Keene Sentinel: NH Attorney General's Office defaults to secrecy
Lacking witnesses, it would be understandable if police aren’t yet sure what kind of case they’re dealing with. On the other hand, as we urged in the 2001 Sinclair case, the public should know if a suspected criminal is in its midst. Either way, the attorney general’s office should say so.
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