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Joseph Robert Walker said Saturday’s Sam Houston rally was a hoax
SOMEWHERE IN CYBERSPACE – A sensational rally by armed patriots at the Sam Houston statue in Hermann Park was actually a hoax, according to a key participant.
Joseph Robert Walker said only he and a select few knew that there was no plan of attack by ANTIFA and other groups such as Black Lives Matter to demonstrate their desire that General Houston’s statue be removed from its arc de triomphe pedestal located on a hillock in a roundabout at the corner of S. Main Street where Fannin St. crosses and Montrose Blvd. connects.
Naturally, that is why no members of the opposition to preserving Texas history showed up, Walker said in a video statement distributed on Facebook in which he counters a denunciation of three key members of DontComply.com, an armed resistance movement centered in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. In his video, he mentions a statement made by public relations director Matthew Short. Walker alleges Short’s statment is defamatory because it accuses members of TSM Phoenix, a security agency licensed in Texas to do both patrol work and training that will make trainees competent to defend property and persons in the state under contract.
A man who identified himself alternately as John Beverly and at other times Robert Beverly is a principle officer in the company, according to some sources. Others say he has become disaffected with the organization. A receptionist who answered at the corporate headquarters neither confirmed, nor denied that any such person works at the company.
“I don’t know. We have lots of people working in Texas. If he calls in, I will let him know you called,” she said, then slammed down the phone receiver, amid expletives.
Murdoch Pizgatti of DontComply.com said, “This will affect his license.”
The Texas State Militia in an online comment depicting Beverly said, “As posted here on 9/30/2015 (see below for additional details), Phoenix unit is not a sanctioned unit of the Texas State Militia. Nor is this individual, who claims to be the CO of said unit, a recognized member of TSM. He was stripped of any and all official capacity, or membership, in a unanimous 10-0 vote by the COs of the Texas State Militia, on September 30, 2015. He has since thrown a temper-tantrum and used his resources in an attempt to steal the name and reputation of TSM. The video speaks for itself, regarding his commitment to Texas, Texas‘ history, and political correctness.”
Robert, or John Beverly as depicted in an online video made on Saturday
Rumors that the organization was planning a hoax for Saturday at Hermann Park circulated online for all the days of the previous week.
At one point, Beverly in greeting attendees from the deep south discouraged them from flying Confederate battle flags because of a Rolling Stone article that appeared in July, 2014, concerning a protest of a Bureau of Land Management “land grab” of cattle land peripheral to the Red River near Burke Burnet.
“They just latched on to the Confederate flags and it was all over that,” he said.
Murdoch Pizgatti of DontComply.com recalled, “They gave us six pages of pure hate.”
One may hear the remarks of both antagonists, Walker and Matthew Short, by clicking here:
Matthew Short appeared in a live video from Hollywood, where he reported he is involved in principle photography of an investigative film about the liberty movement.