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Crime victims honored

Representatives of 17 law enforcement and victims’ rights agencies placed carnations in a 
wreath to honor various crime victims as a kickoff to National Crime Victims’ Rights Week at the Dougherty County Government Center Monday morning. Theme for the week is “New 
Challenges, New Solutions.”

Representatives of 17 law enforcement and victims’ rights agencies placed carnations in a wreath to honor various crime victims as a kickoff to National Crime Victims’ Rights Week at the Dougherty County Government Center Monday morning. Theme for the week is “New Challenges, New Solutions.”

Representatives of 17 law enforcement and victims’ rights agencies placed carnations in a

wreath to honor various crime victims as a kickoff to National Crime Victims’ Rights Week at the Dougherty County Government Center Monday morning. Theme for the week is “New

Challenges, New Solutions.”

Comments

MRKIA 1 year, 8 months ago

ALL THIS SYMBOLISM AND PAGENTRY IS A TOTAL WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY. CRIME VICTIMS RIGHTS WEEK? WHATS THE POINT? ARE ANY VICTIMS IN THE PHOTO?

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FryarTuk 1 year, 8 months ago

Geez, next year give me a call and I'll have my florist send over a decent wreath that at least approximates a semblance of propriety and respect for victims. You can just place it in the Court House and have all kind of pictures taken with it. Any color, size, I'll have it sent over for free. I like and respect all you guys but that thing looks silly. The only thing to make it look worse would be for Spence Lee to be in the photograph.

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MRKIA 1 year, 8 months ago

THE FLOWER ARRANGEMENT BELONGS IN THE WINNERS CIRCLE AT THE HORSE TRACK.

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