Calm down, don’t worry, Dr. Gardner is only a contracted employee of the Weber County Sheriff’s Department, there would only be a conflict of interest issue if he was an actual employee

So I am super tired, but I really need to write at least something little.

So one of my best friends had told me shortly after the crash that Dr. Gardner works for the Weber County Sheriff’s office, at the time I did try to research it, but couldn’t find a thing.

A few months later Marnie sent me a screenshot of a roster for the sheriff’s office with his name and reason for being there, I wish I could find it and one day I will, but mouthiness doesn’t wait for an opportune moment, when the need is there you have to run with it.

I believe it was Tyler’s grandfather who found it, I researched again and where I happened to find it was on the Wasatch Peak Webpage for their clinic in Layton,  in case any of you are interested in his complete profile you can go there and find it under meet our physicians, not that I am doing marketing for them or anything, but you never know someone might be interested.

Now this was a question Marnie asked the prosecutor,  lol Marnie cracks me up when she asks questions, she has this kind professional way of asking, but it’s accompanied by an I will choke you out so be careful eye squint.

So the prosecutor and another attorney assisting him (not sure of her name or title) as well as the victim coordinator start looking at each other.  And again paraphrasing the prosecutor answers that they had found out about that too and it was a surprise to them as well,  he seemed hesitant and was being very careful with his words.  He was rationalizing with us on something that really couldn’t be rationalized in my opinion.

Marnie had asked if it was true that Dr. Gardner was the Weber County Sheriff’s office medical director and if so isn’t that a conflict of interest?  The answer was a firm no, the reason being he was a contacted employee and not a direct employee and since Marilee was not being held at that facility no conflict of interest existed.  It was an end of story type of answer, most of his answers are like that, a skill we should probably all invest in learning.

And flash forward to today, I double checked and it is still listed on his Bio, just sitting there like a big ol’ slap in the face.  I added a screen shot of the very bottom of the Bio.

I am working on a couple of really big parts of the story, but I thought some might be interested in this fun little bit of no big deal.

 

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