Thursday, August 28, 2008

You do the Grafton, Wis., police an injustice (“Nobles and Knaves,” Editorial, Sunday). It was the Grafton library system that filed a request for a warrant for the arrest of a young woman with very high library fees. Once the warrant was duly issued by whatever judicial functionary issues warrants and it was delivered to the Grafton police, their hands were tied. They had to serve the warrant. I am sure that when they received the warrant, the proper profanities were issued toward the library system and the issuing magistrate before service was initiated.

MICHAEL WADER

Madison, S.D.

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