Monday, October 28, 2013

 
PUTTING THE JP ERIN GARCIA
 MESS INTO PERSPECTIVE

Unless McHale, Montoya and the Imp are completely delusional and lost in their delusions of grandeur nothing they print will impact the official proceedings in court [I believe Sorola will dismiss the lawsuit before Judge Tagle can act].  Every state agency, save DA Saenz's office, will be guided by the law.  The only impact all of this nonsense will have is on those voters who love to be suckered.  I suspect most of those people never would have voted for Erin Garcia regardless of any positive facts in her favor as a judge.  So I am not sure of any impact whatsoever.  But the only purpose for the postings is to sway your vote on the election based on hatred.

Years ago McHale swore vengeance on the Hernandez family for refusing to allow him to leave his printed copy of El Rocinante at their business and refusal to pay money.  Montoya had no problem taking Ernie Hernandez's money when Ernie was paying him to trash Ruben Peña with false accusations during the investigation against Ernie for allegedly stealing the election with harvested mail-ballots.  The BV then and still does stand with Ruben Peña on that issue during that election.

The BV was attacked for defending Ruben Peñ'a position.  The BV was attacked for posting the trial transcript on line so all of Cameron county could read the truth.  The BV was attacked for taking the transcript and criminal complaint to the AG, which as we all now know resulted in the prosecution of Margarita Ozuna and stopped the harvesting of mail ballots.  The attacker all of the time, Juan Montoya - under contract to Ernie Hernandez.

The BV is about the truth and documents which support that truth.  The documents to date show the claims against Erin Garcia are being bought and paid for by Sorola and Begum.  Montoya does not work for free.

Maybe a year or so ago according to Rick Zayas Montoya approached him at the court house and told him, "Had you paid me maybe the election would have gone the other way." 

This is the bottom line - Hernandez refused to pay Montoya to push the election of his daughter Erin Garcia, so he ran to Begum for the money.

His record on the money issue is so well documented it blows my mind anyone considers a word he says - but then people love their hate.

These are the same people who stood at the lynchings with pride feeling empowered.  Such pathetic little souls needing to destroy innocent people so they can feel empowered.

As to Luis Saenz, I am overnighting to the AG my evidence that he intentionally mislead the AG in his request along with the evidence of his failed attempts to get a grand jury to indict Ernie and Norma Hernandez.  I will include the police reports involving the Norma and Zeke altercation which any idiot can see was instigated by Zeke Silva.  I will include the Josefina Fisher criminal case along with Yolanda Begums sworn criminal complaint which includes a verifiable lie - this could be simple perjury.  It is not aggravated perjury because the lie is not material to the proceedings.  For this same reason it does not constitute a false complaint. 

I can only hope the county will bar the courts from giving Sorola any court appointments until he pays the sanctions which I believe Judge Tagle will issue in the case.  This way he not only has to pay the sanctions he loses all income from the county until he pays the sanctions.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bobby with all due respect this sounds like Erin is scared that Erin will lose this re=election. The damage to herself by her greed proved to the voters that she is a greedy person. The Brownsville Herald wrote about it and Channel 4 made a story on her. The one thing the people were afraid of became reality. She let the people down. I know you may want to argue my post but the truth is the truth. The word on the street and not the blogs is Erin got busted stealing money from the county tax payers. You are one person trying real hard to change the peoples perception of Erin and Ernie Hernandez but this is not recent bad publicity Emma Perez has reported numerous stories on the Hernandez. Sorry but Erin and Ernie need to go if we want restore the integrity of Cameron County.

Anonymous said...

"the evidence of his failed attempts to get a grand jury to indict Ernie and Norma Hernandez."

Just what "evidence" are you sending since grand jury's proceedings are held in secrecy?

BobbyWC said...

I have Ed Cyg written statement as the attorney pro tem declining the prosecution of Norma and it was Luis Saenz who went around the court house telling people the grand jury refused to take action against Ernie Hernandez. So unless Luis intends to lie to the AG, he is the eivdence

Bobby WC

BobbyWC said...

What are you talking about - DA Saenz conceded that there is no legal basis for the county to collect a fee - if this is the case, then what money did Judge Garcia steal?

I called the person in charge of fees for Dallas, Tarrant, Lubbock, Harris, Bexar, and travis county and to a person they told me it was illegal for the county to charge a fee for the waiver

If it is illegal to charge a fee for the waiver - please tell my readers what money Erin stole from the county?

I agree this is the most problematic part of the complaint.

But even Saenz agreed that judges can charge for wedding services - so if the county cannot charge for the waiver under the common practices under which all judges are acting what prevents judges from charging for the waiver - the clerk in Harris county told me district court judges charge a fee in Houston.

In simple terms - if the county cannot charge a fee by law, what did Erin Garcia steal from the county?

The ball is in your court.

Bobby WC

BobbyWC said...

Just curious, if the AG comes back and finds Cameron county was illegally charging the waiver fee who will you blame?

Rosie Sheldon-Sotelo is in charge of the civil section. It was under her watch a clerk was stealing child support money.

Do you think for one minute Montoya or McHale who are taking her money will call for her accountability?

If she cannot run the civil section without incident what should make us believe she can run the entire district clerks office?

If the police conclude Joe Rivera's office illegally issued a marriage license to a 16 yeare old do you expect McHale to demand his prosecution or the clerk who messed up - we both know that will never happen.


The Herald refused to give Sorola a voice - they simply reported what was in the lawsuit.

Valley Central is a soap opera news channel - it was a garbage report. A source I have at the station has told me they are looking at some form of retraction. They are just waiting for Judge Garcia to file an answer and then interview her attorney.

Will ValleyCentral be trustworthy to you then?

BObby WC
Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

"The word on the street is...." All he said was that there is a perception that she is a greedy person. He also said TV and the alleged newspaper known as The Brownsville Herald reported the story. Was that incorrect?
Now, we all know that a perception is not necessarily a fact but it is a fact that perceptions exist. For example, based on your response to a number of posts, not just the referenced one, I have the perception that you do not read them thoroughly. Don't know if it is a fact but it is a fact that I have that perception.

BobbyWC said...

I read the post and you want my readers to believe that if the Herald reports allegations they must be true. The fact the Herald did not give any quotes means they are holding on the full article.

A newspaper has a duty to report a lawsuit against an elected person. They did that - what they did not do is allow Sorola to spread his lies.

So I did ignore the post - I simply pointed out your deceptive use of the news reports and you do not like that.

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

"it was Luis Saenz who went around the court house telling people the grand jury refused to take action against Ernie Hernandez."

If this is true then is it not a violation of the grand jury secrecy law and a lot bigger problem than the others?

http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/CR/htm/CR.20.htm

Anonymous said...

"it was Luis Saenz who went around the court house telling people the grand jury refused to take action against Ernie Hernandez."

Where is my comment on the above where I call this out for potential violation of the secrecy of the grand jury? If this did happen, why don't you report it, file a law suit?

BobbyWC said...

First of all you have no idea what you are talking about. When a grand juror leaked to me Villalobos was served with subpoenas I reported it to the FBI - I take grand jury proceedings seriously. The BV was the first and only blog to lead on this story. NO one else reported. No one came close to reporting on Villalobos like the BV.

Once the BV reported Villalobos was served with subpoenas predicting his indictment was like predicting rain in the rain forest - which is why Montoya printed a false story Villalobas was indicted when in fact he was not.

It was much later he was indicted.

This is separate from once the grand jury is done. The results of grand jury investigations almost always go public. People are told they have been no billed and they by law are free to tell the world. Of course those indicted show up with a criminal charge - so how you expect the grand jury results to remain secret is beyond me.

Now, a non-grand juror has told me DA Saenz has received a federal subpoena related to his office. I will do an open records request for that subpoena. Until I complete the process of the request it is merely a rumor and nothing more.

I know enough at this point based on numerous conversations a lot of people want Saenz indicted yesterday so I basically dismiss almost everything I am told. It is very clear it has reached lynch mob levels. So until I can prove a subpoena was issued against his office [note I say office - I have no idea who the target might be] it is just a nasty rumor - nothing more - but my source has been very, very reliable in the past

Bobby WC

BobbyWC said...

2:41 p.m - you need to clarify your point - also sorry for the late approval - I have no idea what is going on - emails with posts are not coming through and even at the dashboard which shows me pending commments some are hours old before they appear

I am sorry - but help us out and clarify your statment.

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

You did not address my point. You state that the DA went around the court house divulging the results of a grand jury investigation. Unless that information was previously released by the accused, the only one who can divulge this information legally, then it is my understanding that this is a violation of grand secrecy. By the way, Texas has within in the last few years greatly increased the penalties for violation of this law. It is a very serious matter and rests as a corner stone of our judicial system.

BobbyWC said...

As I originally explained months ago, Ernie Hernandez was already interviewing with the press at the time Saenz was talking about the no action around the court house.

So unless someone can pin down the exact moment Ernie contacted the press and Saenz spoke his first word then how do you prove anything?

But the Herald article shows that Ernie was speaking with their reporter at about the same time Saenz was running his mouth.

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

Why would Ernie Hernandez bother to let the press know he was no-billed unless the information was already out there, which would be illegally? It is not something you want to broadcast if you are a politician. You know him, why don't you ask him and clear this all up? If he did not speak to the press no one would have ever known legally, right?

BobbyWC said...

Ernie's comments were in the Herald - I have been at this for over 20 years - I see absolutely nothing out of the ordinary from how things have been done in the past.

When I had policians no-billed in Dallas I immediately informed the press so the record would be straight.

You claim to know about all of these cases all over the state where people are being prosecuted - how about doing a copy and paste on the newspaper articles or give names and then we can go from there

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
"The word on the street is...." All he said was that there is a perception that she is a greedy person. He also said TV and the alleged newspaper known as The Brownsville Herald reported the story. Was that incorrect?
"Now, we all know that a perception is not necessarily a fact but it is a fact that perceptions exist. For example, based on your response to a number of posts, not just the referenced one, I have the perception that you do not read them thoroughly. Don't know if it is a fact but it is a fact that I have that perception."
Read this again. Where did I say that if it was printed in the Herald I wanted people to believe it? In fact, I called it an alleged newspaper because it is hard to believe anything in it. You seem so defense that you go there first and it clouds your perception. Sorry to say that your response to my post regarding my perception that you have not been reading carefully has done nothing but support my postulation. You have done better and can do better again. Slow down and think before you respond. I hope you do not perceive of this a an attack as that is not it's intention nor was it the intention of my original post. I was just saying that I thought you misunderstood some poor guys post and thus his intentions.