Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor may be submitted to jstamey@independenttribune.com and mplemmons@independenttribune.com

Did they forget their way to work that morning? Did they forget to tell their children they love them before going in to work that morning? I think they forgot their baby was in the car because they can get away with saying I forgot my baby was in the car.

As long as my daughter was living with me the last thing I did before I went to work was to tell her I love her. I do not get that. My daughter is 54 now and she lives in Virginia Beach. I call her every morning and tell her I love her.

Last night I watched the 11 o’clock news, it seems like there is a killing in Charlotte every day or night and no one knows how to stop these killings. I went to bed with that on my mind. I got up yesterday with this on my mind.

I was thinking about all these people forgetting and leaving their children in hot cars all day. I don’t believe they forget their baby was in the back seat of the car. Did they forget to get up that morning? Did they forget to fix their hair that morning? Did they forget to eat that morning? Did they forget to dress that morning?

Yesterday I called Trump Make America Great Again Committee and left this message with the woman I talked to: As long as you all are making changes in the gun law, make a law that if you forget and leave your baby in a hot car all day, you are charged for murder. And then see how many babies are left in a hot car all day.

Rudy Edwards

Concord

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