El Paso city attorneys fight deposition attempt in open records battle

Sep 9, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: El Paso Times

City Attorney Sylvia Borunda Firth discusses the recent release of city employee emails on Aug. 26. The city is fighting an attempt by a local attorney to take depositions of current and former city officials regarding an open records request seeking emails from their personal accounts, and is taking the matter to a Travis County courthouse.

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Obstructing justice

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IF EL PASO had a REAL sheriff,
He'd arrest those obstructing justice.....

But we have.....
And the corruption grows

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The guilty plea by former El Paso County Judge Anthony Cobos on Tuesday leaves just two of 34 defendants involved in the FBI's public corruption investigation awaiting trial, while 10 of them await sentencing.

The FBI's massive investigation began in 2004 and implicated 34 defendants, including three former El Paso County judges, several local business leaders, a handful of prominent politicians and other elected officials.

And the lack of local LAW ENFORCEMENT further indicates the need of the FEDS to do a boys job....
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And the corruption grows wrote:
The guilty plea by former El Paso County Judge Anthony Cobos on Tuesday leaves just two of 34 defendants involved in the FBI's public corruption investigation awaiting trial, while 10 of them await sentencing.
The FBI's massive investigation began in 2004 and implicated 34 defendants, including three former El Paso County judges, several local business leaders, a handful of prominent politicians and other elected officials.
And the lack of local LAW ENFORCEMENT further indicates the need of the FEDS to do a boys job....
Hillary Clinton will make her first public remarks about Syria on Monday when she makes a visit to the White House for an unrelated event, a Clinton aide told POLITICO.

The comments, the first since an unidentified aide said last week that the former Secretary of State supports President Obama in going before Congress to get support for a limited strike against Syria, will come after she meets privately with Obama at the White House, the aide said.

She will then appear at an event related to wildlife preservation at the White House, an event where her daughter, Chelsea, is part of the program. Clinton is expected to address Syria at the beginning of the event, in fairly brief remarks, the aide said.

She’s expected to make longer remarks generally, but to stick with her Monday comments on Syria, the following evening, when she gives a speech at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, where former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will be honoring her.

Her speech, however, is not expected to be a dissertation on Syria. Nor will it be so about the NSA, which had been expected to be the original topic. The speech is likely to be a mixture of themes.
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Who do we know,
Will be the next to go to jail!
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HO HO ho wrote:
Who do we know,
Will be the next to go to jail!
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