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Sullivan punished for his good deeds

Dear Editor:

It’s a horrible thing for a good Samaritan to be imprisoned for trying to help the people who can’t or don’t help themselves. Do you know how many people would’ve been found in snowbanks, or received DUIs or possibly injured or killed someone by driving drunk?! Phil has never done anything that would hurt anyone or this city. It’s a piss-poor way to thank kindness.

Free Phil Sullivan. Maybe focus more energy on the douchebags who go around ruffy-ing people at bars, driving drunk, beating people up, stealing peoples personal belongings at bars – all of which have transpired in the last week while the city is so worried about jailing good Samaritans.

Lisa Willison


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