Thursday, September 22, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Culture of life

Posted By on Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 7:24 AM

Zehm fallout continues -- Spokane police officer Sandra McIntyre now might face obstruction of justice charges because of her testimony on the Otto Zehm case. (SR)

Body of Evidence -- In a child rape case, the Spokane police department has issued a search warrant to Planned Parenthood to find an aborted fetus. They’re looking for a DNA match. (KREM)

Recession Proof? – In a down economy, one Spokane gun shop is thriving. (KXLY)

No more appeals -- Troy Davis, convicted of murdering a cop, was executed last night, despite considerable pleas, protests, and last minute attempts to get the Supreme Court, the state of Georgia, President Obama – anybody – to stop the execution. (NYT)

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