Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Marvel story sounds fishy


I want to express my personal thanks to Jon Marvel and his Western Watersheds Project for giving his time and energy to participate in the decisions regarding Idaho's wildlife and natural resources. His voice represents so many of us who came to this wonderful state only to be shocked by the many decisions made regarding its treasures.

Shame on Fish and Game for attempting to stifle his voice by coming up with outlandish accusations of "verbal abuse" and being threatening. Have you ever met Jon Marvel? Please. "He has a history," they say. Yes, he does—a history of involvement with process, an American freedom, something our government and its agencies have been forgetting of late. Keep up the good fight, Jon, and thank you from a silent majority.

Pamela Sue Martin

Hailey




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