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Vandalism discovered at home of activists

July 25, 2010

….[Pottstown Police Detective Cpl. Todd] Richard also welcomed Jackson’s suggestion that whoever is convicted not pay a fine or do any jail time, but instead be sentenced to undoing the damage done.

“Sure, that happens all the time,” he said of Jackson’s suggestion that authorities impose what she called “restorative justice.”

“I’d rather this conclude with some meaningful community work and that maybe whoever did this can learn more about how to respect people, be a good neighbor and participate in a community,” she said.

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