This is an impotrant Memo to Attorney General Thurbert Baker.
It appears that the police department in Clayton County Georgia require a special investigator in the shooting death of Denise Taylor. It appears that on February 29, 2008, while the family was at a gathering, Riley Taylor a retired police officer "accidently fired" his weapon and it struck and killed his wife of 39 years. I would not be bringing this to your attention, other than the fact that this entire shooting "smells".What is a retired police officer doing with a weapon out in the first place? Bringing it out for show and tell?
Do you realize that his wife Denise was a very sickly and fragile woman? Is there a possibility this was a "mercy killing".
Those at the gathering who provided an account are also in law enforcement. The couples son is a police officer, the daughter in law is a 911 dispatcher, need I say more?
Why is Riley Taylor receiving preferential treatment in the shooting death of his wife?
This case, is no different than so many officer related police officer family tragedies that are swept under the carpet.
I am asking that your office conduct an investigation into this matter. And look further into the well oiled alibi statements that were provided to former police associates on the evening of Denise Taylor's death.