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  1. grasshopperglock

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    It's turned into a hell of a discussion over there. With some ~really~ good posts. Thank You for the forum name drop.
     


  2. Shotgun Jeremy

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    There's a LOT of big names who pop in over there. Some via alias's and you have to kinda figure it out on your own or by talking to others, and some just use their regular name (Dan Corbin, for example). One of my favorite things about that forum is how much the City of Killeen hates it and with good reason - they really drag out all the dirt that you won't see in the KDH. All that reporting you're seeing about the city being broke on the KDH??? It was talked about on CTT for a few weeks before KDH picked up on it. During local election times, a lot of the running candidates pop in and have pretty open discussions with anyone who cares to join in. If you're not a member already, I highly recommend you sign up.
     
  3. TheDan

    TheDan DEPLORABLE TGT Supporter

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    This. Don't no-knock warrants need to be submitted by the DA's office and signed off by a judge? Both need to be re-called and fired. Publish the names of the people who authorize these fluster cucks.
     
  4. grasshopperglock

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    Police get a warrant from the Justice of Peace. If one says no. Shop for answers. Explain what and why it's needed. He signs it..lol...before or after the raid. The DA reviews the case brought forth. The JP handles the local stuff.


    * As I understand it...
     
  5. Shotgun Jeremy

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    On the CTT thread, it has been shown that a Killeen judge signed off on the warrant.
     
  6. peeps

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    One has to look at the evidence brought to the judge as well. Was it truthful? Exaggerated? The judge, usually, can only review what's on paper.
     
  7. jrbfishn

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    There is a lot that needs to be looked at from someone outside the influence of Killeen officials. Too many unanswered questions of legality if not outright criminality.

    sent from an idgit coffeeholic
     
  8. TheDan

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    Nice... we need forums like that for other parts of Texas.
     
  9. Mowingmaniac 24/7

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    Why do 'no knocks' continue given their failure rate with the unwarranted deaths of both innocent civilians and cops too?
     
  10. grasshopperglock

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    Case out of Corpus Christi. Not Guilty after shooting three during a no-knock...


    http://thefreethoughtproject.com/no-knock-raid-exonerated-shooting-cops/



    Corpus Christi, TX — Ray Rosas is a free man tonight after a jury of his peers found him not guilty of shooting three Corpus Christi police officers on February 19, 2015. On that day, early in the morning, CCPD executed a no-knock search warrant, forcing entry into the home without first knocking and announcing they were the police.
    A flash bang grenade was fired into Rosas’ bedroom, reportedly stunning the 47-year-old, who then opened fire on the intruders. Three officers were wounded; officers Steven Ruebelmann, Steven Brown, and Andrew Jordan. Police were looking for drugs and Rosas’ nephew, who they suspected to be a dealer. However, the unnamed nephew was not home at the time of the raid.


     


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