[Note- Until the felony charge for which I was falsely arrested
www.13thjudicialdistrictok.us will be used primarily to inform the public of corruption in
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Ed is married and has four young children, including one special-needs child. Ed's wife, Julie is a public school teacher, and together they run a small family farm in Delaware County, Oklahoma. Ed has already spent $10,000 for attorney's fees but that is not nearly enough for a criminal defense attorney to continue his defense through trial. Ed has a good case for lawful self defense, but he cant defend himself in court without funds.
A full report of the incident and the investigation, including records, medical evidence and photographs, is available in the top link above and in the videos in the right column of this page.
All donations go directly to Ed's defense. Those funds will be managed by an attorney (a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association) who is volunteering his time to assist with fund raising. If any funds are received beyond the actual legal expenses for Ed's criminal trial, then any remainder will be donated to nonprofit organizations that support disabled veterans, the Second Amendment, or Shriner's hospitals for children.
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First Families Research and Investigation is
located 4 miles from the Oklahoma Missouri Arkansas border in
Oklahoma’s 13th Judicial District. It is owned and
operated by 6th
generation District denizen Ed Turlington jr and his wife
They are the parents of three sons and one daughter of tender age.
First Families services include Investigation and Research (Living
Individual, Family History and Genealogy), Physical and Personal
Security, Martial Arts Instruction, Weight Training and Courier.
Prices are negotiable, on a sliding scale according to income and
issue(s), occasionally Pro Bono, and occasionally for barter.
Contact information below.
Ed retired from the military in the Spring of 2018, after serving in the Acitve Duty Army, Army Reserves, and Florida and Oklahoma National Guard with occupational experience to include Military Police, Civil Affairs, and Infantry. His active duty experience ranged from being an 82d Airborne Division paratrooper to the joint US European Command where he protected a 4 star general , his family and visiting dignitaries from bodily injury and invasion of privacy. He has intensive training and experience in the areas surrounding physical security and special expertise relative to VIP security and International Terrorism Surveillance. He guarded VIP living quarters and working quarters against illegal acts such as sabotage, riot and espionage. He was trained in the usage and application of numerous weapons to include shotguns, submachine guns, pistols, and revolvers. As a military police officer he detected violations of laws, regulations and order on foot and vehicle patrol. He prevented crime and/or disturbance of the peace and responded to reports of domestic / family disturbance.
Ed began his martial arts training as a teenager under Wayne Davis, the founder of Tai Koshi Do. He was a classmate of current Tai Koshi Do Grandmaster) Dean Bridges (retired 45th Infantry Combat Team Command Sergeant Major). After Ed was discharged from the active duty in 1992, he served with a Special Forces unit in Tulsa until is closed, then he transferred to D Company, 1/279th Infantry, 45thInfantry Brigade in Tulsa where Dean was his platoon leader. Dean told Ed about Gary Dill, from whom he had just earned a black belt in Bushido Kempo. In 1993 while attending NSU in Tahlequah, Ed met Grandmaster Gary Dill (former Marine and Viet Nam veteran) and first generation Jeet Kune Do student from the Oakland School. Ed took personal lessons from him for several years, and continued his JKD education for years after that. In 2010, Ed and Julie became certified Jeet Kune Do instructors under Gary Dill.
Ed holds a current Oklahoma license to teach several subjects that relate to family history research including US History, Oklahoma History, Political Science, and World History / World Geography.
In the Spring of 2014, Ed and Julie became certified Privte Investigators, with Julie finishing top in the class and Ed second.
Both Ed and Julie are direct descendants of Confederate Partisan Rangers who pioneered Indian Territory after the war and active in local Confederate descendant organisations. Ed’s 2nd great grandfather John Duke Kelly was a Missouri Cavalry Officer of Vernon County’s Partisan Rangers. Julie's third great grandfather Henry Price was an Alabaman who moved to Texas and joined the 1st Texas Partisan Rangers. The 1st Texas Partisan Rangers fought alongside Stand Watie's Indians in Indian Territory and North West Arkansas. After the war Henry Price pioineered Indian Territory.
Ed and Julie are both descended from Missouri Territory pioneers and Revolutionary soldiers.
Time permitting, genealogical research for membership into the First Families of the Twin Territories, First Families of Missouri, Sons of Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Sons of the American Revolution and / or Daughters of the American Revolution is pro bono / contingent on the client’s buying a membership into the Organisation for whom research is being coducted. In the alternative, he will do genealogy research for $10 an hour for membership to First Families fo the Twin Territories.
Ed is currently trying to start Sons of American Revolution and Sons of Confederate Veterans chapters in Grove. The above Confederate is an ancestor of the late Earl and Clyde Kelly of Delaware County. Ed is registered in the Sons of the American Revolution under Sergeant Alexander Fullerton. Alexander Fullerton’s grandson John McCune Fullerton was the first permanent white settler in the southwest octant of Missouri. Ed "Hoss" Turlington, former 13th Judicial District Judge Sam Fullerton III and actor William Bradley Pitt are cousins through John McCune Fullerton.