Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Retired Texas Inspector General shares 20 years of experience with Texas Youth Commission

By Duane Stuart, Backgate Website

 With over 20 years service with the Texas Youth Commission, Randal Chance writes about corruption, poor management, and gives his two cents on how it should be fixed. Some of what he has to say is eye opening, yet not surprising. The book is a great read from cover to cover and sheds light on some of the most horrendous management practices anywhere. We thank Mr. Chance for allowing us to preview the book.

 An excerpt from “Carnal Society”:
“The justice system has become a dynasty of corruption and cover-up of abuses that allows mistreatment of those that the system should protect and allows the ‘raping of the public’ by rogue officials.”

“I hope readers will become aware of the real truth and not rumors after reading through my book,” says Chance. “Take private and public actions to stop the ‘rape by the state’ by communicating with public officials to correct the sickening conditions.”

To get your copy of "Carnal Society" Click HERE

10 comments:

  1. So, after he secured his retirement from the corruption that he was sworn to investigate and prosecute he has decided to call for investigation and prosecution? Well, that's interesting isn't it?

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  2. What are you doing to Stop IT????????

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  3. Still uninformed? I advised the Governor's office, Attorney General and US Dept of Justice two years before my retirement. This is verified and documented in the book by large media groups. A rogue group of criminals, similar to the current Washington crowd, believed they are above the laws and did whatever they pleased, including breaking laws, ignoring laws and sexually assaulting young victims. Lawsuits are still in progress, as millions of citizens were dupped and thousands of youth, families and employees were misused by these state criminals. KARMA is at hand as reforms go on now and criminals are exposed, and await their fate.

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    1. Mr. Chance, I don't know how you did it brother. I can't stand corruption, and I couldn't imagine having to work through the garbage that you did.

      I followed what was going on mostly through the GRITS blog. He seems a bit liberal. But, most of what he puts on his blog is backed up by facts. What was going on back then, and being reported in his blog, was absolutely horrendous. To YOU, and the folks like you, who stood up for what was right, I say THANK YOU.

      After working more than 30yrs for TDCJ I know how hard it is to stand up for what's right, when the top is telling you to sit your azz down and shut up.

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    2. From the Desk of BoBoTheBeaten:

      DITTO!

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  4. Thanks Marty...many of us know the real truth and what happens day to day...others feel a need to deny the truth and cover for evil. I appalaude your service and willingness to come forward. So many are stuck in the trenches of' 'see nothing...say nothing...feel nothing', as predators, officials and line level...commit horrible offenses. God bless you for your courage to stand-up against criminals in powerful positions of government.

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    1. From the Desk of BoBoTheBeaten:

      Wrong in regards to "see nothing....say nothing.....". They see just fine, but chose not to say anything. We still have mangement in place who claims they want to know things, but then puts everything in the way to block information from getting up the chain-of-command. Senator Twitmire could teach a college class on "How to keep from knowing anything and then act shocked, surprised and angry" when the media exposes things.

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  5. I got the book, and reading through it. It's amazing what goes on behind closed doors. Good work Mr. Chance.

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  6. Thanks for all the good comments and support...best to you!

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