The following quotes are from DA documents, FWPD documents, and emails obtained through open records requests.

“She has spoken to [REDACTED] probably about 10 times. He is the intake DA.”

Source: Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office

Significance: 10 meetings between a well-connected family and members of the DA that resulting in strong-arming of two FWPD officers by “countless” members of the DA, according to one FWPD Sargeant and one FWPD whistleblower. 

“I didn’t think it was fair.”

Source: Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office

Significance: In mid-March 2020, Det. Dunn told the District Attorney’s office that their obstruction of her case resulted in the unfair arrest of Edward Brown.

“She said that officers don’t like to refer it over to us.”

Source: Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office

Significance: Highlights FWPD’s understanding of the victim’s motivations. 

 

“The way they got the police to refer it over was based on that one incident.”

Source: Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office

Significance: The DA’s office should not be in the business of compelling FWPD to do anything.

“Detective is [REDACTED]. She has issues with responsiveness. She had to go above her. [REDACTED] did not do her job on this case.”

Source: Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office

Significance: The DA is maligning a career peace officer to cover obstructing her case.

 

“[REDACTED] said that he has no legal rights to her daughter. As of Friday, the defendant filed a family lawsuit. However, she would like to get a protective order through us.”

Source: Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office

Significance: Biological fathers do have legal rights to their children. The DA was willing to interfere with a family custody suit on behalf of this family. That suit is ongoing. 

 

Edward Brown “caused the phone to ring repeatedly”

Source: FWPD

Significance: This is literally the reason that FWPD issued a warrant for my arrest, admittedly while under pressure from our DA. This speaks to the culture of our DA’s office. 

 

His complaint remains with the district attorney.

Source: Fort Worth Police Department Office of Internal Affairs

Significance: This internal communication notes FWPD’s understanding of DA interference in my case. 

 

“Whether or not she was rushed or pressured, as you stated, is not a factor that would cause us to further investigate the matter.” 

Source: Fort Worth Police Department Office of Internal Affairs

Significance: FWPD maintains that its hands are clean in this matter. This stance is contradicted by FWPD’s coverup of public corruption regarding my case. 

For further reading:

Obstruction of Justice in Tarrant County

Roadblocks

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