The Worm Has Turned
Many stories have been written about Wagoner County and the massive corruption in the sheriff, County Commissioners office, and in the District Attorneys office. One in particular was the Tyler Paulsen case, where a young hard working businessman had County Commissioner James Hanning attempt to embezzle him out of his property and then use the power of his office, the Wagoner County Sheriff Chris Elliot's office, and the District Attorneys office to rail road the young man into prisons to prevent him from recovering his assets in a civil case.
You can read the stories in our archives starting with this story on October 6th 2019. The case kept spreading and mutating like the disease it was. Eventually the original charges were dismissed after the Sooner Tea Party newsletter published part of a taped conversation between an attorney and the Assistant District Attorney (ADA) that filed the original charges that underlaid the fraudulent charges that both Wagoner County and Mayes County tried to use to railroad the young man. On the tape the ADA named Eric Jordan admitted that he thought the original “victim” was unreliable and crazy, but like many of these cases it lead to the defendant pleading to a deal to avoid the cost of defending himself.
Then earlier this year the entire plea deal and charges were dismissed due to lack of jurisdiction.
December 14, 2020 at 09:00PM
| The Worm has Turned
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