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Nov 22, 2009

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Johnson County, TX

Clerk: County already fast at inmate processing

Everyone makes mistakes. No one has a right to say that a person didn't raise their child right. You can put a leash on your child until they move out of your house, but they still have a choice of whether or not they're going to commit a crime. I've spent nineteen months in this facility, and it is by far one of the worst places to ever be. It actually made me think twice about committing any other offenses because it is truly the devil's playground. I've had a chance to talk with officers and meet the man that they all said beat the inmate to death. Johnson County does an excellent job covering up all of their mishaps, but it will soon be brought to the light. Jesus said that there is nothing hidden that shall not be known. Secrets are temporary, so you lawmakers better watch out. You're rain of terror is coming to an end very, very soon.  (Nov 25, 2009 | post #13)

Cleburne, TX

cleburne issues

Well, rio vista is apart of johnson/sommerville counties. We're not just talking about the cops because it goes way beyond them. While everyone is worried about buildings getting torn down, the DA is having his fun playing with people's lives in the courtroom. People are being tossed around as though they were pigs getting set up for the slaughter. What if that was your brother, sister, cousin, mother, father, or even grandparent that was in this predicament? No matter your color, race, creed, or even what side of the law you're on, everyone is entitled to their equal protection of the United States Constitution. THERE ARE NO EQUAL RIGHTS IN CLEBURNE, TX.  (Nov 24, 2009 | post #10)

Cleburne, TX

cleburne issues

Everyone needs to worry about the law enforcement and the District Attorney. Cruel and unusual punishment and illegal law procedures are what they live by.  (Nov 22, 2009 | post #7)

Cleburne, TX

cleburne and keene cops break the law

If you want a lawyer who's really going go to bat for you, you need to get an attorney from Fort Worth or Dallas. I signed a plea agreement for 15 months state jail with 325 days credited toward the sentence, leaving me with a little over four months to complete. They take me back to court the following month and re-sentence me for the same thing. I'm still tryna get this squared away.  (Nov 22, 2009 | post #4)