Not too late |

Not too late

First of all, I’m not saying that Mario Garcia is innocent or guilty because I was not there. When it comes to socializing, both Mario Garcia and Christy Wilson should have gone to church, repented to the Lord and gotten involved in a church social group. Had they, Christy would still be alive and Mario would be free. I’m surprised that they have not hired psychics to locate Christy Wilson’s body so they can run DNA tests on her. They should. I am saddened for both families.

If everyone went to church, plugged into a church family and social group and repented to the Lord, Jesus Christ, there would be a lot less overcrowding in state and federal prisons, less grieving and fighting families and a big contribution to world peace. It is not too late. Think about it.

Paul Andrew Pease

Grass Valley

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