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Yesterday, I blogged about Julie Amero, the apparently hapless substitute teacher who found herself barraged with pornographic popups on the classroom computer and has just been convicted for this “offense”. She’s looking at 40 years in prison.

Now, we find that the local newspaper actually supports the conviction, only feeling that 40 years might be excessive.

They admit that this 40-year old woman she has no criminal record, but her conviction is just, as they “expect that this sordid experience will serve as a cautionary tale to every parent, teacher and school administrator in Eastern Connecticut.”

Help me understand this.

Alex Eckelberry