What should happen in the Seccuro-Beebe case?


Brooke McQuale:
"He did the right thing to come forward, but I don't know if the rule of law should apply exactly. I hope there would be some leeway in the judge's decision. Obviously he's suffered more punishment over all these years than the system can impose."

Lisa Wilhelm:
"I would give him six months because he came forward and told the truth. But he did commit a crime, and there should be some repercussion. He did something wrong, but I don't think he should get life in prison."

Jerry Ham:
"I don't think the fact that he grieved and felt sorry for 20 years should negate his responsibility and the need for him to suffer the consequences. Someone could have gone to jail for 10 years and grieved while serving his time."