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Friday, July 30, 2010

Hendricks: No explanation needed for local man's disappearance


Mike Hendricks has a column this morning arguing that people shouldn't expect a full explanation for why Larry Schnackenberg, a local man, went missing for a few weeks.

You’re free in this country to simply disappear.

As long as we can be sure that no crime was committed, that it wasn’t some hoax — and the cops seem pretty relaxed about that — then the backstory of Schnackenberg’s disappearance and homecoming is none of our business.

Photo: Schnackenberg's sons speak to reporters on Thursday afternoon.


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