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I read that PETA is planning on purchasing drones to “Monitor those out in the woods with death on their minds.” They claim to w

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    6phunter you are correct. Most states have hunter harassment laws on the books.
    I would never shoot down a drone. Some drones have video cameras that go back to the operator of the drone. If Peta took you to court for property damage you could be found guilty and be ordered to pay for the drone.

    There is an easy way and it would cost Peta instead of you. I would call law enforcement on my cell phone. Law Enforcement would read Peta their rights, confiscate their equipment, they would be handcuff, placed in the back seat of a patrol car, charges would be filed at the police station, the Honorable Judge would convict them in the court of law and hunter harassment would be on their record forever.
    Chances are Peta would hire an attorney and the story could make all the local newspapers. When the media gets the story it could be real embarrassing for Peta nuts.

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