- The Washington Times - Sunday, November 30, 2008

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Clair, a kindergartner, found $7,000 in an envelope on the floor of the Goodwill store in Ginger Johnson, turned the money over to a store employee and when queried by the store employee said, “Wouldn’t anybody just turn it in?” The owner of the money was found and it was returned without explanation.

Clair’s good deed did not go unrewarded.

An anonymous donor heard about Clair’s gracious act of honesty and gave the family $500 as a reward. The family has been given a number of gift cards and a local Wichita group is even preparing to give Clair a trophy. Clair’s mom said she is “thankful because it has been a hard year.”

For her honesty at such a young age, Clair Dingler, 5, is the Noble of the week.

Dr. Michael Spevak. She met the Spevaks through their foster care daughter, Anna. Dr. Spevak was a well-regarded psychiatrist and Mrs. Spevak was well-known for her community work.

Police said last week, Miss Hernandez, age 20, took friend Piero Fuentes Hernandez (no relation), 21, of Capitol Heights, Md., and an accomplice to the Spevaks’ home. She pointed out the house to them, and one then said “Let’s rob it.” The two men went to the couple’s door, rang the doorbell, forced their way inside and tied up the couple. The Spevaks were found dead last Saturday night from blunt-force trauma injuries.

Evidence of the crime was found at the home of Mr. Hernandez, who reportedly admitted that he is a member of the Master Criminals, which is affiliated with Street Thug Criminals. Miss Hernandez, who has admitted she has other friends in the gang, has been charged with first-degree and felony murder. Mr. Hernandez has been charged with first-degree murder, too. Both are being held without bond.

For betraying and being involved in the killing her friends, Angela Hernandez is the Knave of the week.

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