A federal judge ruled yesterday that 18 horses captured earlier this year need not be returned to Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests because they do not qualify for protection under the WHB Act and are therefore considered to be unauthorized livestock, according to a report posted today by Courthouse News Service.
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Just goes to show how deep the corruption runs! Either the judge is on the cattlemen’s payroll, at least under their influence. Misinformed , misguided decisions to remove our wild horses from federal land will lead to their demise and contribute to climate change.
Wild horses are wildlife and a historic RESOURCE. Amend the fatally flawed Resource management plan. Other laws and court rulings provide for habitat such as FLPMA/ACEC, ESA special status species, distinct population segments, and Sec106 NHPA/NEPA.