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The Gamed Inflamed



Great article [“Game Over,” Dec. 10, City Weekly]. I think the writer hit all the important points. Solid piece of journalism. It’s funny how the other news outlets in Utah have stayed away from covering this story.

I think it’s a relevant news story especially in the way it reveals how inept our system is at handling this type of crime, and how incapable it is of enforcing its own laws. Thanks for covering it. I think I’m going to forward it on to my local representatives and see if we can’t get some legislative help to prevent this from happening again.

Allen Stevenson