Sergeant, lawyer vow appeal in works
Temple Police Officer: We're exempt from the law...
Reporting by R.S. Gates
Story by The Legendary Jim Parks
Belton, TX – When County Attorney Jim Nichols released the evidence jurors were instructed to use in their conviction of M/Sgt. C.J. Grisham, the Sergeant immediately released a copy to the members of Open Carry Texas.
Here it is, a 14-minute video that will make history in the Lone Star State and eventually strike a blow for freedom against statist elements who seek to disarm the public in their needs to protect themselves, their posessions, their homes and their places of business.
The Legendary, The Temple Telegram and WatchdogWire.com all obtained the information on appeal from an Open Records Divison appeal to the Office of the Attorney General, a few minutes after 1 p.m. at the Bell County Justice Center.
Sgt. Grisham said he will definitely enter an appeal challenging the conviction, but did not immediately specify on what grounds or points of appeal.
"The irony of your sign, here, doesn't escape me," said Sgt. Grisham, as Officer Steve Ermis hauled him away in cuffs in the rear of his patrol vehicle. "We work for God…"
Readers worldwide are invited to form their own opinion as to the lawfulness of the arrest, the seizure of this war veteran's property, and the validity of the judge's instructions to jurors as to what constitutes "criminal negligence" when dealing with a police officer or any other public official doing their appointed duty.
- The Legendary