Joe Boever


How brothers remember their cousin Joe Boever

PIERRE, S.D. (KELO) – Watching from above as the now-former attorney general’s fate was sealed by senators on Tuesday were brothers Victor and Nick Nemec. “So the question, having received a two-thirds majority vote of the members-elect, the president declares the attorney general of the state of South Dakota is disqualified from holding any office of trust or profit under the state as a result of being convicted of the first article of impeachment,” Lt. Gov. Larry Rhoden said.
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Department of Public Safety present their evidence in Ravnsborg crash that killed Joe Boever

PIERRE, S.D.(KCCR)- Members of the South Dakota House had the chance to sit in on a Department of Public Safety briefing on the investigation into the crash involving Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg that killed Joseph Boever of Highmore in 2020. It’s the exact same report that the House Select Committee on Investigation declined to have presented to them.

For the Record: Ravnsborg Clicked 7 Links on iPhone in 4 Minutes Right Before Killing Joe Boever

The SDHP investigation report on Jason Ravnsborg’s killing of Joe Boever includes South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper John Berndt’s affidavit in support of the request for a search warrant on Apple Inc. Trooper Berndt was seeking the court’s permission to search Ravnsborg’s Apple account records based on information found on the iPhone Ravnsborg had with him at the time of the crash.

Justice for Joe Boever? 18 months after being killed by AG Ravnsborg, it's worth asking: Did he receive that?

Was the system fair to the 55-year-old Highmore man who died shortly before 10:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020, as he walked back to Highmore?. As South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg (seen above in an image from CNN) moves forward with his career, as a special House of Representatives committee announced Monday that it will not recommend impeachment proceedings, that question resonates. Was justice served?

No justice for Joe Boever

On a September night in 2020, Joe Boever was walking along US 14 with a flashlight just outside of Highmore, SD. Just before 10:30 PM he was hit by a car and left for dead, lying in a ditch for 12 hours. His body was not discovered until the next morning. South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg was driving the car that hit Joe.

Ravnsborg will walk away without jail time — will he be able to resume his career and life after killing Joe Boever?

Joe Boever took a walk. It ended in tragedy. Today, South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg (seen above in an image from USA Today) will walk away from a criminal case with no threat of jail time. A two-day trial was set to begin in the Stanley County Courthouse in Fort Pierre, but a plea deal has been reached, it was revealed Wednesday.

Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg has reached a plea deal in the Joe Boever case

PIERRE, S.D.(KCCR)- South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg has reached a plea deal with prosecutors on charges he’s facing as a result of a fatal pedestrian crash last September that killed 55 year-old Joe Boever of Highmore just west of Highmore. Impeachment articles were presented to the Legislature last session by District 24 Representative Will Mortenson.

Barnabas Nemec: Joe Boever committed suicide — but Attorney General Ravnsborg knew exactly what happened

Barnabas Nemec has a unique take on the fatal crash that killed his cousin, Joe Boever, on Sept. 12. Nemec is the brother of Nick and Victor Nemec (seen above at the crash site, Nick left, Victor right, in a Jeremy Fugelberg photo published by INFORUM) who have given numerous interviews, including ones with me, during the past 10 months. But recently, Barnabas popped up in the news when he was quoted in a document filed by South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg’s lawyer. It said he believed Boever had committed suicide by stepping in front of Ravnsborg’s car, and that Boever suffered from severe alcoholism and depression.

SD Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg charged in death Joe Boever

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg has been charged with three misdemeanors in connection with the death of 55-year-old Joe Boever (beaver) near Highmore on September 12th. Hyde County Assistant States Attorney Emily Sovell (so-VELL) released the charges at a news conference in Pierre Thursday. Ravnsborg hit Boever,...