The Walkerville Weekly Reader

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Walkerville, VA
Monday, July 15, 2019
Carolyn Purcell, Editor

Paula Werme loves being reprehensible

Walkerville Weekly Reader (Paula Werme loves being reprehensible)

I found your site doing a search on my own name. I laughed my head off at your story on NH taping from August, 2000. Portsmouth prosecutor Bob Ducharme left for “better opportunity” in the private sector shortly after the taping story broke in NH. And NH Atty General Delker really did say that my behavior was “reprehensible.” I love being reprehensible!

I was saddened to learn of your beheading following your reading of the article. However, the Walkerville Weekly Reader cannot bear any responsibility for your laughing your head off. We merely report the news. Any legal responsibility for the loss of your head must be born by the public officials whose actions were so ludicrous as to cause your head to laugh off.

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