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Re "Swallow took in $105,000 from donors in trouble with regulators" (Tribune, June 15):
In light of the clear, mounting and convincing evidence about his conduct, the repeated and continuing claim of Utah Attorney General John Swallow that he has done nothing wrong proves quite simply that the attorney general of the state of Utah does not know the difference between right and wrong.
The citizens of Utah deserve a top legal officer who understands the difference.
James P. Cowley
Salt Lake City