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Opposition speaks out against a planned whale hunt by the Makah Indian tribe

Opposition speaks out against a planned whale hunt by the Makah Indian tribe
NEA98110503 - 05 NOVEMBER 1998 - NEAH BAY WASHINGTON, USA: Paul Watson, head of the California-based Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, speaks to the news media, November 4, at the Sekiu's Olsen Marina near Neah Bay, Washington, about a planned whale hunt by the Makah Indian tribe. With him are, from left, Brian Colvert, Commissioner of the Port of Friday Harbour, re-elected U.S. Congressman Jack Metcalf, R-WA, Anna Hall, of the Canadian based West Coast Anti-Whaling Society and Lisa Distefano of the Sea Shephard organization. Metcalf spoke out against the planned whale hunt by the Makah, calling it a "really bad precedent" and condemmed recent tribal police actions. iw/hr/ H. Ruckemann UPI .
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