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Published: Wednesday, April 9 2014 5:35 p.m. MDT

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St.George, Utah

....and the plot is getting too thick to even put a spoon in the pot, not to mention, stir it.

Fitness Freak
Salt Lake City, UT

Wasn't it just last week that the Ut. Supreme court turned down a request from Sim Gill for a grand jury?

Isn't it about time we (Republicans)got to the bottom of this mess?

WHATS' WRONG with having a grand jury deal with this mess?

There's been PLENTY of time to investigate. Facts DON'T change. Either the people should be charged or exonerated.

Get to it!

Blaine, WA

Could someone please explain why criminal charges have not been filed against (at least) these three?

one vote
Salt Lake City, UT

Grand jury time.

slc, ut

This is a great time for a grand jury, this scandal has legs.

Salt Lake City, UT

This situation is looking more and more like a Utah remake of: "All the Presidents Men." Keep digging!

Kearns, UT

And I used to like Shurtleff back when he was DA for Salt Lake. Glad his aspirations for Governor are no more.

one old man
Ogden, UT

Ah, the wonderful aroma of Utah politics in the morning. (Or is the proper term "stench?")

Open Minded Mormon
Everett, 00

Posted 16 hours ago....

Not ONE Conservative who called this a Democrat witch-hunt chiming in.


Sandy, UT

This might lead all the way to the Governor's office.
He is their direct boss. It only makes sense.

Sandy, UT

Swallow said something similar about HIS phone or computer, that he didn't want info dealing with work in his position in his church revealed.

Torgenson is using that same weak excuse...that he doesn't want info brought to light that he communicated with his wife and mother.

Torgy, believe me...they don't care one iota about text/mails you are sending dear old mom.

That isn't anything they can use to indict you.

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