Regarding the article Poulsen sentenced to 30 years; Parrett gets 25:
Lance Poulsen, believe it or not, may have gotten off easy in a sense. His scheme contributed to the economic collapse of over 150 healthcare providers nationwide. How is he getting off easy? Thirty years is like a life sentence for a person his age, but think about some of the harsh sentences in China, for example, for certain economic crimes not even as widespread and devastating as those for which he is being sentenced. I am referring to the use of capital punishment.
Dennis ColemanSanta Clarita, Calif.
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