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Posted by swampdonkey on Apr 10 2006
Well said! Bravo!! If your hand is in the cookie jar- then its pretty obvious!! Wasn't one of these poachers also related to another missing sheep mystery as well with blood and sheep hair in his rig? Don't the cops also strongly suspect one of the poachers to be associated with (I believe) Old One Eye because of his vehicle? Don't the Troopers have a dumptruck load of evidence on these guys? Didn't one of the poachers have a sawed-off illegal rifle? If a guys claiming salvage rights on the rams, why not just take them to the truck and head for the house? There's NO need to act nervous, hide the heads and run like hell at a high rate of speed if your doing something that you believe is legal, right? Did we forget about the illegally set traps that are ALSO associated with these vermin? And the traps were baited with what? Sheep/goat quarters! Freash ones too! Too me, it's obvious. With Lamb, it's a little different. Alot of misinformation being thrown around out there. Not alot of factual evidence or info being released. So it's NOT obvious. It's wait and see in Byron's case.  My 2 cents....

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