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Their efforts became public in the interest of transparency and in the interest of sending important messages--a message such as showing that prominent folks won’t get special treatment in our courts, a message that creates a deterrent for other would-be child molesters, a message that encourages other sex crime victims to step forward.Those messages were outlined by Zahnd in his defense testimony. Tell me again who forced them to write those letters?By the way, let’s not forget letters sent to the judge are a matter of public record, this is not protected material.How is it possible to publicly shame someone who voluntarily inserted themselves into a public proceeding?It’s not like Zahnd was giving away salacious details or talking about any letter writers’ family secrets in his press release.He simply identified them by name and listed their publicly-known occupations. If the folks felt shame for voluntarily sending those letters, they publicly shamed themselves. That public shaming, if they felt it, was self-inflicted. My guess would be this would get overturned on appeal. It’s the season of snowflakes and this recommendation reeks of a snowflake mentality.Now go forth in your search of a world where everyone has the same opinion as you. ****** You may think the name of the song to which I’m referring is called “So This Is Christmas.” Because that’s how the song begins. ) in the darkroom of our family-owned newspaper/printing plant.Happy Christmas (War Is Over) by John Lennon is a top three Christmas song. ****** My Christmas season officially begins the first time I hear that song on the radio. ****** I heard Happy Christmas (War Is Over) on the radio for the first time this year about 15 minutes ago. ****** Last year I paid a fee to download Happy Christmas (War Is Over) to my cell phone. My dad, only 50 years old and a Type A personality always full of either fury or laughter depending upon how things were going at that particular moment, had died very unexpectedly from a heart attack a few months prior.

For the letter writers: Here’s your participation ribbon.Here is what the panel’s thought process must have been: For the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel led by attorney Nancy Ripperger, who by the way was stitched a clown suit by Zahnd’s legal team multiple times in the eight hours of testimony I observed: Here, Nancy, this recommendation of a reprimand is a “you tried hard” participation ribbon.You didn’t get the grand prize you asked for, which was a six month suspension of Zahnd’s license.I remember John Lennon’s Happy Christmas (War Is Over) playing on the darkroom radio over and over that Christmas season.Lennon’s tone matched my half mellow, half mad at the world mood at the time.

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