Ahead of Robert Lewis Dear Jr.'s mental competency trial May 21, Rewire.News is seeking clarity about what sets Dear apart from the killers he says inspired him.
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"We need to make sure that vulnerable people aren’t even near the police and if the police want to arrest or detain a vulnerable person, the whole crowd needs to go," Alejandra Pablos told Rewire.News during a recent interview. "They can’t arrest all of us."
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A mother's trust is important, and I want my son to know that what he brings to me, he brings to me, and not the rest of the world.
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