Rex Rammell, the former gubernatorial candidate for Idaho who was convicted of poaching an elk in 2010 Tex Creek zone in eastern Idaho when he only had a tag for the Middle Fork zone of central Idaho, has lost the second appeal of his conviction. Rammell’s unsuccessful defense centered around his ignorance of the law and that didn’t fly with the judge.

Rammell has made an illustrious name for himself in Idaho and has a long history of incidents that have made the headlines, sometimes even across the nation. Maybe that is why he announced that he was moving to Wyoming last year.

Don’t let the door hit ya where the good lord split ya. And have fun with him over there in Wyoming.

Rammell loses second appeal in elk poaching case – Eye On Boise – – March 29, 2013.

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Ken Cole

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6 Responses to Rammell loses again

  1. More hell and abuse for wildlife with this serial killing moron in Wyoming. They move on and kill more wherever they go. It is a sickness. Psycho.

  2. Immer Treue says:

    Why is it I possess no empathy for this individual?

  3. Ida Lupine says:

    LOL Ken!

  4. jon says:

    I’m glad he lost.

  5. CodyCoyote says:

    Rammell could be the poster boy for a 12-Step Program for wildlife abusers.

    Like any treatment program, the crucial first step is admitting you have a problem. Rammell admits he is ignorant. ” Hi…I’m Rex Rammell and I am an ignoramus “.

    That’s a start . A small step, but in the right direction…

  6. CodyCoyote says:

    Please say it’s not so…that this goon has moved to my Wyoming.

    Crap. Just what we didn’t need…


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