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Editor’s Note: Lynn Packer is an award-winning investigative reporter, legal consultant and author of “Lying for the Lord: The Paul H. Dunn Stories“. Lynn graduated from Utah State University with a degree in broadcast journalism. He served in the United States Army from ’68 through ’70 in Vietnam, as a television news anchor and producer for the Armed Forces Vietnam Network (AFVN) Quang Tri detachment. He was awarded the Bronze Star. For 15 years Mr. Packer reported for KSL Television News in Salt Lake City. For ten years Lynn was an adjunct professor teaching journalism at Brigham Young University and the University of Dortmund.
We’d like to thank Mr. Packer for his service, dedication and contributions to journalism and ongoing quest for the truth.
The Michael Drury Injustice Story, Episode II. This is the story about Utah’s System of Justice being caught with its pants down. Way down. The report documents how two Utah judges and a prosecutor teamed up to open a secret investigation based on a Utah law—The Subpoena Powers Act— whose requirements they ignored. It details how Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes went after a former pollical ally and campaign fundraiser to bring criminal charges supported by a bogus probable cause statement. But that corrupt prosecution may not be limited to a single case. It appears that perhaps dozens of prosecutors and judges statewide have been engaging in unlawful, secret investigations.