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I beg to differ with the April 26 editorial, "Let's respond to Boston with vigilance, not prejudice." It's evident that vigilance is not the complete answer.

After the first World Trade Center bombing, then the distraction of the twin towers, Pentagon building, the downing of the four airliners and now the Boston massacre, I ask this question: how many thousands more will have to die, how many hundreds more will be maimed and how many crippled before any of our liberal politicians, liberal leaders and liberal press will recognize that those murderers have all got one thing in common — they all belong to one religious group?

They are not Catholics, Protestants, Jews, Mormons, Hindus or Buddhists. It's time we recognize them. That's not being prejudiced. That's just good common sense.

Kermit Erickson

Sidney

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