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Harassment by Hunters Documented:
Emotional Stress, Physical Injury, and Property Damage Inflicted Upon Innocent People by Those Who Hunt, Fish, and Trap

Trespassing Hunters

In the 9/22/05 issue of The Citizens’ Voice, Stan Sowa, Outdoor writer, cited the case of the hunter who killed six other hunters in Wisconsin because they threatened him for trespassing. He suggests that hunters use caution in the woods.

The author also describes hunters, armed men, becoming confrontational and pointing their weapons at other individuals. C.A.S.H. also has recently heard of a hiker who was confronted at gunpoint by hunters who actually shot at her! She was wearing blaze orange as she hiked in the woods. She said that she made noise because she wanted them to know she was there so they wouldn’t shoot. They knew she was there – but they didn’t like it and they shot anyway!!!!

 

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