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Letter: ‘Dirty Harry’? Shurtleff has ‘Dirty hands’
First Published Jun 04 2014 03:35 pm • Last Updated Jun 04 2014 03:35 pm

When former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff sounds off on the Doug Wright Show and the news media, he sounded like any common crook, saying the officers who served the search warrant on his home were "Dirty Harry" and John Wayne wannabes.

They knew where they were going and followed protocol to the letter because of who Mr. Shurtleff was.

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He should know the law, but he has "Dirty hands" and sounded like any common crook because that is what he really is. Oh, Shurtleff will plead the 5th and get away with it, but the people of Utah know better. He is a common crook!

Lloyd Cummings

Beaver




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