Keller Should Be Charged

RECEIVED Fri., Jan. 22, 2010

Dear Editor,
    Re: “Public Humiliation Is Punishment Enough” [Newsdesk, Jan. 20]: No. Public humiliation is not enough. Sharon Keller's decision cost a human life. She should not be given immunity from prosecution. Keller should be criminally charged, and her case decided by a jury. I sparked a federal investigation that ended with the conviction of my own attorney and judge. What was discovered is state oversight commissions do not police their judges, they protect them.
Nancy Swan
Mobile, Ala.
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