Law enforcement can be a dangerous profession. Those in LE who track down poachers face danger at every encounter with every suspect because it is almost a certainty that the poachers they are hunting down are armed. It is not just that way here in the USA but around the world. Take for instance the case of Alois Huber in Austria. Hard working truck driver, nice guy, well respected neighbor, friend of many by day - only to turn into a ruthless trophy seeking poacher by night. Well, as reported here, police in Austria found out about his illegal hunts and tracked him down on Wednesday morning when he allegedly shot and killed three officers and one paramedic. The he set his place afire and shot and killed himself.
While that may be the main point of the story to which I linked, I have a challenge for you. Take a few minutes and go to the linked article and read the whole thing. It is pretty brief. Then after reading it, tell me, which one ingle sentence in the whole article is a dead giveaway that the reporter who wrote it is a dyed in the wool ultra liberal. Yes, there is one particular sentence, in that article, that depicts the left's whole concept of crime and punishment.
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If you cannot figure it, or if you want to check to see if what you found agrees with how I read it, then hold down your left mouse key and scroll over the yellow highlighted area with your cursor to see what I meant. "Poaching is severely punished in this tightly regulated country where it can draw up to three years in prison." If he thinks three years for poaching = severe punishment - the author of that article has to be an ultra-leftist to think so.
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