8:46 am My already low battery is draining while in my pocket.
7:05 am I have been charging my devices at night and waking up to a low battery. My device is at 24%& was fully charged last night.
Metro PCS crimes and cover-up, as well as Waco FBI. https://youtu.be/E0GP9DiPQqc?si=MA3Qwfz2uMcU8x04
Waco FBI P2 Punishment, a criminal trespass for reporting corruption.
A sheriff came to investigate staff at Hillsboro TX Jail for misconduct and other crimes when I was there on false charges in 2018.
Removed trying to get a protection order for the 5th time. https://youtu.be/6XsCLFo3C64?si=klBOtue_L2pYJZs8
2 times at Frank Crowley
2 times at George Allen
The Texas Law Regarding Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution
The Texas Penal Code, in Section 38.05, makes it a violation of the law to engage in certain intentional acts for the purpose of hindering the arrest, prosecution, conviction or punishment of another person, including the detention, adjudication or disposition of a minor charged with delinquent conduct. The prohibited actions include:
Harboring or concealing the subject of the arrest or detention
Providing a means of escape, or aiding in the escape of such a person
Warning another of their impending discovery or apprehension
Hindering apprehension or prosecution is customarily charged as a Class A misdemeanor, with penalties of up to one year in jail and/or $4,000 in fines. However, if the person you are protecting or whose apprehension or prosecution you are hindering has been charged with or convicted of a felony, you can also be charged with a *felony.