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Serial filer claims BPD officer is serial killer

By Kelly Holleran | Aug 17, 2010

Alleging a Beaumont police officer hypnotized her and killed at least 14 people, Amy Modica, who has filed about 12 suits in the last three years, filed a fresh complaint Aug. 10 against the Jefferson County Courthouse, Beaumont Police Lt. Bowls and the Beaumont Police Department.

This marks the third time in two months Modica has sued government entities.

In June, Modica sued Jefferson County Judge Ronald Walker, claiming he and his secretary caused her personal injury when they would not allow her to fill out commitment papers on her mother.

Earlier in August, Modica filed a suit alleging that President Barack Obama, the Housing Authority of Beaumont and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development saying they psychologically abused her and forced her to leave her apartment.

In her most recent lawsuit, Modica claims Beaumont police officers hypnotized her, her daughter and her parents, leaving them all in a trance.

"I see what your men have done to program my Mother and jump into her to get to me and program me," Modica's suit states. "I see it clearly."

Beaumont police officers also raped her, stalked her and want her to die, according to her complaint.

In fact, Beaumont Police Officer Robert Chapman is a serial murderer who killed more than 14 people, Modica says in her complaint.

In her suit, Modica seeks an unspecified judgment, plus costs, pre- and post-judgment interest and other relief the court deems just.

Modica will be representing herself.

Modica's previous lawsuits have been dismissed.

The case has been assigned to Judge Gary Sanderson, 60th District Court.

Jefferson County District Court case number: B187-521.

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