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Letter to the Editor for Sept. 18, 2017


Reconsidering the best ways to make your point

Shawna Cox, as in Malheur Refuge occupation, will be speaking at the Geiser later this month. This is either a perfect opportunity to reinforce conspiracy theories, or a chance to let her know that this was the most ill thought-out protest to ever come to Eastern Oregon.

There are so many ways to get your message across, and if you use one that ends in death, then you have a martyr to rally around. Unfortunately, death does not equal truth. Also, unfortunately, an eagerness to continue this Malheur conversation, only indicates you

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Reconsidering the best ways to make your point

Shawna Cox, as in Malheur Refuge occupation, will be speaking at the Geiser later this month. This is either a perfect opportunity to reinforce conspiracy theories, or a chance to let her know that this was the most ill thought-out protest to ever come to Eastern Oregon.

There are so many ways to get your message across, and if you use one that ends in death, then you have a martyr to rally around. Unfortunately, death does not equal truth. Also, unfortunately, an eagerness to continue this Malheur conversation, only indicates you have not considered resources other than those published by the People for Constitutional Freedom.

Let Ms. Cox know that it is time to turn from this disaster of a protest to better ways to make a point.

Mae Corwin

Baker City