Utah family wants justice after federal raid leads to suicide

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Utah family wants justice after federal raid leads to suicide

Federal raid in artifact looting probe led to doctor’s suicide
In this June 22 photo, Jonah Yellowman, a Navajo spiritual adviser holds broken pottery found laying on the ground in Kane Gulch, near Blanding, in Utah. A Blanding family wants an appeals court to reinstate its lawsuit claiming the Bureau of Land Management used excessive force in a raid tied to an investigation of artifact looting that triggered the suicide of Dr. James Redd. The family argues he was treated unfairly when agents dressed in paramilitary gear overwhelmed him at gunpoint at his house in southeastern Utah.

Utah family wants justice after federal raid leads to suicide

In this June 22 photo, Jonah Yellowman, a Navajo spiritual adviser holds broken pottery found laying on the ground in Kane Gulch, near Blanding, in Utah. A Blanding family wants an appeals court to reinstate its lawsuit claiming the Bureau of Land Management used excessive force in a raid tied to an investigation of artifact looting that triggered the suicide of Dr. James Redd. The family argues he was treated unfairly when agents dressed in paramilitary gear overwhelmed him at gunpoint at his house in southeastern Utah.
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