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Peace undeserved

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In response to Robert Engel's letter “Hero at rest” in which he says to the late Nelson Mandela, “Rest in peace, hero. Rest in peace,” my letter goes like this: May you not rest in peace, terrorist. May you not rest in peace.

The only ones who should be allowed to rest in peace are the innocent victims who were murdered, tortured or blown up by the communist terrorist leader Nelson Mandela.

Jesse Sprague

West View

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