posted on Oct, 28 2013 @ 09:03 PM
I too feel a little sad for this fellow.
Granted, yes, he was stealing to subsidize his survival in the wild, but, it's not like he was stealing bling, credit cards, cars, computers, people's
identities, or anything on the order of what the suits on Wall Street, or inside the DC beltway are stealing.
Additionally, he's showed no threat to anyone.
He's not ruining anyone's lives, other than perhaps his own, but the latter is entirely a matter of philosophical debate.
I'm going to bet this fellow vanishes as soon as he's out of eyeball's range, back to the wilderness, but, perhaps another area after picking up any
caches he's stored around his old stomps.
The one question he asked the judges indicates above average intelligence, though it also indicates an ingrained affiliation with paranoia, but, all
in all, the man was no threat or harm to anyone, and beyond getting some fingers wagged at him and a little bit of stink-eye for making off with some
trail mix, or other inconsequentials, attempting to put a societal leash on the fellow, to me, equates to cruel.
edit on 10/28/2013 by AliceBleachWhite because: (no reason given)