They shoot horse thieves, don't they? | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

They shoot horse thieves, don't they?

Posted By on Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 1:51 PM

ACCUSED IN HORSE THEFTS: Jaci Rae Jackson
  • ACCUSED IN HORSE THEFTS: Jaci Rae Jackson
Readers of the Magnola Banner-News are riled after reading underlying facts of the case of the rodeo horses stolen from Southern Arkansas University. Jaci Rae Jackson, 18, an SAU student, has been arrested in the case. Authorities accuse her of having one of the horses killed. The others were left to slowly starve.

The case has attracted hundreds of comments on the newspaper blog.

The newspaper has now posted the complete affidavit for an arrest warrant on its blog.

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