He explained that the act represented something bigger than just a disagreement. “This is not about arresting a judge per Se, this is about holding him and every law agency to the same standards that they hold you and I to. This isn’t about vengeance; this is about justice.”
Wolf’s words caught the attention of the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Department.”When you start talking about arresting people and kidnapping people, and that’s unacceptable and nothing good comes from that,” explained Sheriff Brian Gootkin who said that threats like this affect West but also his family.
The Sheriff says his office will investigate Wolf’s complaint against West.
Wolf said that if the investigation finds no criminal activity, he will drop the issue.
“If something does not go forward in a positive manner, or if they determine there is no probable cause, then the matter’s over,” Wolf said.” We’ve done our duty as best we could do, and we’ve relied on the government to do their duty. And we will be disappointed but we’re not vigilantes,” he said.