Reyna Is Blameless

April 12, 2016

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Reyna Is Blameless

McLennan County District Attorney Abelino Reyna finally responded to a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by Waco defendant Matt Clendennen yesterday.

The suit was filed on November 17, 2015 and is one of nine similar suits filed that day or the next by defendants charged with “Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity with the Intent to Commit or Conspire to Commit Murder, Capital Murder, or Aggravated Assault” in the aftermath of what Clendennen is calling the “Twin Peaks Incident” and Reyna is calling “The Battle at Twin Peaks.”

The plaintiffs are represented by Dallas attorney Don Tittle or Dallas attorney Clint Broden. Clendennen has hired Broden. The suits charge that Waco Police Chief Brent Stroman, Detective Manuel Chavez, defendants yet to be named and Reyna conspired together to unlawfully arrest the plaintiffs after the Twin Peaks Ambush. And Reyna, Stroman, Chavez and various actors in  the United States Department of Justice clearly did that. In order to save or promote careers or to avoid personal embarrassment all of the above conspired together to subvert and mock the fundamental laws of the United States of America. The question is, really, so what?

The Long Stall

British Prime Minister William Gladstone, paraphrasing William Penn, famously argued that “justice delayed is justice denied,” and the events in Waco prove that. There has been no justice in Waco. Only injustice. The egg has been broken. It cannot be put back together again. The principal tools of the Waco tyrants have been delay, denial and counterattack. And because the people of the United States are easily bored and easily led astray by what now passes for journalism they do not give a damn about Waco. Waco might as well be Mars.

An eccentric and egotistical federal judge in Austin named Sam Sparks gave Reyna 147 days to file his reply to the lawsuit. In the meantime, Reyna and the other defendants have formally requested that the case be further delayed indefinitely and moved from Austin to Waco while the charges hover the heads of the defendants like a rusty ax. Yesterday Reyna advised Sparks that if the case is not moved to the scene of the crime and postponed indefinitely it should be dismissed entirely because, if one reads his motion to dismiss correctly, Reyna won an election and he is just stupid, not malicious. And even if he did act “maliciously” Reyna argues, citing a 1976 Supreme Court case called Imbler v. Pachtman, he enjoys absolute immunity from civil liability for actions that violate a defendant’s constitutional rights.

Our Holy Prosecutors

Imbler has been reaffirmed many times. It is, as former prosecutor and Pace Law School professor Ben Gershman has argued, a decision that “appears in retrospect to have been a gratuitous experiment in judicial administration, that not only failed to protect the judicial process but skewed the balance of power in the criminal justice system more heavily toward prosecutors. Moreover, by removing a deterrent to abuse of power by prosecutors, Imbler encouraged dishonest prosecutors to hit below the belt and discouraged honest prosecutors from doing the right thing.”

Reyna is represented in this civil suit by a couple of hired guns named Thomas P. Brandt and Stephen D. Henninger. Brandt bears a shocking resemblance to the cartoon character Alfred E. Neuman and he is most famous in Texas for milking a case over candy canes for eleven years. His face, his manner and his resume make Brandt the perfect lawyer to represent the Tyrant of Waco.

Working against Reyna, his esteemed pettifogger aside, is what might strike a few people as the self evident importance of this case. What, after all, are courts of law supposed to be? An end to justice, as children and even household pets understand justice, or a racket for politicians?

Imbler v. Brady

Waco goes on and on. NPR did a fatuous piece about the Twin Peaks Ambush just the other day. The Atlantic published a few words on the matter just this morning. So far Reyna has prevailed by doubling down; piling one execrable injustice on top of another. The stakes in this case are very high. Reyna wins more than the Golden State Warriors. And this is starting to look like something that might, maybe end up in the United States Supreme Court in another couple of years because the motion Reyna filed yesterday represents a fundamental conflict in American law.

Imbler, which gives petty, local politicians the right to be tyrants stands in contrast to another Supreme Court decision titled Brady v. Maryland. In Brady, the Supremes ruled that withholding exculpatory evidence violates the due process clause. The problem with Brady, is that prosecutors can simply reply “so what.”

The issue has been around for awhile. Fifteen years ago, when she was still on the national board of the American Civil Liberties Union, Wendy Kaminer called the sort of privilege Reyna is now claiming an “abdication of authority by courts that were designed to defend due process and protect individuals against government excesses.”

Somewhere, sometime in the legal process of the various Waco cases –  there are now about 200 civil and criminal cases associated with the Twin Peaks Ambush – some panel of judges will have to decide if it is more important to defend tyrants like Reyna or the Constitution.

The law is an ass. Motions like the one Reyna filed yesterday prove that. Waco burned the Constitution of the United States and for the immediate future there seems to be no possible judicial punishment for that crime. The law says prosecutors don’t have to obey the law. Most citizens don’t seem to know that or care. Maybe soon they will.


37 Responses to “Reyna Is Blameless”

  1. Sieg Says:

    Tom, it took a poem to wake you up? Unless things have radically changed in the last few years, you can get more prison-time in Germany for “holocaust denial” than you can for First-Degree Murder. There is no “free speech” in Germany, nor in most of Europe. So-called “hate-speech”, which so far, is still legal here, is criminalized in most of, at least, Western Europe. So far, the States has no law on the books about “inciting ethic division”, or any such thing. Close, but not quite.

    P.C. is merely a symptom, a minor derivative of the privileged elite, the Mandarins. You don’t have far to look, it originated in your part of the world, so…

    As far as agreeing with me or not, I’d have to say that no foreigner, unless they have lived here for a year or two, is qualified in any way to opine on American politics, or on American culture. No slam, just my thoughts. When Bush II was running, I was told, very seriously, by a group of German professionals, that the American president was the “president for the world”, and so the sentiments of, for instance, the Western Euros should play into who was elected. They actually believed this. Amazing.


  2. Sandmann Says:

    Thanks for this post. Reality is never just black and white.

    I can totally understand you but for some very personal reasons I cannot agree with you.

    I’d never have thought that here in Germany, the good intentions behind p.c. could be perverted/misused in a way that it has been done in the US. But recent developments here have proven that p.c. is merely a mask for the ugly face of total control.

    Here’s a link to the incident I am referring to:

    And this is the official response of our head of state:

    If that’s what p.c. has transformed into then F**K it!

    Regards to the deserving,

  3. Sieg Says:

    Gandalf, for years I tried to believe that change was possible without violence, but I can’t believe it anymore.

    Yes, innocents die in revolutions, and it’s not pretty.

    I had the (mis)fortune of seeing that up close and personal in South America some decades back, and having a large family, including six kids, I’d hate to see it happening here.

    Unfortunately, as long as there is beer on the store-shelves and the tv is working, the great masses of the amerikan sheeple will delude themseves into believing those nice FedCoats in the MRAP in the driveway are just there to help.

    The time may not be here today, or tomorrow, but it is certainly drawing nigh.

    If this once-great Nation is to avoid becoming just another plantation in the global-service-economy, and a true gulag, then every day spent denying the emergency that exists is another day closer to being known simply as “zek”.

    FTF / FTP

  4. Parsifal Says:

    ^^ To much “Hippie, talk.” ^^

  5. Gandalf Says:

    I’m not down with the “Revolution”….Yet. Too many innocent people (women and Children) die. It is not worth it….Yet. The Waco bikers (and bikers in General) must agree with me because they didn’t burn down the Waco CVS. They have my utmost respect for waiting for the Courts. It’s easy to say, “Revolution” but looking further into it I can see every Prison in the US opening its doors… Every Black (kill the White Devil type) radical killing white women and Children… Every KKK type killing black women and Children… Kinda like the movie “The Purge” only not for just 1 night. The only good news for 1%er Club Members is that they would be very strong because of their brotherhood and fearless attitude. But Hey, So would the crips and bloods, Mex Mafia, Italian Mafia and ALL the so called “gangs.” Texas would look like Syria today and me and mine trying to get into Mexico…. Thanks to Mr. Trump I’d have a wall to climb. LOL I DO understand and agree with you but I have either more Hope or a different vision of Revolution… I’m with John Lennon on this one.
    “You say you want a revolution
    Well, you know
    We all want to change the world
    You tell me that it’s evolution
    Well, you know
    We all want to change the world
    But when you talk about destruction
    Don’t you know that you can count me out
    Don’t you know it’s gonna be all right
    All right, all right

    You say you got a real solution
    Well, you know
    We’d all love to see the plan
    You ask me for a contribution
    Well, you know
    We’re doing what we can
    But when you want money
    For people with minds that hate
    All I can tell is brother you have to wait
    Don’t you know it’s gonna be all right…….. RESPECTS
    Another Prison Quote. “Don’t take my kindness as a Weakness.” If revolution ever broke out like a Prison Riot I know exactly How to act. ANYONE get’s in my way of escape gets smoked. Then I’d eat my bologna sandwich and sleep like a baby. ;) Bikers are treated bad but as a whole they are much stronger than the people shitting on them. They fight the good fight… Have casualties…and keep on keeping on.

  6. Sieg Says:

    Gandalf, I believe you missed my point. The SCOTUS is nothing but a rubber stamp for whatever the Oligarchs decree.

    Consider this. Since 1898, there have been 56 Justices of the Supreme Court. Of those, 28 were Republicrats, 28 were Demicans.

    There has been a rating system in use since roughly 1937 to rate the Justices on the basis of public perception of their positions, and on their actual decisions. This rating runs from the most conservative, 0, the most liberal, 100. It is made up of scores on rulings in the fields of Civil Rights, Criminal Procedure, Economic Cases, Federal Tax, Federalism, First Amendment, and Union-related cases.

    Since this rating system has been in place, the average rating for Demican justices is 68, and the average rating for Republicrat justices is 38. The average for the Demicans is heavily weighted against them, as there have been 23 Demican justices since the turn of the century, as opposed to 14 Repubilcrat justices. The actual scores consistently show Demicans being far more liberal in the fields listed above.

    What does it all mean?

    Well…not a whole lot. IF their masters tell them to vote a certain way, they will. As to who will be the fairest, or the most lenient, or whatever, in deciding a criminal case, their average score pretty much evens out, but you can bet that their vote was based on whatever political considerations their Master was facing at the time. Case in point would be the Beige House pushing Sotomayor down everyone’s throat, and suddenly, we have “sentencing reform”. You don’t seriously think ol’ Barry gives a shit about how many GD and BPSR are sitting in the Fed doing basketball scores for holding a gram of rock, do you? Political expediency, period.

    No, there is no future in arguing who is best, or in continuing to attack each other for choosing the other side of the coin.

    The Only Solution Is Another Revolution.

    FTF / FTP

  7. Gandalf Says:

    Waco Twin Peaks has put the light on civil forfeiture, bail and arrest as a form of punishment. I don’t expect Texas Courts to anything about it but I DO expect the D’s SCOTUS Justices to do it. If that happens things will change quickly after the Waco cases get there. FOR EVERYONE. ;) Reyna put ALL THESE things on the table. It will be His actions that will be the end LE’s Gravy Train and BS. At least slow it down and/or back it up some.

  8. Gandalf Says:

    Yes… Both sides are wacked. I guess I just HOPE things get better for everyone. Bikers, Blacks, Mexicans, Poor… I see SCOTUS as the slow way but headed in the right direction because of the D’s appointments. I do not see the R’s caring. See Texas. Had Waco been in a D State I’m thinking the Gov and Attorney General might have stepped in… I could be wrong. I respect you all. I don’t ask anyone to “earn” my respect… I give it freely. A person can only “earn” my dis-respect. BTW I have been yapping at the ACLU over Waco for months… Where the Fuck are they on Waco? How much more obvious can it be. Nothing for them…Nothing. They seem too busy supporting the BLM people…. It’s a damn Shame too.

  9. Drifter Says:

    @Gandalf; I understand your point, and there can definitely be an argument constructed for their different priorities, at times one appears to be for the public, then the other one does.

    I know we can both research and and back up certain points, but both parties have sat on their hands 1000’s of times while unarmed people get capped for not showing their hands, cops pulling people out of their houses that refuse an illegal search then killing them, and they are almost all called justified.

    I think we both know this list goes on and on. I feel there are definitely people in office that care, I have always been a bit naive, lol, but it seems these few mavericks are in lockstep with their colleagues.

    This is where the current gestapo withdrew the “equitable sharing” aspect of seizure forfeiture.

    This is where the current gestapo renewed the “equitable sharing” program;

    “When Attorney General Loretta Lynch decided late last year that the Justice Department would end the federal civil asset forfeiture program, criminal justice reform advocates proclaimed it a “significant deal.”

    But late last month, less than four months later, the Obama administration reversed itself and reinstated the Asset Forfeiture Fund’s Orwellian “equitable sharing” program.

    That’s a shame, particularly when the only supporters of the policy are the law enforcement agencies that directly benefit from it. Indeed, the federal program’s combined annual revenue has grown more than 1,000 percent in the last 15 years, filling the coffers of federal, state and local police departments.””

    I found this paragraph from wiki very revealing and the way I have viewed the hypocrisy. The second to last sentence is a key one, and just look at what the dems just did in re-establishing the “equitable sharing” as part of the program;

    “The politics of civil forfeiture were somewhat unusual. The more problematic federal forfeiture laws were introduced and pushed through by Republicans in the 1980s, with support from Democrats; but efforts to reform forfeiture laws have also come from the right,[11] as libertarians in Congress have focused on the basic idea as offensive to property rights.[11] In many areas civil forfeiture adversely affects persons from minorities and low-income communities, in which the typical seizure is less than $500, and Democrats have also been critical of civil forfeiture programs.[11] The ACLU has also been a long time opponent.[11]”

    So critical they just renewed something they repealed at the end of 2015. Pigs got their ear and probably ripped it up a little?

    just my 1.6 cents worth………….

    Gandalf, no disrespect attended just my view, and I am fairly certain we agree on the bottom line, state is out of control?

    Deepest Respects…………

  10. Parsifal Says:


  11. Gandalf Says:

    @ Seig Being an “Old Con” myself I remember that saying, “the whole world is a prison yard, some of us are prisoners, some of us are guards…and who knows which is which.” But I’m not going for ” the only difference there is, is that the Demicans will openly bow to the Mandarins and Oligarchs,” I personally know a few guys with 35+ years in for being lookouts (accessories) for a felony gone bad at the age of 15,16… They never really hurt anyone. Sure they did wrong and needed to serve time but to lock them away for Life? The SCOTUS ruled that Juveniles who were sentenced to Life without the possibility of Parole was Cruel and inhuman punishment…and it is. But EVERY Republican Justice voted to let these guys rot in jail. Scalia himself was the worst of the bunch. Clinton and Obama’s Justices voted to give these guys a chance. The Justices who the D’s appoint will help the innocent bikers in Waco. The Justices the R’s appoint will ALWAYS support LE. ALWAYS. Able Reyna is so bold because Texas is an R State and getting to the D’s Justices will take forever. The R’s are to blame in Texas for Reyna’s arrogance. The Governor, The Attorney General… NOTHING! The BLM people and Rev Al hate white people and are more Racists than Trumpers ever could be. Waco is proof of that. They ain’t helping…In fact they called the Innocent bikers “Thugs” just to hit back for white people calling them thugs all these years. MBrown and TMartin WERE Thugs and got what they asked for but there are other LE on Black killings/arrests that were uncalled for. Like the 12yo in the Cleveland playground… Pure Murder on Film. No Cop ever indicted. This LE shit been going on for years… Everywhere. In Waco they are testing it out on White People and will be an Epic Fail. Had Texas been a D State the Governor would have already stepped in. Reyna and The Feds Knew this. Respects to you and Rebel.

  12. Kurt Barlow Says:

    Time and time again Abel proves himself to be a less than a man punk ass coward. Now trapped by his own lack of integrity he has nowhere to turn. People in the know will turn their backs on him and distance themselves. Abel will find his dirty reputation will precede him wherever he goes.

    “in the end all we have is our integrity”

  13. chromedome Says:

    that radiointerview seeed like a parody of a club interview i would expect the same thing at an iron order party hahaha


  14. Sieg Says:

    The Police State is already here, it just works so well that you don’t notice it unless you hit the tripwire.

    An old Con told me, on my first real bit, that “the whole world is a prison yard, some of us are prisoners, some of us are guards…and who knows which is which.” True stuff.

    Look, the Constitution is dead. All the legal flailing and what-ifs, they don’t mean shit. Mental masturbation. The Law is whatever the Mandarins say it is, or whatever the people with the most guns at the moment say it is, period.

    Yes, there are some exceptions, some Civil law, and even some Criminal law, gets decided in favor of the common man, but not too damn often. Look at it this way, when someone is persecuted in the courts, say, accused of being a dope-dealer, or like that, and they are acquitted, there are banner headlines. Why is that? Well, because it’s so goddamn unusual. For every guy that rates a banner headline, there are ten-thousand more on their way into the Gulag.

    We have a flickering illusion of freedom.

    At the moment, under some conditions, which, of course, change daily and vary from place to place, SOME people are still allowed to own firearms, after being carefully vetted by agents of the Oligarchs to make sure they haven’t offended a Mandarin at some point. It’s a far, far cry from the absolute RIGHT spelled out plainly in the Constitution, but again, SOME still can. IT keeps everyone, or damn near everyone, quiet, because, well, those are BAD people who can’t buy a gun, and see, since WE still can, it’s a FREE COUNTRY! Right.

    SOME people are allowed to vote to determine whom they wish to be governed by. SOME people, after being carefully vetted by agents of the Oligarchs to make sure they haven’t offended a Mandarin at some point.

    SOME people are able to work at whatever profession they wish, and to prosper at it. Some people, after being carefully vetted by agents of the Oligarchs to make sure they haven’t offended a Mandarin at some point.

    The issue isn’t Republicrat v. Demican. Those are simply two sides to the same counterfeit coin. This is what is known as a false dichotomy, and implies that there is a difference between them, and that there is a choice. The bitter truth is that the two-partei system is a ONE-PARTEI system. The same people, whether it’s Bernie or Hil or Ted or whoever, they all work for the same thing-to get re-SELECTED by the Mandarins who control the machinery for the Oligarchs. Really, the only difference there is, is that the Demicans will openly bow to the Mandarins and Oligarchs, and OFFICIALLY turn the country over to be a barracoon.

    The only REAL decision anyone can make now isn’t D v R, or who wins what, it’s whether they are willing to fight and die to try to reclaim the Nation that once was America, or if they find it easier to keep swallowing the Kool-Aid that “it’s a free country and I can do what I want”. After all, if you get all out of pocket, say the wrong things, visit the wrong websites, you can end up in the Gulag, or simply steamrolled, with all traces of your former life swept away.

    FTF / FTP

  15. Rebel Says:

    Dear StromTrooper,

    You have to go to PACER –Public Access to Court Electronic Records. Search for Reyna.


  16. StromTrooper Says:

    Thanks for keeping up with this case; I’ve been following you closely since you first started reporting on it — GREAT WORK, SIR! I’m not a club member, but like many here, I ride too and wouldn’t wish the Waco injustice on anyone…

    Do you or anyone here have a link to this latest filing? My google-fu appears to be too weak for the job. Thanks.

  17. Dark Corner Says:

    Letting a hangaround get drunk and talk club biz to a reporter at the clubhouse is so 1% /sarcasim

  18. Phuquehed Says:

    Hey now, I like NPR radio…………………..I keep it on that station on a cheap-o radio at the chicken coop 24/7 to help keep critters away – all the blathering, whining, and bullshit talk they do on it works wonders! Muahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  19. Gandalf Says:

    NPR and it’s “support chapters” are the dominate Propaganda “Gang” in America. Pure LE spin doctors on call at a moments notice. They can flood the Media so hard, so fast that people could think it’s Saturday on Thursday and skip work. This Story (audio) is still at it… The audio is 35min long. Joe Citizen ain’t listening but by reading the story attached (edited) they forget that ending you just mentioned (Dark Corner) Even I myself skipped the audio and read the story until you said something. TY

  20. Dark Corner Says:

    Ok. Read the story more carefully; should have known it wouldn’t slip past AR’s radar.

  21. Dark Corner Says:

    Check out the episode entitled “the bikers”. The real interesting stuff gets said right near the end. Talking out of school doesn’t really describe it.

    Someone might have already shared this, but maybe not.

  22. Dan-O Says:

    AK Rack is exactly right. The biggest danger to the Constitution (which I for one, and many of you that read and comment on this blog, firmly believe in) and to the personal freedoms of the citizens of this country is not radical islam. It’s not even the police state we’re steadily slipping into. And it’s not tyrant politicians like Reyna who do whatever they want under the veil of some obscure legal bullshit and get away with it. The biggest threat is the complacency and lack of all around give a shit of the people in this country. And it’s because it’s not happening to them. At least not yet. I bet even some of the bikers caught up in the Waco fiasco didn’t have a clue it could happen to them. Then it did. People seem to think the erosion of freedom we’re jumping and screaming about will happen in one big incident. Another Pearl Harbor. Something shocking like one day they’ll wake up and the 82nd will be jumping in to occupy their town and the Marines will be rolling through Main Street on tanks. They’re too stupid, lazy, and distracted by their smart phones to realize it’s happening one inch at a time every single day. Like Waco. But they don’t care because they’re not bikers so who gives a shit what happens to them, right? The government would never go after them in their Prius with their stupid fucking latte.

    Honestly I can’t shake the feeling that something really bad is going to happen in this country and until it does not enough people are going to wake up and see the slime for what it is.

    Like I always say, support freedom. While you can.


  23. TX_Biker Says:

    First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Socialist.

    Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

    Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Jew.

    Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

  24. ak rack Says:

    I’m with you, Gandalf. I think that the US police state and the petit tyrants like Reyna are way more dangerous than Muslims, notwithstanding the media hysteria.

    Jihadist attacks in the US, albeit awful, aren’t a lot more frequent than shark attacks in Nevada. The public demands that we fight back, and we do. Ds and Rs don’t disagree about whether we need to deal with terrorists, they just disagree about the best way to do it.

    Terrorist attacks a la People’s Republic of Waco can be launched at any bs traffic stop, and as Rebel and so many commenters here have pointed out, the general public seems most often to be unaware, indifferent or gleeful as long as the hammer comes down on somebody else’s team. That divides us against each other, making it hard to retaliate or even agree that a threat to our freedom and safety exists, and the monster just keeps feeding and growing stronger.

  25. Nobody Important Says:

    The enemy of my enemy is just that. No more, no less.

  26. Fr. Abraham Says:

    There is a cure for all of this nonsense. Somehow, I seem to think the motion that needs to be filed will involve a right hand traveling slightly upward, slightly to the rear, and then a reverse of those motions before looking at the issue with a great degree of certainty.

    I might be wrong in all of this. It wouldn’t be the first time. In this case, I think I just might be right.

  27. T Hell Says:

    To hell with the Alamo, Remember Waco


  28. Bone Head Says:

    Paladin Says:

    “…When Reyna’s house of cards begins to fall apart (and it will), those that are backing and protecting him will abandon him…”

    He deserves to suffer like this.

  29. popeye Says:

    “The battle at Twin Peaks” ? More like the massacre at Wounded Knee. Who will play renya , chavez and stroman in the made for TV movie now that the 3 stooges have all died?

  30. Gandalf Says:

    I fully expect “Imbler v. Pachtman” to go down soon. Maybe with a Waco case. Maybe not. Whatever case the SCOTUS picks you can be sure it will be the Bleeding Heart Liberal Justices who strike it down and the R’s appointees who fight to keep it alive. Y’all can drink all the Fox News R’s Kool-Aid you want but Waco is way closer than Benghazi. Immigrants and ISIS don’t scare me. Waco does! DON’T EVER IMAGINE that the R’s care about Bikers… The D’s care about In-Justice(even if for niggas). Those rulings SCOTUS will make may be for blacks but they will Help Bikers. Esp. the Clubs. “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.”

  31. Phuquehed Says:

    Rope. Tree. Reyna.

  32. Bad Monk Says:

    Reyna is a fucking turd.

  33. Potmetal Says:

    Eventually karma catches up with all of them. I just pray those in Wacko can keep their chins up long enough to see it catch up with unabel and his merry bunch of crooked assholes.

  34. Paladin Says:

    It would seem that this has become a test case of the disenfranchised. At some point, I believe Reyna and his band of judicial pirates will be caught and ground up by the very system they subvert. I’ve see it happen too many times.

    Randy Weaver prevailed against the U.S. Marshal’s service. People said Sheriff Baca and Under-Sheriff Tanaka would never see the inside of a court room. Yet, both are going to prison. Baca for six months, Tanaka is looking at fifteen years in prison for his part in the attempted criminal cover-up.

    When Reyna’s house of cards begins to fall apart (and it will), those that are backing and protecting him will abandon him. Reyna may even lose his license to practice law, assuming he has one.

    Long May You Ride (to those that deserve to),


  35. Road Whore Says:

    I have begun to believe that God doesn’t hear prayers anymore.

    Ride Free

  36. Parsifal Says:

    Ignorance of the LAW …. only works for the ignorant LAW – everybody else?
    …. not so much. SSDD – same shit, different decade.

  37. hoosier.roadie Says:

    Reyna should read the whole case, not just the part of Imbler v. Pachtman that supports his position that he is free to violate the rights of the Defendants without fear of civil liability. Prosecutors have absolute immunity for the actions that they take in Court. Prosecutors only have qualified immunity for the actions that they take out of Court, like meeting with law enforcement officers and advising them to arrest everyone at the scene of a crime who happened to be wearing the wrong color patch on their jacket. When Prosecutors give bad legal advice to the police, they can be sued, just like the police.

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