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Do you think justice was served in the Kaczmarek case?

Yes 21% 102 votes
No 72% 343 votes
No opinion 6% 29 votes
Total Votes: 474

Note: This is not a scientific poll.

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February 3, 2009
6:35 a.m.

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bigjohnsr1965 (no real name given) says...

I believe he should have gotten more time than he did, along with his wife. They shouldnt have done the crime, if they didn't plan to do the time. I believe they got off lightly.

February 3, 2009
2:16 p.m.

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TDS (no real name given) says...

Two years for the crime, or maybe even less!

10 years for screwing the residents of the City of Schenectady, stabbing them in the back with this highly arrogant action / behavior ...

February 3, 2009
6:52 p.m.

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joe62789 (no real name given) says...

I love how our legal system has invisible rules for people in power, they never get the kind of sentences you would expect for committing crimes regular people would get put away for a long time if they committed them

February 4, 2009
12:53 p.m.

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esteban1949 (no real name given) says...

Both of them should have gotten more time...but here they put a person in charge of the US Treasury who whoops forgot to pay some or part of his taxes.But if it had you or me, we'd be going to prison!Yep only in America, do we, the people get screwed without geting a kiss or a hug...yep situation "normal"..

February 5, 2009
12:06 a.m.

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granny ( Roger Carey ) says...

After the lies, deception and deplorable lack of leadership he showed to Officer Marhaffer and the city of Schenectady, Kaczmarek should rot in jail for the rest of his pathetic, useless life. Unfortunately, he will be out on the streets in less than 2 years. The Marhaffer family will never have their son back. He should stay in jail with the scumbags he was hired to protect us from.

 

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