This is starting to reek of a cover up.
Bishop’s mother was on the Braintree Personnel Board when her daughter shot her son to death in 1986
Also yesterday, new details emerged in the bizarre saga. Anderson told the Associated Press the couple had recently gone to a shooting range, but he didn’t know where she got the gun she used for target practice that day.
Bishop blasted her 18-year-old brother Seth with a shotgun in their Braintree home in 1986 in what was ruled an accidental death. She was later questioned about the 1993 attempted bombing of Dr. Paul Rosenberg, a Newton Highlands physician who evaluated her doctorate work at Harvard University.
Braintree Mayor Joseph C. Sullivan announced Sunday law enforcement is “conducting a full and thorough review” of records relating to Seth Bishop’s death after Braintree police Chief Paul Frazier said Amy Bishop’s mother, Judith Bishop, sat on the city’s politically wired personnel board at the time of the shooting.
Bill Delahunt has had a miraculous mental breakthrough and suddenly remembers the case and of course he’s blaming the police for his lack of investigation and/or prosecution of Bishop.
U.S. Rep. and former Norfolk District Attorney William Delahunt yesterday backed off earlier claims he didn’t recall the 1986 shooting death of Amy Bishop’s brother, with a top aide now saying police downplayed the need for further investigation.
Mark Forest, Delahunt’s chief of staff, said both state and local police told the former top prosecutor they believed Amy Bishop, then 20, had accidentally blasted her 18-year-old brother, Seth, with their father’s shotgun.
“They pretty much found the death was accidental and there was no need for further action,” Forest told the Herald.
Pretty much? That’s convincing. And just who were the state and local police officers who told Delhaunt that it was, like, pretty much, like an accident?