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I strongly disagree with you [News, “I’m Mad as Hell and I’m Not Going to Take It Anymore,” Derek Kinner, Aug. 6]. Ms. Corey has the right to hold back information and also has the right by law to charge anyone for those records. The State Attorney’s Office has the obligation to protect the privacy of the accused. I would hope if I have records at the State Attorney’s Office that they would do everything to protect my privacy. It also sounds like Ms. Corey perhaps needs to hire more employees to just copy and release records, which can be very time-consuming. As far as her treatment of juveniles, I think she is trying to show them that crime does not pay and that they should think before they act.
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THE INEXORABLE JAY FANT Wednesday, August 20
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Folio Weekly: Do you have a wine collection? Justin Tichy: Yeah, I have a pretty big collection. I consume a lot of wine in my household; it's kind of a daily thing, it goes with all the food and relaxing. So I buy a lot of value wine on closeout …
IT'S FACEBOOK'S WORLD NOW Wednesday, August 20
Up-and-coming Sicilian mobster Domenico Palazzotto, 28, was outed in August by Italy's L'Espresso magazine as the owner of an ineffectively pseudonymous Facebook page showing off his muscled, bare-chested body and perhaps recruiting members. One fan …
CAN'T POSSIBLY BE TRUE Wednesday, August 20
A jury's murder conviction, and the 15-to-life sentence it carried, against Daniel Floyd in Brooklyn, New York, for a 2008 killing went for naught in July when the Brooklyn Supreme Court ordered a retrial (with witnesses forced to testify all over …
I (HEART) STRANGERS Wednesday, August 20
Two 30-something men knocked on the door of a Sebastian, Texas, woman's home at 12:30 a.m. on Aug. 3, asking for water and if they could please come inside to charge their cellphone — and the woman apparently cheerfully invited them in, later …
TAKE UP A HOBBY Wednesday, August 20
One of the emerging occupational skills for emergency medical technicians, according to first responders interviewed in a June Wall Street Journal feature, is to hold up blankets at accident scenes — to block onlookers from their apparently …
 
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