From one of the most corrupt districts in Utah, you gotta love Ogden politics.
This is business as usual.
Defense attorney Randall Richards wants to ride the gravy train. Sorry buddy
but you're going to have to get off.
This is not a difficult case, and the facts are obvious.The only
question is how long it will take, and how many hundreds of thousands of
millions of dollars will be spent on attorneys quibbling over irrelevent
nonsense before justice is eventually done.Killing cops does not
seem to result in caring for the rights of the slain officers nearly as much as
it does for the "alleged" killers. For further proof see human
artwork Algier, or the illegal who killed officer Josie Fox.
Richards is in a bit of a snit, eh? He needs to relax and step down. Does he
really think that cops are going to destroy evidence in a capital case? If he
does then he's a bit off. He appears to have a large conflict of interest if he
knows some of the cops in the case. Let the out of the county guy take the case
and lose it.
If it was a bunch of bad guys breaking into a cop's house and the cop shot the
bad guys... would this be a different story?
DN SubscriberThis is not a difficult case, and the facts are obvious.You must be referring to the "Media Trial" and since the
official report has contradictions in it, I would suggest the fact are not so
obvious. I realize that Utah prefers trail by media, but alas we still live in
America, danged it huh?Rifleman: No Gravy train, friend of the
family and hired by the defendants parents, so pleeeese public defenders are a
joke in Utah, check the statistics.
He is entitle to a full and complete defense, even a no holds barred defence.Guilt must be proven beyond any reasonable doubt, and within the rules