State lawman commission in active investigation of McNamara’s TCOLE license

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Sheriff Parnell McNamara quizzed out on his peace officer’s certification license testing – with a little help from his friends, according to a former Lieutenant who admitted as much to former Chief Deputy Matt Cawthon

Six Shooter Junction – Investigators at the state’s licensing commission for peace officers are involved in an active inquiry of just how – and by what means Sheriff Parnell McNamara obtained his license as a Texas lawman.

A retired Deputy U.S. Marshal, McNamara took a series of tests and required courses in order to be allowed to sit for the exam given to Sheriffs with former federal or out of state service.

As a result, he was not required to attend a state-certified law enforcement training academy.

Former Chief Deputy Matt Cawthon, who resigned from his job on October 1, revealed that former Lieutenant Chris Eubank was involved in the cheating scheme with his girlfriend, a dispatcher at the Gatesville Police Department who also works part time at the Waco Police Department. She allegedly blackmailed him for helping McNamara by taking courses and tests  on a computer located at his campaign headquarters in Bosqueville, according to Eubank’s admission to Cawthon. She had snapshots made of Eubank seated at a computer with a cartoon balloon that said, “I just made another A on another test…” As it turns out, he later co-signed a note on a rural residence for her near Gatesville and helped her finance a new car.

Legendary Reporter R.S. Gates requested public information regarding the policies and procedures used at the McLennan County Sheriff’s Department for on-line training and testing in licensing programs of the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.

Their answer, received after a 10-day waiting period, triggered a 15-day response letter in which a top official of the commission revealed the opinion explained to Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton that TCOLE officials held that to release any information would compromise an ongoing investigation.

Eubank admitted to former Chief Deputy Matt Cawthon, a retired Texas Ranger, that he took on-line tests and courses to help McNamara obtain his certification. At the time, Cawthon advised the former Lieutenant, who had a hand in training, background investigations, and evaluations, to resign. Eubank did so, but when Sheriff McNamara learned of his resignation, he persuaded him to stay on and accept employment as a Sergeant in the Patrol Division, supervising five other officers in the deep night “D” shift that runs from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily.

The TCOLE investigation of the McNamara administration is hardly an isolated event.

Hill County Sheriff Michael Cox, his Chief Deputy, the top Corrections Officer, and a turnkey were all nabbed in a TCOLE investigation of a similar scam. County Commissioners replaced them after they were charged with tampering with official documents and computer fraud, State Jail felonies.

To read earlier reports on these matters, follow these links:

Strange interview about something weird that never really happened

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Chelsea Marie Robinson, alleged solicitor of a sexual liaison with a minor female 16 years of age who does not, in fact, exist…

Bosqueville – Kimberly Robinson’s words blaze through the monitor like a single long, drawn-out exclamation point in a cartoon balloon.

Her daughter Chelsea, who is 22 years old, is under indictment for the online solicitation of a minor – a sixteen year old female who never, ever really existed, other than in a texting fantasy between herself and a male police officer .

Though Chelsea Marie Robinson engaged in more than 36 hours of on-line texting prior to her October 20, 2014 arrest – a tantalizing, sexually explicit conversation held on-line with a picture of an attractive young woman depicted on CraigsList, the minor female’s real identity is that of Deputy Bradley Bond, McLennan County Sheriff’s Office, Badge Number 9170.

Under the law, it doesn’t matter if the meeting for sex never took place, that the entire affair was a fantasy, or that the minor thus solicited was actually some hairy-legged cop on a smart phone.

It’s a horrendous charge, a third degree felony that could net a conviction requiring a lifetime of registration as a sex offender, not less than two years or more than 10 years imprisonment, and/or a fine of $10,000.

Prosecutors must prove that the defendant knowingly and intentionally engaged in the solicitation. The indictment reads thusly, that Chelsea did, “then and there, with the intent, that 16-year-old female, a minor, would engage in sexual contact or sexual intercourse, or deviate sexual intercourse with the Defendant, knowingly solicit over the Internet, or by text message the said 16 year old female to meet the Defendant.”

Chelsea’s name and picture have been prominently displayed on newspaper pages and in broadcasts. Sheriff Parnell McNamara trumpted the information that dozens of sexual predators scheduled assignations with minors after school, arranged to meet them in shopping centers and parking lots.

As vile as all that may seem, there are some alternate, hard and true facts to consider when it comes to the case against Chelsea Robinson.

It’s really a cultural offense as much as a criminal charge, and here’s why.

For 36 long hours, Chelsea Robinson spoke with a person who doesn’t really exist, as depicted and represented by a police officer, about engaging in a legal sexual liaison between consenting adults in the privacy of their home.

The Craigs List chat room where the offense took place in cyberspace carries a registration process in which participants must certify that they are of a lawful age – 18 years of age – to involve themselves in sexual liaisons in the privacy of a home or lawful residence..

To get in the virtual chat room, Bond would have had to assert that the virtual girl he was impersonating was actually of a lawful age of consent. That’s where the entire affair begins to resemble some episode from Alice In Wonderland. It makes one wonder, just what kind of mushrooms did the cheshire cat really eat, and what is he smoking in that hookah rig?

Forging onward, the record supports the fact that Chelsea engaged in sexually explicit conversation, at one point assuring her young female lover that she intended to “rock your f­____ing world…I’m going to make sure my (vagina) is nice and soft for you…”, according to an affidavit of probable cause presented to a magistrate in support of an arrest warrant.

It was only in the last few minutes prior to the arranged 5:30 p.m. meeting between the two in the parking lot of a Home Depot store in Lacy-Lakeview that the fantasy lover revealed that “she” was only 16 years of age.

Chelsea is reported to have responded that “Sixteen will get you twenty,” and added that she did not believe it was the truth.

According to her mother, “She said, ‘Mom, I know I was really stupid, but I swear I didn’t believe her. I didn’t believe she was only 16…'”

One can only speculate that if at that point, she had decided to back out, declined to go through with the meeting, and made it a part of the official record that she could not become involved with an underage partner in the planned assignation between herself, her husband, and the fantasy cyber-lover manufactured out of thin air and cyphers imprinted on a silicon chip, no arrest would have taken place.

As it occurred, the moment she rolled onto the parking lot at Home Depot, “about 20 police cars swooped on her,” according to her mother.

Kimberly Blackburn Robinson, her mother, is a woman whose felony probation was recently extended for another four years due to some violation; she is frantic with worry about what could happen to the kids in the family if both she and her daughter are imprisoned at the same time.

I sent her attorney an e-mail and told him that we are not taking a plea deal we are ready fight this as far as we need to that anything less than a dismissal is unexceptable (sic). This will ruin the rest of her life…”

It’s already had a great impact. Chelsea lost her 39-hour-a-week job clerking in a Valero Corner Store, she and her old man got kicked out of the rental where they lived with their two kids, and she has only just lately arranged new employment. The boyfriend is long gone.

Her mother writes, “According to the attorney, he has filed a motion for discovery and that’s what he was waiting on. If he has received it or not is anyone’s guess…”

To take the guess work out of the equation, a check of the file in the District Clerk’s office shows that Charles W. McDonald, the attorney court-appointed by 54th District Judge Matt Johnson, has so far made no such filing – or any other – since making an appearance at an arraignment hearing held in February in which Chelsea posted a $5,000 post-indictment bond.

Judge Johnson’s name comes up again in Kimberly Robinson’s on-line narrative. In a note in which she lamented her demurral on an errand to the courthouse to see if any discovery motion has been filed, she said, “I had to 2 get my son taken care of! However, I suppose in reality, there are other reasons, I suppose I didn’t want to admit. If I could speak to you, off the record, I would like to explain. As you stated, some of these people could hurt you if they wanted to, or even worse, they can be dangerous. In some ways that’s what I worry about! (Off record) I am worried if I stir up the wrong thing they could could make it really hard on me. I am on felony probation. Matt Johnson was the judge, they have already tried to revoke me, and succeeded once, 5 weeks before my release date. They took me off of adjudicated probation and gave me 4 more years regular probation. And I’m walking a fine line they told me…” She later gave her assent to allow her remarks to be quoted in this article.

She explains she is not a lawyer, that she doesn’t know or understand the arcana of the court’s procedures. Asked why should she – why would that be necessary, she is at a loss for words. Nonplussed. Speechless.

There may be a very good reason for the delay in a motion for discovery. Word around the camp fire is that the dozens of online solicitation cases so triumphantly trumpeted a few months ago by Sheriff McNamara may be ill-prepared to withstand the rigors of pre-trial maneuvering.

According to a retired law enforcement official with subject matter expertise, an individual who requested anonymity, “People who do these kinds of on-line solicitation cases are very particular. They always use just one device – a smart phone or a hard drive or a computer – for each case,” he explained. “You see, if an attorney moves for discovery of the evidence and the judge grants the motion, the order may very well turn out to include all the cases made so far on all the indictments, if they’re on the same hard drive…It’s a prosecutor’s nightmare.”

He agreed that commingling evidence of on-line culpability is not the most professional method when it comes to successful prosecution of these types of offense.

To read up on another case in which prosecutors declined prosecution on an indictment for a first degree felony assault charge after a three-year delay in a motion for discovery following an agreed order for the same, follow this link:

Words fail. The mind boggles.

So mote it be.

– The Legendary

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Ohio on path to limit fed power through Art. 5

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Ohio State House, Columbus, Ohio

Bewildered by the maze of federal regulations, the overweening powers of a system that seems out of control, on a runaway path?

Buckeye State activists, harassed by policies enforced by federal bureaucrats they feel overreach the government’s authority, have lined up two sponsors for an Article 5 convention to amend the U.S. Constitution.

Citizens of any state may do the same, if they organize.

Representatives Bill Patmon (Dist. 10, D-Cleveland) and Christina Hagan (Dist. 50, R-Alliance) have targeted June 30 for passage of a resolution that would allow a state convention’s proposal to amend the constitution to limit federal power or change its methods of wielding executive orders.

Following the summer recess, the Convention of States National Legal Team will work with Senators to draft a similar resolution for passage in the upper chamber.

If three-fourths of the state legislatures ratify legal instruments to modify the U.S. Constitution, the proposals may be presented to the Congress to change the government’s role in wielding powers many feel are out of control.

The Convention of States movement has an extensive plan to exercise power through a system of District Captains in each legislative district nationwide in order to make the desired changes.

Most legal scholars agree that without the Bill of Rights and means to amend the constitution through Article 5, the legislatures would have never ratified the U.S. Constitution of 1790.

One may fill out a petition to their state Representative or Senator by clicking here and mailing it to the national headquarters of the Convention of States movement for forwarding.

(Phone users unable to navigate dropbox should click on the hyperlink in the second paragraph and use the petition form located in the material furnished there.)



Interlocking directorate of military family’s political ties to industry

“Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes the laws.” – Mayer Amschel Rothschild

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“THE conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.” – Edward Bernays, “Propaganda,” 1928

A nephew of Sigmund Freud, Edward Bernays apprehended and published the importance of mass perceptions and thinking as distinct from that of the individual following the “Great War,” the first totally mechanized, industrial war, the one that never ended, but only resulted in a “cessation of hostilities” on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month – in 1919.

War One was only prelude to War Two, a problem created by bankers with money to lend, the death knell to a feudal principle of national organization, and a solution based on creating debt on top of debt, on top of skyrocketing levels of debt.

Through his work, Bernays was able to make masses of people behave in ways they didn’t understand – in fact, never noticed as individuals – through an adroit manipulation of information made available through an iron-fisted control of communications. The operator’s manual, its set of rules and the playbook of strategies, the 1928 book, “Propaganda,” set the stage for tail fins and their disappearance, the rapidly changing and arbitrary width of lapels and ties, the sudden appearance of art deco, streamlining of appliances with no capability of flight – shiny chrome-plated devices such as toasters, tv’s, telephones, refrigerators…

As an applied principle of industrial psychology, the results are not all that good for the individual. Smoking is glamorous. New and improved means what you have is old – and inferior. War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength. There’s a war on drugs, but things go better with Coke.

Big Brother Is Watching.

The military-industrial complex is an industry with an interlocking directorate that operates under a cloud of secrecy, in spite of the politics of the regime in power for the latest term. There is no real correlation between the policies of a neoconservative administration and its war policies, or that of an ultra-liberal government bent on change for the sake of change. The war goes on.

The teams of the true players stay the same; they operate to see that the more things change, the more they stay the same – through a program of learned helplessness and Hegelian dialectics in which the government creates problems, then provides costly solutions.

That’s why the quick and dirty examination of the Kimmitt family, a military family spawned from a ranching operation in Montana that “grew wheat on borrowed money,” to quote the founder of the Washington, D.C., military-industrial public relations firm of Kimmitt, Coates & McCarthy, later merged as Kimmitt, Senter, Coates & Weinfurter, is of great importance in understanding this year’s massive Special Operations exercise, Jade Helm 15 (Joint Assistant Defense Executive – Homeland Elimination of Local Militants 2015).

There is an urgent need to let special ops troopers from all branches of the Armed Forces function in real military conditions among the population of the southern tier of the U.S. in order to condition them for deployment overseas. Databasing, human intelligence, electronic surveillance, extraction, internment, all are goals for special ops types who will be circulating in soft clothes under the supervision of military officers during an 8-week period July 15 to September 15 in states from California to Florida, including Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, and Louisiana.

The Kimmitt family consists of three brothers who graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, rose above the field grade ranks, and went on to serve in the high councils of government in the Defense, State, and Treasury Departments, as well as the National Security Council, the White House, and the boards of defense contractors such as Alliant Tech Systems, The Olive Group, Oshkosh, and various banking and investment firms.

Born in 1918 in Montana, Joseph Stanley Kimmitt spent his life in government service, beginning in World War Two, where he rose to the rank of Lt. Col. in the Army, and later served in Korea before retiring as a commander of an infantry unit in Germany in the early sixties.

He went to work for Majority Leader Senator Mike Mansfield, then served as the Secretary of the Senate, and the Secretary for the Majority from 1977 to 1981. When he left the Senate, he worked in the Apache Attack Helicopter program, then founded the public relations and lobbying firm of Kimmitt, Coates & McCarthy.

His son Mark Kimmitt retired from the Army as a Brigadier General, then worked in the Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base as a Deputy Secretary of Defense.

He is closely allied with Col. Brennan, a proponent of America retaining its stature as a superpower through close cooperation with the United Nations and other world government arrangements.

While serving in that position, the general made numerous enemies who opposed his confirmation as an Assistant Secretary of State for Military Affairs, chief among them his Enlisted Aide, Gunnery Sergeant Aaron Kenefick. The sergeant wrote him up for unethical behavior and demanding that he deliver sensitive and top secret documents to his civilian quarters at 3 a.m. each day outside the confines of the base.

In anomalous series of events, the general recommended Kenefick highly for promotion and arranged for his transfer to an intelligence and recon battalion at Okinawa. He was reassigned from there to a unit in the Ginjgal Valley of Afghanistan, where he was ambushed by a large number of Taliban fighters, pinned down, and left with the rest of his combat team to perish in withering automatic and rocket propelled grenade fire.

Kenefick’s mother Susan Price blames General Kimmitt for this development. She and other members of his unit say he was targeted because of his complaints against the general.

Mark Kimmitt works for the public relations firm his father founded, serves on the boards of numerous defense contractors, and writes extensively about events in the middle east. He serves on the boards of defense contractors such as the Olive Group and Alliant Technologies, a manufacturer of tank armor treated with depleted uranium.

Robert Kimmitt, also a retired Army officer,  has served in the same State Department position as his brother Mark, then went on to work as a high ranking official of the Department of the Treasury. He, too, writes extensively for prestigious publications on the subject of banking. He is a strong proponent of a united North American economy and  government. He has extensive work background in the White House, serving the National Security Council and as a writer of regulations as a White House Counsel.

He also is a strong advocate for a strong European Union.

Joseph H. Kimmitt is an executive vice president of Oshkosh Trucks who works in government operations. Working from the company’s Washington, D.C. office, he is the chief architect of a government program to spend billions of dollars on refurbishment of MRAP combat vehicles for resale to the Saudi Arabian government.


Jury setled earlier case of no-lights pursuit by Sheriff’s car in acquittal

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McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamra

Waco – When David Montgomery, 29, saw the headlights fly up on his rear bumper, he had no way of knowing he was followed by a McLennan County patrol unit.

It was a dark night in April, 2014, he was driving down a lonely gravel road in rural country, and he was taking no chances. People come to grief on these rural roads.

A younger sister of his had in the recent past sustained a gunshot wound from a .223 caliber round that penetrated the door of a pickup truck, traveled through and through her right thigh, and wound up in the calf of her left leg.

When aggressive drivers show up on a rear bumper burning their high beams on the back of your neck in McLennan County, Texas, it’s no time to stop and talk it over.

Montgomery poured on the coal, found a place to pull over, and killed his headlights. Then he turned on his “KC” grill-mounted lights so he could be seen from in front, but not from behind, and hit the gas.

It was then, and only then, that Deputy Ewing turned on his emergency flashing lights. Seeing he was pursued by a police officer, Montgomery became obedient; he pulled over immediately at Ewing’s direction.

Because the deputy did not activate his emergency lights, there was no video of the original portion of his pursuit. The video that finally emerged showed only the part where Montgomery pulled over after Ewing turned on the flashing lights.

The deputy arrested Montgomery for reckless driving, but said all along he could have charged him with the more serious offense of evading arrest.

That’s the offense McLennan County Sgt. Chris Eubank charged a black man with in east Waco in March, 2015, after he pursued him with no emergency lights at speeds of more than 80 miles per hour through city streets, according to an investigation by the Waco Police Department. The man finally crashed his car, flipping it. The impact of the car striking a curb, clipping a light pole, and flipping “at least once,” according to another deputy who witnessed the accident, ejected the passenger from the vehicle. He sustained a serious head injury.

Similarly, in that case, there is no video of Eubank’s original chase, but the Sheriff’s Office has declined to release a dashcam video made by another officer who turned on his lights before the driver of the suspect vehicle crashed and flipped the car he was driving.

In an affidavit of probable cause for an arrest warrant, an investigator showed no real probable cause for the pursuit, and no real evidence of evasion of arrest. He merely stated that the car was traveling at a high rate of speed and was “all over the road.”  The judge signed the warrant, anyway. It is dated “the 15 day of 2015,” and the man is charged with felony evasion of arrest.

That is all part of a huge ongoing dispute between the Waco Police and the Sheriff’s Office. Eubank has lied, both in person, and in a memo sent to an Assistant Chief of Police, claiming he was not in pursuit of the vehicle, when the truth is, he was heard on an audio saying the suspect vehicle was running from him.

In a dashcam video made of the accident investigation, one Waco police officer is heard telling another that Sheriff’s Officers had “said earlier they were coming over here (east Waco) to stir up some shit.”

But Johnathan Montgomery got no points for being white while driving in the country. He made 12 pre-trial appearances spread over a period of one year, spent $1,800 in attorney’s fees and bond payments, and finally stood trial before jurors who deliberated for a mere 10 minutes before they returned a verdict of not guilty.

A member of his family, who, fearing retaliation, requested anonymity,  said “The DA kept repeating to the jury that reckless driving was punishable for up to three years in jail – ugh- they made me so angry.

“The DA offered several times to dismiss the charge, but they wanted him to sign a statement basically saying he was guilty of something else. It was all bullshit and our taxpayers’ dollars funded it.”

So it cost Johnathan Montgomery and his family considerable cash, time, and stress – to avoid pleading guilty to something that not only he didn’t do, but no one else did, either, because, basically, it never happened. A Sheriff’s patrol officer violated state police procedure by failing to activate his emergency flashing lights and starting his video dashcam recorder when in pursuit of the driver of a vehicle he suspects of suspicious activity.

By violating that simple, common sense policy, he alarmed the driver he was aiming to stop, the driver fled, and he then arrested him for something he provoked in the first place.

The jurors got it, if the DA didn’t. Case closed.

So mote it be.

– The Legendary

Countermand a go in Texas – next session



Charles, Countermand Amendment activist…

Like most people involved in the Patriot movement, Charles remembers the moment, the single most important incident that awakened him, galvanized his actions to make change in his world.

It was the morning in 1973 that the U.S. Supreme Court announced that henceforth, women would be allowed to terminate their pregnancies at will, of their own volition – that it would be a matter settled in private, between she and her doctor. State law protecting the lives of the unborn was thereby nullified by a federal holding.

A street corner preacher from Akron, Ohio, he was instantly plunged into an activist role. To this day, he finds the judge made common law established in Roe v. Wade to be unacceptable. It’s an issue that has polarized American politics to the extent that GOP candidates seeking funding from political action committees are asked to explain their pro-life posture in questionnaires prior to any further discussion. There are no conservative politicians who do not totally oppose pro choice. As to liberal Democrats, there is no question. A woman’s choice is sacrosanct, a matter of principle not to be rescinded. So it goes.

Charles travels and teaches, broadcasts and lobbies for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would permit State Legislatures to hold a convention under the authority of Article 5 in order to make a single-issue amendment to rescind and countermand federal laws and regulations that interfere with what is known as States Rights. His goal: to form a super majority of states that have ratified the terms of the countermand amendment, in order to create a new way not to just nullify federal law, but to totally rescind laws found objectionable by Legislatures.

This is the single most important issue that led to the Civil War – the War Between the States – or what is known in Dixie as The War of Northern Aggression. If history has a way of repeating itself, only God can help us. The war between an agrarian, southern rural population and an industrialized northern economic coalition was the bloodiest in American history; in many areas of the nation, economic and social recovery is still a matter of struggle – bitter, hateful struggle – between we the people.

Interwoven in an extensive presentation Charles made at the Red, White and Blue Rally in the Florida Panhandle over the weekend is the recurring theme voiced by the people in attendance that County Sheriffs hold the power to force constitutional adherence – if you can get them to do their job. But all the saber rattling by militiamen and local law enforcement will not solve the problem, Charles explains.

There is nothing to keep a federal bureaucracy from coming back the next day to do more of the same. Absolutely nothing.

The rally was held to explore the best ways of resisting an exercise of the Armed Forces Special Operations Command scheduled for July 15 to September 15, in which commandos from all branches of the military will infiltrate, catalogue and database dissident groups perceived as hostile to the principle of homeland security as propagated in the Patriot Act and the National Defense Authorization Act. It is called Jade Helm (Joint Assistant Defense Exercise – Homeland Extraction of Local Militants).  Troopers will play the war game of casting Texas and Utah as hostile states, their populations to be controlled through extraction, internment, interrogation – all the ugly activities of an army of occupation.

Want an example of what that’s like? Read your Holy Bible. If that doesn’t work, watch news clips from Kosovo, Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan – anywhere the neo-Roman Legions of the UN may present themselves.

One may listen to selected excerpts from the discussion by clicking here:

Sheriff’s Patrol supervisor’s lies about vehicle pursuit that led to a serious accident

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Story by The Legendary Jim Parks

Reporting by R.S. Gates

Waco – Official records and a video dash camera recording clearly show Sgt. Chris Eubank lied to an Assistant Police Chief when he insisted he was not in pursuit of a vehicle that crashed on a city street in east Waco, causing serious bodily injury to a passenger.

Though the driver of the car is charged with the felony crime of evading arrest, successful prosecution is highly unlikely because Sgt. Eubank made statements within microphone range of a dashboard video camera on a Waco Police cruiser, and later wrote a memo claiming he was never close enough to “light him up” during a chase that reached speeds in excess of 80 miles per hour.

Waco officers called to the scene of the wreck in which a car struck a curb on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, clipped a light pole and fipped “at least once,” were not fooled. One of them is heard to say on the dash cam audio, “They said earlier they were going to come over here and stir up some shit.”

To “light him up,” Eubank would have had to activate his emergency lighting system, thus causing the video recording equipment on his cruiser to capture the image of the suspect vehicle as the driver desperately tried to outrun a number of Sheriff’s Office patrol officers in the area of Dunbar St. at Dallas, located in an area of East Waco that is notorious for crack cocaine and other drug dealing, drug houses, and prostitution.

Sheriff’s Office Records Supervisor Tamma Willis has declined to furnish a copy of the video made by Sheriff’s Officers’ cars, saying that to do so would interfere with an investigation of a crime – a felony crime the officer himself alleges he has no real evidence to prove, since he was not close enough to actually see what exactly took place.

According to a law enforcement insider with years of experience in police related internal investigations who requested his name be kept in confidentiality, “The dash audio and video indicate he WAS chasing. He actually was recorded saying he’s got one running. He activated red lights. He traveled city streets a speeds in excess of 80 miles per hour. (Corporal Joseph) Ballew is videoed jumping out at the crash scene with his weapon pointed. THAT’S A CHASE!”

A civilian shown on trial to have told an investigating officer such a falsehood would be found guilty of the criminal offense of making a false report to a law enforcement agency.

It is unclear what action, if any, will be taken in the case of Sgt. Eubank. The situation has created some considerable controversy between the two departments. The Waco police officer who investigated the single car accident said he has reached an agreement with the ranking officer in charge of the matter at the Sheriff’s Office that if charges are to be filed, they will be filed by the Sheriff’s Office and his investigation will stand as an official record of how the accident occurred. Calculations made by he and his associates show the pursuing vehicles to have reached speeds far in excess of 80 miles per hour, including one burst of speed by Corporal Ballews car of 86 miles per hour while Sgt. Eubanks drove at the rate of 79 miles per hour at one point.

Remarks of both Waco police officers and Sergeant Eubank  at the scene of the accident may be heard by following this link: 

One may read a comprehensive report on this and other police matters relating to Sheriff’s Officers by following this link:

One may read other stories from this series by following these links:



Florida Baptists to close childrens’ homes over same-sex adoption

Pastor Eaton

Pastor Eddie Eaton, West Pittman Baptist Church, delivering a benediction at a religious rally devoted to resistance to Jade Helm 

Westville, FL – Faced with the prospect of being forced to allow an adoption of a child by a same-sex couple, Florida Baptists have elected to close all six campuses of the Florida Baptist Children’s Home in June.

Pastor Eddie Eaton of the West Pittman Baptist Church in Westville, Florida, said since the Legislature failed to act to nullify a Supreme Court holding ruling a state same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, the children’s home will inevitably be sued as a matter of course by a same-sex couple seeking permission to adopt a child.

The Baptist churches of Florida have elected to forego the risk by closing their children’s homes.

“During the time that (same sex marriage) was the law,” he told a throng of Christian faithful at a meeting, “not one County Clerk stood up and said, ‘I can’t do that. It’s against my Christian faith.'”

The people of his denomination have no political reason not to oppose the court ruling, he explained.

“Who would care if they lost their church’s tax exemption over political speech?” he asked. “That’s no threat.” Asked to choose between the word of God and the wrath of federal authorities, he said, he would gladly choose the word of God and pay taxes as to keep his mouth shut to save a tax exemption.

“I’d like to be able to preach what I want to preach,” he concluded. All such threats are a paper tiger, according to Pastor Eaton.

“Not one church has ever lost its tax exempt status,” he said. “It has never happened in the history of the United States of America.”

He recalled how a certain State Senator Gates influenced fellow Senators at Tallahassee to not approve a House of Representatives resolution to reintroduce the same-sex marriage ban as a constitutional amendment. “We had a two-thirds majority – it was veto proof,” – he recalled. And then Sen. Gates began to make the rounds of the desks of Committee Chairmen in the Senate chamber. The deal was off. “Not one Republican voted to keep same-sex marriage illegal in Florida,” he declared.

He told the faithful that Gates is prepared to forego the vote of the Panhandle area of the state, confident he can capture the nomination and be elected U.S. Senator on the strength of his popularity with voters to the south of the heavily Baptist, very conservative area.

He urged his listeners to oppose Gates’ son in running for election to the senior Gates’ seat in the State Senate in order to clear the way for his primary run for U.S. Senator

People of the book fight back in red, white, and blue confab out back


Somewhere in the Florida Panhandle – The “people of the book,” Jews and Christians who are targeted by radical Islamic extremists, are fighting back. Life has been lost. Warrior generals of the armed forces act as high ranking officials of the State and Defense Departments; they are attacking their people. They all agree.

It’s a cultural thing, and the speakers at the weekend Red, White and Blue conference in this rural golf and retirement village all agree.

“It’s almost too late.” Each speaker in turn says the same thing. Almost, but not quite too late, but first, Obama and his Pentagon and State Department appointees have to go – or else, we the people stand to lose it all – country, heritage, family, life its own self.


Susan Price, a Gold Star mother who lost her Gunny Sergeant Marine son to a suspected ambush arranged in collusion with hostile forces of the Taliban in Afghanistan, goes so far as to the N-word in describing a high-ranking military couple who now ride herd on national security issues.

She calls Jane Holl Lute, Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, a former United Nations Secretary General for Mission Support in the Department of Peace, a Nazi. She is a former U.S. Army officer who worked for NSA in Berlin and other cold war hot spots.


Her husband, retired Lt. General Douglas Lute, the “War Czar,” is now a Deputy National Security advisor who has commanded units from Europe to Ft. Hood and all the way back to the mideast. He is a major player in the U.S. Central Command, an instrument of Obama’s White House policy.

She predicts that Operation Jade Helm 15, a special ops exercise slated for summer, but something she and her associates all insist is underway now, will result in internet black-outs, phone service interruptions – communications chaos. All agree. There are shouted replies of support from the small crowd gathered in the community center of a former volunteer fire department station.


A sample of Mrs. Lute’s rhetoric, in description of her career as an Army Officer, Political Scientist, security strategist, in her opening remarks at her Congressional confirmation hearing:

“I have experienced the challenges of managing multi-billion dollar budgets, and supporting operations in some of the most austere, remote, and difficult environments in the world. I have spent a great deal of time working in, on, and around international borders, conflicted borders, disputed borders, and borders where a balance has to be struck between maintaining safety and security while permitting and even encouraging legitimate trade and travel…”


Peter Berg, who has sued President Obama continually since the day his inauguration over the issue of whether he is a natural born citizen, makes it short and sweet.

“If he is, then why doesn’t he permit an inspection of his birth record – or whatever it is – at the office wherever it is, in Hawaii?” There is laughter.

“Because he’s not.”

One may get a sampling of their remarks by clicking here: