Glad that you relocated to Denver to join Brother Moon's 'Brain Trust'. Do give him (them?) my regards and urge him to start taking the medication that the state mandated psychiatrists prescribed.
One more time for it so settle in:
AK you're 'done now' with defending your baseless and frivolous argument about the indictment but you have been 'done' with logic a long time ago. You can not stop something that occurred already. Hunter did not have the authority to veto an indictment neither does any other prosecutor in the state of Colorado. Hunter's conduct did not prevent the indictment from taking place, what it prevented was an arraignment which is the immediate step after an indictment. And spare us your protestations about not supporting Robinson's views when you quoted him at length including every positive comment about Hunter. I would ask you to stop inserting your own incorrect interpretations of what Wesson said but all you have left are your revisionist application of the facts. By voting to indict the Ramseys on the specific charge of child abuse resulting in death--the Grand Jury effected an indictment that Hunter IGNORED. If it suits you we can partially accomodate your request for us to stop writing that the Ramseys were indicted with some more clarifying language--by writing that the Ramseys were INDICTED by the Grand Jury but CORRUPT Alex Hunter IGNORED their FINDING which was an INDICTMENT of the RAMSEYS for child abuse resulting in DEATH. Since the Grand Jury did not know that they could FILE the INDICTMENT WITHOUT Hunter's CONSENT, the Ramseys ESCAPED PROSECUTION.
I hope that works for you.