Rick Perry's Criminal Defense Has Cost Texas Taxpayers Thousands, And the Bill Keeps Growing
There are 1 comment on the Burnt Orange Report story from Jul 19, 2014, titled Rick Perry's Criminal Defense Has Cost Texas Taxpayers Thousands, And the Bill Keeps Growing. In it, Burnt Orange Report reports that:
Last week, the San Antonio Express-News reported that Texas taxpayers "have picked up a tab topping $40,000 so far for the defense lawyer hired to represent Gov. Rick Perry in a grand jury investigation over whether he misused his power with a veto threat."
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#1 Jul 20, 2014
The drunk said she was going to resign, then changed her money. She should no be responsible for prosecuting anyone since the judgment of alcoholics is not even close to good, let alone average. Yes she is alcoholic: Anybody her age getting popped for a DUI is alcoholic. I take it she, or her office, is the one who called the grand jury investigation so it is the drunks own doing that Perry is entitled to defend himself at taxpayer expense for decisions made on the job. This writer obviously is a feminist trying to skewer another man. Take it back to the Old Country, Ms. Singh
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