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How Police Became A Standing Army

by on Jan 07, 2014

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On July 15, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) sent 13 law-enforcement officers ...

On July 15, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) sent 13 law-enforcement officers
to execute a paramilitary raid on a no-kill animal shelter in Kenosha. The crime? The shelter was
harboring a fawn that had been abandoned by its mother and named Giggles by shelter volunteers. The
shelter intended to turn the animal over to a wildlife reserve the next day, but that was not good enough
for the DNR. Wisconsin law forbids the possession of wildlife, so DNR sent the heavily armed team to
capture and euthanize Giggles.

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