Monday, July 28, 2014

Libertarians name FFL for Justice Court Race

Gary Cunha, Esq., FFL and attorney


Six Shooter Junction - The internet ads started appearing in December of 2012. Use me, I’m a Federal Firearms Licensee and my address is in this office building on the courthouse square, a place where mainly lawyers hang out their shingles

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http://radiolegendary.com/2014/07/lawyer-gets-libertarian-nod/

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

'Officer involved' shootings, described in 'post exonerative'

News photo by Rusty Schramm, stolen fair and square from the Killeen "Daily Herald"


Bell County, Texas – Fear stalks this quiet street. Death follows close behind, and both have been very busy throughout the communities of this decent, law-abiding and very progressive, conservative area of the world.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Port honcho to Gov. Perry, 'Please, no Guard troops...'



Brownsville, TX – The top executive heading this border city’s economic development effort pleaded with Gov. Rick Perry to change his mind about sending 1,000 National Guardsmen to help guard against illegal immigration at a combined cost of $17 million per month.

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Death by arrest warrant

Picture snapped moments after a deputy leaned over and shot Steven Thompson
 after repeatedly subjecting him to electroshock from a TASER gun.
Groesbeck, TX - Groesbeck, TX - Everyone who saw Deputy Billy Mack lean over from the waist and shoot Steven Thompson point blank through the lung where he lay on the ground after repeated convulsions caused by a TASER gun agrees the officer reacted to a violent confrontation. And though a Grand Jury met and returned no true bill of indictment, the question remains, was Thompson's death a result of suicide by cop, or was he murdered?

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http://radiolegendary.com/2014/07/death-by-arrest-warrant/

Friday, July 18, 2014

To replace the Grand Jury System

Piper Casper has "constituted" about half of Texas Counties to use Common-law Grand Juries
Waco - When a Limestone County Deputy killed a business owners' son on the grounds of their operation, two other held him down while he pulled the trigger on the boy - twice.

Grand Jurors never heard the couples' side of the story. They did not question eye witnesses who stood by in shock as the killing took place. When Texas Rangers did a follow-up investigation, they didm 't  talk to the witnesses, either.

Grand Jurors returned no true bill of indictment for what Groesbeck businessman Tom Maddux calls murder. He told a gathering of about 50 people from a large number of central Texas Counties that the system is out of control, that the common man has no input to a criminal justice system that has gone out of control, and courts that exist to produce revenue.

The remedy, the two said as they presided over a meeting that voted unanimously to "constitute" their home counties for Common Law Grand Juries, is to let the people select their own Grand Jurors.

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http://radiolegendary.com/2014/07/to-replace-grand-juries/

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Fifth column, fifth wheels, round and round

A retired Sgt. Major gives his people the good news

Somewhere in AmericaAs militiamen await the go-ahead, looking for a legal way to augment Texas law enforcement officers who are filling the Governor's call to secure the border in the face of what he calls an unwilling attitude on the part of federal authorities, cyberspace fills with mirrored images of blue smoke and the magic and dust of history

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http://radiolegendary.com/2014/07/fifth-column-fifth-wheels/


Monday, June 30, 2014

There is no border - Cutout militias to cut it out

Commander Chris Davis, CO of the "boots on the ground" militia

A variety of citizen militias heeded the call of some women who staff the conference call rooms of the patriot movement nationwide. They converged on Texas to do what they can, and found they must await the permission of Governor Rick Perry, who has so far not exercised his option to enlist their aid. A report on the situation as of June 30, 2014, the day the U.S. House of Representatives passed the word that there will be no vote on immigration reform during this Congressional Session

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http://radiolegendary.com/2014/06/there-is-no-border-cutouts-to-cut-it-out/