Marlon Brock
About Marlon Brock
I am a retired Federal Law Enforcement Officer (HR 218) having worked 21 & 1/2 years with the Federal Bureau of Prisons and private corrections. While in the FBOP I was an officer, records technician, paralegal trainee, Inmate Systems Manager, Correctional Programs Specialist, Introduction to Supervision Lead Instructor, Acting Associate Warden on numerous occasions, Duty Officer, and the Hostage Negotiations Team Leader. I was involved in a number of prison disturbances (riots) and flew the real "Con Air." Today I am a part time videographer/photographer and an aspiring writer. I love writing and being given the opportunity to post some articles on www.policestateusa.com is a chance of a lifetime for me.

Trooper opens fire on minivan full of kids; faces no charges

March 3, 2014 Marlon Brock 2

TAOS, NM — A Tennessee family on vacation in New Mexico ended up being shot at by by state troopers after a vehicular moving violation went awry. What’s more, the trooper who opened fire on them is facing no charges, and has many supporters demanding he be put back on the streets with a badge and a gun.