Judge Young
Patrick riding through Milam County was riding legal and per the law. As a CHL / LTC holder you are supposed to inform the Officer you hold a License and whether you are carrying our not. Officer Tice had no complaints about this. Patrick should have never been arrested per the DPS information received by DPS Officer Tice on the scene who is fixated on CCP46.02.


Then there is that pesky 46.15 and that word Nonapplicability that says 46.02 does not apply,


Like  "when traveling". That's exactly what my CHL Instructor Tarrant County Sheriff Bill Waybourn told us a few years back. Lets continue, Section 46.15 - Nonapplicability (6) is carrying:


(A) a license issued under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, to carry a handgun; and (B) a handgun:
(i) in a concealed manner; or
(ii) in a shoulder or belt holster;


Whats playing out in Milam County has similarities to what playing out in our Nations Capital. A Kangaroo Court of collusion limits the person on trial the ability to defend themselves, perjury, outright lies, by unscrupulous Law Officers.


DPS Says TxGANG database records are not to be used to independently confirm gang affiliation. "If law enforcement performs a wanted persons check and the person being searched has been entered in TXGANG, the return will indicate that the person is a "possible gang member". There is no message that states the person is “registered and confirmed as a gang member,” Per The Texas Department of Public Safety. 


"Possible Gang Member" Does The DPS know how dangerous this is for innocent Bikers across Texas? Police Officers have worries enough without false identifications of Bikers. Yes we said false, since we know Bikers who do not belong in the OMG database are in it.   


The wrong people are on trial in this case. The only reason officer Tice would not be uneasy about his testimony is he's gotten away with it before, he may feel protected by the good ole boy system that exists across Texas.


So does State Law Trump the Constitution? Depends on where you look under federal law which the State does not trump. It's in our opinion the State Of Texas tries it's best to work around federal laws and therefore the Constitution itself. Especially when it comes to firearms.


Supremacy Clause. The Supremacy Clause of the Constitution of the United States (Article VI, Clause 2), establishes that the Constitution, federal laws made pursuant to it, and treaties made under its authority, constitute the "supreme law of the land".  Even state constitutions are subordinate to federal law.


Patrick Said It Best


Secret evidence from secret sources used to put me on a secret list by secret officials to deny me due process. 

Yes, the whole process used to take away my 2nd amendment was secret,  even thru trial the jury wasn't allowed to see the secret evidence. Even my chl was declared a secret from my fellow citizen jurors.


TBR: How can anyone defend themselves with so many restrictions? Just where is due process in what we've seen so far, rigged from arrest to mistrial?


Texans understand fair and this aint it..