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Interview with Muskegon County Prosecutor, Tony Tague after he clears Police Officer Charles Anderson

Radio Interview!  

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Radio Interview!  

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We interviewed Prosecutor Tony Tague on Radio Thursday, December 17, 2009 about his decison not to charge Police Officer Charles Anderson in the killing of Julius Anderson.
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2 Responses to Interview with Muskegon County Prosecutor, Tony Tague after he clears Police Officer Charles Anderson

  1. A Concerned American says:

    I have just one word for this interview with Tony Tague “ALL GARBAGE!”

  2. After reading the report given by the prosecutor I am not sure if the statement given by the sister of Mr. Johnson is accurate. I just pray that all of the information will be reviled and an accurate conclusion will be drawn from it. I think that having an independent investigation will be good for all parties involved.