Embryo Stage of a Dirty Cop

by Karen Leidy   When does bad judgement cross the line into unlawful behavior?   A local defense attorney contends that the May 25, 2018 arrest of his client at her home in Freestone County, by an off-duty Limestone County Sheriff’s Deputy, may have constituted such an instance.   Following an initial meeting with his

I Walked the Line (part 2)

After leaving Federal Service Skip’s adventures continued   From the Great American Plains Skip Enslee relocated to Arizona working as a polygraph examiner for the Maricopa County Sheriffs Department. You likely have heard of them as a certain Sheriff referred to as “Crazy Joe” was often in national news for several years.  While there Skip

Wolves and Sharks at the Oasis

    Tucked away near the Louisiana – Texas border is a small old town whose main street harks back to French Colonialism. A historical marker indicates the French Catholic Cemetery. Numerous old homes seem to be centered around the town center. Walking across the street to the set meeting location, a café in what

  By Josh Eells   How an elite anti-narcotics task force became the most brazen drug thieves on the Texas border   The temperature was nearing triple digits when Jonathan Treviño strapped on his bulletproof vest, slipped his .40-caliber Glock into his ankle holster and got ready to go to work. It was Thursday, July

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Inside a Mexican Industrial Meth Lab

By Stuart Ramsay   In the central mountains of Mexico lies the city of Culiacan. By rights it should be a sleepy backwater, a one-donkey rural nowheresville, but it is not.   Alongside manicured parks and pristine government buildings it boasts shopping malls, designer clothes shops, five star hotels, shi-shi restaurants and nightclubs.   What

A Writer Steps Out of the Shadows

  Melonie Magruder is a Journalist and Writer, known for articles with the L.A. Times Community News Group, the Santa Monica Daily Press, The Malibu Times as well as  screenplays associated with several Films.     I am a journalist in California and a writer. I never wrote an article on the suspicious deaths in

  On April 11, 2011, Leon County Judge Byron Ryder signed off on Gerald Willhelm’s application to probate the will of his late wife, Janice Lee Willhelm (Robeson). This is what Judge Ryder had to say on the occasion: “The Court, after having heard and considered the evidence, finds that legal notices of the filing

Holy Perjury, Batman! The Dynamic Duo of Lies

  Perjury is a criminal offense, right? Not for some folks in Leon County, Texas.  Diedre Kyle and Ben Partlou are apparently among the elite few who may perjure themselves without any repercussions. These two are “witnesses” to the forged will of Janice Lee Robeson Willhelm.     On December 8, 2010, Janice Willhelm, Jan

    by Michael Cole   There was once a time where telling crowds that you had the endorsement of your state’s US Senator or Governor was a big deal. It meant that you had distinguished yourself in local or state politics. It was a way to highlight an up and coming new politician, or

Leon County Public Corruption Introduction

Welcome to the home of the Leon County Corruption Blog. Our goal is to expose the corruption and theft running rampant among the officials of Leon County and to raise a public outcry and force the perpetrators out of office and out of the county. People have been murdered and property stolen, and no one