Finally: Sentence for 1970 killing of Minn. officer
By John Brewer
St. Paul Pioneer Press
One family's long wait for justice...and still counting
ST. PAUL — Thursday would be Jeanette Sackett-Monteon's first restful night of sleep in almost 39 years.
The widow of St. Paul police officer James Sackett, slain May 22, 1970, when a sniper's bullet caught him just above his badge, said worrying about her husband's unresolved death made slumber elusive.
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