Why the hype around this story? Is it because of our expectation of veterinarians? Is it because in general, hunting, trapping and many forms of recreational hunting are accepted and encouraged in the veterinary field? Is this victim particularly offensive?
Just asking question here, don't know the answers. But one thing I do know is that this woman is a human being and the people calling for her death and for her to be mutilated by arrows are no "better" that they think she is.