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Update: Oklahoma Veteran's Arraignment in 2014 Self-Defence Shooting


Edwin Turlington went to his court arraignment today in Delaware County, Oklahoma. Below is a video update from Edwin. His brother had a meeting with the local prosecutor after Edwin's appearance who is claiming that he did not know about Mr. Philpotts (Mr. Turlington's accuser) record of felony convictions , In 2017 he was convicted on a drug felony (meth) from a 2016 arrest a current bench warrant for his arrest and two recent DWI's, there is also a police video shows Philpott threatening to kill his arresting officer, which is a felony. Philpott has fled the Delaware County, Oklahoma area and his whereabouts is unknown.  

To support Edwin Turlington please call Kenny Wright, District 13 (Delaware and Ottawa county Oklahoma) at: 918-253-4217

For those who aren't familiar with Edwin's story, the abridged version of the story is that in April, 2014 Edwin Turlington caught Darrell Phillpott and two other men making meth on his family's property. Mr. Turlington (who is a disabled veteran with a background in law enforcement) attempted to make a citizen's arrest at which time Philpott picked up a glass bottle and threatened Turlington while walking toward him. Turlington fired a single .380 round into the front of Philpott's leg. Little did he know that Philpott was a protected informant in Oklahoma, despite having convictions in Arkansas and Missouri. In order to protect their informant the Delaware County Sheriff's Office charged Edwin Turlington. Relevant links will be posted below Edwin's video update. 

Below is Edwin's Video update:



Edwin's appearance on TS Radio Network's "Tanya Talks" Sunday, January 6, 2019

Edwin's appearance on the Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (London, England) October 2, 2018

Oklahoma Veteran Arrested for Defending Himself Against Alleged Meth-Maker  August 23, 2018

New Evidence Lends Credibility to Oklahoma Veteran's Version of 2014 Shooting December 12, 2018

New Evidence Emerges as Oklahoma Veteran's Arraignment Date Approaches  January 5, 2019

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