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Pocatello mayor calls to stop cyanide traps in Pocatello

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Mayor Brian Blad has sent a letter to the acting secretary of agriculture to cease the storage and manufacturing of M44 also known as cyanide bombs in Pocatello.

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Mayor Brian Blad has sent a letter to the acting secretary of agriculture to cease the storage and manufacturing of M44 also known as cyanide bombs in Pocatello.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12490/6858874?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Tue, 04 Apr 2017 23:04:25 +0000 Pocatello mayor calls to stop cyanide traps in Pocatello Mayor Brian Blad has sent a letter to the acting secretary of agriculture to cease the storage and manufacturing of M44 also known as cyanide bombs in Pocatello. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12490/6858874?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KPVI NBC Pocatello, ID the mayor of pocatello is calling for cyanide bombs to stop being manufactured in the city..mayor brian blad has sent a letter to the acting secretary of agriculture to cease the storage and manufacturing of m-44 also known at cyanide bombs in pocatello.it comes after a 14- year-old boy touched a cyanide trap 300 yards behind his house... that killed his dog and nearly himself.since then county officials have launched an investigation and learned the cyanide traps were being made in pocatello.blad says... the agency has been great to work with but there is risk. brian blad; pocatello mayor "it's just a bad experience for our community. this is something we need to look at and reevaluate for our community." and animal welfare groups have filed a lawsuit claiming the u-s government is violating the endangered species act by allowing the use of two poisonous chemicals to kill predators. the lawsuit filed today seeks an immediate ban of the poisons because they could harm protected species including grizzly bears.one device sprays cyanide when triggered like the trap that killed the local dog.the other poison is a pesticide called compound 10-80 which is placed in collars worn by livestock and ingested by attacking predators.




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