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Letter to the editor: Bill Peduto, Pittsburgh officials should be charged

I must heartily disagree with your editorial “Prosecuting Peduto for gun ban is wrong move” that said Pittsburgh politicians should not be charged criminally in their ploy to win votes by passing an illegal ordinance.

I saw several of the egotists state they were aware it would be against both the U.S. and Pennsylvania constitutions, but they would do it anyway. Such arrogance needs addressed in the most severe manner. There are some streets in the city for which I believe the speed limit is too low. Can I just exceed them and say I don’t believe in them, so take no action against me?

Being elected officials, they should be expected to obey the law and not think they are above reproach. A little jail time is a good lesson.

Allen Clark


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