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No Justice for Jack Yantis: The "Smoking Gun" is a Bloody Bullet

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Sherlock Holmes chides the indifferently attentive Inspector Martin of the Norfolk Constabulary, in "The Adventure of the Dancing Men."

Critical evidence will sometimes evade the notice of an inattentive or inept investigator because he is not looking for it. When that evidence has been found, documented, and then ignored by the investigator, something worse than incompetence – most likely malice or corruption -- is at work. This is true of what Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden calls "the most critical piece of physical evidence" in the officer-inflicted homicide of Jack Yantis, a rancher from Council who was slaughtered by two Adams County sheriff's deputies last November 1.

That crucial piece of evidence was a "spent shell casing" in Yantis's rifle, along with what was described as a .20 caliber bullet found in the middle of the scene.Sherlock Holmes chides the indifferently attentive Inspector Martin of the Norfolk Constabulary, in "The Adventure of the Dancing Men."

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