Separate Facts From Opinion



This is in reference to Dave Engleman's letter in the Aug. 30 issue of the Payson Roundup.

Mr. Kuenzli was not shot for "playing" with his dogs in the forest; he was shot for threatening the life of Mr. Fish, who was acting in self-defense, a right granted by Arizona statutes, among others.

Secondly, this "shaky claim" of possessing a gun to which you refer is the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. I would hardly call this "shaky." This amendment came about from the people wanting a means to resist a repressive government, and had nothing whatsoever to do with "savages."

Lastly, the violent death of any person is tragic; however, if you review the records, your Mr. Kuenzli was not the benevolent saint you attempt to make him out to be.

I suggest you research facts before you state your opinion to the detriment of Fish and the U.S. Constitution.

William Green

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