**This is another update from LibertyFight.com by Martin Hill regarding the officer involved shooting death of Jack Yantis.**
On Monday November 30th, I broke the story identifying the two Adams County, Idaho Sheriffs who killed rancher Jack Yantis on Nov. 1st. The cops and the corporate media had refused to identify the two Sheriffs for a month, so I published it myself with the help of some people who live in Council Idaho and gave me the details. The Sheriff’s names were Brian Wood and Cody Roland. My article went super-viral and thirteen hours after I published the story, late Monday night, Sheriff Ryan Zollman released their names officially.
See the following two articles for a recap:
- BOMBSHELL: Deputy Accused In Jack Yantis Killing Is An FBI-Trained Sniper, Was Previously Sued For Roughing Up 79-Year-Old: TIME TO NAME THE IDAHO SHERIFFS
- Idaho Sheriff Releases Names of Two Killer Cops 13 Hours After Bombshell Expose Outed Them on LibertyFight.com.
Just when I thought this story couldn’t get any crazier, the wife of Deputy Brian Wood, one of two Sheriffs who killed Jack Yantis on November 1st, posted a message on Facebook explaining her perspective of her husband’s controversial exchange with a 79 year old man (video below) a few years ago, in which the department Wood worked for at the time, McCall, Idaho PD, paid out $14,500 to 79-year old Rodney “Tom” Whaley.
MacKenzie Wood also posted the video of the exchange between her husband and Whaley, which was released by the news media the evening after I broke the story.
After setting the record straight about the 79-year-old troublemaker, in which her husband showed “grace and patience” with the oldster, she ends with her thoughts on the Yantis killing:“As such, I greatly look forward to the conclusion of the investigation and the truth about the November 1st gunfight becoming public.” (smile emoticon added.)
She added “Brian and Cody perpetually put their own safety at risk to be the kind of officer you would want to arrive on scene if you needed help. EVERY DAY you hear about the random shooting of an officer at something as simple as a traffic stop, and EVERY DAY they go to work knowing they could be next, but they go anyway. They certainly don’t do it for the money. They do it because they have a HEART for the people they serve! I am very proud of both of these men!”
I’ll say one thing, this broad truly gives new meaning to the term “stand by your man.”
Below is her post in its’ entirety.