Tactical Intel Is Power



From Occupied Central Texas I told you, you hit it on the head when you made a statement about Jade Helm 15 happening at the same time. I even gave only you the info letting you know that it was a State Department and military operation being carried out, an equal operation with local law enforcement agency assets, and that it was called Operation Twin Peaks.

Your report throughout the case releasing information they thought was hidden and bringing attention 2 facts @ their key moments hit with such precision, we not only shook the foundation of the prosecution, we made their Castle crumble. They no longer presented a case; they kept trying to defend against the post and comments from your Facebook page LOL, and in the end we not only removed a judge, and a prosecutor, but exposed so much corruption within all agencies involved that we forced the Attorney General 2 dump all those files they had kept secret as well.

In that intelligence dump, Conspiracy Theory became Conspiracy Fact. and and Power was returned to the people; the Patriots prevailed when the jury refused to back down and was no longer afraid of the Man! Lol….

But the war is not over and we cannot get complacent in between the battles to come. Attention to detail is something the army instills in you to the Core. From the moment I looked up and saw the news and the reactions and actions of the people and civilianaire law enforcement there that day. my instincts and immediate response was that it was a militarized operation, not local law enforcement.

Throughout the case, even evidence handlers and technicians from multiple agencies were blasted on the stand over basic everyday protocols and laws that govern their handling of evidence and property.

One must ask himself, how is this possible, and Common Sense tells you there is no way in hell a high-profile case this big would ever fuck up the most vital, and at the same time most basic part of every single case that will ever happen, and not be carried out instinctively, just out of pure muscle memory – the experience alone of people who do this job for real everyday.

With that being said, it’s easy 2 see how and why this shit looks like a Soup Sandwich. When you use soldiers pretending to be police officers in order to blend in with the real ones to carry out covert domestic operations against your own citizens by using today’s technology and the always watching eyes of the cameras everywhere around you, you have to stay from beginning to end.

So how do you transition from military operation completion to civilian operation beginning? The answer 4 soldiers is easy; you put your Joes to work doing the regular stuff and let the other unit do their thing basically like an infantry EOD hand off.

If a tree comes in, clears the area, kills all the bad guys, make sure the area is secure and hand off the EOD so they can send in Johnny 5, disarm the bomb, and collect forensic evidence. After one blows up, we provide security in OverWatch and do whatever cool manship we used to do.

And that’s where the problem we see takes place because soldiers are trained 2 employ combat tactics we used on the battlefield when handling any form of prisoner detainment and search and seizure for intelligence purposes and disarmament operations. They are not trained to collect and log evidence for criminal prosecution later. So when you task them to handle prisoners/suspects you have decided 2 arrest for organized crime and murders, why do you start taping areas off and putting out markers and standing around with AR-15’s all over the parking lot?

You end up with your piles of weapons from the civilians you disarmed; you end up with groups of people standing in rows online as they walk forward get a quick pat down for any intelligence papers they may have, or won’t have if the person just told them no they didn’t have anything on them.

Guys were being zip tied in the front of their bodies and piled into buses keeping each specific group of mass murderers together or for safety, transporting 60 extremely dangerous gang members who are there with the intention of doing violence and killing police officers them with one driver, 1 guard, and not a single record or log being created, either written, or recorded by radio.

There is nothing to identify a single person you actually just put in that vehicle for transport to your intelligence gathering location for collection of human intelligence through interrogation. Soldiers aren’t trained to handle detaining civilians 4 the purpose of criminal prosecution, preserving evidence, and following the laws that govern its preservation. Snipers and soldiers who considered themselves finished with their part of the operation became tired of doing nothing and were either hungry, or had to take a shit. Just out of muscle memory from their training exercises, they have been doing in preparation for the operation, they naturally got up from their position and actually walked up to the group and joined the team in order to chill in the back of the MRAP, ya dig?


So mote it be.

  • Legendary Jim

We Do Live In Interesting Times – Yes – No – Possibly

Somewhere in Cyberspace – Search Bing for Operation Twin Peaks you may find some things and videos that make you go hmm…. pay attention to the dates.

From the Centex Operators YouTube Channel:

January 17, 2015


I believe it was in both April and March but the thing that caught my attention about those two videos is not only are they conducting training exercises two consecutive months in a row exactly prior two operation Twin Peaks being executed, but those guys are Fort Hood CID and military/ civilian police officers. Then I notice they name one team The Devil’s Rejects then if you notice the uniforms that the other team happens to be wearing. They are actually employing a sniper team. That would be practicing providing support for Force Protection Personnel/ Assets. The team with the camera on (Devil’s Rejects) mission is 2 maneuver through a battle space full of random vehicles & buildings to use for cover in a relatively limited Lane and capture the gold trophy/ escape alive. The other teams mission is 2 react 2 initial contact and eliminate all enemy targets

March 21, 2015


Amazing. How did you ID the teams as miitary and police?

Working in two-man teams bounding towards the enemy maintaining there Lane to avoid putting themselves in the line of fire are there snier team and support team who will be flanking from the other side allowing them to quickly dominate the battlespace in an L-shaped ambush with sniper support coming straight down the middle as the flanking team moves across. Then provides OverWatch 4 both teams as they move through securing the battlespace and search all pows and kia’s collecting all inteligence & putting all weapons and ammunition into piles for EOD to blow up or tanks to run over. Then the sniper team will exfil for extraction or in a controlled training environment would come out of his hiding spot and do walk over and rejoin his team for the after action review.

March 22, 2015


Do you have personal experience with this drill?

What some might see as just a Aerosoft game happening can very easily be and intelligence leak by some dumbass private that wore his Lil helmet camera he bought at the PX for when he’s on tour he can record himself live walking around the fob in case anything cool happens to the training facility that day so he could make his little fake war hero video and then uploaded it to his YouTube page Etc trying to pull pussy That kind of stuff happens all the time in Iraq even somebody leak sensitive information either on Facebook or over the phone in a message on MySpace even emails excetera and next thing you know something we haven’t done yet or we’re getting ready to carry out is on CNN already all over the news.

Again, how did you ID these people as police and military?

No reply. Interesting.

So mote it be.

  • Legendary Jim

We received the answer to the final question at a later time: 

They identified themselves, Jim. In the one video the cadre makes a statement, but let me make myself clear though on this conversation. I’m not claiming that Airsoft games are actually anything more then an airsoft game, because it may very well be, conducted with military CADRE employees. For all we know, it could be a complete, absolute fluke that these things were being done the last 2 months preceding May 17th – and even have that name. Let’s not let that distract from the point I was making, whether or not those videos have any relevance to the incident speculation. – Arch Angel 


To Prevent A Crisis Of The Rule Of Law In Waco, Texas

I have decided to dismiss the Chavez/Reyna court of inquiry. My decision rests on two separate and independent bases. First, I conclude that the evidence of perjury is insufficient and does not justify continuing the court of inquiry. Second, I continue to have serious prudential concerns about procedure, as was suggested in my earlier emails and in our discussions on Tuesday.” – State District Judge David Peeples – https://www.dropbox.com/s/f7ubvvnji1joaxu/ClendCourt%20of%20Inquiry%20Aff%20.pdf?dl=0

Truly speaking, there is mounting evidence of a constitutional crisis at McLennan County, Texas, regarding the prosecution of a large group of persons in a manner contrary to the provisions of the Texas Constitutions of 1836 and 1876.

Their alleged offense occurred on or about May 17, 2015, and as of year end 2017, only one of more than 150 persons has seen his day in court for the trial by jury. All are demanding strict proof before a jury; none have considered any proffer of plea bargain.

These matters require much more study and reflection now that the Petition for a Court Of Inquiry has failed its court test without having been placed on the docket.

Very well, then, we know that Chapter 20 and Chapter 21 of Title 1of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure contain the statutory authority for the duties and powers of the grand jury, indictment, and information, and that Chapter 19 promulgates its organization.

Of what would an affidavit of probable cause consist when addressed to a District Judge requesting the organization and empanelment of a grand jury to investigate an ongoing criminal enterprise practicing law in the name of The People of the State Of Texas in its four corners, of name and venue, date on or about, allegations of probable cause and elements of the crime, including a table of authorities, schedule of exhibits, and attachments of sworn statements?

These legal documents are only a few among many that bear strict proof; one may find herein the elements of felony violations by those constitutionally charged to practice law in your name: (click on the text to read them)









I put it to you, People of the State of Texas.

– Legendary Jim, patria o muerto



Johnson vows to weed out loser cases, prosecute the assaultive

Waco – Which lever do you pull, which button to push when it comes to ridding a jurisdiction of a DA bent on criminally negligent practice?

Barry Johnson, a hometown barrister Texas “Monthly” labeled one of the state’s “super lawyers,” says he’s willing to answer the question, but it will take time, thought, intensive study.

After all, the situation is very rare.

But he’s got news for the motorcycle enthusiasts targeted by the Twin Peaks prosecutors and their boss, elected DA Abel Reyna.

“If elected, job one will be to assemble a staff of experts on probable cause, indictments, discovery – every aspect of criminal litigation. We will work to evaluate every single charge.

“The goal will be to eliminate the cases with no valid basis in fact.”

The way he says it, it makes one believe he means it.

He points to the 100 civil rights cases filed in Austin’s U.S. District Courts, the pending 154 criminal cases awaiting trial by jury, the face that the taxpayers ultimately will be left holding the bag to indemnify Abel Reyna, a man he says “made a horrible mistake” when he became a witness in each and every one of the indictments.

“That nullifies his ability to serve as prosecutor.”

It was Reyna’s decision to stop the police investigation and have a detective with no personal knowledge of the 177 “fill-in-the-blank” affidavits that do not cover the essential elements of a charge.

He recites the well-known “four corners” of the instrument prepared for a Magistrate’s signature in any criminal proceeding. 1) Venue and date, on or about; 2) name of the accused; 3) probable cause; 4) elements of the offense.

The affidavits presented to the Grand Jurors who indicted Twin Peaks defendants lack the elements of probable cause and the elements of the offense.

That is something that can be straightened out.

“Reyna has too much of a vested interest,” he declared.

Furthermore, a Court Of Inquiry scheduled for a future date to determine if Manuel Chavez engaged in perjury when he signed the affidavits and if Abel Reyna committed aggravated perjury “is probably the best way” to handle it.  When Reyna lied on the witness stand about the admonishment he claimed he gave Chavez to familiarize himself thoroughly with all the elements of the alleged offenses he committed a felony crime; Chavez committed a misdemeanor when he signed an oath stating he has personal knowledge of the offenses, something he later recanted.

When recalled to the witness stand, Chavez later denied any such conversation took place.

For starters, that’s his best thinking on how the mechanisms of the law will work to remove Reyna from the legal scene as anything other than a defendant.

In mentioning it, he praised Dallas lawyer F. Clinton Broden, who has successfully petitioned a Dallas District Judge for the inquiry on behalf of his client.

As to describing other means, he has to work on it.

“But there is one way the voters can act and get Reyna out of there,” he said. “Vote him out.”

We look forward to his video statement explaining the various legal procedures available. That one will take time.

We have plenty of that.

So mote it be.

  • The Legendary




Waco Matron’s Deal For 6 Month Jail Term – 3 DWI’s

Sherre Johnston (r) on a happier day in the Cayman Islands

Waco – County Court-At-Law Judge Vikram Deivanayagam waited a solid hour before he called the case against the fashionable matron charged with three DWI’s.

Sherre Johnston is charged in District Court with a felony burglary of a building at the home place of Sheriff Parnell McNamara; a number of other charges are pending in Williamson County, including possession of a controlled substance, unlawfully carrying a firearm, and more drunk driving charges.

She is the wife of the former Waco Fire Department Chief Jon Johnston, who now commands a station as an Assistant Fire Chief.

Former private investigator Truman Simon, once her supervisor at the Vic Feazell law firm, escorted her to court, and Mrs. Johnston signed documents for the probation clerk prior to her pre-trial hearing, as directed by her attorney, Ray Black.

The judge agreed to discuss the plea bargain arranged with prosecutors before taking up punishment at a later date.

He asked if she knows her license will be affected by the simultaneous guilty pleas to three counts of the same offense, and that to operate her vehicle, she will likely be required to have a breath-lock installed.

Then came the $64 question. Is the proffer of 180 days in jail on each of the counts to be served concurrently correct – and acceptable to her?

She said yes.

The judge accepted her pleas of guilt and set a hearing to take up punishment on January 4.


A small, die-hard gallery lingered to the end, waiting to learn what the pre-trial hearing would yield.

Private Investigator Kevin Fisk looked on with interest. He is a former arson investigator whose resignation was forced by Police and Fire Department officials after he prepared a case he sought in which he sought review in the Internal Affairs Department.

Jeff Thompson said, “I’ve got a file 2 inches thick with what she did to my Family and I.” He, too, made a point of waiting out the plea bargaining session.

Bernie Feazell, who writes a blog about the Lake Waco Triple Murders and other affairs under the pseudonym Harry Storm, said she is preparing to protest the acceptance of the pleas to misdemeanor offenses as a member of MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving.)

“I asked one of the prosecutors, ‘What is wrong with you people? What is wrong with (District Attorney) Abel Reyna,'” she said in a post-hearing interview.  “‘You know three of those charges is a felony.”

“She (the prosecutor) told me there are mitigating circumstances,” said Ms. Feazell.

She is the ex-wife of Vic Feazell, former DA of McLennan County.



Waco – Deputies arrested a couple accused of engaging in organized criminal activity and human trafficking in a Department of Homeland Security sting operation at a Castle Heights professional building that has for decades been used for court-ordered behavior modification programs.

A veteran deputy of the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office faced arrest among 150 men charged with b-grade misdemeanor prostitution charges. Steven Johnson, a distant cousin of Sheriff Parnell McNamara resigned following his arrest. He has lately been working a security detail at the Courthouse. Texas Commission on Law Enforcement records show he resigned from his position as a Deputy.

The building, which belongs to Texas Star Properties located at 2509 and 2505 Washington Ave., has served as a group therapy and counseling center for the Freeman Center and another addiction care provider.

Treatment for addiction to alcohol, illicit drugs, sex practices such as engaging in prostitution, wife beating, theft by worthless check and credit card abuse have long been treated on the premises.

Det. Joseph Scaramucci, who in his court papers now identifies himself as a Human Trafficking Task Force member seconded to the DHS, said in his affidavit of probable cause that three women brought from China to serve under the supervision of Chun Yang Zhang, 47, who gave an Austin address and an address on 5101 Hawthorne.

Scaramucci gained the seconding and new designation when Sheriff Parnell McNamara accepted a federal grant for a detective’s salary, expenses and training, it was learned from seasoned lawmen.

When he first visited the parlor, he received a massage and at its conclusion, the woman signaled by gesture that she would masturbate him to a “happy ending” for an additional fee. He declined.

In two separate search warrants, one for the Washington Ave. address, and another for 2625 W. Waco Dr., Detective Scaramucci and his squad uncovered six caches of U.S. currency in the cribs which they did not inventory or count. Veteran lawmen said that is a very irregular practice. Confiscated cash is often noted by serial number, the bills photocopied. In the case of asset forfeiture, the money must be put in a bank account. No such notation appears in the paperwork furnished by the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office.

Men who visited the brothels were identified by their pictures snapped by clocks in the establishments, which captured the couple who operated the establishments in the act of setting up and adjusting the surveillance cameras.

The women, who were turned over to a social work service for supervision, were paid 20 percent of their earnings after a fee of $300 per month had been collected for their room and on-site board at the brothel.

According to Scaramucci’s affidavit, the human trafficking victims are usually unaware of what their exact duties will be until they have arrived at the place where they will be employed to perform acts of prostitution.

The property company, Lone Star Properties, is represented by a man named Mohammed Jamil Esmaiel, according to utility records, according to court papers.

The full array of warrants, booking information, and probable cause affidavits may be read by clicking here:




Deputy Stephen Johnson, snapped in a happy mood

One may view Deputy Johnson’s TCOLE Record here:



‘Ridiculous’ Letter From DA To Parole Board For Dope Dealer’s Pardon

Ft. Worth – An attorney for a Twin Peaks defendant released a letter written by McLennan County Criminal District Attorney to the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles requesting the full pardon of a convicted drug dealer.

DA, Abel Reyna, called the letter “ridiculous” when confronted with reports of the letter reported by Greg Davis, a former Chief Prosecutor in the office of the District Attorney, to the FBI in a federal investigation.

Brian Bouffard, who is representing Jorge Salinas in an indictment recommended by Reyna in the Twin Peaks cases, released this material today.

On November 9, 2017, Abel Reyna’s former First Assistant Criminal District Attorney, Greg Davis, swore under oath, under penalty of perjury, the following: (click on text to view)

“In addition to having cases dismissed for political and/or personal reasons, I also know that Reyna wrote at least one letter requesting a full pardon for a campaign supporter’s relative.  For example, even though the DA’s office had a policy of opposing early parole for offenders, Reyna wrote a letter in December 2013 requesting a full pardon for Sammy Citrano’s nephew, Kevin Chirafis, who had been convicted of the felony offense of Manufacture and Delivery of a Controlled Substance in Brazos County.”

Greg Davis, it should be recalled, has been described by Mr. Reyna as a “disgruntled former employee” and Mr. Reyna has stated in the press that the information provided by Mr. Davis is “ridiculous” and “untruthful.”  It appears that Mr. Reyna is denying writing any such letter.  Mr. Davis said he did write it.  Someone is indeed lying.  Who could it be?       

Yesterday, through a request under the Texas Public Information Act, my office obtained a copy of this letter from Mr. Reyna to the Board of Pardons and Paroles, described by Mr. Davis.  Though the letter states that it was “not printed at taxpayer expense,” it was written on the official letterhead of the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office.  In the letter, Abel Reyna admits to regularly socializing and becoming “good friends” with a convicted drug dealer, and supports Mr. Chirafis’s request for a full pardon from the governor. 

Mr. Chirafis can be seen in the attached picture at a Reyna fundraiser wearing a Reyna campaign t-shirt.  His uncle, Sammy Citrano, has donated over $5,000 to Reyna’s campaigns over the years, including $1,200 in the months prior to Mr. Reyna writing the letter. 

Since he hasn’t yet sworn an oath to tell the truth and is therefore shielded from accountability for perjury, Mr. Reyna continues to disparage those who stood up – and stand up today – against his corruption and political opportunism, continues to deny abusing his office and the citizens of McLennan County for his own ambition in Texas politics, and continues to deny all personal wrongdoing.  This is all “untruthful” and “ridiculous,” he says.  But to borrow his own language from his letter in support of a pardon for a campaign supporter’s felony drug dealing conviction, “actions speak louder than words.”

Brian Bouffard, attorney for Jorge Salinas

So mote it be.

  • The Legendary

Cop Pins Tale On Reyna

‘The ironic thing is Mr. Reyna has put citizens in prison for a whole lot less.’ – Attorney’s press release regarding statement by detective


Waco – Retired Waco Police Detective Sherry Kingrey gave a sworn statement today that alleges elected District Attorney Abel Reyna accepted “under the table” contributions from the organizers of a gambling ring.

She turned the information over to FBI Task Force Agent Fred Rhea, who directed her to FBI Special Agent Dan Brust.

In the statement she alleged that in return for the contributions, “Reyna would make proecutorial decisions based upon political opportunism and would arrange to have a particular special prosecutor appointed in order to have cases dismissed for supporters.”

Detective Kingrey further stated that during the time she spent at the Waco Civic Center helping log evidence following the Twin Peaks arrests of 177 defendants for engaging in organized criminal activity on May 17, 2015, “At no time did I see Manuel Chavez” enter a room where Reyna, Michael Jarrett and Mark Parker worked to craft an affidavit of probable cause identical in each case.

Reyna has testified under oath that he urged Chavez to make sure he could assure himself that each allegation in the probable cause affidavit is true to his knowledge.

On further examination, Chavez when re-called to the witness stand in the August 8, 2016 hearing said he did not see Reyna at any time on that date.

In her statement, Ms. Kingrey included an e-mail she received from the FBI agent detailing how she, Fred Rhea, Arson Investigator Kevin Fisk, and other should file their findings for inclusion in the file on the ongoing federal corruption investigation he is conducting. 

Detective Kingrey’s statement, which was released by attorneys representing Twin Peaks defendants Billy Jason McRee and Jorge Salinas, may be read by clicking here:


AG: ‘DA Reyna Delusional’

Waco – An audio recording attached to a motion to discover the extent of evidence withheld in a Twin Peaks case makes it clear that the Attorney General’s liaison to the McLennan DA’s Office thinks the state’s case is seriously skewed.

According to the motion by Burton George Bergman, Assistant Attorney General Christopher Lindsey told defense counsel Casie Gotro:

The McLennan County District Attorney’s Office is engaging in “double dealing” and “hiding things” in relation to the Twin Peaks’ discovery.

•The McLennan County District Attorney’s Office “are not assuming their responsibilities” in relation to the Twin Peaks’ discovery.

•When all of the facts come to light “Abel is going to start pointing his finger at Michael.” (Jarrett)

•The Twin Peaks’ cases will “crater.”

•A Texas Ranger thought that certain information was discoverable to the Twin Peaks’ defendants and “got into a little bit of an argument” with McL ennan District Attorney Abelino Reyna over Reyna’s claim that it was not discoverable. 

Lindsey commented that the argument between Reyna and the Ranger showed how “delusional Reyna really is”

•He (Lindsey) told the Ranger that he needed “to stop talking to Abel” and he needed “to stop talking to Jarrett” because”they are not on our side.

•He (Lindsey), referring to the McLennan County District Attorney, asks the rhetorical question, “you can’t trust your local prosecutor?” He then answers himself, “not in this case. Not even a little bit.”

•Reyna told them to “hang onto evidence” that a Texas Ranger fully believed was covered by a judge’s Twin Peaks’ discovery order.

In the motion, Dallas attorney F. Clinton Broden writes “the Attorney General’s Office clearly appears to believe that the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office is “not assuming their responsibilities” as to discovery of evidence and “hiding things.” The DA’s office cannot be trusted.

In a classic example of understatement, the motion goes on to say, “Keep in mind that these are not allegations by the defense. These are allegations by the attorney representing the Texas Atorney Genral’s Office. As noted above, it is difficult for Mr. Bergman to know what he does not have.”

In a footnote, the motion notes, “It is unknown whether Lindsey has fulfilled his ethical obligation by reporting his observations of Reyna’s actions to the State Bar of Texas…”

Failure to do so would “itself be an ethical violation,” according to the footnote.

Reyna – Direct Cocaine Evidence Against The DA

Brittany Scaramucci and Guy Cox faced off over her disqualification in a DWI case against a couple who worked at Baylor in sensitive positions

Waco – A special prosecutor assigned to handle two sensitive DWI cases in which authorities accused a man and wife who worked in key positions at Baylor University gave an affidavit alleging a client personally delivered cocaine to elected District Attorney Abel Reyna.

In 2014, according to Brittany Scaramucci, an attorney for Jennifer and Louis Jarvis told her “if I ever wanted a good relationship with Reyna’s office for my future clients, I would not prosecute the Jarvises.”

When she learned that the FBI was in the middle of an investigation of the Reyna administration, she supplied information from the court record concerning the Jarvis cases.

Her client Brandon Gatlin requested an interview with the FBI Special Agent handling the matter, and they met at the Assistant U.S. Attorney’s Office for the occasion, which Agent Dan Brust recorded, she said.

In the interview, Gatlin said “he personally delivered cocaine for Reyna’s use.”

Allegations of DWI cases buried for political reasons surfaced in fall of 2014 when the Jarvis’ attorney Guy Cox conducted a 4-hour disqualification hearing to remove Ms. Scaramucci from the case as special prosecutor. His bid was unsuccessful when retired County Court at Law Judge Mike Gassaway ruled against the writ.

Ms. Scaramucci also turned over information in which she has personal knowledge that “a particular special prosecutor has been appointed solely for the purpose of facilitiating politically based dismissals on behalf of Reyna.”

The affidavit is dated November 27, 2017.