FOX NEWS - One of Idaho’s current fish and game commissioners has resigned after photos from his hunting trip in Africa – which include a picture of him standing over a “family of baboons” he killed – appeared online.
Blake Fischer, one of seven unpaid fish and game commissioners in Idaho, had reportedly sent the photos to friends and co-workers along with descriptions of the 14 animals he and his wife had shot in Namibia, according to The Idaho Statesman.
"First day she wanted to watch me, and 'get a feel' of Africa," Fischer reportedly wrote, according to an email obtained via a public records request from the Boise’s KBOI and the Statesman. "So I shot a whole family of baboons."
RED ALER! ACTION! Commission member Blake Fischer killed an entire family of baboons & babies He bragged that his wife wanted watch him hunt "So I shot a whole family of baboons" also shot a giraffe & leopard. TAKE ACTION and contact Governor Otter demand Blake Fischer’s removal pic.twitter.com/MDUJVanMOb— Warrior Activist (@ActivistWarrior) October 13, 2018