Images From the Blood Sport Capital of the United States

14 Dec

Be proud Wisconsin. This is what is the result of legalized dog fighting/sadism in our woods. Of course the DNR claims that these wolves have “no injuries” from the dogs. You decide.

DNR large carnivore specialist Dave MacFarland says as far as he knows, hunters are following the law. “To our knowledge, there have not been injuries to the dogs or to the wolves from the dogs.”

MacFarland says the successful wolf hunters don’t have to register their kills with a warden until January 5. He says wardens could give hunters a ticket if dog bites or scratches help kill the wolf, but local law enforcement would take the lead if hunters let the dogs and wolves fight.

So hounders get a month to register their wolf kills? Strange. Why do deer hunters have to register right away? Hmmmm.

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Hounder slime


Welcome to Wisconsin! The Blood Sport Capital of the United States and the ONLY state that allows this. Be proud!


Posted by on December 14, 2013 in Hounding, Hunting, Trapping, Wisconsin Insanity, Wolves


27 responses to “Images From the Blood Sport Capital of the United States

  1. william huard

    December 14, 2013 at 11:24 am

    These fake sportsmen make me want to vomit……..Look at the trauma around the head and neck area……Does anyone believe for a minute that these assholes aren’t letting their fleabag mutts to rip at these wolves?????

  2. Michelle Bradbury

    December 14, 2013 at 11:50 am

    I don’t believe it for a minute! F***ing liars, it clear that the wolves were horribly injured by the dogs!

    • Melody Scamman

      December 14, 2013 at 11:40 pm

      Not just the dogs attacked these wolves! The neck injury is consistant with a snare! I believe the wolves were captured in snares, the men poked their eyes out with sticks and the trained their hounds on blind wolves. If I am right, these men are psychopaths. They belong in a prison cell!

      • laina

        December 17, 2013 at 7:50 pm

        God Melody, I think you may be correct. A former trapper perhaps, would know this by looking at these photos. Someone needs to answer for this. Well, sooner or later, one or more of them is going to brag about it and the truth will come out.

  3. Exposing the Big Game

    December 14, 2013 at 1:33 pm

    Reblogged this on Exposing the Big Game.

  4. Rick

    December 14, 2013 at 1:33 pm

    Until people get serious about stopping this it will continue,those pictured are not my american brothers and are terrorists and “I” treatem and their filth as such

  5. Buddy2Blogger

    December 14, 2013 at 1:52 pm

    Reblogged this on Sherlockian's Blog.

    • Diane

      December 14, 2013 at 2:52 pm

      In the event the DNR should decide to uphold the law; the evidence is clearly present these wolves were brutally attacked & savagely ripped by by dogs. The mug shots of the murderers with the dead wolves should give the DNR the identity of the killers with clear cut evidence of their crime. “Book Em”! These poor beautiful animals must have suffered horrobly.

  6. Sherrill

    December 14, 2013 at 2:38 pm

    Man at his worst! Unbelievable that they appear proud of this.Sick idiots!

  7. melindash

    December 14, 2013 at 2:43 pm

    These people are monsters…

  8. melindash

    December 14, 2013 at 2:44 pm

    These people are monsters, in no way human…don’t ever let them fool you.

  9. M J

    December 14, 2013 at 5:42 pm

    Seeing this makes me horribly sad. Wolves kill to survive. Man kills for the sake of killing. The dogs are just doing what their masters tell them to.

  10. Steve O.

    December 14, 2013 at 7:41 pm

    This is a very sad state of affairs for humanity. It is apparent in these grainy photos that their is injury to the wolves’ legs. What is the state of Wisconsin thinking to allow this atrocity???

  11. Steve O.

    December 14, 2013 at 7:43 pm

    oops! “their” should be “there”

  12. Oliver Starr (@wolfwlkr)

    December 16, 2013 at 6:01 am

    Why is it that if I let my dogs chase wildlife on public land I may not only be cited but my dogs could even be shot by a ranger but if I call it “hounding” it’s not only legal but encouraged?

    Isn’t it time the double standard for hunters is stopped?

    • Melody Scamman

      December 16, 2013 at 12:14 pm

      Good point, Oliver! But these DNR nuckle-draggers really only listen to lobophobia and wolf-hating ignorant sportsmen. The answer is to de-list the far right-wing politicians and any democrats who support de-listing. Obama doesn’t give a rat’s ass about wolves or any other creatures and he already has power and position and can’t run again. But his numbers are in the toilet. The only way I can see to get him to be pro wolf is what he does care about, his own legacy. And what his kids think of him? As far as legacy goes, the numbers are there, at least 3/4 of public surveyed wants wolves to be saved from delisting! Not many issues in this country can a person find that kind of pro numbers to latch onto. He can fix this mistake of delisting if he sees why it is a win-win for him, being forgiven for letting the congressional budget bill rider by without a veto. His people were asleep at the wheel on wolves. Probably still are? Let’s wake them up! 🙂 Everyone call the WH. USFWS and Interior dept. Flood the phone lines! Friends don’t let friends go uninformed today. Let’s work the phonelines for Brother and Sister Wolf!
      If somebody has the numbers handy, please post ASAP. I am on a broken old tablet, it will take precious time to look them up. Phone numbers and survey numbers.

  13. Alison Short

    December 16, 2013 at 10:25 am

    This is one bunch of SICK BASTARDS. I would love to hunt them and do to them what they do to the innocent animals they kill.

  14. Melody Scamman

    December 16, 2013 at 12:32 pm

    This photo is exactly why we can no longer compromise. Hunting does NOT release pressure on the wolf isue any more than letting child molesters rape just a few kids. It is a violent act. Just like rape, it is dominence over an innocent victim. It is not a sport. And also, any runaway hounds will have to be put down or live their lives out in a tall enclosure because they are trained to chase and attack their victim. It is legalized dog fighting for a tiny percentage of psychos. This is not representational government, it is facism!

  15. Renee Keating

    December 16, 2013 at 3:58 pm

    These men sicken me how can they do something so horrendous to such beautiful creatures

  16. Jennifer Mathias

    December 16, 2013 at 4:57 pm

    This is the state I unfortunately live in. I can’t stand the mentality of these idiots. Let’s give the wolves a gun back and have them showing how these varmits heads look in their paws. Now that’s a fair fight if the wolf has a gun back.

  17. Marisa Kennedy

    December 16, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    God is crying at this travesty.

  18. sierra

    December 18, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    Need to keep a note of these fools, turn them in federally for dogfighting. Don’t stop and listen to Hijack’ed Koch Owned Walker Wisconsin and His Bear hunting DNR. It is ILLEGAL to DOGFIGHT in the USA and people attending graphic gambling assisted animal cruelty sports need to be prosecuted fully. Take it federal.

  19. laina

    December 18, 2013 at 4:18 pm

    I wrote and called the DNR today.

  20. Nils Anders Lunde

    December 19, 2013 at 6:51 am

    Small and unbrave people with guns………

    • Diane

      December 27, 2013 at 9:06 am

      The DNR announced today WI wolf/trapping season is over with 6 wolves killed above the quota. 257 lives lost in 2013 & 116 lives lost in 2012 of those reported. 373 lives lost in 2 years in a state with only 800 wolves. I just don’t inderstand how WI could have let this happen. The wolves were not only murdered by being shot, but tortured with traps & run down with packs of dogs. I am very ashamed of the state I live in. Certainly there always has been & always will be those human beings who are devoid of any conscience or moral standards, but one who think those who enforce & make laws should protect the environment & society from these people. Instead WI encourages the most barbaric behavior imaginable, flaunts those who engage in cruel behavior & taunts those of us who question this backwoods psyche as a “normal” mindset.

  21. Melody Scamman

    December 27, 2013 at 12:48 pm

    @Diane, these people are psychopathic serial killers who have found they can vent their urges on animals and get away with it! This personality type often crosses over to human victims. They have no conscience, no empathy, although some have studied normal humans so they can mimic empathy. There is no doubt in my mind that they poked the eyes out of those poor wolves so the wolves couldn’t see the hounds. The neck injuries are consistant with a snare. These wolves should be examined by a vet trained in forensic investigations. I have read that it is not unusual for severely abused pets and wildlife to also be raped. Vets are trained in spotting this. It is an act of violence and control, as is poking the eyes out of wolves so they are unable to see the hounds attacking them. There is no cure for psychopathy. They will never have a moral compass by which to control their behavior. They will always be dangerous murders.
    Wisconsin voters have to decide if they want politicians that enable psychopathic serial killers of animals!
    Any residents of Wisconsin who want to press this issue should make 8×10 prints of the hounded wolves and get the necessary and willing experts to write testimonial letters to the US Atty. General, and the IG who oversees criminal hunting violations. Also contact your state reps and have a congressional letter of interest attached to any letters you write. Request a cease and desist order issued, permanently to wolf hounding in Wisconsin and for the Federal Government to resume protection of wolves there. I am not a lawyer and this is all new ground. You will need to contact a reputable organization suçh as Defenders of Wild life, Sierra Club or Center for Biological diversity and see if you can borrow a lawyer to draft letters properly and in order for you. Or call Ralph Nader’s office, they are usually helpful. Do it right the first time so hopefully there will be no more wolf hounding, maybe even end wolf hunting and trapping? Bring the Tribes in with your cause. Good Luck!

  22. Christine

    January 2, 2014 at 2:44 pm

    I am feeling ill after seeing these terrible and heart wrenching pictures, reading the article and comments. I am embarrassed to say that I live in Wisconsin. But I will do what I can to help protect God’s creatures that can’t defend themselves.


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