Officer Garza Terrorist With A Badge: Another Example Of Harris County Tyranny Out Of Control.
Officer Garza is as corrupt a cop as officer Ybarra both from Harris county sheriffs dept. They have now both arrested photographers for legally videoing from public property. They have both trumped up charges to arrest people just because they felt like it. They are both tyrants and blatantly break the law and piss on the constitution. But this report is about sheriff deputy Gaza so lets move on.
Bad Cop No Donut
This article is about just one of Garza’s contemptuous act of blatant disregard of the law. Texas is not a stop and identify state. To be required to ID you must first be legally arrested. That means you have to be arrested for something else before you can be charged with failure to ID. Failure to ID is a secondary charge. Officer Garza must know this. It is one of the most basic laws a officer must know. Continue reading →
I ask the question did Punta Gorda cop Lee Coel murder woman because in my experience you know from the first shot if the gun is real and if it is loaded with real bullets. Even the difference from blank cartridges can be felt and heard. I have thousand of hrs shooting many kind of weapons.
If Lee Coel did the shooting (which is rumor right now) question should be asked by the community and not just take the word of the police. Lee Coel is the cop that let his dog maul a man for not having a light on his bicycle. Continue reading →
Deputy Sheriff Ybarra of Harris County a convicted child molester is still working and a officer of the law.
Camera Man Arrested during 1st Amendment Audit by corrupt Dept. Sheriff.
How can HCSO have a Deputy sheriff convicted for indecency with a child and
aggravated sexual assault be on any police force in the United States. It is beyond me unless HCSO is so corrupt they don’t care. Even more Mr. Rodney Ybarra has shown a propensity to ignore the law and disregard the constitution. He willfully and gleefully illegally arrests people (on and off duty) for committing legal acts. He is aggressive and immoral as his conviction shows.
But yet the Harris County Sheriffs Dept. still employees him as well as the Shell refinery. It seems that Shell hires these off duty officers so they can have special favors like getting people arrested that don’t conform to Shells wants. The video you will see shortly is not a isolated incident. I will leave a link to two videos proving that. Also the Houston Chronicle has addressed this kind of behavior from HCSO as referenced in video. You can look that up. Continue reading →
Civil Right Activist Phillip Turner known on YouTube as The Battousai. Citizen Pulls Over Texas State Trooper For Speeding.
Phillip is a well known 1st Amendment Auditor and Cop Blocker in Texas. A 1st Amendment auditor is someone that goes around filming police and other government servants ( I don’t like the term officials ) and when engaged by these servants he tests them on whether they uphold the laws and constitution. I am sorry to say many don’t and in fact brake the law and trample on the constitution.
Phillip was traveling down a Tx. High Way a couple of day’s ago and caught a Tx. State Trooper traveling at a high rate of speed. I think Phil said about 90 mph. As you will see in the video the trooper had no emergency lights on which is not protocol it might even be illegal. The illegal part will probably not matter because seldom is a cop held accountable for any wrong doing.
The officer admitted to the offence and apologized but I have to ask what would have happened to one of us if a cop caught one of us doing the same. I doubt we would of got off with a warning. In fact I would be willing to bet on it. I ask that this man be given a ticket and let him pay the fine or fight it in court. Even better take his ticket writing rights away.
We see this kind of behavior way to often. A officer writing tickets for offences he or she commits on a regular basis. Then have the nerve to show up in court to testify. I invite the High Way Patrol to punish this officer and make it public to set a example and show the people of Tx. that you do care about the law even if it is one of your own protected class.
The story of torture at Randolph AFB. I had no ideal my short encounter with the MP while doing a first amendment audit at Randolph AFB would lead into. I know I did a bad job on my first investigative journalist attempt that actually led to a encounter but that’s not the topic of this article. The story is about officer Brashears torturing a reporter while on public accessible land outside the main gate just outside of the visitors center.
Brashears who I think is a rent a cop for Randolph illegally detained the photographer for not identifying his self. Failure to ID is a secondary offence. Only after you are arrested can that charge be brought. Brashers kidnaped, imprisoned, and tortured the journalist for participating in this 1st amendment right. No law was broken here accept for officer Brashers offences. He should be arrested charged and lose his badge forever. Continue reading →
Fire Lt. Jim Holcombe the tyrant of Greer P.D. Should be fired.
“Your department should be aware of a 2012 Department of Justice memo setting forth
Chief Reynolds need to fire Lt. Holcombe if he want to save any integrity in the Greer PD
photographers’ rights to record police in both public and private settings. The memo was written to the Baltimore Police Department to guide BPD is developing and refining its policy about members of the public recording them and their activities. However, DOJ stated that its guidance applies to all police agencies in the United States because the issue is one constitutionally protected 1st amendment fundamental rights of the press.
It is very lengthy, so I won’t post the entire thing here. But, of note, and relevant to your recent unlawful arrest of a citizen recording your department and officers, DOJ states in the memo:
“However, an individual’s recording of police activity from a safe distance without any attendant action intended to obstruct the activity or threaten the safety of others does not amount to interference.”
I would suggest your department get hold of that memo and read it very carefully. The conduct of your officers, especially the corporal and more especially the LT. was a clear violation of the photographer’s fundamental, 1st Amendment right to record police activity in public. Continue reading →
Watumpka Police Dept. The D.A. and A judge are corrupt and don’t care about first Amend. Corruption compounded by more corruption!!
It all started a couple of day’s ago when a activist / journalist that goes by the name of Bama Camera stopped by the Watumpka Police Dept. in Alabama. While working on a story and participating in his 1st amend. right he was approached and I will use the word assaulted by Watumpka P.D.. I will us the word assaulted because his camera was taken from him and turned off. He was not detained and was accused of nothing. The officer just did not like him filming.
The officer announced he did not care about the 1st. amendment and demanded answers of the journalist for doing nothing illegal. The video below say’s it all.
The story does not end here. A group of activist participated in a call to action in which phone calls were made to enlighten this P.D. of how we felt about the contempt in which they had for the First Amendment. Continue reading →
When I was a young man I learned to avoid the Windcrest area, this was due to the extremely corrupt Police Dept. Some 25 years later I find this fact to still be true. You would think sometime during those years the people would have done something about it but you would be wrong.
Just the other day it was brought to my attention that the P.D. in Windcrest was as bad as ever and most of the people I talked to on Thursday agree it has gotten even worse over the year. I spoke to 10 people that live and or work in Windcrest, some for many years but none less than 5 years. Everyone of them had their own story to tell or a friend or families story. None of these stories were complimentary and 2 were down right brutal. I asked if complaints were made, some did not know, some said it went on deaf ears. and a couple said they were just plan scars to do so. Continue reading →