Milwaukee columnist sees nothing wrong with decision to put cop killers back on street

May 23rd, 2006

In today’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel columnist column Eugene Kane laments that Lenard Wells (the head of the parole board who recently released two cop killers) resigned his position.

Kane says:

It’s a sorry development from where I sit. Wells was an impressive appointee for Doyle’s administration who provided a valuable voice in the parole process. His critics called into question a perfectly legitimate administrative decision, best cialis try based on statutes that preceded the state’s strict truth-in-sentencing law.

Later Kane says:

“You know politics are tough when a good man like Wells gets treated like he’s part of the problem when he’s actually part of the solution.”

Which makes me wonder what “solution” requires putting two convicted cop killers back on the street.

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