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One of my family members was officer in large police department

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To The Daily Sun,
This reply is to address Dave Schwotzer's query as to whether I know the difference between a Prison and a County Jail:

I will share with you a bit of information of my in-depth knowledge of the difference between a prison and a county jail. Although you do not need to know about my life history or background, as I wish to keep it out of public arena, I am willing to share this much with you and the readers of this newspaper. One of my family members wore two separate uniforms for many, many years. One uniform was worn during service in the U.S. Military, the other was worn as a law enforcement officer for a large police department. Enough said.

Bernadette Loesch
Laconia