Texas Attorney General to Dallas Police Department: You Have Ten Business Days To Give To FMI Video Of Bomb Squad Robot Used To Blow Up Marxist Terrorist...Or Else

On July 7, 2016, Micah Xavier Johnson--a black Marxist terrorist who wanted to murder White people--cowardly ambushed officers of the Dallas Police Department.  Five officers were killed, nine officers were wounded, and two civilians were wounded.  The Dallas Police Department killed Johnson by strapping a pound of C4 explosives to a bomb squad robot, driving the robot right up to Johnson, and blowing him up.

On July 10, 2016, FMI Attorney Kyle Bristow, who has significant experience with filing open record act requests, sent a Public Information Act request to the Dallas Police Department to request any and all video and audio footage from the bomb squad robot as it drove up to Johnson to justifiably dispatch him to Hell.

Attorneys representing the Dallas Police Department objected to FMI's record request and sought intervention from the Texas Attorney General, but to no avail:  the Texas Attorney General released a twenty-two page report on October 7, 2016, which explains why the Dallas Police Department has no basis by which to not provide the requested records to FMI.

The Dallas Police Department, however, did not honor the Texas Attorney General's written opinion, and on February 28, 2017, Bristow sent to the Dallas Police Department and Texas Attorney General a request that the records be produced.  On March 21, 2017, the Texas Attorney General sent a letter to the Dallas Police Department in which a civil enforcement action is threatened if the records are not provided to FMI within ten business days.  The deadline is April 4, 2017.

FMI will publish on its website the video and audio footage of R2D2C4's triumphant last moments when it is made available.

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