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Its that time when the President gets to pardone here one that I think should be read this.

After twelve years,Collier from Charleston area pleaded guilty to federal charges in the deaths of three bald eagles. Gets to sleep sound tonight.
Here is the story

In 1995 he noticed a large amount of wild turkeys he said  “I got it in my head that if I eliminate some of the coyotes it would give the turkeys a jump-start, on their comback.

While he put out hamburger meat laced with pesticide to kill the coyotes. This was just what he wanted he did kill seven coyotes.  

Now he never realized that the eagles would eat the coyotes and guess what they died too. Along with several other animals.  

He spent no time in jail but the fine was get this $10,000 and had to give up his gun.  

This is a federal Crime it is illegal but I am sure he was not thinking of that on that day.  

He learned soon enough.

This is a long time comming and alot of letter writing. You know in this small towm of about 5,000 people some were not really happy.  

This is one phone call he will always remember from the White House.


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    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Mary Clark wrote Nov 30, 2008
    • I think all of that went way overboard.  AT some point I think we have to use our common sense.  

      We are worried about a ball eagle and we have people being killed..starved wasn’t intentional....good grief.

      Glad he got a pardon...he deserved it.  

      Which Charleston city are referring to?  What state?

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