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Houston, TX

Mark Counts of Counts Bonacci accused fraud with affidavits

Chechen Greg and Dana Pennington lawsuit in Spring, Precinct 4, place 1. It's a shame when special needs parents who can pay minimal fees rip off one of the only nonprofit attorneys helping disabled kids for free. But her lawyers conduct even worse.  (Oct 14, 2011 | post #1)

Houston, TX

Mark Counts, Counts Bonacci, alleged to have defrauded Judge

The lawsuit is on file in Judge Adamd JP Court, Precinct 4, Place 1. He's counsel for Dana and Greg Pennington, who cheated the leader of a nonprofit legal corporation helping disabled kids. She's attacked her former lawyer, refuses to honor a laughable fee that no client would get outside a nonprofit lawyer.  (Oct 14, 2011 | post #1)

Houston, TX

Sheriff Adrian Garcia prefers high paid executives to Dep...

The following is an artile written by Big Jolly Politics and if you want to verify the truth simply go to the linke provided in the Article. It is in Black and White and written by the current Administration of Harris County. So, there's no spin. Further, google the articles where Adrian Garcia is NOW trying to address this problem, just months before the 2012 election, knowing that it doesn't look very good when you have more 6 figure executives sitting behind a desk than deputies on the Streets to keep your families safe. If elected, Louis Guthrie has promised to cut this fat and put priority where it should be in the gargantuan Harris County Sheriff's budget. The next time you read a puff piece about Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia's budget prowess, think about this: executives +93, patrol deputies -66. That's right, at the same time reporters are letting him get away with talk about spending less, they are ignoring the plain fact that he added 93 executive level positions at the same time he cut 66 positions from the patrol bureau. Not to mention the 39 detectives he cut. But you won't hear about that if you rely on Houston's news media. Instead, you'll find puff pieces that read as if former Houston Chronicle reporter, now Harris County Sheriff's spokesman Alan Bernstein still had his newspaper password. As well as passwords at the local television stations. Goodness, where's the beef in reporting today? Here is a chart taken directly from budget reports posted online at the Harris County Office of Budget Management, which you can read in detail at http://www.hctx.ne t/budget/ But this is what you find in the media: KHOU: The Harris County Sheriff’s Office says they have nowhere to cut, and they haven’t – yet. Houston Chronicle: There is simply no way to cut another $40 million from a department that is already down 10 percent from the number of employees it had when a countywide hiring freeze went into effect in September 2009, said sheriff's spokesman Alan Bernstein. Sheriff Garcia liked that Chronicle blog so much that he is featuring it on his campaign website. Hmm. Does Bernstein get paid for that one too? In a separate article in the Chronicle, District Attorney Pat Lykos says: "Public safety is the number one priority of government. That is why government exists," District Attorney Pat Lykos said last week. In a statement issued Monday, she said, "Further reductions in force will be devastating, delaying justice and putting the public at risk." Oh really? Public safety is number one? Note to DA Lykos - send a memo about that to Sheriff Garcia and ask him how many deputies he could have hired for the salary he's paying recently chunked out of office Loren Jackson. Two? Two and a half? The next time you hear a politician tell you that they can't find anything to cut in their budget, just remember Sheriff Adrian Garcia's actions.  (Oct 14, 2011 | post #1)

Houston, TX

Sheriff Candidate Carl Pittman Good Guy but 1st time vote...

Many of you know that Carl Pittman is running for Harris County Sheriff. I have personally seen him speak many times and he commands a room with a nice presence, key to politics, the ability to clearly speak and deliver a message. He has served in the military but his credentials to serve as Sheriff are weak, with much of his experience not a command post in California, a much less amount in Texas. But the most important thing you need to know is that Carl Pittman admitted that the first time he ever exercised his Constitutional Right to vote in any election in the U.S. was 2010. If a man is dedicated to the Integrity of the System and concerned about our Nation at the Local Level, wanting to lead, don't you think that should be reflecting in his active history of participation in the political process? Personally, I believe he voted in 2010 to prepare for this 2012 Sheriff election. But, I am a bit surprised that the seeming lack of forethought in the reality that he would be asked about his voting record, given that the Sheriff's race is Partisan like most others (who knows why?). In contrast, Louis Guthrie has voted in every election since he was first given this privilege at the tender age of 18. He has demonstrated a commitment to the community, serving approximately 20 years in Harris and Liberty County, and has significant command experience that Pittman lacks. Pittman is good guy and says he was a successful businessman and knows how to handle budgets. That may be true. But Louis Guthrie has also owned numerous successful businesses that continue to thrive. Louis is capable of the command the office of Sheriff requires and the monstrous sized budget of the County Sheriff's Department. This may not be a big deal to you, but it should be.  (Oct 14, 2011 | post #1)

League City, TX

Mark Counts of Counts Bonacci accused of fraud on a Court

Lawsuit filed in Judge Kent Adams Court in Precinct 4, place 1  (Oct 11, 2011 | post #1)

New York, NY

The Giraffes running scared over libeling Louis Guthrie

That guy is insane or stoned. Delete  (Sep 14, 2011 | post #134)

New York, NY

Giraffes get a Lawyer for libel case

You're an idio t  (Sep 14, 2011 | post #7)