Vol. 12, No. 2, 2006 Page 6


Our thanks to the many readers who have written or emailed us from the U.S. and around the world. Lately, we've heard from readers in countries including the U.K., Europe, Canada, Nigeria, Turkey, and Mauritius. We're delighted to hear your comments (positive or negative), and we're pleased that so many parents and so many professionals in the fields of medicine, education, justice, and criminology find our publication helpful. Here's a quick sampling of our recent mail.

"I would like two copies of Crime Times mailed to my clinic for use in the waiting room. We see many individuals whose problems are likely to bring them into conflict with legal agencies. We emphasize the importance of nutritional supplementation and the articles in your journal are wonderful to help with this task."

"Thank you for your wonderful website. I am a mom of a special-needs child and a typical child, and I look around on the Internet a lot. Finding your site was a welcome relief from the many commercial sites and the personal sites with useless or even wrong information."

"I would very much appreciate if you could send me information on how to get further issues as I found your publication very interesting and relevant to my research."

"It seems to me that studying rats to 'learn about human behavior' is very much like studying an alarm clock to find out how automobile engines work. Very much off target. The brain is the source of human behavior? Hardly. Funding for such 'research' is a Crime ."

"I just wanted to drop you a note and tell you how much I appreciate Crime Times. GREAT stuff! Consistently! Inspired coverage of this crucial and neglected area. Thank you, ever so much, for your work."

"I am working on my Ph.D. in Criminology, and teach criminology at the local Junior College. It [Crime Times] is a great tool for me during my research."

"I totally agree [with the concept that crime has biological roots] and as an ER physician, now with moderately severe environmental illness, I was thinking about why the homeless are the way they are as well. Between toxic load, hormonal insufficiency, nutritional inadequacy there is hardly anything that traditional medicine even touches on that helps these people at all!"

"Your magazine is highly interesting to us [and] your work is of the utmost importance to us. Your editorial [Vol. 11, No. 2] is excellent." (France)

"Keep up the good work you are doing with Crime Times." (England)

"I'm studying your reports. They make me very surprised with the many important news [items] I didn't know before." (Austria)

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