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Owner of Deceased White Buffalo Speaks Out

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GREENVILLE, TX -- Owners of the Lakota Ranch in Greenville, Texas are standing behind their claims that a rare white buffalo was mutilated on their property.

Wednesday Arby Little Solider held a press conference after the Sheriff of Hunt County released new findings about the death of the animal on Tuesday.

According to a veterinarian report, the animal called Lighting Medicine Cloud died in April from a disease called Blackleg. Arby Little Solider says with the condition of the calf's body he finds that hard to believe.

"I think it's an easy way to close the case and get out of it. Sweep this underneath the carpet and kind of let this go," says Little Solider.

He says he is requesting a copy of the report from the vet's office and in the meantime he will be testing his property and the animals on it for Blackleg.