freedom fighter poachers in CAR

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  1. observe

    observe CONTRIBUTOR AH Fanatic

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    Seleka rebels currently shooting left and right in Dzanga-Ndoki National Park, the most important Elephant refuge area in Central African Republic. By rebels we actually mean armed poachers pretending to be freedom fighters as usual, up to killing both people and wildlife indiscriminately. Guess what, it is not PETA and the Humane Society that will patrol the parks in the end but is the hunting outfitters, their tracker teams and the rangers doing it. Here is more on the story:
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    Seleka Rebels Invade Dzanga-Ndoki National Elephant Park In Alleged Poaching Attempt
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    Here's hoping the South Africa Defence Force working in CAR can have an impact on these crooks.
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    ..I was a soldier, in the bush, for close on fourteen years, Wayne..these guys can hardly tell the difference between their own arses and a hole in the ground..! There will never be enough good men or funds to make any impact on poaching.
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    I couldn't agree more! The real problem with decreased wildlife populations in Africa is "farming" and poaching, it's not hunting.

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