New Mexico May Spare Bears that Attack Humans

by admin on January 17, 2017

New law would allow testing the animals for rabies first


WRAL reports that New Mexico is currently revising its law that mandates the euthanization of bears and wild animals that attack humans to enable rabies testing.

According to the report, the bill will allow for “case-by-case review on whether wild animals involved in an attack should be euthanized.” The report also states that “Animals would be spared under some circumstances when patients decide to take a rabies vaccine. Without that, rabies testing has to be done on the animal’s brain.”

The case comes after the euthanization of a mother black bear last June after it attacked a marathon runner causing deep puncture wounds and a bone fracture.

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The runner, Karen Williams helped draft the legislation because she believed the bear was acting in defense of her two cubs. Unfortunately, the mother was euthanized and her cubs released back to the wild.

WRAL also states that the new bill “would give state health officials the ability to consider the current risk of rabies in specific wildlife populations, as well as whether a wild animal acted in self-defense, before requiring a test for rabies virus. Wild animals that exhibited predatory behavior toward humans or any symptoms of rabies would still be killed.”

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Law only bans sex with pets


Following in the footsteps of Ohio which recently made bestiality illegal, Kentucky lawmakers are proposing to ban its residents from having sex with their pets. Sex with other farm animals would still be legal under the proposed law.

According to various reports, House Bill 143 was proposed by Republican State Representative Wesley Morgan and would make it a felony to sexually assault animals that are kept as pets. However, the law fails to mention other farm animals such as goats, sheep and cows.

These animals were otherwise protected by Kentucky’s anti-sodomy law. However, the law was previously overturned as it was found to be unconstitutional as it made the act illegal to humans who wanted to perform sodomy consensually.

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The law was drafted by Dee Robinson of Kentucky Citizens against Animal Abuse and Domestic Violence. Robinson said she chose to concentrate on pets in order to antagonizing hunters and farmers.

Bestiality is still legal in large parts of the world. In Thailand, sexual acts with animals can result in a year long prison sentence and a fine of ฿20,000 under the 2014 Thailand’s Animal Welfare Act.

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