Letter: Wrong lesson from goblin toppling case

Published April 19, 2014 7:07 pm
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While watching the news after the goblin topplers were found guilty of destroying ancient artifacts, the news anchorman stated, "The lesson here is to not post things like this on Facebook."

Oh really? Is that the lesson? I thought the lesson was to not destroy things that don't belong to you. I wonder how many other people learned the wrong lesson.

Anna Florin

South Jordan

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