James A Brashear has been found not guilty of First Degree Murder today, August 25th at 3:25 pm CST, as reported by Eric Carroll of Dad Talk Today. Brashear was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter and will probably spend the remainder of his life in prison. The not-guilty verdict on the first-degree murder charge came as a shock to most in attendance with the exception of the Murderer James Brashear who winked into the camera of Journalist Eric Carroll during the trial.
Day three of the trial against James Brashear begins today. The video link is below. Today we are expected to see cross-examination of the Defense witnesses as well as rebuttal witnesses for the Prosecution. Closing arguments are near.
This isn’t my first time speaking out about slowly ongoing Tort Claims against OKDHS, the City of Stillwater including PD, and it most definitely won’t be my last. If you know anything about the case or know the petitioner, Darrell Dougherty, even just a lil bit, you know that he would never do anything malicious in regards to this town, and would not file claims of negligence or wrongdoings on part of OKDHS, this town or any police department unless he absolutely had to.
This story originally had expediency to print, however, we realized there is no rush. Unfortunately, and inevitably, there will be another day when the nation’s attention is again focused on gun violence and then swiftly dropped. In the United States, there have been 214 mass shootings as defined by Gun Violence Archive (one in which at least 4 people were shot) within the first 145 days of 2022.
The Stillwater Board of Education announced a special meeting for Thursday, May 19, 2022, at 12:00 p.m. The meeting will be located at the Stillwater Public Schools administration building. The information regarding the special meeting can be found in article.
Five defendants have pleaded guilty in federal court, announced U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson of the United States Attorney's Office Northern District Of Oklahoma. Those guilty are Morgan Lee Bowman, 26; Megan Louise Detherage, 28; Sarah Michelle Humbard, 25; David William Morris, 34; and Chloe Louise Stith, 21, each pleaded guilty to acts related to witness tampering.
Press Release:The U.S. Department Of Education notified the public through a press release news about further securing the civil rights of students with disabilities. Further information regarding the complaint process, to the Civil Rights Division, will be posted on The Oklahoma Post.
The Oklahoma State Regents For Higher Education announced today that a Special Meeting of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education will take place in Stillwater, Oklahoma on April 27, 2022. See the entirety of the release below.
A federal jury of Mathew Ware's peers convicted the former Kay County Oklahoma supervisory corrections officer of violating the civil rights of three pretrial detainees held at the Kay County Detention Center (KCDC).
The U.S. State Department today held a briefing in regards to Russian war crimes during their invasion of Ukraine. Preliminary findings today led the State Department to believe there are reasons to believe Putin committed War crimes and Ned Price assured the public there are mechanisms in place to ensure accountability.
Day four of the trial against murderer James Brashear begins today. Today we are expected to receive a verdict from the eleven-man and one-woman jury. Being a fairly open and shut case, a guilty verdict is expected.
Election 2022: It’s the last day to register to vote in Oklahoma. The Ok Primary is approaching fast. Remember, if making changes, in even number years, voters cannot change their party affiliation after April fools day.
The Oklahoma State Regents For Higher Education announced today that the media mogul from Lawton Mr. HIlliary would be serving a nine-year term as a Board Member of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Governor Stitt appointed Mr. Hilliary a month back and was confirmed by the Senate Education Committee in session. His term will expire in 2031. Hillary is Co-CEO of Hillary Communications. There has been some controversy regarding his appointment by outgoing Governor Stitt.
Press Release: Stillwater Oklahoma Public Library notified the public through a press release news about the upcoming series Ask A Lawyer presented by the Payne County Bar Association (PCBA) once headed by now-disgraced attorney Melissa Delacerda who is being sued for violating local parents' civil rights.
Incumbent Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, Senatorial Candidates Alex Gray and Jackson Lahmeyer, along with Oklahoma Congressional District 2 Candidate John Bennett have all declared political warfare against Oklahoma’s 39 tribes. Meanwhile, the tribes are doing their utmost to provoke a confrontation in an election year.
The City Of Stillwater violated a parents civil rights today. This should come as no surprise to a growing number of parents who have been continuously disregarded by the rural school districts antics.
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