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Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Where lawlessness may roam?

Yellowstone: The "Prefect Crime" Zone?

By RICHARD MORIN
Washington Post Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Congress goofed in 1890 when it made Wyoming the 44th state, says an associate law professor at Michigan State University.

By leaving a 50-square-mile sliver of Yellowstone National Park in eastern Idaho, Congress might have produced a lawless oasis smack in the heart of God's Country -- a place where people could get away with crimes because of a quirk of the law, Brian Kalt contends.

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