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He can’t be serious

Dear Editor:

I read the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office quote three times thinking surely I must have misunderstood. For two years there have been incidents of a naked man (or men) exposing himself to women on public trails, and the sheriff would “rather run him off and not capture him and have the public be aware”?

Instead, he proposes “people be prepared,” making me wonder, How exactly does one prepare for a flasher when out for a hike? Sheriff, have you taken leave of your senses as well as your duties?

Lara Whitley


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