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by Paul on 09/04/13 at 12:36 PM ET
from QMI AGENCY at the Toronto Sun,
Clayton Stoner, deep in preparation for the start of NHL action next month, has something else on his plate.
British Columbia’s Coastal First Nations (CFN) group is not pleased with the 28-year-old Minnesota Wild defenceman’s actions on its land last spring after Stoner allegedly gunned down a five-year-old grizzly bear named Cheeky.
The B.C. native is pictured with the bear’s severed head and paws on the Vancouver Sun‘s website.
Cheeky was ”skinned and left to rot” and “his head and paws were carried out past a sign declaring trophy hunting closed in the Great Bear Rainforest,” the CFN later claimed.
Press release from Coastal First Nations...
added 4:03pm, Watch a CBC report on this topic below...
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