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Posted by AkHunter45 on Apr 19 2006
I've always been a long time believer that native folks should have the right to kill game whenever but only "if" they need it to survive, otherwise they can follow the rules like the rest of us. I also use to believe that natives of North America cherished it's game animals and would utilize every part when they killed something, but that doesn't appear to be the case anymore. It's hard to believe that the oldtimers haven't passed down the tradition to the younger hunters of their villages. These young men never should have shot these bears and to have done it in a park, well, they deserve to have the book thrown at them. Like someone else posted earlier, if they were white or non-native they would be paying some hefty fines and doing some time in the pokey.

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