“I’m really happy justice was served,” said Ed Byrnes, second from left, who brought his sons James, 9, far left, and Max, 12, to a Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane candlelight vigil held in remembrance of Otto Zehm on Wednesday in front of Spokane City Hall.

Colin Mulvany

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