Some time ago, I took part in a feature length documentary film titled Who Killed Don Bolles?, by Arizona filmmaker Nicholas Bartlett — a film that explores the 1976 murder of investigative reporter Don Bolles, who I’ve written extensively about over the last few decades. The film is now available on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play, Vimeo On Demand, Vudu, and Youtube. I encourage anyone interested in the Don Bolles case to give it a watch. For questions or comments, you can visit www.whokilleddonbolles.com — below is a trailer for the film. Enjoy!
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Can’t wait to watch it.
I’ve been hoping for a documentary on this case. Thank you for the continued reports!
Thank you Don!
Don, Thanks for the heads up. I hope you are well and that the documentary gets lots of viewers. Best, John
I am going to watch this. Hope all is good with you Don! Anita
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Just finished it. Wow! What a rabbit hole. Thank you Don for your work in this film
I just seen you on an old unsolved mystery episode, so I decided to look you up! :) I’m interested in journalism.
Thank you Don, for all your years of fearless investigative journalism!
Karen Kincaid McGrew is an old friend and former farm labor organizer in Arizona, Mexico, Texas, and Florida with whom I worked under auspices of the Maricopa County Organizing Project, the Arizona Farm Workers Union, and the Cooperativas Sin Fronteras back from the late 1970s into the 1980s. She fondly was known by the nickname “La Flaca“ by workers in both sides of the border. Karen now lives in retirement with husband Kevin in Raleigh, North Carolina. It’s always a delight to hear from her.