The death of Mikayla Miller, a 16-year-old from Hopkinton, is a deeply personal and emotional loss for her family. But since Miller's body was found last month, it's become something else, too — a case study in the distrust that an increasingly wide segment of Americans has for law enforcement. It's also a political crisis for Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan, who's leading the investigation into Miller's death.

Host Zoe Mathews talked through the knowns and unknowns with two GBH News reporters who've been following the case closely, Tori Bedford and Phillip Martin.

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