Chatter: Salahis 'should be prosecuted'
Ronald Kessler, chief Washington correspondent for Newsmax.com and author of In the President's Secret Service: Behind the Scenes with Agents in the Line of Fire and the Presidents They Protect, took questions from Washington Post readers today in a live online chat.
Among his comments:
Washington, DC: In your opinion, should the Salahis be punished or prosecuted for their actions? Did they commit a crime (other than social suicide)?
Ronald Kessler: I think they should be prosecuted, possibly for trespassing, as a deterrent to such attempts in the future. Today it was a pretty blonde, tomorrow it could be an assassin.
You can read the full transcript on this web site.
Washington Post Editors
December 1, 2009; 2:38 PM ET
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