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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Patricia Hauser
Two Colorado cantaloupe farmers linked to the nation's deadliest outbreak of foodborne illness in a quarter-century were sentenced Tuesday to probation and home detention, but the judge said he wasn't sending them to prison so they could work to pay off $150,000 each in restitution.
A Florida couple accused of kidnapping their two young sons and fleeing by boat to Cuba were handed over to the United States and imprisoned and their children were returned to their maternal grandparents, who have official custody, authorities said Wednesday.
She told the judge she was "very bitter."
"Someone took my Michael from me, and it just isn't fair," she said.