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Letter: Sentencing was wrong on child molestation conviction

Delores Almendinger (March 28), you took the words right out of my mouth! When I read the article in the Pioneer dated March 16 regarding the sentencing of Eugene Strowbridge, I was appalled! What kind of message is this sending: "If it's your fi...

Delores Almendinger (March 28), you took the words right out of my mouth! When I read the article in the Pioneer dated March 16 regarding the sentencing of Eugene Strowbridge, I was appalled! What kind of message is this sending: "If it's your first offense, it's OK, you just can't use your computer?" Whatever!

I too would like to know who the judge was. Child molestation is the most heinous crime and should be punished accordingly. Because no one literally died, he gets probation. Big deal! My gut tells me this is going to continue until he's locked up!

Sherry Mattison

Bemidji

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