Justice in an Empty Room 

A letter from the Spokane City Council Monday night.

Before the Spokane City Council on Monday unanimously approved a settlement for the family of Otto Zehm, four people stood up to comment. They were not the political leaders in office in 2006 when Zehm, a 36-year-old mentally ill janitor, was…

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