Thursday, August 22, 2019


MONTOYA LIES IN JUDGE RINCONES STORY.  IS HE RUNNING COVER FOR SAENZ, OR SENDING A MESSAGE TO A PROSPECTIVE CHALLENGER HE WILL LIE AND DECEIVE FOR THEM?

The judicial races are important to ending the corruption in Cameron County and Brownsville.  The fact Montoya lies about Rincones does not change my position she and judge Sanchez need to go if we are to restore integrity to the judiciary.

Okay I am about to copy and paste entries in docket sheets of both cases Montoya references to show his claims are false, and in fact raises serious questions did Luis Saenz just allow for the third time a murderer go free?

THE INDICTMENT

On August 8, 2018, Robert Galvan was indicted for the stabbing death of Horacio Eguia.  Case 2018 DCR 01691.  The murder was allegedly on April 12, 2018.

DA Saenz latter moved to dismiss the charges. 
 11/15/2018 Journal Entry 
Comment
both sides present. ct granted States Mtn/Order of dismissal.

A slight little fact left out by Montoya.  Why did DA Saenz request of the murder charges be dismissed  I can only see what is on line, but just before the State's Motion to Dismiss, the parties were waiting on lab results.  There is no evidence of reindictment.

THE OTHER CASE WHEREIN RINCONES ALLEGEDLY IGNORED SAENZ'S REQUEST TO REVOKE BOND

"Deft to continue with probation as ordered with modifications. Deft is ordered to enter into an outpatient drug treatment program; participate in an intensvie surveillance probation program. GMR/cr"

Yes it is true Judge Rincones ignored a clear letter summary from Community Services as to the defendant's history.  And it was about three weeks later he was charged with murder.

But when you check the murder charge the last entry is DA Saenz's motion to dismiss the murder charge and it was granted.

People can argue whether it was right for Rincones to deny the Motion to Revoke and only add modifications.

But to claim because of her actions Horacio Eguia was murdered defies DA Saenz's own motion asking that the murder charges be dismissed.

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