How We See It: Ex-treasurer Earns Conviction From Federal Jurors

Posted: March 18, 2014 at 6 a.m.

Despite the commission of a violation of the public's trust, it struck us as nonetheless sad to watch as 69-year-old Martha Shoffner emerged from a federal courthouse as a convicted felon.


Former Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner takes place as a pathetic figure in Arkansas history with her public corruption conviction.

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