Martha is free

She should not have gone to jail in the first place, and I wish her well in her appeal.

I also agree with VC that she is turning her sentence and release into a public relations coup. It has softened her earlier image as a harsh, driven, er . . . capitalist. Not that it needed any softening to me, but I'm not her target market.

What could she do next? My guess: a program in her company to encourage hiring and training for women ex-cons.

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