by Dr. Raoul Hunter, staff writer
Writer and activist Joseph Johnson is beginning research into the investigation of the death of Oklahoman Jim Potts.
Jim Potts was a 51-year-old private investigator from Wyandotte, Okla. He had been investigating accusations of alleged police brutality in Galena, Kansas.
Jim’s body was found along the southbound lane of Highway 26 outside Galena, Kansas on the morning of Aug. 26, 2003, lying beside his car, the engine running and the headlights on. A police report indicated that there was a driver’s license near his left hand and a .38-caliber handgun near his right foot.
There are a multitude of questions surrounding the death and investigation by local law enforcement. Learn more by clicking here.