Hinds County Supervisor Requests DA to Investigate Courthouse Incident
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JACKSON, Miss. - The following news release is from the Hinds County Board of Supervisors released the following press release regarding the Hinds County Courthouse incident:
Supervisor Robert Graham is asking that the Hinds County District Attorney, Robert Shuler Smith, launch an investigation into the events surrounding the three tea party members who were locked inside the Hinds County Courthouse on June 3, 2014.
Graham says, “There are just too many questions left unanswered and I have a great concern for WHY people were inside the Hinds County Courthouse after hours. There must be accountability.”
Supervisor Graham, acting in his capacity as Hinds County District 1 Supervisor, sent a formal letter of request to D.A. Robert Shuler Smith on today, June 6, 2014. After some conversation with Graham, the District Attorney has agreed to investigate the situation further.