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Right and wrong...
Posted by Steve on Apr 19 2006
Here's my perspective...

The killing part of the story is somewhat old, which gives it no real legs here.  Second, the real issue is that some native boys killed six bears and nobody with the authority to prosecute seems to be interested in pursueing the issue.  So, we have clear violations and it appears that nobody is going to be prosecuted.  Why is that?  I think there are two reasons a) they're kids and b) their native.  More precisely it's (b) then (a).

If these guys were Joe-six pack, they WOULD be long gone by now.

Personally, I think they should throw the book at them.  SIX BEARS!!  Dead for no reason, no benefit, no thrill of the hunt.  Just dead.  Jeez, what a waste.


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