Letter to the Editor by James Rowen

Teresa ONeill

The tragedy of fictional characters such Ernst Janning, Colonel Nicholson, and the Earl of Gloucester (Leat), was that they really were characters of high morality, but they sacrificed their sense of ethics for their perception of the greater good. Of course, these were works of fiction, Miles Barber identifies Teresa ONeill as a real life tragic character who attacked cancer victims with nasty emails with Davis, and Vartan a leader with Jude Barry in Santa Clara’s Franco Squad. The average Santa Claran had no place in ONeills contrived world of an ethical desert. ONeill has talked herself into believing beyond the big four, dragons exist. Her participation in the slander of Karen Hardy tells us all ONeill has not only chosen to hide the truth, she has forgotten where she put it.

James Rowen