Get­ting their goat

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Con­tro­ver­sial US hunter Larysa Swit­lyk, who caused ou­trage af­ter post­ing on­line pho­tos of goats and sheep she killed on a Scot­tish is­land, has taunted crit­ics by launch­ing a range of T-shirts cel­e­brat­ing the con­tro­versy. Why should she apol­o­gise. Thou­sands of peo­ple hunt every day in Scot­land.

Ritchie Ms­port

Let’s hope ta­bles turn and you end up be­ing the hunted – let me hear the lion roar!

Phyl­lis Roches

How many eat meat here that are hor­ri­fied by the le­gal hunt­ing and taking of a goat? Se­ri­ously? If the meat was eaten and she had the proper hunt­ing li­cence, find some­thing else to be out­raged about. Are there se­ri­ously no more press­ing is­sues in Scot­land than goat hunt­ing?

Tim Gasco

Karma will catch up with her.

Kerry Staal

Goats taste good. That is what ru­mi­nants are for. To turn grass and weeds into meat for me to eat.

Ben­jamin Napier

That some­one who was mas­sively abused and trolled for hunt­ing feels like do­ing a lit­tle trolling her­self is “un­be­liev­able” right enough. Well played hen.

Stu­art Robb

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