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Ex-Official Sabotaged Deer Culling Efforts

Forest preserve district police ticketed the former Will County State's Attorney for allegedly sabotaging the district's deer culling efforts.

3/24/2011

In Homer Glen, Illinois, forest preserve district police ticketed the former Will County State's Attorney Jeff Tomczak for allegedly sabotaging the district's deer culling efforts. Tomczak reportedly sprayed WD-40 on food that was left out to attract deer.

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2 Responses to Ex-Official Sabotaged Deer Culling Efforts

Jeff Tomczak wrote:
May 27, 2011

Like they say "It's not the truth, it's the news!" Fact is this culling was objected to because the Forest Preserve did not consider the fact that homeowners living around this forest preserve bow hunt every year. It's a tradition and has been a natural culling for decades. About 20 to 30 are taken every season. the FPDist. left 15 deer per sqr. mile, this preserve is one square mile. 49 deer were culled and they were using .223's 600 feet from my kids bedroom. This hunting season the hunters, whom are my friends, will have no way of knowing if that buck they are aiming at is last one in the preserve. This is a property right that all americans should take action to protect. And maybe people like "Mr. Kaufman" and the author (who should have called me)should look a little deeper into matters before shooting your mouth off, like I hope you do before you shoot your gun!

Bob Kaufman wrote:
March 25, 2011

An all too familiar example of the politicaly connected member of the privlidged class acting beyond the law knowing they will get little or no real punishment for the illegal actions.