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(Some of our stories printed in the Providence Journal)

Judge rules DEM can't kill deer on Block Island - 11/28/1985
After Defenders of Animals filed suit against the state, a Superior Court Judge, Judge Thomas H. Needham, prohibited the state Department of Environmental Management from killing any deer on Block Island. The shooting was to occur at night when powerful lights could be shined into the animal's eyes, immobilizing it. It was the first time DEM planned to kill deer by the method called "Jacklighting."
Posted on Jan 01, 2003 by defenders
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