Essex, Vermont -- August 17, 2011
The American Civil Liberties Union is demanding the release of information connected to the disappearance of a missing Essex couple.
Bill and Lorraine Currier vanished June 8.
Police have released very few details about their investigation in the two months since.
Two Vermont judges ruled that search warrants and written statements by police should be made public, but the Vermont Supreme Court disagreed.
The ACLU now plans to file paperwork asking the court to reconsider its decision. A hearing on the matter is scheduled for Sept. 13.
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