by Brian A. Wilkins
ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2009/01/27/tempe-cop-mike-wallaces-pattern-of-thuggery.aspx
The saying goes “once is a chance, twice a coincidence, three times a pattern,” but the proverb needs amending when it comes to Tempe criminal cops, especially Officer Mike Wallace. As many of you know, a notice of claim was served on the City of Tempe and the Tempe Police Department on my behalf, which also named three specific officers: “Johnson”, Detective Jeff Loewenhagen, and Wallace. In the course of my research tonight, as a federal lawsuit will be filed against Tempe without settlement of the claim by mid-March, I found this … Read Entire Article
OPERATION NATION BULLETIN
ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2009/01/22/notice-of-claim-filed-against-tempe-police-city-of-tempe.aspx
A NOTICE OF CLAIM WAS SERVED ON THE CITY OF TEMPE ON BEHALF OF MR. BRIAN A. WILKINS ON JANUARY 16, 2009. ARIZONA STATUTES REQUIRE THIS NOTICE TO BE SERVED WITHIN 180 DAYS OF THE CAUSES OF ACTION BEFORE A LAWSUIT CAN BE FILED IN FEDERAL OR STATE COURT.
The claim alleges the Tempe Police violated Wilkins’ constitutional right to equal protection of the laws and accuses the department, specifically officers “M. Wallace, T. Johnson” and Detective Jeff Loewenhagen of negligence, gross negligence, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
The claim comes after … Read Entire Article
by Brian A. Wilkins
How many outright lies did M. Wallace (#16814) and T. Johnson (#18490) have to tell to cover their malicious arrest and incarceration of Brian Wilkins on July 22, 2008? Like their boy Chuck Schoville said, they must always be right because they have badges and guns.
The Keystone Cops are at it again. I never really bothered looking closely at this initial report Wallace and Johnson of the Tempe Police placed on the internet for all to see.<<UPDATE Feb 3, 2009: Predictably, The City of Tempe has now removed all remnants of this page from its … Read Entire Article
By Brian A. Wilkins
11/12/08 (links updated December 1, 2018)
Maricopa County had a total of 328 officers on its “rogue” list at last check in 2007 (Updated September 2010). Tempe Police Department did not allow the county to release the names of its 11 officers on that list. T. Johnson (#18490) and M. Wallace (#16814), if they aren’t already on it, will be after all this (NOTE: Tempe has 24 cops on the 2010 Brady List linked above)
First, what is the “Brady List?”
The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 6-2 decision (… Read Entire Article