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A good man

Dear Editor:

I’ve known Scott for years. I’ve worked with Scott for years in the disabled skier program. I cannot think of a more qualified instructor then Scott. I cannot think of a nicer, loving and respected person on this planet. I do not know of another person who has done so much in their life to help others.

You cannot say that of the person who turned Scott in to the Snowmass police.

The person who turned Scott in is nowhere near the instructor or person that Scott is. In fact, she will let it be known that she is from the “Aspen of New York.” She turned Scott in over a fight about money. She was his former roommate in Snowmass Village.

Do not trust your roommate. Even more so when they brag about being from some wealthy area. When you come from “money” you do not give a hoot about other, just yourself.

I can say this because I’ve worked with her on the hill. She does not compare to Scott when it comes to being an instructor. Nor as a person.

The judge in his case is the one who should be criticized.

Harry Temple III


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