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Published: Thursday, Jan. 26 2012 9:00 p.m. MST

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Cottonwood Heights, UT

How about some accuracy in reporting facts and not editorializing as "news?"

DeChristopher was not convicted of "monkey-wrenching an oil and gas lease-auction" but rather for specific crimes.

Skip the "Robin Hood"-ization of this eco-extremist and treat him like the convicted criminal he rightly is.

Kearns, UT

"leases out of protest for lands offered up too close to national parks and scenic wilderness." - there appears to be some bias in this article. The leases are too close to national parks and scenic wilderness in DeCristopher's opinion. The article lists that statement as an established fact.

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