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NANCY C. FERRUZZO, San Juan Capistrano
I read with total shock the words of Pam Patterson in her meeting with President Donald Trump. In no way does this woman speak for the people of this city. We have a wonderful, diverse population, both tolerant and compassionate. To equate the immigrants from Mexico and Central America, who are desperate to escape poverty and lack of opportunity, with the terrorists of 9/11 borders on insanity. Fortunately, her term is up for re-election in November.
Editor’s note: The comments mentioned in this letter were published online by The Capistrano Dispatch at www.thecapsitranodispatch.com under the article “San Juan Capistrano Councilmember Patterson Meets President, Discusses Sanctuary State Law” on May 16.