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Should police have done more sooner to investigate online threats and harassment reported against a Vermont state representative? Was it a failure by law enforcement - from the local police in Bennington up to the Attorney General's Office in Montpelier? Did the complaints fall through the cracks because of a lack of a clear policy? Or were the reports impossible to investigate and not enough proof to prosecute? Those are some of the questions being asked in the wake of Rep. Kiah Morris, D-Bennington, dropping out of the race for re-election this year, citing ongoing threats she said went back two years. One key question raised is who should investigate allegations of online crimes.
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Kiah Morris case prompts computer investigation questions