There are reasons to believe that something sinister is going on in Kaufman County.
In the coming days, the media will be discussing this story and the underlining theme will be the Aryan Brotherhood.
The public will accept this, they would be the likely suspects. While this is possible, I have not found much indicating that these two men would have
been specifically targeted by them, although Kaufman County is attributed with one Aryan Brotherhood
Assistant District Attorney Brandi Fernandez led the prosecution assisted by Shelton Gibbs
Something the media may not mention, I will cover further down and you may find it will be as equally important, if not more, then the question of who
is behind these murders.
January 31st, 2013
KAUFMAN -- Kaufman County Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse was shot dead outside the courthouse Thursday, spurring
a complete lockdown of the grounds and an active search for at least one, and possibly two, shooters.
"We're very confident that we're
going to find you, we're going to pull you out of whatever hole you're in, we're going to bring you back and we're going to let the people of
Kaufman County prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law," McLellan said.
Kaufman County Judge Bruce Wood told News 8's Jonathan Betz
that he was not aware of any high-profile cases that required any extra security for him.
An agency above Kaufman County weighs in.
Kaufman County authorities plead for
leads to find assistant DA's killers
However, hours after Hasse was gunned down, the Department of Justice issued a release on its website
crediting the Kaufman County District Attorney's Office with helping investigate two known members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas gang.
March 29th, 2013
Before the release was issued, The Dallas Morning News credited "authorities with knowledge of the
assistant DA's caseload" as saying he was "heavily involved" in an investigation of the Aryan Brotherhood.
Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland, wife found dead in home
Kaufman County’s district attorney and his wife were found slain Saturday, raising fears that their deaths may be part of a plot that included
the killing of one of the county’s assistant district attorneys in
In December, the Texas Department of Public
Safety had issued a statewide bulletin warning that authorities had received “credible information” that the Aryan Brotherhood was
“actively planning retaliation against law enforcement officials” who helped secure indictments in Houston against dozens of members,
including the gang’s leadership.
Kaufman County is not near Houston, where these high profile cases took place.
Based on these reports, Kaufman County themselves were not concerned with any sort of specific Aryan Brotherhood retaliation, and that they played
little role in the overall investigations and convictions of AB members. The Department of Justice was quick to release a
the same day as Hasse's assassination, and the memo makes little mention
of Kaufman County.
From the FBI's Houston Division on Nov 09, 2012:
Thirty-Four Alleged Aryan Brotherhood of Texas Gang Members Indicted on Federal Racketeering Charges
WASHINGTON—Thirty-four alleged members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas (ABT) gang, including four of its most senior leaders, have been
indicted by a federal grand jury in Houston for allegedly conspiring to participate in a racketeering enterprise
Kaufman County is only mentioned once at the end for being credited with the investigation along with a dozen or more counties and agencies in this
wide spanning indictment.
A Closer Look into Kaufman County, From the Mouths of Victims
Below are actual
correspondences from a mere sampling of victims who have been defrauded by the evil tax-payer funded public servants currently holding positions in
the corrupt Kaufman County system of gross injustice
judge Tygrett (the tyrant) sentenced me to 9 months probation for being beaten by a cop.
I asked him (judge Howard Tygrett) to look at the on on board camera from his police car. He told me to shut my mouth and that I was a
There are now several people under his watch and who appear in his courtroom daily who now have been in trouble with the law. This guy
is a thief. Albeit not as bad as Kaufman Co LPC Linda Duggan who has 3 DUI’s and who’s license to practice has been ousted due to her not
reporting child abuse as well as practicing without a license. What is going on in this County?
The City of Kaufman Texas Police Department
and the City of Forney Texas Police Department and the Kaufman County Public Defenders Office (KCPDO) and the Kaufman Count Court / District
Attorney’s Office seem to have clearly perpetuated some very serious offenses against citizens, at the expense of others reputation and
“I am a parent that has been done wrong with the justice system in Kaufman Texas. Judge Tygrett should have to be made to resign.
Judge Tygrett ruled in the other parent’s favor with no evidence what so ever.
“I will be writing you my story, about what is taking
place in Kaufman county with Eric Williams, Linda Duggan, and Carla Herron. I’m scared of losing my children.” ~Another Victim
This is a small sample of what is going on in this County that should see the light of day, if justice still exists in this country.
There are so many complaints against these people that you could almost do a complete accountability of this organization from victim statements
alone, except for one problem.
Of all the officials accused of wrong doing, there have been no citizen complaints against Mark Hasse, and Mike McLelland.
By all accounts that
I can find, they were both good men of law.