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Reader: Tom Martino's getting a taste of his own medicine

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Our posts this week about radio personality Tom Martino, who pleaded guilty to a disturbing-the-peace charge in regard to a December incident involving his wife, Holly, found the self-proclaimed Troubleshooter asking the public not to assume he's angry or violent based on his aggressive persona as an on-air consumer advocate. But he didn't get a lot of support from readers, including one who saw recent negative headlines as karmic comeuppance.

Louis Cruz Jr. writes:

He loves getting in everyone else's business. How does it feel!!

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.

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