“The only New Jersey hunting permitting rifle usage at the time of the incident was opossum and raccoon hunting. These animals are treed and shot generally in the treetops. These animals are also nocturnal... early morning hunting... as absurd as the notion that someone would be after a nice 'possum breakfast or a genuine 'coonskin hat is... never occurs.
Unsubstantiated allegations and ad hominem does not a news article make.
Ms. MacDonald... in the future... please stick to responsible journalism. The hunting laws of New Jersey are easily verifiable... inserting the vague quote that at the time of the Lou Dobbs incident... hunting was allowed in New Jersey... is intentionally misleading... you intentionally wanted the reader to assume that rifle deer hunting was in season... this is unethical reporting.”