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SECRETARY CATHY STEPP WOULDN'T TALK ON CAMERA, BUT ISSUED A WRITTEN STATEMENT, SAYING WARDENS DID REQUEST VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE FROM THE FACILITY. WHEN THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN, OUR STAFF TOOK PRECAUTIONS TO KEEP EVERYONE SAFE AS THEY EXECUTED THE REQUIRED SEARCH Nike Lebron Earned 23
following proper procedures in dealing with them.
"I've never seen anything travel like this, this fast. It's everywhere," Schultz said.
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THE Nike Zoom Elite 4 WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES IS GETTING DEATH THREATS. THAT'S AFTER A D N R RAID LED TO THE DEATH OF A BABY DEER BEING HELD AT KENOSHA COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER. THAT RAID WAS FIRST REPORTED IN A 12 NEWS INVESTIGATION EARLIER THIS WEEK. AND AS KENT WAINSCOTT TELLS US, IT HAS TRIGGERED A MASSIVE RESPONSE. RAY SCHULZE/SHELTER EMPLOYEE IT WAS LIKE A SWAT TEAM THAT'S HOW RAY SCHULZE DESCRIBED THE SCENE WHEN MORE THAN A DOZEN ARMED OFFICERS ROLLED INTO THIS KENOSHA COUNTY SHELTER LAST MONTH WITH A SEARCH WARRANT. THE GOAL TO SEIZE A FAWN THE STAFF HAD NAME GIGGLES. THE REASON BECAUSE IT'S ILLEGAL TO KEEP WHITE TAIL DEER IN CAPTIVITY. RAY SCHULZE/SHELTER EMPLOYEE AND HERE THEY COME CARRYING THE BABY DEER OVER THEIR SHOULDER LIKE A BAG OF . RAY SCHULZE/SHELTER EMPLOYEE SHE WAS IN A BODY BAG CINDY SCHULTZ / SHELTER PRESIDENT IT WAS CLEARLY TO SEND A MESSAGE THAT, DON'T YOU DARE MESS WITH THE DNR. SHELTER PRESIDENT CINDY SCHULTZ SAYS THAT IN THE HOURS FOLLOWING THAT 12 NEWS INVESTIGATION, THE RESPONSE WAS OVERWHELMING SHE'S FIELDING CALLS FROM ANIMAL ACTIVISTS AND REPORTERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. CINDY SCHULTZ / SHELTER PRESIDENT I'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING TRAVEL LIKE THIS, THIS FAST. IT'S EVERYWHERE. A DNR SPOKESMAN TELLS 12 NEWS THE DEPARTMENT HAS ALSO BEEN INUNDATED WITH COMPLAINTS AND COMMENTS AND HAS EVEN RECEIVED DEATH THREATS. Nike Lebron Soldier 9 Colorways
DNR gets death threats after report of baby deer death
DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp issued a written statement saying, "Wardens did request voluntary compliance from the facility. When that didn't happen, our staff took precautions to keep everyone safe as they executed the required search warrant."
Schultz said that in the hours following the WISN 12 News investigation, the response was overwhelming. She is fielding calls from animal activists and reporters across the country.
"I think it's going to be a fight right down to the end," Schultz said.
Meanwhile, Schultz said she may sue over the raid on her shelter.
WARRANT. SCHULTZ MEANWHILE, SAYS SHE MAY SUE OVER THE RAID ON HER SHELTER. CINDY SCHULTZ / SHELTER PRESIDENT I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE A FIGHT RIGHT DOWN TO THE END. THE D N R HAS POSTED THE SECRETARY'S FULL RESPONSE AND DESCRIPTION OF THE LAWS SURROUNDING DEER HELD IN CAPTIVITY ON ITS FACEBOOK PAGE. THE RESPONSE HAS ALSO BEEN OVERWHELMING ON OUR 12 NEWS WEBSITE AND FACEBOOK PAGE. THOUSANDS OF COMMENTS MORE THAN A QUARTER MILLION PAGE VIEWS FROM 129 COUNTRIES JUST IN THE FIRST 24 HOURS. AND DO WE KNOW ANY MORE ABOUT THE DEATH THREATS? THE D N R WILL ONLY SAY IT'S FOLLOWING PROPER PROCEDURES IN DEALING WITH THEM. WE HAVE LEARNED THAT THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE HAS NOT BEEN ASKED TO INVESTIGATE ANY THREATS. A WEEKEND OF
A DNR spokesman told WISN 12 News the department has also been inundated with complaints and comments and has even received death threats.
WISN 12 News learned that the state Department of Justice has not been asked to investigate any threats.
The DNR has posted the secretary's full response and description of the laws surrounding deer held in captivity on its Facebook page.
As far as the death threats, the DNR would only say it's Nike Kyrie 2 Effect For Sale
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