Yesterday we filed an exclusive report on several banners that were discovered Thanksgiving morning hanging from an overpass overlooking Interstate 385 in downtown Greenville, South Carolina.
As we reported, the banners targeted embattled county sheriff Will Lewis – who is currently dealing with a criminal investigation, civil lawsuit and forensic audit stemming from his alleged sexual assault of a former female subordinate, 23-year-old Savannah Nabors.
Most of those stories broke exclusively on this news site … which last month called on Lewis to step down (not because of the sexual assault allegations, but because he was caught on tape conspiring to defraud taxpayers in pursuit of an affair with Nabors).
Anyway, in an effort to get a closer look at these banners (which were removed before many motorists saw them), we submitted a freedom of information act (FOIA) request to the Greenville police department seeking its photos and any other information related to the investigation.
Here are the images we were provided …
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(Via: Greenville Police Department)
Meanwhile, here’s a copy of the incident report associated with the banners …
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