Greater Yellowstone Coalition Idaho Office bashes lack of charges in Ashton wolf kill case. AP. Casper Star Tribune.
It’s clear Idaho’s new law makes it so anyone can kill a wolf standing on their property, and in the Ashton case, you can apparently kill the wolf on someone else’s property as well. All you have to say it is that the wolf was molesting — “lying in wait,” etc.
No one can prove you wrong under Idaho’s law because the definition of molesting depends on the wolf’s supposed mental state.