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It makes me sick every time I read about killers such as Kevin Murphy (“Jury convicts Murphy in triple murders at Loyalhanna business,” May 4 and TribLIVE.com) wanting mercy for their crimes. I say show them the same mercy that they showed their victims!

Mercy is for those truly repentant of their crimes (sins) and is for God alone to judge. Therefore, I say expedite them to God's court and let mercy be decided there.

In the meantime, that will help the law-abiding taxpayers find some relief in not having to care for them for a lifetime. Balance the scales of justice and the budget.

Eileen Condie

Hempfield

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