Do you think the two Boulder Police officers charged with illegally killing a trophy elk, killing an elk out of season, forgery and tampering with physical evidence should be prosecuted?

Correct: Yes. They used their staus as law enforcement officers to illegally harvest an elk and then tried to cover it up. They should be prosecuted to the fullest extend of the law. 3 votes


Correct: Yes, but only for the forgery and tampering with physical evidence charges. The police officer who shot the elk said it was injured, and therefore that action was justified. 0 votes


Correct: No. Shooting the elk was a judgement call that was the officer's to make. We have no right to second guess him after the fact. 0 votes


3 total votes


Jools 2 years, 11 months ago

Honestly, we need all the facts before making a judgement, because it should be a fair one. We aren't some legal consulting services company, but we should think that, if we had the power, we wouldn't just blame someone without all the evidences. If at first what's written here makes us want to see them pay, we should find out what their reason was.


Gale 2 years, 10 months ago

Regardless of motives, when one tampers and forges the evidences, it means they know they've done something bad, especially if we're talking about two policemen who know the rules. If it were a person instead of an elk, they should have probably access http://robertperezlaw.com/ to find a good lawyer. I believe they should suffer the consequences.


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