Petition to Recall Sheriff Jerry Hatcher
BALLOT SYNOPSIS OF RECALL CHARGES AGAINST FERRY HAT’CHER, BENTON COUNJY SHERIFF
The charges that Jerry Hatched, Benton County Sheriff, commiitted misfeasance, malfeasance, and/or violated his oath of office allege that he:
Illegally appropriated for his own use 14 cases of ammunition be)onging to Benton County.
Illegally tampered with physical evidence by directing the distribution of ammunition that was potential evidence of his own alleged unlawful acts.
Interfered in an investigation into his conduct by acting to prevent witnesses from being interviewed.
Violated county anti-discrimination policy by hindering an investigation into his conduct and retaliating against the complainant and witnesses to the investigation.
illegally intimidated public servants and witnesses in investigations into his conduct by raising false allegations of impropriety and threatening witnesses’ jobs.
Illegally made false or misleading statements to law enforcement and the court regarding the number of firearms he needed to surrender pursuant to a court order.
Illegally made false or misleading Statements to public servants claiming that he had initiated a criminal investigation into his own conduct when he had not.
Falsified a public record by placing a false date on an investigation request.
Should Jerry Hatcher be recalled from office based upon these charges?
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From the chair of the Washington State Democrats:
“We lost a legend tonight. Justice Ginsburg will go down in American history as one of the fiercest advocates for civil rights and equality under the law that we’ve ever been blessed to serve us in public life. Tonight, we send our love and our sympathy to Justice Ginsburg’s family, and we grieve with them as we mourn her loss.””But tomorrow, the work of fighting to protect the rights Justice Ginsburg enshrined in decisions issued from the highest court in the land must continue. The security of so many Americans’ reproductive rights, right to marry whomever they love, and the fundamental right to be treated as equals in our society should never have rested on the shoulders of a five foot tall, 87 year old giant of American jurisprudence. We must recommit ourselves to ensuring America lives up to the vision of a just society Justice Ginsburg brought to life in both the decisions she authored and the example she set for women everywhere. May she rest in peace.”