Inmates battling COVID in the desert
LIHU‘E — Ku‘ulei Alapai is scared her brother will return to Hawai‘i in a body bag.
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Hang on, let me grab my violin for these poor victims of society. Sorry, I save my compassion for people who don’t break into houses and take things that don’t belong to them. Yes, everyone deserves a second chance, but I’m guessing that these criminals were given all sorts of third, fourth and fifth chances before they decided on one more burglary and theft to finance their ice habit. Gavel down, next case, bailiff.
Well, I don’t know… maybe next time he will think about the consequences of his actions. He is just another prisoner. Why should he get special treatment?
The lack of compassion and humility that has raged like a virus in the country over the last couple of decades is disgusting. I am very touched by Donald Heacock’s offer, and hope that he and Edward will be successful in implementing it.