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It started three decades ago. And in the spring ofthe killer sent the paper a letter after 16 years of silence, apparently sparked by a story about the 30th anniversary of the first killing. BTK killed eight people.
The first was Jan. A reader found a letter inside a book at a local library and called the newspaper. The killer also has sent letters and made phone calls to a local television station, but his main media connection has been the Eagle.
The newspaper has involved itself in the in other ways.
Eagle Reporter Hurst Laviana, who followed the case for more than 20 years, was one of three reporters who were asked to give DNA samples last summer, in a desperate attempt to find the mysterious killer.
Apparently he was cleared; he never heard back from investigators. The Eagle cooperated without a fight but was criticized by the DA for running a story about the subpoenas.
All of this puts the newspaper in an awkward position. The killer seems almost to be using it as an agent of communication. It is both a provider of evidence and chronicler of the news.
Some employees worried that BTK might target them as attention increases. And how much should it cooperate with law enforcement authorities? Put yourself in the shoes of the editor of the Eagle, or of a television station that might have received similar communications.
The Wichita community, terrorized for years by a mysterious killer, certainly has a stake in finding out who this person is and incarcerating him or her to prevent future potential harm. The killer is a prime stakeholder, an odd duck who seems to enjoy tantalizing the media and the public with taunts about his or her identity.
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