Johanna Nielsen marches with supporters of the Yantis family from Council Elementary School to the Adams County Courthouse in Council on Nov. 14, in protest of the shooting of Jack Yantis by sheriff’s deputies. Yantis, 62, died on U.S. 95 in front of his Adams County ranch on Nov. 1, after an encounter with police. Idaho State Police investigators say Yantis was called to the scene to shoot his bull, which had been struck by a car. “Your heart just bleeds for the family ... and also for the families of the officers who did this,” Nielsen said.
Johanna Nielsen marches with supporters of the Yantis family from Council Elementary School to the Adams County Courthouse in Council on Nov. 14, in protest of the shooting of Jack Yantis by sheriff’s deputies. Yantis, 62, died on U.S. 95 in front of his Adams County ranch on Nov. 1, after an encounter with police. Idaho State Police investigators say Yantis was called to the scene to shoot his bull, which had been struck by a car. “Your heart just bleeds for the family ... and also for the families of the officers who did this,” Nielsen said. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com
Johanna Nielsen marches with supporters of the Yantis family from Council Elementary School to the Adams County Courthouse in Council on Nov. 14, in protest of the shooting of Jack Yantis by sheriff’s deputies. Yantis, 62, died on U.S. 95 in front of his Adams County ranch on Nov. 1, after an encounter with police. Idaho State Police investigators say Yantis was called to the scene to shoot his bull, which had been struck by a car. “Your heart just bleeds for the family ... and also for the families of the officers who did this,” Nielsen said. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com

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