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Reader Opinion: Page A7 for mass murder?

The Brainerd Dispatch of Friday Nov. 9, 2018, buried the awful story of another mass murder in California on Page A7! The front page had a large picture of icicles forming on reeds (oh my) along with articles that were interesting but front page ...

The Brainerd Dispatch of Friday Nov. 9, 2018, buried the awful story of another mass murder in California on Page A7! The front page had a large picture of icicles forming on reeds (oh my) along with articles that were interesting but front page worthy? Hardly, not compared to another mass murder where our U.S. Congress and President Trump do nothing-other than offer thoughts and prayers. How sad that the Dispatch has become so accustomed to mass murder that the horrible murder of 11 innocent people is buried on Page A7. It's very disturbing that the Dispatch is choosing to ignore the top national news story of the day .

Tim DeJonghe

Garrison

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