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Dear Editor:

I would like to say thank you for the responses to my letter submitted of 1/14/02. My husband has been sober for five years and obviously these people have not had someone they love torn apart with the disease called alcoholism. I am not ignorant....I realize that my husband could have hurt someone. I do not think what he did was right. I am not an advocate for drinking and driving. I am only asking for fairness in that INS and EOIR apply their guidelines uniformly. If the federal court says this offense is not a crime of violence, then my husband was deported on false grounds. Is everybody out there so perfect and free from making mistakes? I doubt it. And by the way, a wife can not rid a husband of alcoholism. I guess the entire point of my letter was overlooked.

Thanks Anyway
Faithful Reader


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