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A $1000 a Week Carpenter

Dear Source:

This item caught my eye in today's Source in an article about a court case. "One condition Kendall included in the conditions for Mills release is that he return to his job. Court documents show that Mills was working as a carpenter for an Alfred Forbes in Coral Bay, St. John. The record shows that he was making $1,000 a week and had been employed for two weeks."
This man must be one great carpenter $50/hour for a 40 hour week…I wonder if Judge Kendall verified his employment before he told him to return to work?
Terry McKoy
Coral Bay, St. John

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Dear Source:

This item caught my eye in today's Source in an article about a court case. "One condition Kendall included in the conditions for Mills release is that he return to his job. Court documents show that Mills was working as a carpenter for an Alfred Forbes in Coral Bay, St. John. The record shows that he was making $1,000 a week and had been employed for two weeks."
This man must be one great carpenter $50/hour for a 40 hour week...I wonder if Judge Kendall verified his employment before he told him to return to work?
Terry McKoy
Coral Bay, St. John

Editor's note: We welcome and encourage readers to keep the dialogue going by responding to Source commentary. Letters should be e-mailed with name and place of residence to source@viaccess.net.