BIG-GAME HUNTERS DEFEND KILLS, SAY THEY WON'T BACK DOWN AFTER RECEIVING BACKLASH FOR POSTING PHOTOS

The woman who sparked a social media outcry and a government investigation after posting an image of a goat she claims to have killed in Scotland is not backing down from her online critics, saying that she will "NEVER apologize for being a hunter!"

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