November 02, 2009
The Massachusetts lieutenant governor has made a plea to New Hampshire law enforcement to reopen the Patric McCarthy case.
"... Evidence has been brought forward that raises new questions concerning the case," Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray wrote in an Oct. 5 letter. "The United States Attorney's office in Massachusetts, as well as the McCarthy family, have found substantial evidence to revisit whether or not foul play was involved and to warrant a new look at the case by your office."
Reopening the case would bring "justice and closure to the McCarthy family," Murray added.
Officials from the New Hampshire Attorney General's office and the U.S. Attorney General for New Hampshire are reviewing the 2003 death of the 10-year-old Bourne boy, but have not yet made a decision to reopen it, said Linda Tomlinson, a spokeswoman for U.S. Attorney John Kacavas.
Calls to New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney were not returned.
KingCast says: It's like a floodgate. Once they open Patric's case all of the dirt done by their predecessors will become Fair Game (see the "Bad Blood: Freedom and Death in the White Mountains" book launch pics and video) and they don't want that, so they sit, stuck on stupid.