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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Texas District Attorneys Playing With Guns, Cop Selling Guns to Cartel

Another Dumbass DA
McLennan County prosecutor may face discipline after firing gun in DA’s offices

A McLennan County prosecutor who shot out a window in the district attorney’s offices Monday while admiring a colleague’s new gun may face disciplinary action, District Attorney Abel Reyna said.

First Assistant District Attorney Michael Jarrett said he asked fellow prosecutor Landon Ramsay if he could see Ramsay’s new Glock .40-caliber pistol about 2 p.m. Monday.

Jarrett said he asked Ramsay if the gun was loaded and was told it was not. Jarrett pulled back the slide, he said, to double-check if it was loaded and didn’t see a bullet slide into the chamber.

Hey, Jarrett - didn't they teach you in CHL class that guns are not toys and all guns are always loaded?

Not all cop and vets are heroes department

East Texas cop gets 3 years in prison for selling guns and police uniforms to cartel thugs
HOUSTON (AP) — A former East Texas police officer has been sentenced to three years in prison for providing arms to a convicted felon.

Michael Mares, who's now 51, was a police officer in the small East Texas town of Onalaska. That changed when he and 24 others were swept up in a federal indictment of Texas Mexican Mafia prison gang of members and associates.

Ft. Bliss soldier sees wife attacked during video chat Army Times
EL PASO, TEXAS — Authorities say a soldier deployed overseas was chatting by videoconference with his pregnant wife in West Texas when the woman was repeatedly stabbed at her home by a Fort Bliss soldier.

A police affidavit accuses 19-year-old Corey Moss of breaking into the victim’s El Paso home Saturday and waiting for her so he could confront her about a money debt.

Get Fired From Magazine for Fabricating Stories? - No Problem - Go to Law School!
Disgraced ex-journo fights for Calif. law license
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The deceit of disgraced former reporter Stephen Glass in the journalism world was so extraordinary that his tale was turned into a critically acclaimed movie, "Shattered Glass."

Glass made up all or parts of 42 magazine articles published in the New Republic, Rolling Stone and elsewhere in the 1990s when he was in his mid-20s and a rising literary star. He then went to great lengths to cover up his deceit by creating business cards, a fictitious Web site and having his brother pose as a source when editors began scrutinizing his work. Two years after he was drummed out of journalism in 1998, Glass graduated from Georgetown University's law school and then proceeded to pass California's notoriously difficult bar examination in 2007.

Robert Lee Yates, Jr. (born May 27, 1952) is an American serial killer from Spokane, Washington. From 1996 to 1998, Yates is known to have murdered at least 13 women, all of whom were prostitutes working on Spokane's "Skid Row" on E. Sprague Avenue. Yates also confessed to two murders committed in Walla Walla in 1975 and a 1988 murder committed in Skagit County. In 2002, Yates was convicted of killing two women in Pierce County. He currently is on death row at the Washington State Penitentiary.

Yates grew up in Oak Harbor, Washington[1] in a middle-class family that attended a local Seventh-day Adventist church. He graduated from Oak Harbor High School in 1970, and in 1975, he was hired by the Washington State Department of Corrections to work as a prison guard at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla. In October 1977 Yates enlisted in the United States Army, in which he became certified to fly civilian transport airplanes and helicopters. Yates was stationed in various countries outside the continental United States, including Germany and later Somalia and Haiti during the United Nations peacekeeping missions of the 1990s. He earned several military awards and medals during his 18.5 year military career, including three Army Achievement Medals, three Army Commendation Medals, two Armed Forces Expeditionary Medals, and three Meritorious Service Medals.Yates left the Army in April 1996. From Wikipedia

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