Criminal probe of candidate requested

DA asks CBI for its help with King investigation

Thanks for visiting The Daily Sentinel

Subscribers and registered users, log in to continue reading for free*


Forgot your password?    

Register to read for free! Become a subscriber

* 7-day subscribers have unlimited access to online content.
Registered users may read 12 articles per month.

COMMENTS

Commenting is not available in this channel entry.

The Sheriff’s office withheld this information from a CORA (Colorado Open Records Act) for several days, until another request was submitted. This is back in the first of June. The Republican Party must have had knowledge of the firing, yet withheld disclosure until just before the primary, NO STATEMENTS EVEN YET, RELEASED BY THEM.
Can you say collusion?
The pressure will be so great, King will retire from the race, the Republican party will then hurriedly apologize, claim no prior knowledge and insert their favorite candidate into the race having spent no money, no time, no energy in the now failed primary.

With Hilkey now in charge of the CBI, I’m sure they will find NOTHING, let me repeat that NOTHING, relating to Kings misdeeds in office, in the Sheriff’s department, or in his private life. How can Hilkey run an impartial investigation of his own staff that he handpicked and oversaw which allowed King to be employed in the first place.
Give me a break, that’s like asking Blagg if he murdered anyone. And what about that mess, with a Brady letter against King, how will that effect that retrial?
Holy smokes, what a mess served up by the Republicans, the Sheriff’s office, King and Hilkey.
Thanks to those involved; Lois Dunn, chair of the Mesa County Republican Party, Stan Hilkey who rehired King (unsupervised?), the Sheriff’s office for ignoring the first CORA request, and the voters that believed the hype and voted for King.
Shades of Jared Wright.



TOP JOBS
Search More Jobs





THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Sign in to your account
Information

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy