We don’t know the name of the federal bureaucrat who nearly killed a boy in Eastern Idaho.

The boy survived when sprayed with the deadly gas. The dog died.

The child was playing near his home with his dog when he accidentally set off a cyanide bomb.  The bomb was placed by the bureaucrat as part of a USDA program to kill coyotes.  We may have his name soon.  He could be charged for a crime related to incompetence.  The boy survived when sprayed with the deadly gas.  The dog died.

The government is now trying to distance itself from the thoughtless act.  The dog-killer’s superiors claim they ordered an end to the use of cyanide bombs three months prior to placement near residential homes.  The folks at the top are always looking for scapegoats.  It was our Top Story today.  You can listen below: