and at the same time, people who see it, will learn and not follow in their footsteps.
it's human to err. and it takes a lot of courage to ADMIT a mistake on a website which the whole world can see.
Sorry, I dont buy that.
we're already digressing far from the topic.
she said she has repented. fine. if she's lying about it, who can tell and who will judge her in the end is none of our business.
therefore, we should not be quick to judge her actions because we only see the information that the media released.
I think Ms Kunert made some very deliberate acts of theft, the skeptics might felt that her remorse were not sincere and more of a way to get herself out of deeper condemnation. Afterall, she also pulled the Christian thing, which bought her some redemption points from the 'confess to god and repent and you will be alright' type, but at the same time disgusted many.
Its kinda like a thief will go on stealing till he get caught, of course, he will say sorry and try to buy himself out of punishment.
There will be some who will forgive the thief, and there will be some in the 'Sorry by Law is Law' camp who will acknowledge the apologies and whatever reasons, BUT still cut off the thief's hands.
Its just different people different thoughts, you all are arguing and taking things personal again. IMHO.
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No sympathy from me, theft is theft, pure and simple, she committed a commercial crime and should be made to pay. Pulling the "I am a Christian" routine doesn't wash with me, if anything she should have stopped before she did it if she adhered to Christian teachings as what she did is in direct contradiction to the 10 commandments which are the at the core of Christianity. Nice try Ms Kunert but nowhere good enough, not enough genuine contrition and a lot of glib glossing over the facts. I hope she fails miserably.
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