Please sign my petition to hold police responsible for enforcing the law.

It’s Christmas Day, 2021, and after nearly 12 years of unbelievable official oppression, advanced copies of my book Evil Corp was finally available for purchase on Amazon.

And yet goons and zeroes still circled my house interfering with my Internet. This is not the time to get into the weeds on that operation – its all in the book – but I do want it to stop.

It’s no mystery why my Internet efforts (and home, and family, and business, and finances, etc.) have been under attack for years: I’ve written an explosive book that exposes some very important people in San Antonio doing some pretty unsavory things. Here’s a synopsis of the book:

It was a tantalizing theory. One of America’s most powerful business consultants had just told Allstate Insurance Company executives that if they were willing to do “whatever it takes” the company could make enormous profits by essentially embezzling their policyholders’ money. To test that theory, Allstate executives would eventually go in search of the perfect city. They would need a local government with unenforced regulations, a corruptible governing class, a disenfranchised citizenry, and a self-satisfied, malleable press.

Welcome to San Antonio, Texas.

In 2009, two cars collided at a busy San Antonio intersection. Both vehicles were insured by Allstate. But what should have been a routine insurance claim led the author on a frightful 12-year odyssey that ultimately exposed how emboldened criminal networks co-opt essential institutions to prey on American citizens. Evil Corp reveals how greed, arrogance, and self-interest led local judges, lawyers, and cops to preside over a diseased system incapable of protecting citizens from organized crime in America’s seventh largest city – and how one of the country’s largest insurers devised a bizarre plot to exploit those failures in its insatiable quest for more profits and power.

In this harrowing, first-person account, award-winning investigative journalist Denise McVea gives the reader a street-side view of the corruption and self-dealing that is destabilizing an increasingly vulnerable nation. Evil Corp is the blistering tale of how the “worst insurance company in America” took center stage in a sprawling criminal conspiracy.

This is a true story.”

So as you can imagine, things haven’t been easy for me. I’ve spent the better part of the last decade begging the chief of police to do something about the rampant criminality directed at me and my family. Here is a proof letter, one of dozens I sent to local authorities over time, that I sent to SAPD Chief William McManus back in 2020.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-AycNmr6tMe5T9i3olwFH-bK3KtQ-koV/view

I got nowhere. That’s why I started a petition, on Christmas Day, that demands the chief of police do some police work and start arresting the people who have victimized me and my family for years.

Please sign this petition at Change.org.

Thank you for your help. More to come.

Author: Denise McVea

An award-winning investigative journalist and human rights advocate, Denise McVea's work has brought about meaningful social change for marginalized communities. She's exposed waste, mismanagement, and abuse in many government agencies and private sector organizations. Her research into the Yellow Rose of Texas legend brought fresh new insights to the Texas Revolution. In 2003, she founded the Auris Project, Inc. A 501c3 non-profit organization, the Auris Project focuses on information as a source of empowerment. In 2018, McVea launched Auris Books Press, a scrappy non-profit publishing house dedicated to the literature of exposure. She combines impressive research skills with vibrant storytelling to enlighten and entertain her readers. "You can't make this stuff up," she says.

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