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Letter to the Editor
Tuesday, April 16, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

In light of the murderous bombings at the Boston marathon, I have a suggestion: a ban on bombs.

I'm a genius! I should be in Congress.

I realize there are already laws against murdering innocent human beings, but maybe a new law banning bombs will convince some dastardly guy from building one with the intent of creating murder and mayhem.

Any reasonable-thinking fella with a conscience would not want to break a law, right?

Beverly Close

Lower Burrell

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