Eastern State Hospital staff members escorting a field trip to the Spokane County Interstate Fair asked administrators two times to call 911 when Phillip A. Paul escaped from the group last month, and were told not to, according to an early investigation of the incident. Kevin Graman SR story here.
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Question: What do you think of the news that Eastern State Hospital administrators told staff members -- not once but twice -- not to call 911 after killer Phillip A. Paul escaped at the Spokane Interstate Fair?