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Globe Editorial

In 1986, flawed police work let Amy Bishop off the hook

February 17, 2010

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It would be bad enough if a breakdown in communication between the Norfolk district attorney’s office and the Braintree police caused authorities to give a deadly pass to Amy Bishop, the 45-year-old professor accused of killing three of her colleagues last week at the University of Alabama. But it now appears there was no intelligible communication whatsoever between the agencies some 24 years ago. (Full article: 439 words)

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