Download the City of Houston’s letter to the attorney general requesting authorization to conceal the information about the deadly drug raid: http://justinpulliam.com/Documents/2019/HoustonPoliceAttorneyGeneralLetter.pdf
The chief paraded “transparency” on television, yet the Houston Police Department continues to conceal public information about the deadly disaster.
Undercover government agents with the City of Houston Texas Police busted through the front door of 7815 Harding St just hours after obtaining a no-knock search warrant on January 28, 2019. Police opened fire first, supposedly shooting dead a dog within the residence. A firefight followed that left 5 officers injured and two citizens—Rhogena Nicholas and Dennis Tuttle—dead.
Download unredacted portions of the affidavit and warrant:
“Exhibit 3 consists of body worn camera recordings involving an incident that resulted in the use of deadly force by a peace officer and administrative and criminal investigations of peace officers.”
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“Our No. 1 goal,” said police Chief Art Acevedo, “is always to find out the good, the bad, the ugly and to be transparent.”
But is that reality? Or is that merely what he wants people to think?