Wednesday, October 25, 2017




THE GALONSKY CIRCUS CONTINUES.  WILL NURITH AND ABRAHAM BE INDICTED FOR AIDING AND ABETTING NEECE IN THIS SCAM?

I am off to collect more information.  Already documented are Ben Neece's Application for a Place on the Ballot dated February 2016, where in he says he has lived the for 7 months,  Below are pictures of that residence under construction in March of 2016.  I got them from a March 31, 2016, FB post by Ben. You cannot make this up. You see we had to get rid of John Villarreal.  He knew nothing about city government or how the people interact with the city.  

John went to the typing monkey with incomplete information and the typing monkey just repeated it without verifying [hence typing monkey].  He also lied about the front gate, which clearly had a sign he failed to disclose.  So once you see a sick hate monger like the typing monkey start posting his lies, you question everything he says.  John as a city commissioner should have been able to do everything I am doing.  A high school journalist could have done the investigative part, but then the typing monkey even lacks those basic skills.

The good news is,  because John Villarreal had no idea how city government works and how the people interact with city government, and the typing monkey was more focused on his obsession with Ben Neece than investigative journalism John Villarreal lost.  The second good news is, we now get to take down the Galonsky family.  Oh, I can assure you, Nurith will not resign from the GBIC to distance herself from this.  Her daddy has her convinced it is better to roll the dice on an indictment.  She will never be anything more than her daddy's circus clown dog.

THERE IS MORE - BE BACK IN A HOUR







AND NOW FOR THE NEXT ACT IN THE GALONSKY CIRCUS

Here are the rules concerning access to he ballot for a city election. "

  • MUST have lived in Brownsville, Texas continuously for at least one year.
  • MUST have lived in the District he or she hopes to represent at least six months prior to filing his or her application for election and must continue to do so during his or her term of office. (*)

Then city secretary Michael Lopez on February 10, 2017, approved Neece's Application for A Place on the Ballot.  Now maybe part of this is a typo. It clearly shows February 7, 2016, but the verification of his voter registration shows February 10, 2017.  God knows everyone sometimes misstate the year on forms.  But the only way Michael Lopez could have found Neece lived at the residence for at least a year is if he went with the 2016 date, otherwise Michael Lopez messed up.  This merits full investigation.  Did Neece in fact file his Application on February 7, 2017, but put 2016, to meet the one year requirement?

No fret Benny my boy, we all know my work is going nowhere, for the most part.

BUT HERE IS THE QUIRK




CITY OF BROWNSVILLE DID NOT RECOGNIZE 1203 E WASHINGTON AS AN ADDRESS UNTIL MAY 23, 2016

So according to city documents, 1203 E. Washington did not exist and he falsified his address on his application.  This is a crime.  This is assuming he filed in February 2016.

I am taking all of my stories with documents and demanding the City Secretary seek the assistance of DA Saenz, and police  to investigate.  Yea, I'm laughing too.

This part of the story is done.  Well except the county tax office says they have no record of 1203 E. Washington or improvements.  They are sending someone out to inspect the space to assess new taxes on the 4092 squ feet, which will be assessed against the owner of the building, while also assessing taxes on the two businesses he has at the address.

TOMORROW, IS THERE A CONTINUING TORT OF FRAUD AGAINST THE GALONSKY CLAN WHICH WILL ALLOW THE CITY TO GET THE MONEY BACK ON THE CASA DE NYLON SALE?

"While, under the basic accrual theory, a cause of action accrues when a wrongful act causes some legal injury, an exception to this general rule exists for continuing torts. First General Realty Corp. v. Maryland Casualty Co., 981 S.W.2d 495, 501 (Tex. App. ­ Austin 1998, pet. denied); Adler v. Beverly Hills Hospital, 594 S.W.2d 153, 154 (Tex. Civ. App. ­ Dallas 1980, no writ). A continuing tort involves wrongful conduct inflicted over a period of time that is repeated until desisted, and each day creates a separate cause of action. Two Pesos, Inc. v. Gulf Insurance Co., 901 S.W.2d 495, 500 (Tex. App. ­ Houston [14th Dist.] 1995, no writ); Arquette v. Hancock, 656 S.W.2d 627, 629 (Tex. App. ­ San Antonio 1983, writ ref'd n.r.e.). Limitations begins to accrue when the defendant's tortious conduct ceases. Tectonic Realty Investment Co. v. CNA Lloyd's of Texas Insurance Co., 812 S.W.2d 647, 654 (Tex. App. ­ Dallas 1991, writ denied)." 


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not a big deal but his application was filed February 2017 not February 2016 As you wrote. The photos show he did not live at 1203 e Washington for one year before filing. the certificate of occupancy confirms he did not even live there for one month before he filed. So Ben could not run for any position in Brownsville on February 2017 and definitely not the district he ran for.

BobbyWC said...

I just published my update. You are correct and incorrect. look at the date on sworn to, 2016. Look to my explanation and you will understand. I caught this during the final edit.

But good catch.

Bobby WEC

Anonymous said...

Texas Election Code 221.003. (a) The tribunal hearing an election contest shall attempt to ascertain whether the outcome of the contested election, as shown by the final canvass, is not the true outcome because:

(2) an election officer or other person officially involved in the administration of the election:

(C) engaged in other fraud or illegal conduct or made a mistake.

(c) This section does not limit a provision of this code or another statute expanding the scope of inquiry in an election contest.

Anonymous said...

Texas Election Code. 273.001. (a) If two or more registered voters of the territory covered by an election present affidavits alleging criminal conduct in connection with the election to the county or district attorney having jurisdiction in that territory, the county or district attorney shall investigate the allegations.  If the election covers territory in more than one county, the voters may present the affidavits to the attorney general, and the attorney general shall investigate the allegations.

Anonymous said...

How about them Texas Rangers. Texas Election Code 273.021. (a) The attorney general may prosecute a criminal offense prescribed by the election laws of this state.
(b) The attorney general may appear before a grand jury in connection with an offense the attorney general is authorized to prosecute under Subsection (a).
(c) The authority to prosecute prescribed by this subchapter does not affect the authority derived from other law to prosecute the same offenses.

BobbyWC said...

I do not live in the district. John Villarreal has to do this or someone who lives in the district.

We shall see if anyone cares.

I have demanded that the city secretary request the assistance of the BPD and DA Saenz in an investigation

Bobby WC

BobbyWC said...

This is for John Villarreal or someone in the district to do. I did my part and not lets see if anyone cares to actually act.

My money is no one will care to act including John Villarreal

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

https://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/forms/complaintform-sos.pdf
Come on John!!! Or Any assistant DA that understands what perjury or fraud is. The forms for citizens are included. Just attAch Bobbys evidence.

BobbyWC said...

Again the BV is only as good as it thousands of private investigators who do the real work. I just type it up.

Guys for the above find people in the district to fill in the form. You can print my evidence, but also say see internet link. On the left hand side there are three right now. Click on the story and only the story will come up and that is your link. Do all three. That is how I submitted it to the City Secretary and cc's Saenz

Bobby WC