Who is Amber Rose Barnes? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Suspect, Incident Detail


Amber Rose Barnes Wiki – Amber Rose Barnes Biography

A female hunter, who bragged about killing and skinning a husky, has spoken out against animal cruelty. Amber Rose Barnes, of Martin City, Montana, received a six-month deferred sentence. As part of her punishment, she must attend a hunting safety class and will not be able to use her hunting rifle during this period of time.

She was charged in October after bragging about her murder in September on Facebook, where she claimed to have brought down a small wolf. During the hearing, she defended her actions. “During this time safety was my top priority, this animal was growling, howling and coming at me like it was going to eat me.”

Amber Rose Barnes Age

Amber Rose Barnes is 36 years old.

Amber Rose BarnesĀ  Incident Detail

‘Yeah, I made a mistake… anyway, yeah, I would have shot him anyway because he was aggressive and coming right at me!’ she said. Barnes avoided being charged with a hunting violation, because “the incident did not involve an animal under agency jurisdiction,” the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks confirmed.

Barnes sparked an online furor when she posted a series of graphic images of herself with the lifeless pup online. Along with a collage of five shots of her with the dead dog, he wrote: “So this morning I set out for a solo predator hunt of an autumnal black bear, however I had the opportunity to take another predatory wolf cub.

2022 It was a great feeling.” to text my man and tell him I just smoked a wolf pup #firstworld #onelesspredatorMT.’ Barnes had ventured into the Flathead National Forest at Doris Creek, sixty miles south of Glacier National Park that morning in search of a black bear when she came across what she believed to be a wolf.

In an especially gruesome image, Barnes posed with the Husky dumped on her flatbed truck as she smiles, hitting the dog’s lifeless head and clutching her rifle. Even once she identified her mistake, Barnes defended her actions and told her Facebook audience that she would kill the dog again.

Barnes’ partner, Frank Tallent, also jumped to her defense at the time when the online mob descended on her and dubbed her the ‘Montana Butcher’. “Mistakes are a big problem,” she wrote. ‘Yeah, my girlfriend was out hunting and she shot a fucking dog that got dumped in the woods.’

The deceased pup turned out to be one of nearly a dozen Husky pups that had been abandoned in the woods. Many of the pups had parvovirus, an often fatal disease for dogs. After the shooting, authorities worked to determine if Barnes had a license to hunt wolves, which she said she did.

The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks later confirmed to Fox News that Barnes had purchased the appropriate license. In Montana, wolf hunting is legal with a license. An individual can legally kill or trap 20 wolves per season.

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