Monday, July 9, 2018


EVERY MAJOR PAPER INCLUDING BUSINESS JOURNALS ARE NOW ASKING FOR THE DOCUMENTS ON THE ALLEGED TOMA VIOLATIONS IN THE HIRING OF MARIO LOZOYA

I have been asked to forward the lawsuit immediately upon filing.  They have seen enough to know something is profoundly wrong.  They all know who Cesar de Leon is and about is racial rant.  They all have this ad from Mike Hernandez defending Cesar's racial rant.


The primary issue with the lawsuit is, it will end up with Judge BaƱales because no sitting judge will want to handle it.  This is wrong.  They have a duty to rule on every lawsuit filed in their court unless they are conflicted out or they have a valid reason to recuse themselves.

I have no idea how this will go.  I do know it will get a lot of press - press which will be real bad for Brownsville.  It is time the city commissioners start thinking about removing Jessica Tetreau-Kalifa, Cesar de Leon and David Betancourt from the GBIC.  The new Directors need to fire Luis Hernandez forthwith. 

Mario Lozoya is going to sue when he is without any job.  The new GBIC Board needs to bring cross actions against Luis Hernandez for malpractice and Jessica Tetreau-Kalifa, Cesar de Leon and David Betancourt.

I do not see how Mario wins anything.  He signed the contract on June 24th, and then denied on the 26th as having accepted the job.  And then there is the issue I cannot disclose.  I know what Luis Hernandez will argue.  He will argue since the GBIC has been operating illegally all of these years then the law should be ignored now that it has been discovered.

If the emails which the city can secure show Mike Hernandez was part of this they need to make sure when Mario Lozoya sues Mike is brought into as a party for his role in the mess.

Sit tight my friends, this is going to be done by the law and not salacious attacks on Mario Lozoya's private life.

Plain and simple - the contract signed between Mario Lozoya and Cesar de Leon on the 24th.


The agenda for the 26th of June two days after the contract was signed.


MARIO LOZOYA LYING TO THE HERALD ON THE 26TH ABOUT NOT HAVING ACCEPTED THE GBIC OFFER YET EVEN THOUGH HE SIGNED A CONTRACT ON THE 24TH

"Lozoya, who grew up in McAllen, is director of government affairs and external relations for Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas in San Antonio. Reached by phone Wednesday, Lozoya said he had not accepted GBIC’s offer yet but is considering it — especially since the job would allow him to return to the Rio Grande Valley and be near family."  See Herald Article GBIC votes on hiring executive director





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