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Black Bear Euthanized After Eating Convicted Murderer’s Remains

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Canadian conservation officers euthanized a black bear that ate the remains of a convicted murderer.  The man was on parole for a 1994 conviction of murder where he and two other co defendants were found guilty for killing a man accused of sexually assaulting a family member.  We’ll give the guy that at least.  Maybe he didn’t deserve to be eaten by a bear after all.

Turns out that he was already dead, and the bear was just strolling through the woods and stumbled upon a felony smorgasbord in a car.  The bear then dragged the remains to a cave and sat their guarding it when officials were looking for the missing man.

Examinations proved that it was the bear that had been clawing at the dead body.  The bear was then euthanized because once a bear finds a food source, it remembers.

More on this bizarre story at abc27.com.

 

 

 

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