Evelyn Piazza and District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller embrace after a Nov. 13 news conference regarding new evidence in the investigation of the Beta Theta basement surveillance that was deleted after Timothy Piazza’s death.
Evelyn Piazza and District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller embrace after a Nov. 13 news conference regarding new evidence in the investigation of the Beta Theta basement surveillance that was deleted after Timothy Piazza’s death. Phoebe Sheehan Centre Daily Times, file
Evelyn Piazza and District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller embrace after a Nov. 13 news conference regarding new evidence in the investigation of the Beta Theta basement surveillance that was deleted after Timothy Piazza’s death. Phoebe Sheehan Centre Daily Times, file