Texas "Law" Enforcers Target John Wheeler





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Published on Jul 30, 2012

For a complete overview, updates and related information: http://copblock.org/johnwheeler

If you live in northeast Texas please consider attending John Mark Wheelers hearing at the federal building in Sherman, TX at 2pm Tuesday, July 31st. If possible, please record the proceedings so a transparent record of the exchange exists.

Does an individual loose their right to defend themselves after another person labels them a "felon"?

Just who is the victim here? The "state of Texas"?

Doesn't an individual who's alleged to have committed a crime have the right to face their accuser? Is that possible when the accuser is the "state of Texas"?

Did Wheeler break a law? Or was it legislation? If there is no victim, where's the crime?

One (with a more sane mind) might argue that it's Wheeler who's been victimized - a dislocated shoulder, damage and theft of his property, thousands in legal land bills, and the caging of his person. And for what - he never harmed person or property.

Why wouldn't Gerald Teague even have a conversation about departmental policies? Why was he so hesitant to talk on camera?

Just who requested the use of a helicopter to check Wheeler's property? Why was no search warrant presented when his property was searched? Why were over a dozen "law" enforcers already geared-up and on Wheeler's property just a couple minutes after the helicopter hovered outside his dwelling? It sounds like there was already a plan to raid his property.

What do you think about how this situation has thus far panned out?

Please leave a comment to this post or email me at pete@copblock.org if you have any updates or if you can help get Wheeler released.


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