PETA announced today that they would like to start using drones to spy on hunters who “terrorize animals and break game laws.” They even claimed that this would a be program that Sen. Rand Paul “might be able to get behind.”
Here’s what else PETA had to say: “With more than five times as many wildlife watchers as there are hunters in the U.S., we hope to expose further why hunting is a sick and sickening pursuit.”
“The talk is usually about drones being used as killing machines, but PETA drones will be used to save lives,” PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk
PETA has contacted Australia-based drone manufacturer Aerobot, maker of the state-of-the-art remote-controlled helicopters that can be outfitted with a video camera to discuss which of its products would best fit the purpose.
While we’re not sure how likely this will become a reality, you can be sure that PETA will do everything they can to make it so. It could get quite costly for them also if their drones get shot down because its hovering too close over a group of hunters with high powered rifles. – Hunters Against PETA
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