I believe the true measure of a good journalist is his or her ability to write pieces on the truth. There are several obvious mistakes regarding some of the aforementioned people in the article. If you had truely done your research correctly you might have realized these errors and not published false statements. Futhermore, your seemingly biased tone towards the convicted felons in your piece only further exposes your shortcomings as a journalist and your ignorance. I am sure that in your rather regretable and miserable existance you have not been a perfect person. Your words serve only to degrade and dehumanize men who have paid their dues to society for their past offenses. Life after prison does not stop and everyone is entitled to a second chance to forge a new and law-abiding life. I hope that you consider my suggestions and attempt to apply them in your life as well as your writing. Maybe then you might find your articles having somewhat of a meaningful impact, but I forgive you. I feel that the credibility of this article is embarrassment enough on your behalf. However, so as not to be a hypocrite, I urge you to take a second look at the facts in your article, after all, everyone deserves a second chance.