Transactional Immunity, Lincoln School, Trinidad’s General Manager – February 7, 2008

 Only time for a short dispatch this week.

On the Thursday, Feb. 7 Humboldt Review, we’ll talk with District Attorney Paul Gallegos about his decision to grant “transactional immunity” to members of the Eureka Police SWAT Team who testified before the Humboldt County Grand Jury in the Cheri Lyn Moore case. The main question is, why’d he do that? Other questions are about how the Grand Jury process works, what’s to come next in the Moore case and, is it true that he’s a “rogue DA?”

Then we’ll talk about the Eureka City Schools plan to close Lincoln School on the West Side.

Finally, we’ll talk with newly appointed Trinidad City Manager Stephen Albright about his new position and what’s in store for Trinidad.

Updates possible, but not looking real likely… so just tune in to find out who the other guests are!

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