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Jennifer C. Niemeyer

Supervisor

The DNR

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The DNR

Background Information

Employment History

Supervisor

Natural Resources

Warden Supervisor

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Supervisor

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

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In a report published by the ...

www.thedailypage.com [cached]

In a report published by the Kenosha News, DNR conservation warden Jennifer Niemeyer said shelter staff were detained due to a non-compliant response when agents asked about the fawn. And when asked by WISN about the amount of resources utilized by the DNR for this enforcement action, Niemeyer compared it to an illegal drug raid. "If a sheriff's department is going in to do a search warrant on a drug bust, they don't call them and ask them to voluntarily surrender their marijuana or whatever drug that they have before they show up," she said.


DNR Warden Supervisor Jennifer ...

www.wausaudailyherald.com [cached]

DNR Warden Supervisor Jennifer Niemeyer told the television station that state law requires animals like the fawn to be euthanized because they could spread disease.

DNR spokesman Bill Cosh told The Associated Press on Friday that the main concern with deer is chronic wasting disease, a fatal illness that affects the nervous system. CWD has been found in 17 states. To help prevent its spread, state and federal laws bar moving deer illegally taken from the wild to rehabilitation facilities in other states without authorization.
"These are always difficult situations for both parties involved, and we are empathetic to the fact of what happened because we know in our heart of hearts, they tried to do the right thing," Niemeyer told the television station.
She said the fawn was not killed at the shelter, but tranquilized and euthanized later.


DNR Supervisor Jennifer ...

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DNR Supervisor Jennifer Niemeyer said the law requires the agents to euthanize animals like Giggles because of the potential for disease and danger to humans.

"These are always very difficult situations for both parties involved, and we are empathetic to the fact of what happened because we know in our heart of hearts they tried to do the right thing," Niemeyer told reporter Colleen Henry.
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Niemeyer denied agents killed Giggles at the shelter. She said they tranquilized her and then euthanized her off-site.


Jennifer Niemeyer ...

www.freerepublic.com [cached]

Jennifer Niemeyer spokeswoman for the DNR doesn't deny what happend.


At the fairly tame end of ...

thepoliticalbistro.com [cached]

At the fairly tame end of the scale (but one, nonetheless, sociopathic), lay people like Jennifer Niemeyer, Supervisor at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, who has about as much empathy as a chunk of granite (although I'm sure she'd tell you differently).

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By the way, Jennifer, if it is indeed the law that a 13-member SWAT team needs to show up without warning and kill something as defenseless as a fawn, please forward me that section. I mean, I'm sure you can, right?
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Please pass on to Jennifer that she's a liar as well as a heartless bureaucrat and she's now on my list. I am going to make it my mission in life to get her and anyone else who thinks the DNR acted appropriately to the situation involving Giggles fired. (I hope that doesn't include you, Jessica. I hope you have true empathy to discern what is morally right and what is legally right.)
To this I got a final response from "Rachel Baker" that was amazingly similar to the very first one I received from Jennifer.
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And this is pure conjecture here, perhaps Rachel Baker, Jessica and Jennifer all are avid hunters, but who would be surprised if the same people hiding behind bureaucratic red tape in this case are the same ones electing folks who would like to outlaw hunting altogether.

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