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Italian justice system has good intentions but bad consequences

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Italian justice system has good intentions but bad consequences Re March 28 AP article, “Amanda Knox case puts Italian justice system under scrutiny”: Was Dante writing about the Italian criminal justice system when he wrote of Limbo, the first circle of Hell, in his “Inferno?” No, he couldn’t have. That was 700 years ago. But he certainly appears prophetic today in light of the recent developments in the never-ending Amanda Knox case. Those current machinations ...


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wmarincic
April 2, 2013
7:59 a.m.

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Some very good well thought out letters today. Bravo.

muggy
April 2, 2013
8:12 a.m.

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Joanne. Did you happen to notice that our newly minted Assemblyman, Angelo Santabarbara voted AGAINST the amendment to put funding back into the budget for the developmentally disabled? What an outrage.

Newsworthy
April 2, 2013
9:05 p.m.

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Fisherman's perspective seems a bit selfish. You really don't want to take constructive action that may save many people from the damages of flooding, just so you can rip open the mouth of a fish with a hook? I bet you don't live in the Stockade.

Mallory
April 4, 2013
4:12 p.m.

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Muggy perhaps he voted against the amendment because instead of trying to make a publicity stunt, he fought to get $30 Million (plus $30 Million in matching funds) put back in the budget?

I can't believe that you would question Santabarbara on this issue when his son is autistic...

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