Friday, February 7, 2014


BIVENS ACTION

For the graphic - thanks to the reader who sent it

My earlier post has sparked an interest in this and since I am running early, I can add a clarification. Click for Bivens Action  There are too many people telling me they feel like the FBI in Brownsville has cut a deal with Saenz that so long as he does their dirty work, they will not indict him on the Ramos allegations.  This would not be the first time the FBI has cut such a deal with a corrupt public official.

I have seen enough at this point to know the FBI is knowingly relying on perjured testimony to conduct their own investigations, and the testimony was initiated from defendants under Saenz's jurisdiction.

My view is really simple - the Hernandez family brings a Bivens Action and Washington will be all over the FBI office for the Western District of Texas and Saenz.  Now that is me - they will not do it - well until maybe it is too late.

But people we are in a very dangerous mode when the FBI is turning a blind eye to a corrupt DA in exchange for the DA doing their dirty work.  The DOJ called Justino Ramos to the stand to testify Saenz accepted the $1,000 bribe.  They could not have done this unless they believed it to be true. 

Why has Saenz not been indicted and why do they continue to work with his office?  Answer - they cut a dirty deal and only a Bivens Action filed by the Hernandez family will end it.

REQUEST FOR HELP

No internet graphic on this - someone please do a picture of a courtroom with Bivens Action written across the courtroom.  Send it to me

bobbywc58@yahoo.com

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

What people? Are those individual creditable people with inside information? Please don't tell me that one of them is your nontraditional source whose information you have been so willing to post.

Anonymous said...

What dirty work? Can you explain. My knowledge of this office has always been that they are the good guys who protect our country.

Anonymous said...

Who is this Justino Ramos? How credible is his testimony? It would seem that if he had testified that he had offered perhaps $50,000 as a bribe that it would seem more credible. But $1,000 is nothing as a bribe for a person to do wrong.

BobbyWC said...

the fact that you are too lazy to google his name tells my readers that you are about distractions. Villalobos was taken down on bribes less than a $1,000 - so you are wrong on that - and since you cannot google - here you go
http://www.valleycentral.com/news/story.aspx?id=932029#.UvUqMUmPIdU

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

Justin Ramos has a long history in Brownsville. Both in the public and private sector.

Anonymous said...

If anonymous (previous postings) have questions, why don't you answer them. Perhaps, you don't have the answers or the facts to prove your statements. "We" your readers are very interested in knowing the facts. A reader can google "Ramos" but won't get the answers to the questions. Again, "We" your readers are hoping to get the information from you to make an opinion of our own regarding your postings.

BobbyWC said...

On Dirty work - oaky - Manny Velez cost the taxpayers 100,000 of thousand - Saenz is the one who messed that case up - he was taken off death row because of Saenz mistakes.

pedrazo - I wrote about the fact they had no evidence and Saenz tried it anyway - Justice Chew issued a directed verdict on insufficient evidence to present to a jury

After Villalobos do you believe this town believes the courts and DA can be trusted.

We are still waiting on OScar de la Fuente's indictment - he confessed - how long does it take to get an indictment on a confession?

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

The house of cards will come tumbling down. It's just a matter of time. Everyone believes the Da's office is acting as a puppet for the feds because they have something on the DA.

BobbyWC said...

Not going to play your silly little games - there is a difference between me not answering and you not liking the answers.

I spent the morning at the courthouse - lawyer after lawyer told me the same - Saenz has screwed up again

People agree the Hernandez indictment is political - Gus Garza lost big in court today - Raul Salazar and Ernie's lawyers have been given permission to interview grand jury witnesses.

The walls are truly coming down

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't it be nice to have the county's top law dog come into office and not go after every political and personal rival he had before taking office? This is in part exactly what Villalobos did. He exacted revenge on his political enemies and rivals. It's a shame when a LE officer acts like a thug with a badge. They interrogate and threaten and lie to the people they arrest or charge. It's just like being in the Mexican justice system except you don't get tortured and hung. Instead you are set up or brought under BS charges.

Anonymous said...

11:49
Cameron County has and is a small mordida (bribe) system ranging from $500-$7,500. Asking $50,000 would have to be for some large dope case or the like. If you we're a "special" prosecutor under Villalobos for 8 years I guarantee there'd be PLENTY of dirt for the Feds to use as leverage.

Anonymous said...

Why would you have a "special" prosecutor for a small case? It seem that "special" prosecutors are use for large and important cases.

Anonymous said...

The "special" prosecutors receive a very nice check from the DA's office when they are handed a case. It's the scratch my back and I'll scratch yours mentality. Villalobos gave these appointments to his buds. Look them up and see how many "special" cases Villalobos had during 8 years and who they went to.

BobbyWC said...

I've discovered an Oscar de la Fuente one - I will cover it next week

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

LOL check how many Saenz had!