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    Ledge of Gold in the Superstitions

    A HIGH LEDGE BETWEEN THE JUNCTION OF 2 CANYONS, AND NEAR A HIGH PEAK
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    If you give me your address i will buy you the same camera i bought for my granddaughter. It has a 10x optical zoom andfor an 8 year old she takes some very clear pictures even from afar. Pm me your address if you dont want it on the thread. No need to thank me. Just want to help out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by i am the horse View Post
    If you give me your address i will buy you the same camera i bought for my granddaughter. It has a 10x optical zoom andfor an 8 year old she takes some very clear pictures even from afar. Pm me your address if you dont want it on the thread. No need to thank me. Just want to help out.
    ������ this guy

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    Wow John, that's really, well, it's something. I'll bet you I've found more gold here than you've found there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    Wow John, that's really, well, it's something. I'll bet you I've found more gold here than you've found there.
    ROTFL
    Anything That Comes Out of The Dirt Is Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    Wow John, that's really, well, it's something. I'll bet you I've found more gold here than you've found there.
    well, ain't that special... good for you

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    Nice Minerals on that ledge John, good silver ore.
    What does the real gold ledge look like? Take a look.
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    Theres gold in them hills
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    And ledges
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    I was just posting about a ledge I found, not saying it's "the ledge"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sailaway View Post
    Nice Minerals on that ledge John, good silver ore.
    What does the real gold ledge look like? Take a look.
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    A little to much out of focus, To see a gold ledge.

    wrmickel1

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    One thing about finding an exposed gold ledge; how could anybody not get right up on it, once they find one? I don't care how little water I had left, how little food, or how much sun. I would not leave the mountains until I touched it to make sure of what it was.

    Fuzzy pictures and stories don't get me excited. Pictures of a chunk of rich ore you chipped off the ledge sitting in your hand DO! I think most of us here feel the same way.

    Mike
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    ............... ALWAYS REMEMBER: When you make a typo, the errorists win...................Aloha Snackbar!

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    The following criminal offences raise particular concerns for freedom of expression

    (1) "Criminal incitement" means the advocacy of crime, malicious damage or injury to property of any other. Property damage is damage to or the destruction of public or private property.
    (2) A person commits the offense of criminal incitement if the person purposely or knowingly advocates the commission of a crime.
    18 U.S. Code § 2102
    Scope of criminal liability.
    A person incurs inchoate criminal liability when he incites another person to commit a crime, either incitement or solicitation. Advocacy of crime in the abstract also incurs criminal liability. All of them may result in criminal liability even if the crime they were intended to bring about does not materialize. Thus, the crime of incitement is committed in the public forum when poster encourages destruction of public property such as "a chunk of rich ore you chipped off the ledge sitting in your hand". Those who publicly support such statements could also be charged with the same offence as co-defendants.
    Federal law says up to 10 years in prison for Incitement to commit a property crime.
    Arizona law states: Damage or removal of natural rocks, vegetation, or public property is prohibited, thus rockhounding on public property, however, is more complicated as no damage can be occurred and area must be restored to natural state.
    Chipping off a chunk of ore from its mother rock is a crime.

    Mineral and Rock Collecting on the National Forests - Forest Service
    Assume personal responsibility to notice if the area may indeed contain archaeological or historical resources and if it does, cease metal detecting and notify a Forest Service office. Not doing so may result in prosecution under the Code of Federal Regulations or ARPA.
    https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE...rdb5261774.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailaway View Post
    The following criminal offences raise particular concerns for freedom of expression


    Scope of criminal liability.
    A person incurs inchoate criminal liability when he incites another person to commit a crime, either incitement or solicitation. Advocacy of crime in the abstract also incurs criminal liability. All of them may result in criminal liability even if the crime they were intended to bring about does not materialize. Thus, the crime of incitement is committed in the public forum when poster encourages destruction of public property such as "a chunk of rich ore you chipped off the ledge sitting in your hand". Those who publicly support such statements could also be charged with the same offence as co-defendants.
    Federal law says up to 10 years in prison for Incitement to commit a property crime.
    Arizona law states: Damage or removal of natural rocks, vegetation, or public property is prohibited, thus rockhounding on public property, however, is more complicated as no damage can be occurred and area must be restored to natural state.
    Chipping off a chunk of ore from its mother rock is a crime.

    Mineral and Rock Collecting on the National Forests - Forest Service
    Assume personal responsibility to notice if the area may indeed contain archaeological or historical resources and if it does, cease metal detecting and notify a Forest Service office. Not doing so may result in prosecution under the Code of Federal Regulations or ARPA.
    https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE...rdb5261774.pdf
    if you think its a crime to pick up a piece of ore what are you doing looking for the ldm?..or any lost mine for that matter?

 

 
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