Prosecutors aim to wrap up case in '04 jail death [LINK]
...Eighteen witnesses, including 12 employees of the sheriff's office, testified over eight days as federal prosecutors presented their case against Sheriff James Telb, Internal Affairs [OMG!] Capt. Robert McBroom, and retired employees Sgt. John Gray and Deputy Jay Schmeltz. The four are named in a 12-count indictment on criminal charges related to the 2004 death of inmate Carlton Benton and allegations of a subsequent cover-up. ...
What originally [Previous Post] caught my attention was...
...When questioning the three forensic pathologists, defense attorney Richard Walinski spoke about "excited delirium" and asked whether Mr. Benton displayed symptoms of the disorder. ...
The new millennium version of, "He, uh, he fell down the stairs."
"Yeah, four times!"
It's nice to see that 'Internal Affairs' has been invited to participate in the proceedings.
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