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Troy Rawlings email to Sim Gill

Troy Rawlings email to Sim Gill

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A July 17, 2013, email sent from Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings to Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill regarding their investigation into Utah Attorney General John Swallow.
A July 17, 2013, email sent from Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings to Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill regarding their investigation into Utah Attorney General John Swallow.

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Published by: The Salt Lake Tribune on Sep 29, 2013
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Troy Rawlings
Can you please call me re Swallow, Shurtleff and Others
Wednesday, July 17, 2013 5:01:00 PM
Gentlemen [In complete confidence at this time], I will get right to the point. We have a unique situation to address. If my memory is correct, each of you supported the candidacy of John Swallow forUtah AG. If so, Sim Gill and I request your assistance. In the near future,there will be a need to screen potential state charges and decide if grand jury indictments should be sought or not. The screening process will concernmultiple persons, based on investigations conducted primarily by the FBIand the Utah Department of Public Safety. There will be interviews,documents and other evidence to review. We hope the totality of evidenceleads to the conclusion that there are no state crimes / indictments to seek. Sim and I are confident we (he and I) can and will be fair and objective.However, we also want public confidence (to the degree that is possible) inboth the decision making process as well as any result (moving forward,standing down, or whatever the appropriate consensus determination isfrom fact and law). We are keenly aware that any decisions we make aboutthis matter will be attacked and questioned. We are not afraid of theevidence, politics or any decision in any direction. However, obviously wewant the process and decisions be fair, objective and impartial. The generalpublic must see that both process and outcome, no matter what directionthe case goes, were not motivated by a skewed agenda.  Therefore, it is appropriate and desirable that a supporter (preferably multiple supporters) of current Utah AG John Swallow's former campaignhave fully vested and participating seats at this prosecution vetting table.You will have confidential access to the complete investigation files. Lettersof appointment will be executed. Your suggestions for follow-up will besolicited. There is a lot of material. It will take time. Neither investigation iscomplete as of today. There is still much to be done. At this point, there arearound 10 sections of the Utah Code to contemplate in light of developingfacts. We hope the legislative process will supplement the investigationssignificantly. We look forward to obtaining access to that material prior tomaking decisions (although there are some statute of limitations issues todiscuss in this context). Frankly, the legislative investigation process by theUtah House of Representatives may yield potentially dispositive evidence oneway or the other relate to at least one of the subjects.We are soliciting your integrity, experience and judgment. The citizens of Utah deserve the individual and collective impartiality that this solicitationdemonstrates and that a committee of elected prosecutors,includingpolitical supports of elected AG John Swallow can bring. We look forward toa detailed dialogue with each of you about this call for help. We know you

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