Cecil the Lion

Minnesota Dentist Won’t be Charged in Lion Killing

(KMSP) – Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer became the subject of public outrage after killing the beloved Cecil the Lion this July, and Zimbabwe’s environment minister announced Monday he won’t be charged and Zimbabwe officials are no longer calling for his extradition.

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Lions Are People Too

Cecil, a socially-conscious king of the jungle, presumably eschewed the parched-grassland delicacies of antelope, zebra, and giraffe in favor of vegan fare. This would explain why his apostles trashed Walter Palmer’s vacation home and St. Sharon Osbourne, married to a known predator of smaller flying creatures, dubbed the hunter “Satan” and called for his head mounted to a wall. Such a beautiful creature would never stoop to the level of a beastly dentist.

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Stop Trying to Make Cecil the Lion a Planned Parenthood Story

The murder of Cecil, a famous Zimbabwean lion, at the hands of an American dentist on an exotic game hunt has become this summer’s national outrage. Liberals are calling for government intervention to prevent Americans from exotic animal hunting and the mainstream media has carved out hours of time to discuss this injustice.

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Zimbabwe Wants Lion-Killer Dentist Extradited as He Goes into Hiding

The Minnesota dentist who is charged with hunting and killing Zimbabwe’s Cecil The Lion has gone into hiding as animal rights activists target his home and offices with protests and vandalism. But now the African nation where the hunt took place is also seeking his extradition to face charges of illegal hunting in the death of the well-known lion.

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Rubio: People Should More Upset Over PP Vids Than a Lion

Florida Senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio said that people should be more outraged over Planned Parenthood’s actions than they are over the death of Cecil the lion in an interview with TMZ on Friday. Rubio said that whatever the

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Genocide, Starvation, LGBT Attacks take Backseat to Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe

Cecil, a 13-year-old lion that was, for many Zimbabweans, the sole source of pride in an otherwise hellish dictatorship, is dead. His death at the hands of an American dentist has done what the deaths of tens of thousands of Zimbabwean humans have failed to do since Robert Mugabe’s ascendance to head of state: get Americans to care about Zimbabwe.

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