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Someone here is in very, very serious trouble. Stephen Hartman is an employee of Philip Klein at Klein Investigations & Consulting. Hartman tried to kidnap a young girl at gun point because, according to sources close to the investigation (which consist of the voices in our head), Hartman wanted to rape her, only the police just cannot prove it… yet.
Read it and weep, bitch:
In case the writing is a little hard to read, here it is once again. Though keep in mind that there will be bits of police-type shorthanded words inserted. So take your time in reading this report, then read it once again, so you can figure it out. It is quite compelling. [*HINT*] “Affiant” means the police officer writing the report. Try substituting in your own mind the word “I” for the word “affiant” and it will flow more easily for you. Using such 3rd person pronouns is common in situations involving barely literate savages who want to impress others by looking “official” in their report writing, but instead they just come off looking like total n00bs.
We edited for grammar, abbreviations, and typos with the use of [brackets]
On 10/13/16 [at about 7:16pm] Affiant was dispatched to the 5300 block of Twin City Hwy. [in reference to] Groves PD having a person detained for brandishing a handgun at a driver. Upon arrival Affiant observed a Black Chevrolet Colorado parked facing East in the parking lot of the Church Of God.
Affiant observed the [vehicle] to be parked behind a tan Chevrolet Suburban, which was parked facing North. Affiant observed two female whites standing near the Suburban along with [City of The Groves Police Officers]. Affiant exited the patrol [car] and made contact with [Groves Police Officer] Mojica who [advised] he had a male white detained for pointing a handgun at the driver of the Suburban at which time Mojica pointed towards his patrol [car] where Affiant saw a male white leaning against the patrol unit.
Mojica also [advised] he had taken his handgun and had it in his possession. Affiant then took the black handgun into custody and secured it. [i.e. locked it up in his patrol car.] Affiant then made contact with the driver of the Suburban who was identified as, [Complainant] Litisha Marie Peshoff, who Affiant observed to be crying and very upset. Peshoff [advised] that she and her passenger, Jackowski were enroute [i.e. “were going down the road”] to get her daughter from a trailer park in Groves when she noticed a [black vehicle] appear to be following her. Peshoff [advised] that at first she thought nothing of it however as she continued to drive she noticed the [vehicle] make every turn she did as they traveled [north] on Twin City and East onto Saba Lane. Peshof [advised] she arrived at her destination and found no one was home.
Peshoff [advised] as she exited the park and she immediately noticed the [vehicle] from earlier. Peshoff [advised] she began to become nervous due to the fact that it appeared as if this [vehicle] was stalking her. Peshoff [advised] she then turned onto Saba Lane facing West when the [vehicle], which she [advised] was a black truck, pulled [along] side of her at which time she [advised] [that it] came very close to the passenger side of her [vehicle]. Peshoff [advised] she observed the [truck to] be occupied by a lone male white driver. Peshoff [advised] the light turned green at which time she drove off west and then south onto Twin City Hwy. where she [advised] the [vehicle] followed. Peshoff [advised] she then observed the [vehicle] speed up and pull [up] to her drivers side at which time the driver rolled down his window and started to instruct her to pull over.
Peshoff [advised] she continued to south, still being stalked by this driver. Peshoff [advised] the driver then attempted to run her off the road, but was unsuccessful. Peshoff [advised] the driver then got beside her [vehicle] again and pointed a black handgun at her as she was driving. Peshoff stated that she was in fear for her and her passengers life and continued to drive, at which time Peshoff [advised] she contacted the authorities via cell phone. Peshoff [advised] she stopped at the intersection of Twin City Hwy. and Hogaboom at which time so did the driver of the truck at which time a male white wearing a black shirt exited the vehicle and came to her window. Peshoff [advised] she immediately noticed the male had a handgun in his hand pointed at her. Peshoff [advised] he instructed her to pull into the closest parking lot due to the fact that her passenger had an outstanding warrant for her arrest. Peshoff [advised] the driver then got back into his vehicle.
Peshoff [advised] she pulled into the parking lot of the Church Of God on Twin City and was once again confronted by the male who once again had his handgun pointed at her and her passenger through the front windshield. Peshoff [advised] she feared that she and her passenger, Jackowski, were going to be shot. Peshoff [advised] that a short time later Groves PD arrived and detained the driver of the truck. Affiant then made contact with the driver of the black truck who was identified as Stephen Louis Hartman, who also had a concealed handgun license and private security identfications. Hartman [advised] he was performing his duties as a private investigator when he discovered Peshoff’s passenger Jackowski had an outstanding warrant for her arrest. Hartman [advised] he was trying to get Peshoff to stop so he could take Jackowski into custody for the warrant but [advised] Peshoff wouldn’t stop at which time he drew his weapon to get her to do so. Affiant then placed Hartman under arrest for Deadly Conduct and due to Hartman committing an offense with a handgun while being a concealed handgun license Holder, Hartman was also [arrested] for Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon. Hartman was then transported to [the] Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office for booking for the above listed offenses. These offenses occurred in Port Arthur, Jefferson County, Texas.
Here is a different offense report from the same incident. CHECK IT OUT!
On the above date and time at the above location, the complainant advised officer that a male white subject brandished a handgun pointing it in her direction which caused her to fear serious bodily injury or death after attempting to run her off the road several times, all in an effort to serve an outstanding warrant on a passenger in her vehicle.
Taken from Hartman was one 9mm Smith & Wesson MP9 handgun loaded with 18 rounds of ammunition.
SO WHAT WAS HARTMAN GOING TO DO WITH THIS LITTLE GIRL ONCE HE GOT HER HAND CUFFED IN THE BACK OF HIS CAR? Rape her would be my guess. He looks like the kind of guy who would do such a thing.
Hartman, or Morgan, if you are reading this we here at the BV Files would love to know what legal authority you had to force those girls off the road – at gun point? So what if one of those girls had a warrant out for her arrest, are you the police? Is it your job to arrest people? What legal authority do you have to arrest people with warrants anyways?
CRIMINAL CHARGE FOR UNLAWFULLY CARRYING A WEAPON
CRIMINAL CHARGE FOR DEADLY CONDUCT
When you are facing certain jail time in a county where you know all of the judges and sheriffs and district attorneys are all against you, who do you turn to for help in getting you out of this jam?
Makes perfect sense to hire a child abusing, drug addict criminal to represent you on your criminal case, right? Good job, Steve Hartman!!
Texas Penal Code Section 22.05 DEADLY CONDUCT.
(a) A person commits an offense if he recklessly engages in conduct that places another in imminent danger of serious bodily injury.
(b) A person commits an offense if he knowingly discharges a firearm at or in the direction of:
(1) one or more individuals; or
(2) a habitation, building, or vehicle and is reckless as to whether the habitation building, or vehicle is occupied.
(c) Recklessness and danger are presumed if the actor knowingly pointed a firearm at or in the direction of another whether or not the actor believed the firearm to be loaded.
(d) For purposes of this section, “building,” “habitation,” and “vehicle” have the meanings assigned those terms by Section 30.01.
(e) An offense under Subsection (a) is a Class A misdemeanor. An offense under Subsection (b) is a felony of the third degree.
DOUBLE FUN FACT:
Texas Penal Code Section 46.02. UNLAWFUL CARRYING WEAPONS (or “UCW”)
(a) A person commits an offense if the person intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries on or about his or her person a handgun, illegal knife, or club if the person is not:
(1) on the person’s own premises or premises under the person’s control; or
(2) inside of or directly en route to a motor vehicle or watercraft that is owned by the person or under the person’s control.
(a-1) A person commits an offense if the person intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries on or about his or her person a handgun in a motor vehicle or watercraft that is owned by the person or under the person’s control at any time in which:
(1) the handgun is in plain view, unless the person is licensed to carry a handgun under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, and the handgun is carried in a shoulder or belt holster; or
(2) the person is:
(A) engaged in criminal activity, other than a Class C misdemeanor that is a violation of a law or ordinance regulating traffic or boating;
(B) prohibited by law from possessing a firearm; or
(C) a member of a criminal street gang, as defined by Section 71.01.
(a-2) For purposes of this section, “premises” includes real property and a recreational vehicle that is being used as living quarters, regardless of whether that use is temporary or permanent. In this subsection, “recreational vehicle” means a motor vehicle primarily designed as temporary living quarters or a vehicle that contains temporary living quarters and is designed to be towed by a motor vehicle. The term includes a travel trailer, camping trailer, truck camper, motor home, and horse trailer with living quarters.
(a-3) For purposes of this section, “watercraft” means any boat, motorboat, vessel, or personal watercraft, other than a seaplane on water, used or capable of being used for transportation on water.
(b) Except as provided by Subsection (c), an offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor.
(c) An offense under this section is a felony of the third degree if the offense is committed on any premises licensed or issued a permit by this state for the sale of alcoholic beverages.
So to put this into words that even Admin Mike (who is as high as a kite on account of his “medical” marijuana usage) can understand:
- Deadly conduct is committed when you point a gun (loaded or unloaded) in the direction of another person.
- Unlawfully carrying a weapon is committed when you are in your car and you have a handgun that is visible to members of the public (i.e. “in plain view”).
- Or you have committed some other crime while you have a handgun in your possession or control.
The big take-away from all of this is: You are allowed to have handguns in your cars in Texas, just so long as they are not readily visible to other people. You do not need a permit to have a gun in Texas in your car. Anyone can do it, just so long as it is kept concealed such as in a glove box or something similar.
And even if it is not in plain view, the UCW statute criminalizes the carrying of a weapon if it is in your vehicle or on your person and either 1) you are committing some other offense (like a DWI) or 2) you are a member of a “criminal street gang.” And, unsurprisingly, you can be convicted of UCW if you are already forbidden by law to be carrying a weapon and a weapon is found on you or your vehicle.
If you are a licensed private investigator, you are allowed to have a visible hand gun in your car but only so long as it is kept in a shoulder or belt holster.
In Texas, you are allowed to have rifles and shotguns in your car that are visible to the public.
FUN FACT: A Class A misdemeanor is punishable by up to one year in the county jail and/or a $4,000 fine, or community service (probation). Any type of conviction WILL result in the loss of ones Private Investigators license.
Hartman’s next court date is February 23, 2017, in the Jefferson County Court at Law Number Three in Beaumont, Texas.
Despite this being Hartman’s second arrest for committing acts of violence, Hartman is still listed as an employee of Klein Investigations. Not surprising since Philip Klein is a criminal in his own right.
In case anyone has forgotten, Hartman filed a LOLsuit against American Hero & Honorary Admin of the BV Files Texas State Judge Layne Walker. Briefs have been filed by both sides. However, Morgan asked that he be allowed to orally argue the case in person to the court. Here is their response below. CHECK IT OUT!
Guess the Justices have no desire for Morgan to have a platform for his personal insults and ad hominem attacks. A decision is expected in mid-February, about a month from now.
But never one to leave well-enough alone….
Rebekah Lynn Wells (DOB June 13, 1976) of Apt. 104, 7785 Esmeralda Way, Naples, FL 34109-0700 turns out to be a BIG SUPPORTER of REVENGE PORNOGRAPHY and the SEXUAL BLACKMAIL of little girls (and some men). In fact, she is also a big participant having posed online for nude photos and sex videos not just once, but twice over the years! And now she is complaining about it to of all people Philip Klein of Klein Investigations & Consulting based out of a shack in Nederland, Texas.
Guess she forgets about Klein’s own involvement in blackmail scams.
Wells and her other friend Hollie Toups teamed up with James McGibney (who we don’t like) to cyber-stalk and hack into the email account of a young man who had the temerity to disagree with Wells and Toups. CHECK IT OUT!
And exactly how did this person disagree with Wells and Toups? See for yourself below!
All the guy did was disagree with a petition that was being passed around online. So Wells and her “hard hittin’ crew” of child pornographers and blackmail artists (i.e. the McGibney Gang) decided to try to ‘dox’ this guy and cyber-stalk him and his family.
Yet Wells and her crew want you to think that they are the victims.
Rebekah Wells and her “hard hittin’ crew” have teamed up with a known child abusing drug addict by the name of…. John Morgan, attorney out of Beaumont, Texas! Well, isn’t that interesting. CHECK IT OUT!
THIS WILL NEVER NOT BE FUNNY….
Looks to me like victory decided to be with somebody else instead, McStupid. CHECK IT OUT!
Tell us again, McGibney, how you are ‘winning’, please.
CALIFORNIA SEX OFFENDERS….
IN THE VIAVIEW / DERIC LOSTUTTER CRIMINAL CASE…
As many of you are aware, Lostutter filed the latest in a series of LOLsuits against random people on the internet who say mean things about Lostutter (like how his wife is a drug addict and a prostitute – which is 100% VERIFIED, by the way). The federal judge who is handling that case in North Carolina has taken under advisement a defense motion to dismiss the case for lack of jurisdiction.
In Lostutter’s criminal case (in which he plead GUILTY to TWO federal felonies) some people have written letters both for and against Lostutter. Here are some. CHECK IT OUT!
PRO TIP: Letters of “support” written by people who have never met the defendant are of little value.
Here is a letter written by someone who does not like Lostutter. CHECK IT OUT!
So what does Alayna think of all this drama on her supposed behalf? Who knows.
But she does love taking selfies!
WHO IS JAMES SMITH….
According to John Morgan and Philip Klein, there is a mysterious person known as “James Smith” who is apparently causing Morgan and Klein some headaches by being mean to them. Apparently Morgan has figured out who this person is. CHECK IT OUT!
Two weeks later after filing the above pleading, Morgan changes his mind and says that “James Smith” is actually someone entirely different than what he originally says.
Klein posts over on his SE Texas Political Review blog today (Jan 8, 2017) this statement that “James Smith” is really some well-known local attorney in Beaumont and not Retzlaff or Sparks at all!
But like James McGibney before him (who we don’t like) Morgan just cannot seem to make up his mind as to who exactly is threatening him with death, which seems very weird.
Philip Klein is a drug addict. We have told you this before. But what you do not also know is that Klein hates the FBI. Which is surprising, because Klein likes to Tweet and blog about them like they are some kind of magical spell. Which is exactly like McGibney.