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Web letter: Moss, Fries undercut integrity of their offices

I am appalled that two major public officials have gotten away with such a major violation in ethics.

County Councilman Paul Moss, having gotten off with not even a slap on the wrist for his transgression, should be ashamed of himself. An appology is not good enough.

How can the citizens of Allen County have any faith or trust in the integrity of their public officials with this type of justice.

Sheriff Ken Fries should be asked to resign immediately.

I have always been taught that one’s integrity should be closely guarded. As a public servant, integrity should be the most important value that you have.

Even the perception of dishonest or unethical behavior cannot be tolerated. This type of action is why the American people are cynical and complacent with the political system and politicians in general.

If we cannot trust you in the simple things, how can we trust you with the important decisions.

ALAN CONRAD Fort Wayne

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