The longer I live and the more I learn, the more I’m prone to believe that much of what passes for government is nothing more than organized crime, at the federal, state and local levels. Timothy Daniel Japhet is one of those individuals involved in the corruption, it appears, as he is not only a licensed Texas attorney, but also a federally-appointed immigration magistrate who was busted for smuggling in illegal aliens into the US.
Constable Jimmy Fullen made the announcement on his Facebook page:
A licensed Texas attorney and Federally appointed immigration magistrate was recently arrested in Kinney County, Texas for Smuggling of a human and resisting arrest. Great job Deputy Gonzalez and Troopers who were on scene assisting.
While Japhet said the men were just hitchhikers and needed a ride to work, all the men were soaking wet, indicating they had probably just crossed the river into the US. He said he offered a ride to one man and three more immediately jumped in the back of the car.
Additionally, he claims that he wanted to get pulled over because the men in his car made him nervous. Yet, Japhet passed several officers who were busy with other arrests.
What’s interesting is that Japhet was the attorney that pointed out during the whole George Floyd fiasco that the man we were told was George Floyd had died in Texas several years prior.
Timothy D. Japhet, Attorney at Law: “I was George Floyd’s lawyer; Dumbasses can’t even pick a good fake dead guy.”
“Now is the time to get mad… Now is the time to approach your leaders and ask them how much more before they stand up and fight for us I have never mentioned anything but facts witnessed with my own eyes. I saw the vacant tents set up around the hospitals for the sick that never came. I watched as businesses closed to a hoax. I saw bodies removed from homes Because they were too afraid to go to the hospital because of quarantine. I saw Our leaders shred the constitution that elected them.
Now I saw a black man who i played college football against allegedly killed on camera 30 years later…but guess what….They messed up…that’s not the same guy. I remember this guy and he died a few years ago right here in Corpus Christi.
I was his lawyer;…..Dumbasses can’t even pick a good fake dead guy.
Back when he played it was Texas A&I, It was the original junior college for kids who couldn’t get into the major schools. This guy and Johnny Bailey played together. I played for Abilene Christian University as a walk on. I was not good and didn’t last a few cuts each year. My freshman year we played them in Abilene, Johnny Bailey single-handedly beat us on two toss sweeps and a punt return. Sadly, He abruptly passed after a stellar year with the Chicago Bears.
However, The name of the man they are using who died? He died here in Corpus Christi three years ago. He did play for Texas A&I and he did live on the streets here and he did die here. However He didn’t die in Minnesota.
To top it off I was his Court Appointed Guardian Ad Litem before he passed at Spohn Memorial. …..Before he died me and him talked about that game with Johnny Bailey and Abilene Christian and Texas A&I in 1989.
So What I’m telling you is that the man they claim who died in Minneapolis at the hands of the police did not die there……that man died in Corpus Christi, TX in Christus Spohn Memorial ICU with me as his Guardian Ad Litem and he is buried at the paupers cemetery in Flour Bluff. His sister flew down here from Minnesota saying she was going to give him a proper burial but she never came back officially. Though since then that body could’ve been removed, Nobody keeps too much of an account of the cemetery anyhow.
So now what are we gonna do about this?”
Olivia Rondeau points out:
According to the Texas Bar website, Japhet is listed as still “eligible to practice,” and has been licensed since 2003. He primarily practices out of Corpus Christi and his specialties include business, environmental, government/administrative, and energy resource law. Immigration law is not listed as one of his practices. He graduated from South Texas College of Law in 1998.
Become an insider!
Sign up to get breaking alerts from Sons of Liberty Media.