I’ve been delinquent in my posting over the past months. And while I started up (yes, for the second time) in March with some fervor, it seemed to fade yet again, as it has a nasty habit of doing. (Perhaps part of the issue is that I give my motivation its own distinct persona which allows it to make up its own mind as to when it feels like showing up for a good day at the office.) In any case, I return with a renewed sense of vigor.
While I’ve been ‘away’, the Michael Sandy case has come to what seems to be some sort of a legal conclusion. Although not all of the defendants have been tried or sentenced, there is a definite inevitability to the remaining procedures. And Michael’s parents have held a vigil at
In summary, the details that came out in the trial are remarkable similar to the initial narrative that rapidly unfolded in the days after the crime. It is a fascinating compact narrative that draws one (or me, at least – for reasons – see here) farther into speculation regarding the lives of the perpetrators as does it lead to viewing Michael as more than his final acts of bravery despite his victimization.
I’ll link to some press accounts. But here’s how my curiosity draws the tale:
It’s evening and three
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