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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by jg1967 View Post
    Pretty sure the deer refused to make a statement on the issue.
    It's good to see that deer are aware of their Fifth Amendment rights.

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    Could just be roadkill, dispatched by someone who may also cut off a few chunks. Happens all the time, doesn't mean the deer was jacked.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by cmhbob:231678
    And does North Carolina regularly necropsy every dead animal on the side of the road? Are they that flush with cash that they can take the time to examine every dead animal and look for conclusive entry and/or exit wounds?
    It does not take much effort to look for a bullet hole ;-) The road cleanup crew probably does a quick scan while they are picking it up.

    I'm not sure why they would make the the effort to bring it to the road. Why not leave it in the woods?

    I agree with Tuckersmom, this is disgusting. I have no problem with hunting, but you need to do it correctly.

    I would gun hunting in a heartbeat, if I could hand the job over to someone else once the deer was down.

  5. Sounds like a anti- hunting rant to me.. If a person is too lazy or cheap to have a deer butchered which is nonsense by the way, why would they drag it to the road? I could see one being shot and run off to die, but still not on the road.. Local poachers or drunks shootin em up most likely..Not hunters.. Liberal media does this all the time..It is no mistake....Sad..

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    Most likely poachers not hunters.

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