It shouldn't matter, but it does . . .
There were a few interesting comments on this topic floating around our blog and throughout social media and so we pose an uncomfortable question might reveal some divisions amongst the rural Missouri population who will decide this contest . . .
"As I’ve said previously, my Office is committed to fighting for justice on behalf of the 17 people that were tragically killed in 2018 – that’s why we re-filed the charges in this case," Schmitt said in a statement, according to local outlet OzarksFirst.com.
Judge Alan Blankenship dismissed the charges against all three men earlier this month. Blankenship, according to local KY3, had said that while the defendants were aware of the storm, evidence did not show that they knew about its "gust front." He also said the boat’s own design resulted in it sinking quickly.
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Two days after a Missouri judge dismissed criminal cases against three managers of a Missouri duck boat tour company stemming from a 2018 boat ride that resulted in the deaths of 17 customers, state Attorney General Eric Schmitt has refiled charges.