Dear Editor, I would like to comment on the article in the Jan. 24 issue of the Valley Chronicle concerning the Women’s March in Hemet. In the article, it mentions Emily Davison, a suffragette of the early 1900s who died under the hooves of King George V’s horse. As Paul Harvey would say, “now, for the rest of the story.” Ms. Davison was at a race track where the King had a horse entered in the race. She purposely went under the guard rail; there is film showing her actions on that day. After she ran onto the track, she tried to grab the reins as the horse passed her. She
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