Guest Editors-Bloggers regarding license suspension after reporting a Bigfoot sighting.
I can guarantee anybody, that if they report a Bigfoot to BLM or USFS their name will never be made public to any police agency. We have a very strict anonymous policy. We need people to report it if they encounter them.__________________________________
makes no sence:
Let's see here, if a Bigfoot walks out in front of a car on a highway, like US 101, and if the person reports it, their license is toast. But if they don't, and another car hits the thing and people get killed, then what will they do to you for not reporting it?
Now my husband was a CHP in Redding and he tells me the suspension is just an example to others, that reporting a Sasquatch will not be tolerated. Even though he and I believe they're real, the state doesn't want to hear about reports about it. This practice should be outlawed by all the states, because as a driver you have the obligation to report any unsafe situation.
A question for Dale Saxton
Anonymous asks: Dale, can you say how many people are reporting these things in Oregon?