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Published: Thursday, March 29 2012 3:00 p.m. MDT

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Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

With the millions of dollars he wasted within the initial auction process and hundreds of hours in the legal process, with the prosecution funded by taxpayers, you would think this liberal would have thought about all the poor people he(I mean taxpayers) could have helped with that money. Selfish choice for a little publicity stunt.

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Cottonwood Heights, UT

Why does anything this small time criminal does metrit further wasted newspaper space to publicize him, and his band of extremist cronies?

They have rules in prisons, and they are enforced. So, behave yourself, son, and you ont go back to isolation.

And, what the heck is this about "an upcoming five day furlough" for him? Do federal prisons let felons serve theri sentences on an installment plan when it is convenient for them? If so, he is getting more time off than our men and women serving in the armed forces!

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