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This should not die out

I myself will ask over and over what happened to the officers in this case.I will keep checking and bringing it up till something is done..as all have said several laws where broken here by those officers...someone from Fort Fisher should have been called right away...the shark should have been towed out to sea...there it may have regained its composer or strength and/or passed away...either way this is the law of the sea... if it died it would have been food for other fish as it is intended to be..I agree with the fact the children had no reason to tell a tall tail..as I have just lately seen the same thing happen to a 7 foot shark at Top Sail Island and saw (from the pier) grown men pull the sharks teeth out while it was still breathing on the beach..a call was placed by another person on the pier to report what was going on but I never saw the first officer show up. I never knew that the Tiger was protected...as I am kinda new to the Island...it is a very sad day when officers make wrong choices in such a small matter..and scary at the same time.

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