Thursday, September 10, 2015


WILL ED CYGANIEWICZ RUN INTERFERENCE FOR SAENZ's NEPHEW AGAIN?

The two above pictured animals left a man for dead on the side of the road after hitting him with a car.  They dispute who was actually driving.

For the details of this case click on Valley Central.

"Both Kacie and Victor Garcia are related by marriage to Cameron County District Attorney Luis Saenz.

Saenz told Action 4 News that he recused himself from this case immediately while attorney Ed Cyganiewicz took over as special prosecutor"

It is no great secret when Ed Cyganiewicz is assigned as a special prosecutor things go in Saenz's favor - in this case the favor of Saenz's family members.

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE ORIGINAL CHARGES AGAINST VICTOR GARCIA AND WHERE ARE WE NOW?


Charges: GARCIA, VICTOR ALLENStatute Level Date
1.  INTOXICATION ASSAULT W/VEHICLE SBI - 13-B-3771/DECOSS49.07(c)Third Degree Felony09/09/2013



Charges: GARCIA, VICTOR ALLENStatute Level Date
1.  ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJ/DEATH550.021(a)Felony Unassigned09/09/2013


 
Ed  Cyganiewicz agreed to dismissal of both of the above charges in exchange for a lessor plea bargain.

From the victim and his family - see above article:

"Herrera said Kacie Garcia and her brother Victor Garcia - who also got 12 months of probation for failure to report a felony – left Perez to die, and have shown no remorse.

"I have no words for her,” Herrera said. “I don't. I saw her today in court and she was smiling through the whole thing like she knew she wasn't going to get in trouble."

The medical bills have stacked-up to nearly $800,000, Perez said.

It's been difficult finding a job due to his limited mobility, he adds.

Although he can't remember anything from that night, the physical pain remains and reminds him of how close he came to death.

"My legs, they still hurt every night, (through) weather change, when it's cold, my whole bones hurt,” Perez said, “my back hurts - everything hurts. I'm always in pain."

SO WHAT DID ED CYGANIEWICZ OFFER VICTOR GARCIA?

Charges: GARCIA, VICTOR ALLEN
Statute Level Date
1.  FAILURE TO REPORT FELONY W/SBI OR DEATH RESULTS-UNARRESTED38.171Class A Misdemeanor09/09/2013

In April of this year his terms of probation were modified to include AA.



ON SEPTEMBER 11TH - A DAY WHICH SHOULD LIVE IN EVERY ONE'S MIND, THE COURT WILL HEAR A MOTION TO ADJUDICATE VICTOR GARCIA GUILTY FOR VIOLATING HIS TERMS OF PROBATION

On of the kickers is his new DWI which is now three months old. I spoke with the DPS supervisor as to why it has not been filed and all he could say is it takes time.   So unless it gets filed today, Ed Cyganiewicz, will go into court tomorrow on a Motion to Adjudicate Guilt without the new DWI filed through the DA's office.  There most certainly needs to be an investigation of this matter.

Now, not that the law stops anything in Cameron county, but in the motion to adjudicate Cyganiewicz, cannot offer to drop the new DWI because no case has been filed and there is no court order appointing him as the prosecutor. 

I will be in court to see how things go at 9 a.m. Friday morning. 

The court should give Victor Garcia the maximum punishment allowed by law.  He plead out of the felony charges and now laughs at the prospect of being found guilty of a misdemeanor charge - NO he needs jail time which is permitted under the law.  He needs the max.

When the DWI is filed anyone but Cyganiewicz needs to be appointed as the prosecutor and Victor Garcia needs the max again.  These deals must stop.  I can only hope the FBI will be in court tomorrow not only shaking their heads at Cyganiewicz, but also DPS for claiming it takes more than three months for an officer to file a simple DWI charge.

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