It all started when neighbors of Sean Petronsky felt their children were in danger due to him hunting his private property behind the neighborhood. Sean claims he has been hunting there since 2014 and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon. He feels as if his constitutional rights are being infringed. Sean has also said that when he does hunt he is upwards of 400 feet from the other residents and he is over 150 feet from any public roads. How does this make you feel? Would you stop hunting at your neighbors request or would you exercise your right to hunt on your own land? By the way, He is hunting with a long bow.
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