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Apr
2005

THE NATURE CONSERVANCY AND NATIONAL PARK SERVICE LIED ABOUT WILDLIFE KILLING PROJECT

EX-PARK CHIEF CONFESSES CRUELTY, DECEIT IN ISLAND 'RESTORATION': THE NATURE CONSERVANCY AND NATIONAL PARK SERVICE LIED ABOUT WILDLIFE KILLING PROJECT

(Santa Barbara, CA) In a stunning confession, the ex-superintendent of Channel Islands National Park reveals that the Santa Cruz island pig is innocent of endangering the island fox.

"To help sell the fox restoration program for which we had no money, we came up with the media spin that one of the main reasons golden eagles reside on park islands was because of pigs. This would help vilify the pigs and help support the pig removal project," said Tim Setnicka in a statement voluntarily submitted to the Santa Barbara News-Press.

The Nature Conservancy and National Park Service, co-managers of the island, recently awarded a contract to fence and gun down two to four thousand animals at a cost of over seven million tax-payer dollars. The Santa Cruz Island Restoration Project, known internally as the "mega kill, poison, burn plan," would also involve fire, and aerial spraying of herbicide, to defoliate the island so the victims could not hide.

Channel Islands National Park management recently feted the park's 25th anniversary. Setnicka expresses concern that the park is "now largely known as an area in which systematic biologic genocide has been committed...."

He offers a graphic first-hand account of island pig 'removal': "In thick vegetation, clean kill shots are hard to make...we frequently gut shot and wounded pigs...pigs were caught by their hind legs and then were knifed or beaten to death."

The whistler blower explained that park personnel never allowed the media to view the killing "to avoid images of the ugliness of the hunt." He said they always gave "safety" as the reason for denying media requests.

Channel Islands Animal Protection Association (CHIAPA), the most outspoken opponent of the recent 'restoration' killings, greeted Setnicka's revelation appreciatively.

Says CHIAPA founder Rob Puddicombe, "We're delighted that an insider is finally telling the truth about the cruelty and deceit of so-called restoration. Setnicka confirms CHIAPA's message that there's something for everyone to hate about these projects."

CHIAPA spokesperson Scarlet Newton responds, "This is a miracle. We're immensely grateful that Mr. Setnicka had the courage to speak up. Perhaps now Congress will finally grant our request for an investigation."


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