Governor Herbert “isn’t an attorney.”

Just in case you were wondering, Utah Attorney General wants to make it clear: Mark Shurtleff is in charge of the investigation into “the List,” now and Governor Herbert is not, let me repeat, not an attorney. (and by “The List,” I am referring to this)

All cleared up?

“The governor is not an attorney, he’s not a prosecutor.”


“It was administrative fact-finding, what they’ve done. It really wasn’t an investigation. That begins today.”

Mark Shurtleff is large and in-charge, folks.  Step aside and let the professionals work.

Joking aside, find the full story on ABC4 here (“Utah’s attorney general makes clear he’s now in charge of “List” investigation”).

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