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Re: Plundered fossils...
how would you know- from the article- that he did not perhaps piss off
the local Klu Klux Klan on another entirely unrelated matter? and that
perhaps THEY killed his cats and it was not related to the fossil
investigation at all?
We certainly don't have that sort of information from this article.
Michael de Sosa wrote:
> Well, receiving death threats over the phone is not just an "accident" like
> cats' necks being broken. And the fact that they were HIS cats, lying with
> broken necks on HIS porch is really suspicious. How did the cats get there?
> they fall out of a tree, break their necks and then ants carried them to his
> doorstep? Or were they zombie cats? Face it, once you break your neck,
> pretty much immobile. I guess once in awhile you wouldn't be... but two cats
> the same yard on the same day? Last weekend a very good friend of mine fell
> a roof and broke his neck. He died instantly. Those were two lucky cats if
> could still drag themselves to his porch before expiring.
> I don't think this is a case of paranoia, but an actual case of someone being
> to get him. Another thing to consider is that the article is attempting to
> a hero out of the officer. If there's no conflict, where's the story?
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