A man who recently took pictures with dead big game animals just to share them on social media was recently appointed to a top position at the Western Australian Department of Biodiversity, Conservation, and Attractions.

After one concerned citizen learned that Jewell Crossberg was appointed as the acting district manager of the department in Esperance, he decided to notify Nine News.

The concerned citizen sent an anonymous letter in which he wrote that citizens from Esperance were “very concerned” after seeing pictures Crossberg posing with dead animals such as giraffes, elephants, rhinos, and zebras, while he was holding a rifle.

In the letter, the anonymous citizen claimed that the director Jason Foster made a mistake when he appointed Crossberg as the acting district manager in Esperance. The letter also reads that he doesn’t deserve to be in a top position like this one because he is not a real conservationist.

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Even though the pictures were taken back in 2010 in South Africa, a country where hunting is legal, Crossberg decided to delete those pictures after Nine News questioned him about the entire situation.

Nine’s Today Show reported the pictures were shared in a Facebook album titled ‘business and pleasure’.

Despite the anonymous letter, the department is still standing by its decision to appoint Crossberg as an acting manager. They confirmed he went through a competitive recruitment process and he already possesses the skills that are needed for the role.

The Department is responsible for wildlife conservation and making sure the animals treated well throughout the entire state.

What do you think? Is it a good idea to appoint a man who likes to hunt for pleasure as an acting district manager for the wildlife conservation department?

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