The Campaign For DA

4.01.2015

I Kept Waiting For The April Fool's Joke Disclosure



I'm not seeing it. As crazy as this sounds, it appears to real. From The Dallas Morning News.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Counseling? They need to hire this guy as their public relations officer/spokesperson!

Anonymous said...

Troop Dogg

Anonymous said...

If I had to guess without reading the article, I would say it has something to do with socializing with known felons. But what if the trooper didn't know who it was???

Good thing a bunch of NFL players didn't walk thru there during that same time. That would have been a bunch of reprimands!

Anonymous said...

Trooper's been fired for allowing this to appear on social media, and for not taking action to stop the advent of social media; i.e. not tackling Al Gore before he invented all of it.

Anonymous said...

Snoopy Dog!

/df Jane McGarry

Anonymous said...

He told me his name was Calvin Broadus. How in the hell was I supposed to know that was Snoop Dogg in the $%&!@# House?????

DF Trooper Billy Spears

Anonymous said...

Barry you know the psychosis that is the DPS well enough to know this is par for the course. I don't have to wonder nor read the article to know it is legit.

Good grief.

They should be given one point for consistancy though.

guinjames said...

Don't take a picture with Bush Jr. he admittedly smoked marajuana and allegedly used cocaine. Even worse he was a cheerleader.

Anonymous said...

Wheels within wheels. This "counseling" was probably to dirty up his DPS file after he filed a complaint on a jerk TABC agent. I mean, if you are a big enough jerk for a fellow member of the badge fraternity to call you out, then the Alcohol agent must have been class A material. But Austin headquarters doesn't like bad press.

DF Col. Wilson Speir

Anonymous said...

Absolutely backlash for filing a complaint about a TABC officer that was never followed up on.

From http://lawflog.com/?m=201504

...the disciplinary counseling appears to be the latest act of retaliation against Billy since he reported misconduct by an officer from another agency last year. According to multiple witnesses, Sgt. Marcus Stokke of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission detained Billy without probable cause while Billy was off duty. It appears that Sgt. Stokke thought Billy disrespected him in public (a charge disputed by Billy and other witnesses), but then “disrespecting the po-po” is not supposed to be a crime in this country.

Billy reported Sgt. Stokke to TABC internal affairs, the Wood County Sheriff’s Office, and the Texas Rangers (a unit within DPS) on the grounds that the sergeant violated Section 39.03 of the Texas Penal Code, which outlaws unlawful arrests or detentions. Instead of investigating Sgt. Stokke, however, DPS opened an administrative investigation of Billy. Meanwhile, Captain Andy Pena of TABC internal affairs (formerly of DPS internal affairs) refused to investigate Sgt. Stokke because, he said, Billy did not sign the complaint form as required by the Government Code.

DF Joseph Wambaugh

Anonymous said...

Wow, with the law vs. blacks in the news it is good to know that Texas has came up with the ideal solution to the problem. Integration does work!

Anonymous said...

NIGGA PLEASE!!

Anonymous said...

Snoop Dog is not a felon. He was aquitted for the murder charge. That was his only felony arrest. He just a pot head.

Anonymous said...

I don't know how to look at this- the DPS is an unconstitutional criminal enterprise but the DPS fag in the picture looks kind of like a retard so I'm torn.

I sort of feel sorry for him and want to give him a juice box or something.