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  • Writer's pictureTerry Groves

Makes Me Barf

I read in the news how a judge has determined that a convicted mass murder’s rights were violated when 200 plus telephone conversations he made from prison were recorded without him knowing and that he is due financial compensation.

' What kind of lunacy is this? What about the rights of his victims and their families? Now there is a real violation. I certainly hope some semblance of sanity is applied and, at the very least, any finances granted are immediately given to the families who have suffered a real violation.

In the meantime, I invite this judge to step off the planet.

Those who choose to live outside the law should not be protected by the law.

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