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By Dayle Amundson


March 17, 2006

I was under the impression that lying was one of the ten commandments that you weren't supposed to break.

Does that mean if you are law enforcement you can change GOD'S laws?

It's okay then?

About the Waterman case... What was law enforcement doing when this teenage girl was allegedly having sex with adults? What about the old saying 16 will get you 20? I think the law let this child down! Not to mention her family. It's time for a change. We need to be one Nation UNDER GOD again.

Dayle Amundson
Ketchikan, AK - USA

About: Dayle Amundson was born and raised in Ketchikan. He has been a resident his entire life.


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