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|Tim, we'll have to agree to disagree on this. I believe that not only should they inform the public but it's their duty to. How would you feel, for example, if a loved one were mugged in the park, and rather then reach out to the public for leads, you were told that they just didn't want to give the mugger the recognition that disclosure would give him?
I realize this is a monument, not a person, but I don't believe this is a choice on the part of the NPS. It's their duty. Where does the pick-and-choose disclosure of crimes within our National Parks stop?