Magazine October 15, 2018, Issue

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A Just Word

I sympathize deeply with Rael Jean Isaac’s frustration in reporting on Frank Fuster’s plight (“The Last Victim,” September 10). I hope she is not holding her breath for a just outcome. 

I retired after 30 years as an investigator for various agencies of the State of Washington and was once involved in the investigation of similar allegations against a pre-school teacher. Quite frankly the assertions of child abuse were so outlandish as to be rejected out of hand. I learned very early in my career to ignore the legal outcomes of my findings if I was going to be able to

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A reader sympathizes with Rael Jean Isaac’s frustration in reporting on Frank Fuster’s plight (“The Last Victim,” September 10).

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