Nice job boys with your examinations of the murder of Jeanetta Riley! It only took the local newspapers a year to comment on a story that was carried internationally!
Can’t wait for your follow up interviews with Sheriff Wheeler and his decision to end the department’s involvement with NAMI and, of course, the decision made by The Bonner County Human Rights Task Force that Ms. Riley’s human rights were not violated.
Also, it would be interesting to examine Mayor Logan’s involvement with the speakers chosen to speak at the original gathering for Ms. Riley.
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