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LETTER: Writer says Mr. Dickerson no safer just being in CA

It's the distance from Knifley that protects himIn response to Mr. Dickerson's query "Knifleyan asks questions from safety of California" I cannot answer any of his excellent magisterial questions but, would like to point out that his safety surely can't lie in the mere habitation of his current location.
In and of itself, CA is not necessarily "safe."

One could infer then, that increasing the distance between himself and his former residence in Knifley improves his safety.

Now, that sounds like a good Kentucky tale bursting with intrigue.

John Rogers

This story was posted on 2006-03-03 10:12:33
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