Duke Southard

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Not Gaining Traction?

My last post was a musing about whether the idea of a public demonstration asking for any sort of information on the murder of Stacey Burns from the official authorities would work. The second part of that musing was wondering if such a movement could “gain traction” in the town of Wolfeboro and surrounding areas over the next few months as we approach the tenth anniversary of the murder.

Only one person commented on the last post, and that person appears convinced that the name of Stacey’s killer will be revealed before that sad anniversary. I’d be curious to hear how other folks out there feel about this.

How about a poll? Who thinks the murder of Stacey Burns will be solved by May 10, 2019? You could reply in the comment section following this post on my website. To make it simple, you only have a yes or no choice. (No maybes)

Duke

2 Responses to Not Gaining Traction?

  • jim says:

    Stacey’s dad was a Ma. judge. Do you think maybe someone down there cares more about punishing her killer than anyone here in our justice dept does? I sure hope so. ‘Solving’ may not be the word they use but it will mean the same thing. 15 years will make him 80 when he gets out.

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