Texas Highway Patrol "museum" photos

When Texas Highway Patrol Association telemarketers call you to ask for money for slain troopers’ families, or to ask for money for their museum in San Antonio, you may expect that the money you donate will go toward helping troopers’ families. Or, you may expect that their museum in San Antonio is a world-class museum representing a world-class organization. You would be wrong on both counts. Take a look at these photos of the “museum” funded by your donations:
The outside of the Texas Highway Patrol Museum inside the museum Random wall hangings of some people with a connection to DPS. Another view of the random wall hangings. A photo mural on one wall of the museum. An 'expansive' display about one of the troopers killed by Bonnie and Clyde. Another view of the photo mural. This display case contains anti-DWI literature and shoes. More random photo murals Rusty handcuffs. A bust of a trooper A small collection of random stuff