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Don't railroad Workman

I have been following with interest the case against Nancy Workman. When I read the column written by Doug Robinson, I finally had to comment.

It was my impression that in the United States, a person was innocent until proven guilty. Mr. Robinson had Nancy Workman trussed up and served on a platter even before her preliminary hearing, as did many others.

This case smells more and more of dirty politics. You men act like a pack of wolves going in for the kill. Give the lady her day in court.

I do not know Nancy Workman, but I hate to see a bunch of aggressive men railroad her. She's really done a bang-up job as mayor. People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

Shirley Latteier

Salt Lake City