Waller County Courthouse in Texas. Police kidnapped, tortured and interrogated me for taking pictures out in public.
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This why I did an audit at the Waller County Texas Courthouse - A dispute over a voter-registration mix-up at Prairie View A&M University led to the arrest of a campaign worker in Waller County.
The campaign worker snapped a picture to prove he had delivered the letter. Shortly afterward, he was prevented from leaving the building by officers, one of whom asked what political party Siegel represented. After identifying Siegel as a Democrat, the campaign worker was arrested.
The Waller County sheriff’s office disputed the campaign’s account of the arrest, saying the campaign worker failed to identify himself to deputies who were called to the office by a woman who had appeared in one of the campaign worker photos and asked him, unsuccessfully, to delete the images.
“There’s no political, ideological, spiritual or philosophical basis for the arrest,” he said. “It was just based upon his inability to identify himself when he was properly detained by investigating officers.”
A "use of force" report from the Texas Department of Public Safety. It showed Trooper Brian Encinia also provided no answers to several questions the DPS interviewer posed about his actions — including why Encinia didn't tell Bland, who previously lived in Aurora, why she was being arrested.
Encinia, who arrested Bland after a minor traffic infraction escalated into an angry struggle in 2015, was charged with perjury after Bland was found dead in a Waller County Jail cell three days after her arrest. A judge later dismissed that charge on the condition that Encinia resign from the DPS, surrender his police license and agree to never reapply.
He said Aronowitz was arrested and charged with failure to identify, a Class C misdemeanor. Under the Texas Penal Code, a person can be charged with failure to identify if he “intentionally refuses to give his name, residence address, or date of birth to a peace officer who has lawfully arrested the person and requested the information.” The penalty is a fine of up to $500.
Siegel told the Tribune he was on the phone with Aronowitz for much of the altercation and that Aronowitz identified himself twice: once to the clerk when he first walked up to the counter and again while Siegel was on the phone with Aronowitz while he was being detained.
Aronowitz was detained, arrested and interviewed by the sheriff’s department, Zamora said. Cedillo said she was told initially that Aronowitz was being held on a “48-hour investigative hold” but that he was released two hours later. Cedillo said Aronowitz's court date is Nov. 8. Aronowitz declined to be interviewed.
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