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Replace the jailers, not the jail [Letter]

In response to the article "Replace city jail, lawmakers urge" (Dec. 12), are they serious? Half a billion dollars to replace the jail?

The jail is not the problem. The jailers are the problem.

And the "state legislative commission" is planning to rob every Maryland taxpayer instead of correcting the corrections officers. Ludicrous!

Jim Nealey, Severna Park

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