On June 28, 2009, a grave miscarriage of justice occurred. A group of bar patrons became enraged that they should be held accountable to the same standards as all other bar patrons throughout the state of Texas. Activists, some who were patrons, but many who were not, set out to create a propaganda campaign to grab national media and political attention. They sought to use an ordinary bar check as a platform to advance an unrelated agenda. Many well-meaning individuals, believing that they were throwing their support behind an engine seeking to further gay rights, were instead sucked into a whirlpool of misinformation.

As a result, nine honorable commissioned peace officers came to be the target of public outcry. The group of activists and their followers who coalesced against these officers did not come together based on righteous fact, however. Instead, they fed on hearsay-based hysteria, assumptions and flat-out fabrications. While the officers, whose livelihoods hang in the balance, eagerly await the conclusion of various investigations, the voices of those who would seek to destroy them has reached a fever pitch. It’s time to bring that pitch back down to a low rumble.


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