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More than a few questions to be sure!

What do you hunt from inside your vehicle?
How do you even position a rifle in the back seat so that it would be pointed at the front passenger seat?
Where was the driver during this?
Were they actually driving around with a loaded rifle?
That is all before the dog is even involved, I think the dog might have been 'set up'.
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Certainly plenty going on that 'wouldn't fly' with our Game Wardens here in NH.

Bruce
 

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So many unanswered questions yes, but not unheard of.


In the end, it is negligence on the part of the human. Firearm safety rules were violated.
 

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Further details have emerged, the dog stated (much like Alec Baldwin), that although he cocked the rifle, he did NOT pull the trigger........................updates to follow.
About every dog I have ever seen was smarter than Alec, by a large margin. The shooter dog is keeping his mouth shut and has not made any statements to the press.

I’m not sure I’m willing to give the dog a pass just yet. What if we find out the dog is a blue haired poodle with piercings.
 

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I agree with the "Darwin Award" people.

The dog did not cause this to happen, a stupid human error caused this......
...or....
maybe a cunning human did this and framed the dog.
 
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