Rogue Mayhem Undercover

A settlement was reached this year in a defamation lawsuit brought by a Mexican woman claiming Philip Klein, a Private Investigator and Security Consultant out of Beaumont, harassed her for years. In 2014, two individuals, identified only as E.M. and V.B.M., filed suit against Klein and his company, Klein Investigations & Consulting, along with the

McALLEN, Texas – A career lawman who at one time served as police chief for La Joya was convicted on drug trafficking charges for his role in helping smugglers connected to Mexico’s Gulf Cartel operate in Texas. Homeland Security Investigations arrested the corrupt lawman in 2017. After almost four hours of deliberation, a federal jury

“Saddle up and ride out of town after the sun goes down” It’s time for council members to give City Attorney Ron Stutes the boot. His bad advice and bungling have, arguably, cost Palestine and its working-class taxpayers $1 million or more. The city can’t afford any more of Stutes’ incompetence. During closing arguments Monday,

A grievance committee with the State Bar of Texas ruled this week that former Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood committed professional misconduct about two years ago when he threatened two defense attorneys in a judge’s chambers during a murder trial. LaHood was placed on probation with the state bar for a year and ordered

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by Jim Schutze The Dallas Morning News on its editorial page last week repeated again a flagrant and malicious lie about Dallas City Council member and mayoral candidate Scott Griggs. The lie is a window on how the old-guard leadership in the city really operates and the depths to which it is willing to sink to

by Johnie Belle Reagan Lone Star Equipment, of Henderson, which sued the city for not covering all the costs of the 1,950-foot asphalt road, from U.S. 79 to Sanderson Farms for around $800k for non payment won in Anderson County District Court today. Evidently someone signed a contract with Lone Star in 2014 to build

Mayella Yells

“That her face, at first just ghostly, Turned a whiter shade of pale” by Johnie Belle Reagan In 2011 Rick Perry passed and signed a new law referred to as the Anti-Slapp. CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE TITLE 2. TRIAL, JUDGMENT, AND APPEAL SUBTITLE B. TRIAL MATTERS CHAPTER 27.  ACTIONS INVOLVING THE EXERCISE OF CERTAIN

by Kevin Diaz For Nayda Alvarez, the U.S.-Mexico border is not a political slogan or a line of demarcation. It’s her back yard. With the federal government threatening to construct “border security tactical infrastructure” across her one-acre lot in La Rosita, along the Rio Grande, she is looking at the end of a way of

Billie, Henry and Lyndon

1985 AUSTIN, Texas — A government official who died 24 years ago was a victim of murder, not suicide, a state judge has ruled in a case sparked by allegations former President Lyndon B. Johnson ordered the killing. Tuesday’s ruling by District Judge Peter Lowry changed the official cause of death on the death certificate of

The Exonerated Strike Back

Part of the horror of what happened to Suzanne Wooten is the realization that if the justice system failed so miserably for her, it could happen to anyone. by Lady Justice On March 4, 2008, Suzanne Wooten, defeated Judge Charles Sandoval in the Republican primary election for the 380th District Court Judge in Collin County,