Free

I feel so free this morning. I don’t have to go to court or worry about it any more. Twelve people looked at what Manling did and acknowledged the gravity of it – the evil of the act. And they chose a punishment that they felt reflected the horribleness of what she did. Whatever you think of the death penalty, that means something. It was probably the hardest thing they ever had to do, and I want to thank them all for giving me the freedom to go to sleep at night without dreading the next day. For placing value on the three precious lives lost. Thank you. And, Monkey. Monkey, always.

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