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Georgia businessman insists he killed the creatures in self defense when they charged him – after social media backlash targeted his business

A Georgia businessman, who was pictured holding a gun as he and another man stood over two dead elephants, claims he killed the animals in self-defense when they charged at him, Daily Mail reports.

Mike Jines, a partner with TopGen Energy in Alpharetta, Georgia, made the claim after the photo went viral on social media and critics started targeting his business.


Jines, a partner with TopGen Energy in Alpharetta, Georgia, made the claim after the photos went viral on social media and critics started targeting his business

Thousands of social media users have accused Jines and professional hunter, Max ‘Buzz’ Delezenne, of killing two baby elephants on an African ‘trophy’ hunt in Zimbabwe.

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Jines (right) went on the hunt with professional hunter Max ‘Buzz’ Delezenne (left). Jines has claimed that the elephants were shot in self-defense after they charged at the two men 
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Thousands of social media users have accused Jines and professional hunter, Max ‘Buzz’ Delezenne, of killing two baby elephants on an African ‘trophy’ hunt in Zimbabwe
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Jines also said that the animals were shot in full compliance with laws and regulations in both Zimbabwe and the US

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