Judge Signs Temporary Restraining Order

Greg Garland, the reporter for the Advocate, said the judge signed the temporary restraining order, which means that the tiger cannot be taken by the Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries until after a hearing, which is set for Dec. 29th. 


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