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LA Times Article of[masked]: Re: Coyote Attacks

From: Dave
Sent on: Friday, May 9, 2008 12:10 AM
Dear David,
I was saddened beyond belief by the over-reaction of local officials. The coyote's are just doing what they do: looking for a meal-which is what a small child represents.
Do you have a way to contact Harry Morse and his out of control blood thirsty cohorts ?
So coyotes have to suffer at the hands of humans once again because they are acting on their natural survival instincts ?

Perhaps these near retarded parents should keep a better eye on their kids.
The biggest threat to all and any life is humans not coyotes.
Once again innocent animals are dying because of the misguided murderers at the California Dept. of Fish and Game. Life is not free of risks; I'd rather take my risks in the wild than in the ghetto or big city.
Coyotes play an important part of the quality of life not to mention the food chain and web of life. Killing them just disrupts the natural way.
Man is a cancer on this planet.
I just saw a coyote in a back yard in Studio City Friday and it was one of the most thrilling experiences of my life. If the murderers at the Dept of Fish and Maim had their was this would have never had had a chance to happen.
Thanks for bringing these sad injustices to light.
A better name for these killers should be, "The California Department of Fish and Maim".
I will be organizing protests and letter writing campaigns with my highly placed friends in the entertainment industry to stop these brutal slayings.
"Throw the bums out !!".
David Pearl

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