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Wounds That Never Seem to Heal

Dear Source:
Thank God theres a coherente person in Paul Vrabcak. He is right on the money with his analogy that blacks rounded up and sold there own kind into slavery for money!!!!!! Now you Mr. Peterson want to exploit your own kind,,,and put salt in wounds that never seem to heal in the virgin islands. I have been coming to St Croix for over 25 years and was a property owner there for over 20 years,,,And have seen many changes there since ( Hugo) But some things seem to never go away like the racist additude of many blacks. I Am a white man married to a black woman from St croix now living in New York city. We Have pondered building a new home there but have choosen Grand Cayman instead,,, do to the crime and seemingly unhappy residents. I can only hope you will print this for this is how many people are starting to feel up in the states. Thanks.

Thomas Brundage
Wolcott, Connecticut

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