Two Houston cops indicted for homicide, in case of gang stalking no-knock raid that killed two: gang stalker BINGO

What is organized gang stalking?

In a classic case of gang stalking gone wrong, a likely drug task force snitch provides phony information to cops who get a phony warrant, and then murder two homeowners in cold blood,
after stalking them.

Then,the Supreme High Orders of Sooper Seekrit Police go into CYA damage control mode,siccing their Pit dog police union thug Joe Gamaldi on critics bythreatening journalists, and others that they will be individually targeted BY THE POLICE should they criticize this police state action, it is revealed that the cops themselves purchased, and planted dope in the house to create a false narrative.

It just doesnt get much “gang stalkier” than this story-get out the ROGS Bingo card:

1-“the gang stalkers will move in next door to you,” meaning that these snitches on the police chain will then let cops use the home for stake outs, and wiretappung, and other shenanigans
2- “the gang stalkers will tell your neighbors….” that you are a prostitute, a pedophile, a drug dealer, etc.
3-“the only three possible outcomes of gang stalking are that you will be incarcerated, institutionalized, or dead.”
4-the gang stalkers will wage a slander campaign in your neighborhood
5-people who are under threats from gang stalkers feel a need to protect themselves, etc.

First, the two corrupt gang banging cops are indicted, after a case where cops,working with a likely informant poses as the mother of a “victim” and gets two people murdered.

Then, take a look at this story below to weed through the webs of lies that led a racialized police force to murder two people in cold blood(the cops, and their informants are K4 identities, whereas the suspects killed in cold blood are white).

Use ROGS Analysis, and my free BINGO card to note that this is a 100% ROGS BINGO.

Who is the 911 caller in the Harding Street raid?
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Patricia Ann Garcia Harding Street raid 911 caller: do snitches still get stitches, in the modern due process free DVIC policing era? I sure hope so.

Patricia Ann Garcia was arrested on federal charges Wednesday morning in connection with the deadly drug raid that killed two people.
HOUSTON — The 911 caller arrested in the Harding Street raid, Patricia Ann Garcia, has a long criminal history dating back to 1984, KHOU 11 Investigates has learned. Among the arrests was one by the same narcotics squad involved in the raid.

Garcia, 52, was arrested this morning and appeared in federal court this afternoon in connection with the deadly January raid that left two people dead.

She was a new name in the ongoing investigation that’s resulted in a felony murder charge for former Houston police officer Gerald Goines and new federal charges for Goines and former officer Steven Bryant.

Garcia is a convicted felon whose recent arrests include one by Houston police in 2013 for possession of cocaine. Garcia was convicted and sentenced to 60 days in jail.

The arrest stemmed from an investigation by Narcotics Squad 15, according to an HPD incident report.

Neither Bryant nor Goines were the arresting officers in that case, but they were members of the squad in 2013, according to court documents. The Harris County District Attorney is currently reviewing hundreds of the squad’s cases.

She was also convicted of felony theft in 1995. The rest of her long rap sheet is misdemeanors — five thefts, an assault of a family member in 2013, four driving while license suspended, with the last one in 2016 and one possession of marijuana.

The only other interaction with HPD she had was in 2002 for one of the driving while license suspended arrests.

Garcia lived just a few houses away on Harding Street where the raid resulted in the deaths of Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas, as well as injuries to other Houston police officers.
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Dennis Tuttle, 59, and Rhogena Nicholas, 58
Photo by: HPD/KHOU
Dennis Tuttle, 59, and Rhogena Nicholas, 58

READ MORE: Man killed in Harding Street raid was shot 9 times, autopsy report says

The charges against Garcia allege she conveyed false information by making several fake 911 calls. Specifically, on Jan. 8, she allegedly made several calls claiming her daughter was inside the Harding Street location.

According to the indictment, Garcia added that the residents of the home were addicts and drug dealers and that they had guns, including machine guns, inside the home. The charges allege none of Garcia’s claims were true.

Garcia faces a five years in prison for conveying false information.

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