Rossi charges

On Thursday of this past week it was in the news that Corey Rossi, Director of the Division of Wildlife Conservation has been charged with 12 charges of taking bears illegally.

This man was appointed to his position by Gov. Sean Parnell. Essentially, he is charged with poaching. The following day, on Friday, the Governor’s Office had no comment regarding these charges. OK, so here is a comment.

This guy is a unqualified political hack, and our esteemed governor had full knowledge of his lack of qualifications before he appointed him. This is your government at work. More particularly, this is your governor at work. He appointed a poacher to be in charge of the Division of Wildlife Conservation. Good show, Gov.

Ray Preston



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