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Friday could be a big day for the sad legacy of Jackleen Lane, but we hesitate to raise false hopes. The emphasis must fall squarely on the word “could.”
That’s because Friday is the deadline imposed by Attorney General Jack Conway’s office for the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to deliver to us the official records of its investigations into the troubled life of Ms. Lane, the 15-year-old girl found floating dead in Clear Creek last June, three days after she last had communicated with her older brother Joshua, her court-ordered custodial parent.
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