- Mr. Bailey's drug-addicted son wanted Dad out of the house so he could rob him (he had already set up a car deal in Oklahoma and just needed a few documents and cash to finalize it). Dad had just thrown him out of the house a day or so prior. Here's a link to his rap sheet.
- His son made a bogus 911 call, asking them to check on his “suicidal dad” (that was totally made up!)
- The 911 operator failed to detect inconsistencies in the caller's story. That should have been the first hint to the operator that the call might be bogus and might justify further inquiry to prevent wasting taxpayer dollars. He lied about his location to the 911 operator who should have easily noticed that it did not jive with his actual location. At this point, that should have been a “red flag” that other details about this call should also be questioned.
- Once Police were dispatched, Officer Greer violated Proper Police Protocols and went to the door without backup.
- Officer Greer had been watching Mr. Bailey through the window and stated in his official report that he was “watching TV and drinking a beer”. That should have been the SECOND RED FLAG that the 911 call was bogus and Mr. Bailey was not suicidal!
- Officer Greer, violated protocols that would have protected everyone involved. Specifically he did not
- By not following proper procedures, the Police had allowed themselves and an innocent citizen to be set up by the son who had been threatening his father for nearly a week (as attested to by Jodie Mow in her affidavit) and had also stolen money and property from him that week. Consequently, Mr. Bailey fully expected to be robbed again and perhaps killed because of his son's threats (who also had terribly long rap sheet).. In actuality, the banging on his door in the middle of the night was a policeman that contributed to the confusion by not following protocols.
- Unbeknownst to Mr. Bailey, the person who banged on his door was not his son, but a Policeman. This “dark comedy of errors and omissions” resulted in Mr. Bailey yelling “Get out of Here Rick!”, and firing a warning shot. He then went to bed, thinking his son was now gone and he had nothing to worry about. A few hours later, he awoke to the sound of something thrown through his window and a “hostage negotiator” telling him he would be killed if he didn't come outside. (These tapes were not provided to Mr. Bailey in violation of the Attorney General's instructions to Frisco PD).
- Having no idea what the problem was, he initially refused to come out. That was all the “testosterone vigilantes” needed to get more amped up!
- Ultimately, Mr. Bailey came out, but only after insisting that the Police not let his son in the house. They agreed, but after Mr. Bailey is arrested — the police then INVITE the son into the house (while police officers were still in Mr. Bailey's home) who promptly proceeded to take what he needed including credit cards, wallet, and other items that were “hockable” to complete his planned purchase of a vehicle using his fathers stolen identity (see affidavit of neighbor who saw him leaving with property). In reality, the POLICE helped the son commit the exact crime the father was worried about! Last I heard, his son was still in prison for this very crime, but he was not transported to be a witness for his father, even though he was willing to do so and since being in prison, he had been clean and sober for awhile and was willing to try to make restitution for what he had set in motion.
- Once arrested, Mr. Bailey is held and interrogated without counsel for hours under the Patriot Act, even after requesting counsel numerous times as reflected in the jailer's log. At trial, Officer Sartain claimed there was no such log. During the interrogation, however, Policewoman Stansell asked “Mr Bailey, who did you think was at your door? Did you think it was your son?”.
- The next day his friend, Jodie Mow speaks to the Policewoman in charge, Deborah Stansell, about Mr. Bailey's missing wallet, who seems alarmed and surprised that anything has gone missing (listen to audio).
- In addition, the original indictment was altered retroactively. If your case was strong enough, would you need to resort to amending an indictment, cutting and pasting and altering a previously filed record? What kind of Assistant DA (John Schomburger) would expose himself and everyone who worked on the case by doing such a thing? In the following indictment, take note of the fonts used in the middle of the page, then compare it to the font used in the form portion, notice the sloppy cut and paste, and also make note of the date the order was "filed" on Sept 1, 2009. Now examine the next two documents and finally compare the body of the indictment to Attachment A. Then ask yourself, why would something that is identical, need to be amended retroactively?
A) The huge number of silent bits, the technical reason for my opinion
that they were erased on purpose.
B) The 4 to 5 lengthy sections of silenced audio with start/end timestamps.
C) Around 1:20 minute mark, there is a gunshot sound that can be heard
on one of the tracks but not on the other.
- there is no way that Mr. Bailey had “intent” to harm anyone, if he couldn't see them,
- that Castle Law gives him the right to protect himself and his property (especially considering the circumstances, and
- he also failed to point out that Greer committed perjury on the stand.
- Now it is interesting to note that only recently did we discover that I was still in possession of texts forwarded for me around 2 years ago from Mr. Bailey that the Original Court Appointed “Authenticator” had sent via email to Mr. Bailey's Court Appointed Attorney at the time (Raphael DeLagarza) which were then sent to Mr. Bailey who then forwarded them on to me. I had no idea they were important until recently, but once I knew that they were important, I promptly snapped screenshots and uploaded them to the web for posterity. Take a look and see how their initial opinion of tampered evidence abruptly changed. For what reason, I don't know, but I do know that additional experts disagree with his final “opinion” that nothing was wrong with the tapes.
Here's a video: http://rt.com/shows/sophieco/banks-globe-stream-economy-875/
- Just last week, Mr. Bailey filed a Writ of Mandamas which compels the Judge to rule on the Writ of Habeas and the Rule to Show Cause (ie: cough up the legally guaranteed transcripts that he is due) that he filed motions for months ago. Now today, he receives a letter dated December 2nd, with documents that demand his response within 20 days or so, but which are backdated! (ONCE AGAIN, THESE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT ON THE DOCKET). See the latest photo as of today, the Miscellaneous Correspondance listed at the top is the Writ of Mandamas just filed. Note that nothing was placed on the docket between June 25 and November 26. As I've told him, this is the gang that can't shoot straight!
- As a result of several documents being removed from the mail from Mr. Bailey to me to take care of things for him on his behalf, I had him institute a policy of logging every document enclosed in the envelope and the date of mailing as well as telling me what he is sending and when so that I can be on the lookout for the documents.
- This is the text of the letter that Mr. Bailey be requested typed up and sent to him for his signature. The Texas Information Act is basically an open records act. However, Frisco has previously denied a request for similar information, claiming that because he is incarcerated, they don't have to comply. Now bear in mind, Mr. Bailey is acting as his own attorney, so this clause that they are hiding behind should not apply. And it definitely didn't apply when the Attorney General told them to release all the evidence to Mr. Bailey and his then, court-appointed attorneys!
- withholding or tampering with communications,
- being sent to the Psych facility as retailiation for filing grievances,
- denial of medical records,
- moving to various facilities,
- denial of deposits to inmate's trust fund,
- taking his legal documents, clothing, blood pressure medication, glasses, and dental appliances from him (a total of 8 weeks at a single time).
- Denial of access to law library.
- Being charged for postage to return Jailhouse Lawyers Manual chapters written by prominent civil rights attorneys when item was never returned to sender (fraudulent).
- Threatened with retaliation (by getting a “case” which would affect parole) for not taking a flu shot (when he is already immune compromised).
- Excessive charges for “medical care deductibles”.
- Tampering with medical records retroactively.
- Theft of several grievance receipts contained in the documents taken for the 8 week period.
- Theft of documents needed for 2nd level grievances with TDCJ.
- Theft of legal mail requiring Mr. Bailey's signature requesting documents/evidence previously withheld from him Frisco Police Department.
ATTORNEYS GREG GIBBS AND MARK LEDBETTER SABOTAGED CLIENT AND COLLUDED WITH FRISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT WHO TAMPERED WITH EVIDENCE. DID THE COLLIN COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY KNOW ABOUT THE TAMPERED EVIDENCE? READ THE WRIT OF HABEAS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY TO FIND OUT WHY WE BELIEVE THEY WERE ALSO GUILTY OF COLLUSION AND SABOTAGE. ALSO READ MORE ABOUT DETECTIVE DEBRA STANSELL'S SUSPICIOUS "SUICIDE". TDCJ CORRUPTION, PRISON INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX,