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Above, Joe Henry mourns in 2006 during a prayer ceremony at the south Everett roadside where his nephew Mylo Harvey lost consciousness while struggling with police. With Henry are (clockwise, from left) Linda Henry, Donna Cooper, Nilah Devaney and Mylo's mother, Diane Henry.

In the eyes of the law, Mylo Harvey's death is a closed case. But the truth? That's something that lies beyond the bare facts. Begin Chapter I >>
Why did young Mylo Harvey die after a struggle with Everett police? A reporter's questions lead to lessons about family, loss and the ability to endure.

Table of contents
I: THE QUIET HILL
II: QUESTIONS
III: FULL DISCLOSURE
IV: MANY HURTS
V: FLASH BANG
VI: A GOOD SON
VII: THE STRUGGLE
VIII: PROMISE GONE
IX: THE GIVEAWAY
X: MEDICINE POUCH
XI: JOURNEY'S END
EPILOGUE

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About the writer
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