Sanctuary Sally’s Austin Police Officer Husband Beat An Illegal Alien While On Duty

 

How can Ms. I-Will-Protect-Illegal-Aliens say with a straight face that she will make Austin a safe harbor for those here by non-legal means, when 4 years into her marriage to CURRENT husband Doroteo “Ted” Salas Hernandez Jr., while she was an investigator for the Travis County District Attorney, Ted’s fellow officers accused him of beating Mr. Rosales so badly that the jail refused to allow the prisoner to be processed and sent him to receive medical attention?  

So Sally Hernandez is telling Travis County voters that she is going to make a difference, and help…who? Oh yes – the very people Ted Hernandez has terrorized and abused. Ted was arrested for family violence and then in the year he married Ms. Sally Irene Riedle Wooten Whitley Whitley Whitley Best Hernandez, Ted was arrested again, but for violating the protective order his victim (and former spouse, and mother of one of his children). A few years later, he does this…and all while “serving” as an Austin Police Officer.
CASTILLO VS CITY OF AUSTI
Filed Date
11/18/1997

THE LINK TO THE STORY:

http://amarillo.com/stories/2001/08/27/tex_ofbeating.shtml#.V9rfcDQ8LCS

 

Plain text cut and paste of article as it appears online:

Police officer accused of beating was fired before
Posted: Monday, August 27, 2001

The Associated Press
AUSTIN (AP) – A police officer accused by colleagues of beating a handcuffed prisoner last week was fired in 1997 after his arrest on charges of domestic violence and violating a protective order.

Austin officer Doroteo “Ted” Hernandez appealed his firing and was back in uniform six months after the criminal charges against him were dropped, the Austin American-Statesman reported Sunday.

According to disciplinary records the newspaper obtained, the civil service arbitrator who gave Hernandez his job back ordered the officer to seek counseling, visit a department psychologist and stay out of trouble.

According to the disciplinary records, San Marcos police arrested Hernandez at his home in January 1996 after receiving reports of a domestic dispute. Hernandez was charged with assault and family violence with bodily injury.

Hernandez was fired after he was arrested again in October 1996 on charges of repeatedly violating his now ex-wife’s restraining order against him.

Hernandez, 40, a six-year veteran, now faces accusations from other officers that he repeatedly struck a handcuffed but combative Fernando Rosales on Aug. 17 while trying to force the drunken driving suspect into the patrol car.

Rosales, who is from Monterrey, Mexico, was taken to Brackenridge Hospital with head and facial wounds.

 

From the district clerk’s online records (at https://www.traviscountytx.gov/district-clerk/online-case-information):

Cause Number D-1-GN-03-002984
Case Status CLOSED
Style ROSALES VS AUSTIN
Filed Date 8/15/2003
Hearing Date February 28, 2005 09:00 AM

DEFENDANT     JANE DOE                               SANDERS ROBIN

DEFENDANT     CITY OF AUSTIN                   SANDERS ROBIN

DEFENDANT     TOM OWENS
DEFENDANT     DANNY JOHNSON
                               BURNETT MICHAEL                              
                               LEONARD RAY

DEFENDANT      DOROTEO HERNANDEZ
DEFENDANT      AUSTIN POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                DOYLE JAMES D

PLAINTIFF          FERNANDO ROSALES

 

 

By the way – this law enforcement power couple has another fun item that kinda fits in here as well. Cause Number D-1-GN-97-012978; CASTILLO VS CITY OF AUSTIN; Filed 11/18/1997  (Search for it at https://www.traviscountytx.gov/district-clerk/online-case-information).  Ted was part of a group of APD officers who sued the city for “back pay” owed to bilingual officers.  I’m impressed that Ted had the time for work AND court appearances that year.

 

Cause Number  D-1-GN-97-012978
Case Status  CLOSED
Style  CASTILLO VS CITY OF AUSTIN
Filed Date  11/18/1997
Hearing Date  —
Attorney Type Full/Business Name First Name Middle Name Last Name
SMITH DAVID ALLAN DEFENDANT CITY OF AUSTIN
PLAINTIFF DEBBIE TREVINO
PLAINTIFF JOVITA LOPEZ
PLAINTIFF ERIC MORENO
PLAINTIFF JAMES CASTRO
PLAINTIFF CHRIS G VALLEJO
PLAINTIFF ADRIAN DURAN
PLAINTIFF GERARDO MOLINA
PLAINTIFF DOROTEO S HERNANDEZ
PLAINTIFF RAFAEL GUTIERREZ
PLAINTIFF LUIS DELGADO
PLAINTIFF GUSTAVO BARRERA
PLAINTIFF MARY ANN STONE
ADKINS D PHILLIP PLAINTIFF MICHAEL CASTILLO

 

COMING UP NEXT: LIES SALLY TELLS, TRUTHS SALLY AVOIDS – I’ll show you how in her own publicly released, very own approved statements, this unqualified and unethical pretender to the throne misleads you, the citizens and voters of Travis County.

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Did Your Spouse Pay These Guys To Hack Your Email Password?

http://m.motherjones.com/mojo/2014/01/fbi-charge-five-us-citizens-hacking-6000-email-accounts

Lest we forget, it doesn’t take Spy vs Spy techniques or elaborate techno surveillance to get all up into your business. Brute force, lucky guesses and a list of the most common passwords just might do the trick. And thats assuming you don’t allow your browser to “remember” you and save your login info!

Even if your beloved can’t guess your password – and it’s still illegal to access your private, password protected accounts – he probably DOES know the answers to your security questions. Your mom’s maiden name, your first pet, your favorite teacher’s name or what your first car was, are far from top secret information.

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