Karma for Cops 

I just read your article about Beau Babka, and I don’t feel a bit sorry for him or anyone like him [“Behind the Badge,” March 13, City Weekly].

I believe in karma; what goes around comes around. Doesn’t he realize just how many people he has practically put in the same position that he is in?

The legislators make up victimless so-called crimes so they can rip off people’s money and put it in their general fund that benefits them and whoever works for them. The police cause these people to lose their money and jobs as their families go without because of fines and legal feels. And less income coming in sometimes causes families to break up.

These lawmakers, police, courts and anyone that upholds them better think before they act, or it just might come back and bite them in the ass—just like it did to me.

Shirley Higley
West Valley

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