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Letter: Tarbet fills AG seat with honesty, integrity

Published December 7, 2013 1:01 am
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Finally, finally, a man of integrity, moral center and honesty is sitting in the attorney general seat, at least temporarily. Maj. Gen. Brian Tarbet, formerly commander of Utah National Guard, is a man I trust and believe will not be swayed by the lobbyists and others who may have haunted the previous two attorneys general.

I served in the Utah Air National Guard and found the general to be a man of vision and passion who is not afraid to speak his mind even if it hurt.

I hope that this fresh approach will help heal a demoralized public trust.

David Powell CMsgt (Ret.)

Salt Lake City




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