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October 18, 2006, 01:22 PM

I see both sides of it and therein lies my own conflict. I accept that, in no uncertain terms, I could NOT forgive that act. But to see another so openly forgive such a horrific act is inspirational to me on some level. It just is all so confusing and frustrating to wrap my mind around the concept.

I appreciate the defense BlackHatch, but I welcome both sides of the debate. It's an open question of "Could you forgive?". Honestly, I couldn't, but as stated above, he does and it's amazing.

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