Detective Steve Bohling; Affidavit

Detective Steve Bohling; Affidavit   Detective Steve Bohling, Britton affidavit

Detective Steve Bohling, Britton Affidavit

Detective Steve Bohling, Britton Affidavit, Kyle Brennan Legal Case

Detective Steve Bohling Affidavit

Kyle’s Bank Statement

Kyle Brennan's bank statement

Kyles’s Last Phonecalls

Kyle Brennan's Phone Bill
Kyle Brennan's last Phone Calls

Scientology “SEC Check”

SEC Check in Scientology-The handling of Kyle Brennan

A Scientology Privilege Log, the death of Kyle Brennan
Kyle Brennan Investigation, Scientology Privilege Log

Excerpt from the Deposition of Tom Brennan

Tom Brennan discusses Kyle's Medication

Scientologist Tom Brennan Deposition Excerpt

Excerpt from the Deposition of Victoria Britton

Detective Steve Bohling information, Kyle Brennan Legal Case

Detective Steve Bohling, Attorney Luke Lirot, Scientology, Kyle 001

Detective Steve Bohling, Kyle Brennan, Luke Lirot, Scientology, Clearwater, Page 2, letter to Bohling 001

Luke Lirot, Kyle Brennan, Clearwater, 001

“The Kyle Brennan investigation was merely a box to be checked on the way to a foregone conclusion in which only the victim is to blame.” 

Truth is a necessary virtue that helps to keep society and communities safe, strong, and cohesive. Without it, we lose direction, and our society becomes dysfunctional and chaotic. The public acceptance of blatant lying and perjury by those we’ve placed in positions of power should never be tolerated.

Concerning police officers who commit perjury and obstruct justice: the public will give an officer the benefit of the doubt. We expect them to be truthful. There needs to be accountability of the harshest measure for any member of law enforcement who commits perjury and obstructs justice. When an officer lies-lives are ruined, justice is not served, and in criminal cases, the guilty go free while the innocent suffer.

Truth is what drives our judicial system. If people do not come forward and tell the truth, we have no hope of making the judicial system work. If someone knowingly tells a lie under oath during an investigation it is every prosecutor’s duty to respond by investigating. The only way to preserve public trust is to respond to corruption.

In the end, all of this—the lies, the mishandling of information, 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.

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