Mountain Lion Killed By Super Bowl Champion Deserves Justice

Target: Colorado General Assembly Speaker, Julie McCluskie
Goal: Make it illegal to slaughter mountain lions.

An NFL Super Bowl champion has stalked and slaughtered a mountain lion with a bow and arrow. Derek Wolfe, a defensive lineman who played for the Denver Broncos, took to social media to brag about the killing.

Wolfe has claimed, apparently without providing specific evidence, that the mountain lion had killed two dogs. It is unclear whether this is true, and if it is true, whether the dogs had been allowed to roam the neighborhood freely.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife, has apparently indicated that Wolfe’s actions were legal and sanctioned by the government.

Wolfe has bragged that the hunt was “exhausting,” noting that “We hiked straight up 2500ft and down the other side, then back up again, back down the other side and then back up again to 9600ft.”

Wolfe further described the hunt, writing that he was “Exhausted, dehydrated, [and] cramping [as] I drew back my [bow] and sent an [arrow] through him. Then I had to crawl backwards down the mountain with him to get him to the truck I fell 10ft off a rock face on the way down lol.”

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Speaker McCluskie,

A Super Bowl champion from your state has stalked and slaughtered a mountain lion with a bow and arrow. Derek Wolfe, a defensive lineman who played for the Denver Broncos, bragged on social media about the killing.

Wolfe has claimed that the mountain lion had killed two dogs. It is unclear whether this is true, and if it is true, whether the dogs had been allowed to roam the neighborhood freely.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife, has apparently indicated that Wolfe’s actions were legal and sanctioned by the government. They shouldn’t be.

Killing a wild animal simply because people are scared of it is cowardly, not heroic. These types of killings should not be permitted. The laws of Colorado that protect this type of horrific action must be changed.

Sincerely,
[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Alex Nestor


9 Comments

  1. This vile, ugly, mentally deranged, animal killing faggot must be put to death. A slow, agonizing extermination for this evil cretin is essential.

  2. More impressed with the mountain lion’s prowess while alive, than your non prowess in it’s deliberate murder; your ineptitude in appreciating a beautiful living gorgeous creature of the maker.

  3. This guy is a liar! He just wanted to murder a mountain Lion most likely for trophy reasons. Most likely a Donald Trump Junior hunting fan.

  4. Colorado used to be a nice state but now it is horrible. They slaughter wolves, allow trapping and snares and most likely other torture traps. They allow trophy hunting so naturally they would allow their prized football paler to stalk and shoot a mountain lion. He bragged about this and will put it on his wall to have friends admire.

    Well he seems to be so famous but there is always KARMA. If nothing else gets him, KARMA will do the job.

  5. What a sick POS this murdering guy is, what a big tough man murdering an innocent animal, I wish human scum would leave the wildlife alone

  6. YOU UGLY, EVIL COWARD, IT SHINES OUT OF YOU.
    SUCH WICKED ACTIONS WILL ALWAYS, ALWAYS FIND YOU AND THEN YOUR KARMA WILL DEAL OUT WHAT IS REQUIRED. GUARANTEED, WHETHER YOU BELIEVE IN IT OR NOT….TRUST ME ON THAT ONE.
    YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED,YOU ABSOLUTE THICK,STUPID MORON.
    THAT BEAUTIFUL ANIMAL DESERVED TO LIVE, SADLY YOU NEED TO BE PUNISHED.
    SHAME, SHAME, SHAME ON YOU. GO PLAY WITH YOUR STUPID LITTLE BALL UNTIL ITS YOUR TIME. YOU DISGUST US AND MANY, MANY OTHERS.
    STILL, GOOD TO KNOW ONE DAY YOU WILL FEEL THIS TERRIBLE PAIN IN YOUR LIFE. HATEFUL BEING THAT YOU ARE AND YES I WOULD SAY IT TO YOUR TWISTED UGLY FACE.

  7. Kill the super bowl champion he’s garbage

  8. I SO agree with Torah Wolf. Get rid of this pointless, cowardly excuse for a man.

  9. Sanctioned by “authorities” WTF!

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