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I want to thank all of you who signed this petition we have over 100,000 signatures & counting I have sent them to firstname.lastname@example.org but Aaron Neilson's personal & business pages are still up this goes against Facebook policy please keep spreading the word & send Zuckerberg a email asking why this is when 3 other individuals pages like this have been taken down there is no place for this glorified killing on Facebook by anyone!
Thank you to everyone who signed this petition we are at almost 76,000! Please let's keep it going and stop this killer for good! Please continue to spread the word to anyone you can Thank you for helping endangered animals and taking Aaron Neilson's kill page down
Thank you for signing my petition we have over 51,000 signatures & gaining! Please help spread the word again today together we are unstoppable great job everyone!
Stop Aaron Neilson from glorifying the killing of endangered animals on his Facebook page! Please sign the petition demanding Facebook remove the photos.
Aaron Neilson's Facebook page showcases countless photos of him posing with a smile and a gun next to dead lions, a hippo, moose, goat, ram -- even a polar bear!
In early July, Facebook removed hunter Kendall Jones' photos of trophy kills from the site. A spokesperson said the photos broke a rule that prohibits "graphic images shared for sadistic effect or to celebrate or glorify violence," as stated in the Facebook Community Standards.
"We remove reported content that promotes poaching of endangered species, the sale of animals for organized fight or content that includes extreme acts of animal abuse," a Facebook spokesperson told Mashable.This man is a convicted poacher. Please go to www.scribd.com/doc/231847281/Poacher and check it out for yourself.
Please sign the petition asking Facebook to remove Aaron Neilson's photos of trophy kills!
Facebook, We the undersigned implore you to remove Aaron Neilson's photos of trophy kills, many of which are endangered species. Glorifying trophy hunting violates Community Standards and should not be tolerated.