He raised five claims of error, but the judge found no error and therefore affirmed Hailstone’s convictions.
Now Chip Hailstone must do prison time for the felony. He moved to Alaska in 1988, when he was only 19 years old.
Hailstone is held to state laws that prohibit him directly killing animal or plant resources on tribal land.
As a spouse, he may engage in hunting, fishing, trapping, or gathering with a Tribal Member, but he may not use gear like spears, firearms or bows, as well as set traps or snares, uproot plants, etc.
Agnes makes customary fur clothing and artworks worth tens of thousands of dollars.
The Hailstones share their knowledge of the old ways with their kids; it’s sensible and ensures that the Native culture continues.
He is likely to be in jail for the most part of 2018.
Many viewers of Life Below Zero wonder why Chip rarely hunts on the show, and it’s always Agnes and their daughter’s who harvest the game for their subsistence lifestyle.
We don’t know how much Chip Hailstone makes per episode, but he is not getting rich off of National Geographic.
The tribal council may or may not be permitting him a share as his narrative is essential to explaining their native way of life. Chip Hailstone’s net worth is roughly estimated at 0,000 – 0,000.
Story goes that Chip reached out to protect one of his daughters (Tinmiaq Hailstone) in a situation involving a police officer, and was charged because he interfered with the officer and his subsequent statements were deemed false.
Chip Hailstone was found guilty by a jury of all charges against him.