There is no article, just the video. I'm not familiar with Texas law, here's a recap of the video- KCBD has traveled to Colorado City three times since Shawn was arrested, seeking a copy of the arrest warrant. Michell County Attorney (MCA) gave the reporter a letter written to the Texas Attorney General's office (TAG) stating why they shouldn't have to release the document. KCBD states warrants once executed are public documents and must be available for inspection during normal business hours. MCA states the document is protected under the public information act because it involves a minor victim. KCBD says the MCA's office is passing the buck to the TAG's office. Sterling Burleson, Mitchell County Attorney stated in response to the reporters request for a redacted copy - "anything we don't release, we have to inform the Attorney General's office. So we would send that to the Attorney General's office and send ya'll a copy of everything we send. The reporter asks him when this will be sent to the Attoney General's office - "within that 10 day business rule definitely. KCBD filed a open records request Thursday (6/24) and will have to wait ten business days to potentially see the document. KCBD will update the story and progress next week. Wow, really confusing news video to follow. Hopefully they post a new article which cites the legal codes they reference and the role of the TAG in this matter. Of course more swirling crap and buck passing in Hailey's case. What's new?!!