Re: "I Am Not a Murderer" article, Dec. 8. I am seldom compelled to write letters to newspapers regarding articles that I have read, but I simply cannot ignore writing about Jaroslav Skoda. His neighbors have every right to live in fear of this man.
Anyone who would strap a handgun to his hip and who could beat an animal almost to death, then throw its body in a trash can, would seem to be very capable of violent actions.
It isn't Skoda who should be building eight-foot walls around his house but his neighbors.