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Kaufman County, Texas DA and Wife Assassinated

Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland took no chances after one of his assistant prosecutors was gunned down two months ago. McLelland said he carried a gun everywhere he went and was extra careful when answering the door at his home.

"I'm ahead of everybody else because, basically, I'm a soldier," the 23-year Army veteran said in an interview less than two weeks ago.

On Saturday, he and his wife were found shot to death in their rural home just outside the town of Forney, about 20 miles from Dallas.

While investigators gave no motive for the killings, Forney Mayor Darren Rozell said: "It appears this was not a random act."

"Everybody's a little on edge and a little shocked," he said.


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Although some GENUINE

Although some GENUINE criminals might actually respond with retribution, I suspect most GENUINE criminals understand their judgment even though they might not agree with the decision. I suspect this particular case is a result of a blatant injustice by the DA of Kaufman county, but it could also be the result of a targeted killing by one of the cartels from Mexico. If the killings are related to cartels, states better start telling the federal government to take a hike and legalize drugs which will kill the exorbitant profits of the black market along with its concomitant crime. Without more information, it's impossible to judge this particular case. Regardless, I, too, expect this trend of targeted killings of personnel within the injustice system to increase.


I read that the Aryan Brotherhood has a presence in those parts.

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They do, unfortunately.

I remember reading several years ago about some murders related to the AB in this area (East Texas). If I remember correctly, one of their own snitched or ticked off another member or something so they killed him and dumped his body in a river, I believe. Quite a pathetic lot the AB.

I'm reaching up and reaching out.
I'm reaching for the random or what ever will bewilder me.
And following our will and wind we may just go where no one's been.
We'll ride the spiral to the end and may just go where no one's been.
Spiral out.

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I think this is certainly a harbinger of things to come.

Not really just a prediction because its already coming true.

You can't railroad people into prison and destroy their lives over victimless crimes and expect them to bend over and take it...literally. This is what the GREAT majority of these prosecutors do. They get convictions. They don't care if the evidence is weak or if the jury is stacked or if the judge is crooked. They get convictions. Its how they get ahead in their business. They are worse liars than the most asinine used car salesman you ever knew. Picture a used car salesman with a degree and that is what most of these cocaine addicted, alcoholic abusing, and narcissistic bastards are.

I'd be willing to bet that each of these liars that are now dead had 1000 false or corrupted convictions under their bloated belts. People aren't killing ministers, after all.

The chickens are coming home to roost. Its called blow back. Its NOT a false flag! Don't make me laugh. False flag. HA Don't be a disinfo tool saying that. We KNOW what it is. Roosting chickens. And it ain't NEAR over yet. These are trends. They are not isolated incidents. You don't have to be an "expert witness for the prosecution" to see that.

I don't condone this violence. I also don't condone false convictions. Don't shoot me, I am just the messenger.

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Killing is not the answer

Killing is not the answer

Maybe not,

but putting maniacs into prison for killing lawyers or politicians sounds like a win-win to me. Killing is not the answer, but I shed no tears for the tough-talking fat guy in the cowboy hat.

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Be careful not to be a

Be careful not to be a collectivist, there are many good lawyers fighting for liberty.

Amash is a lawyer.

Why do people keep misusing

Why do people keep misusing collectivist? Arranging things, even erroniously into groups or categories is "not" collectivism.

Collectivism is a political system where rights flow from the government to the people, and are given to, or taken from certain categories by the whim of the government. It is the ideology that the group is more important than the individual.

It has nothing to do with lumping a bunch of people into a group based on percieved physical traits. At best, thats just clear observation, at worse, bigotry. If humans didn't categorize and form patterns thousands of times per day, we wouldn't survive as a species. Our brains are incredably pattern-oriented. You could say its a form of file compression for the brain that helps us take in and sort the information we gather each day.

As for the dead prosecuter... when you serve evil, you will become a victim of it. This man made his living by denying people their right to property and liberty because they choose to put something others don't like into their own bodies. He destroyed thousands of lives in service to the collectivist banking empire. Now his right to life has been revoked. They don't call it natural law for nothing. Cause and effect, blow-back, whatever you want to call it. This tiny speck of psychopathic control freaks who think they own the world, they are working really hard to anger the wasp's nest, and they may just succeed.

Ron Paul uses collectivism in

Ron Paul uses collectivism in this sense all the time

Reminds me of this song

Don't know if you like hip hop but it reminds me of this song



false flags?


I think this is very likely someone who got railroaded thru the kangaroo court... prob did some time and is not too pleased about it. I think this is the chit coming home to roost.

...otherwise known as Karma.

Just think about how much suffering, agony and financial ruination these District Attorneys are responsible for? Almost everything they are doing is fraud which is contributing to the massive derivatives bubble. Every case is BONDED, securitized and sold on private exchanges.

These guys are the very pinnacle of EVIL. One could only hope that the message was received but these people are complete sociopaths so I'm not holding my breath about it. If the people knew what Attorneys do for a living - for real... they would be hanging by lamp-posts all over the country.

Attorneys make a LOT MORE MONEY violating rights than protecting them.

Despite my downvotes and your upvotes

I have not posted on one Sandy Hook thread because calling "false flag" is not my cup of tea.. but this isn't the only case like this going on at this time.... and I guess I just have this idea that TPTB intend to change things, and a easy way to do that is to eliminate and replace.. he opened the door the a stranger after arming himself being a another prosecuter was shot to death just months ago? Makes no sense to me.

So, while I may be wrong, until that feeling stops nagging me, I'm sticking with my gut instinct.

Come on, really?

I'm the first to admit that there are bad apples out there and that the ratio of them in the legal profession is higher than normal. Having said that, I certainly can't see any valid reason for murdering a man and his wife. This wasn't some sort of "rightful" vengeance from the divine wrathful hand of the Punisher. Good people don't do these sorts of things. And to declare that attorneys are the pinnacle of evil is misguided at best. They may be morally defunct, slimy bastards but they deserve their day in court, just like everyone else.
Finally, to try and make courts cases into some sort of financial instrument just boggles my mind. Do you have any documentation that supports your theory?
I just have a problem with the general "**insert name here** are all bad and out to screw us" mindset.

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Their day in court. Really?

A lawyer's day in court? That's VERY widespread, isn't it? Yeah, I see lawyers, and for that matter, cops in court EVERY day. Justice is being served every day on this corruption and brutality, isn't it?

You are so pathetically ignorant that it becomes amusing.

When was the last time you saw a cop or lawyer convicted of corruption or brutality? That's right, you will be hard pressed to bring out a book on those statistics. Don't you ask us to bring "documentation" on anything that is so blatantly clear. You sound just like a lawyer...its not about the truth, right? Its about what you can prove with your trumped up evidential lies in a court of law against the brotherhood. Documentation, my arse!

I hate lawyers and Shakespeare was right (in a purely fictional sense, of course).

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.