Bank Robber Turned in by Son

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  1. PastorSBC1303

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    Fox News did an interview with the 3 sons a few days ago. Good for them.

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    For the sons to NOT turn their father in to police---would have been a crime
     
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    I wonder why the father did this. Pretty bizarre. Very hard on the family, but the sons did do the right thing.
     
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    yes they did the right thing.

    But I cannot imagine what they must be going through. That is a tough one to wrestle with in your life. My prayers go out to them.
     
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    I really feel for these kids, it's a horrorable thing to see someone you love behind bars, and I agree they had to do it.
     
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    Worse than that, it is horrible to see someone you love do horrible things that he himself taught you to abhor.
     
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    Jeff Reardon, one of the top relief pitchers in history, blamed medication for depression after his arrest for a jewelry store robbery.

    As with Reardon, I wonder if Alfred Ginglen may be suffering from a mental dissorder or chemical imbalance. Mr. Ginglen will be 104 years old when he is released from prison, that is if they keep him that long. Best case scenario is prison may be better than a Nursing Home
     
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    They did the right thing.
     
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    Even if it is a family member, if one does not turn the other in, that one is just as guilty, an accomplice
     

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