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Retort: Beating a Dead Horse
By Don Hoff Jr.


July 12, 2005

Mr. Bell, I am surprised about your lack of concern about the proposed bridge that would desecrate your ancestor s graves on Pennock Island and waste all your federal taxes that you work so hard for. Sorry you are getting tired of reading about the proposed bridge, but it is like the T.V. or a radio. If you don't like what you hear or read, don't turn it on. Glenn, don't click on and open opinions on the boon-doggle bridge. Freedom of speech, plus all the stuff that goes with that.

I am not going to stop writing about the bridge project in Ketchikan, Alaska. Someone has to stand up to Rep. Don Young, State of Alaska and Local Governments to protect something that you believe so strongly about and that is our tribal grave sites on Pennock Island. As long as there is the threat of any digging or bull dozing our tribal graves, hell yes I am going write or say something.

I am disappointed - who have you been listening to? Email me.

Don Hoff Jr.
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Hixson, TN - USA



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