Legislative immunity wrong at all levels of government

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Quoth Grant: “Bradford either invoked her right to immunity under Article V, Section 16, or followed the suggestion of an officer to take advantage of the option.” In the process of attempting to write a hit piece without having it look like a hit piece, it kinda sounds like Grand Junction’s favorite local leftist “either knows what the hell he’s talking about or he doesn’t”, huh? Lame sentence. Really lame. In fact, lame enough to destroy credibility.
Denver police lieutenant, Matt Murray, already admitted he lied to the media in telling them that Bradford asked for the legislative privilege. He used the word “wrong” in describing his “mistake”. How about the far greater likelihood that he was trying to manipulate public opinion against Bradford and thereby pollute the jury pool? Funny how it’s so easy to be “wrong” when you are being manipulative. The real pity is that 1) we’ll never know what Bradford’s actual blood-alcohol level was, and 2) some poor lower-level police sergeant gets to face an internal affairs investigation because of the obvious manipulativeness of her “superiors”.
While we’re at it, the Daily Sentinel didn’t exactly cover itself in glory by rushing Murray’s lie to the front page. It’s merely politics as usual all the way around. And, yes, it sucks.

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