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Names of the Texas DPS Cowards That Allowed Children Be Murdered in Uvlade

June 2024 – Texas Department of Public Safety is still refusing to release the names of the Texas dps troopers that stood outside of Robb Elementary school and listened to children screaming for their lives as they were murdered.

I have been provided some of the names and will be receiving more.

Texas DPS Cowards

“Who failed Uvalde? DPS!”

May 2024 – A total of 92 Texas DPS troopers stood outside Robb elementary and listened to children begging for their lives as the Texas Troopers just stood there and did nothing as the children were murdered.

Yet when the public protest at colleges started here in Texas because of the genocide the U.S. government is allowing Israel to do to the Palestinians, well seems Governor Abbott could care less about children being murdered by Israel. So what does Texas Governor Greg Abbott do? He sends in 100 Texas DPS troopers in full riot gear and military fatigues to break up the protest.

When it comes to children the Texas DPS troopers are cowards when it comes to saving children. Put them in riot gear and they are ready to rush in and bust some heads open. Cowards!

“Shit, if only they’d have moved like that when my son was being murdered,” Cross commented on X (formerly Twitter).

“But what do I expect…. One AR-15 keeps 376 coward officers at bay.”


Police Reports and Police Records on the Texas Department of Public Safety

Uvalde police officers ‘exonerated’ for being cowards

March 2024 – UVALDE, Texas – Families of children killed at Robb Elementary School walked out of a Uvalde City Council meeting Thursday as the city unveiled a report that recommended all Uvalde police officers be exonerated of wrongdoing in their response to the shooting.

The independent investigation commissioned by the City of Uvalde left families demanding accountability for officers who waited over an hour to intervene as a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers.

Former Austin Police Department detective Jesse Prado examined the actions of each Uvalde police officer as they responded to the deadliest school shooting in Texas history on May 24, 2022.

The report recommends that each police officer should be “exonerated,” stating in most of their cases: “No evidence of serious acts of misconduct in direct violation of Uvalde Police Department’s policies was found in his behavior in response to the incident. I find that (this officer) acted in good faith.”

The meeting often erupted into frustrated screaming, the crowd chanting “coward” directed toward Prado as he left the room shortly after his remarks. Pressure from the crowd brought him back, in which he spent about an hour listening to families lambast his report.


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Uvalde police officers subpoenaed by Texas grand jury over school shooting response

Law enforcement agents who responded to the 2022 Uvalde school mass shooting have been ordered to appear before a grand jury investigating police response, according to a report.

On 24 May 2022, a gunman walked into the Robb Elementary School, Texas, and killed 21 people, including 19 students and two adults.

Questions were raised on police response as it took 77 minutes to stop the 18-year-old shooter after he first entered the school.

‘Cascading failures’ in police response to Uvalde school shooting, DOJ report finds

It took 600 pages just to say that Texas troopers, Uvalde police and the Uvalde sheriff’s department were COWARDS!

UVALDE, Texas – A 575-page document from the Department of Justice reveals themes related to leadership, as well as a lack of communication, collaboration and cooperation in the days and months following.


Police Reports and Police Records on the Texas Department of Public Safety

Houston undercover police arrested arrested for allegedly assaulting wife

Officer Valeriano Rios III

DEER PARK, Texas — A Houston Police Department officer has been relieved of duty pending an investigation after he was arrested for assault, officials said on Saturday.

According to information from Deer Park police, Rios and his wife got into an argument at about 11:50 p.m. Friday at their home. During the argument, Valeriano allegedly threw a metal cup, hitting her in the leg and prompting her to call police, charging documents read.

Rios was arrested by Deer Park police and booked into the Harris County Jail. He is charged with misdemeanor assault.

On Sunday, records show that Rios posted his $2,500 bond and is not allowed to have contact with his wife.


Police officer gave THC candy to his babysitter

December 2023 — A former Abilene Police Officer is behind bars after pleading guilty to the second-degree felony charge giving tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) to a minor.

Officer Becker gave THC-laced candy to a minor who was babysitting for his youngest child.

Adam Wade Becker was sentenced only to 90 days in jail.

Houston police officer arrested for DWI

December 2023 — Houston Texas — A Houston Police Department sergeant was relieved of duty after being arrested on a DWI charge.

Police added that Tabora was sworn in as an officer in December 2011 and assigned to the Downtown Patrol division.


Matagorda County sheriff’s deputy Steven Riddles Jr. arrested

December 2023 – Deputy Steven Riddles Jr. fired at least one shot into the home, where his wife, two children and another unidentified adult were there.

Deputy Riddles was arrested and charged with felony II aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. His bond was set at $200,000.


Officer threatened to shoot his ex and other kids in the home

December 2023- Orange County Precinct 4 Constable Matt Ortego, who is also a former deputy with the Jasper County Sheriff’s Department.

Ortego’s ex-wife called Vidor Police Dispatch at about 1:05 a.m. on Sunday, November 26th. She said their daughter, who was at the home, called her and was crying, saying Ortego threatened to shoot her and other kids in the home.


Sheriffs’ Association of Texas executive director and Smith County Sheriff Steve Westbrook Is A Thief

December 2023 – Steve Westbrook of Brenham Texas was caught stealing from the Sheriffs’ Association of Texas over the past 5-7 years where he was executive director.


San Jacinto County Greg Capers is reportedly under an FBI investigation

December 2023 – San Jacinto County Sheriff-The FBI is investigating sheriff Greg Capers who faced complaints of corruption from his own deputies for years before drawing broader scrutiny for his agency’s response to a mass shooting, according to a woman “whistleblower” interviewed by federal agents.


What happens to a police officer who goes to prison? Karma!

Police officer Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd was stabbed in prison

November 2023- Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of killing George Floyd, was stabbed 22 times in prison. Official say that Chauvin is in “stable” condition and is expected to survive.

Sad to hear that Derek Chauvin was the target of violence.

Grimes County Texas Sheriff’s deputy taking money from the money card box at a wedding

Grimes County Texas Sheriff deputy taking money at wedding

November 2023 – Plantersville Texas – Texas newlyweds were sharing in the bliss of their honeymoon phase until a family asked what they thought about a card with money placed in a card box. The newlyweds didn’t have the card. It turns out they were missing several, and they were more shocked when they saw video showing a Grimes County Texas Sheriff’s deputy allegedly taking the cards.

Panola Texas Sheriff’s Deputy Torey McLemore arrested

November 2023 – Panola County Texas Sheriff’s Office Deputy Torey Obryan McLemore, 33, was arrested by Texas Ranger Glenn Davenport and charged with Class C theft and abuse of official capacity.

According to court records, the arrest stemmed from an alleged theft of 17 gallons of gasoline from the county’s fuel pump in February. The value of the gasoline was listed at $47.76.

McLemore resigned his position and was terminated from county employment before he was booked into the Panola County Detention Center Monday, Clinton said. According to Panola County Court-At-Law records he was later released on Monday after paying a $400 fine for the Class C theft charge and on a $750 personal recognizance bond for the abuse of official capacity.

Fair Oaks Ranch Texas Police officer of the year was fired for exposing chief’s possible misconduct

November 2023 – Fair Oaks Ranch Texas – A former officer of the year for the Fair Oaks Ranch Police Department said she was fired this month after exposing multiple acts of misconduct by the department’s chief.

Lacey Gonzalez, a six-year veteran of the small department located northwest of San Antonio, was separated from the agency on Oct. 6, months after detailing a myriad of possible rules violations by Chief Tim Moring in a 14-page written complaint.


Floresville Texas police officer sues city, supervisors for retaliation

November 2023 – In the lawsuit, filed on Aug. 11, Perez accuses Silvas of trying to stop him from making a drug-related arrest, using racial slurs at a traffic stop, and bragging about violating an arrestees civil rights.

“That’s not how you should behave as a police officer,” Perez said.

Perez said those complaints made their way to Lt. Billy Herrera and Police Chief Lorenzo Herrera.

Comal County Texas sheriff’s deputies sex on the Job

November 2023 – “Moaning sounds like sexual gratification.” A Comal County Sheriff’s Office sergeant and deputy lost their jobs earlier this year after failing to disclose to their administration that they had been involved in a sexual relationship.

Deputy Pasquale Salas sentenced for child pornography

November 2023 – Matagorda County – Pasquale Salas, a former deputy with the Matagorda County Sheriff’s Office at the time of his crimes, pleaded guilty to the production and possession of child pornography.

Judge ordered Salas to serve 30 years for the production conviction and an additional two years for the possession conviction, 32 years in total.

Liberty police lieutenant sold police information as a side job

November 2023 – Liberty Texas – Liberty police lieutenant Philip Fairchild is accused of using his badge to make thousands of extra dollars over more than two years, according to court documents.

He allegedly used the police department TLOXP database to conduct background investigations for private organizations, according to court documents. “It would go beyond a regular criminal history check, it would be a more extensive criminal history check that would invade people’s privacy.”

He charged $50 per background check, and investigators have documented at least 79 background checks that he completed for pay, but there may be more.

Deputy Robert Joe Stanford faces life sentence for allegations of child sex abuse

November 2023 – Centerville Texas – A former Leon County sheriff’s deputy Robert Joe Stanford is facing the possibility of spending the next 25 years to life in prison if convicted after being accused of sexually assaulting a child multiple times in 2020.

According to the indictment, Stanford allegedly inappropriately touched a child under the age of 14 multiple times between January and June of 2020.


Houston police officer exposes himself to women

November 2023 – Houston Texas – Officer William Logan McCoy would expose himself in hope that women would admire his penis.

Former Floresville Texas police officer sues city, supervisors for retaliation

November 2023 – Floresville Texas – Former officer Christopher Perez’s was a good cop who snitched on bad cops.

“I gave everything for it, and I lost everything in return,” Perez said.


Tiny Texas town with 250 residents and 50 cops fires its entire police department

October 2023 – A very small town in Texas, which had five cops for every resident, has fired its entire police department after a local station reported tickets totaling more than $1 million had been issued by officers.


Conroe police officer arrested for felony theft

October 2023 – Conroe Texas – Officer Raymond McCreary an 18-year veteran officer has been arrested and charged with a Felony 3 Theft by a Public Servant, according to the Conroe Police Department.

On Thursday, CPD said that 42-year-old officer Raymond McCreary was arrested for Felony 3 Theft by a Public Servant.


Houston police officer under investigation amidst ties to auto theft ring

October 2023 – Houston police officer Keith Roy Jr. is off the job and under investigation for allegedly providing information to a car theft ring, according to a search warrant.

According to a search warrant signed Monday, HPD’s Homicide-Special Investigations Unit wants full access to Roy’s phone, including videos, photographs, text messages, call history, GPS data, and any social media posts or messaging contained within. During the course of an auto theft ring investigation, the affidavit says, Roy was implicated.

Two Texas police officers fired over drawing of swastika

October 2023 – Southlake Texas – Two Southlake police officers accused of drawing a swastika while on break from a department meeting have been fired, officials said.


Deputies who reported Texas sheriff to corruption investigators say nothing was done

October 2023 – A Texas sheriff who’s been the subject of years of complaints about dysfunction and corruption was repeatedly reported to state and federal law enforcement by his own deputies — yet an outside investigation never gained momentum.

Two of San Jacinto County Sheriff Greg Capers’ former deputies said they tried to get the Texas Rangers to look into wrongdoing in the sheriff’s office when they worked there, but the state’s elite investigative agency did little to pursue a case. One of them later gave a detailed interview to an officer with the FBI’s regional public corruption taskforce but said it was met with the same result.


Drunk Bee County sheriff’s deputy shoots at car

September 2023 – Mission Texas – A Bee County sheriff’s deputy was arraigned at the Mission Municipal Court on Tuesday after she allegedly fired a gun at a car full of people.

According to Mission Police Chief Cesar Torres, Alvarado was at a McAllen bar with two friends when they got into a disturbance with another group.


Deputy livestreamed traffic stop on TikTok and revealed personal info

September 2023 – Dallas County commissioners unanimously approved a $25,000 settlement to end a lawsuit in which a man accused a sheriff’s deputy of violating his privacy by livestreaming a March 2021 traffic stop.

Earlier this year, Torry Osby, a Tarrant County resident, sued Dallas County and Deputy Francisco Castillo. In the lawsuit, Osby said Castillo livestreamed — without his consent — an encounter on March 2, 2021, when he was pulled over for speeding.


China now has police stations in America

The United States is deeply concerned about the Chinese government setting up unauthorized ‘police stations’ in U.S. cities to possibly pursue influence operations.


Where is Philip Mitchell Brailsford Today?

Family Receives $8 Million After Innocent Dad Executed on Video as He Begged for His Life

Mesa Police Department. Officer Philip Mitchell Brailsford, 28, is now retired from the force with a tax-free pension worth $31,000 a year for life.

Philip Mitchell Brailsford


Dallas cop arrested for shooting at another police officer

A Dallas police officer was arrested on an aggravated assault charge Friday for allegedly shooting at another officer while the pair were off duty.


Harris county Texas deputy terminated as child sexual assault investigation underway

Deputy Paul Fernandez has not been charged but was terminated from his role due to the accusations.


Deputy James Brennand has been released in the shooting of a teen who was in a car eating a hamburger

Deputy Brennand posted $200,000 bond after he was charged with aggravated assault by a public official.


Texas officer fired after shooting teenager eating a Hamburger

San Antonio Texas – Officer James Brennand was fired after shooting Erik Cantu, 17, on Oct. 2 in a fast food restaurant parking lot.

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Uvalde school district suspends entire police force amid fallout from shooting

Oct 07 2022 – Uvalde Texas – Today it was announced the suspension of the entire school district police. Hours later, Uvalde school district Superintendent Hal Harrell announced he would be retiring.

Link to storyLink to more information on Uvalde police

Acting police chief during Uvalde school shooting quits in wake of criticism

Lt. Mariano Pargas, Uvalde’s acting police chief during the Robb Elementary School mass shooting, has resigned from the department effective immediately in the wake of criticism over his actions during the massacre, Mayor Don McLaughlin said.

He had been suspended pending an investigation into his conduct during the response to the shooting on May 24.

Pargas was offered a retirement package last week, however, as a result of the media coverage earlier this week surrounding his actions during the shooting, the city rescinded it and was planning to fire him. He resigned before they could fire him.


Uvalde school hires a coward Texas trooper who was at the school the day of the massacre

Oct 06 2022 – Officer Crimson Elizondo a former Texas state trooper now under investigation for her conduct in responding to the Uvalde school shooting rampage, was among the new officers hired for the Uvalde school district police department. She has since been fired, after when parents found out the school had hired her.

Coward Crimson Elizondo

Coward Texas Trooper Crimson Elizondo was too scared to save children


High-ranking deputy arrested in prostitution sting

Chief Deputy Brian Harris of Texas.


Texas Trooper charged with assaulting a family member

Texas state trooper Salome Salinas charged with assault causing bodily injury to a family member. Salome Salinas was a sergeant before he resigned.


Some U.S. Senators in Washington are trying to get the police to stop spying on Americans

Concerns about police use of the tool known as “Fog Reveal.” Police agencies have been using the platform to search hundreds of billions of records gathered from 250 million mobile devices, and hoover up people’s geolocation data to assemble so-called “patterns of life” of the American people.


First Amendment auditor sentenced to jail for being part of a riot at the U.S. Capital

Sept 29 2022 – First Amendment Auditor, fraud and Traitor Daniel Warmus, was sentenced to 45 days in jail and 2 years probation for rioting the U.S. Capitol.


Police officer is fired for using “unnecessary and/or inappropriate force against a citizen”

Sergeant James Bristo, who’s been with Dallas Police Department for 34 years, is being charged only a misdemeanor for official oppression.


Police officer Thomas Lane sentenced to 3 years in prison for aiding in killing of George Floyd

Sep 21, 2022 – Former Minneapolis Police officer Thomas Lane who held down George Floyd’s legs in May 2020 was sentenced to three years in prison on a state charge of aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in Floyd’s death.


The invasion of privacy just went one step further in the U.S. without anyone noticing

In January 2021, an unclassified memo revealed that the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), a military-intelligence unit of the U.S. government, buys huge amounts of commercially available smartphone data and uses it to spy on Americans and track their movement history. This practice had been going on for over two and a half years prior to the memo’s release, and is now often used by the Department of Homeland Security, the Internal Revenue Service and other agencies.


Unmasking Extremism! The Oath Keepers Data Leak Includes Military, Police Officers and Politicians

There’s approximately 373 identified individuals in the Oath Keepers database who we believe are currently serving in law enforcement agencies across the country. They include police officers, detectives, sergeants, lieutenants, captains, police chiefs and sheriffs.

Texas also had the most people who were either elected officials, law enforcement officers, military members or first responders, the report found. Here’s a few names.

Howe Police Department Chief Carl Hudman; Tom Bean Police Department Chief Timothy Green; Idalou Police Department Chief Eric Williams; Amarillo ISD Police Department Chief Paul Bourquin; Nueces County Sheriff John Chris Hooper; and Clay County Sheriff Jeff Lyde.

Other people in the Oath Keepers’ membership rolls who currently serve as elected officials in Texas include Ellis County Commissioner Paul D. Perry; Galveston County Commissioner Joseph Thomas Giusti; Collin County Constable Joe Wright; and Faulkey Gully Municipal Utility District board member Mark H. Syzman. Syzman is also a retired U.S. Army Military Police Master Sergeant.


Today Was the First Day Back to School in Uvalde Texas

Sep 06, 2022 – The same cowardly police officers that allowed children to be murdered are back on the job today. What their duties will be are not sure at this point, because it sure isn’t protecting children.

Uvalde Police Cowards

Here’s a Link to the names of all the Uvalde police officers, Uvalde sheriff deputies and Texas DPS troopers. By the way there were 91 DPS Troopers at the school shooting, they out numbered the local police 2:1. Texas DPS is still trying to deflect any blame towards themselves. They were just there as observers.

Update: Sep 11, 2022 – Update

Because of cowards with badges, these children didn’t make it to school today.

Children who the police allowed to be murdered

Police Chief in Uvalde fired for botched response to school shooting

Police Chief Pete Arredondo Terminated

Aug 24 2022 – Uvalde school board fires Pete Arredondo for his much-criticised handling of the mass shooting that killed 19 children and two teachers. Uvalde Police Department, Uvalde Sheriff and Texas DPS are still remaining silent.






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