Grand jury indictments were finally unsealed in Garfield County, Oklahoma. The six indictments were issued last week. According to a July 25th report by Bonnie Vculek with the Enid News & Eagle, six people were named in the now-unsealed indictments.

The indictments were for second-degree manslaughter. Vanessa Jo Jay, John Robert Marcus and Lela Goatley were indicted. Shawn Caleb Galusha, Jennifer Niles and Jerry Lee Niles, Jr., the sheriff of Garfield County, were also indicted.

Sheriff's defense linked to Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh

Sheriff Jerry Lee Niles, Jr.

is being represented by Stephen Jones. Jones is a defense attorney from Enid, Oklahoma. He is the former lawyer of Timothy Mcveigh. McVeigh was responsible for the bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. Stephen Jones lost that case. Timothy McVeigh was put to death for the bombing.

According to the previously mentioned report by Vculek with the Enid News & Eagle, it is believed the indictments have to do with the death of Anthony DeWayne Huff, Jr. Huff was an inmate at the Garfield County Detention Facility. The detention center is located in Enid, the county seat. Huff's body was discovered on June 8th, 2016. His arrest occurred four days prior to his death. He had arrested for public intoxication.

Horrific details about the death of Anthony Huff, Jr.

According to the lawsuit, Anthony Huff, Jr. was placed in a restraint chair on June 6th, two days after his arrest. The inmate remained in the restraint chair until his death on June 8th. The lawsuit alleges he was put in the restraint chair without any medical reviews or medical recommendations.

The lawsuit makes several claims against the six different defendants. One claim is no one tried to resuscitate Huff. It also claims he had been in the restraint chair for 30 hours. According to the previously mentioned report by the Enid News and Eagle, other claims include Huff did not get the proper assessments, his medications and the inmate soiled himself in the restraint chair.

The lawsuit also claims Huff did not get “timely breakes” from the restraint chair. It is also believed he was not given “sufficient” food and water. The lawsuit claims Anthony Huff, Jr. was not allowed to change his clothes

Let us know what you think. Are the employees of the Garfield County Detention Facility responsible for the death of Anthony DeWayne Huff, Jr.? Are you surprised he same attorney who represented the Oklahoma City bomber, Timothy McVeigh, is now representing the Garfield County sheriff? Share your thoughts and feelings in the comment section below.