[env-trinity] Sovereign Citizens

Greg King gking at asis.com
Mon Apr 8 15:15:11 PDT 2013


There are many local people to honor for doing what is "good for our" rivers. But they're not just "ours." More importantly, without the "parachutists" there wouldn't be one damn fish left.


Greg King
President/Executive Director
Siskiyou Land Conservancy
P.O. Box 4209
Arcata, CA 95518
707-498-4900
gking at asis.com
http://siskiyouland.wordpress.com/

On Apr 8, 2013, at 11:22 AM, "bhill" <bhill at igc.org> wrote:

> Patrick - looks like you stirred the local tea pot.  This makes a perfect opportunity to create an alliance by tactfully mediating a mutual understanding instead of further polarizing as the baggers would do.  Good luck.
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> Brian
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> From: env-trinity-bounces at velocipede.dcn.davis.ca.us [mailto:env-trinity-bounces at velocipede.dcn.davis.ca.us] On Behalf Of Paul Catanese
> Sent: Monday, April 08, 2013 10:04 AM
> To: Michael Caranci; Patrick Truman
> Cc: ENV Trinity
> Subject: Re: [env-trinity] Sovereign Citizens
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> Micheal Caranci couldn’t have said it any better and I fully support his comments. Perhaps, one should examine his own yard before casting stones against those who live in the north. You wonder why those of us who actually live , breath and drink this river have a lack of trust of those who parachute into our communities and attempt to tell us what is good for us or our river?
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> Paul Catanese, CPA, Partner
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> From: env-trinity-bounces at velocipede.dcn.davis.ca.us [mailto:env-trinity-bounces at velocipede.dcn.davis.ca.us] On Behalf Of Michael Caranci
> Sent: Monday, April 08, 2013 7:55 AM
> To: Patrick Truman
> Cc: ENV Trinity
> Subject: Re: [env-trinity] Sovereign Citizens
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> What does this story -- not to mention the totally unnecessary bad-mouthing of people who live in Northern California -- have anything to do with the purpose of this mailing list?  I thought the purpose was to disseminate information pertaining to the Trinity River and it's environmental concerns?  Posting a completely un-related article like this is counter-productive, and to do so along with such derogatory comments is totally uncalled for.  
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> The earlier post attacking conservatives in Wyoming was equally bad.  Has this list turned into a soap-box for liberal propaganda attacking those with different ideas and ideologies?  Again, what do either of these stories have anything to do with the Trinity River?  
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> On Sat, Apr 6, 2013 at 12:06 PM, Patrick Truman <truman at jeffnet.org> wrote:
> sounds like some folks around the north state, and they are armed and dangerous...
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> http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-sovereigns-20130406,0,3800088.story
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