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took 300 Feds, 30 days, to find a guy, Grand

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Canyon National park(pretty BARREN AND EXPOSED) much of that area,in 1991,and he didn't even SHOOT at them. :)they had radios, CHOPPER help, all the "good citizens" calling in on phone if saw any sign of the fugitive, etc. Alone, you can chase himfor YEARS, and never see him again.
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You aren't that skilled. You will probably die from drinking your own urine because they will be watching the water holes.

You've obviously never traveled AZ much. The Grand Canyon is only arid and barren inside of it. Outside of the trench itself you are in a thick forest much of the time. He spent his time further south of the Grand Canyon, in the forests around Flagstaff and to the south of the town.

Danny Ray Horning, aka 'Rambo of the Rim' who's now on Death Row in California, was 20 years younger than you are now, in primo physical condition, grew up in the area and knew it well, and was an expert woodsman, an area which you've shown to be sorely lacking in.

He was also in some of he ruggedest terrain in the USA. He also pulled that stunt just at the time that the State's main tracker went under the knife for open heart surgery.
Gunkid, your lack of knowledge of practical fieldcraft and land navigation will only lead to your quick and painless death.
And all it took to bag GK was a phone call. ~>;-)
The feds were not going all out to kill him. They were not on 'shoot on sight'. They were not willing to mine and boobytrap. There were lots of things they could have done if they didn't want him alive and did not care about the law.
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