Archive for the ‘Cops’ Category

I’ve been busy as hell working, spending time with family and writing for Breach Bang Clear lately, and haven’t been able to spend much time on my blog. Since I’ve been such a lazy slug here, I thought I’d share some essays I’ve recently written for BB&C, plus one media story I contributed to. This […]


This was published today on Breach Bang Clear. _________________________________________________ Last week, former Air Force Security Policeman Andy Brown released his book Warnings Unheeded. Brown’s book is an account of his response to the 1994 Fairchild Air Force Base mass shooting, and the story of a B-52 crash at the same base just days later. If you’re a […]


On September 12, the Washington Post published an article by Radley Balko titled West Virginia cop fired for not killing a man with an unloaded gun. Balko is author of a book titled Rise of the Warrior Cop; the Militarization of America’s Police Forces, and frequently writes about police misconduct. His WP article was about a police […]


I’ve finally released my third novel, Safe From the War, as an ebook on Amazon. Print and audio versions to follow (hopefully soon). This book is the prequel to Line in the Valley, and explains what my protagonist Jerry Nunez experienced in Houston before he was sent to fight on the Texas border. In one […]


This was published Sunday on Breach Bang Clear. Rather than posting part of it here and asking you to follow the link and finish reading it on Breach Bang Clear, I’ll just post the link. Explaining the Unexplainable; The Tamir Rice Shooting Please let me know what you think. Thanks guys. Chris Hernandez is a […]


Early last Thanksgiving morning, a longtime troublemaker tore out of a bar parking lot in Paradise, California. His headlights were off and he almost hit several bar patrons as he sped away. The troublemaker was, not surprisingly, drunk. Paradise police officer Patrick Feaster was parked near the bar, saw the drunk flee the parking lot, […]


There are actually several reasons. 1) Have we not realized yet that just because someone is named Ahmed, that doesn’t mean they’re a threat, or sympathize with those who are threats? Here’s a news flash: in every place we’ve fought Muslims, we’ve had Muslim allies. There are some Muslims who hate ISIS or Al Qaeda […]