In 1986, US Representative William Delahunt was the Norfolk district attorney and decided not to pursue charges against Bishop. He defended his handling of Bishop's fatal shooting of her brother in Braintree, breaking his silence on the case in an interview with the Globe
"I thought we handled it appropriately, given the information we had," Delahunt said.
In this December 1994 photo, then-Norfolk District Attorney Delahunt (right) addressed the press at the Brookline police station with Governor Bill Weld standing beside him.
Frank O'Brien/Globe photo