As a close friend of the Sipray family, I am disturbed by the recent news article concerning the plea agreement in the murder of Harold Sipray. After reading the story, and then the statement made by the D.A. saying "satisfactory conclusion to the case for everyone involved," what about the victim's family and friends?
When a person is shot in the face, is found to be still alive, shot a second time and then his truck stolen, I think this type of crime demands justice. In this case I think justice is clearly not served.
I am appalled that the cold-blooded murder and other felonies committed on Mr. Sipray demand justice and not a plea arrangement.
What is happening to our judicial system to allow this to happen?
Samuel Demientieff, Fairbanks
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