Duke Southard

Author, Educator, Lecturer

May 11, 2019

Putting on my novelist hat, I’ll ask a “what if” question, the kind of question that keeps a story rolling.

What if, on Saturday, May 11, 2019, one day after Stacey Burns will have been dead for ten years, a venue was available for all law enforcement personnel who have ever worked on Stacey’s murder case to come together and provide the general public with whatever information they have gathered up to the day of the tenth anniversary. This would include everyone from the first lead detective, Steve Rowland, to folks from the N.H. Attorney General’s Office, to local authorities, and to state officials.

Obviously, this group would not be able to provide anything potentially damaging to the “ongoing” investigation, but just maybe they could provide a bit of encouragement for those who have waited for ten years for some resolution.

Do you think anyone in an official capacity would agree to show up? Wouldn’t it be interesting to try?

Just asking since nothing else appears to be happening

Duke

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