Michigan Hunter files Petition to Supreme Court

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RE: Michigan Hunter files Petition to Supreme Court

Postby jci63 » Thu Nov 06, 2008 8:44 am

Please help get this situation exposed.
 
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RE: Michigan Hunter files Petition to Supreme Court

Postby jci63 » Fri Nov 07, 2008 2:30 am

[b]A wild deer is owned by the State, until it is killed and tagged, then it owned by the hunter, if taken legally![/b]
 
This is why people should not have pet deer............
 
Pet Deer Attacks And Kills Owner
 

November 14, 2006

A man living in up-state New York was killed when his pet deer attacked him.

Ronald Donah, 43 was found by police on Sunday and later died after being taken to CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh, NY.

Police did not release details of Donah's injuries or what may have prompted the attack.

Police did say that deer attacks in the wild are very rare.
The buck that killed his Donah was penned up with six other deer the man kept as pets on his property near the city of Albany. Although Donah had a license to keep the animals, police did not know why he kept them.
 
http://www.wayodd.com/pet-deer-attacks-and-kills-owner/v/5744/

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RE: Michigan Hunter files Petition to Supreme Court

Postby jci63 » Tue Nov 11, 2008 2:07 am

Thank You
 
I have recevied an overwhelming amount of cards in support of this situation.

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