A deer gored a hunter to death with its antlers while the man was on an expedition in France, according to reports. Regis Levasseur, who was not armed, was killed Monday at Compiègne National Park, which is 53 miles northeast of Paris, Local France reported. Police said the 62-year-old hunter was serving as a beater,...
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- Dissolution (Aug 26, 2014)
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DECEMBER 18, 2013
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - HUNTERS FOR DEER, LLC
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- ‘Trophy’ Review: Brutal Doc Takes Aim at Big-Game Hunting
By Dan Callahan, provided by
- Thursday Sep 7, 2017
Those who are sensitive about cruelty against animals are advised to steer well clear of “Trophy,” a documentary that begins with the killing of a deer on screen and only gets more hard to stomach from there. This deer is shot by a man named Philip Glass (no relation to the minimalist composer) while he is training his young son to kill animals.The Texas-based Glass is a sheep breeder who is after what hunters term the “Big Five”: elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and rhino.Next we meet the large-spirited John Hume, a retired property developer who maintains a rhino-breeding ground in South Africa.