Burlington Times-News recaps the U.S. Department of Justice case against Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson in wake of news that DOJ has filed for a summary judgment.

Latest revelation from court documents:

ACSO officers commonly send anti-Latino emails without consequence. Captain Mario Wiley emailed several other ACSO employees a link to a game premised on shooting stereotypical Mexican figures, including pregnant women and children, as they attempt to cross the U.S. border. Blood splatters on the screen as the figures are shot, and the final screen of the game shows how many “wetbacks” one has killed.

Johnson tells the Times-News DOJ “wants me bad” and there’s “a lot of lying going on.” No telling how this will be resolved.