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Lawyer says Abby is fighting 'misinformation'
The statement also said, “We do not intend to have this case tried in the press.”
Coyne added: “And we won’t be trying this case in the media; there won’t be another statement in the foreseeable future.”
Hernandez was a freshman at Kennett High School when she disappeared on Oct. 9.
“It depends on how she recovers, how soon her professionals say she is ready,” Coyne said, declining to elaborate on what kind of professionals are helping Abby.
Nathaniel Kibby, 34, of Gorham, is charged with kidnapping the then-14-year-old Hernandez while she was walking from Kennett High School last October.
“She has a terrific advocate in (Young), she has a lot of confidence in her. But Abby is also a 15-year-old high school freshman with no information on how the process works,” said Coyne. “The three of us are fortunate to be associated with the case so we can help Abby deal with what’s to come.”
Coyne said he came together with Coakley and Hyde to join the Hernandez family “through a mutual acquaintance who helped us see the need to join this case, at no cost to the family.”
“I got a large amount of emails (Wednesday),” he said. “Many of them were positive, but most of them were negative and full of untruths and disinformation.”
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