Story seen as unbiased

I was impressed with Paul Boring’s final article on Trace Adams. (Adams gets 22 months, Jan. 5, Whidbey News-Times). It looked like unbiased reporting by someone that was interested in both sides of the story.

All the previous articles I have read on the subject by the News -Times and Record were decidedly one sided, trying and convicting Mr. Adams of crimes he wasn’t even charged with. I hope that this newspaper will one day wake up and understand that this is a small community, and we value truth and covet fair reporting by our newspaper, not unproven attacks on peoples integrity based on untruths and misinformation.

Rich Cannon

Oak Harbor

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