No justice for Phil |

No justice for Phil

Dear Editor:

I have lived in Aspen since 2006 and have known Phil Sullivan almost as long. The fact that a man who does nothing but help people get home, is in jail for doing just that, is ridiculous.

I know that he has helped me when I have been too drunk to drive, or missed the bus too many times to remember. I cannot even imagine how many people he has stopped from driving drunk in the last month not to mention years, just by doing what he does.

So yeah … let’s put a man who in all reality saves lives in jail for doing just that: saving lives.

Rae Miller


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