In our last update we told you that we were in Oklahoma to film a cruel live pigeon shoot political fundraiser held by Jim Inhofe, the United States Senator from Oklahoma.
Even though Inhofe tried to hide where he was going to shoot, we found the location, Robbins Farm, which is in Greer County, OK. We set up legally on the side of a public road and then sent up our drone, called the “Angel” to film the shoot.
Video of pigeons being thrown into the air, taken by our Angel drone
DRAMATIC VIDEO of DRONE DOWNING MADE PUBLIC
Analysis Reveals Someone in Sen. Jim Inhofe's Pigeon Shoot Fundraiser Fired Rifle to Shoot Down Drone Aircraft Recording Animal Abuse
OKLAHOMA – An observation drone – nicknamed "Angel" – shot down while monitoring a pigeon-killing fundraiser for Senator Jim Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) late last Friday near Altus in rural Oklahoma was definitely the victim of a purposeful attack, according to the results of an examination of the aircraft by an animal protection watchdog group. Sen. Inhofe was participating in the pigeon shoot when the drone was shot.The video shows extensive damage to one of Angel's motors, where the electronics were visibly blown away.
These are the four television spots that will be airing in Cheyenne and Denver starting Tuesday, July 14, through July 24. More than 600 ads will be airing on CNN, FoxNews, MSNBC, Entertainment, MTV and HGTV, among other cable networks.
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MECHANICSVILLE, MD – Graphic undercover video taken here of a killing "contest" this past weekend, and now being made public, documents a horrific slaughter of Cownose Rays, who were shot by arrows at point-blank range. The rays were then gaffed and repeatedly clubbed with bats before slowly suffocating to death.
Hundreds of indigenous Cownose Rays – many of them pregnant – were mutilated, killed and then dumped as garbage into the river. The so-called "Battle of the Rays" tournament was held Saturday, June 13, 2015 near Mechanicsville, on the Patuxent River tributary of Chesapeake Bay. Over a hundred bowfishers participated.
Much more to follow in the coming days. Here is the raw footage SHARK and Fish Feel is providing the media: