Brian Stanley Supreme Court

Bryan Stanley's whereabouts could become a public record, if the Wisconsin Supreme Court gets involved in his case. 

Stanley killed three men at an area church in 1985, and spent nearly 25 years in a state hospital until he was considered well enough to be released.  But lower courts say Stanley's privacy is more important than the public's right to know where he's living.  The La Crosse Tribune wants the files opened, and is hopeful about the possible appeal to the Supreme Court:

That's Tribune editor Chris Hardie.  He argues that resolving the legal issue of privacy is more important right now than knowing where Stanley is. 





the need to know where Stanley is


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