BEATING: Courts, get tough

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Milestone Decisions, a “care” facility for “vulnerable” adults, hired William Robertson Jr. after doing a background check; or not, to care for vulnerable people. Then he “accidentally” hit Clint McDonald in the mouth, trying to take his T-shirt off! BALONEY!

Robertson has two priors. Knowing that, why did Milestone Decisions hire him? How did the injury to Clint’s genitals happen? Robertson should be fired if he already hasn’t been, and spend time in jail, at least 30 days or more.

Our courts are way too easy with criminals and give them options of this, or that. What option did the person have when he was abused?

NONE.

MARY JANE HAHN

Post Falls

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