Recall that in January, 2002, an employee of the Bexar County Sheriff's department, Tammy Johnson, came to my home and asked me a substantial number of questions.
I now understand the questions were to determine my vulnerability as a targeted victim.
She even loaned me a camcorder to record the ongoing abuse. When I told her of my first successful recording of the ongoing SAPD helicopter terroristic flyovers, she couldn't get to my home fast enough to view the recording. She acted shocked and said that she didn't think I was going to be able to record the helicopter and then she left with the camcorder - but a blank tape inside. I switched tapes, not trusting her after the way she acted. I called her later and asked to borrow the camcorder to transfer the tape to a videotape to take to the San Antonio Police Chief, not trusting Internal Affairs anymore. She refused.
She came to my home one more time. She told me she had bad news. She stated to me "They are going to kill you". "They" representing the terroristic stalking/mobbing network. She told me I needed to write my will and to sign my house over to her so that my pets would not be harmed. I refused. I had already paid her $2000 in cash at my bank out of the $10,000 requested to stop the terroristic stalking. She left angry. Later she called. She requested again that I pay her $10,000. I refused. She asked me if I knew about the woman who had been killed by two rottweilers. I said yes. (For the reader's information, a couple, who owned two Neapolitan mastiffs, hated their neighbor, a single attractive college educated woman. They would encourage their large dogs to act aggressively towards their neighbor who they hated so much until one day the dogs attacked and killed their neighbor). Bexar County Sheriff's Dep't employee, Tammy Johnson, then said "That should have been you those rottweilers killed. You are so passive you deserve to die".
What she knew but you the reader does not know is that I have scarring on part of my upper lip and under my chin where I was bitten in the face when I was a child by the neighbor's dog and I was terrified for years of dogs I did not know until I learned quite a bit about dog behavior. I am a strong advocate for owning a dog and adopting that dog from the city pound where personally I feel the irresponsible owners should be, not the pets they treated like trash.
Since then there was a brief news article in the San Antonio Express News about her. On January 22, 2005, she was stopped @2:35am for driving 65mph in a 50mph zone. She was the second Bexar County Sheriff's deputy charged with a DWI for that month. The officer who stopped her also noted a smell from the car raising his suspicion of the use of an illicit drug.
Her supervisor in the Bexar County Sheriff's Department was at that time Amadeo Ortiz, the brother of then SAPD Police Chief Albert Ortiz.
The Bexar County Sheriff is Ralph Lopez. He was with SAPD for 34 years before retiring and becoming Bexar County Sheriff.
In an San Antonio Express News article August 3, 2007, author Ken Rodriguez stated that Detective Keith "Alfaro proclaims his innocence" and quoted another officer as saying "He felt his safety and the safety of his family was threatened." Law enforcement has all the needed answers and resources to cover up what happened.