Wednesday, January 7, 2015


I have said this many times - just because the city attorney or the mayor says something is subject to Executive Session does not make it so.  They are governed by the law.

So I have done a new Open Records Request based on the law.

MEETING.  A governmental body may conduct a closed meeting to
deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property
if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect
on the position of the governmental body in negotiations with a
third person

The courts have already addressed this.  What evidence was there that discussing this in open session would be detrimental to the city's position?  None

This federal case and its outline of Texas law leaves the city no defense in terms of withholding my request - but they will and then everything will go to the AG - including the recordings and notes.  Then I will submit my legal argument with the proof the true owner of the building was withheld because they knew Nurith Galonsky was barred from doing business with the city.

So I have asked for all the notes or recording from Executive Session regardless of date related to the Nurith Galonsky building.

The city will object and all of the evidence will then go to the AG - If the AG orders the tape or transcript released you can be assured Tony Martinez and the majority will continue their unethical and possible criminal conduct by voting for the city to sue the AG to prevent the release.

The bigger issue is, the new AG and FBI will have all of the evidence because of Mark Sossi.

This is not a game people.  As to my sources within city hall, Tony cannot conceive he is hated and employees want his ass in federal prison.  I will sit in prison for 20 years before I give up a source.  So good luck learning anything from me.  Of course any judge dumb enough to hold me in contempt hangs themselves with the investigators for aiding Tony Martinez and Mark Sossi.  In the mean time the mainstream press is forced to cover the entire story and Tony hangs himself in terms of reelection.

I would hope that even attorneys as incompetent as Tony Martinez and Mark Sossi would know asking a judge to throw me in jail because I refuse to give up my sources will only guarantee they are charged with witness tampering.  I will not be moved. 

Proceed with caution idiots - because you have no idea how many people are talking. 

So we shall wait and see what is on the tape of the Executive Session.  In the mean time because the issue is now effectively before the AG - technically no - but in two weeks yes - no judge is going to touch this until the AG rules and it works it way to the Texas Supreme Court.

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