‘Public's blood lust for information:’ Judge recuses himself from Delphi murder case
Judge calls Delphi murder case impossible for a local court. Plus, another judge recuses himself, in trustee’s indictment. And Ascension St. Vincent ready to go on ‘neighborhood hospital' at Purdue
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‘PUBLIC'S BLOOD LUST FOR INFORMATION:’ JUDGE RECUSES HIMSELF FROM DELPHI MURDER CASE
A running theme in Delphi after Richard Allen, a 50-year-old Delphi man, was charged with two counts of murder in the 2017 killings of eighth-grader Libby German and Abby Williams: Could a local attorney possibly take a case that has been so charged and weighed so heavily on the community … and still live in town?
Turns out the question could have applied to a local judge, as well.
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