Two or three thoughts on what is in The Inquisitor this morning.
First of all, I thought that the article on Sherb Sentell fairly represented what happened and what has been said so far.
I thought a comment by Minden Attorney Eric Johnson, who volunteered his and Ron Miciotto's services to represent Sentell, was bizarre and out of line.
After saying that "Officer Wells seems to have a very vivid imagination, Johnson said that "Sherb was pretty lucky in one respect". When asked "How is that", he laughed and said "Since Sherb was unarmed, he could have been shot four times in the lobby of the Horseshoe by the Bossier City officer." Apparently he was jokingly referring to the fatal shooting of Scott Gray last week. I believe that Mr. Johnson is the one who has a very vivid imagination, and I thought his statement was despicable.
In the case of that shooting, The Inquisitor is reporting that Schuyler Marvin will probably send the case to a grand jury for review.
There is also an interesting article by local attorney John Settle, Jr. You'll have to buy The Inquisitor to read that one - better hurry, I'll bet they are going to go fast today.