EDITORIAL: Community deserves access to Montwheeler evaluation

Once again, the public is being shut out from information about Anthony Montwheeler, the man accused of two murders a year ago in Malheur County. This time, citizens are left in the dark about the latest mental evaluation of Montwheeler.

A state judge ordered Montwheeler sent to the Oregon State Hospital for evaluation. The job of the medical staff there was to assess whether he was fit to stand trial.

Three weeks ago, state hospital . . .

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