Federal judge blasts Fish and Wildlife Service, says endangered wolves cannot be shot

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*Staff Note* – It should be pointed out that two wrongs do not make a right. Evidently, this judge has no real knowledge of the Endangered Species Act that makes the act of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service a crime for introducing a quasi-wild hybrid dog onto private land in North Carolina. This event should never have happened in the first place, and now a federal judge has ruled to protect an invasive species.

In a scathing court decision Monday, a federal judge in North Carolina ripped the Interior Department’s management of the last red wolf population in the wild, saying that an agency sworn to uphold a congressional mandate to preserve the animals violated it over and over, and even gave private landowners the right to shoot them.<<<Read More>>