We get mail every day. Some positive. Some negative. One reader apparently thinks there is a pro-Gary Miller bias here. Here’s what she wrote:
I thougth a good reporter was supposed to present an unbiased opion when reporting a story. Why are you trying to glorify Gary Miller? Your articles start out by addressing the issue of the grandchildren and then focus on Gary Miller and his accomplishments.
Are you not the least bit curious as to why the father of these children is not pursuing finding these children, or on the fact that he has been convicted of spousal and child abuse? Why would anyone plead guilty of these accusations to just put the relationship behind him? Gee, does this sound like the Greg Hidel case all over again? A father with money protects the abuser son, and the one who is actually the victim is the one now in the wrong.
Seriously, you need to fact find before you continue to report on this story. Most of your information is obtained by the Gary Miller camp, so actual reporting on your part is less than adequate.
It is very sad that Elizabeth Miller passed away, but FYI she is the one family member who refused to testify against Jennifer Lopez.
Truthfully, the only Gary we have any bias toward is Gary the snail.
Here’s the text of the press release from Miller’s office this afternoon:
Rep. Miller Announces Passing of Daughter
Elizabeth Miller, daughter of Rep. Gary Miller and Cathy Miller, passed away unexpectedly early Saturday morning. She was 33.
Elizabeth was full of lifea vibrant and beautiful young woman who embraced everyone she knew, said Mr. Miller. She was the love of my life and will always be missed. She is in a better place and at peace in Gods arms.
Elizabeth was born July 17, 1974 and grew up in Diamond Bar, CA with her parents and three brothers. She attended undergrad at Scripps College in Claremont, CA and earned a Masters of Business Administration at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It was there she met her future husband, Donald Miller.
Elizabeth and Donald married in August 2005 and settled in Atlanta, GA where they both accepted executive positions at Home Depots corporate headquarters.
Elizabeth is survived by her husband, Donald; parents, Gary and Cathy; and three brothers Matthew, Brian and Loren.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, December 1 at Calvary Chapel Golden Springs in Diamond Bar, CA.
Thursday, 8:30 a.m. POMONA – A preliminary hearing date is scheduled to be set for Manling Tsang Williams, who is charged with capital murder in the slayings of her husband and the couples two young sons at the familys Rowland Heights home. Dept. S, Pomona