Looking for Abigail: Public can help find her
Last Sunday's editorial questioning the Attorney General's Office and FBI about their handling of the case, particularly as it relates to sharing information with the public, got their attention. They take issue with our saying their work seemed sloppy and self-promotional. (Abigail's mother, in an eloquent letter to the editor on this page, is also critical.)
But our larger point remains. Authorities like Associate Attorney General Jane Young and the FBI's Kieran Ramsey should review how and how much information they share with the public and explain better their approach to this particular case.