Police say they had no information about any relationship between Timothy Dale Johnson and Arkansas Democratic Party chair Bill Gwatney who he murdered.
Yet they found two sets of keys with Gwatney’s automobile dealership emblems in Johnson’s house. So Johnson must have known or known of Gwatney, else how and why did he have the emblems?
AP reports the keys were for cars from the dealerships. Other sources mention the emblems but not what they keys were for.
Police found a post-it on Johnson’s house with “Gwatney” and a phone number on it.
Johnson was a typical loner, apparently apolitical, a good worker until he nutted up at work on the day of the shooting and walked out. And then shot Gwatney.
Something about this story doesn’t make sense.