“Legal” Crimes


Photo by Angelina L

Angelina called us to ask what she could do to report a “crime.”  She told us that she had been watching a little bear cub who lived near her home.  She and her mother had enjoyed watching the little cub grow up.  The bears didn’t mind her car as she watched them for long periods of time. 

The day after “bow season” started, the mother wasn’t there, and Angelina felt that “something” had happened.  Then she didn’t see the cub who had become a precious part of her world.  On the way to the store that morning, her heart jumped when she saw him—stretched into a rug outside a neighbor’s shed.  Yes, it was a crime we told her — but it is legal.

THEIR LIVES ARE WORTH NOTHING TO HUNTERS,

MILLIONS TO WILDLIFE AGENCIES,

BILLIONS TO THE WEAPONS INDUSTRY,

BUT THEY’RE PRICELESS TO US!

C.A.S.H. NEEDS YOUR HELP TO STOP THIS!

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Committee to Abolish Sport Hunting / C.A.S.H.
P.O. Box 562
New Paltz, NY 12561
845/256-1400