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Troopers hide results of ‘investigation’ in 2 Tulis complaints

Abigail Tulis, one of four home educated children, challenged a reckless driving charge in Smyth County, Va., and forced the state to put her on trial, in which she made an excellent defense of her rights to due process. She has notified that state she is appealing to circuit court under a petition for writ of error. (Photo David Tulis)
This form letter tells the Tulis family their twin grievances against Virginia trooper Brandon S. Frye have been considered, and that trooper bosses “[do] not release these results.”

The Tulis family in Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., has received an April 21 letter from the Virginia department of state police indicating that two complaints against trooper Brandon Frye were reviewed — with the case closed and kept secret.

By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM

When Trooper Frye arrested Abigail Tulis, my daughter, in December 2019, he made no mention of her speed as to why he had pulled her over in Smyth County. But on the stand he testified that she had been traveling 50 mph. We allege this testimony is perjured.

Two questions for Capt. Robert P. Chappell Jr., director of the office of internal affairs, in light of his missive:

— Did Officer Frye’s car have a speed recording device operating on the night of Abigail Tulis’ arrest? If so, was it checked? And, if so, what did it show?

— What is the range of legal speeds on Interstate 81?

In convicting Abigail on the “lesser charge” of improper driving, Judge Travis Lee made much of the fact that he believed the testimony of 50 mph that he said was extraordinarily dangerous.

The David Tulis show is 1 p.m. weekdays, live and lococentric.

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