Perhaps some of you have heard the stories passing around vigorously about the supposed shooting and killing of an adult Bigfoot and its child in California. I don't want to mention the name of the supposed killer because he doesn't need any more publicity and I do not want to give any aid to his cause to possibly write a book or make money off of this supposed incident.
According to reports, he shot the Bigfoot in the back and then when its child came forward, he shot it too. He claimed he didn't know what the hell it was and didn't believe in Bigfoot. He thought he was out bear hunting, but he also believed what he shot didn't look like a bear.
My question to y'all is, should this man be charged with manslaughter if it's found out he did actually shoot and kill two Bigfoot?
I doubt it actually happened. They would have at least had something about it on the news. lol.ReplyDelete
Great question. Before you even put your finger on the trigger, you should know what you're shooting at, but I just don't see this as manslaughter.ReplyDelete
If it has human DNA it is murder. If not, it is poachingReplyDelete