Ashley Judd slams Sarah Palin for 'promoting aerial killing of wolves' | Top News
Washington, Feb 03 : Ashley Judd has teamed-up with Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund to launch a Web-based campaign targeting Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's `anti-conservation agenda' and `attack on wolves and bears'.
The organisation has launched the campaign with a new Website, EyeonPalin. org.
In a video, the actress condemns Palin for allegedly promoting the aerial killing of wolves in Alaska, and goes so far as to accuse Palin of proposing bounties for severed forelegs of killed wolves.
"It is time to stop Sarah Palin and stop this senseless savagery," Politico. com quoted Judd, as stating in the ad.
While the launching the anti-Palin campaign, Judd said she is `outraged by Sarah Palin''s promotion of this cruel, unscientific and senseless practice which has no place in modern America.'
"Because she is apparently determined to continue and expand this horrific program, I am grateful that Defenders will aggressively fight to stop her. I am proud to be a part of that effort," Judd said.
This isn't the first time Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund, a progressive environmental organization, has taken aim at Palin over the aerial killings.
During the presidential campaign, Defenders launched a national television ad campaign focused on the topic. (ANI)