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Keeping eye on interpreters [Letter]

Thank you for printing Kelby Brick's very eloquent commentary ("Fake interpreter draws ire," Dec. 18). He brought to focus many issues related to uncertified interpreters that impact us in so many ways.

Hopefully, the situation that happened in South Africa will never happen again with so many of us watching to make sure it won't.

D. Witte

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