Letters to the Editor

No parole, please

Re the March 21 article, Young killers could see reduced sentences: Keep juveniles convicted of murder in prison for life with no parole.

Michael Hernández really deserved the death penalty for his crime.

It was a heinous murder and he should at least be kept behind bars for rest of his life.

He wasn’t insane when he committed his crime and knew what he was doing. He will kill again if paroled.

Parole and no life sentences for juveniles should apply only to non-homicide cases.

Jack J. Russell, Miami

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