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From Tense to Terror

October 27, 2011
By U.S. Sportsman's Alliance
COLUMBUS, OH — While the recent release of 50 or more wild animals from cages, and the death of the owner, in southeast Ohio created tense moments for the local community, soon the real terror began. As TV stations scrambled to get quotes from the Humane Society of the US and PETA, threats began pouring in from animal rights activists. Among those threatened were TV personality Jack Hanna, the Muskingum County Ohio Sheriff’s department, and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Those threats clearly show a lack of respect for public safety, and just how radical animal rights activists and terrorists have become.

Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz made public comments about threats made to his department and deputies. Columbus Zoo personnel also commented about specific threats. Then, Jack Hanna spoke about threats to him—and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium where he is director emeritus.

“I can assure these people who are making threats against me and the zoo that if you want to come on over, we have security that will be ready to deal with you,” said Hanna in a distressed voice.

No specific names of those making the threats have been released or available by any department or the zoo. Numerous websites ran comments from across the nation on the incident, and several statements showed that this situation clearly rubbed some nerves.

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Those threats clearly show a lack of respect for public safety, and just how radical animal rights activists and terrorists have become.

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