1%’er EMT Resisted When Cops Tried To Turn Him

1% Cossack Mark White with Bandido Mannie “Candyman” Rodriguez,  who was murdered in an ambush at Twin Peaks on May 17, 2015

WACO – Former Cossack Mark White crouched under a table, pinned down by nearly silent suppressed assault rifle fire from SWAT officers.

He turned to a fellow biker as they listened to rounds smacking into the walls and tables around them, and said, “We’re fixing to get hit, and it’s gonna hurt.”

Moments earlier, he stood at the apex of the L-shaped ambush pattern and watched as the verbal argument began between Bandidos arriving on their bikes and Cossacks resisting their being able to park in a convenient location.

Punches flew and the cops started firing immediately, according to White.

After he made it to safety, he recalls giving CPR to one dying Cossack for an extended period before Waco Police Officer Vrail George pressed the muzzle of his rifle into the back of his head, and said, “Eat pavement m………er, or I’ll blow your brains out.”

In remarks off mic, he further revealed that police used the fact that he and another EMT who were only minutes before attending a political meeting of the Confederation of Clubs were used by on-scene commanders to justify keeping ambulances out of the area and providing emergency medical care to wounded and dying men.

Their claim – that there were Emergency Medical personnel on-scene – prevented the prompt care of the wounded and dying, he says.

Because the two EMT’s were there, the police prevented ambulances from entering the area because they claimed is was an “active shooter” scene.

“Yeah, I’m an EMT, but you’ve got to have the stuff there to care for the injuries. You can’t just do it with – nothing!

In this first-ever interview, former Red and Gold Nation member and 1%’er Cossack Mark White reveals what is on the recording of the jail interview “motorcycle gang experts” made after his arrest at a “bike night” in March at Twin Peaks Restaurant.

DPS Agents, a McLennan County Sheriff’s Office Jail Gang Investigator, Waco Police, and other government types who identified themselves only with their initials attempted to “turn” him as a fellow government employee, a medical technician employed by the Fire Department, saying, “We firemen have to stick together.”


He refused. For some reason that still baffles him, he became a Cossack at the demands of Owen Reeves, who persuaded his men to sew on the diamond 1% patch in defiance of the National Club of the “ugly man” Cossacks MC with the express intent of “stealing” that club’s colors.

The jailhouse tape generated much controversy when first Waco Police Gang Detective Mike Rogers suppressed it in defiance of a discovery order in the prosecution of North Dallas Bandido Chapter Jake Carrizal, then the prosecution objected so vehemently the judge disallowed its being made of record in the presence of the jury.

In this account, White reveals the fact that the cops set up the ambush and encouraged the conditions that led to a violent confrontation between the Red and Gold and Black and Gold antagonists on that Bloody Sunday that claimed 9 lives, wounded twenty, and ended with 177 persons held on $1 million bond for the first degree felony of engaging in organized criminal activity.


An eyewitness to the events that led up to the bloody police ambush from an L-shaped bracket, White gives a background account of the development of the attack through the encouragement of law enforcement officials.

Dozens of e-mails from Elected Criminal District Attorney Abel Reyna to Yvonne Reeves establishes the connection between the prosecution and the Reeves family during the Twin Peaks prosecutions. Mrs. Reeves sought information as a crime victim. Reyna kept per posted of each evolution of the defense effort to recuse a hostile District Judge Ralph T. Strother, and to hand pick a jury panel.


This letter from a Killeen Police victims rights coordinator, reveals the intelligence that a relative of a Cossack who died at Twin Peaks had been involved in an altercation and was seeking compensation as a crime victim.

According to a source close to the investigation, “This is paper work of Kris Rhyne, the new president of Waco 1% Cossacks under Big O. He was supposed to take a 25 year prison deal, then took a 5 year plea deal; but now, somehow, he is out completely and on probation for all his drug charges leading up to Twin Peaks. Owen is using him now to run the mother chapter.”

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Out There – Good, Bad, 1%




Waco – When the 1% Cossacks contacted their former Sgt at Arms Johnny Kash to take back their colors and diamond, he said, “Come get them; I will be here.”

The man arrived, expecting to be handed the items, but he didn’t get them. Kash told him he would have to take them.

At that point, the combat soldier, who does not wish to give his right name or be depicted, recalls that the man abandoned his errand, and left his home peacefully.

“I don’t want to do anything that might jeopardize my future,” said Kash.

“I know how I want to live my life, in the brotherhood of fellow 1%er bikers. I will not do anything to mess up my chances.”

He was born and raised in El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora Reina de Los Angeles, the “old town” of LA’s Olvera Street. The family relocated to the neighborhood of Western and Normandy, where he lived until he “busted out” to join the Army. At the age of 27, he is a veteran of one overseas tours in combat, rated with a service-connected disability.



His story is a revelation of the culture of motorcycle clubmen in the old Aztec region of Aztlan – the area seized by Sharp Knife and Koloneh, the Generals who commanded the Texas Revolution – a series of events that led to the acquisition of all the land from the Sabine River at the western border of President Jefferson’s Louisiana Purchase, to the Russian lands in Northern California known as New Albion, north of the Mendocino, including Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada – and parts of Utah.

Demographic studies prove that by the year 2050, Hispanic people will compose 75% of the population of the United States.

Video image of DPS Agent “Red Boots” Cody Ledbetter firing from ambush at Don Carlos’ Restaurant on May 17, 2015 – Twin Peaks

We sat down with Johnny Kash and Mark White, the former President of his Chapter of Cossacks. What we learned from these men is startling, to say the least.

In this first conversation, Johnny Kash revealed the true motives of Owen Reeves and his rat pack.

In the second of the series, White reveals the attempt by “motorcycle gang” experts of the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office, Texas DPS, and the Waco Police to turn him into a witness against fellow 1% bikers by appealing to his career status as a public servant providing emergency services in Fire Department emergency services.

“It ended my career as an EMT,” he recalls. “My wife lost her career, too.”

The battle lines could not be more starkly drawn with indelible ink or laser beams.

What is to be heard herein is a true and accurate representation of a deep state operation in full frontal assault on WE THE PEOPLE.

This video has no visual content due to an agreement with Mr. Kash



Profilin’ – The Metromess


FT. WORTH – T-E-X-A-S – Popeye stood up on a table top at Strokers on Harry Hines Boulevard in Big D and told the Sons of Liberty to keep a cool, cool melon on their shoulders.

“You see a club you don’t much like, just stay cool,” he said.

Their destination: Hell’s Half Acre, Cowtown’s North Main, the Stockyards, the Rodeo, Swift’s, the gateway to Chicago, KC, Omaha, and New York, N’Yawk – where a piece of the beef is de rigeur – that is, pre-cigars and brandy for the gents and idle chit chat for the ladies.

The Cowtown Cops told members of Los Vagos – a Southern California club long strange to the Lone Star State, now sporting a Texas rocker, that they own the Stockyards of Ft. Worth.

They said so when they busted in on the trade at Jeff Wilson’s Leathers in the midst of a busy Saturday – 38 years in the location at 2225 N. Main, and the site of many a patch party and Sabbatical for two-wheeling clubmen en cavalle, errant, vacillando.

Held guns at their backs, searched their bikes, damaged their saddle bags, knocked the machines over at the berm, charged them for carrying pistols – of all the cockeyed, well, never mind – against the peace and dignity of the People Of The State Of Texas. All that and a bag of chips, as it were.


Wilson reacted with alacrity, to say the least. The Sons of Liberty chimed in with harmonic overdrive.

Thus: The Stockyards Stampede from the Valley of the Trinity to the Western-most valley of the Same Holy Triad, meandering across the prairie to the Salt Grass, far and away.

Arriving on the bloody grounds, the cavalcade made a victory lap after a cruise down Belknap Street on the Bluffs of the city, on up Main, around the tourist trappings and the fancy old commission arena, past Swift’s front gate, and back down Main for the traditionally loud and rudenik episode of the obligatory Hog-Riding U-turn drama, to angle park on the curb across the street.

Funny how a bevy of wheels mounting video cameras will temper and dampen even the boldest tush hog cop dead in his boots, forcing a certain – ah, well – reticence.

We in the Sons’ cavalcade were but amazed at their mild-mannered, unobtrusive presence, including the dozen or so poised to swoop at the rodeo arena, the glittering black Suburbans lurking in the side streets.

Nothing doing.

Unmolested, our – ah – GANG wheeled on up to the front door and lingered awhile, that is, long enough to blow the foam off a short beer and have a doughnut or two – and thence into the concrete canyons skirting the runways of the sky chariots.

We gone.

However, this much is established.

There is no known due process of law whereby an extemporaneous decision by a peace officer will empower We The People Of The State Of Texas to just haul off and declare a person “out law,” thus enabling the People, in all their majestic peace and dignity, to intrude upon the person, papers, and property, etc. And other well-known words so well modulated by the DUE PROCESS of – well, whatever.

I am sincere.

I have spoken.

So mote it be.

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2200 Block of North Main – Hog Heaven – Hell Bent For Leather – Ahem

Tushes v. Monoculture

Hog trap surveilled by game camera, sprung by phone’s send button

Meridian, Tx – Farm Road 1991 meanders from fording point to point along this ancient stream bed in the Edwards Plateau breaks above the backland prairie – to the alluvial plains of the Gulf Coast.

El Bosque is Spanish for – literally – the sticks, and it joins Los Brazos De Christo at Waco in a mad confluence of porous rock strata, water and the black lands sloping to the salt grass – an ancient reef that extends from the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex to Carlsbad with its caverns – and beyond.

It doesn’t matter what men build and develop, when the flood moves, it’s coming through, around, over, under. Whatever is in the way won’t be, not for long.

THE GREENSKEEPER at Bosque Valley Golf Club has the diamond hard look of a man who copes with conditions and their myriad requirements. Battling the foraging hogs of the hardwood forests of scrub live oak and native pecans is just part of the job he does to keep the hackers happy on this 9-hole layout of three gamblers’ loops, each of which ends back at the clubhouse, where the suds and whiskey await their requirements.

The monoculture of the golf course is unnatural in the scrub country

At this time of year, the fogs linger, the mist abounds, and driving rains pound the creatures out of their lowland redoubts to the higher banks, where you can hear the plash and patter of the water in its onrushing progress downslope. Waterfalls are really outflows from caverns and unknown underground rivers headed for yet another inlet to another underground web in the rock.

One might imagine the skirling of pipes, heard far and wee on the vagaries of the wind.

Here the cow pokes of the Chisholm Trail drove their long horns to the rail head at Cowtown, and all points in between Old Mexico and the Windy City. The old pastures still exist, and the old road that follow the river just happen to run right by everyone’s front door.

The Santa Fe tracks run through it, too. Everybody got to be somewhere, as it turns out. And when the levee breaks, mama, you got to move. True story.

Feral hogs, some native javelina, and the rest permutations of prize boar stock from the steppes of Russia to the prairies of the midwest mingle and mix and dig with their tushes in the easiest ground they can find for acorns and seeds.

Damage of swine foraging for acorns under spreading oaks a hazard

They play hell with the finely cultivated turf, mowed and weeded and maintained for the purpose of cow pasture pool.

They multiply as fast as any furry creature on the planet, rivaling even rodents for their legendary fecundity.

Did the breeders fail to make their market? One is tempted to think they may have released at least a portion of their produce into the wilds.

That’s why it’s always open season on feral hogs, no hunting license required, no questions asked when traffic in swine is the topic.

That’s why the game cameras are surveilled by cell phone transmissions and the trap doors may be sprung by remote control with the press of a “send” radio button when the moment of greatest concentration inside the corrals may occur.

A less elaborate method of triggering the hog traps by propping the gate

There is definitely something to be said for that now aging sentiment that when one looks to the sky, it’s nice to know it’s a capitalist moon, and not a planetary satellite controlled by communist hands.

The year 2018 has proven to be a wet one, precipitation having kept its pace with other record years without letting the rivers and creeks out of their banks in disastrous torrents.

Nevertheless, Mr. and Mrs. Hog have taken to the higher ground and the barbecue smoke fills the sodden air of late autumn in the Texas Hill Country.

Onwards, in orbit of our Star – El Sol.

Here’s to ribs, chili, and the odd stew, as it were.

Bon appetit!

So mote it be.

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El Rio Bosque  – The water courses through the rock to the stream

Gator’s Gunfight: Bandido Dobber’s Deal

Bandido Robert “Dobber” Stover at a benefit for his legal defense

Ft. Worth – In the end, the pressure was too great, according to friends and family, and Dobber pled guilty to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for his actions at a gunfight in December 2014 at a Riverside bar.

According to the District Clerk, 396th Criminal District Judge George Gallagher sentenced him to 120 months of deferred adjudication in the case for which he was originally indicted for engaging in organized criminal activity.

Gallagher is the same judge who sentenced the President of the local Ft. Worth Chapter of Bandidos to a lengthy set of concurrent prison terms for engaging in organized criminal activity and directing the actions of a criminal street gang in the same percussive dust-up.

That charge can carry a potential 99 year sentence if the alleged conduct led to a capital offense.

Stover was the second person arrested following the shooting scrape that saw Ft. Worth Chapter President Howard “Drifter” Baker found guilty in June of 2017 for engaging in organized criminal activity in a jury trial and sentenced to 45 years behind bars for the alleged offense that prosecutors told the jury led to a murder.

The charges against the pair and others stemmed from a dispute over patches and who should get one, of what colors, according to knowledgeable sources close to the investigation.

Friends and family lamented the decision, which was carried out on Oct. 15 in open court under elaborate security precautons.

According to Facebook messages sent to friends, the couple feared the array of possibilities involved in a Cowtown jury trial, with its unpredictable results.

So mote it be.

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Rumors Of War Swirl In False Flag Border Dust-up

BULLETIN: WITHIN 24 HOURS, A REUTERS DISPATCH REPORTED SOME 2,000 MEMBERS OF THE CARAVAN HAD RETURNED TO HONDURAS – WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DAY MAKES – https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-immigration-caravan-morales/guatemala-says-some-2000-migrants-have-returned-to-honduras-idUSKCN1MU0T4?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=Social&fbclid=IwAR2EMUD9X56kIFfh3ysPYboxlI0zcAwPxFqjJxqHh_9KS7MZKeFkg7rwDCA

Flora, N.M. – A patriotic group called U.S. Constitutional Patriots is busy spreading garbled information concerning an expected border incident caused by a caravan of people from Honduras who are headed to the U.S.

The alarming messages resemble the radio broadcasts of the Nazis when they manufactured incidents at the German border with Czechoslovakia and Poland that served as cassus belli for hostilities in the quest for what they called leibensraum – or, elbow room.

This message appeared in the Facebook message boxes of certain social media journalists on Saturday afternoon, October 20.

Reached for comment, Mr. Jim Payton said he is not a Lt. Commander, nor has he any naval connection.

“I’m a four-star General,” he declared. “He got it wrong,” he said, recalling a phone interview with Bobby Cipriani.

“Where he got 42,000, I don’t know,” he added. “It’s more like 4,000, but they’re gaining members by the hour,” he said. The caravaners are beginning to attract Mexicans who were “afraid to make the trip alone.”

Johnny Horton, Jr., an Alabama resident whose father Johnny Horton recorded “The Battle of New Orleans” in the late 50’s, is a principal of the militia organization, according to Payton.

“They’ve already found ISIS, Syrians, Cartel, and MS-13 members in the caravan,” he said.

“We’re not worried about the honest people. They will be turned over to the Border Patrol…We’re worried about the criminals, who are here to harm the U.S.”

“I’ve already received more than 100 calls since 7 a.m.,” he declared.

A Facebook page for the organization contains skeptical reviews by people who have researched the organization. One man said he fears it is a con.

Payton disagreed with an audio clip from a phone interview that accompanied the communication without attribution or identification of the speaker, who said the caravan is headed for San Diego, California.

“We learned they are going to split up into three groups and head in three different directions,” he said. “If that’s what is decided. We don’t know yet.” He declined to name his source of the information.

The interview subject injects racist statements about the origin of the financing for the so-called “caravan.” He makes reference to “wealthy Jewish people,” who he said put up the money for the trucks, “which come straight from the United States.” He claimed there are Stars of David painted on their sides and are operated by the United Nations.

“Soros (George) is financing all this,” he says. George Soros is a Hungarian Jew with extensive experience in international finance who got his start in his profession as a railway porter who changed currencies for Nazi officers traveling Europe and the Balkans by passenger train.

Said Payton, “There are people on this side who will be trying to help them – ANTIFA. They aren’t the kids you see on the news. These are military trained people with experience.”

Johnny Horton, Jr.

One may hear the phone interview with the unidentified subject by clicking here:

Judge’s Election All About Eliminating Unnecessary Court


Meridian – The Bosque County Court At Law tried a total of seven jury trials in the past 36 months, according to former District Attorney and seasoned trial and real estate lawyer John Hastings.

That’s not at all cost effective.

What’s more, it’s in no way necessary, he holds.

The population of the entire county numbers just slightly more than 18,000. Its largest city, Clifton, has a population of about 3.5 thousand.

There are only a few Texas counties so sparsely populated with County Courts at Law. He ticks them off on the fingers of one hand. 

A native of this picturesque Norwegian enclave situated at the “top of the Hill Country,” Mr. Hastings is mounting one of the most unusual judicial campaigns on record. Most judges are appointed to their initial term of office. He is running for election in order to eliminate the Court.

It brings to mind the old Firesign Theater radio routine, in which it was asserted, “In order to save the village, it was first necessary to destroy the village.” And other words to that effect.

As he recalls, “This Court was sold to the public as necessary to make money.”

His smile is rather wan, a little on the thin side.

The function of government is not to make money. Constitutional Republics, he agrees, exist in order to provide services and maintain an orderly society.

In conversation, it is recalled that the noted revolutionary fire brand, B. Franklin, Printer, said it was so, “…if you can keep it.”

It is written and remembered that his colleague, Geo. Washington, said at his retirement that government is nothing more or less than the skillful application of force. Without it, all is chaos. 

And so, it with patience that Hastings points out his opponent’s faulty accounting – the claim that the Court returned a net profit of $2,376.25 over the past fiscal year.

Hardly, Mr. Hastings counters.

In terms of true cost accounting, “He didn’t list all the expenses.”

It’s true. A check of budget records shows a sizeable discrepancy of 167,335.69 over his opponent’s figures when you add in costs of court reporting, attorney appointments, litigation, psychiatric expenses, visiting judge salary, transcripts and contingencies for a total #394,392.42.

Is all this a product of neoconservative political philosophy?

No way. 

“It’s just a matter of saving money.”

The County Constitutional Court, operated by the County Judge, can easily take up the slack and the extra money is always useful to resurface and gravel roads people rely upon to get their agricultural products to market, transport their kids to school in buses, and receive goods and freight at their ranches and homes.

The particulars, itemized, are the subject of an advertisement scheduled to appear in the area’s local newspapers next week.

Hastings served Congressman Poage of Waco as an administrative assistant during his days as chair of the House Agriculture Committee.

He recalls the days when Washington, D.C., was definitely located in a swamp, but a particularly nice one with quick access to lovely golf courses, abundant fishing for both freshwater trout and briny cod, crab, and oysters. There are excellent sea shores, deep dark woods, and snowy peaks to visit and rapid transportation to the rest of an abundant nation.

When boll weevil days came and his boss man lost his chairmanship of that key committee by three votes, he was the one who cast his opponent’s name in nomination for his former chairman’s seat.

It was a more team-spirited atmosphere, as he remembers the political atmosphere of his salad days. 

So mote it be.

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To eliminate the Court, run for election John Hastings for County Court At Law

Posted by Jim Parks on Friday, October 19, 2018

‘You Just Joined The Biggest Gang In The World’ – Top Tarrant Cop

Chief Deputy Caudill told a graduating class of peace officers they are now members of the ‘brotherhood,’ the ‘biggest gang in the world.’

Ft. Worth – When it comes to the semantics of crime, the law, indictments and criminal cases, one of the most loaded terms in the world of criminal justice is “gang.”

Under Texas criminal law, the allegation of complaint is classified and defined as an organization that wears distinctive colors or identifying badges, submits to central authority, and engages in criminal activity.

Members of what the law defines as “outlaw criminal gangs” such as ‘one percenter’ motorcycle clubs face charges in state district court that specify their membership in allegedly criminal outlaw gangs. The allegation is a serious enhancement to the criminal complaint under which they are charged and indicted.

In a recent graduation ceremony of the Tarrant County police academy, a top commander of the Sheriff’s Office told the rookies they just joined “the biggest gang in the world.”

As it turns out, the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office could very well be so defined if they State of Texas’s law firm, the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office, is able to obtain an unanimous verdict in the criminal cases it has charged against members of the Sheriff’s Office.

A 2013 collision between a truck driven by a Sheriff’s Office employee and a young nurse resulted in her death and intoxication manslaughter charges filed against the member of the Sheriff’s staff. 

A months-long investigation by a CBS Broadcasting outlet resulted in criminal charges against four Precinct 8 Deputy Constables who allegedly worked private security job assignments while on the clock for Tarrant County. Two of the deputies reportedly turned themselves in as a result of a plea bargain agreement with the Tarrant County DA’s office in return for their testimony against their fellow officers.

A Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office Deputy faces allegations of sexual harassment for making alleged lewd comments to fellow female officers. He has denied the allegations leveled earlier in 2018.

Various branches of the government have repeatedly alleged criminal gang membership as enhancements to criminal complaints. In a recent confidential conversation, a man so charged in Ft. Worth said he experienced similar activity while serving in a foreign tour of duty in the U.S. Armed Forces. Asked if he would make his allegation on-mic, he declined.

Asked why, he said he feared he would be transported overseas to a “black site” and would never be seen or heard from again if he made his allegations public while facing similar charges as an alleged member of an outlaw criminal gang, as defined Sec. 71.01, Title 11, of the Texas Penal Code.

Our confidential source alleged that he and other members of the United States Armed Forces have been repeatedly threatened in this way during their overseas tours by superiors who promised just such retaliation will definitely occur should they reveal what they saw and experienced during their tours of duty in various overseas combat zones.

We of RadioLegendary gleaned these images and audio file from one presented on social media by former White Settlement City Councilman Dave Mann, a certified peace officer whose commission is carried by the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office.

Pay Dirt! Badge Numbers Of Tactical Squad In Stockyards Gun Arrests


Cox told Officer Joel that he was in possession of a firearm about the time Officer Joel felt what he believed to be a handgun, by the weight and shape, concealed in the front inside pocket of the jeans vest. At that time Officer Joel was assisted by Sgt S Banes 3551 who retrieved a loaded Glock 42 .380 from the front left inside pocket of the vest Cox was wearing. Officer Joel asked Cox if he possessed a license to carry a weapon and Cox answered “why do you need one” which was a possible indicator that Cox did not. Officer Joel asked Cox again if he had a license to carry a firearm and Cox Stated no. – Arresting Officer’s Narrative, Wilson’s Leathers, Sept. 22

Fort Worth – John Wesley Cox answered the Cowtown cop’s question with one of his own.

Asked if he had a license to carry a firearm, he asked “Why do you need one?” according to the arresting officer’s narrative of his reasons for warrantless arrest of the Vagos prospect from Missouri.

Officer Joel of the Special Response Team, a tactical squad of special ops soldiers fielded by the Ft. Worth Police Department, said the remark led him to believe he had probable cause to charge the man with unlawful carry of a weapon by a member of an outlaw criminal gang, as specified in Texas Penal Code Section 42.06 (2)(C), a misdemeanor offense, unless enhanced by aggravating circumstances to the status of a felony.

In the documentation obtained from a source close to the investigation, The Legendary found the cops’ reasons for confiscation as evidence of the mens’s garments due to the distinctive markings of the Vagos Motorcycle Club and the green colors associated with that organization police have thereby alleged to be an ongoing criminal enterprise.


The leadership of their expedition assigned Cox and his companion, Travis Mitchell Samuel to watch the motorcycles as the group of men shopped for rain gear inside Wilson’s Leathers, 2225 N. Main, in the Fort Worth Stockyards on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 22.

When the cops saw one of the men pass a handgun to another, they moved in to investigate.


Citizens of the Show Me State of Missouri have the right to Constitutional Carry of handguns, unlike Texas, which reserves the right to regulate how a sidearm is to be legally “worn” for the determination of the Legislature. Texas law requires a license to carry a concealed sidearm as the authority to wear a holstered handgun in plain view.

In supplemental remarks, the documents show a Sgt. Banes, Badge No. 3551 in charge of the detail.

In the report by Officer L. Joel, Badge No. 3445, the badge number of a squad of seven are noted:








It is widely agreed in the patriot community that the other rights guaranteed by the U.S. and Texas Constitutions are no good and unenforceable unless the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms is respected and a citizen is afforded his God-given right of self defense by having the ability to match deadly force with deadly force in case of willful and vicious assault.

So mote it be.

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