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

 
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UPDATE: Kaufman, TX police chief says Dallas DA "made a mistake" in saying an arrest was made in Mark Hasse slaying.

Start looking for the Silver Taurus folks, It's a 20 grand reward.
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So I'm thinking the shooter most likely headed down 175 towards Cedar Creek and Gun Barrel City. They would not have taken 175 towards Dallas because law enforcement from the DFW area would have been heading into Kaufman that way. Anyone living in that area might want to keep their eyes open. Oh yea, make sure you are locked and loaded, these guys are armed and dangerous.
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Too many laws -- that is a legislature issue - and if you actually take the time to come to our offices and communicate with us -- dont get angry -- dont blow up

explain the situations -- most uf us are compassionate and will treat you fairly - we don't drink the koolaid and we realise the same problems you do -- we are doing a job and some of us are passionate about we do and remember we see the sick shit people do to each other
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Sorry but your full of crap.
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Tell me how --

you want me to list my caseload --
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A Texas ADA....on GLP. I think I found my next wife.
Bravo, because you don't give a shit girl...you are doing it correctly.

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Kaufman County Assistant DA Hasse knew his life was in danger

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The sheriff said in his press conference that an eye witness reported Hasse was confronted by a man who then shot him.

It almost sounds like Hasse knew his killer. If he knew his life was in danger and was packing, wouldn't you think he'd have his hand on the trigger when being approached by a stranger?
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Let's not paint with a fire hose boys. You must not paint all DAs and ADAs as enemies of the people and the Constitution. The Law and the courts are considered lawful UNLESS a law being floated infringes on a persons Constitutional rights.

If the Constitution itself is under attack, every American has the duty, right and legal high ground to defend it. Of course, consequences are a part of liberty, because tyranny never quits, stops or loses unless the enough weight is brought to bear against it!



The Greater States Militia Tribunal branch has the duty to re-examine any law that is considered unconstitutional and see that it is not enforced.

Anyone enforcing illegal laws will find themselves enemies of the sovereign State they are residing in.

A ground swell of the GSM movement and organization is required to re-set the US onto a sure foundational footing if it should slip from the true ways of the Constitution. Anyone upholding the law and the Constitution deserves your full support and respect.

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Is it bad if I smiled a little bit?
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naaaa............hell im giggling
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Updated at 4:18 p.m.:

Debbie Denmon, a spokeswoman for DA Craig Watkins, said a “confidential source” informed the DA’s office office that an arrest had been made in the case.

But Denmon said Kaufman County officials subsequently would not confirm that an arrest was made.

“We’re going to respect their wishes” on that, she said.

[link to crimeblog.dallasnews.com]
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UPDATE: Kaufman, TX police chief says Dallas DA "made a mistake" in saying an arrest was made in Mark Hasse slaying.

Start looking for the Silver Taurus folks, It's a 20 grand reward.
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So I'm thinking the shooter most likely headed down 175 towards Cedar Creek and Gun Barrel City. They would not have taken 175 towards Dallas because law enforcement from the DFW area would have been heading into Kaufman that way. Anyone living in that area might want to keep their eyes open. Oh yea, make sure you are locked and loaded, these guys are armed and dangerous.
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Possible, but they could have disappeared in any direction. There are a number of ways to get out of town quickly from that parking lot and disappear into the countryside via a maze of county roads leading every which way. I am in GBC and there was a false alarm sighting here around 11am at the local Walmart parking lot.
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Was Kaufman Jewish?
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Was Kaufman Jewish?
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What? That was the name of the town. The guy who was killed was most likely German with a name like Hasse.
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Hey, AC 33411063 you are a trouble maker who is talking to yourself. Bye!
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If you guys believe all people are good out there -- you are insane --

however justice is a balance and people deserve freedom and safety

so you have no problems with the shooters action -- come on

and yes I own weapons and I am against gun control
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have you ever been to court?

It has nothing to do with justice, nothing to do with the constitution, nothing to do with freedom, or the laws of God.

It has everything to do with legal presidence (misspelled), which basically means once they fuck you over once, they can fuck everyone over for the rest of their lives. Kill one baby, great, but now they can kill millions!

I would be for a judicial system that worked, that protected people from government seizing property, or from needless and pointless lawsuits, or perhaps if they equally prosecuted the drug companies for killing people the way they do drug cartels. Perhaps if they weren't growing the drugs in Afghanistan, and handing out guns to the drug cartels down in Mexico, all the while laundering their money through the drug cartels like HSBC (Too BIg to Jail).

Look, I would be for freedom, locking up the bad guys, and keep society safe, but that's not what it's about anymore, it's about handouts, and bailouts, and looking the other way. It's about an illegal president passing illegal unconstitutional laws, and creating a police state full of spied upon people with no freedom at all left!

This guy who got shot today, may be a great guy, perhaps he had a family, perhaps he actually fought against corruption, so I don't mean any disrespect to the loss of his life, but if he was that type of guy, I'm sure he was equally frustrated, and equally upset with what has happened to our nation, and the complete joke we now call "LAW".
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prolly will be blamed on two christian conservative prepper gun nuts !

lmao
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Kim Roulias ‏@goodthoughts65

Prayers to family of Kaufman Co. Prosecutor Mark Hasse. He hunted with my brother. He was armed, but had no time to defend himself today.
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Eventually, once people fully realize the lie they have been living under for so long, these types of things will happen in mass, everyday, until the system is overwhelmed, and you loose interests in reporting about it.
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I'm sorry you're too dumb to figure out how to ban me from your thread.
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I'm having fun with you. While I'm keeping you busy here you are leaving other threads alone!
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I'm sorry you're too dumb to figure out how to ban me from your thread.
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I'm having fun with you. While I'm keeping you busy here you are leaving other threads alone!
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I'm an equal opportunity troll.

And I'm fast.

You're not slowing me down in the least bit.
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Update at 5:04 p.m. from Ray Leszcynski: Kaufman Police Chief Chris Aulbaugh, County Sheriff David Byrnes and District Attorney Mike McLelland took a break from their own press conference to look in to media reports that an arrest had been made in Dallas.

“There has not been an arrest made yet on this offense,” Aulbaugh said upon reconvening. “Our D.A. has been on a phone call to the Dallas DA’s office.”

McClellan said that apparently Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins was doing an interview and inadvertently referenced that there had been an arrest made in the shooting of Mark Hasse.

“He made a mistake during that interview,” McLellan said.

The Kaufman County DA’s office will remain closed Friday, according to County Judge Bruce Bell. But other county offices will reopen, including the courthouse and other downtown properties and the county library that was closed Thursday on the outskirts of town.

“The plans are to open so that we’re back to operating as normal as soon as possible,” Byrnes said.

For the foreseeable future, however, uniformed personnel will work the parking lot a block east of the courthouse during times when employees are typically coming to or leaving from work.

[link to crimeblog.dallasnews.com]
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How many of you realize in Texas a prosecutor is completely immune from lawsuits or any legal action arising from wrongdoing during criminal prosecutions? It's called absolute immunity. If a prosecutor in Texas finds exculpultory evidence that proves a person he is prosecuting is innocent , he is not by Texas law required to reveal it and the defendant has no legal remedy under Texas law.

Federal courts do not have jurisdiction that supersedes Texas circuit courts decisions, only the Supreme court does. What this means essentially is in Texas they can take down anyone they want any time they want.

Read this decision for a shocking revelation:

[link to www.6thcoa.courts.state.tx.us]

The shooter was most likely getting revenge, it would seem to b the clear motive.
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2 assailants dressed in all black, wearing bulletproof vests, ambushed the prosecutor this morning at 8:50am outside the county courthouse. Texas Rangers, Highway Patrol and several other agencies are involved in the manhunt of the 2 assailants who fled in an older model silver Ford Taurus.

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Guess the government enforcer tried to railroad the wrong guy this time.

There will be more of this as people get fed up with 30 year sentences in prison for rather mundane offenses against the "state... not even an actual victim.
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How many of you realize in Texas a prosecutor is completely immune from lawsuits or any legal action arising from wrongdoing during criminal prosecutions? It's called absolute immunity. If a prosecutor in Texas finds exculpultory evidence that proves a person he is prosecuting is innocent , he is not by Texas law required to reveal it and the defendant has no legal remedy under Texas law.

Federal courts do not have jurisdiction that supersedes Texas circuit courts decisions, only the Supreme court does. What this means essentially is in Texas they can take down anyone they want any time they want.

Read this decision for a shocking revelation:

[link to www.6thcoa.courts.state.tx.us]

The shooter was most likely getting revenge, it would seem to b the clear motive.
 Quoting: Anon Astro 1132828



BINGO!!

it is this way in most states.

There is no recourse for the condemned if the "prosecutor" has a hard on for someone.

A DA could literally get pissed at someone for fucking his daughter and railroad them into prison.. and NOTHING could be done about it.
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boring
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Kaufman County Assistant DA Hasse knew his life was in danger

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Unfortunately... i don't believe a fucking thing the "press" reports anymore.

You can be guaranteed it is wrong.

BTDT.
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How many of you realize in Texas a prosecutor is completely immune from lawsuits or any legal action arising from wrongdoing during criminal prosecutions? It's called absolute immunity. If a prosecutor in Texas finds exculpultory evidence that proves a person he is prosecuting is innocent , he is not by Texas law required to reveal it and the defendant has no legal remedy under Texas law.

Federal courts do not have jurisdiction that supersedes Texas circuit courts decisions, only the Supreme court does. What this means essentially is in Texas they can take down anyone they want any time they want.

Read this decision for a shocking revelation:

[link to www.6thcoa.courts.state.tx.us]

The shooter was most likely getting revenge, it would seem to b the clear motive.
 Quoting: Anon Astro 1132828


The only thing I can say about that is..It's not a good idea to get into trouble in the state of Texas.

It's pretty simple, keep your nose clean, don't break the law and you won't have anything to worry about.

If someone tends to get into trouble they might want to move to a state with more liberal laws and no death penalty. Just sayin..

peace
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Eventually, once people fully realize the lie they have been living under for so long, these types of things will happen in mass, everyday, until the system is overwhelmed, and you loose interests in reporting about it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19004483


I can't speak for any other states because I have not researched them in detail, but the criminal justice system in Texas is aptly named, it is in fact criminal. When a lawyer studies to practice law in Texas, he has to take special courses that train them to deal with the "unique' system of justice we have here. It has been estimated that 22% of all TDJ inmates are innocent and in most of those cases clearly exculpultory evidence was excluded from the defenses discover process.
One odd fact I discovered while researching the Texas criminal justice system is that psychologists insist that overall ,child molesters have a recidivism rate of well over 90%, that is once a child mil ester always a child molester, but in Texas only a bit over 6% of convicted "molesters" abuse a child again. This is indicative of the fact that Texan prosecutors are using the loose standards applicable to these kinds of cases in Texas (hearsay evidence is allowed for instance and excluding exculpultory evidence including the child excluding the accused as the abuser).

I'll bet the shooter was accused child molester that was innocent, how much does anyone here want to bet?
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UPDATE: Kaufman, TX police chief says Dallas DA "made a mistake" in saying an arrest was made in Mark Hasse slaying.

Start looking for the Silver Taurus folks, It's a 20 grand reward.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


So I'm thinking the shooter most likely headed down 175 towards Cedar Creek and Gun Barrel City. They would not have taken 175 towards Dallas because law enforcement from the DFW area would have been heading into Kaufman that way. Anyone living in that area might want to keep their eyes open. Oh yea, make sure you are locked and loaded, these guys are armed and dangerous.
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Or they dumped the car in the parking garage around the corner and tootled on down the road in a beat up ford F-150.

At this moment i personally do not care enough to care.
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How many of you realize in Texas a prosecutor is completely immune from lawsuits or any legal action arising from wrongdoing during criminal prosecutions? It's called absolute immunity. If a prosecutor in Texas finds exculpultory evidence that proves a person he is prosecuting is innocent , he is not by Texas law required to reveal it and the defendant has no legal remedy under Texas law.

Federal courts do not have jurisdiction that supersedes Texas circuit courts decisions, only the Supreme court does. What this means essentially is in Texas they can take down anyone they want any time they want.

Read this decision for a shocking revelation:

[link to www.6thcoa.courts.state.tx.us]

The shooter was most likely getting revenge, it would seem to b the clear motive.
 Quoting: Anon Astro 1132828


The only thing I can say about that is..It's not a good idea to get into trouble in the state of Texas.

It's pretty simple, keep your nose clean, don't break the law and you won't have anything to worry about.

If someone tends to get into trouble they might want to move to a state with more liberal laws and no death penalty. Just sayin..

peace
 Quoting: CowgirlK


No man, you don't get what I said at all. You can be completely innocent of any wrongdoing in Texas , have the prosecutor know that full well, and be successfully prosecuted with no recourse to the law whatsoever. That is NOT justice.
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Could be rubbish, but there are some angry people in Kaufman County?

Exposing the Legalized, Money-Making Child Kidnapping Ring in Kaufman Co. Texas and the Evil Workers who Perpetrate It

KAUFMAN COUNTY LEGALIZED CHILD KIDNAPPING RING!
The animals who run the courts in Kaufman County Texas

CPS Kaufman is Corrupt

THIS COUNTY IS KNOWN FOR IT'S LONG-ENTRENCHED POLITICAL CORRUPTION.
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Could be rubbish, but there are some angry people in Kaufman County?

Exposing the Legalized, Money-Making Child Kidnapping Ring in Kaufman Co. Texas and the Evil Workers who Perpetrate It

KAUFMAN COUNTY LEGALIZED CHILD KIDNAPPING RING!
The animals who run the courts in Kaufman County Texas

CPS Kaufman is Corrupt

THIS COUNTY IS KNOWN FOR IT'S LONG-ENTRENCHED POLITICAL CORRUPTION.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33415888


It's here too, and their connected with pedophile rings. The majority of the real serial abusers are protectedA. It is very odd system of "justice" and anyone here who is thinking of moving to texas because of the "freedom" is an idiot.
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How many of you realize in Texas a prosecutor is completely immune from lawsuits or any legal action arising from wrongdoing during criminal prosecutions? It's called absolute immunity. If a prosecutor in Texas finds exculpultory evidence that proves a person he is prosecuting is innocent , he is not by Texas law required to reveal it and the defendant has no legal remedy under Texas law.

Federal courts do not have jurisdiction that supersedes Texas circuit courts decisions, only the Supreme court does. What this means essentially is in Texas they can take down anyone they want any time they want.

Read this decision for a shocking revelation:

[link to www.6thcoa.courts.state.tx.us]

The shooter was most likely getting revenge, it would seem to b the clear motive.
 Quoting: Anon Astro 1132828



BINGO!!

it is this way in most states.

There is no recourse for the condemned if the "prosecutor" has a hard on for someone.

A DA could literally get pissed at someone for fucking his daughter and railroad them into prison.. and NOTHING could be done about it.
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I think there is at least one way as we have seen today.
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Let's not paint with a fire hose boys. You must not paint all DAs and ADAs as enemies of the people and the Constitution. The Law and the courts are considered lawful UNLESS a law being floated infringes on a persons Constitutional rights.

If the Constitution itself is under attack, every American has the duty, right and legal high ground to defend it. Of course, consequences are a part of liberty, because tyranny never quits, stops or loses unless the enough weight is brought to bear against it!





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That up there.. in the bold, well it has been for at least a decade.. the 'courts" are bought and paid for... and not by the people.

There is no justice.

We have courts of equity not justice and the money trumps all.

I have fought this fight.. i have had ADAs / ASAs that hve done severely underhanded things to try and get and keep convictions. Even when shown to the court to be lying, conniving lawbreakers... they were given protection from any due process themselves.

It is bullshit.

No different than the 535 traitors in DC whose laws do not apply to them.

The very definition of tyranny.

Do not portend to lecture us about the 'justice' system and the "law". these people flaunt it and seat the lowest common denominator as the "jury" to stack it in their favor.


The deck is stacked at every level.. and it aint in our favor!

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