Statue Postpones MLK Bomb Trial 

Not questioning the Bill of Rights, MLK in stone, protesting docks and police accountability.

Last week, the judge presiding over the trial of Kevin Harpham — who is accused of planting the bomb in downtown Spokane during the MLK Day parade — delayed the trial so the jury wouldn’t be influenced by a King memorial…

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