I doubt there is a person of good will in the state who does not empathize with Dr. William Petit of Cheshire. The man's family was slaughtered, and he was beaten and left for dead. To look at the family photo of he, his wife and two daughters displayed in news magazines nationwide is to experience something akin to the tearing of a scab from tender flesh. It is no wonder that when Dr. Petit speaks of his loss, people listen.
One Hand Clapping
Howl Of Rage Is No Call For Justice
The Connecticut Law Tribune
August 10, 2009
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