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Kill Pete? You Be The Judge

Contra Costa Watch - Tragedies, Arson and Corruption 
Kill Pete? You Be The Judge

Back in 2000 was the beginning of one of many CNET Tactical Campaigns run on me. The Danville Police pulled out their Civil Rights Violation Handbook and turned the page to "How to violate the constitution without being caught!"

They then unleashed then Norman Wielsch who was the then supreme Commander of Contra Costa Narcotics Enforcement Taskforce with pals Chris Bulter, Norman Wielsch, Louis Lombardi and Stephen Tanabe plus many others far too many incidents have occurred.

I actually have over one hundred police reports or incidents going back to 1980, on July 20th, 2011 I was blinded via another vehicle where in seconds I'm being pushed into oncoming traffic but turned a hard right into the traffic island.

But that was the seventy vehicle destroyed since Chris Butler arrived at my house in Sept 2004.

In Mid August 2004 my F-250 truck bursts into flames, all over my blog I've mentioned this accident saying it was arson. My oil plug was down 2 1/2 turns flowing out like Chocolate Milk.

A month later Gary Vinson Collins is beating me in my house. Collins was actually a building inspector for the Town of Danville, then the Kinder Morgan Gas Pipeline Explosion, then Alicia Driscoll kills her daughter near Petaluma CA, then the key witness to that fire dies, then I nearly die from what I've said was poison.

Ten years later (2014) on June 5th, July 2nd and July 26th there were three distinct attempts to run me down. In the middle a good friends tires were shot out with I'm suspecting was SABOT round. The only information available is the insurance company held his totaled car for nearly 45 days. That would be long enough for FBI forensics to analyze a tire where the tire was gone - not ripped up from a blowout but completely gone.


COLLINS, VINSON A. Member of the Ku Klux Klan KKK

Known KKK associate connected to Gary Vinson Collins the former now deceased Town of Danville CA.  The name is from days gone by but there are lynching committees in Contra Costa County.  The inner circle of conspirators is about to be outed. 


COLLINS, VINSON A. (1867–1966). Vinson Collins, attorney and legislator, was born near Honey Island, Texas, on March 1, 1867, to Warren J. and Eboline (Valentine) Collins. After graduating from Sam Houston State Normal College (now Sam Houston State University) in 1893, Collins taught for six years in Grand Saline and studied law in his spare time. He passed the bar examination in 1901 and opened a law practice in Beaumont. During three terms in the Texas Senate (1910–14, 1916–17) he supported prohibition, woman suffrage,qqv and an eight-hour workday. In 1913 he wrote the state's first workmen's compensation laws. He was defeated by Martin Dies, Sr., in a subsequent race for the United States House of Representatives. Although he was a member of the Ku Klux Klan, Collins entered the 1924 gubernatorial election without securing support from the Klan hierarchy. In the absence of official backing, he fought a bitter, unsuccessful campaign against the official Klan candidate, Felix D. Robertsonqv. Collins was among the many Texas Democrats who bolted from the party rather than endorse Alfred E. Smith during the 1928 presidential race. He served on the board of regents for state teachers' colleges from 1935 to 1950. He maintained an active law practice in Dallas, Beaumont, and Livingston until his retirement in 1957. He first married Lizzie Hopkins, who died in 1900; he later married Nannie Kuykendall of Grand Saline. Collins died in Dallas on July 5, 1966, and was survived by six children. He was buried at Livingston.

Norman D. Brown, Hood, Bonnet, and Little Brown Jug: Texas Politics, 1921–1928 (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1984). Dallas Morning News, July 6, 1966.
Robert Wooster


The following, adapted from the Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition, is the preferred citation for this article.
Robert Wooster, "COLLINS, VINSON A.," Handbook of Texas Online(, accessed December 10, 2013. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

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