GRAPHIC VIDEO: Help Find These DISGUSTING Deer Poachers

It’s scumbags like this that give hunters a bad name. Let’s take out the trash.

Do you recognize any of these weasels? If so… Make ’em famous!

Law enforcement would LOVE to meet them!

Caution: the morons in this footage are giggling their way through the lingering death and intentional wounding of a half-dead deer.

They don’t have the decency to even want a clean kill.

At the 4:55 mark, the cameraman calls out to the human slug so he can mug for the camera. If you can make out his name, feel free to drop it into the comments.

Here is the official press release.

Let’s take care of business:

Jan. 5, 2017

Contact: Robert Timian, chief game warden, 701-328- 6604

Game and Fish Looking for Info on Apparent Deer Poaching Incident

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is seeking information through the Report All Poachers hotline on an apparent deer poaching that occurred this past fall near the ND Highway 1806 bridge over the Cannonball River in Morton County.

Chief Game Warden Robert Timian said Game and Fish obtained a video of the incident recently, and is releasing it to the public and media in an effort to get more information on this event, and to try to identify the individuals involved in an apparent illegal killing of a whitetail buck. The video is available for viewing and download on the Game and Fish Department’s YouTube channel.

Based on current information, Timian says the incident took place during the fall of 2016, likely on the north side of the Cannonball River west of the ND Highway 1806 bridge over the Cannonball, in the vicinity of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camps.

This raw, unedited video is approximately 7 minutes long and shows several individuals entering the river to retrieve a whitetail buck that was struggling in the river, and dragging it to shore where the deer was killed.

Anyone with information on the possible identity of any individual in this video, or any other information, is urged to call the Report All Poachers hotline at 800-472- 2121; contact the Game and Fish enforcement division directly at 701-328- 6604; or email swinkelman@nd.gov. RAP calls are anonymous, and can lead to rewards for information that leads to convictions.
This video, which was shot this past fall in Morton County, was obtained by Chief Game Warden Robert Timian. He believes the incident happened on the north side of the Cannonball River and west of ND Highway 1806 bridge.

If you have any information about this incident, or can identify any of the individuals from the video, please contact authorities immediately.

Share if it DISGUSTS you that bastards like this ruin a hunter’s good reputation.

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