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About 60 people called or sent emails to the Idaho Attorney General’s Office by midafternoon Wednesday, pressing authorities for answers about the Nov. 1 death of Adams County rancher Jack Yantis at the hands of sheriff’s deputies.
Yantis, 62, was shot during an encounter with deputies on the highway in front of his ranch. His wife, who witnessed the shooting, said it was murder; an attorney for the deputies said the family’s account is “not accurate in numerous material respects.”
Michael McLaughlin, who manages three “Justice for Jack” Facebook pages, said action on Yantis’ death is long overdue — and that’s what sparked the Wednesday email and letter-writing campaign. Supporters were asked to copy and send this message to the Attorney General’s Office:
“We the people ask for action concerning Cody Rowland and Brian Wood. At this time, after paying their wages for six months, we would expect to Hear any and all charges your investigation has identified. Whether it be the Charge of excessive force or Charges up to and/or including MURDER, we demand as American citizens that our voices not be ignored any longer.”
Social media posts about the campaign include a link to the contact page on the AG’s website and the phone number and mailing address for the AG’s Office.
originally posted by: Bedlam
a reply to: dreamingawake
IIRC, it's been months since the investigation was concluded and the AG got the results.
I'd have to guess you won't see either jack or # released until everyone "forgets about it". It must not have been very good for the cops or you'd have heard them shouting it.