posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 02:59 PM
this has really been bothering me since i saw it last night. too many "weird" involved/ a "swat team" like raid over a "wild" deer in captivity.
areal surveillance photos involved as well? to put it mildly my sens of smell is picking up some sort of odor with this.
in a situation of "Captured" wildlife, would it not be animal control or natural resources officers that would deal with it? normally would it not
just be a couple officers showing up to deal with it, and ONLY if there is some sort of problem getting things like "warrants" and other officers
involved? then "areal photos" were used? which means either a satellite was tasked ($$$), or the use of airplane or even drone ($$$), seems rather
expensive overkill for a FAWN doesn't it? and to top it off a "swat team" like raid, and taking a private cellphone and deleting the pictures on
it. killing said fawn due to the possibility
it 'could" have a disease? makes on rather suspect there is A LOT MORE to the story than we are
being told. seriously that is a LOT of RESOURCES and EXPENDITURES and PLANING involved all for the "dealing" with an improperly "captured and
kept" "wild animal".
it really made me think. a couple possibilities come to mind. did the KNOW
the fawn had some sort of disease, because THEY themselves GAVE it
to the fawn? in other words either an escaped "test animal" or even one that had been released into the wild as a disease carrier for whatever
reason (insert nefarious purpose here).
could this "fawn" have been genetically modified
, "surgically altered" or some sort of "clone" that either had escaped or was released
into the wild? i recall reading somewhere that it was named "chuckles" due to a peculiar sound it made that was abnormal (can't find where i read
those are the only type of reasons i can see for the expenses involved or the way the situation was handled. something is definitely not right with
then they also took a "canada goose"? why would they do that? that almost sounds like an afterthought as is to "prove" they were "removing
animals that were improperly in captivity". seriously those dammed geese settle wherever they feel like it. unless it was chained down or had it's
wings clipped or something, you can't say it was "captured". we had one that was nesting in a mall parking lot, plus all sorts of others in
"industrial areas" due to being far overpopulated. heck most people in Toronto would almost PAY people to take and keep those annoying, vicious,
crapping everywhere birds. so it makes no sense that it was also taken except as part of a "cover story".