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Topic - Jennifer Norris
"While other moderate and minor level threats including historic logging, mining, grazing pressures and recreational use were evaluated, they were not considered significant factors in our determination," Jennifer Norris, the service's Sacramento field supervisor, said in a news release.
"First of all, we may be too fearful to go to the commander because they might be really good friends with the person who actually did the crime. The commander could be the one who did the crime," Ms. Norris told NBC News on Tuesday.