Gov. Rick Scott Weighs in on Ultra Violent Shark Dragging ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Michael Wenzel, Bo Benac aka Bear Jew, Nick Burns Easterling and Spencer Heintz
Saturday, August 05, 2017
Gov. Rick Scott Weighs in on Ultra Violent Shark Dragging ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Michael Wenzel, Bo Benac aka Bear Jew, Nick Burns Easterling and Spencer Heintz. On July 24, 2017 Nicholas “Nick” Burns Easterling and three other young men, Michael Wenzel, Robert Bo Benac aka Bear Jew, and Spencer Heintz posted a video of themselves dragging a shark behind their speed boat. Michael was the captain of the boat while Bo filmed the video Source: https://everipedia.org/wiki/nicholas-burns-easterling/#ixzz4oso4v530
The Ultra Violent Shark Dragging ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Michael Wenzel, Bo Benac aka Bear Jew, Nick Burns Easterling and Spencer Heintz appear to really like the blood and guts of cutting up the fish they catch. Michael Wenzel even goes as far as to shoot at a shark in the water with a pistol, I wonder if Robert Bo Benac aka Bear Jew carries a baseball bat on board the fishing boat?
It’s his friendship of one of the men, Michael Wenzel, that drew the budding MTV star Alex Kompothecras of ‘Siesta Key” into the shark maelstrom late last week.“I had absolutely nothing to do with the shark video,” retorted Kompothecras. But then he added: “Yes Michael Wenzel is a friend of mine. But no I don’t agree with what he did.” That was enough to set the digital vigilantes to work on Kompothecras, the son of a wealthy Sarasota chiropractor 1-800-ASKGARY. What they found on his social-media accounts were some photos, including one in which he may be pouring beer into the open mouths of a fish and a dog — which, although they fell far, far short of the mark set by the shark video, convinced them that Kompothecras’ new TV show should be boycotted.
BRADENTON, Fla. — New images that have surfaced in the wake of a troubling video showing a group of Gulf Coast anglers dragging a shark behind a speeding boat prompted Florida wildlife officials Friday to expand their investigation. The images also led Gov. Rick Scott to call for a review of state fishing regulations to prevent such behavior. “The brutality and disrespect shown to this animal is sickening by Michael Wenzel and Robert Lee “Bo” Benac aka Bear Jew and I am sure that you share in my outrage over these individuals’ heinous acts,” Scott wrote to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
The latest video shows a man pouring beer over a hammerhead shark and trying to drink it. A label on the video reads, “Who needs a beer bong.” Another video pic shows the goons poring beer int the mouth of a large grouper. It’s unclear if any laws were broken, FWC spokesman Rob Klepper wrote in an email, but “the lack of respect shown for our precious natural resources shown in this video is disheartening and disturbing, and is not representative of conservation-minded anglers around the world.” Local news and online commenters have identified two of the men as Michael Wenzel and Robert Lee “Bo” Benac aka Bear Jew. Wenzel’s father is Robert Wenzel, the Manatee County planning section manager; Benac’s mother is Betsy Benac, chairwoman of the Manatee County Commission. Neither parent has responded to requests for comment.
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