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Sentence of Huttenbacks

September 16, 1988

This is in regard to the so-called sentencing of the Huttenbacks. If these people had been common everyday people, they would now be serving time in prison. Since when does position play such an important role in a criminal conviction? How much more flagrant a disregard of the law than by a person who definitely--without any doubt--had foreknowledge of his wrongdoing.

This man and woman are humiliated, embarrassed? The interests of justice are served? This has to be some macabre joke on our so-called justice system. People like this are constantly and consistently abusing the system. I feel it is time the people put an end to this bigoted rot. There is either justice for all--or none.

This Huttenback steals one-quarter of a million dollars and gets probation? Surely our system is jesting.

This man has no remorse, and probably wishes he had gotten away with more. At least he has a home to return to; many people today do not.

HENRY E. SNYDER

Glendora

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