by Ty Clevenger Back in November, I blogged about a Texas Ranger who was assigned to investigate the murder of Longview businessman Ron Horaney, then demoted after his supervisors learned about his affair with Mr. Horaney’s widow. Things have only gotten stranger since. On Friday, I faxed a letter to Gregg County District Attorney Tom Watson and

DPS releases report about demoted Texas Ranger

by Ty Clevenger January 18 2019 This afternoon the Texas Department of Public Safety released internal records about the demotion of former Texas Ranger Brent Davis of Tyler, and the records don’t paint a pretty picture. According to an August 11, 2017 affidavit from Mr. Davis, he began having an affair with Faezeh Horaney, widow

Clueless

Texas Ranger Cold Case by Glenna Whitley  2004 In the realm of human sorrows, there is no more searing grief than that of parents burying a beloved child, and to lower a son into his grave just as he’s flown from the nest is perhaps even more agonizing. When a child is murdered, a different kind

 by Ty Clevenger http://lawflog.com/?p=2058   A federal lawsuit filed today in Austin describes a culture of “cronyism and outright corruption” in the Texas Department of Public Safety, alleging that top DPS  officials whitewashed a Texas Ranger’s role in a fatal car accident and quietly demoted another ranger who had been sleeping with a murder victim’s

Blind Justice in Leon County Texas

How has a forged will that has been the focal point of lawsuits, suspicious deaths and a multi million dollar oil well been ignored from local authorities to the Texas Governor?  This question has been asked by numerous people from disenfranchised family members to journalists in Texas and California.  As a matter of fact Los

I Think My Wife Just Shot Herself

On Wednesday, December 8, 2010, at approximately 2:40 p.m. Central Time, Gerald Willhelm, the husband of Janice Lee Willhelm (Robeson), called 911 and spoke to a Leon County Sheriff Dispatcher, and stated that he thought his wife had just shot herself. The lady who took his call identified herself as “Leon County Sheriff’s Office,” and

EYEWITNESS TO A KILLING

In the early morning hours of September 4 2008, Daniel Underwood lost his life from a 12 gauge shotgun blast to the head. What was quickly ruled a suicide, has many unanswered questions.  Underwood died in Sulphur Springs, Texas.  The story has previously been written about, yet, I intend on digging a little deeper using