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Causeican thank you for posting this. Your words mean a lot. Please daily press and people of this community, think of the ethics behind free speech. We can say what we want, but what we say effects the many youths that read the press and it effects the families associated with this tragic event.
Those who pose their judgements one way or another, for or against any of those involved, Get your egos full of judgment and scapegoating. At the end of the day, people are suffering and this has become a spectacle of a whole lot of suffering. Feast yourselves until you're sick with it. Realize you're doing so at the expense of others suffering. Enjoy.
If it were a true "cover up" you folks would not be hearing of it. Give our local law enforcement some credit!
I see there are ethics involved, which leads to individual perception of what is right and what is wrong. It is not my place to judge another man. That rests with a much higher power. While I may or may not agree with his ethical decision to crawl into the cave with a giant bear, I respect his courage. I respect that it was lawful for him to do so at the time.
Good Job Craig PD and moffat county sheriffs office.
Shame on you both. I hope you're punished to the maximum allowed.
You skin a cat the same way as a deer...tastes like chicken. I would recommend a bow and arrow over the shot gun though......those lead pellets can really cause some dental problems.
I will keep shooting my bow so I'm sharp and ready when invited to thin the herd. Wrapping paper and tape are also ready. Thinning-- not eliminating the herd--seems like the best option.
Sometimes, we adults are like spoiled children in a candy store. The only thing that matters is the prize....we need to look at the long term impact of our decisions. The vermillion basin breathes and lives as one of the last great wilds of our country. It remains mostly unspoiled, yet easily accessed. If we continue, we humans will eventually cover the entire earth with our parasitic nature, deplete it of all its natural resources--and all that will remain is the warts of industry and machines.
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