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I was watching the live feed of the Trinity County Board of Supervisor’s meeting on YouTube (now on Dero Forslund channel); at around two hours and three minutes the board talked about 5.1 Adopt a resolution which deems any premeditated, willful and wanton slaying of Bigfoot a misdemeanor punishable by a fine and/or imprisonment in Trinity County Jail. No fiscal impact.

Toward the end Sheriff Tim Saxon got up and said that if someone got shot in a Bigfoot suit it would be more than a misdemeanor. I agree it would be murder to kill someone in a suit. It would be murder to kill a real Bigfoot.

There are too many sightings around and too many scientific studies to prove that he is real. Just because you do not believe in something does not make it go away. You believe in God without proof, you have faith. Will in the Bible talks about the sons of God coming to the earth and begot giants among men. There is a lost book of the Bible (yes man has changed the Bible) that talks about the Daughters of God that came to the earth and begot giants. They were hairy and stayed in the fields with the animals, but they were still the rulers of the land.

I have worked with men that have to shave their neck to their chest; they are most likely an ancestor to the Daughters’ children. So I agree with the sheriff, not only would it be murder to kill a man in a suit, it would be murder to kill Bigfoot. He might be your relative.

This resolution was tabled to another time. Please ask to make it more than a misdemeanor, like murder one.

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