Monday, August 25, 2014
Innocent man died because of unprofessional actions

I hardly ever, almost never, agree with the comments of John Donnelly. Usually, I cannot understand his point. But his letter in the Aug. 2 Citizen regarding the death of tourist Charles Eimers goes right to a conclusion anyone can agree with: Eimers was manhandled to the point of being murdered.

Not being an attorney, I don't know what class of homicide it is, but homicide...

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