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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, May 17, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

Where is our country going? Regardless of the cause, it's wrong to make money over children's blood. Those “Franklin Regional Strong” T-shirts disgrace the students who were injured. How are children able to heal and forget when it is thrown in their faces on shirts? I say, shame on them.

Where is their respect for the students who were injured? I wouldn't want a scholarship from funds raised by those T-shirts.

I pray for the young man accused of this attack. He must be in misery. I pray for his parents also.

We need to give our children the best hero, Jesus. There is no other.

Phyllis Baer

Apollo

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