Friday, June 27, 2008

Uh, uh, uh...

Shurtleff clarifies conflicting letters on Walker investigation
A.G. clears confusion, says treasurer's primary bribery probe will continue
By Cathy McKitrick
The Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake Tribune
Article Last Updated:06/27/2008 06:15:29 AM MDT

Two county attorneys tapped to look into bribery allegations against state Rep. Mark Walker will continue to investigate a possible criminal violation, the state Attorney General's Office said Thursday.

Attorney General Mark Shurtleff's office issued the statement to clarify its seemingly contradictory letters on the matter released a day earlier. The letters came from different officials in the A.G.'s Office, one seeming to indicate the investigation was being dropped and the other that it was going forward.



Anonymous said...

Great leaping frogs from the moon do we have an A.G. that refuses to acknowldge or doesn't know what is criminal or what is not. If someone robs a bank and there is no money in it the person is still guilty of bank robbery Yes? or maybe no according to the powers that be the A.G. the Lt. Gov. and the rest of those on the hill that think that they are above the law and anything the other side of legal is ok. This so called attorney for the state is an embarrassement to good lawyers everywhere. Shurtleff it is time to ride you and your cronies in the Executive and the
Legislative branch of government to get the hell out of Dodge and take your lowlife brand of politics with you. J-Man

Anonymous said...

Could Mr. Walker be guilty of violation the following statutes? 76-6-513 or 67-16-12 or 20A-1-60L all involving bribery of some type or other in regaurds to elections and the like. J-Man