How the ‘Dead Suspect Loophole’ Lets Texas Police Hide Records of Jail Deaths and Shootings: New at Reason

The state has too much power….it’s that simple

In 2013, an Austin police officer shot 70-year-old John Schaefer twice in the chest, killing him on his own porch. Schaefer had called 911 to report that he’d shot a neighbor’s pit bull after the dog attacked him in his backyard.

Source: How the ‘Dead Suspect Loophole’ Lets Texas Police Hide Records of Jail Deaths and Shootings: New at Reason

Texas Cops Spent 11 Minutes Searching a Woman’s Vagina, Found No Drugs

Charnesia Corley was a 21-year-old college student with no criminal record when two cops from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office stopped her in June 2015 for running a red light. After searching her car, police claimed to have found .02 ounces of marijuana .

Source: Texas Cops Spent 11 Minutes Searching a Woman’s Vagina, Found No Drugs

Tom Herman wants the Texas-Texas A&M rivalry to return, too

The annual rivalry game between Texas and Texas A&M was one of the biggest casualties of conference realignment. Asked about his non-conference scheduling philosophy, Herman launched into a fairly lengthy dialogue about his hope of seeing the Aggies on the schedule again — at some point. “I think it’s really difficult because of the fact that Texas A&M left our conference, we don’t play a rival at home ever.

Source: Tom Herman wants the Texas-Texas A&M rivalry to return, too