There have been rumblings for some time that the New Hampshire Prosecutor’s Office is considering obstruction of justice charges against certain advocates who claim to represent the Murray family, though nothing has come of it to date. One person who works closely with the Murray’s – Erinn Larkin – has pushed the boundaries of interference with the investigation into Maura Murray’s disappearance to its breaking point.
I have learned that Larkin is putting in a routine request for emails sent to the Cold Case Unit and their detectives in an effort to find out what private information is being sent to them and from who. This means that if you submitted a tip to the Cold Case Unit via email, which you assumed was private, there’s a good chance it was not, at least not entirely.
This interference has made it difficult for investigators, and informants have been told to avoid email if they can.
If you have a tip about the Murray case, it may be in your best interest to submit that information by phone call to (603) 271-2663.
This news follows in the wake of allegations that those close to the Murray family may not have the best motives in mind.