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McKenzie: Steve Groene Not Only One Suffering

Complete letter published in Coeur d'Alene Press here

As Mark McKenzie's brother, I am shocked that Steve G. would act in the manner in which he is. Almost all of the items in the house were removed by the cleanup crew. The house was left shut up for quite some time. There was rotting blood and food closed up in there, and the windows were boarded up. I personally invited Steve out there to get what he thought he needed. Steve did not want personal items but items of value, mostly electronics, including a TV, VCR and a PlayStation. All of the items where locked up in a storage shed located at the house, which was broken into many times. Steve never asked for any true personal items. He never asked for the kids' favorite toys or photos. If he would have gone out there when the cleanup crew was working, he could have asked for items that could have been cleaned. He never did -- Steve McKenzie/Otis Orchards.

Question: What is your reaction to the letter to the editor from Mark McKenzie's brother, Steve?

Hat Tip: I.B. Lurking




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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.









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