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November 07, 2011

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Michael Robert Lockridge

Not everyone who is faced with dealing with things like the aftermath of these riots is capable of doing so with compassion and a passion for balance and fairness. Most of those who have been injured or adversely affected by events tend to long for a justice that has a semblance to vengeance. To recognize that EVERYONE involved has a perspective and a back-story is an unusually compassionate perspective. Some will point and declare disloyalty for their own particular cause or purpose. That is sad, but inevitable.

I applaud your effort and hope you will disseminate what you learn.

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