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Ely 6's Barney Lackner going to the big house

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Final member of the Ely 6 gang has been convicted. He'll be spending time in the big house - sentencing on August 11. Looks to be minimum of three years - possibly more.

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Justice is being served, nothing more, nothing less. It is what it is and it's being delt with.

What I want to know is who started the Ham Lake Fire?? Border Patrol? Forest Service? Friends of the BW? ELF? Prominent Local? Invading Foreigner? Bigfoot? A wolf in heat? DNR? Jessie? Logger? The Schwans Driver?

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Ya, I'm sure ole George had somptin to do with it. Actually, I'd say it was Cuddayer. He was probably on the DL at the time. It's always Cuddayer's fault.

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Global warming caused the Ham lake fire. Duh! grin

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God lifted his hand of protection 'cause of gays, the women's movement, the ACLU and other godless liberals!!!!

Jerry Falwell told me this personally.

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As a frequent traveler in the BWCA, I usually bring a firearm...usually my .357 will shot shells and a few regular rounds. Given the reports of the situation, the clear view that the campers were in fear for their lives, and the presence of a daughter at one campsite who was apparently singled out by the intruders verbally, I think I would have opened up. I wonder how many other campers carry a firearm into the BWCA? Those guys are lucky they are only getting jailed. A near-shore boat is a pretty exposed target.

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As a frequent traveler in the BWCA, I usually bring a firearm...usually my .357 will shot shells and a few regular rounds. Given the reports of the situation, the clear view that the campers were in fear for their lives, and the presence of a daughter at one campsite who was apparently singled out by the intruders verbally, I think I would have opened up. I wonder how many other campers carry a firearm into the BWCA? Those guys are lucky they are only getting jailed. A near-shore boat is a pretty exposed target.

I never go to the BWCA unarmed. 45 auto usually. Yes those thugs got off easy. They could all be 6 ft under now.

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