Voter Conspiracy Crazy: Former Houston Police Captain Terrorized Air Conditioner Repairman

Former HPD Capt. Mark Anthony Aguirre charged with holding repairman at  gunpoint in fake voter-fraud conspiracy - ABC13 Houston
Mark Anthony Aquirre

Several months before the 2020 Presidential election, the President believed, thousands possibly millions of fraudulent ballots would be submitted in the November 3rd election.


Enter sixty three year old Mark Anthony Aquirre, a former Houston Police Captain.

Aguirre, was hired by Houston-based Liberty Center for God and Country who were conducting a civilian investigation into the alleged ballot scheme.

Mark Aguirre search, lead him to one man dressed as an air conditioner tech. After four days of surveillance, he was convinced the tech WAS the THE MASTERMIND who was planning a MASSIVE voter fraud scheme in Texas largest county, Harris County, invovling 750,000 fraudulent ballots that were in the truck.

This led to a chase, where the former captain rammed his SUV into the back of the MASTERMIND’S truck, running it off the road to get him to stop! When the MASTERMIND got out of the truck, Aguirre, pointed a handgun and forced him to the ground and put his knee on the man’s back – an image captured on the body-worn camera of a police officer.

Aguirre directed police to a parking lot nearby where another suspect, who has not been identified, took the truck. Inside the MASTERMIND’S truck were air conditioner parts and tools. Not a single ballot was found.

Citizens Arrest?

Aguirre told police that he was part of a group of private citizens called, “Liberty Center,” What he didn’t tell police, that he had been paid a total of $266,400 by the Liberty Center, with $211,400 of that amount being deposited into his account the day after the incident.

Aguirre, who went to authorities with pre-election claims that a massive voter fraud scheme was underway in Harris County, was instead arrested himself Tuesday and charged for running a man off the road and pointing at gun at his head in an attempt to prove his claims.

Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg said.“He crossed the line from dirty politics to commission of a violent crime and we are lucky no one was killed,” “His alleged investigation was backward from the start , first alleging a crime had occurred and then trying to prove it happened.” Aguirre’s claims of election fraud were found to be baseless after thorough investigation.

Aguirre, was arrested by Houston Police and charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison.