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Media crucifying Deen

A wonderful, caring and loving woman, Paula Deen, has been slandered. Although I haven’t ever met her, I believe what I have seen on TV and other media appearances; she is that type of person.

She has been crucified and wounded by the media and the person who is taking her to court. She has lost everything she has worked for all her life.

Let us remember the words of a great prophet who once said, “He who is without sin, cast the first stone.” Personally I believe that no one alive has the right to cast the first stone.

John Sharpe
Fayetteville, Ga.

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what they are doing in Savannah right now. How is it that this is news there and no reporting of it being done here. How much money will Cox spend to drag this out?

http://savannahnow.com/news/2013-07-11/ajc-wsb-tv-challenge-sealed-docs-...

What is the law concerning this?

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