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The Julie Amero saga is finally over

November 21st 2008 in Uncategorized

But, she had to agree to plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge of “disorderly conduct”, to finally see an end to her nightmare.  She had to pay a fine of $100 and give up her license to teach in Connecticut.

Cite: http://sunbeltblog.blogspot.com/2008/11/breaking-julie-amero-horror-is-over.html

The Prosecutor, David Smith, added insult to injury by saying to the Court that he felt that they still had a case and that they were only allowing an end to proceedings because of Julie’s declining health.  It seems to me that Mr Smith is doing one of two things – he is trying to save face (good luck with that) or he still really doesn’t get it.  The way that this sage ended makes me fear that what happened to Julie may happen again.

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