AG Paxton Files Brief Defending Florida and Other States’ Legal Authority to
Regulate Their Own Elections
AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today joined Louisiana, Alabama, and Georgia in filing a brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, urging it to overturn a district court ruling that throws Florida’s election recount into more uncertainty and ultimately threatens states’ legal authority to regulate their own elections.
Earlier today, a district court judge declared that the procedures for implementing the signature-match requirement of Florida’s election law is unconstitutional. The court ruled that Florida voters whose mail-in and provisional ballots were rejected due to issues with their signatures will have two more days to resolve the problems and possibly have their votes counted in the U.S. Senate race between incumbent Bill Nelson and Governor Rick Scott, who leads by fewer than 13,000 votes.
“Using the courts to invalidate election law passed by a state legislature and to change the rules because someone is unhappy with the outcome is unfair to the candidates and voters, and it undermines the public’s confidence in the integrity of the electoral and judicial processes,” Attorney General Paxton said. “The issues in this case could have been raised in legislative debate or challenged in lawsuits long before election day.”
In their friend-of-the-court brief, Attorney General Paxton and his counterparts reminded the 11th Circuit that the U.S. Supreme Court has recognized that states retain the power to regulate their own elections. Longstanding Florida election laws specify that mail-in ballots must be received by the close of the polls on election day and that mail-in ballots must be authenticated by a matching signature.
View the friend-of-the-court brief here: https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/sites/default/files/images/admin/2018/Press/FILED%20Amicus%20Brief.pdf
AG Paxton’s Election Fraud Unit Arrests Nine Alleged Participants of an
Organized Illegal Voting Scheme in Edinburg
AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that the Election Fraud Unit of his office arrested nine individuals accused of participating in an organized illegal voting scheme in Edinburg. The arrests follow an ongoing investigation into a coordinated effort by political workers to recruit people who agreed to fraudulently claim residential addresses so they could vote in specific city of Edinburg municipal races.
Attorney General Paxton’s office arrested Hidalgo County residents Guadalupe Sanchez Garza, Araceli Gutierrez, Brenda Rodriguez, Rosendo Rodriguez, Cynthia Tamez, Ruby Tamez, Belinda Rodriguez, Felisha Yolanda Rodriguez and Jerry Gonzalez, Jr. The nine individuals will be prosecuted by the Hidalgo County district attorney’s office.
According to Texas law, it is a second-degree felony to vote in an election using a fraudulent residence address and, under a new law, it is a first-degree felony for organizers to engage in organized election fraud activity to commit illegal voting.
“Illegal voting, particularly an organized illegal voting scheme orchestrated by political operatives, is an affront to democracy and results in corruption at the highest level,” Attorney General Paxton said. “Each illegal vote silences the voice of a law-abiding registered voter. My office will continue to do everything in its power to uncover illegal voting schemes and bring to justice those who try to manipulate the outcome of elections in Texas.”
More arrests are expected in connection with the organized illegal voting scheme in Edinburg. Individuals with information about the case are encouraged to come forward and cooperate with the attorney general’s Election Fraud Unit and the Texas Rangers, who are assisting with the investigation. In May, four people were charged with voter fraud stemming from last year’s Edinburg municipal election and, subsequently, a fifth arrest occurred.
From 2005-2017, the attorney general’s office prosecuted 97 defendants for numerous voter fraud violations. This year alone, Attorney General Paxton’s Election Fraud Unit – with assistance from a criminal justice grant from the governor’s office – has prosecuted 33 defendants for a total of 97 election fraud violations. In February, the attorney general announced a significant voter fraud initiative and addressed key problems and policy areas related to election law.
The United States is closely following the migrant caravan, in which thousands of migrants from Honduras and other countries continue to make a dangerous journey through Guatemala and into Mexico. Many migrants are attempting to transit these countries and in the process are violating their sovereignty, their laws, and their procedures. As President Trump has stated, consistent with U.S. law, the United States will not allow illegal immigrants to enter or remain in the United States.
We are concerned that these migrants may be victimized by human smugglers or others who would exploit them. We also are deeply concerned by the violence provoked by some members of the group, as well as the apparent political motivation of some organizers of the caravan.
We understand Mexico will detain and repatriate migrants who enter Mexico in violation of Mexican law, and in instances where migrants apply for asylum, process the requests in accordance with Mexican law. We also understand that those who do not qualify will be returned in a safe and orderly process, consistent with Mexican law.
We welcome the Government of Mexico's collaboration with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) to address refugee and migration issues in the region, including the influx of people arriving in Mexico. The United States stands ready to assist the Government of Mexico in this effort.
FORT WORTH 9/30/2018
"This should not come as any surprise to any longtime reader of the Geller Report. Slavery is sanctioned in Islam. It was only a matter of time before Islamic slavery would come to the United States. The word for a black person in Arabic is abid, or slave. Consider, however, how many African Americans convert to Islam. Or worse yet, Arabic is now mandatory in a Harlem public school. More proof of the epic failure of African American leadership."
FOLLOW THE MONEY
The screen snip at left is taken from the Confederation of Clubs and Independents (C.O.C. & I.) fb page within days of the May 2015 biker shooting at the Waco Twin Peaks 'breastaurant'. In the comment by Mark Derscheid, he may well have prophetically nailed the reason for the misinfomation and propaganda campaign that has followed the shooting. Ranging from a DPS bulletin four days after the shooting that stated matter of factly that the motorcycle clubs had declared war on the police "according to sources", to the blatant outright lies that Waco PD, DPS and their trolls have perpetrated and continue to perpetrate against the public, it is obvious that a misinformation campaign is and has been in full swing since that day. As it pans out, we know the DPS assertion about the bikers declaring war was a lie and it appears that DPS are the ones that have declared war on the bikers with guns AND THE BUDGET!
As is our style, let us insert a few facts into the discussion. In March, just two months before the biker shooting, an article was published that proved DPS had misappropriated funds that were designated to be spent on Motorcycle Safety Awareness. When you pay fifteen dollars for a motorcycle endorsement on your DL in Texas, ten dollars goes to the state and five dollars goes to the fund set aside to promote motorcycle safety. The article proves that according to State Comptroller documents, for the nine years prior to the Twin Peaks biker shooting, DPS had not spent ONE SINGLE PENNY of that designated fund to promote motorcycle safety. The fund balance was in excess of 15 million dollars at that time the bikers were gunned down.
The COC&I meeting scheduled for that fateful Sunday afternoon in Waco had an agenda that had been dedicated to discussing their efforts at helping write and pushing through legislation to force the DPS to use the money as designated to promote motorcycle safety or move it to TxDoT for proper dispersement. The article published before the event pointed out that despite a nationwide decline in motorcycle deaths, Texas motorcycle deaths have been on the increase since shortly after the funds had ceased to be used for their designated purpose.
A couple more facts are that DPS had a heavy presence before, during and after the Twin Peaks incident. Nearly a dozen other officers besides the snipers were taken off active patrol duty behind the shooting investigation. Only three sniper rifles out of many officer weapons on the scene were forensically tested to determine what bullets were fired from them.
We are all aware of the propaganda campaign that was in play prior to and after the event attempting to paint everyone that rides a motorcycle as a criminal when nothing could be further from the truth. Many club members are veterans, organ donors and even chl holders. The leftist statist agenda is terrified of US veterans that are organized. Nearly all of the men were employed or owned their own business. State law allows anyone not convicted of a felony to carry a weapon when traveling. One of if not the first man shot by a sniper had a concealed weapons permit and was standing next to his son. If he had drawn his weapon (but none said he did), as a father, I know it would have been to protect himself and his son. He was executed by a sniper that determined him to be a threat.
Too many questions remain. 1) Why weren't any more officer guns forensically tested? 2) Why is a biker being charged in the death of Richard 'Bear' Kerschner when the autopsy and forensic ballistic reports PROVE it was an LEO sniper round that killed him? Why did the same officer that shot Bear prevent his brothers from getting him to an ambulance? 3) Is it true that the motorcycle safety fund monies were being spent on other things by DPS the whole time the death rates were increasing? 4) Why is Able Reyna still walking around as a free man? 5) Why has ATF allowed the misinformation campaign to proceed unchecked? 6) Why wasn't the magistrate who signed 170 plus cookie cutter warrants prosecuted? 7) Why is Waco PD and DPS allowed to outright lie to the public about the event? 8) Why aren't the civil rights violations being prosecuted?
Here is the big question no one will want to answer. Why does the DPS video show the first sniper shots fired at the 12:24 o'clock mark yet the Waco PD narrative states that the first call of 'shots fired' comes in at 12:26?
As a quick perusal of this website via the 'Texas' page and sub page, 'Waco' will show, The Sentinel was one of if not the first publications to question the LEO narrative coming out of Waco regarding the Twin Peaks shooting. It was The Sentinel that, based on forensic evidence, proved and published the proof that there were snipers who fired on the bikers within seconds either side of the first punch and called out Waco PD on their false narrative. It was The Sentinel that proved and published the fact that a minimum of four bikers were killed by LEO sniper fire. All of these articles preceeded the dropping of the majoryity of charges against bikers and the defeat of the corrupt DA, Able Reyna by several weeks.
There are two aspects of this story that The Sentinel finds odd. 1) 36 minutes before a meeting ensued that would put heat on DPS for misappropriating funds and take 15+ million out of their budget, the attendees are fired on by LEO snipers way outside policy and proceedure for riot control. 2) Not one main stream media outlet is interested in the story despite PROOF laid in their lap.
Once again, The Sentinel will tread the ground no one else dares.
WILLIAMSON CO. JUDGE SUSPENDED
Dan Gattis, County Judge of Williamson County was suspended by the Judicial Ethics Commission for attempting to stifle the free speech of the county sheriff, according to an Austin American Statesman article.
Judge Gattis was a former state representative and Williamson County prosecutor according to a Texas Observer article, during the time John Bradley was the Williamson County District Attorney. Another article claimed the Dan Gattis in the prosecutor's office was Dan Gattis Jr, son of the Judge. John Bradley was the DA that Polk County Asst DA, Tommy Coleman was training under when it came to light that Coleman withheld exculpatory evidence allowing a man to rot in prison that he knew was innocent accoding to a, "Grits for Breakfast" article written right after the 2010 event. An excerpt from the article reads:
"Mr. Coleman then told defense counsel the state had been emailed the piece of evidence in question but had not produced it to the defense. When defense counsel questioned why Mr. Coleman failed to disclose the information during the trial, (defense) counsel was told ‘it’s too late now, your guys already pled.’” (emphasis in original)
Like his boss, John Bradley, says the Watchdog, the same prosecutor openly mocked requests for DNA testing that ultimately exonerated Mr. Morton: "During one of the Michael Morton hearings in September of this year, Coleman was overheard by several people mocking Morton's attorney, John Raley, who had argued for the relevance of a key piece of evidence which played a pivotal role in exonerating Morton. In a demeaning tone, Coleman said, "Ewwww! Bloody bandana! Bloody bandana!" in a cynical attempt to discredit the evidence."
Now we have a Judge who was removed by the Ethics commission after the Sheriff brought forth the evidence that the Judge threatened him and violated his free speech rights just because the sheriff published some comments the judge did not like. The evidence indicates that the Williamson County DA's office under Bradley, where Coleman also worked, was a training ground for corruption. Anyone who denies a man due process and/or squelches free speech promotes a statist agenda, I don't care how many republican labels he hangs on himself. Based on Hon's recent actions against The Sentinel, Coleman's 'training' has come in handy.
Compared to the two photos at left just prior to and immediatly after impact of this bullet to the location of the 'cloud' of dust from the impact in the second snip at left, this close up shows the bullet came from an upward right trajectory and exploded out on a lower left trajectory. The rust color highlights where the bare metal was left.
Son of first casualty of LEO Counter Snipers case dismissed.
"Looney, who called the Twin Peaks cases “the most bizarre saga in the history of American criminal law,” added that he is happy for Ledbetter but “just repulsed at the system.”
“It looks like they have mishandled this case to the point that nine people died and nobody gets prosecuted. How bizarre. This is an impossible outcome. That can’t be the case, but it looks like they are going to end up there,” he said."
Ron Hosko is president of the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, and former assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
TAMPERS WITH EVIDENCE BY SCATTERING SNIPER BRASS IN A DIFFERENT AREA OF THE PARKING LOT. THEN THEY APPARENTLY "FIND" IT FIRST BY ITS EVIDENCE NUMBER IN THE SEQUENCE. INDICATES INTENT TO DECIEVE FROM THE GET GO.
BRIETBART TEXAS 2/18/2018
A simple perusal of our Election News page starting at the bottom with some stories from last election that escaped the cull show a little more of how the Russians came to target 'The Heart of Texas' in their typical political meddling (all govts do it) efforts in the last election. It was The Sentinel that wrote about "The Heart of Texas" commemorating the victory at the Battle of San Jacinto in several articles prior to the election season. Then I published a story about Trump in SJC and Hillary in jail with a picture taken on Oct 24th. A few days later, Channel thirteen showed up with their irate voter and gave The Sentinel the opportunity to quote Chairman Wright on free speech that the MSM station edited out. We understand that our publicatioin is not the most liked one around and many would not want the world to know that you read it but we are what we are. We understand how the chairman, despite his knowledge that The Sentinel was intergal in this story and is being read, would alienate the juvenile portion of his base if he publically aknowledged so.
WINEINGER CLAIMS ONLY "ONE" EMAIL SENT
In a brief email with free copies attached, Hunt County Tax Assessor Collector claims he only sent the one official email already published on The Sentinel in trying to help his wife gain employment with an agency he collects taxes for. The open records laws do promote transparency. The ten days is only allowed as time to "estimate costs" for a large request and time to retrieve from archives. The letter of the law is that the documents are to be made available asap. Why 12 days to find and forward one free email?
One local Greenville investigator has already provided The Sentinel with the location of documents indicating a change of law firm was afoot in the Greenville ISD. Add to that the ISD Superintendent refuses to return a call to The Sentinel so we can ask who wanted the item posted on the agenda. With full confidence that his staff has relayed the question to the ISD Superintendent, we can only surmise that reports of him, Wineinger and the representative for the law firm being promoted were seen having an afternoon meal together just prior to the first agenda posting may be true and he doesn't want to answer questions. Supt strategy is to have someone call who doesn't know.
HUNT COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR COLLECTOR IGNORES OPEN RECORDS REQUEST
The so far 'booming' silence of Hunt County Tax Assessor Collector, Randy L. Wineinger speaks volumes about the ongoing investigation into wrong doing in Wineinger's effort to pull some strings and get his wife hired. The Sentinel has one email sent from Wineinger's official email address to an ISD which he collects for with his wife's resume and application attached. The O.R. Request below is designed to target proof of any other violations of his office that Wineinger may have committed. The application Wineinger forwarded proves that Kelly Wineinger has moved and claims Greenville as her present and permanent address.
DALLAS AREA 11/7/2017
HUNT COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR COMMITTS UNETHICAL ACT
In a corrupt bid to influence a school district that he is the tax assessor collector for into hiring his wife, current Hunt County Tax Assessor Collector, Randy L. Wineinger used his official email representing himself in his official capacity as Hunt County and Greenville ISD Tax Assessor Collector to forward a personal resume to the school district in order to influence them into hiring his lying, cheating and now criminal wife into their school district. The lying and cheating has been a matter of public record for years but a recently obtained packet of open record request documents from the Greenville ISD regarding the application of Kelly Clark-Glasco-Selmer-Wineinger for a job within the district has brought several facts to light. Selmer-Wineinger's application to the school district was made 6/26/2017 for jobs posted on the greenville isd job listings
page for immediate filling. The two emails below illustrate the corrupt influence that Randy Wineinger attempted to parlay into a job for his most recent honey.
As the second set of screen shots of Kelly Clark-Glasco-Selmer-Wineinger's application show, she is and has been listing Greenville as her present and permanent address since at least June of this year and she bald face lied on her application to one state agency about her dismissal/resignation/termination from TDCJ for an inappropriate relationship with an inmate. That is a crime. The Sentinel calls BS on the medical leave and presents evidence of that fraud being perpetrated against the tax payers of SJC. An intense perusal of Kelly Wineinger's FB page turned up one posting about a doctor appointment the result of was she had to start on blood pressure meds, period. Several other interesting nuggets have been gleaned from the records that arrived at The Sentinel offices today. Sommer Brinkly and Tammy Runnells (wife of 'real republican' Theron Runnells) were both listed as references and gave Selmer-Wineinger glowing reviews. Mary Wilkerson, wife of failed constable candidate and 'real republican' Haney Wilkerson was also listed and gave a good reference. The records also show that Selmer-Wineinger listed SJC Republican Chairman, Dwayne Wright as a reference but that he refused to give her a letter of reference. Sources close to the republican leadership tell The Sentinel that Wright let Selmer know that her efforts to abandon and deceive the taxpayers of SJC would not be taken lightly and that he would have no part of her fraudulent effort. As a candidate that Wright inherited from former disgraced republican chair, Sean Hanson, Selmer-Wineinger's stench of betrayal will none the less cause a setback in his efforts to grow the local party.
Randall Scott Gates, who is not so affectionatly known as, "The Minister of Irritance" in his neck of the woods has succeeded in having a corrupt county commissioner prosecuted for his crimes. Gates and The Sentinel first worked together to obtain the open records on the Waco Biker Shooting at twin peaks that proved several men were "un arrested" via an email he obtained via a prompt open records request submission. To this day, the law in Waco cannot seem to determine who killed all the bikers even though they hold all of the forensic evidence. Witnesses claim all but one biker was gunned down by LEO's gunfire.
STATE REP ISSAC ATTEMPTS TO TURN TEXAS INTO A MARXIST POLICE STATE
A constitution violating BILL is before the Texas House that would turn Texas into a full out police state. Our founding documents and principles REQUIRE probable cause as an element of search and seizure. Issac's bill, with a simple wording change, joins the ranks of cookie cutter warrants issued with no articulable probable suspicion required to conduct a search of a person's personal effects. The changes outlined below seem innocuous but carry the weight of eliminating our Constitutional right to be secure in our person and papers. If this bill is enacted into law, any policeman can stop and demand ID from any person for any or NO reason. It will be argued as a measure to promote "public safety'. As said by those who are way more eloquent and meaningful than myself, anyone who will sacrifice their liberty for their safety deserves neither liberty nor safety. It is a revenue producing move. As it stands, a driver with a tail light out can be stopped and his ID demanded. The officer can ask for the other persons in the car to produce ID but not demand it lawfully. The simple wording change in this proposed law would change that so that every person in any group the officer decides to ID will be obligated to ID and have their name bandied about in scannerville with a warrant check regardless of there being no probable cause reason to ID them. This is unacceptable. Issac is lauded as a real conservative yet shows his Marxist colors with this attack against the fabric of our freedom.
|By: Isaac||H.B. No. 3719|
|relating to the prosecution of the offense of failure to identify.|
|BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:|
|SECTION 1. Section 38.02(a), Penal Code, is amended to read|
| (a) A person commits an offense if the person [
|intentionally refuses to give the person's [
|address, or date of birth to a peace officer who has [
|(1) has lawfully arrested the person;|
|(2) has lawfully detained the person; or|
|(3) has good cause to believe that the person is a|
|witness to a criminal offense.|
|SECTION 2. The change in law made by this Act applies only|
|to an offense committed on or after the effective date of this Act.|
|An offense committed before the effective date of this Act is|
|governed by the law in effect on the date the offense was committed,|
|and the former law is continued in effect for that purpose. For|
|purposes of this section, an offense was committed before the|
|effective date of this Act if any element of the offense occurred|
|before that date.|
|SECTION 3. This Act takes effect September 1, 2017.|
STATE REP STICKLAND HAS VIEWS
Touting himself as a 'Conservative', State Rep John Stickland was quoted with his response to a forum question on marital rape;
"“So, if you feel like you have to educate your wife on how to satisfy your needs, remember that you don’t have to talk to her,” the Republican lawmaker opined. “Just be a man and force her to give you what you want. Be it oral sex, anal, a threesome or the reverse cowboy position – don’t ask for her opinion. Do what you feel like doing and don’t explain your actions. And that’s going to be perfectly fine because deep down, she’s expecting you to act that way. She wants you to be the man in the marriage. That’s why she married you, even though she’ll never openly admit.
Apparently Rep Stickland thinks conservatism only encompasses money issues as in a fiscal conservatism. The Sentinel makes a few observations here. Stickland has hired former Dist 18 State Rep candidate, Keith Strahan to work in his office. The official website lists Strahan as his, "Legislative Director" but Sentinel sources indicate Strahan may have been promoted to Chief of Staff for the perverted Stickland. Sentinel readers may remember that Strahan, during his campaign, would never own up to his own sexual orientation. Rumors of fund raisers in Montrose plagued his campaign. Now Strahan is onboard with lawmaker Stickland, a man who does not realize that without moral conservatism, you are NOT A CONSERVATIVE. Per chance that Stickland saw The Sentinel photos of Strahan with the huge proboscis he earned during the campaign with his lies and thought a threesome with that thing might be interesting. We have reached out to Stickland and Strahan for comment but no reply as of yet.
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In a story that illustrates the principle that our right to bear arms comes from God, a Henderson County resident stood on that right and prevailed.
Walter Diggles and family indicted on charges of taking huricane money
"The FBI raided Diggles' home and the DETCOG office, both in Jasper, in February 2014. Diggles said after that raid that they were looking at inner-party transactions "that may have some impropriety."
As a story that The Sentinel has been following for years and an investigation we had partially underway at the time, it will be interesting to see the conclusion of the matter. There were three incidents that sparked our interest in the case that led to our open records request. First was Wells paving Industrial Rd and only Industrial Rd with "hurricane money" to a spot just past his back gate. Then there was Wells negotiating a "ten-fold" profit deal with the non-profit women's health clinic that opened in Shepherd on a one half acre we proved he owned during the Charley’s Tires episode. Funding for the land deal was sought at DETCOG, a board Wells served on. Final funding source could never be determined because it is one open records request that went to the state's Attorney General's office that I did not win. It is still our contention that we proved the Clinic met all the criteria outlined to be called a government body yet the request was denied. Having worked with and known Walter Diggles personally from 911 addressing work we did in our county, I called him in my search and was assured it was not DETCOG money that paved to road to Wells’ back gate. He gave me some leads on other possible sources. I followed them all and hit a dead end. We still do not know the funding source for the repaving that was done. The third and final thing that peaked our interest was Well’s donation of property for a church. When we sought these records, it was soon after that when the FBI raided all the offices, including the Reverend Diggles’ church office. There are allegations that if you really wanted to get your DETCOG funding, it would not hurt a thing if you made a contribution to the church. With the information out now that there are 28 separate incident charges in the indictment, it remains to be seen if the feds can prove their case. Wells may end up being the inside guy that brings the house of cards down. After all, his years of service with HPD and close ties with DHS through his upper management position in the City of Houston reek of public service accolades. Then there are those other pesky records. All in all, when you see long term questions that may be answered soon, there is an anticipation of closure if nothing else. We don’t seek satisfaction or glee from another man’s troubles but rather in truth and justice being done. Wells may well escape any punishment for the crimes we proved he committed already but he could not escape the ballot box of an informed community. It is our fail safe protection from the corrupt as long as we use it.
"There is ample and compelling evidence that the Texas-Mexico border is not secure, and this lack of security undermines public safety and homeland security in every region of the state. Crime has become increasingly transitory, transnational, organized, and discreet, and terrorism has become more disaggregated. An unsecure border with Mexico is the state’s most significant vulnerability as it provides criminals and would-be terrorists from around the world a reliable means to enter Texas and the nation undetected. This is especially concerning today, in light of the recent attacks and schemes around the world."
Bikers were indicted for 'organized crime' but none in the death of another biker. Autopsy ballistic reports still missing in action. 'Leaked' video conviently shows a biker shooting a gun.
"Essentially, the state of Texas imposed sanctions against an entity whose mission it disagrees with politically and it imposed these sanctions without due process of law. Then it compounded that action by seizing the medical records of this targeted entity."
The Sentinel has confirmed that LEO's fired at least 12 rounds that day. 9 Bikers were killed with head and torso shots. No Biker has been charged in the death of another. The 'cookie cutter' warrants reveal a premeditated nature of the event. "Strong presence" and "40 second response time" support that narrative also.
“Press freedom also has its limits,” he added darkly, suggesting journalists should be able to “feel what you are allowed to do, what you need to do” and not shine a light on politicians’ personal issues.
Prosecutors re examine evidence
""The ordinance isn't the only problem," Briscoe said. "The problem is an out-of-control police department."
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