WALL: Time tells of the Headwaters tragedy
dstaples at livingston.net
Tue Oct 6 01:09:40 EST 1998
Joe, stop and ask yourself who has been hammering the news groups,
California news papers, protests, flyers, etc, with outragious claims of
homicide, logger kills protestor, the logger aimed at the protestor,
outragious claims about the Chain Family, ad infinitum. Then tell us
I know Chains family here in Texas, and while he may not have been the
brightest bulb in the box, the family is pretty solid common folk. He
was led to his death by an ideal unsupported by experience, knowledge,
or comprehension, a lemming with the masses. Now they would use his
death as part of their campaign. Cold, heartless bastards.
Let Chain rest.
Joseph Zorzin wrote:
> HULTGREN wrote:
> > You don't have a clue.
> > I live in Calif., am licensed (RPF), and am familiar with operations here
> > AND the parties involved.
> > This "cat & mouse" bullshit is dangerous and they got hammered! It was a
> > risk and Chain's number came up. If you can't stand the heat....
> I'm not saying I would have done the same thing- no way I'd stand within
> a mile of a redwood log job.
> But it never fails to amaze me just how Neanderthal is the thinking and
> sensitivity of this industry- and politically stupid- because it's this
> same attitude that is COSTING forestry such a hideous reputation.
> Man, you have the sensitivity of a lizard!
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