Subsequent to defendants return to Portland, and being processed anew through the Justice Center and Inverness Jail, counsel are denied visitations when a co-defendant is already using a separate room for visitation. This includes both contact visits and non-contact/paper-pass visitation spaces. In other words, even when rooms are available, it limits all visitations to one co-defendant at a time. The first three attempts after Mr. Payne returned from Nevada, counsel for Ryan Payne was unable to meet with him due to “keep separate” co-defendants meeting with their respective counsel, meetings which often last hours.Payne’s counsel claims to have raised the issue with the higher-ups at the Inverness Jail but were still “denied a visit” recently until another visitation had concluded, “which took approximately two hours.”
I could argue that my right to life hasn’t been taken. But the FBI tried to take that right when they attempted to kill me. They missed on that one. I still have the bullet to prove that. And yet I still remain in custody. I am being treated worse than the inmates who have been convicted and are serving sentences.
Rolling up his sleeves, Mr. McFadden cold-called each one, but came up empty. So he enlisted help from the Times’s newsroom researchers, sleuths who use a computer screen as a magnifying glass. Doris Burke took on the task.The story continues from there, and, even beyond Duncan's seven-years-prior death, it includes some surprising twists and turns that helped convince the Times to still run his obituary. That's an admirable choice and one that readers — including Duncan's two surviving daughters — appreciated, according to McDonald.
Ms. Burke soon found an item in The Missoula Independent in Montana concerning a 2005 documentary film about Mr. Duncan titled “Sir! No Sir!” She noticed the name of Jerry Lembcke, a fellow Vietnam veteran, who had been interviewed in the film and who is now an associate professor of sociology at Holy Cross College in Massachusetts. Mr. McFadden called him. Professor Lembcke obligingly gave him a contact number for the film’s director, David Zeiger. Mr. McFadden called Mr. Zeiger, who remembered that Mr. Duncan had been living in Indiana when the film was being made.
This is one excited newsroom we have this afternoon. https://t.co/feQy1gAd9k— Dillon Kato (@DillonKato) May 25, 2016
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