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7 serving time in prison for felony sentences from 2012

January 5, 2013

ESCANABA — Defendants sentenced to major felonies in Delta, Schoolcraft and Menominee counties in 2012 remain in prisons throughout the state, including seven individuals from criminal cases......

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Jan-07-13 4:15 PM

For God's sake does the city have a wood chipper to take care of this scum?

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Jan-07-13 11:08 AM

Its unfortunate for the families of these felons, but perhaps these people should've thought about what their families would endure before they committed the crimes. What about the respect deserved of the victims and their families and having the public reminded of the attrocites these "people" have committed so they are not forgotten?

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Jan-07-13 10:49 AM

You've got to be kidding. They committed crimes that landed them in prison with no concern for the victims, and obviously had no concern for their own families or getting their names in the paper. But you're going to jump on the writer of the article? Criminals have a right to keep their names out of the paper by not committing crimes, but that was too hard to do for them.

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Jan-06-13 10:01 PM

This is for Jenny Lancour! I realize these people are criminals but don't you think there families have suffered enough embarrassment ? No you decide to just keep running them threw the mud. You're one of the worst journalists ever known to man. If you where in a big city you'd be flipping burgers. Show some respect for people!

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