We e-mailed these questions to KSL's Nightside Project, hoping they would ask Attorney General Mark Shurtleff when he called in tonight, but it was one of those giggly segments instead. (You know you're not going to learn much when the host starts by congratulating the 'interviewee' on behalf of all Utahns.)
Like most people, we are glad that Warren Jeffs is behind bars. However, we can't help but scratch our heads as to why Jeffs was prosecuted before / instead of the (alleged) rapist himself. The two questions we would like answered are simple:
(1) Will the (alleged) rapist himself be prosecuted? and
(2) If so, what would happen to the Jeffs conviction if the (alleged) rapist is acquitted?
Judging from the Trib and KSL.com comments, many others are wondering the same thing. So, anyone know the scoop?
UPDATE: Apparently the husbnad is going to be prosecuted. That just leaves question no. 2.