From: Frederick Prohaska
Subject: trapping my dog
I have been charged with removing 2 traps by the Wisconsin dnr.
my first court ap in 3 17 14 in Marinette Wisconsin.
if you can find me help, I would like to proceed that the trapping license
costs $20.00 and the dnr has had over 70 years to develop a policy about people
pets caught in trap and has not done so that the U.S. constitution says the
state cannot take something from me without a hearing in a value more than
$20.00 that the average pet owner has more than that invested in their pet and
that being caught in a trap causes more than that in veterinary costs that
the licensing of trapping for $20.00 without proof of insurance and or a written
policy on how to deal with the trapping in an unconstitutional prior restraint
and just plain irresponsible. That the state be enjoined form enforcing and or
issuing trapping permits until a policy that protects livestock, family, pets,
children and the disabled and elderly from such conduct.
That the us fish and wildlife has entrusted the dept of nat res with protecting
threatened and endangered species and that their current polices only ask some
clown with a $20.00 license to let them know when they catch one in their trap.
that the wildlife have a substantial value and that there is insufficient
reporting of the trapping income.
that said , if you can find me help I will pursue this to try and stop these
Frederick J. Prohaska
goodman wi 54125
1 715 336 2645
1 715 784 1448 Glenda parks assistant
that is a start there are some aspect to this particular complaint that the dnr
agents a pair of personal friends of marcely left out of what they told the
sheriff and da, their witness Poglud withdrew over one thousand dollars from my
checking account by wire fraud and has not been charged. Poglud knew the
trapper had put traps there and then came to my home and took me and my dog to
walk the dog right where he knew the traps were. of course he did not mention
this to me until long after the fact. he had in fact threatened the trapper that
if his dog was caught in one of his traps there ''would be a bullet with his
name on it'' the trapper ran sniveling to the town chairman, the town chair sent
him and Leroy out together to see where the traps would be. I was not privy to
any of this.