at this link. Here's a short take from the article:
"Do you ever hear from PETA?" asked an audience member, referring to the radical organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. "The National Trappers Association takes care of that," Richardson said. "I think (PETA is) a little bit misguided, but I still try to talk to them and not get too upset. I think I'm helping people. I thin (nuisance) animals for farmers. If you stop all trapping, you can forget farming anything."
Hats off to John Richardson, a good example of a trapper who gets involved for the benefit of trappers everywhere.
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