NH law keeps murder case liars on the...

NH law keeps murder case liars on the hook forever

There are 7 comments on the www.seacoastonline.com story from Jul 19, 2009, titled NH law keeps murder case liars on the hook forever. In it, www.seacoastonline.com reports that:

Renny Cushing is convinced a former New Hampshire state trooper got away with murder.

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Pittsburgh, PA

#1 Jul 20, 2009
Just found this...Excellent article....!
Little steps....hope this will be reprinted in
all local NH newspapers....

Shallotte, NC

#4 Jul 23, 2009
Hi BF,

I know you are well intentioned and I sincerely do not mean to put you on the spot.........but..

I remember when Renny Cushing's dad was shot to death while sitting in his living room. It sent shock waves through my hometown community. Learning it was a police officer who worked with his dad and a neighbor who had a longstanding grudge was difficult on us all.

Renny has contributed a great deal in honor of his father's memory over the past 21 years through his activism, advocacy, and as a state representative.

I am hoping this new law is adopted by more than just three states in the coming years.

Respectfully - A fellow Hamptonite
sophie bean

Farmington, ME

#5 Jul 23, 2009
Does this mean that the Dow case is still considered an "open case"?

How? Why? At the time that Streltzin made that comment, I thought that the case had already been closed? Hadn't it been reported as closed? As an accident?
Semper fi

Pepperell, MA

#6 Jul 23, 2009
Police are shooting and killing people everywhere In the USA without reasonable cause, Nothing new to me, What about you?

Pittsburgh, PA

#7 Jul 25, 2009
I have a few questions for anyone who can answer.

This new Law/Ruling has to have a Title..other
than "keeps murder case liars on the hook"...
What would/could that be?

And, does anyone know which other NH Newspapers
carried this AP information? I tried to search
and was unable to find it. More specifically, were there Grafton County NH area Newspapers that carried it?

And, lastly...just for the immediate sorta kinda
discussions ie: Maura, Patric, Tom....would/could
the past witness statements/questioning/interro gations, whatever they are called, be done again, with the above
law/ruling being made known to them. In other words, starting January 1, 2010 could Joe Smith
be questioned again about an incident, with a
"Miranda type" statement that now s/he better
be honest and forthcoming ...or else...?

I try to be optimistic...the above, coupled with
the new Cold Case Unit gives me hope that perhaps
more criminal cases of murdered/missing will be
solved. And, a Polly Anna attitude, that it will
maybe/perhaps curtail further crimes of any nature. Perhaps even the riffraff rabble petty
criminals will think twice...???
The Quiet Man

Quincy, MA

#10 Aug 9, 2009
Benjamin Franklyne wrote:
<quoted text>
No one has any answers and even if they did they wouldn't waste their time being serious here.
Au contraire. Kingcast has all the answers. Serious like a heart attack. Kingcast.
For Your Consideration

Ithaca, NY

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