Not having gone to journalism school, I only have what I have read about how hard stories are to find once summer comes.
Actually, I think it was late summer.
People go on vacations, so there are fewer people to write about the same number of stories. Local news makers go on vacation. Meetings are canceled.
I’m sure the Northwest Herald covered the real story about the Puffer Fish Poison Guy. I read it online yesterday after I wrote my three stories on what was contained in the affidavit of FBI Special Agent Mark R. Mahoney.
It is what was contained in the affidavit of FBI Special Agent Mark R. Mahoney. I worked my fingers to the bone re-typing parts of it yesterday, which you can read here:
But, when I went to the Northwest Herald’s main page this morning this is the featured article I saw about Edward F. Bachner:
Read the article carefully.
There is no connection to the case that I can find, except to chemical.
I think this is the most significant part of the story:
“Authorities declined to comment further…”
Anyone wonder why?