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    Lightbulb SAO Art Jackman argues against “hit list”?

    Quote Originally Posted by “Carlos R. Munoz”
    SPD took steps to protect six people on a “hit list” written by Ryan Flanzer, but the SAO allegedly wouldn’t return their calls, according to court documents. Four of the people on the list want legal protection:

    1. Eric Kaplan
    2. Kimberly Bald
    3. Lee Foster
    4. Dana Mahoney

    Attorney Maria Ruiz subsequently filed a motion asking a judge to add their names to a permanent no-contact order [from the criminal trial]. However, SAO Art Jackman argued in an email to the Herald-Tribune that a protection order is a civil proceeding – and he disputed that Flanzer’s list was a “hit list.” But the SAO referred to the list as a “hit list” in criminal court in a successful motion to increase Flanzer’s bond from $7,500 to $350,000 – and to impose a no-contact order for victims of the shooting and for individuals on the list.

    Police believed Flanzer was a threat to commit “significant dangerous acts” and asked a judge to grant a risk-protection order, known as a Red Flag order, to take away his cache of firearms. A search of Flanzer’s home found multiple firearms, including...
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    Journalism can never be silent: that is its greatest virtue and its greatest fault. It must speak, and speak immediately, while the echoes of wonder, the claims of triumph and the signs of horror are still in the air.

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