Wednesday, April 8, 2015

MB: Iran sanctioned, child-luring thwarted, and a cop charged with murder

Posted By on Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 10:00 AM


Local man is arrested for trying to grab a child at Coeur d'Alene Park in west Spokane. (KREM)

An Indian Canyon golf pro from is getting over $100,000 of city money after an audit seemed to show HE owed the city money. (Spokesman-Review)

A former Whitworth University athletic director died in a plane crash while traveling back from Indianapolis. (Spokesman-Review)


A cop shoots a South Carolina man eight times as he flees, and possibly plants evidence. He's charged with murder. (New York Times) 

Police may have held the wrong man in a Virginia prison for nearly three decades. (Washington Post)

The CIA says sanctions against Iran may have worked. It made them willing to negotiate. (New York Times)


The hero citizens who record arrests go a long way to spotting injustice. (The Atlantic)

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