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Tough life for alleged BGF mastermind

In regard to Tavon White's lifestyle ("Alleged gang leader in poor jail conditions, his lawyer says," May 15), his attorney says Mr. White can confer with him for only an hour and only through a glass screen. In addition to that unspeakable atrocity, he only has in his possession a jump suit, one pair of underwear, shower sandals and a sheet for his bed.

Aw, my heart bleeds for the worthless thug.

Katherine Ambrose, Kingsville

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