Letter – Apology is not enough

Re: Editor's Note - Discovering our true self, Aug. 2-8

Apology is not enough

Re: Editor’s Note – Discovering our true self, Aug. 2-8

What else is there to do but feel sorry for a person with character like that. We all make mistakes, but this running act seems to have come from his fundamental core as I doubt there was any thinking involved — he just panicked.

I do not believe an apology is enough, especially since you and others have put the apology idea into his head. I think his driver’s license needs to be removed for 18 years. Anyway, it is human nature to hold hope that people like this will learn and grow into better human beings. In the meantime, will anyone else date him?

Tina Talbot,via facebook

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