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Criminal justice for her crime has been set forth. Forgiveness from God will take a lot of prayer for a long period of time, along with other actions on her part. Forgiveness from her church will take a long time and may never come in this life.
I hope that families affected can find in time forgiveness for Susan. However not for her sake, but for their own.
We as a public cannot forget what she and others like her have done for our own protection, But, I do not agree with permanently throwing her under the bus. Let us she what she does for her self with the 15 years prison plus probation she has to work with. That will tell if it is an act or genuine.
Apr 14, 2011
The issue with the Catholic Church was with pedophile priests. This is just a member. How can you lump them together as the same.Apr 14, 2011
talk about bigotry and stereotyping, lumping groups of people you don't know into one category. Apr 14, 2011
It is sad to see that these men probably have lost their lives over this search for gold. It is saddest to know that they were looking in the wrong place. Many have assumed that the “needle’s eye” in the clue left by the Dutchman is Weaver’s Needle, which has focused the search in the Superstition wilderness area. The best experts believe that such is not the case, that the real “needle’s eye” is Pinnacle Peak, north of Scottsdale and that the real stash of the Dutchman is in that area. Geology/rock formations make gold bearing ore much more likely in that area also.
Jul 21, 2010
This is sad, but the Lost Dutchman's mine is not in the Superstitions. It is north of Pinnacle Peak somewhere in the deserts between North Phoenix/Scottsdale and Camp Verde. Jul 13, 2010