While I'm sorry for the trauma that was suffered here, it sure seems that Eli was so drunk that he thought this was his own home and that he was locked out of it. There was no violence against the women that I can see in the story. If he had gotten in he probably would have wanted to know what they were doing in his house. He is paying a very high price in loosing his half of the business, not to mention the legal problems this will bring and I can only imagine what it must be like at his home right now. I hope he gets the help he needs, and I would like to think that his ex partner won't be penalized for something he had nothing to do with. Why are people so quick to judge when they don't have the facts.
Why are they even considering putting Bohn into the position that the voters clearly didn't want him in? Something smells bad here.
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In Print This Week:
Oct 27, 2016
vol XXVII issue 43
An American Genocide
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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