This afternoon we're checking follow-up in a case that sparked outrage among our rural neighbors and revealed a surprising level of resistance against authorities out in the stix. Even worse, a few trolls backing this sketchy killing of a woman only made suspicions about the shootings worse as typically conservative Missouri residents raised questions over the dearth of law enforcement checks & balances.
Aftermath . . .
PETTIS COUNTY, Mo. - The sheriff's deputy that shot and killed 25-year-old Hannah Fizer in Sedalia is back on the job after a tumultuous investigation and public backlash. Fizer was stopped for a traffic violation on June 13, according to the Pettis County Sheriff's Office.