Monday, November 05, 2018
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Bob Jackson is a retired celebrated Yellow Stone Park Ranger. Bob made the most arrests of poachers in Yellow Stone history and Bob worked the most remote area in the whole of the lower 48 United States. Bob's outspokenness led to Bob's gage order from park services regarding the press. Bob was not allowed to speak with the press.
In 2003 a year before Bob's retirement, Bob gave testimony regarding Sabe. In 2004 Bob retired, and in 2005 Bob authorized the release of his testimony to BFRO.
I think this video is adding to the understanding of what we as investigators should keep in mind when we are out in the field conducting our investigations.
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