Second American Doctor Named In Lion-Killing Investigation

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Last week, liberals everywhere were outraged when it was revealed that American dentist Dr. Walter Palmer had killed the beloved Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.

The mainstream media quickly vilified Palmer, and he has faced attacks from angry liberals ever since.

Now, a second American doctor has been accused of killing a lion during an illegal hunt in Africa back in April. According to Daily Mail, Pennsylvania gynecologist Dr. Jan Casimir Seski, 68, has been pictured online with dead elephants, hippos, zebras, ostriches, impala and water buffalo. An internet hunting club claims the doctor has killed six elephants.


The National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority says that Seski was involved in an illegal hunt in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, and that two of his guides have since been arrested.


“This Zimbabwe elephant is the sixth African elephant shot by Dr. Jan Seski. For this hunt Jan used our custom-built GrizzlyStick Momentum UFOC 175 arrows cut to 29 inches and fletched with 4-inch DuraVanes to accommodate his finger-shooting style,” reads a description on the hunting website.

“The arrow was shot quartering into the elephant, penetrated a rib and one lung, lacerated the heart and liver, and was recovered in the gut. The elephant went a short distance and died,” it continued. “With results like this, no wonder Jan is a firm supporter of our Ultra-Magnum Arrow System.”


Since this news came out, Seski has faced the same public shaming that Palmer did. It’s ridiculous that liberals get so riled up about dumb stories like this when there are far more pressing things happening in the world today. When five military servicemen were killed in a terrorist attack in Chattanooga, liberals barely even mentioned the tragedy. However, when lions in Africa are murdered, liberals are suddenly outraged!

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