Re "Gay British scientist gets posthumous royal pardon," Dec. 25
Reza Farahan, an openly gay man from the reality show
Unfortunately, back in the day, Turing chose the latter.
As fellow human beings, we should be doing everything to uplift, not denigrate and condemn, one another. Why can't we simply live and let live? And why must we insist that everyone conform to the standards set by the majority?
Although the posthumous pardon by
JoAnn Lee Frank
You must be kidding: The queen has exercised her royal "prerogative of mercy" and granted Turing a pardon. What silliness.
It seems clear to me that the British government should be the one seeking the pardon. Turing was a hero, having played a crucial role in defeating
The British government should be seeking forgiveness for what it did to him, not offering him a pardon.
Ted E. Thompson