No transparency, no trust.

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Mikayla Miller’s death was ruled a suicide yesterday. For many, like myself, the ruling doesn’t settle a thing. There has been far too little transparency from the DA, and the police, to trust anything they say about this case.

The media coverage of this story has also been profoundly lacking. Can one reporter in Boston actually tell me they sat down and read the Hopkinton Police Log before transcribing press…

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