Green River Star -

By Tom Gagnon
Guest Columnist 

A jolting experience leads to gun control thoughts


Finding the body was a jolting experience.

The skull was facing upwards. He had a full row of upper teeth, but the lower jaw was gone. What might have been a t-shirt covered his upper rib cage, but it looked like animals had been gnawing. Arm bones stuck out the left sleeve, and some lower vertebrae were exposed. It looked like the pants were blue jeans, but now they had many holes and tears, and bones whitened in the desert air. His hiking boots were of the common design.

Later, a sheriff’s deputy would find a .22 pistol under the corpse of Professor Jerry O. Wolff. He had killed h...

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