Monday, November 24, 2014

Ferguson Cop no-billed

St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch
St. Louis - Citing a legal authority for a law enforcement officer to use deadly force when necessary and the human right of all persons to use deadly force to defend themselves, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch announced that after an exhaustive 3-month investigation, the Grand Jury returned no true bill of indictment against against Officer Darren Wilson on all of five counts leveled against him.
The prosecutor remarked that many witnesses who alleged he shot Michael Brown, 18, in the back, changed their stories or merely refused to testify once they were confronted with physical evidence to the contrary.
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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Pretending to be asleep

Thomas Maddux, a chief of the III%er's
Limestone County, Texas – Koloneh would know. He spent time in this country.
In this country, the people strive to be hard-headed, are obedient to their dreams, and live to be free. No one knows it better than the riders of the great, shiny two-hearted beasts, the bikers.
They are not satisfied, as usual, with the way the man behind the badge handles the fact of their right to keep and bear firearms – who can and can’t carry one, and in what matter. It’s for their own protection, the badges say.

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

War and Rumors of War


When it's way too late to just say no...

Meridian, Bosque County, Texas – It’s been a long war.
Even at home, the iron fist in the velvet glove is in all ways both seen and heard, as 220th District Judge Phil Robertson instructs the veniremen called for jury duty on a frosty Monday morning.
They are so-called because the Latin elliptical, venire, recalls the antiquated opening phrase of a writ to a Sheriff ordering a jury summons, to cause you to come. He is light-hearted and cheerful as he explains the large number of no-shows and just why it takes so much time to call the roll of a throng that completely packs a ceremonial courtroom covering the entire second floor of the towered Italianate palace of justice.
Formerly, the jury wheel was composed of registered voters. “As you may imagine,” he tells the standing room only crowd, “those who bother to register to vote will likely bother to show up.”
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http://radiolegendary.com/2014/11/war-and-rumors-of-war/

Monday, November 3, 2014

AG's Office corrects DA, orders Reyna to hand over information

Caitlynn Reed
Moody, Texas - In a lightning-quick response, the Attorney General's Office responded to a complaint by Legendary Reporter R.S. Gates.
Lance Kutnick, an assistant Attorney General, determined that the DA's office violated "various sections" of the Public Information Act by withholding requested information in the murder of Caitlynn Reed, a young mother of two who perished from a gunshot wound at her home near Tokio:
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http://radiolegendary.com/2014/11/ag-corrects-da-orders-reyna-to-hand-over-info/

Sunday, November 2, 2014

To Seek Note From The Judge

McLennan County Commissioner Lester Gibson

Waco – As election Tuesday looms, the reality of politics is thrown into stark relief against the brilliant surface of a black and white screen that is plainly visible from the nickel seats.
When McLennan County Commissioner Lester Gibson, a Democrat, slipped out of a Court session last Tuesday only minutes after the session opened, Republican County Judge Scott Felton said he left to fulfill prior commitments on the campaign trail, where he is defending his seat against Republican challenger Tony Abad after 6 terms of service.
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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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