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Letter: Poor misunderstood murderers

In Kellie Carpenter’s “Don’t clear a path for war” Feb. 26 letter, she states, “The brutal murders, child recruitment, sexual enslavement of women and girls and other violence perpetrated by the Islamic State are sickening, and I believe the U.S. must respond. However, we must not act in ways that fuel more violence.”

When she is done drinking her Kool-Aid, maybe she should watch “Taken.” Don’t ever mess with a little girl. Big mistake. Maybe she could sit down with Delta Force, Marine Recon and the Navy SEALs to try and find a peaceful way to stop the kidnappings and God knows what else these poor misunderstood murderers want.

David Olexsak

Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Aspen

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