Skip to comments.Man tells deputies he shot 2 deer because he's out of work, needed food
Posted on 05/22/2012 5:43:52 AM PDT by denniswEdited on 05/22/2012 5:49:33 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
A Collier County man accused of shooting two doe deer says he needed to feed his family.
The Naples Daily News reports Castillo told deputies he shot the deer because he was unemployed and needed food to feed his family. He said he was on his way home from dog hunting with his son when he spotted two deer running across the road. Castillo said he got out of his car and shot them.
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Dog hunting!! That’s horrible, they probably don’t taste anywhere near as good as venison.
people not driving around as much in this Kenyan style economy but not to worry...Soon in California and other states they will have spanking new high speed trains to commute to their non-existent jobs
Tastes like chicken.
That’s the first thing I thought!
Have they a shortage of deer in Florida? The poor man could probably bag about 5 in my front yard-——
Trespassing by projectile?
That's a new one on me!
HG—that’s terrible! (but I sure laughed out loud before I caught myself——)
Shooting into private property where you shouldn’t — that COULD be dangerous. But the way it reads sounds like something out of Alice in Wonderlands.
That is just wrong, but I admit, I laughed too.
The penalty for a serf hunting on the Kings land is death.
My dad, who grew up in the depression and lived on a farm, said some people ate the bark off the trees (those not on a farm). He never saw a deer during the Depression—and still 3 million starved to death during this time.
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Have had as many as five deer in backyard (off and on) for over two years. I look at this as God saying, if worse comes to worse, the meat is provided. Have not pulled the trigger. Has been tempting. Have walked within twenty feet of several grazing.
G. Gordon Liddy used to talk about this often on his radio show. His first FBI posting was in rural upstate New York where there were lots of people so poor they relied on poaching to feed their families. Back then the authorities apparently had the good sense to look the other way.
If I’d been one of those cops, it would have been “I don’t see nuthin’; Git along and have a nice day.”
Well who hasn’t had thit cho?
During the Great Depression, many ate what was available.
In the corn regions, many developed a condition called corn poisoning. They ate so much corn, because it was plentiful for them, that they got sick from it.
My folks spent the Depression in Iowa where there was always plenty of vegetation to eat but meat was pretty scarce unless you had cash. My father hunted squirrel and rabbit.
The sainted FDR ordered pigs and cattle be killed to keep farm prices up not caring that in addition to killing livestock he was killing Americans.