Can you be set up after you did something?No, yes, no
You can be set up even if guilty... but you're still guilty. Of course you have to believe Jeff Lowe, Allen Glover , and James Garretson. I doubt we will really ever know the truth since they were all super shady and likely used Joe to stay out of prison themselves regardless of whether Joe was guilty or not.Can you be set up after you did something?
I agree with you on all 3 counts.
WHAT??????Word on the cyber street Joe was lip synching. It was too good to be true.
I rescued a falcon once that hit a fence line. It had a broken wing. I contemplated killing it in the field but didn't. I took it and set the wing as nobody veterinary wise would touch it due to wildlife laws. I attempted to nurse it back to health in a large aviary. It was a proud little bird and I hated seeing it in a cage. I couldn't get it to fly. I located a raptor rehab facility and drove a few hours to take it there. The lady said the wing was repaired correctly but the nature of the injury was permanent and was unable to be fixed with even the best working on it. It killed me to know I dropped it off to be in a cage the rest of it's life as she said it would never fly again. Long story short I wished I would have killed it out of mercy in the field. I hate seeing animals in cages especially birds and big cats. It's not right something engineered for freedom, agility, and super feats of physical ability be caged. I don't even like zoos. I get the breeding programs and what not but I still don't like it.Never heard of Tiger King until seeing this thread. So I had to look it up - thanks, I think. Watched the first two episodes. I never imagined there were so many tigers and other big cats being bred in captivity. They said there are more tigers in the U.S. than in their natural range.
So far it's hard to tell if Big Cat Rescue is really on any higher moral ground than the breeders of the endangered cats. Tell me it's worth it to watch the rest of the series.