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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Prosecutors Drop Phoney Drug Charges On Innocent Little Rock Man

Prosecutors Drop Phoney Drug Charges 
On Innocent Little Rock Man
Drunk dirty Little Rock cop Billy Brackins falsely arrested citizen in front of Midtown Billiards, apparently plants cocaine on victim & caught in NUMEROUS lies...

MORE to come, indeed. Troy Parker ("King" or "TP") was released on his own recognizance, shortly after being taken into custody. 

Internal affairs investigated Billy "Fibster" Brackins THAT night and were DENIED their request, by LRPD Asst. Chief Finks, to drug and alcohol test the dirty cop. Blatantly covering up the whole criminal affair, indeed.
LRPD Officer Billy "Fibster" Brackins files false police report. Countdown watch starts for his termination of employment. #TimeForChange #CleanOutLRCityHall#ByeByeBuckner


Saturday, July 14, 2018



Dirty cop Detective Russell Colvon Littleton of 2616 Carywood Dr, Bryant, AR

The dirty undercover cop that attempted to set-up Little Rock citizens on phoney drug charges has been identified as Detective Russ Littleton. He has a sordid past, indeed. He was arrested in 2008 for DWI and attempting to talk his way out of it, requesting, "professional courtesy" and shit like that.

Fuck you dirty corrupt-ass pig, destroying peoples lives for your fake-ass career as a dirty fucking cop. May you burn in hell for the lives that you have destroyed over the many years that you have infested our city, you mercenary cop piece of shit. You are EXPOSED asshole. Go fuck yourself and get the FUCK outta' my town criminal.

You should have been fired YEARS ago. Now look what you have done you fucking scumbag.


Thursday, July 5, 2018

John Gilchrist: Actually Qualified To Be the LRPD Union Spokesman?

LRPD Union Spokesman Actually Qualified To Be the LRPD Union Spokesman? 
Officer John Gilchrist III

October 9, 2015 
by Caleb Taylor, The Arkansas Project

You’ll probably remember our recent interview with John Gilchrist, the head of Little Rock’s police union: Gilchrist criticized Chief Kenton Buckner’s proposal that city cops should have to pass a fitness test. Maybe Gilchrist really believes that it helps his brothers in blue to oppose the idea that one should have a certain level of physical fitness to be a cop.

After we published our story, The Arkansas Project learned that Gilchrist has an unusual background for someone who speaks on behalf of the police — namely, Gilchrist’s history of failure to meet basic law-enforcement job obligations. More precisely, when Gilchrist was the subject of an internal affairs investigation some years ago, he was found to have committed unnecessary violence, to have made false statements to police investigators, and to have behaved in a manner inappropriate for a police officer.

Gilchrist has been the subject of several different complaints, involving incidents in which he violently assaulted a female acquaintance in a Little Rock gas station’s parking lot (which led to his criminal conviction for disorderly conduct) and refused to submit to Saline County deputies when he got pulled over for speeding, which resulted in his arrest and multiple charges. When Gilchrist’s actions were reviewed by his internal affairs division, it found that Gilchrist had “misrepresented the facts of the incident” and had been “untruthful.”

Stuart Thomas, who was Little Rock’s police chief at the time, attempted to fire Gilchrist after these incidents, but Thomas was later overruled by the city’s Civil Service Commission. Instead, the Commission suspended him for 30 days, demoted him from sergeant to police officer, and required him to participate in a year of mandatory counseling. 

This is not the ideal career trajectory of a police spokesman.

One additional wrinkle: as a practical matter, Gilchrist is likely disqualified from ever testifying in court about his police work. Under Brady v. Maryland, which requires prosecutors to disclose any evidence to a criminal defendant that would assist his or her side of the case, it would be an extremely risky move for any prosecutor, ever, to put Gilchrist on the stand — given that Gilchrist has been tarred with an official finding of dishonesty. Once again, when you’re a police advocate, that’s not a very good reputation to have. 

Do we really want someone who was officially found dishonest by internal affairs to be the police union spokesman in Little Rock? I’d say no. 

Gilchrist didn’t return a request for comment.

Friday, June 29, 2018

Anti-Corruption Bloggers Win Freedom Of Information Court Case Against Little Rock

Entry: FOIA hearing. Russell Racop appears pro se. Alex Betton, Caleb Garcia, and Rick Hogan appear for dft Kenton Buckner. Kenton Buckner was not present, despite having been sworn. Court inquired concerning absence 
of Buckner. Betton reported that Buckner is on a family vacation outside Arkansas (see affidavit of Buckner in 60CV-18-894, Joshua Glass v. City of Little Rock and City of Little Rock Police Department). Testimony from Lt. Michael Ford (LRPD Information Officer), Chief Ean Bordeaux (online blogger), Sgt. J. B. Stephens; and Russell Racop. Arguments presented. Judgment for plaintiff on FOI request for photographs of all non-undercover LRPD officers. Requested photographs ordered to be presented by 4 PM this date, with notice to be given Court and opposing side.

Friday, June 22, 2018

LRSD Official Implies Homeschool Programs are Inferior

Official Implies Homeschool Programs are Inferior

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In late November of 2016, Little Rock School District Superintendent Mike Poore wrote to area homeschooling parents inviting them to enroll their children in public school and promising to provide a “more rigorous curriculum.”

Is the public school curriculum really more rigorous? Let’s do some quick fact-checking.The implication, obviously, was that the public school would provide a better curriculum than homeschool families—an astonishing and unsupported assertion. An apology was subsequently issued, but the district never withdrew its claim that its curriculum is more rigorous.
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For many years, all Arkansas homeschool students were required to take standardized tests. They consistently out-scored their public school counterparts. In 2009, the largest-ever national study of homeschool students showed that the average homeschooled 8th grader scored at the 12th grade level.
In 2010, public schools in Arkansas (and most other states) skidded into the befuddled Alice-in-Wonderland world of Common Core. Justifiably skeptical homeschooling families stuck with what works. As a consequence, homeschool students nationwide outscored others on all three sections of the important SAT college admission test for 2014 (the last year for which results are available for comparison) by significant margins.
Poore’s claim that the public school curriculum is more rigorous cannot be taken seriously...

"The Little Rock School District issued an apology Friday after parents of homeschooled students were sent a letter that many say they found offensive.
The letter was sent from LRSD superintendent Michael Poore and said in part:
"While I am certain you have done a stellar job with your student in the home school setting; I would like to join your effort and enhance his/her educational experience by providing an even more rigorous curriculum coupled with systems to enhance the whole child," the letter said
Many of the parents who received the letter took to social media saying they were offended that the letter promised a "more rigorous curriculum," which could suggest their kids were not getting a strong education at home. 
"It really comes across as though they don't think that our curriculum is rigorous and I'm offended by that," said Natasha Jones, a mother of seven who home schools her children. 
Jones said she wishes the school district would have asked their opinions about why they're not a part of the school system, instead of attempting to recruit them.
"This letter makes it seem like homeschooling is the easy choice and it's really not. It would be a lot easier for me to send my seven children to school everyday. So if they want to know what they need to do to get us back, they should ask us why we didn't go there or chose to leave there in the first place," Jones said. 
Jones received 5 letters to her home for each of her school-aged children, which said seems like a waste for a district looking at $11 million dollars in budget cuts.
LRSD responded to a request for comment from Channel 7 with a statement:
The Little Rock School District would like to apologize to any home school parent who took offense to a recently delivered letter. Our intent was to offer an opportunity to partner with the District. We know that parents value choice and we respect their decision to home school. Our letter was intended to make home school parents aware of opportunities for their students to access additional academic or extracurricular programs.
We also apologize that some parents received duplicate letters and will strive to improve our communication process."
When two attorneys and homeschooling dads—Mike Farris and Mike Smith—founded Home School Legal Defense Association in March 1983, homeschooling was just a tiny blip on the educational radar screen. The age-old concept of parents teaching their children at home had fallen into obscurity. Families who chose such a “nontraditional” education route often encountered opposition, sometimes even legal challenges, from the educational bureaucracy as well as from their own friends and relatives.
Seeing a need for affordable legal advocacy, the two Mikes joined forces to establish a nonprofit ministry to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the education of their children and to protect family freedoms. (See our mission).
Through the years, HSLDA’s primary goal has remained the same—to bring together a large number of homeschooling families so that each can have a low-cost method of obtaining quality legal defense. Today, HSLDA gives tens of thousands of families the freedom to homeschool without having to face legal threats alone. Through many families sticking together, we have been able to keep the cost of a year’s membership close to the rate that a family would have to pay for an hour of an attorney’s time almost anywhere else.

“I had no idea how successful homeschooling was going to be for our family when we started. We had hoped that it would work out and that God would bless it. God’s blessings have been a lot bigger and better than I could have ever imagined.”

“My wife and I are so grateful for having been able to homeschool our children, and I love being part of the effort to preserve that freedom for the next generation.”
After a family joins HSLDA, there are no further charges of any kind for defending them in court. HSLDA pays in full all attorney fees, expert witness costs, travel expenses, and all other court costs permissible by state law for us to pay.
The vast majority of contacts member families face are successfully resolved through our early intervention without any court action. Many times, our team of HSLDA attorneys simply call or write letters on behalf of members contacted by local officials. For those who wind up in court, HSLDA provides full representation at every stage of legal proceedings.
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Home School Legal Defense Association is a nonprofit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children and to protect family freedoms. We provide homeschooling-related legal advice and representation to our over 80,000 member families, promote homeschool-friendly legislation at the state and federal levels, and offer information and resources to encourage and support all homeschoolers.
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Thursday, June 14, 2018


Bad Government In Arkansas

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William Asa Hutchinson III, the son of Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson was arrested back on May 18th by the Arkansas State Police for his 4th Driving While Intoxicated ("DWI") offense.
We previously covered his 3rd DWI arrest which his conviction was tossed due to a technicality  (click herehereand here) and his arrest at a festival in Alabama for possession of MDMA (click here and here).


His latest arrest resulted when he was blasting down I-49 and was clocked by an Arkansas State Trooper going almost 90 mph.

When the trooper pulled Asa III over and was talking with him, he noticed the smell of alcohol and impaired motor movements.

The trooper also noted opened box of canned alcoholic beverages (beer?) in the back seat.  The trooper asked him if he had been drinking and Asa III said no.

The trooper had Asa III exit his vehicle and the trooper noted that Asa III's eyes were bloodshot and watery.

The trooper inquires again about drinking and Asa III then said he had been drinking earlier that morning, but he was "sober as a jaybird".

Asa III whined about his shoes and clothes and stated that his younger girlfriend had dressed him. He went on to say that it was not the clothes he wants to wear. This drunkard is 42 years old.

Asa III slurred his words, had difficulty standing on one leg (he wobbled but did not fall down) and he blew a 0.87% BAC during a portable breath test. The legal limit is 0.08%. 

This is the video we obtained from the Arkansas State Police of the incident. It's 25 minutes long, so grab some popcorn and a non-alcoholic beverage.

We have additional videos and they will be posted as they are added to our YouTube channel.

These are the documents we obtained from the Washington County Sheriff's Department.

 And the report from the Arkansas State Police.

We requested the  information from the ASP back on May 29th and received it yesterday.

These are some screen shots of what you can expect in the other videos.



Asa III needs to have an ignition interlock on his ride before he kills someone.

His daddy needs to have a come to Jesus meeting with him and get him some substance abuse treatment. Makes us wonder if its something that runs in the family and they don't see this as a problem.

Friday, June 1, 2018

Anti-Corruption Blogger files lawsuit against LR Police Chief Kenton Tremar Buckner-violations of AFOIA

Lawsuit filed by Anti-Corruption Blogger Russ Racop against Little Rock Police Chief Kenton Tremar Buckner for violations of rights under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.

Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Former LRPD Asst. Chief Eric Higgins WINS! Sheriff of Pulaski County, AR

Former LRPD Asst. Chief Eric Higgins WINS! 
Sheriff of Pulaski County, AR

The West Feliciana Houma-Choctaw Tribe congratulates Sheriff-elect Eric Higgins of his most impressive and clear victory over the old status quo baton-pass of Doc Holliday. Carl Minden truly represented more of the same old bullshit, indeed. 

Eric Higgins was elected last night in a historic victory that makes him the county's first-ever African American sheriff.

The Houma-Choctaw Nation has witnessed Carl Minden and friends within their corrupt version of "Internal affairs", look the other way and assist the Pulaski County Special School District discriminate against Native American Creole Indians within their public schools.  


We genuinely look forward to working with Sheriff Eric Higgins on various community efforts focused upon bringing about TRUE community policing in Pulaski County and the city of Little Rock, metro area, in the near future.

Sheriff Eric Higgins is a proud Little Rock resident.

100% IN
Candidate Votes %
Eric Higgins (D) 15,863 54.8% 
Carl Minden (D) 13,073 45.2%
Eric Higgins
Eric Higgins for Sheriff

Eric S. Higgins is a 30-year veteran of the Little Rock Police Department. Higgins retired after over 10 years as Assistant Chief of Police in 2015. He has been an instructor at Arkansas Baptist College since 2013. In January of 2016, Higgins became the Director of the Derek Olivier Research Institute for the Prevention of Black on Black Violence at Arkansas Baptist College. Currently, he is the Director of Outcomes Assessment with the National OK Program and a managing member of SOF Solutions LLC consulting. He is a volunteer instructor with the re-entry program, The Exodus Project - Out for Life, as well.

Higgins earned a B.S. in Multidisciplinary Studies: Government and Business and a M.A in Human Services: Executive Leadership and Counseling from Liberty University. He is a member of the Little Rock School District’s Volunteers in Public Schools (ViPS) Executive Board; Institute for Law Enforcement Administration Alumni, Leadership Greater Little Rock Alumni. Additionally, Higgins serves as President of the Governing Board of Lisa Academy Charter School.

Higgins has been married for 26 years to Caron Bunting Higgins, and they have two daughters. Janay is a recent college graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Jessica is currently a junior at Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High School in Little Rock.

CSI for Pulaski County
The key to reducing crime in our community is not enforcement. It is prevention. An effective crime prevention program begins and ends with a community-focused approach. It will be necessary to make arrest and issue citations; that cannot be what drives us. We must be safety-driven.

That means working with the community to identify issues that cause an unsafe environment to exist. To sustain a community and law enforcement partnership it is critical that the Sheriff’s Department has and maintains the trust of the community.

To achieve this the Sheriff’s Department must have integrity as the base of everything it does. Whether interacting with members of our community on the street, making a traffic stop or event when an arrest is made or when a person is detained in our detention center, we must act with integrity - we must do what is right and just. 

This is what I will bring to Pulaski County as your Sheriff.  I will bring CSI to Pulaski County:

Community Focused

Safety Driven

Integrity Based

It is through this community policing approach that we will see a reduction in crime in our community.

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