A Minnesota dentist who killed Cecil the Lion has returned to work after leaving his small dental practice while the media swarmed around him, calling for a handful of protesters to send him to Zimbabwe to face trial. Dressel said he trusted Palmer's account of the hunt and wanted to support a colleague as a retired doctor. After a riot broke out in Zimbabwe over the killing of Cecil, a 6-year-old lion, Palmer announced he would not return to work because his patients and staff needed him. A Minnesota dentist who killed Cecil a lion returned to work Tuesday and walked out when he was inundated with media and some protesters demanding his removal to Africa to face trial, according to a report by the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
One of Palmer's patients, Ryan Rice, said he was heartbroken for Palmer as he headed for a dentist's appointment, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Another patient, Palmer's Ryan Rice, said she was "heartbroken" for him as she left a dental practice in East Bethel, Minnesota, on Tuesday, August 2, 2017, after a doctor's appointment with him. Ryan Rice, a patient of Palmer, says she is "deeply shocked" by the killing of Cecil the Lion, a 6-year-old lion, as she leaves a dentist's appointment at the East Bethlehem dental practice in East Bethels, Minnesota, on Wednesday, September 1, 2016.
Thomas Dressel, who said Tuesday was his first visit as a patient and that his wife was a regular visitor, was among the patients on Tuesday. Thomas Dressels, who said he was a patient for the first time, and his wife were regulars on Tuesday.
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