Caulkins believes legal process has to run its course before people start losing pensions in Springfield

Caulkins believes legal process has to run its course before people start losing pensions in Springfield

Dan Caulkins wants to see justice take its course in the widening sexual harassment scandal that shows no signs of letting up in Springfield.

“I think the proper process would be to prosecute those credibly accused, where they get their day in court, and we get to the bottom of everything,” he told the Chambana Sun. “Any elected official or government worker found guilty should then be stripped of all their pension and benefits, but that only comes after the law has run its course.”

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