To the editor:
After reading the article on the mail carrier that failed to deliver mail facing a possible five-year prison sentence plus $250,000 fine.
I understand that this is a serious offense, messing with the government and the U.S. mail. Yes, she should be punished. I think that’s a bit harsh of a sentence for not delivering mail when people can get away with starving, neglecting and abusing horses, pets and children with sometimes no convictions.