Thursday, October 30, 2014

Why is the DA so secretive?

The murder of Caitlyn Reed has the McLennan DA's staff stonewalling The Legendary

Waco - The final moments of Caitlyn Reed's life must have been filled with terror. Her alleged attacker had beaten her with a cane, threatened to rape and beat her again in a telephone message, and even attacked the ambulance in which she was transported to get medical attention.

She went to her father's house and “borrowed” a Springfield XD .40 caliber semiautomatic pistol to defend herself. Her attacker came to her home, took it away from her, and gave it back to her father, the owner of the weapon.

Ms. Reed made a second trip to her father's house to get the pistol. She had it when on April 5, he returned to her home on Tokio Loop Road near West.

Following whatever happened next, he phoned McLennan County Sheriff's officers and said he had found her dead, an apparent victim of suicide.

They didn't buy his story. They accused him of taking the firearm away from her, and shooting her with it. They arrested him for murder because the physical scene, the location of the gun, her body at repose in death, did not match what he told them.

It's hardly an isolated incident, when it comes to official offense reports authored by investigators looking into the couple's rocky relationship....But they were under no obligation to protect the young mother of two small children. Courts have ruled that way repeatedly. Look it up...


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http://radiolegendary.com/2014/10/why-is-the-da-so-secretive/

Monday, October 27, 2014

Star Wars Stealth Attacks


Singer-Songwriter, bass man Tony Calhoun of The Mojo Assassins

‘THE U.S. GOVERNMENT IS FUNDING MURDER…AND I’M BEING SYSTEMATICALLY KILLED…’
WACO – Tony Calhoun wears an ascot that conceals a shield against beams of radiation he says are aimed at his throat. It’s similar to the kind x-ray technicians wear. He wears a quarter inserted in his left ear.
Why?
For the past decade and a half – ever since the Patriot Act took effect by a near-unanimous act of Congress – he has had the feeling he is bombarded with microwaves, tingling radioactive waves that burn his skin, irritate his throat and leave scars on his back and face.
“They shoot me through my ear,” he says. “It burns my throat…It feels hot; it feels like someone has a blow dryer on my back.”

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

'Rusty's Rangers' busted

Zastava Model PAP M92PV, 7.62 x 39mm AK-47 clone "pistol"
import model by Century International Arms (CIA)

FEDERAL LAW GOES AFTER A CERTAIN TYPE OF DEFENDANT
Brownsville – Southmost, Texas – They call it “no man’s land,” and it’s walled off from the rest of America by an 18-foot picket fence made of square rusted iron tubing  with spiked tops sunk into deep-seated concrete footers.
A middle-class residential neighborhood and an international airport backs up to the isolated farm land, much of which has been converted to “wildlife sanctuaries” along this narrow strip of river bottom where citrus, cotton, grain and produce fields once thrived.
When on August 29 the young man in camouflage fatigues stepped out of the brush that lines the litter-strewn trafficking corridor, a well-worn groove along this meandering stretch of the Rio Grande, the Border Patrol Agent thought he pointed the foreshortened assault rifle with the pistol grip at him.
He didn’t have to think about it. Reflexes got the better of him, and he slapped the trigger five times...
To read more, follow this link:
http://radiolegendary.com/2014/10/rustys-rangers-busted/

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Graf's defense backfired


Admitted arson murderer Ed Graf's defense team succeeded in creating a reasonable doubt in the minds of two jurors who refused to convict him for capital murder for setting the 1986 gasoline blaze that killed his two step sons Jason, 8, and Joby, 9, in a storage shed in order to receive a $100,000 life insurance benefit.

The panel deadlocked on the question 10 to 2 on the first vote, according to published reportsd, and remained so throughout their deliberations.

Graf's fortunes changed dramatically when the boys' mother testified on cross examination as to the family's financial affairs when he bought the double indemnity life insurance policy on the children.


State 54th District Court Judge Matt Johnson reversed his pre-trial ruling and allowed damning testimony about Graf's $75,000 embezzlement of Community State Bank on the record.  

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Monday, October 13, 2014

To "Instruct" the witness...

Innocence Project associate Walter Reaves won Ed Graf a new trial for capital murder
by challenging and suppressing "junk science" used in testimony to obtain a 1986 conviction 
WACO - District Judge Matt Johnson sent jurors to lunch when a lawyer for accused capital murderer Ed Graf  made vigorous and incessant objections to hearsay testimony about the defendant's state of mind.

Graf is standing trial for the second time for the alleged murder for renumeration by arson of his two stepsons, Jason, 8, and Joby, 9, in a fire that engulfed a back yard tool shed in the flames of a gasoline explosion. Convicted of capital murder, he served 25 years in the penitentiary before Walter Reaves, a lawyer for the Innocence Project, won a new trial for him in an appeal that objected to testimony based on "junk science," since discredited. All such former testimony about the fire and its cause has been suppressed. No previous testimony may be allowed, and expert witnesses have no physical evidence to investigate because the debris of the fire was buried in a landfill within days after the fire, which occurred on August 26, 1986.
To read more, follow this link:  

http://radiolegendary.com/2014/10/instruct-the-witness/



Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Fire: 'A tragic accident'


Waco – Prosecutors opened their arguments against Ed Graf in a re-trial of a capital murder for a 1986 renumeration-by-arson case on a weaker note than was presented 25 years ago.
The expert testimony offered by arson investigators in that trial is to be suppressed in this trial. Assistant District Attorney Michael Jarret told jurors, “What you will hear is evidence surrounding the circumstances surrounding this fire.”
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