It is amazing that the Austin, Tx. Police Department are filled with more civil servants that have collected from being victims of discrimination, harassment, bias and other acts of prejudice than any other police force in the country. Is it because f the lack of blacks in the Austin that the police force including the chief have received court relief while maintaining their capacity as an officer of the law. I am not talking about the occassional US Justice Department mandate. I am referring to individual officers seeking personal protection and receiving relief from the courts based on 42 USC 1983. Yet today there is an effort by the same officer to prevent a black man in the city of Austin because it would expose the same kind of fraud, waste and corruption which entitled the law enforcement officers to not just relief but also all the protections and privileges from the American Procedure Act that is suppose to be afforded to all American citizens not matter race, color, creed, or religious belief. The Austin Homeless Coalition should not be a place of enslavement to cover up criminal activity of officers of the court nor the law. Sealed Settlements were not acceptable to none of the law enforcement agents nor has it been acceptable in the compensation by the city concerning officers involved shootings. Civil crimes should be treated the same way. An effective remedy of law would be termination of any law enforcement agent involved in the act of slavery in the United States. This should not be limited to law enforcement agents but all civil servants and those in positions of public trust that receive grants, earmarks or any other public monies.