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Re: “The stench from Northwest Arkansas drug court UPDATE

What difference does it make where she gets her "cast" from? I think that Pritchard and Gunn worked hand-in-hand spearheading the Arkansas drug court revolution and they both deserve recognition for their efforts. I know that the local show was a true success, always hearing from local citizens that they fully support Gunn's efforts to change lives for the better. Where was all this negative press 5 years ago? Come on folks, get a grip. The whole world is moving on and we need forward-thinking people, especially those that actually stand by their word and MAKE A DIFFERENCE, than those we see "talk the talk" but can't walk it. "Burnishing her reputation?" Gunn volunteered to do this when no one else wanted it, and look how successful it has become, even awarded an FBI Award last year for her efforts in the community. The only "pressure" Pritchard exerted was on those state agencies who need to see just how important drug courts are across the state. Now we are spreading "hot rumors" with no facts, even when you clearly state that you haven't received phone calls yet? Come on, this isn't the National Enquirer, I had more respect for the Arkansas Times than this. "Outsourcing cons"? Gunn's drug court was preadjudicated (except for a few pending revocations) so these "cons" (as derogatory as that sounds) aren't CONvicted yet. Lastly, "the record 'seems' clear..." about what? Again, since you haven't received any phone calls verifying any FACTS yet, then tell me, as well as the rest of the community, what is so clear about the ignorance of this article?

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Posted by drugcourtworks on 05/13/2011 at 3:01 PM


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