The lead prosecutor in Suffolk, Massachusetts, has advised a lady she is eager to explore her cases that Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax explicitly ambushed her at the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston.
Rollins sent a letter to Vanessa Tyson’s lawyers a week ago saying her office will explore if Tyson documents a criminal protest against Fairfax, Jake Wark, a representative for Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins’ office affirmed to CNN. The Boston Globe originally detailed the letter by Rollins.
Rollins told CNN in an announcement her office is “prepared, willing and capable” to help and arranged to manage the circumstance on Tyson’s terms.
Virginia delegate backs off arrangement to present articles of denunciation against Fairfax
Tyson has recently said that she isn’t keen on seeking after criminal allegations against Fairfax, yet did not react to CNN’s ask for input after Rollins’ announcement. Tyson’s lawyers still can’t seem to react to the offer from Rollins.