Please, withhold judgment |

Please, withhold judgment

Dear Editor:I ask that those who know my son Chris, and me, withhold judgment of the years-old convictions that landed him in jail.Chris is no danger to anyone. He has lovingly cared for me during my recuperation from a stroke. I love him dearly! He has full-blown AIDS, is under medication and hospital treatments. He has an excellent doctor (i.e. under a death sentence).This is the first time in 40 years that my family’s dirty linen has been aired publicly, (out of eight children). What made my daughter so vindictive is beyond me.Taylor GamblinAspen

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