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Defendants question lawsuit from rock formation tumbler

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Updated: 10/22/2013 12:34 pm
By Devone Dolan
NBC News

SALT LAKE CITY — The plot has thickened in the case of the Utah Boy Scout leader caught on tape knocking over an ancient rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park.
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Glenn Taylor claimed he was protecting people from the fragile rock just weeks after he filed a lawsuit saying he suffered serious, permanent and debilitating injuries in a car crash four years ago.

Alan MacDonald and his 16-year-old daughter, Cassie MacDonald, who was the driver of the car that hit Taylor's vehicle, are named in the lawsuit. The MacDonalds are outraged over the video of Taylor pushing the heavy rock.

"I was surprised that the man who pushed over this 2,000-pound rock formation was the one suing me for disability," Cassie said.


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