Clearwater Police Department; information and documents 

 Detective Stephen Bohling of the Clearwater, Florida Police Department was the lead investigator looking into the extremely suspicious death of Kyle Brennan. His investigation, however, was careless, sloppy, and perjurious. Many quandaries went unanswered, and witnesses ( Denise Miscavige, husband Gerald Gentile, and Tom Brennan) who’d contradicted themselves walked away without further questioning. The result of Detective Bohling’s fraudulent behavior was a miscarriage of justice. In the end, the lies, the mishandling of information, and the obstruction of justice came at the expense of a twenty-year-old college student whose existence to the corrupt powers-that-be in Clearwater, Florida, was absolutely meaningless.

Affidavit;Detective Stephen Bohling

Kyle’s Computer; A Tangled Web (part 1 & II)

Tom Brennan; Computer Incompetence or Incompetent Lying?

Clearwater Police Department-Steve Bohling, Kyle Brennan's Computer CWP Report Excerpt 001

Clearwater Police Report excerpt interview with Gerald Gentile about Kyle Brennan's computer 001

Exhibit 3, Agent Barbara Mendez-Kyle Brennan case 001

Exhibit 3, Deposition of Agent Mendez-Kyle Brennan Case 001

Agent Barbara Mendez, Detective Stephen Bohling, Scientology, 001

Clearwater Police Department-Corruption exposed- Agent Barbara Mendez, FDLE 001.jpg

FDLE Agent Barbara Mendez, Clearwater Police detective Stephen Bohling, Computer 001.jpg

Declaration of Mia Brennan, 002

Declaration of Mia Brennan,Page 2 001

Declaration of Mia Brennan, 001

Mia Brennan Declaration, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, 001

Deposition Excerpt of Detective Stephen Bohling 

Detective Steve Bohling makes a slip-thirty-five documents

Clearwater Police detective Steve Bohling, Kyle Brennan's computer date 001.jpg

Clearwater Police detective Steve Bohling deposition excerpt-Kyle Brennan's computer

When Detective Bohling was deposed by Attorney Dandar, the detective“forgot” what he had written in his Clearwater Police Department Report—that Kyle’s computer, following Kyle’s death, was accessed for the first time on Sunday, February 18. Why would the detective write down that this fairly important incident took place on Sunday, February 18, instead of on Saturday, February 17—despite being told to the contrary by two of the defendants, Denise Miscavige and Gerald Gentile?

A Tangled Web; Scientology & Clearwater Police Dept. (part IV)

Kyle Brennan's computer 009