9/9: THE SCUM HAS SURFACED:
(it’s only a matter of time…)
Minnesota dentist who killed Cecil the Lion finishes first day back at work after six weeks of protests and death threats…
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7/31: LION KILLING SCUM WALLY PALMER
“(CNN)— Dr. Walter Palmer is nowhere to be found.
The Minnesota dentist has gone underground in the onslaught of criticism after he killed a prized African lion named Cecil.
It probably shouldn’t come as a surprise; an angry horde of Cecil supporters is calling for his head to be mounted on a wall.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is investigating the circumstances surrounding the lion’s killing.
“At this point in time, however, multiple efforts to contact Dr. Walter Palmer have been unsuccessful. We ask that Dr. Palmer or his representative contact us immediately,” said Edward Grace, the service’s deputy chief of law enforcement.”
THE HUNTER BECOMES THE HUNTED:
WALT PALMER > DEAD MAN WALKING
Cecil the lion’s killer – Walter Palmer – in hiding as global anger reaches Minnesota hometown. Protests in Minnesota hometown of Walter Palmer, as hunter who paid $55,000 to kill treasured lion in Zimbabwe was nowhere to be seen at his home or surgery.
7/31: U.S. officials can’t find Cecil the lion’s killer
as Zimbabwe calls for his extradition
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants to talk to Walter Palmer. But it can’t find him.
Investigators for the service have knocked on the front door of Palmer’s house, stopped by his dental office, called his telephone numbers and filled his inbox with e-mails. Palmer, a hunting enthusiast who illegally killed a rare African lion in Zimbabwe early this month, couldn’t be lured out of hiding.
“I’m sure he knows” the government is looking for him, Ed Grace, chief of law enforcement for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, told The Washington Post on Thursday. “We’ve made repeated attempts to try and get in contact with him.”
If and when he’s found, government officials in Zimbabwe want the United States to extradite Palmer.
“We are appealing to the responsible authorities for his extradition to Zimbabwe so that he can be held accountable for his illegal action,” Zimbabwe’s environment minister Oppah Muchinguri said at a news conference on Friday, according to Reuters.
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