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    Caileigh MacKayNov 6, 2023 at 3:53 pm

    This is an amazing article. I can see how much effort was put into writing this and it is really impressive. I’ve even seen some professional articles with less effort than this. I also think that it is a very important topic to speak about because it’s so controversial. It would be unjust to convict someone who is completely unaware of their actions, but it has also become something of a blanket for anyone with mental illness to use as a scapegoat. I think that it is a very hard topic, but I also agree that it should remain a viable plea, as there are in fact people who genuinely have no clue what they are doing, and that they need help for the safety of themselves and others. Again, an absolutely incredible article.

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    Emily JonesNov 1, 2023 at 10:24 am

    Emily, this article is so well done and you put so much effort into your research, writing, and interviews. It’s not often that student writers go so in-depth into their topic, and you covered this subject so respectfully and succinctly. You branched out and interviewed people who are related to your topic and it definitely enhanced your article. I commend you for your effort and great writing!

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