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Published: Wednesday, Feb. 2 2011 6:00 p.m. MST

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Springville, UT

This a tragic case that provides a good example of why people should appreciate government regulations. They are there for a reason, not to stifle business. Having been a federal regulator, I assure you that regulatory agencies do seek to strike a balance, but business too often puts easy profit ahead of the negative consequences. Must money always come first, over respopnsibility towards others?

Layton, UT

Mr. Nock's own tirade of "innocence" recently in the media, without a shred of empathy or sympathy for the Toone Family, showed me that his actions then during his tirade speak volumes about his character. I was willing to cut him some slack, in this incident,not now. he ran his mouth way too much and this is what he bought.

Sarah B
Bountiful, UT

It is extremely sad two little girls had to die to put a stop to this extremely negligent person. Thank goodness there weren't more deaths. I hope he spends a very long time in prison. If he had just taken the time to make sure he was using the pesticide properly, these precious little girls would still be here.

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