Affidavit of Robert Jones, who claims that he and Evan Gustafson, an employee at the wolf farm, entered Dr. McCleery’s wolf yard and witnessed two wolves kill each other, and that the surviving wolf then tore Gustafson’s hat. Jones also claims that on another occasion, he witnessed a wolf tear Gustafson’s clothes considerably before Dr. McCleery could restrain the wolf.
January 21, 1932
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