Two high-profile federal actions against the FBI bomb tech and Carmel resident concluded nearly a year ago. So why won’t questions surrounding the investigation go away?
A full-blown conspiracy theory needs a motive to thrive. And last September, the government served up a doozy: On top of the child-porn prosecution, it announced, Sachtleben had agreed to plead to additional, “unrelated” charges of breaching national security.Read more
As the main suspect in the arson case goes free, a small town smolders.
The jury’s decision stunned the sleepy town. As one Nashville denizen told IM, “Good luck finding someone who admits to knowing those two now. The entire community thinks they’re guilty as sin.”Read more
Plus, what do you call a night’s dusting of snow in April? Spring + winter = #sprinter.
@IUBloomington offers the week’s best #humblebrag: “Just another day at IU (with Grammy Award winner Joshua Bell and Academy Award winner Meryl Streep).”Read more
As the Indy Eleven prepare to take the field for a season opener on April 12, a tragedy on the sidelines remains unsolved.
What Daniel Foster knows for sure is that by 2:15 a.m., his brother lay in the club’s parking lot, blood seeping from his ear.Read more
Plus, Andrew Luck models a new U.S. soccer jersey and The Urbanophile posts a stark thought on the city’s recent rash of murders.
Via @urbanophile: “Last time there were 8 murders in Indy, the mayor issued a statement and jetted off to Phoenix.”Read more
The Ten Point Coalition aims to reduce gun violence and black-on-black crime in the city’s urban core, yet it is the group and its leader, Rev. Charles Harrison, who find themselves coming under attack.
“I feel like we are doing this by ourselves and fighting a losing battle,” says Rev. Charles Harrison.Read more