I’m writing in response to the article, “Conservative groups tout video as proof of fraud.”

I do not believe the Department of Health and Human Services worker acted inappropriately. Early in the interview, this “client” was implying criminal activity; this makes him a potentially dangerous person.

In the interview, the worker was careful not to arouse his anger or suspicions and concluded by giving him an application form. Then she notified her supervisor.

If the person had made out the application form, it could have been turned over to the police.

The interview was conducted with perfection. She doesn’t need training; she should be commended.

Robert E. Greely

Sidney


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