Thursday, February 02, 2006

Put the camera down slowly

Larry CsonkaOh how the mighty have fallen. 34 years after participating in the perfect season, former Miami Dolphins running back Larry Csonka pleaded guilty to filming on national forest lands. Apparently it’s illegal to conduct professional activities in a national forest without special-use permits.

So that means there are people roaming our national parks looking for film crews to bust? What kind of work experience do you need to land that gig?

Csonka agreed to fork over $3,887 to our government as a penalty for filming several shows on U.S. Forest Service land, said assistant U.S. attorney Jim Goeke. Aren’t there a bunch of terrorists at Guantanamo Bay that Goeke & company could focus their attention on or something?


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