Boulder-toppling incident in Utah park causes controversy

10/23/2013 | CNN

Three men who were leading a group of Boy Scouts recently toppled a natural rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park in Utah. The act was captured on video, and the men "are currently under criminal investigation," according to a park official. One of the men said the rock was unstable and suggested that it seemed to be a safety hazard. The incident has received extensive attention on social media, where observers have expressed a variety of opinions on the issue.

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