|Wagoner Cty D.A. Jack Thorpe
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Young Tyler Paulsen caught Wagoner County Commissioner James Hanning sending materials purchased from Lowes to his personal house for a remodel, demands to see the books and the operating agreement of the partnership, and Commissioner Hanning conspires with Wagoner County Prosecutors office to railroad Tyler on fake gun charges.
Tyler had a run in with the law, the original prosecutor Eric Jordan is the man on this audio tape that is representing Commissioner Hanning in the civil embezzlement/settlement case and Jordan was also the prosecutor on the original felony case where Tyler was framed by his ex. Drugged one night, waking up outside on the deck of his house while SWAT stormed his home. Jordan admits the evidence was weak and the witness Vanessa unreliable, so he cuts a plea deal for Tyler and Tyler accepts on the condition that his gun rights are not affected. A deferred judgement, Tyler pays off the supervisor fees to the D.A. office and they tell him not to bother coming back, he is done.
Hanning finds out about a speeding/driving with an expired license ticket, one that Tyler had already paid the fine and the case was closed, but Hanning got his buddies in two County Prosecutors offices to re open the case and charge Tyler three times with being a felon in possession. During all of this the original judge revisited the case and found he had no jurisdiction so he dismissed the original case declaring the case void ab initio, void from the beginning, as never having existed because the charges were out of his jurisdiction. Two of the felon in possession were dismissed in Wagoner County under Judge Shook but the Mayes County charges continued despite the case the felony was predicated upon being void! They forced Tyler into a plea deal, he had custody of his daughter and couldn't risk going to trial. Oklahoma prosecutors, officers of the court and state officials, and County officials conspire to strip this young man of his assets and his freedom.
The recorded phone call was released after Tyler's attorney realized that his client was being railroaded and couldn't be helped by the court system. In deposition in May of this year, Wagoner County D.A. Jack Thorpe and Creek County lead prosecutor Eric Jordan refused to admit what was said on this tape despite having a transcript of the tape in evidence. In the end Tyler is about to lose about 1.5 million dollars of property after a seven year court battle fighting Wagoner County Commissioner James Hanning and the various corrupt District Attorneys.
A receiver appointed to preserve the assets of the partnership has eaten up most of the rent deposits the past seven years and ran up a $350,000 bill according to the phone call that was taped. This money has to be paid out when the properties are sold at sheriff auction for pennies on the dollar, leaving Tyler with none of the over half million in cash that he invested years ago.
|Jack Thorpe Wagoner Cty D.A.
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