There will never be true justice for Raizy and Nachman Glauber and their baby, because none of the de facto accessories-before-the-fact -- who enabled suspect Julio Acevedo to allegedly kill them with his speeding car -- will ever be prosecuted and punished for this crime ["Crash suspect back in B'klyn," News, March 8].

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I refer to the state legislators whose inadequate laws allowed only a maximum sentence of 16 years for Acevedo's previous manslaughter conviction, and to the parole board members who released him after he served only eight of those years.

Richard Siegelman, Plainview