alert? We're going to turn, now, to the giddy boy scout leaders who could face charges for toppling a 2 million-year-old rock formation. They taped it all and are speaking out. But so are park rangers... See More
alert? We're going to turn, now, to the giddy boy scout leaders who could face charges for toppling a 2 million-year-old rock formation. They taped it all and are speaking out. But so are park rangers who are extremely angry. Abc's aditi roy has the story. Wiggle it. Just a little bit. Reporter: This video is the center of a firestorm. It shows a utah man knocking over a rock. And his cohorts erupting in glee, despite nationwide outrage, he said he would do it again. Would I do it again? A little differently, but, yes. We would have done it right. Reporter: The toppled rock, a jurassic era relic, called a goblin. The majesty of these were so striking, that they were a backdrop for "city slickers 2." Far from a laughing matter, the video prompted a criminal investigation. And the outrage of the boy scouts organization. Which said in a statement, the isolated actions of these individuals are absolutely counter to our beliefs and what we teach. Hi. Reporter: This is the guy who pushed the boulder, glen taylor. His 21-year-old son, all boy scout leaders, say despite the antics of the video, their mission was safety. Worried the rock was loose and might fall. Any sane person would have walked by and said this is coming down. Reporter: Park ranger jeff rasmussen doesn't buy it. I don't believe any of the rock formations were toppling over on anybody. I worked for utah state parks for 22 years and haven't found anything. The boy scouts didn't teach me to do this way. Reporter: One tip causing an avalanche of controversy. Aditi roy, abc news, highland, utah. Moving on, now. As we come off this week where
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