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3/31/2013

North Texas D.A. And His Wife Murdered

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 12:51 am

North Texas prosecutor is murdered outside a courthouse in January. Now his boss and his wife are executed at their home:

Kaufman County’s district attorney and his wife were found slain Saturday, raising fears that their deaths may be part of a plot that included the death of one of the county’s assistant district attorneys in January.

Kaufman Police Chief Chris Aulbaugh and other officials confirmed that Mike McLelland and his wife, Cynthia Woodward McLelland, had been shot at their home near Forney.

Their deaths followed the Jan. 31 slaying of Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse.

The murders have to be connected. They have to be.

It sounds like it could all be retaliation by the Aryan Brotherhood. I hope they solve it.

28 Responses to “North Texas D.A. And His Wife Murdered”

  1. Good God.

    Dustin (73fead)

  2. I saw this earlier and immediately thought the same thing. I’ve never been an “end times” person, but how much longer can things keep getting worse before we reach a tipping point?

    Stashiu3 (d60104)

  3. Fricken savages.
    Hang em High.

    mg (31009b)

  4. Lots of folks are getting angrier and angrier at Government. Just a fact. It is getting worse in leaps and bounds.

    May God have mercy on those souls and justice be sought.

    Rodney King's Spirit (951136)

  5. The drug cartels and our govt. have a good chance of being involved in this.
    Rick Perry – Hello, Lock and Load Dude.

    mg (31009b)

  6. I blame Bush.

    And Sarah Palin.

    And those racist Tea Party wingnuts.

    And whitey. Always whitey.

    My Sharia Moor (7ede7d)

  7. just a matter of time until one or another of the prison/drug trade gangs decided to confront the law enforcement establishment. This won’t end well.

    f1guyus (647d76)

  8. It was only a matter of time that we would see the narco terrorism become a reality here in the U.S. Govt’ Probably the crossed the wrong gang or made some bad deals with the cartels. Thats the way they do business in mexico

    lookingglass619 (c21c0d)

  9. Good Lord. We are no better than Mexico now.

    Our social order of the late 20th century is tearing apart.

    Patricia (be0117)

  10. that’s like how they roll in mexico

    happyfeet (8ce051)

  11. oh. sorry Patricia I didn’t read all the commentings first

    happyfeet (8ce051)

  12. On March 27, 2013, the Texas Department of Public Safety released its Threat Overview 2013 that lists the Mexican cartels as the biggest threat to Texas. Here’s number 2:

    Statewide prison gangs pose the second most significant organized crime threat in Texas. Many gangs now work directly with the Mexican cartels, gaining substantial profits from drug and human trafficking. Prison gangs operate within and outside the prison system, and are responsible for a disproportionate amount of violent crime.

    Number 3 reminds me of Patterico’s Deport the Criminals First series, too:

    Criminal aliens, who may not be affiliated with cartels and gangs, also pose a threat. From October 2008 to December 2012, Texas identified a total of 141,982 unique criminal alien defendants booked into Texas county jails. These individuals are responsible for at least 447,844 individual criminal charges, including 2,032 homicides and 5,048 sexual assaults.

    I’m pleased to note that the Texas DPS considers Nidal Hassan, the Fort Hood shooter, to be an example of “individual and would-be terrorists acting alone engaged in jihad.”

    DRJ (a83b8b)

  13. Thus, if this is the work of a prison gang (and it appears it is), then no matter what their race, odds are they’re working with or influenced by the Mexican cartels.

    DRJ (a83b8b)

  14. I wonder what William Wayne Justice would think of his legacy.

    DRJ (a83b8b)

  15. so give your ID card to the border guard your alias says you’re Cap’n John Luc Picard

    happyfeet (8ce051)

  16. President Obama assures us our borders are as safe as they’ve ever been. DHS Secretary Napolitano says the border is much safer now than it was 20 years ago: “… like the difference between a rocket ship and a horse and buggy.”

    DRJ (a83b8b)

  17. *Jean-Luc* I mean

    it’s French!

    happyfeet (8ce051)

  18. May be a connection to the Dept of Corrections head in Colorado murdered due to the early release of the POS son of friends of the Governor in Colorado.

    And yes, this is just one of many reasons we are investigating a recall of Governor Hickenlooper.

    SPQR (768505)

  19. SPQR:

    That’s why I brought it up last night. I guess posting in a basketball thread was a bad idea, but it’s not my blog.

    Ag80 (78934d)

  20. Aryan B’hood? What about drug cartels?

    gary gulrud (dd7d4e)

  21. Ag80, sorry I missed that you beat me to it.

    SPQR (768505)

  22. Sorry mg and DRJ, writing before reading again.

    gary gulrud (dd7d4e)

  23. Brandon Darby of Breitbart News interviewed McLellan several weeks before he was murdered.

    DRJ (a83b8b)

  24. Has anyone ever figured out what happened to the County Prosecutor in PA that was involved in the Sandusky case?

    askeptic (b8ab92)

  25. Askeptic – no.

    SarahW (b0e533)

  26. Everybody was too busy talking about Joe Paterno

    MD in Philly (3d3f72)

  27. What’s another dead prosecutor matter at this point, after all?

    Does this seemingly random series of events raise the hairs on the back of your neck ever?
    Like the 1850’s, and another issue, we seem to just careen from event to event, wondering when a John Brown will attack a Harper’s Ferry, and Fort Sumter will fall, and the world will devolve into a madness of killing. We certainly have a feckless leader to match 1857-1861 – one who has tossed away four of his best generals.

    askeptic (b8ab92)

  28. about as smart as sending certain gentleman back to Yemen, what could go wrong;

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57577386/suspect-in-colo-prison-chiefs-death-mistakenly-released-early/

    narciso (3fec35)


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