Court record sealed in death of Millard Co. sheriff's deputy Josie Greathouse Fox

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  • myself
    Feb. 16, 2010 11:21 a.m.

    I think they are tying not to make a deal with any wrong person.
    I think also they don't want to reveal what they are searching for and I won't elaborate on that.
    After all to say you are innocent can only mean 2 things, Roman was not alone in the car, or one more and that is what they seek, or so I believe. They must come up with something, and yes I hope they do, otherwise, there may not be a whole lot can be done and that would be a real and true shame.

  • Anonymous
    Jan. 16, 2010 8:28 a.m.

    Amen to the comment above.

  • Trooper
    Jan. 15, 2010 10:02 a.m.

    Lets get real they are trying to make sure both defent do get a fair trial on their charges and the minute the media gets involed it becomes alot hard for them to get a fair trial. The media needs to relize that both defents have a right to a fair trial even though the deputy didn't have a chance. I can't talk for her, but as a rited State Trooper from the South Ibeleive any officer would want to see that. If the Deputy was what I read about helping alot of people she came in contact with then I would beleive that she would want theses defented to get a fair trial.

  • No name
    Jan. 14, 2010 12:38 p.m.

    I really don't think the media cares about the liberties of these two individuals being violated. All the media cares about is its "EXCLUSIVE" coverage of the event. I'm sure the media was at the court house when the police filed the search warrants for the homes in Salt Lake as they were searching for the fugitives. After obtaining the warrants, the media felt it was their obligation to report the police were pinging the cell phone off the towers in Salt Lake. Now if you were a fugitive, what would you do? Yep, turn off your phone. Maybe the media ought to be charged with interfering with a police investigation. All for the sake of the "EXCLUSIVE REPORT". Wake up media, some things just don't need to be reported yet and you may have hindered the apprehension and maybe more people could have been hurt. Its called responsible reporting.......ever heard of it?