Agents in November raided the farm of two farmers who helped push statute legalizing hemp production in Wyoming, court filings in the impending case show.
Kimmell’s killer is guilty, but keeping capital punishment on its books is a waste of resources that could result in the execution of innocent people.
Wyoming’s Department of Corrections has yet to report a confirmed COVID-19 case among its inmates, bucking national trends.
Antonio Serrano, one of the organizers behind the WyoSayNo campaign against opening a private ICE jail in Evanston, describes the impetus for the fight.
Calls and crime are down, at least one jail turned detainees loose and new protocols are designed to minimize contacts but “We’re still police officers. We’re still enforcing the law.”