National Park Service officials close Trail Ridge Road to through travel for the season
#1 Jul 6, 2013
of the earth...I wish the death penalty could be imposed...He imposed it on Greg!!! My heart breaks for this whole family and their extended family and friends...
#2 Jul 6, 2013
There still is hope. Please remember in your hearts to forgive, and prohibition never worked, and support our U.S. businesses like Coors Molson, of course responsibly.
#3 Jul 6, 2013
Why, after numerous DUI offenses, and a history of alcohol related offenses, is a person like this allowed to still have a drivers license?
Also, after numerous DUI offenses, is he already not serving significant jail time?
Let the punishment fit the crime, law enforcement have the laws to charge these offenders, but then the judges basically let them walk free with little to no repercussions.
It's disgusting, and now a low life like this has decimated a family that life will never be the same for, ever again.
Our judicial system is a disgrace.
#4 Jul 7, 2013
there should be room in everyone's harts to forgive. Let's hoist a glass to forgiveness and celebrating our national holiday with a six pack of love.
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