Telegraph argues public’s right to know outweighs Spader’s right to privacy

From The Telegraph: Sometimes it seems like every part of Steven Spader’s twisted life is public.

We know what he did the night of Oct. 4, 2009 on Trow Road in Mont Vernon. We know he bragged about the brutal murder, planned it meticulously, we know he said he wanted to kill again. We know he was adopted and became a Boy Scout and, at one point, enjoyed acting in school plays.


But we don’t know what a trained psychiatrist discovered when he talked to the now 21-year-old murderer in prison, as recently as December.