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Murder-suicides tragic

How unfortunate it is these days that some people believe it is correct to kill their spouses and then themselves? They think somehow that together they will be eternally soul mates. Does anyone read the Bible?

In regard to killers, they are hell-bound. Just down the block, I observed the removal of a tiny, cranberry draped shape being put into a makeshift hearse. Immediately after, another body was placed next to it. This one twice the size. Later, I found it to be two elderly people who lived only four houses down.

She trusted this man to live out her life with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. My wish is that if you are tired of caring for a terminally ill person, find a facility. Explaining to a little great-grandchild that her granny was murdered by grandpa is not an option.

Thanks for your consideration in this shocking matter.

Connie Lee

Spokane



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