Monthly Archives: August 2009

Tempe Police Harrass Resident Eleanor Holguin For Speaking Out About Chief

by Brian A. Wilkins


If Tempe Police goons are ordered by Chief Tom Ryff to designate this seemingly sweet, harmless woman a “hazard,” no telling what they’ll eventually try and do to my black ass.

CBS 5 (KPHO), which is the only television network in this city with a backbone, interviewed Ms. Eleanor Holguin a couple weeks ago after she called 911 to aid her elderly father. But instead of being greeted by friendly, helpful paramedics, Tempe Police thugs showed up, and the paramedics who showed up quizzed her before helping her. Here is the report:… Read Entire Article

San Antonio (TX) Police Thug Jason Rozacky Arrested For Assaulting, Stalking Ex-Girlfriend

by Brian A. Wilkins

Jason Rozacky, 36, could be the 10th San Antonio
cop fired this year for misconduct.

Whether this fool is lobbying for the Sapp of the Month award or is just plain pathetic, either way, not only should he be calling a prison cell home for the next few years, but should never wear a badge again.

Just like all thug cops, San Antonio’s Jason Rozacky believed nobody can tell him what to do or dictate anything he does; even if its an ex-girlfriend who no longer wants his sorry ass. The incident occurred on August … Read Entire Article

Rockford (IL) Police Thugs Murder Unarmed Mark Anthony Barmore


The Eleventh Amendment strikes again. Nobody is surprised here, especially Ms. Maryann Barmore, Mark’s mother, who wondered why the Winnebago County grand jury issued this “slap in the face” decision one day before Christmas Eve. Police thugs once again have gotten away with murder.

Recently, a Seattle cop told the Seattle Times, “when will the horror end,” referring to a recent string of retaliatory targeted shootings in the Seattle-area over the past two months, which have left five cops dead and one still critically injured (none Read Entire Article

Oklahoma City Police Thugs Diron Carter and Michael McKethan Arraigned For Drive-By Shooting

by Brian A. Wilkins

Oklahoma City Police thugs Diron Carter (L) and Michael McKethan (R)

Had these two thugs not been “police officers” on the night of June 16, 2009, they would both be facing attempted murder charges and several arbitrary “street gang” crimes.

As it stands though, Oklahoma City Police thugs Diron Carter and Michael McKethan are free on $25,000 bond each after being arraigned on August 26 for “using a vehicle to facilitate the intentional discharge of a firearm,” were given a paid vacation (aka paid administrative leave) for the past two months, and will attend a preliminary … Read Entire Article

Ted Bundy: Seattle Police Advisor, Washington State Republican, and Serial Killer

by Brian A. Wilkins & Heidi Peterson
8/30/2009 (links, photos, and videos updated; and text proofread on November 23, 2018)

If you read some of the “mainstream” accounts of Ted Bundy, you would think this rapist/murderer/Republican was some sort of Heisman Trophy winning American sports hero like Tim Tebow; or a young, up-and-coming politician ready to run for President like John F. Kennedy and Barack Obama.

The first sentence in an article on regarding Bundy reads, “He was attractive, smart, and had a future in politics” (Note: this article now redirects to and doesn’t Read Entire Article

Prosecutor Elizabeth Ortiz Takes Over Rule 32 Proceedings; Is On Same Tempe Board With Mayor Hugh Hallman

by Brian A. Wilkins

Coincidence? I highly doubt it. It is likely a combination of the fact rookie Maricopa County prosecutor Neha Bhatia filed a, for lack of better term, incompetent response to my Rule 32 Petition for Post-Conviction Relief; and the fact this new prosecutor assigned today, Elizabeth Ortiz, is on the board of directors for Tempe Preparatory Academies, along with Tempe mayor Hugh Hallman. Throughout this entire year-long persecution of my life and well-being, I have now have to endure the “services” of three Maricopa County public defenders (David Allen Brown, Michael Ziemba, and William Peterson), … Read Entire Article

City of Tempe, Police’s Motion To Dismiss Wilkins Federal Lawsuit Is Denied



PHOENIX — The City of Tempe has until August 20, 2009 to file a formal answer to pro se Plaintiff Brian A. Wilkins’ federal civil rights lawsuit after U.S. District Judge Mary H. Murguia denied Tempe’s motion to dismiss.

The lawsuit, filed in April, alleges the Tempe Police have policies, customs, and practices of race-based arrests and falsifying police reports, perpetuated by Tempe Police Chief Tom Ryff, and violated Wilkins’ civil rights when they arrested him on July 22, 2008. Wilkins was arrested after his then-neighbor, Michael Arthur Wood, attacked Wilkins in … Read Entire Article