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Question of the Week:
Do you think that women in abusive relationships should be prosecuted
for murder if they kill their husbands?
"Two wrongs don't make a right.
They should be prosecuted."
"Each case should be treated indi
"Every case is different."
"If you do the crime, you do the
"Each case should be tried indi
vidually, especially if it is self-defense.
But all murderers should go to jail."
"It depends on the circumstances.
Yes, if it is pre-meditated. No, if it is an
act of passion."
"They should not be charged with
premeditated murder but maybe with
manslaughter. What they have been
through should be taken into consider
"Yes, murder is wrong. If they
needed help, they should have gotten
out of that situation."
^The Giving Tree is a tree full of wish lists from three
Feeling alone? In need of o companion?
not-so-fortunate families sponsored by the senior class
and Interact (shelter for battered women).
Are you on animal lover?
WHEN: November 14 - December 8
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, the
S.P.CA. can help you.
The S.P.CA. has many animals who are just waiting for
you to take them home!
WHERE: Johnson Hall
QUESTIONS: HoUle Goins X7897
If you wish to help these families, please go hy Johnson Hall
If you would like to adopt a pet, please call the S.P.CA.
and select an angel from the Giving Tree.
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