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So this mini-rant may come in a future Landmark Live episode. ****** As you’ll see inside this issue, the three-person disciplinary panel consisting of two lawyers and one lay person have recommended the lowest of discipline against Platte County Prosecutor Eric Zahnd for allegedly trying to “publicly shame” writers who sent letters in support of leniency for a confessed child molester. Some high profile members of the Dearborn community wrote letters to a judge seeking leniency for a confessed child molester who also happened to be a high profile member of the Dearborn community.

It will happen whenever the mood strikes, which means if there were a camera in front of me at this moment it would be happening right now. By doing so, they voluntarily inserted themselves into a public court proceeding.

How is it possible to publicly shame someone who voluntarily inserted themselves into a public proceeding?

It’s not like Zahnd was giving away salacious details or talking about any letter writers’ family secrets in his press release.

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Now go forth in your search of a world where everyone has the same opinion as you. ****** You may think the name of the song to which I’m referring is called “So This Is Christmas.” Because that’s how the song begins. ) in the darkroom of our family-owned newspaper/printing plant.

I’ve said it previously and I’ll repeat it here: if you are happy for anything less, that’s a dangerous attitude.

Dangerous to our society, dangerous to anyone who has to be involved in the court process, whether it be as a defendant, a witness or a crime victim.

Those messages were outlined by Zahnd in his defense testimony. Tell me again who forced them to write those letters?

Tell me again who is to blame for any shame they may have felt? Our courts are designed to operate in a public, transparent fashion.

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