August 10, 2022

State police suspend investigation into ‘suspicious’ Wallowa County deaths of 2 wolves

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*Editor’s Note* – This modus operendi closely resembles what I have seen in North Carolina with red wolves. When evidence doesn’t fit the crime sought after, strange things happen. Perhaps we can get a sense of something not quite being right when we take a look at what appears in the linked-to article below.

Readers are first told that,”because of the advanced decay of the animals’ remains” officials were unable to determine what killed the wolves. And yet, the state police says that, “likely there were witnesses to the CRIME.” What’s the crime? Couldn’t the police have more accurately said that likely there may have been people in the area who could give us some better information as to what they might have seen regarding the two dead wolves? These are dead, wild animals – an event that is common in the wild.

The report says “evidence points toward humans being in the area” when the wolves died. So! This was public land. Are humans not permitted in the area?

If an illegal killing of wolves by humans took place, then gather the evidence and make the charge against them. But crap like this only serves to make people suspicious of the actions of government officials eager to create the evidence to wrongly accuse someone who was in the area at the time.

And they wonder why people are distrustful of government.

A veterinarian who conducted necropsies on the carcasses of two wolves found dead in late August in Wallowa County was unable to determine how they died, state police officials said Wednesday.

Lt. Bill Fugate, a state police spokesman, said the carcasses were found on public land north of Enterprise. It’s likely there were witnesses to the crime, he said. (emboldening added)

Source: State police suspend investigation into ‘suspicious’ Wallowa County deaths of 2 wolves |