Governor Palin’s Department of Fish and Game Round Up 14 Orphaned Wolf Cubs and Shoot Each One in the Head – A Violation of State Law

A message from Mr. Rodger Schlickeisen
Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund

When you promote a grotesque program like Governor Sarah Palin’s Alaska wolf slaughter, you can expect gruesome results.
A startling example: In June, after gunning down 14 adult wolves from a helicopter, officials from Governor Palin’s Department of Fish and Game rounded up 14 orphaned wolf pups and methodically shot each one in the head in clear violation of a state law.[1]


This is a story that needs to be told. Please watch our new video on Palin’s wolf killing record and share it with every animal lover you know.



Warning: This video contains the disturbing truth about Governor Palin’s out-of-control wolf killing efforts.

State law prohibits the targeting of pups — a practice known as denning. Maybe that’s why Palin’s officials tried to cover it up, making no mention of the brutal pup executions in the state’s June 30th press release on the killings.[2] To date, none of the officials involved in the incident has been held accountable.Governor Palin could be just a heartbeat from the presidency.
Do we want a vice president who champions savagery towards animals?