Friday, December 13, 2013


COUNTY UP IN ARMS OVER
 LEAKS TO DA SAENZ OFFICE

At this time no one knows for sure who is leaking open records requests concerning the Raul Salazar case to DA Saenz and his staff, but the county is up in arms about it and intends to take action against those responsible.

The only three names I can think of are Pete Sepulveda, David Garcia [already took draft agenda information to Gus Garza,] and Gus Garza's wife who is an administrator with the county.  Each of these people would have a reason to leak information.  But there is no proof that any of them were involved.

I want to be clear - at this time the county has no information as to who leaked the information to DA Saenz.  It was just plain stupid of Saenz and his staff to go public with the information. 

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

If there was a leak. What will the consequences be for that individual?

BobbyWC said...


Discharge - my initial research show the county can sue DA Saenz to get all of the documents back and to compel his staff to give up the name.

The county needs to do this - otherwise no one is safe from the tyranny of Vindictive Dick Luis Saenz

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

What information was leaked Bobby. I can't find it on your posts.

Anonymous said...

This is why people should never take advice from you. The retaliation you suggest would clearly be a violation 554 of the government code. If the county does this then rest easy in that your tax dollars will go to the settlement/judgment.

BobbyWC said...

The stupidity of those who seek to cover up wrong doing blows my mind. First learn to read - I said what was leaked was open records requests related to the Raul Salazar case - how much clearer do I need to be.

As to the 554 issue - are you on drugs? What does this have to do with illegal conduct?

http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/GV/htm/GV.554.htm

554 is used to protect employees seeking to report illegal conduct. What the hell is the illegal conduct in someone making an Open Records Request.

Really, are you stoned on dope or just plain stupid?

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

It doesn't matter as long as there is a good faith belief that it is related to criminal conduct-which it clearly was. Bobby you are not a lawyer, you should not be giving legal advice particularly-as in this case-if it is malpraticable legal advice

BobbyWC said...

One I am not giving legal advice to any one - But not that reality matters to you - but law firms are free to pay a fee of $250 an hour for me to advice the lawyers and do legal research for them. I work for lawyers who represent clients. I do not work for the clients. Lawyers pay their staff every day to do legal research.

Saenz pays non-lawyers to do legal research.

In this case I have adviced no one. I have never talked to Raul Salazar or Ernie Hernandez's lawyer Ed Cig [correction here - Ed did call me on a probate matter totally unrelated to Hernandez- he represents someone I know and I had some information]

I did talk to Victor Ramirez maybe twice during the trial - but so too did other reporters - but since then no phone call no emails = nothing - I have not spoken to Raul Salazar since the trial. My last conversation with Raul at the trial was, I needed to go through his attorney.

So you can lie all you want but the truth will not be changed.

Again how is an open records request a crime? You're a complete and total idiot.

If the information is protected then they make an AG request. It is that simple. Further, nothing I requested is coming from Saenz office. So how is it his concern?

You are as clueless and desperate to protect Saenz as any one can be.

And are you a lawyer?

As an anony for all we know you are Zeke/

I have never lost an Open Records Request - I think that speaks to my understanding of the process

Bobby WC

BobbyWC said...

Since you obviously know what is in the Open Records Request please do tell my readers what I requested and how a mere request which is provided for by law is a crime?

You really fail to understand how desperate you make Luis Saenz look

Bobby WC

BobbyWC said...

"The Act provides a mechanism for citizens to inspect or copy government records" This is from the AG's page concerning Open Records Requests.

I rejected a post which states that the person turned it over to the DA to have me charged with criminal conduct because only lawyers licensed in Texas can make ORR's the post contains defamation per se in it so I will not republish it because it will cause me to waive my rights against Zeke and Saenz - I have year to sue them and the suit will come - the insurance company is more likely to pay once Saenz is exposed for what he is.

The IP address has already been turned over to the county to determine if the post came from the source who turned over the Open Records Request - I will pay the fee to have it traced if it was not a county employee.

Saenz is obviously desperate. I can only hope the hearing which will take down Saenz, Garza and David Garcia does not happen during Christmas week when I will be in NY - that will kill me

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

Bobby WC,

I think you got that one right on the money! If it sounds like Zeke it must be Zeke! It don't take a rocket scientist to figure that one out. Just by the stupid way he writes you can tell it's him. Always trying to protect Saenz and sucking his ass!

BobbyWC said...

This comment tells me the writer is poorly educated and too stupid to spell check or check google for definitions

"malpraticable legal advice"

So I suspect it is not the source within the county. But it could be any idiot like Zeke.

In the future you might say "toss his salad" less offense - I almost rejected your comment for the less tasteful term. Also I find the practice to be beyond offensive and dangerous

Bobby WC