Grand Jury In Crow Wing County: Day One

Yesterday, Crow Wing County (CWC) Attorney Don Ryan held the first day of his grand jury deliberations.  While the CWC Attorney’s offices don’t release details of grand jury probes, virtually everyone involved in last year’s Crow Wing County voting irregularities case – over a dozen people – have been subpoenaed.

What happened?

We don’t know – grand jury proceedings aren’t public.  The panel is scheduled to meet through tomorrow.

However, this is going to be a doozy of a story on Thursday, or whenever the grand jury releases its indictments.  Or doesn’t.  Either way.

1 thought on “Grand Jury In Crow Wing County: Day One

  1. Regardless of the outcome the grand jury will do some good. I believe that some people, mostly of the liberal persuasion, make a decision about whether someone should or should not be allowed to vote without a thought about whether they are legally allowed to vote. Maybe they think that they can claim that they thought the people in their charge were allowed to vote, and if they get caught, no big deal.
    For evidence, consider that it is the Dems, not the GOP, that has made it a goal to register (or to be allowed to register) people that have been institutionalized for one reason or another.
    Even if the grand jury does not issue any subpoenas, it will serve as a warning to certain individuals who want to register the institutionalized to mind their P’s and Q’s.

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