Here’s how you can prevent Attorney General Jason Rumblestrips from getting a military promotion

Jason decided to spike the football a little early and tell everyone he was up for a promotion to Colonel in the Army Reserves, the problem is he hasn’t gotten that promotion yet.

But here is the kicker, you can voice your opinion on the matter and let the Department of Justice know that he is not worthy;

opr.complaints@usdoj.gov

No form needed: 

  • Your full name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address.
  • The name and title of the individual you believe engaged in misconduct.
  • The details of the allegation including court case name and jurisdiction, if available.
  • Copies of any documents that support your allegation.
  • Any other information relevant to your complaint.

While I am willing to let Jason have his day in court because I believe in justice, I also think that as a guy who double dips from the taxpayer trough, this case needs to be settled in full before he receives his promotion hearing.



6 comments ↓

#1 Mike Lee Zitterich on 04.11.21 at 11:28 am

Not sure you can cite the Attorney General for misconduct;

“In law, misconduct is wrongful, improper, or unlawful conduct motivated by premeditated or intentional purpose or by obstinate indifference to the consequences.”

This was and always will be defined as a motor vehicle accident, there still to this day no evidence of wrong doing, premeditated killing of a pedestrian, nor is there any evidence he was drunk.

Evidence clearly shows his phone was turned off/locked prior to entering Highmore.

Evidence clearly shows his phone being unlocked 15 seconds after the incident;

Evidence clearly shows the 9-1-1 call being made 17 seconds after unlocking the phone, which took nearly 9 seconds to connect;

I am still NOT convinced that 3 men -Attorney General, Sheriff, Tow Truck Driver all failed to see the body on side of the highway;

U.S Highway 14 is a busy, well traveled highway, how do you explain 200 motor vehicles passing by and NOT one person spotted or saw a dead body laying by the road;

I DO NOT believe the Ford Tauras driven by the Attorney General was very far off the roadway, I still believe his ‘right side wheels’ were on the white line, meaning the majority of his vehicle was in the lane of traffic;

Which shows the “Pedestrian” to be walking closer to the white lane upon impact, which then upon the sudden braking power applied by Jason Ravsnborg, as he has said – clearly pulls the ‘motor vehicle’ further to the RIGHT torwards the ditch within a matter of seconds, which of course causes the BODY quickly fly off into the ditch;

the Flash light in my opinion was in the “ON POSITION:” but after being shattered, or striked by the force of impact laying in the ditch, just how much light can it actually give off, while laying the grass;

NOT one witness has come forward to make claim to the Attorney General being drunk, drinking any alcohol,

I think many of the questions during the second investigation/interragation were made up to attempt to get the attorney general to change his story or admit to something that he did not do;

The “STATE” claims he was distracted but to this day, do NOT know nor understand what that distraction was or was not, could have been headlights from a oncoming vehicle, could be tired and watery eyes, could be anything;

Truth is – there still is NO CASE for intentionally killing a pedestrian,

6,500 Pedestrians get killed each year in South Dakota by motor vehicles, and hardly NO Motor Vehicle Driver ever gets charged with Vehicular Homicide or 2nd Degree Manslaughter. They are defined as accidents.

How many Motorcyclists get struck by oncoming Motor Vehicle traffic, and NOT one person or driver gets charged with such criminal activity? Hardly None.

There is NO conspiracy here, there is no crime here, and there is NO major violation here that is no less uncommon than thousands of other motor vehicle accidents on public roadways.

He is not, nor has he been convicted of any criminal activity, he has every right to accept the promotion.

NO ONE should lose their JOB or REPUTATION based on public hearsay…

#2 l3wis on 04.11.21 at 1:36 pm

I could argue against most of your points, but we will let a judge weigh the evidence.

“NO ONE should lose their JOB or REPUTATION based on public hearsay”

I agree, all I am saying is that the DOD and the DOJ should be aware Jason has not had his case heard in front of a judge yet and until it is settled, including a likely civil settlement, his promotion hearing should be on hold. If he is found guilty of all the charges, and any new ones, the promotions board should weigh that into their decision to make him a colonel.

#3 Porter Lansing on 04.11.21 at 7:55 pm

Between 2014 and 2019, 50 pedestrians have been killed by vehicles on South Dakota roadways. Many, but not all, of the deaths have occurred in rural areas. Often, no charges are filed against the drivers.
https://www.sdnewswatch.org/stories/south-dakota-criminal-and-civil-traffic-laws-favor-drivers-over-pedestrians-in-collisions/

#4 Fear & Loathing in Sioux Falls on 04.12.21 at 7:37 am

Indictments are now hearsay? Postmodernism is truly a societal cancer. If Jason was an officer, he would be put on paid leave. When you are a politician, you get a promotion. I am not impressed. But then again, Klink was a Colonel, too.

#5 Further Fear & Loathing on 04.12.21 at 7:40 am

Jason is further proof that 90% of life is just showing up. Unfortunately, he also showed up on Highway 14 one night.

#6 Pundit on 04.12.21 at 10:27 am

“6,500 Pedestrians get killed each year in South Dakota by motor vehicles.” Good grief – the figure is more like five to ten annual pedestrian fatalities. Um, proof read much MLZ?