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Aug 25 2011

Feds Come Down on Father for Defending His Kids From Grizzly

A government as overbearing and depraved as our own does not have the consent of the governed. For example, Jeremy Hill of Porthill, Idaho stands charged in federal court of killing a grizzly bear to protect his children. His peers are hardly taking the government’s side.

The most dangerous kind of grizzly — a mother with its cubs — invaded the property where Hill is raising six children. They attacked pigs kept in a pen. Hill sensibly shot one of the bears, scaring the others off.

Then he did something foolish: instead of adhering to the three S’s (shoot, shovel, shut up), he informed the antihuman moonbat authorities, who have charged him with a federal crime, the Tenth Amendment having been discarded.

So many of Hill’s supporters packed the courtroom at his arraignment that they had to move the hearing to a larger room. About $20,000 has been raised locally for his defense from the federal leviathan.

If found guilty of putting his children’s safety before the well-being of the bears, Hill could face a year in prison, a $50,000 fine, and a year of “supervised release.”

Do our rulers expect that the next time Hill’s children are menaced by a bear, instead of defending them he will call up Washington and ask them to send out a bureaucrat?

No one could be expected to obey the laws we are forced to live under by our liberal overlords. In a tyranny, the law has no meaning. Government does not represent us, but is merely a threat we need to defend ourselves against, like bears.

If it threatens your kids, shoot it and deal with the government later.

On tips from AC and lonelypatriot.

28 Responses to “Feds Come Down on Father for Defending His Kids From Grizzly”

  1. StanInTexas says:

    If found guilty of putting his children’s safety before the well-being of the bears, Hill could face a year in prison, a $50,000 fine, and a year of “supervised release.”

    He will also lose his 2nd Amendment rights; making him and his children more likey to be victims of predatory animals, both the 2-legged and 4-legged varieties.

    Have we reached the point where an animal is more important than a human?

  2. Mats says:

    “Morocco Blocking Integration of Muslim Immigrants in Spain”
    La reconquista.

  3. Hedgehog says:

    According to moonbat thinking, it is the bear’s natural habitat and humans have no business being there in the first place. Shooting a bear is not sustainable. Eliminating a few humans who interfere with the bears right to its habitat is sustainable, as we shall find out in due course as they impose Agenda 21 on the United States. Russia? China? Not so much.

  4. Spider says:

    Every living thing on this planet has a God-given right to defend itself. When the Left threatens that right, as in this case, it’s time to buy more ammo. And use it!

  5. Dr. 9 says:

    “To the modern Democratic National Committee and the radical witch who heads it, the mainstream media and other “progressive” outfits such as the American Civil Liberties Union and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the words “patriot” and “patriotism” have become synonymous with “right-wing extremism.” It’s little wonder why. Context is everything. When your point of view originates from so far out in the leftosphere that it takes the Hubble Space Telescope to spot the center of our political universe, Mom, God and apple pie tend to look like fiery comets hurling toward your bugged-out, bohemian planetoid…”
    –- Matt Barber

  6. dan says:

    if I were them,I’d stop worrying about lone wolves and start worrying about us grizzlies…I hear that liberal progressives taste just like chicken,lol’s.

  7. Alan says:

    I think if you’re guilty of raising farm animals while committing an act of ursacide, you’re going away for a long time.

  8. oferphuxake says:

    This is UK-style moonbattery beginning to assert itself. There, you aren’t to defend yourself or your property against assaults from humans.

  9. oferphuxake says:

    LOL @ “ursacide” – well done, sir.

  10. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    A little thought exercise for ya,
    Say someone backed a cattle trailer up to the front doors of these bureauweenies offices, and unloaded a live Grizzly.
    Can we expect those same boneheads to willingly sacrifice themselves for gaia ?

  11. StanInTexas says:

    Ghost I had a simial thought.

    Put the Bureaucrats in a sealed room. On the table is a note, which reads:

    “In the box under this table, there is a high-powered rifle and 5 rounds of ammunition. Also in the box are two grizzly bear cubs. In 3 minutes, the mother of those cubs will be put into the room with you. Take whatever action you feel is appropriate. Be prepared to justify your actions.”

    Problem solved.

  12. Had it up to here :/ says:

    @ Ghost

    Nah, they’d call the cops and make them shoot it. Then prosecute the cop.

  13. Brian_Boru says:

    Surprisingly, the Feds stopped short of killing his wife and children this time. They’re probably doctoring photos and buying witnesses right this very minute.

  14. ThatDorkEricDraven says:

    Grizzly dick.
    I wish.
    Mamma Grizzly?
    I can only fantasize.

  15. JamesJ says:

    Shoot, shovel. shut up

  16. Dr. Dave says:

    “Apparently the strain was more than he could bear”

    – Val Kilmer in Tombstone

  17. Jimbo says:

    If Idaho is like Alaska, they probably have a state law that allows one to destroy any animal (wild or otherwise) that is directly threatening life or property.

    It would be interesting to know if the feds are tromping on State’s Rights (again).

  18. koalakat says:

    I live in North Idaho, south of Porthill, and I also own a farm. We have great laws in Idaho when it comes to protecting our personal property from threatening animals, but this is clearly a case of federal interference via the Endangered Species Act.

    I grew up in a logging camp in the Wrangell-St. Elias wilderness on the Alaskan coast, and I spent a LOT of time with grizzlies and black bears. The ignorant drivel that a lot of people are spouting about this story makes me crazy!

    “They should have called the authorities.”

    This is my favorite. If I call the sheriff it’s a good 45 minutes to an hour before anyone would get here, Fish and Game would take even longer. In our logging camp we had a black bear carcass hanging in the tire shop, and two grizzlies ran through the wall, ripped the carcass off of a chained hoist, and proceeded to run out the other wall. My point being, if a bear wants something, they are going to take it.

    I have been chased by bears, hit one in the butt with my front door, sprayed a 1200lb mama grizz in the face with hairspray because she popped up in my window and scared the crap out of me. I also never had to dispatch a bear with my 12 gauge that I was required to carry every where, but I would have in a second. They are not cuddly animals.

    The most appalling thing about this story for me is that we have a government that cannot see the common sense difference between protection and poaching!

  19. Hail The Amberlamps! says:

    Idaho? Feds loving framing and killing individualists (whitey) in Idaho, especially children and unarmed women holding babies.

    Will be following this story to see if reason prevails in the courts or if the NW patriot community finally finds its bollocks barring if not.

  20. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Better yet a room with TWO Grizzly’s and give the bureauweenie a pistol with ONE shot. Then tell him to take the appropriate action that will lead to the least amount of suffering for all parties involved.

  21. StanInTexas says:


    In that case, the results would be: 2 very satisfied grizzly bears and 1 unfired pistol.

    They would be too cowardly to shoot either the bears or themselves, and would still be forming the exploritory committee when the bears started eating them.

  22. Penny says:

    I made the mistake of reading through some of the comments in that article you linked to.

    Most of them were sane, but a few…

    “there are far less grizzlies in the world than humans. if this bear killed and ate mr. hill, there would still be close to 7 billion humans. Our species need to be controlled as well.”

    That’s gotta be trolling, right? I mean, nobody can seriously think that way, right?

    Who am I kidding? Of course they can. I really don’t know why Prog extremism still occasionally surprises me.

  23. Conan says:

    The three S’s go along for the Feds that overstep their bounds.


    They tried to do the same toa ranchera few years back the rancher shot a grizzlybear that attacked him they wanted him to pay a $4000 fine over this Frankly those eco-wackos who run the U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE need to step betweena she bear and her cubs and see the reaction theyll get and unlike in that stupid french movie THE BEAR a male bear will kill the cubs Time to disband the U.S. FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE

  25. Fred C. Dobbs says:

    SPURWING PLOVER says: August 25, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    The same thing happened when I lived in Wyoming about twenty years ago. In that case though, a father and son were out elk hunting about 80 miles out in the mountains near Cody when a griz attacked the father. The son had been about fifty yards back and ran up, pulled out a .44 and blew the bear’s brains out. The father just barely survived as the bear ate off half his face and one arm. Then the moonbats at fish and wildlife tried to fine the son for shooting a bear without a license. He told them to get bent. Nothing ever came of it as far as I know. Of course, the times, they be changing, and not for the better in a lot of cases.

  26. Joek Loth says:

    LIEBERALS ARE Sooooo Fuuuuuccckkkking Stooooopid!!!


  27. Mary De Voe says:

    The bear was on Hill’s property tresspassing and because Hill’s property pays taxes and is registered with the county, the state must defend Hill’s property rights.

  28. Mary De Voe says:

    Gaia has high priests and priestesses and mankind is a parasite on the skin of Gaia. Congress shall make no law concerning an establishment of religion unless it is politically correct. The bear is not a person and does not enjoy citizenship. The politicians who passed the law ought to have been on Hill’s property protecting the bear and ought to be sued for criminal neglect by the ASPCA.

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