Monday, October 18, 2010

Animal Liberation Front Frees Deer Into Forest During Hunting Season

The Animal Liberation Front is not too smart. According to a story in the Seattle Post Intelligencer, the ALF is taking credit for removing a large section of fencing at a deer farm in Molalla, Oregon.

Their intention, said the cowardly vandals', was to allow the deer to escape into the forest surrounding the farm.

The problems are two fold:
  • Farm owner Richard Bentley said there were no deer on the part of the land where the fence was cut, hence no deer were actually freed.

  • Had they been successful, ALF would have released tame deer into the forest during deer hunting season.

If you want to release deer and try to save them, try not to save them during the time of year when other people want to shoot them. Also, make sure there are really deer to be saved.

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