Earlier this week, the small town of Mont Vernon was turned upside down by the killing of a local mother and vicious attack on her daughter. The four teenagers charged are said to have picked their victims at random. We’ll ask the questions many are asking as the state copes with an inexplicable tragedy.
- Charles Putnam, co-director of Justiceworks, a research institute at the University of New Hampshire, and a Research Associate Professor of Political Science at UNH
- William Pollack, Associate Clinical Professor at Harvard Medical School’s Psychology Department, author of REAL BOYS: Rescuing Our Sons from the Myths of Boyhood, and director of the Center For Men at McLean Hospital
We'll also hear from
- Paul Apple, member of the Board of Selectmen in Mont Vernon
- Loretta Brady, assistant professor of psychology St. Anselm College and clinical psychologist with Elliot Hospital Pain Management Center