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     March 5, 2021      #93-64 KDJ

Early release of child killer isn't justice 

By Ron Jackson

The dead cannot cry out for justice. It is a duty of the living to do so for them.”
 — Lois McMaster Bujold

Justice can be defined as a concept of fair and equitable implementation of laws and procedures after a crime has been committed. It can also be considered mitigated revenge. It can be arbitrary and subjective. It can be swift. It can be lingering.

Justice lasted just 24 years for Quortney Kley. On Feb. 25, 1997, Quortney was just 20 months old when she was sexually assaulted and murdered. Her killer, Cayce Williams, 23, at the time, pleaded guilty and was given a ...

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