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ARTICLE from the Winter 2008 Issue

Huntingís Connection To Vandalism

A North Carolina town has lost hundreds of thousands of gallons of water that leaked from rifle bullet holes discovered in the townís water tower.

The town of Maiden relies on the tower that holds 750,000 gallons of water. Residents told investigators that they had heard the gunshots, but because no one called deputies [editorís note: we assume they thought a mere animal was being killed] and the damage was not discovered until hours later.

The damage is expected to cost between $15,000 and $20,000 to repair, not including the value of the water lost during the Southeastís worst drought in more than a century.

[Editorís note: So sad! How much longer will the gun industry be controlling this country?]

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