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From 22 August 2006 Issue - Introducing Adela
COMPUTER-ASSISTED REMOTE HUNTING
CULMINATION OF RAW CRUELTY!! HELP PLS.!!!
From: [email protected]
Help put an end to the cruel practice of remote-control hunting.
The U.S. House of Representatives is considering a bill that would outlaw remote-control Internet hunting. This senseless and inhumane practice allows individuals to shoot and kill animals through computer-controlled rifles operated from far away.
Internet “hunters” fire at unsuspecting animals by activating the weapons using their home computers. Internet hunting is opposed by animal lovers, humane groups and even traditional hunters, who recognize that Internet hunting violates the principles of honor and “fair chase.”
Click here to learn more about this legislation and about the importance of protecting animals from Internet hunting. Contact your U.S. Representatives and ask them to cosponsor HR 1558.
Go on to CHOOSING THE RIGHT
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