Jeffrey Roorda, a Missouri state representative who is helping with the fundraising efforts, told The Post on Friday that organizers are following the letter of the law.
“I don’t think [there’s] any hold up,” Roorda said. “We wanted to make sure we’re doing everything according to Hoyle.”
“We’re not going to stop helping raise money for officer Wilson’s legal defense,” Roorda said earlier this month. “It’s a benefit of membership … and officer Wilson is no different from any other member.”
Roorda said people continue to send checks in the mail, but that has mostly dropped off as the investigation stretches on.