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I don’t know if there’s an afterlife, much less a hell other than the one we’re already subjected to day in and day out, but if there is a fiery, infernal land where the world’s worst are sent to be relentlessly and cruelly tortured for eternity after they die, there’s a special corner reserved for dry-dicked losers like Walter Palmer.

Palmer is the piece of shit poacher who, according to The Telegraph, paid roughly $55,000 to shoot and kill Cecil, a beloved lion that lived in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park. Killing animals within the confines of the park is illegal, so Palmer and Theo Bronkhorst, a professional hunter with Bushman Safaris, allegedly lured Cecil a half-mile outside of the park at night with bait, shot him with a bow and arrow, and then tracked the wounded animal for two days before killing him and removing his GPS collar (which is also against park regulations). Cecil was then beheaded and skinned for trophy.

Cecil the 13-year-old lion was one of the stars of Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park. He was charismatic and had an unusual black mane which mystified visitors.
Earlier this month, locals found the protected lion shot, beheaded and skinned. Authorities now believe that a local man was paid by a western hunter to lure Cecil out of the protected park so that the hunter could ‘legally’ murder the lion on a local landowner’s property.
Only wounding Cecil, it is believed that the hunter then spent two days tracking Cecil before killing him and taking a ‘trophy.’
The Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force also claim that the hunting party unsuccessfully tried to remove and hide Cecil’s tracking collar.
After investigation, the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority and The Telegraph are both naming Cecil’s killer as Walter Palmer, a dentist and known big game hunter from Minnesota.

A statement from Zimbabwe National Parks says Palmer and Bronkhorst did not have permits for the killing — a charge that can result in two to five years in prison. 13-year-old Cecil was well-known to visitors of the park, and his death was described as tragic by park employees. “He never bothered anybody,” said Johnny Rodrigues, the head of Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force. “He was one of the most beautiful animals to look at.” Up to a dozen of Cecil’s cubs will now be killed, according to Rodrigues, who said “a new male lion in the pride will not allow them to live in order to encourage the lionesses to mate with him.”

Cecil leaves behind a pride of lions, including 24 cubs, who preservationists say, will now likely be killed by other lions.


“This is what we most often see happening in these cases,” added Dr Andrew Loveridge. “Infanticide is the most likely outcome.”


Both Bronkhorst and the landowner bordering the National Park are facing poaching charges, but the American who funded and carried out the killing seems to have, for the moment, escaped charges. Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, is no stranger to barbarically killing beautiful animals in a pathetic attempt to make up for his own inadequacies and insecurities. This shitty excuse for a man is a well-documented trophy-killer, and pictures of him proudly showing off his victims can be found on many big-game hunting blogs.






Palmer is also no stranger to legal problems related to his disgusting hobby. He pleaded guilty in 2008 to making a false statement to federal wildlife officials concerning the location of a black bear he killed during a guided hunt in Wisconsin and was sentenced to a year probation. The website for Palmer’s dentistry, River Bluff Dental, is currently down, and calls to the office are reportedly being routed to voicemail, but hopefully authorities are able to track down Palmer and hold him accountable for his horrible actions.  

Unsurprisingly, the dental surgery has not fared well on social media.


On Yelp, users have plummeted it’s rating down to 1 star.



In fact, there’s been so much backlash on social media that the dental practice seems to have shut down.


Local people have even turned the front door into a memorial for Cecil, leaving flowers and stuffed animals.

Cecil leaves behind a pride of lions, including 24 cubs, who preservationists say, will now likely be killed by other lions.

Zimbabwe National Parks have said “Ongoing investigations to date, suggest that the killing of the lion was illegal since the land owner was not allocated a lion on his hunting quota for 2015.”

Walter Palmer told reporters; “I deeply regret that my pursuit of an activity I love & practice responsibly & legally resulted in the taking of this lion. To my knowledge, everything about this trip was legal and properly handled and conducted.”

The Associated Press has been told that Zimbabwean police are already searching for Palmer in connection to the killing.

Here’s what Jimmy Kimmel Had to say about it:




Sh*tdick American Dentist Killed A Beloved Park Lion Illegally – Now Forced To Close His Practice


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