As my brother hunts in a very rural area they lease for the purpose of deer hunting, his dogs left the area and ran over 10 miles away into a barb wire CB Base firing range. His dogs are equipped with GPS device so he followed them. Standing outside the federal property he and another guy were calling their dogs. A gentleman, who identified himself as being over that range, but out of uniform, pulled up and told them they could not go in there. My brother told him they knew that, that is why they were standing on the outside calling their dogs. He told them, we'll you want be seeing those dogs again or those fancy collars they have on them. He got in his vehicle and entered the federal property. My brother was watching his dog move on the GPS device. They heard shots, looked down at their GPS and the dogs were laying down. They knew they had been shot. After calling the sheriff's department, they tracked the collars with the escort of the sheriffs dept and found them thrown over the fence. They had been cut and were full of blood. After reporting this to the CB Base, the guy was identified as a Gunnersmate 1st Class at the base. We do not want this cruel act to be swept under the rug!! Commander Gordie Meyer is the base Executive Officer at the Gulfport, MS Base.
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