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Published: Friday, March 29 2013 5:00 a.m. MDT

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oldcougar
Orem, UT

I can't wait for the third episode! I have a young nephew in the FBI and I think he is much like Danny.

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

Great news. I wonder how it would have turned out if the guy was agnostic.

beatrice
Beaverton, OR

To Ernest Bass:
You appear to be assuming that the only people who love their fellow man...are LDS...not so!

ChrisHouskeeper
San Tan Valley, AZ

I wanted to add my two cents about Danny. I lived in Puerto Rico for six months where I got to know Danny. I left just prior to his death. I was excited to see your articles about him because I was very impressed by him and I think everyone would benefit from his story. I remember one of the last things he told me before I left was that he was beginning to question his decision to be an FBI agent as he had perhaps missed his chance to have a family of his own due to the rigors of being an agent. He had fulfilled and exceeded his time requirement in Puerto Rico and was free to choose any field office he wanted to be transferred to next. He could have left at any time, but he was there long enough to save that boy. The world is a better place because of Danny Knapp. He will be missed.

"Let no man be afraid to lay down his alife for my sake; for whoso blayeth down his life for my sake shall find it again."
D&C 103:27

BH
Tremonton, UT

Beatrice,

Your judgement of Ernest T. Bass seems very off the mark. You may want to find a dictionary and look up the definition of agnostic.

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