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Sunday, December 1, 2019

Game Commission Aware of Video of Individuals Assaulting Injured Deer


19 comments :

Anonymous said...

Those two pricks shouldn’t never be allowed to ever hunt, or even be in the woods for that manner.

Anonymous said...

Our whimpy court system will go easy on them I'm afraid. There needs to be public pressure to charge them with felony animal abuse. There was just a federal animal abuse law put in effect. Perfect test case. These sick kids must be held accountable!

Reader101 said...

An "eye for an eye"... Do the same to them!!!

Anonymous said...

They need to be tormented the way they tormented that poor innocent helpless deer ! This is just sick, these kids are cold hearted, disgusting, physco’s ! They should never own a gun nor be allowed a hunting license! Throw the book at their sick, sorry #%%#% !!!

Anonymous said...

The one kids dad is a cop,go figure.

Cass said...

They are young and didn’t know it was wrong (sarcastic voice).

Anonymous said...

They should be court ordered to volunteer at an animal rehab center. Sometimes children arent taught empathy.

Anonymous said...

And the dad (cop) turned in the boys

Anonymous said...

These young men are despicable. Abuse is a learned behavior. Regardless of their remorse, apology or sorry talk, they need to be prosecuted to the full extent the law provides. They truly are sick individuals.

Anonymous said...

I'd love for those 2 to play the deer n I'll play the role of them just 1 time!! Any S.O.B that does such a horrible horrible thing to any helpless animal needs the most severe treatment! If the system goes lightly with this, I think the public should be able to step up n punish these lil bastards or anyone that does such things..my heart goes out to that poor deer..my baby deer is 4 months old and so help me god if anyone were to harm here no court system would be involved that's for sure!!

Anonymous said...

They'll get off with probation.. Just watch and see

Anonymous said...

I hope the State Police become involved. Abuse of animals is a criminal offense and I'm not sure what PA Game Law would be charged in this case. Hopefully, they can be charged as adults due to the deliberate, henious actions the committed.

Denny said...

I agree 100% When I saw the videos my heart just sank and I became so angry at these heartless peices of shit who should not be in society.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, this type of complete disregard and respect for living things is pretty common in our society these days. Blame it on whatever... the fact remains that a good many young people lack basic emotion such as empathy and sympathy. Read a few studies from top universities, social service agencies, the government and even out own state educational system and they all find the same thing. God help us all.

Debi Shepard said...

These dudes need to get some serious help, their minds & hearts are all screwed up, they’re not normal, they assaulted, tormented, tortured a helpless deer, what would stop them from hurting a human being ? their minds are warped & their hearts are waxed cold, Parents open your eyes NOW & get them help ! They need to be prosecuted to the full extent ! & need to be charged as adults.

Anonymous said...

The Game Commission years ago started to make the Hunter Safety Course an online event vice taught in a classroom. We should go back to it being done by instructors in person. It allows more scrutiny in weeding out those who shouldn't have a hunting license. I also think kids get much more out of it. Charge both of them with felony animal abuse, and don't allow it to be plead down. Our courts need to start getting tough on criminals and stop coddling them. Locally its all who ya know. No equal justice we've all seen it.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, in some media, others are making this an anti-hunting issue, claiming hunters in general behave this way. The Game Commission is investigating this action, stating, in one published report, "there is more", as in what happened before and after the video. I suggest the Game Laws address before: was it a legal shot by a licensed hunter using an approved weapon; after: was the animal tagged before removal as provided in the laws. Other than those cases, the abuse actions speak for themselves and are criminal as set forth in the PA Crimes Code. I respectfully suggest the PA Gsme Commission stay in their lane and allow the crime of abuse be investigated by the local or State Police.

Anonymous said...

To me if they could do this to a helpless innocent animal...I guarantee they would have no trouble doing such terrible things to a human being..looks to me "future murderers " in the making which is not good!!!!

Anonymous said...

Agree 6:38 AM & 12:44 PM, these kids need help & what will stop them from hurting a human being ??