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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Florida vacation home of dentist who shot Cecil the Lion vandalized with spray paint and pigs feet

Posted By on Wed, Aug 5, 2015 at 11:18 AM

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On Monday morning, August 3, vandals defaced the vacation home of Minnesota resident Dr. Walter Palmer, the now infamous dentist who shot Cecil the Lion.

As first reported by Fox 4, pictures taken outside of the dentist's home on Marco Island, Florida, show the words "Lion killer" spray painted on his garage door, his driveway littered with pig's feet and animal crackers scattered throughout his lawn. 



Since shooting Cecil the Lion on a hunting trip in Zimbabwe, protests have been held outside Palmer's clinic in Minnesota. Though the 55 year-old dentist claims he was unaware that the lion was tagged and protected,  Zimbabwe's Environment Minister Oppah Muchinguri has called for him to be extradited to face charges. 

The property is currently under surveillance by a private investigative company, reports Fox 4. 

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