Angela Curry, Black TCEQ Toxicologist, Should Be Pissed

Posted on July 2, 2020


The subject of this post, Angela Curry, M.S., is a senior toxicologist at the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and a peer of Tiffany Bredfeldt, Ph.D., a woman who serially accused the writer for 11 years after targeting him at his home and indulging what might be characterized as a pang in her pants, conduct she has gone to pathological lengths to conceal (even since having had her allegations dismissed in their entirety and apparently being abandoned by her husband).

By all appearances, Angela Curry, who is black, has comported herself by the book, for which she has received no special distinctions obvious to this writer besides acknowledgment for her role as a mentor.

Despite or for demonstrably falsifying facts, something that’s generally regarded as taboo among scientific professionals, Bredfeldt, who is also a senior toxicologist at the TCEQ and who is white, has on the contrary enjoyed a private office for seven-plus years (separate from her cubical-quartered colleagues), has cemented a thick-as-thieves relationship with her boss, TCEQ Toxicology Director Michael Honeycutt, and like him has been awarded a federal posting at the Environmental Protection Agency, which presumably comes with a supplemental salary besides prestige.

This post argues, accordingly, that Angela Curry should be pissed.

The woman who exploited the sympathies of law enforcement officials and judges that number in the double digits and persecuted the writer for over a decade, Tiffany Bredfeldt, is paid about the same amount as her colleague at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Angela Curry, but to this day, two years after the court dismissed her allegations against the writer in toto, Bredfeldt’s name does not appear besides Curry’s on the TCEQ’s toxicology dept. roster.

Tiffany Bredfeldt is special.

Tiffany Bredfeldt, Ph.D., TCEQ senior toxicologist

By TCEQ standards, it would seem Angela Curry is not. Angela Curry is black, which, as we’re reminded more loudly today than ever, comes with a host of inherent disadvantages. For example, she has probably had to earn what she has.

Tiffany Bredfeldt is the daughter of a retired bank VP whose own father was a bank VP, and Tiffany Bredfeldt is incandescent white—and blonde.

She has brown eyes, though, which she would tell you is genetically atypical. Most blondes, she was eager to relate to the writer while hanging around outside of his house in the dark years ago, have blue eyes.

Tiffany Bredfeldt is unique.

Tiffany Bredfeldt was supported in court in 2013 by her boss Michael Honeycutt, also white and also Angela Curry’s boss, who seems to have taken her under his wing. Because Tiffany Bredfeldt is special—or because their relationship is. Their mischief—both of them gave false and/or misleading testimony under oath—is digested here. The tag-team effort (the writer represented himself) coerced an illegal censorship order from a since disgraced judge that stood for five years and was only dissolved when Bredfeldt tried to have the writer falsely jailed (in multiple jurisdictions). The writer is white, too, but he is a white male, a demonized circumstance these days, and his father toiled for a living, as does the writer.

Angela Curry TCEQ, Toby Baker TCEQ, TCEQ executive director

Angela Curry, M.S., TCEQ senior toxicologist

The court no longer regards Tiffany Bredfeldt as special, except maybe in a pejorative sense (a judge may have remarked to the writer that “[c]razy is what keeps us in business”). But the TCEQ apparently continues to retain Bredfeldt, and Honeycutt must remain blameless, of course, because he’s now the EPA’s chief scientist.

Bredfeldt, who was a married woman when she arguably stalked this writer (at his own home) years ago, has claimed victimhood since 2006 based on fictitious narratives and my writing to all and sundry for help because I didn’t want her excremental ooze poisoning my goals and my peace of mind. Among those I contacted was Michael Honeycutt, who responded by awarding Bredfeldt a private office for her “security” and, while the writer was last in court with her, was probably instrumental in seeing her ushered into the hallowed halls of the EPA.

An irony to her eclipse by her peer and that undeserving peer’s preferential treatment is that the odds are decent Angela Curry counts Tiffany Bredfeldt as a friend instead of rejecting white entitlement and being duly—and dare I say vocally?—resentful of it.

Angela Curry should be pissed.

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