WTF is wrong in Northern Mississippi? Former state Representative Ashley Henley gunned down in Yalobusha County, after questioning sheriffs departments sloppy investigation into her sisters homicide.

From the Mississippi Free Press:

,Former Rep. Ashley Henley ‘Murdered’ By Gunshot Outside Trailer Where Sister-In-Law Died, Officials Say

Authorities are investigating the murder of former Mississippi House Rep. Ashley Henley, seen here with husband Brandon Henley in 2019. Her body was found outside the remains of a trailer where her sister-in-law was found dead after a December fire. Photo credit: Ashley Henley/Facebook

Northern Mississippi is a hotbed of incestuous political ties, and “state-crime” syndicates, as we see in the case of Richard Moore, who runs the North Mississippi Anti-Gang Stalking Facebook, and his lawsuit against corrupt “high policing” which is gang activity at the state level.

And, Rep. Henley was gunned down shortly after police in that area had tried to take her lawfully owned and registered firearms.

Former GOP State Rep Who Once Said ‘People Disappear Down Here’ Found Shot and Killed at Same Home Where Sister-in-Law Died

sheriff’s deputies had “attempted to intimidate” and “threatened to arrest” her for carrying a concealed firearm when she visited the home to leave flowers at a memorial that she and Brandon had built.

“I know the law, and I also know how quick people disappear down here,” Henley said in a subsequent comment to the April 6 post. “I’ve known Michelle since she was 9 years old. She was truly like my little sister. I will not give up on her. We will find out who did this, with or without help from Yalobusha County. She’s not the first to die like this down there, but I’m going to do everything in my power to make sure she’s the last. Her death will not be in vain.”

On May 24, Henley posted what appeared to be a photo of a certificate listing the cause of Jones’ death as “unknown” and the manner of death “undetermined.”

“ABSOLUTELY UNACCEPTABLE,” Henley said in the post. “To those Granted #PublicTrust and Responsibility for Ensuring #Justice For All – You may think this is over and your job is done, but you are mistaken. This is only the beginning. I will leave no stone unturned in my pursuit of truth.”

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