I’m glad that convicted murderer Michael Boucher, who killed Debra Dill in 1973, has been denied parole again. (“Murder convict denied parole,” May 16)

There’s no excuse, rehabilitation or forgiveness for what Boucher did. Call it justice or revenge, a person who murders someone should lose their life. That’s why I’ve always believed Maine should have the death penalty for certain crimes, and this is one of them.

Wellman CromwellPittston

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