Animal Rights

Whistleblower: Animal Abuse, Torture, Prevalent In Federal Wildlife Agency,

An Unnecessary war on wildlife, according to some members of Congress

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It was a productive day for Gary Strader when he pulled his vehicle up to a remote site in northeast Nevada and found nine coyotes caught in leg hold snares set by the federal government. As was routine, Strader, a former trapper with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, signaled his dogs to attack.

His supervisor, who had accompanied him that day, watched and laughed as the dogs circled the coyotes and ripped into them, Strader recalled.