The family of an Idaho rancher who was fatally shot by two deputies has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
Jack Yantis was killed two years ago after one of his bulls was hit by a car and deputies shot the animal.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The two deputies involved in a fatal shooting of a rancher say they are weighing their options on moving forward after prosecutors concluded the two men would not face criminal charges.
A segment of the public has a lynch mob mentality when a white man is killed by law enforcers. Lack of evidence be darned. We spent a big chunk of today’s Top Story today talking about the Jack Yantis shooting. The Attorney General went to great lengths to issue copious details of the investigation...
MERIDIAN, Idaho (News Release) – On Nov. 1, 2015 the Adams County Sheriff's Office requested the Idaho State Police investigate a shooting involving two deputies. The incident occurred after a vehicle crash on US 95 involving a bull owned by local rancher, Jack Yantis, 62, of Council. During the incident Yantis was fatally shot.