Traveling to the Thurston County Courthouse from Snoqualmie Tuesday morning Dana Backiel wanted to attend the arraignment of James Leroy Evans in connection of the death of Diamond, a 3-year-old pit bull who was found hanging March 21 on state land near Summit Lake. Backiel joined a large group of animal advocates who filled the courtroom, saying that she would like to see Evans prosecuted to the fullest extent.
Traveling to the Thurston County Courthouse from Snoqualmie Tuesday morning Dana Backiel wanted to attend the arraignment of James Leroy Evans in connection of the death of Diamond, a 3-year-old pit bull who was found hanging March 21 on state land near Summit Lake. Backiel joined a large group of animal advocates who filled the courtroom, saying that she would like to see Evans prosecuted to the fullest extent. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Traveling to the Thurston County Courthouse from Snoqualmie Tuesday morning Dana Backiel wanted to attend the arraignment of James Leroy Evans in connection of the death of Diamond, a 3-year-old pit bull who was found hanging March 21 on state land near Summit Lake. Backiel joined a large group of animal advocates who filled the courtroom, saying that she would like to see Evans prosecuted to the fullest extent. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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