EARLIER: Newspaper answers Cabinet’s appeal in records case

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Records sought about oversight of drowned teen Jackleen Lane

By Lisa King

The Sentinel-News filed this week an answer to a complaint and appeal filed by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services in October to avoid having to release records relative to dead teenager Jackleen Lane.

An affidavit filed on behalf of the newspaper and its editor, Steve Doyle, who was named as a defendant in the Cabinet’s appeal, says no response is required and that the newspaper only was following the law – that is, the Attorney General’s order to the Cabinet to turn over records relating to Lane, who was found drowned June 17 in Clear Creek.

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