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Kaufman County (Texas) Assistant District Attorney - shot and killed

 
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Mark Hasse was the DA in Dallas County and moved to Kaufman to take a job as Assistant DA. (Per CNN) He has been practicing law for 31 years.



31 years since Mark E. Hasse was first licensed to practice law.
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For a man who has been practicing law for 31 years, I'm having a difficult time finding info on any cases he has worked on. I find that odd.
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Oh yeah, he had it coming.
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Anyone who laughs at another human being getting killed is sick. That said, I don't disagree that these DAs use their power and take advantage of people. IMO, this guy didn't know he was going to pay with his life to advance a liberal agenda.
The constitutions of most of our States and the United States assert, that all power is inherent in the people; that they may exercise it by themselves, in all cases to which they think themselves competent, or they may act by representatives, freely and equally chosen; that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed; that they are entitled to freedom of person, freedom of religion, freedom of property, and freedom of the press. -Thomas Jefferson in a letter to John Cartwright, June 5, 1824
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During a press conference, Sheriff David Burns and Police Chief Chris Aulbaugh said the assistant DA was heading to misdemeanor court when he was assaulted and gunned down.

"When you get up into the level, you are really attacking society as a whole because our whole society is based on our criminal justice system and getting our day in court," Burns said. "This is not how to handle our business."

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 Quoting: CowgirlK


Now is not the time for jokes, Sheriff.
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This is their mindset. Really.

The courts and their rule of law will be a flashpoint in the revolution.
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Anyone who laughs at another human being getting killed is sick. That said, I don't disagree that these DAs use their power and take advantage of people. IMO, this guy didn't know he was going to pay with his life to advance a liberal agenda.
 Quoting: Dominus


When you play the game with other peoples lives on the table, you have to expect yours to be as well.
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During a press conference, Sheriff David Burns and Police Chief Chris Aulbaugh said the assistant DA was heading to misdemeanor court when he was assaulted and gunned down.

"When you get up into the level, you are really attacking society as a whole because our whole society is based on our criminal justice system and getting our day in court," Burns said. "This is not how to handle our business."

[link to www.wfaa.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Now is not the time for jokes, Sheriff.
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This is their mindset. Really.

The courts and their rule of law will be a flashpoint in the revolution.
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That's because they've never been on the receiving end.
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A Kaufman County employee has been shot near the courthouse, spurring a complete lockdown of the grounds and an active search for the two shooters.

[link to www.wfaa.com]

Officials with the Kaufman County Sheriff’s Department have confirmed to CBS 11 News that the person was shot in the parking lot of the department of motor vehicles, which is directly across the street form the county courthouse.

[link to dfw.cbslocal.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK

I can't wait for this to be shown on "City Confidential".
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Anyone who laughs at another human being getting killed is sick. That said, I don't disagree that these DAs use their power and take advantage of people. IMO, this guy didn't know he was going to pay with his life to advance a liberal agenda.
 Quoting: Dominus


When you play the game with other peoples lives on the table, you have to expect yours to be as well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33392471


I don't disagree with that, but they're playing both sides. They are killing people (innocent or not) in order to strip us of our rights. They kill someone, and they blame it on people clinging to their God and their guns in an effort to obtain absolute rule.
The constitutions of most of our States and the United States assert, that all power is inherent in the people; that they may exercise it by themselves, in all cases to which they think themselves competent, or they may act by representatives, freely and equally chosen; that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed; that they are entitled to freedom of person, freedom of religion, freedom of property, and freedom of the press. -Thomas Jefferson in a letter to John Cartwright, June 5, 1824
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Anyone who laughs at another human being getting killed is sick. That said, I don't disagree that these DAs use their power and take advantage of people. IMO, this guy didn't know he was going to pay with his life to advance a liberal agenda.
 Quoting: Dominus


When you play the game with other peoples lives on the table, you have to expect yours to be as well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33392471


I don't disagree with that, but they're playing both sides. They are killing people (innocent or not) in order to strip us of our rights. They kill someone, and they blame it on people clinging to their God and their guns in an effort to obtain absolute rule.
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And you can't understand why some people might find poetic justice in that?
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Well DA's get targeted all the time..

But considering where this is I'd bet this is Mexican Drug Cartel related...

Just image how insane shit will be when they give amnesty to them all..

All 50 million of them..

Sold out again by our politicians..
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50 million new Democrats on the voting rolls. How could they resist giving them amnisty?
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A Kaufman County employee has been shot near the courthouse, spurring a complete lockdown of the grounds and an active search for the two shooters.

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Don't tell me, let me guess: Now it's down to one shooter, and he's suicided hisself.

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For a man who has been practicing law for 31 years, I'm having a difficult time finding info on any cases he has worked on. I find that odd.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


He prosecuted a case against a Judge.

[link to www.forneypost.net]

Information going into detail about that Judge:

WHAT IF you picked up this Sunday’s newspaper and it read “Judge Orders Man Whose Child Was Kidnapped 5 Years Ago to Pay Kidnappers $10,500”? OR, “Victim Ordered to Pay Criminal for kidnapping His Son and Holding him for 5 Years!”?

What would be your reaction? Would you be outraged? Would you be incensed?
[link to kaufmancountycorruption.com]
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1 less government pension expense.
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C'mon. Not a witty joke. Also, untrue.

I am certain his wife or child(ren) will be receiving the pension at 100%.
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Silver Ford Taurus? Lot-o-silver cars lately...
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OK, so they're already talking about how the victim was going after a white supremacist group? Here's how narrative will progress. They've already identified the eventual patsy/s to pin this on. They will be living somewhere in the rural area with tons of weapons and other scary things such as more than 3 days worth of food and water. Maybe they'll even be NRA members with gunsmith type talent. Our heros in law enforcement will identify them through their excellent investigative skills and an armed stand off will ensue, resulting in the death of both of these evil gun-toting bastards that shot the DA.

PS - are you guys aware of recent deaths of gun rights advocates such as that guy on youtube's 7th most popular channel, where the dude was found tied to a chair and shot once in the head? He was a gunsmith. I would think if the goal is to eliminate guns, you would not want indy type producers alive. Any gunsmiths being found dead or suicide should be added to the Ocommie body count.
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For a man who has been practicing law for 31 years, I'm having a difficult time finding info on any cases he has worked on. I find that odd.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


He prosecuted a case against a Judge.

[link to www.forneypost.net]

Information going into detail about that Judge:

WHAT IF you picked up this Sunday’s newspaper and it read “Judge Orders Man Whose Child Was Kidnapped 5 Years Ago to Pay Kidnappers $10,500”? OR, “Victim Ordered to Pay Criminal for kidnapping His Son and Holding him for 5 Years!”?

What would be your reaction? Would you be outraged? Would you be incensed?
[link to kaufmancountycorruption.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


I saw that one. What I was thinking is if Mark Hasse was the DA is Dallas County (as reported by CNN) before moving to Assistant DA in Kaufman, there should be lots of newspaper stories where he is mentioned. I need to keep looking for some
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At a news conference, local law enforcement officials decried the shooting as an attack on the criminal justice system.

Sheriff David Byrnes says shooting a prosecutor is "the next level, you are not supposed to attack this level

[link to www.woai.com]
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What the heck does that mean, "You're not supposed to attack THIS level???"
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OK, so they're already talking about how the victim was going after a white supremacist group? Here's how narrative will progress. They've already identified the eventual patsy/s to pin this on. They will be living somewhere in the rural area with tons of weapons and other scary things such as more than 3 days worth of food and water. Maybe they'll even be NRA members with gunsmith type talent. Our heros in law enforcement will identify them through their excellent investigative skills and an armed stand off will ensue, resulting in the death of both of these evil gun-toting bastards that shot the DA.

PS - are you guys aware of recent deaths of gun rights advocates such as that guy on youtube's 7th most popular channel, where the dude was found tied to a chair and shot once in the head? He was a gunsmith. I would think if the goal is to eliminate guns, you would not want indy type producers alive. Any gunsmiths being found dead or suicide should be added to the Ocommie body count.
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I'm thinking it will come down that way too. I've been watching this since i heard it on local talk radio early this morning as breaking news.

I bet all that helicopter footage they were showing on TV this morning will go missing soon too. And just as the news was breaking..Twitter went down.
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At a news conference, local law enforcement officials decried the shooting as an attack on the criminal justice system.

Sheriff David Byrnes says shooting a prosecutor is "the next level, you are not supposed to attack this level

[link to www.woai.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK


What the heck does that mean, "You're not supposed to attack THIS level???"
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Interesting choice of words!
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For a man who has been practicing law for 31 years, I'm having a difficult time finding info on any cases he has worked on. I find that odd.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


He prosecuted a case against a Judge.

[link to www.forneypost.net]

Information going into detail about that Judge:

WHAT IF you picked up this Sunday’s newspaper and it read “Judge Orders Man Whose Child Was Kidnapped 5 Years Ago to Pay Kidnappers $10,500”? OR, “Victim Ordered to Pay Criminal for kidnapping His Son and Holding him for 5 Years!”?

What would be your reaction? Would you be outraged? Would you be incensed?
[link to kaufmancountycorruption.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


Holy shit! That is INCREDIBLE! That poor father. Sounds like this DA was one of the good guys.
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For a man who has been practicing law for 31 years, I'm having a difficult time finding info on any cases he has worked on. I find that odd.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


He prosecuted a case against a Judge.

[link to www.forneypost.net]

Information going into detail about that Judge:

WHAT IF you picked up this Sunday’s newspaper and it read “Judge Orders Man Whose Child Was Kidnapped 5 Years Ago to Pay Kidnappers $10,500”? OR, “Victim Ordered to Pay Criminal for kidnapping His Son and Holding him for 5 Years!”?

What would be your reaction? Would you be outraged? Would you be incensed?
[link to kaufmancountycorruption.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


Holy shit! That is INCREDIBLE! That poor father. Sounds like this DA was one of the good guys.
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lmao Silly little grasshopper.
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Anyone who laughs at another human being getting killed is sick. That said, I don't disagree that these DAs use their power and take advantage of people. IMO, this guy didn't know he was going to pay with his life to advance a liberal agenda.
 Quoting: Dominus


Anyone who laughs at another human being getting killed is sick. That said, I don't disagree that these DAs use their power and take advantage of people. IMO, this guy didn't know he was going to pay with his life to advance a liberal agenda.
 Quoting: Dominus


He's a lawyer, not a human being. LoL
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For a man who has been practicing law for 31 years, I'm having a difficult time finding info on any cases he has worked on. I find that odd.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


He prosecuted a case against a Judge.

[link to www.forneypost.net]

Information going into detail about that Judge:

WHAT IF you picked up this Sunday’s newspaper and it read “Judge Orders Man Whose Child Was Kidnapped 5 Years Ago to Pay Kidnappers $10,500”? OR, “Victim Ordered to Pay Criminal for kidnapping His Son and Holding him for 5 Years!”?

What would be your reaction? Would you be outraged? Would you be incensed?
[link to kaufmancountycorruption.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


Holy shit! That is INCREDIBLE! That poor father. Sounds like this DA was one of the good guys.
 Quoting: upyoursnwo 31907650


He went where most of them won't tread. A Judge, a Dr. Usually bad things happen to those who....oh well, no need to say. People will believe what they want. Thanks for recognizing he might not have fit our preconceived notions.

Dr. for fraudulent prescription of a controlled substance (Hydrocodone).
[link to www.kaufmanherald.com]

And a couple more prosecutions:

Judge B. Michael Chitty of the 422nd District Court handed down a life sentence to Rodney Lee Luckett for the murder of 22-year-old Terrell resident Jeremiah Lee and an additional 20 years for the aggravated assault of the victim’s brother, Carl Lee, who was 20 at the time of the incident. In addition, Luckett was fined $10,000 for each incident.

“We are pleased that he received the maximum sentence possible,” said Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland, who along with Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse prosecuted the case. “This is just another in a series of convictions we’re getting that are having a huge affect in the jail. Bad guys are starting to sit up and notice: If you go to trial with us, do it at your own peril.”
[link to www.kaufmanherald.com]

The Kaufman County Grand Jury indicted Roberts on September 25, 2012, for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (Section 22.02(a)(2), Texas Penal Code) which is a second-degree felony. Mark E. Hasse is the lead attorney in the case representing the State of Texas. Hasse is also the Chief Prosecutor for the Kaufman County District Attorney’s Office in the 422nd District Court.
[link to inforney.com]
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For a man who has been practicing law for 31 years, I'm having a difficult time finding info on any cases he has worked on. I find that odd.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


He prosecuted a case against a Judge.

[link to www.forneypost.net]

Information going into detail about that Judge:

WHAT IF you picked up this Sunday’s newspaper and it read “Judge Orders Man Whose Child Was Kidnapped 5 Years Ago to Pay Kidnappers $10,500”? OR, “Victim Ordered to Pay Criminal for kidnapping His Son and Holding him for 5 Years!”?

What would be your reaction? Would you be outraged? Would you be incensed?
[link to kaufmancountycorruption.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


Holy shit! That is INCREDIBLE! That poor father. Sounds like this DA was one of the good guys.
 Quoting: upyoursnwo 31907650


He went where most of them won't tread. A Judge, a Dr. Usually bad things happen to those who....oh well, no need to say. People will believe what they want. Thanks for recognizing he might not have fit our preconceived notions.

Dr. for fraudulent prescription of a controlled substance (Hydrocodone).
[link to www.kaufmanherald.com]

And a couple more prosecutions:

Judge B. Michael Chitty of the 422nd District Court handed down a life sentence to Rodney Lee Luckett for the murder of 22-year-old Terrell resident Jeremiah Lee and an additional 20 years for the aggravated assault of the victim’s brother, Carl Lee, who was 20 at the time of the incident. In addition, Luckett was fined $10,000 for each incident.

“We are pleased that he received the maximum sentence possible,” said Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland, who along with Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse prosecuted the case. “This is just another in a series of convictions we’re getting that are having a huge affect in the jail. Bad guys are starting to sit up and notice: If you go to trial with us, do it at your own peril.”
[link to www.kaufmanherald.com]

The Kaufman County Grand Jury indicted Roberts on September 25, 2012, for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (Section 22.02(a)(2), Texas Penal Code) which is a second-degree felony. Mark E. Hasse is the lead attorney in the case representing the State of Texas. Hasse is also the Chief Prosecutor for the Kaufman County District Attorney’s Office in the 422nd District Court.
[link to inforney.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


You're looking in the wrong place when you're looking at his major cases.

It's the 1000s of small ones when nobody says anything or speaks out.
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I thought it was legal to shoot snakes in Texas.
Prosecutors are right at the bottom of the food chain.
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Well DA's get targeted all the time..

But considering where this is I'd bet this is Mexican Drug Cartel related...

Just image how insane shit will be when they give amnesty to them all..

All 50 million of them..

Sold out again by our politicians..
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


This is a mostly all white red neck area. I doubt it would be mexicans. My neck of the woods is how I know.
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During a press conference, Sheriff David Burns and Police Chief Chris Aulbaugh said the assistant DA was heading to misdemeanor court when he was assaulted and gunned down.

"When you get up into the level, you are really attacking society as a whole because our whole society is based on our criminal justice system and getting our day in court," Burns said. "This is not how to handle our business."

[link to www.wfaa.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK


A day in court for Justice = Just-us.
I don't know if you've noticed or not, but the courts aren't exactly a level playing field. With the largest prison population per capita in the world, one has to wonder if the laws are just.

I have no idea what the motives were behind this,
maybe someone was force pooled and had their land stolen.
maybe someone was brought up on false charges.
perhaps they got caught smoking something natural and had their lives destroyed.
with all the injustice, one starts to wonder if this was just another criminal act by low lives, or someone who has received no justice by a corrupt use of government force.

I do know how they will play this one out in the media though.

A valiant defendant of the "LAW" was brutally gunned down in cold blood, and has never done anything wrong to anybody in his entire life. He's never destroyed someones life with the force of government, and he is a brilliant fighter for justice!

I don't know, he might be a great guy doing a shitty job that is becoming harder and harder.

I've just gotten to where I don't automatically assume that the bad guys wearing black, shot down the good guy wearing white, fighting for right anymore. It's not that simple.

Keep this in mind
It's ok for the government to murder, steal, lie, spy, manipulate, rig, and never answer for a single crime.
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For a man who has been practicing law for 31 years, I'm having a difficult time finding info on any cases he has worked on. I find that odd.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


He prosecuted a case against a Judge.

[link to www.forneypost.net]

Information going into detail about that Judge:

WHAT IF you picked up this Sunday’s newspaper and it read “Judge Orders Man Whose Child Was Kidnapped 5 Years Ago to Pay Kidnappers $10,500”? OR, “Victim Ordered to Pay Criminal for kidnapping His Son and Holding him for 5 Years!”?

What would be your reaction? Would you be outraged? Would you be incensed?
[link to kaufmancountycorruption.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


Holy shit! That is INCREDIBLE! That poor father. Sounds like this DA was one of the good guys.
 Quoting: upyoursnwo 31907650


He went where most of them won't tread. A Judge, a Dr. Usually bad things happen to those who....oh well, no need to say. People will believe what they want. Thanks for recognizing he might not have fit our preconceived notions.

Dr. for fraudulent prescription of a controlled substance (Hydrocodone).
[link to www.kaufmanherald.com]

And a couple more prosecutions:

Judge B. Michael Chitty of the 422nd District Court handed down a life sentence to Rodney Lee Luckett for the murder of 22-year-old Terrell resident Jeremiah Lee and an additional 20 years for the aggravated assault of the victim’s brother, Carl Lee, who was 20 at the time of the incident. In addition, Luckett was fined $10,000 for each incident.

“We are pleased that he received the maximum sentence possible,” said Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland, who along with Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse prosecuted the case. “This is just another in a series of convictions we’re getting that are having a huge affect in the jail. Bad guys are starting to sit up and notice: If you go to trial with us, do it at your own peril.”
[link to www.kaufmanherald.com]

The Kaufman County Grand Jury indicted Roberts on September 25, 2012, for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (Section 22.02(a)(2), Texas Penal Code) which is a second-degree felony. Mark E. Hasse is the lead attorney in the case representing the State of Texas. Hasse is also the Chief Prosecutor for the Kaufman County District Attorney’s Office in the 422nd District Court.
[link to inforney.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


It sounds to me this attorney was prosecuting to the full extent of the law if that case involved a firearm. The big argument is that we need more gun control laws, but the counter argument is that we aren't enforcing the ones we have. If this prosecutor is enforcing the laws we already have, he's hurting Odumbass's agenda for more gun laws. Solution: take him out. He'll die a "hero" and further the progressive agenda.
The constitutions of most of our States and the United States assert, that all power is inherent in the people; that they may exercise it by themselves, in all cases to which they think themselves competent, or they may act by representatives, freely and equally chosen; that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed; that they are entitled to freedom of person, freedom of religion, freedom of property, and freedom of the press. -Thomas Jefferson in a letter to John Cartwright, June 5, 1824
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He prosecuted a case against a Judge.

[link to www.forneypost.net]

Information going into detail about that Judge:

WHAT IF you picked up this Sunday’s newspaper and it read “Judge Orders Man Whose Child Was Kidnapped 5 Years Ago to Pay Kidnappers $10,500”? OR, “Victim Ordered to Pay Criminal for kidnapping His Son and Holding him for 5 Years!”?

What would be your reaction? Would you be outraged? Would you be incensed?
[link to kaufmancountycorruption.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


Holy shit! That is INCREDIBLE! That poor father. Sounds like this DA was one of the good guys.
 Quoting: upyoursnwo 31907650


He went where most of them won't tread. A Judge, a Dr. Usually bad things happen to those who....oh well, no need to say. People will believe what they want. Thanks for recognizing he might not have fit our preconceived notions.

Dr. for fraudulent prescription of a controlled substance (Hydrocodone).
[link to www.kaufmanherald.com]

And a couple more prosecutions:

Judge B. Michael Chitty of the 422nd District Court handed down a life sentence to Rodney Lee Luckett for the murder of 22-year-old Terrell resident Jeremiah Lee and an additional 20 years for the aggravated assault of the victim’s brother, Carl Lee, who was 20 at the time of the incident. In addition, Luckett was fined $10,000 for each incident.

“We are pleased that he received the maximum sentence possible,” said Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland, who along with Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse prosecuted the case. “This is just another in a series of convictions we’re getting that are having a huge affect in the jail. Bad guys are starting to sit up and notice: If you go to trial with us, do it at your own peril.”
[link to www.kaufmanherald.com]

The Kaufman County Grand Jury indicted Roberts on September 25, 2012, for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (Section 22.02(a)(2), Texas Penal Code) which is a second-degree felony. Mark E. Hasse is the lead attorney in the case representing the State of Texas. Hasse is also the Chief Prosecutor for the Kaufman County District Attorney’s Office in the 422nd District Court.
[link to inforney.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


You're looking in the wrong place when you're looking at his major cases.

It's the 1000s of small ones when nobody says anything or speaks out.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33392471


I'm looking in the wrong place for what?
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Re: Kaufman County (Texas) Assistant District Attorney - shot and killed
During a press conference, Sheriff David Burns and Police Chief Chris Aulbaugh said the assistant DA was heading to misdemeanor court when he was assaulted and gunned down.

"When you get up into the level, you are really attacking society as a whole because our whole society is based on our criminal justice system and getting our day in court," Burns said. "This is not how to handle our business."

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 Quoting: CowgirlK


A day in court for Justice = Just-us.
I don't know if you've noticed or not, but the courts aren't exactly a level playing field. With the largest prison population per capita in the world, one has to wonder if the laws are just.

I have no idea what the motives were behind this,
maybe someone was force pooled and had their land stolen.
maybe someone was brought up on false charges.
perhaps they got caught smoking something natural and had their lives destroyed.
with all the injustice, one starts to wonder if this was just another criminal act by low lives, or someone who has received no justice by a corrupt use of government force.

I do know how they will play this one out in the media though.

A valiant defendant of the "LAW" was brutally gunned down in cold blood, and has never done anything wrong to anybody in his entire life. He's never destroyed someones life with the force of government, and he is a brilliant fighter for justice!

I don't know, he might be a great guy doing a shitty job that is becoming harder and harder.

I've just gotten to where I don't automatically assume that the bad guys wearing black, shot down the good guy wearing white, fighting for right anymore. It's not that simple.

Keep this in mind
It's ok for the government to murder, steal, lie, spy, manipulate, rig, and never answer for a single crime.
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