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Judge Halts New Year’s Eve Possum Drop, Cites Patrick Henry

Nov 14, 2012, 09:29 am CDT

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You got to be kidding a possum gets his day in court but the average poor/indigent person can’t even see the light of justice in any Noeth Carolina courtroom without bigotry, bias, and constant frauds applied by officers of the courts to court process…especially in the states child protection proceedings. yeahhhhh. Right on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By Phillip Inkel on 2012 11 14, 5:27 pm CDT

Possums are people too!

Joe Smith, President
People Eating Tasty Animals

By Joe Smith on 2012 11 16, 6:21 am CDT

Darn it all—what will Granny make that special Uncle Jed birthday pie from now?

By Jethro on 2012 11 16, 8:53 am CDT

In the past I believe they’ve “dropped” dead possums in Brasstown. I imagine that’s where this is headed…

By Sean on 2012 11 16, 8:56 am CDT

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By Bob on 2012 11 16, 9:58 am CDT

It’s what I’d do.  Kill the possum, then drop it.  Let PETA scream, as the judge has already ruled the pest must be killed or liberated.  If they drop it dead, it’s all good.  Not going to traumatize any local kid, they all sneak out at night and hunt possum anyway.

By JME on 2012 11 16, 11:28 am CDT

As for PETA, last night, I had seakitten for supper, my wife ate the turkey because it refused to fetch the newspaper.

By JME on 2012 11 16, 11:30 am CDT

So ... what about the poor, victimized groundhog?

By Cornwallis on 2012 11 16, 11:44 am CDT

I think this is great.  I don’t think animals should ever be used like toys.  Any effort to minimize suffering of any living thing is laudable.

By GDEsq on 2012 11 16, 1:08 pm CDT

I’m just glad that PETA spends the donations freely given to it so wisely.

By Tom Youngjohn on 2012 11 16, 8:05 pm CDT

But why do they drop the possum in the first place?

By Patsy on 2012 11 18, 8:29 am CDT

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