Delphi murder hearing will be broadcast Thursday
In a first in Indiana, delayed broadcast will be allowed in hearing for Richard Allen, charged in murders of Abby Williams and Libby German. Plus, opposition keeps coming together on LEAP pipeline
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DELPHI MURDER HEARING WILL BE BROADCAST THURSDAY
A lot of eyes were already expected to be on Judge Fran Gull’s courtroom in Fort Wayne this afternoon for the latest hearing in the case of Richard Allen, the Delphi man accused in the 2017 murders of Delphi teens Abby Williams and Libby German.
That’s about to grow, with the judge allowing not only cameras in the courtroom for the first time in the yearlong case but also a delayed broadcast of the afternoon’s proceedings.
That would be a first for an Indiana courtroom, since cameras and recordings were allowed on a case-by-case basis in Indiana earlier this year.
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