Matters concerning justice at the local level and at the national/international level have been on display this month: Voters in a number of Massachusetts counties voted to keep their district attorneys or elect new ones. And the 17th anniversary of the mass murder of 3,000 people in the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, provided an opportunity to revisit that atrocity including the U.S. government’s response and that of this country’s “free” press.
For a letter-to-the-editor combining the two, click here. The Berkshire Eagle published it last Saturday.
Its headline was “DA race, Sept. 11, / and issues of justice.”