Yellowstone Announces End to 2014 Bison Slaughter Following One-Man Blockade
Jacobs was charged with three offenses: disorderly conduct, breaking a closure and interfering with a government operation.
Comfrey’s action demonstrated strong public opposition to the buffalo slaughter and has drawn an incredible amount of media and public attention to the issue. The day following Jacob’s blockade, Yellowstone National Park issued their only press release for this year’s controversial bison operations, announcing that the Stephens Creek bison trap was empty and Yellowstone had no further plans to capture…
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