Duke Southard

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A year old post…re: Stacey Burns

This was posted in June, 2017. It is timely in the sense that it mentions the 4th of July.

At the time, I thought the information I supplied was important and I still do. Of course, no one can ever know what became of this tip because the NHSP are absolutely on top of everything in this case. Remember, the “arrest is imminent” comment of several years ago?

To the folks in Wolfeboro and surrounding towns: Are you concerned in the least that this person may still walk among you?

The more years that go by, the less chance you have of feeling safe in your own community.

Happy Fourth of July, 2018

Here, from June, 2017:

As promised in a previous post, here is the latest update I have received thus far from a “tip” which I submitted in mid-May regarding the murder of Stacey Burns.

I would not feel comfortable releasing any details of the information I submitted as it could possibly jeopardize the “investigative steps being taken” mentioned below.

“All involved with the Stacey Burns Investigation (AGs Office, Major Crime Unit, Cold Case Unit) are aware of the ‘Urgent Tip’ information. Since this matter is open and active, tipsters do not receive status updates as to what investigative steps are being taken.”

I guess that well-known saying that “the wheels of justice grind slowly but exceedingly fine” might be true-especially the “slowly” part.

How long do my readers think I should give it before contacting all the folks mentioned in the tip to see if there’s been follow-up with them?

Happy upcoming Fourth of July!

Duke

One Response to A year old post…re: Stacey Burns

  • jim says:

    The cold case list still brags that the Hina family murder is solved? A lie! remember, David McLoud’s mistrial was 10-2 for acquittal in a hurried up 8 hr. deliberation controlled by a corrupt judge. Don’t ever expect anything but lies from this corrupt AG’S office. And, YES, having that psyco killer out there is concerning.

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