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Justice doesn’t mean special rules for illegal immigrants

POSTED: June 24, 2011 1:00 a.m.

On the front page of your Tuesday edition, you had a picture of Ricardo Lascares holding a sign that read "justice for all."

I agree wholeheartedly that there should be "justice for all." It's just that my perception of justice and Mr. Lascares' perception are totally different.

He doesn't want what I call justice; he wants special favor for the illegal immigrants who have entered the country without permission.

If you caught a burglar in your house would it be profiling that he was a burglar? Would it be discrimination if you had him arrested? What would be justice for him? Should you just give him what he wants and let him take your belongings home with him, or would you have him arrested and convicted of the crime of burglary? If found guilty he would serve a prison sentence.

That, in my view, is justice.

Ron Bergman
Gainesville



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