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Saturday, November 07, 2009

Persistent paper pushing. . We should never reject the cause of the oppressed and defenseless.


Elle has already posted this little piece of dynamite now to practice it is a daily challenge to stay clear of getting beat down. Start practicing it my love,....... it is called DUE DILIGENCE and only you can do it 4 yourself! Just consider it a prerequisite for law school and moreso practice it to kick their a$$


Corpus Christi Law School

Ever mindful of stealthy encroachment, we learn to recognize modern day instruments of oppression.


1: We conduct ourselves as if we were in a class room at law school.

2: We develop tactics for dealing with those problems that define our age - like traffic tickets handed out by a camera.

3: We fight oppression.

4: We learn to write and file effective papers.

5: We sue those government oppressors, such as traffic cops and fake judges, who put a damper on freedom.

6: We use what is best from the "patriot movement". We seek authoritative patriot stuff.

7: We expose frauds - particularly uneducated book sellers in the patriot movement.

8: We urge people to take responsibility for their own litigation.

9: We provide proven successful examples, help at the beginning, and . . .. a group of lawyers and other bright folks who are doing the same thing!

Our tactics:

#1: The ancient and venerable Demurrer!

#2 Law of void judgments:

#3 42 USC 1983

#4: Guerilla Lawfare;
#5 Aggressive Patriot litigation,

#6: Ancient Writs

#7: Persistent paper pushing. . We should never reject the cause of the oppressed and defenseless.

Please see my top ten page to get an idea of the subjects that we discuss: http://www.lawyerdude.8m.com/5459.html We discuss driving rights, patriot theories, litigation, oppression, and remedies. If you want help with a legal problem please tell us the facts in a brief chronology and list of players (judge, lawyers, parties, witnesses) with phone number/addresses. Please clip your posts. Lawyers and experts: Please spell check and provide substantiation (case or statute)if possible. "I am a soldier so that my son may be a farmer so that his son may be a philosopher." - George Washington

Thursday, August 07, 2008

Corpus Christi Caller Times: If we cant drive our vehicles on the beach we are effectually restricted from that portion regardless of assurances, hand

Corpus Christi Caller Times: If we cant drive our vehicles on the beach we are effectually restricted from that portion regardless of assurances, handshakes or blueprints

When the powers that be were anticipating a "Privatized Beach".......
Posted on August 7, 2008 at 06:51:41 AM by Jaime Kenedeno



When the "powers that be" were anticipating a "Privatized Beach" the Beach in front of the seawall was at least 50 yds wide (probably 75 yds) anyhow it was wider than it has ever been in the last 20 years.

One other anticipatory preparation was the traffic sign which directed traffic towards the jetty only (no right turn or left turn only????). In a nutshell the maintenance on that portion of the right of way (at that time) was designed to create a spacious widened version of beach real estate adjacent to and extended from the seawall flamboyantly in anticipation of a demanding elite influx of human flesh. The maintenance has been once again downgraded so the beach front will recede and disallow vehicle passage as exemplified and used as argument to once again blockade our access to our beach. If we cant drive our vehicles on the beach we are effectually restricted from that portion regardless of assurances, handshakes or blueprints. Mc Cutchon just cut his own throat. He must be seeing dollar signs or has vested interests.

Councilman Michael McCutchon wants to pass the issue to voters, but needs at least four of his fellow council members to agree.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

No matter where we start, we can make a difference.

District 34 News



There are a number of important issues facing our district that we will discuss today. As you may know, this week, TCEQ held a public hearing about the ongoing cleanup at the Ballard Pits. They have assured our community that they will do everything to protect our health and the surrounding water supplies. Although TCEQ has said there is negligible danger to the health of those near the pits, I am deeply concerned that TCEQ will have to stop the project mid-way due to funding concerns. Therefore, I have written to Governor Perry and the Legislative Budget Board (LBB) about the urgent need for an emergency appropriation to keep the project going at full force until the site is completely cleaned. I have attached the letter I sent to the Governor and LBB on this issue. I will advise you of any further developments on this issue.



Additionally, some of you have been following the ongoing situation at Christus Spohn Hospital over the residency programs. I am doing all I can to ensure that a residency program continues at the hospital, especially considering that residents play such an important role in emergency room care at the hospital. We cannot afford to go without that vital service. I have attached a letter we sent to the hospital board about this matter. I hope the issue will be resolved by those involved so that there is no lapse in care for our community.



Many of you have been concerned about the upcoming deadlines for franchise tax returns. If this applies to you, remember that there is a June 2nd deadline for initial reports and a June 16th deadline for annual reports. Our office, Rep. Ortiz, Jr., and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosted the State Comptroller's office in Corpus Christi this week to discuss the franchise tax. For a copy of their power point presentation, please email Michael Garemko in my office at Michael.garemko@house.state.tx.us.



I may have seen you at any number of events across District 34 this week. On Saturday, I was at the Stand Up for Kids 5k in support of our area's CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) program. A CASA is a volunteer appointed by the court in child placement and custody cases. I cannot say enough about how important CASA volunteers are to the children in our community. I included this in April, but here is the information again: http://coastalbendcasa.org/volunteer.shtml. Become a CASA volunteer today.



You may have seen me during the procession of the 70th Buc Days Illuminated Parade on Saturday night. We were happy to participate in this traditional community event that has been celebrated by countless families for many generations in our area. The bands, floats, and other festivities made for another successful parade.



As part of my focus on youth issues last week, I gave a talk and took questions at the 2nd Annual Foster Youth Conference, which had inspiring attendance as well as stories of hardships overcome and excellence achieved. No matter where we start, we can make a difference. The tremendous foster youth that I met on Saturday are testimony to that.

Having previously been a member of the panel that interviewed applicants of the Nueces County Junior Livestock Show Scholarships, on Tuesday I attended the awards banquet for the scholarship recipients. It is always enjoyable to see the dedication and tremendous skill of those who applied and those involved in the Nueces County Junior Livestock Show.



Also, I wanted to send along word about an upcoming job fair in the area. The LCS Federal Detention Center will be holding a job fair to fill approximately 200 positions between May 1, 2008 and June 15, 2008. It will be held Saturday, May 17, 2008 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the RMB Regional Fairgrounds Center, Ballroom A (next to Circular Drive). This is a great opportunity if you are looking for employment.



Finally, a very special announcement is in order. Congratulations to the people of Corpus Christi for having the very best commuting conditions in American small cities according to Forbes Magazine. If you missed the story, here it is: http://www.forbes.com/2008/04/24/cities-commute-fuel-forbeslife-cx_mw_0424realestate.html. Not only should we be happy that our commute is such a breeze, we should be proud of how we do it: by carpooling and using public transportation. We are getting to work and avoiding damage to our environment at the same time.



And with that high note, I wish you a great weekend.



Please continue to reply and send me your comments or suggestions. Together, we can be successful in moving Texas forward.


Yours truly,


Abel Herrero
State Representative, District 34

Sunday, December 23, 2007

Dancing Politicos: Texas Monthly Web Press: Fil & Junior John ( the Two Juniors) dont give a hoot about a VA Hospital or Children’s Healthcare, they d

Dancing Politicos: Texas Monthly Web Press: Fil & Junior John ( the Two Juniors) dont give a hoot about a VA Hospital or Children’s Healthcare, they dont care about S TX

On the lamb........
Posted on December 23, 2007 at 07:27:59 AM by Borrego/Laurels Acres sold ....?title


Post 1 December 23, 2007 at 6:02 a.m. (Suggest removal)

What a superficial column! This is never about anything substantive- never discusses any real political issues. This lady is just a groupie at council and commissioner's meetings, reporting the stupid things they do or say.

The last week of the year is when people are making their final decisions to run for office. Something could have been written about attorneys thinking of challenging the rude Judge Longoria or what happened about possible opponents to Juan Garcia but no she'd rather talk about nonsense. If she wants to learn more about what commissioners are thinking when they dress the same perhaps she can do a series hiding out in each politician's closet and watching and listening to them dress- and the Caller - Times can get someone to deal with the more serious issues.

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Yes post 1 , it may be superficial , but is that earning the money we paid for them to "work harder"?

How much does faux "cleric" Tyne r Little earn? Enough for him to be elevated by the County Judge to "Reverend, are you all set?"

When did this happen? Dress rehearsal for another Loyd (Insurance) deal perhaps, but it was whatever "Kneel" wanted it to be.

What is 9/10th's of the law? Abandonment?
WACO?!?

This is criminal why does Jaime Powell not report "eminent domain" this crime fraud? Paul Jones & Ennis Joslin land giveaway?

Or the Pat rick Birmingham CCCC discrimination?



"A-B-C.....easy as 1-2-3.....it-is -free, it is wise to remember, no one rides for free.

We can always tell when you lie, your lips move.

Paid to fluff, all that is tough....


I'll take......
Posted on December 23, 2007 at 12:27:41 PM by Jaime Kenedeno



prime rib for 1000 Alex.

I mean, really..... we need to give Alex Garcia the boot and find somebody who will not only unite but to invigorate the State of the County Politics and engage the Citizenry of Nueces County Voters Voting.

We need to realize the one's who profit from division and it is not the average Nueces County Citizen.

We have State of the County events held with the publics money; yet the public was never invited.

We have the hyenas circling and making advances (but we do not see them). They are dressed in Lambs Clothing.






South Texas Chisme: Could it be true, Is Fil Vela involved with Connie Scott?

Treasurer?

TLR hates South Texas, does that include Connie and her Hubby?

WATTS his name? Mike Scott?

The Two Juniors represent not a mainstream Texas but they represent the Transplanted Texans (like Bush) and the Elite Texans (like K.C.Rove).


Junior John will say WATT ever it takes to get re elected.

>Why hasn't anyone gone after Filemon personally as a way to derail Rose?
>If you go to www.fec.gov and follow the instructions on finding out who
>gave to whom, how much, and when, then load up Filemon Vela as an
>Individual Search you'll see he's made significant contributions to two
>notorious politicians. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) and Senator Robert
>Menendez (D-NJ). Hunter is an undicted coconspirator in the very same mess
>that sent ex-rep "Duke" Cunningham's ass to prison recently, and Menendez
>is currently under federal investigation for shady real estate dealings by
>renting a building he owns to a non-profit and pocketing $300, 000.00 in
>taxpayer subsidies.



Junior John is working with Fil Vela Jr. & Federal Prosecutors (in the Valley, CC, SA & Houston) to Manufacture White Collar Crime and use it as a Political Strongarm when the Political Strongarm should be accomplishments and the actual construction of a VA Hospital in the Valley.




Junior John has got to figure in this mix and Fil is the inroads (for Cornyn) into South Texas. We need to put a Big Stop Sign up in Robstown and inform them about Connie Scott as I understand Fil Vela is her campaign manager or treasurer and Mike Scott is a TLR guy with a title












Sunday, December 09, 2007

B.A.C.A.L.A.: Velacrat is making friends with the Federal Entrapment gang and sycophants up to the ones he believes will elevate his Rose

B.A.C.A.L.A.: Abel Herrero has proven himself and his record is there for all to see; he is a fine representative



Abel Herrero has proven himself and his record is there for all to see. I am proud of Abel, he is a fine representative.

There is a natural law I always like to follow, "If it isnt broke , then it don't need fixin".

On the other hand,


















Velacrat is making friends with the Federal Entrapment gang and sycophants up to the ones he believes will elevate his Rose to a Federal Judicial Bench.




Is Fil Vela going into the fraud abuse prosecution racket & the manufacturing of fraud abuse prosecutions?

Inroads (for GOP) into South Texas?
















Hurt? Injured? Need a Lawyer? Too Bad!



















TLR?? ..................................three little bitty letters;















nah, I wouldnt worry bout em.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

South Texas Judicial Watch Dog Authority: A Bill for the Creation of a Robstown Nueces County Constitutional Judge?

Now, Dick Cheney can shoot who he pleases and whenever he chooses to; after all was not Bo Hubert (John John's Consanguinity) one of the ones who covered the incident up for the inebriated Dick ?

South Texas Judicial Watch Dog Authority: I submit the legislation to be illegal, unconstitutional and in violation of election codes, government codes and a circumvention of trickery to spite the failed legislation that attempted (and failed) to create a new Judicial district in Kleberg & Kenedy Counties.

Sen Bill 1951 of the 80th Leg: 1 District Court with 2 District Attorneys no where else but the 105

Posted on November 14, 2007 at 11:52:34 PM by Jaime Kenedeno



Isn't that like having 2 Attorney Generals for the same state.

Can a County elect 2 County Attorneys

Can a County have 2 County Attorneys for the same county.

ADA's & ACA's are not elected nor are they appointed to serve by the Governor.

I submit the legislation to be illegal, unconstitutional and in violation of election codes, government codes and a circumvention of trickery to spite the failed legislation that attempted to create a new district in Kleberg & Kenedy Counties.

The legislation that created the New District Attorney Position in Kleberg & Kenedy County must be challenged.

There is only one district.

There can only exist 1 District Attorney per District.

"Anything else, would be uncivilized"

Senate Bill 1951 of the 80th Legislature

Political Bigomy After All Karl Rove is From Utah
Posted on November 15, 2007 at 00:41:33 AM by Jaime Kenedeno



Is it not illegal for two to be espoused to one?

Think we can legislate another Congressional Rep for the 27th Cong Dist to help Solomon with the "backlog" of legislation in the applicable counties.

The precedent has been created get busy and start exploiting it.

A Robstown Nueces County Constitutional Judge?

Create a County Constitutional Judge's office for both Robstown & Calallen/Annavile, and get Gov. Rick Perry to give the nod to Patti or Randolph Boothe or Sam Keech as first County Constitutional Judge of Robstown & Calallen/Annaville.


Political Bigomy After All Karl Rove is From Utah
Posted on November 15, 2007 at 00:41:33 AM by Jaime Kenedeno



Is it not illegal for two to be espoused to one?

Think we can legislate another Congressional Rep for the 27th Cong Dist to help Solomon with the "backlog" of legislation in the applicable counties.

The precedent has been created get busy and start exploiting it.

A Robstown Nueces County Constitutional Judge?

Create a County Constitutional Judge's office for both Robstown & Calallen/Annavile, and get Gov. Rick Perry to give the nod to Patti or Randolph Boothe or Sam Keech as first County Constitutional Judge of Robstown & Calallen/Annaville.


Potential Juror 26........
Posted on November 15, 2007 at 00:59:29 AM by d1

was told "Just trying to stay out of trouble"....LIAR...because If you were "you lied"!

Go back to Iraq where they need your kind of prosecution......I forgot your Farsi/Arabic sucks.

"Your Honor, I'm gonna have to spend the rest of the summer in the library"

More like the rest of your life......Your hate is well documented as you can READ English, do you understand/comprehend English?

TLR/Totally Live Recognition........Now, Dick Cheney can shoot who he pleases and whenever he choices to.

With you in his pocket....no need to utilize Jaime Powell.
WATT is the Number of the Judicial District for this so called District Attorney
Posted on November 15, 2007 at 01:21:39 AM by Jaime Kenedeno

Sec. 43.182. DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR KLEBERG AND KENEDY
COUNTIES. (a) The voters of Kleberg and Kenedy Counties elect a
district attorney. The district attorney has the same powers and
duties as other district attorneys and serves the district courts
of Kleberg and Kenedy Counties.
(b) The district attorney shall attend each term and session
of the district courts of Kleberg and Kenedy Counties and shall
represent the state in criminal cases pending in those courts. The
district attorney has control of any case heard on petition of writ
of habeas corpus before any district or inferior court in the
district.

(c) The commissioners courts of the counties comprising the
district may supplement the state salary of the district attorney.
The amount of the supplement may not exceed $12,000 a year. The
supplemental salary must be paid proportionately by the
commissioners court of each county according to the population of
the county. The supplemental salary may be paid from the officers'
salary fund of a county. If that fund is inadequate, the
commissioners court may transfer the necessary funds from the
general fund of the county.


The Legislation Failed but if you notice the language is the same
Posted on November 15, 2007 at 01:26:39 AM by Jaime Kenedeno



Sec.i24.567.ii423RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT (KENEDY AND KLEBERG COUNTIES). (a) The 423rd Judicial District is composed of Kenedy and Kleberg Counties.

(b)iiThe 423rd District Court shall give preference to criminal cases.

(c)iiIn addition to other jurisdiction provided by law, the 423rd District Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the county courts in Kenedy and Kleberg Counties and the statutory county court in Kleberg County over all matters of civil and criminal

3832 79th Legislature — Regular Session 79th Day

jurisdiction, original and appellate, in cases over which a county court has jurisdiction under the constitution and laws of this state. Matters and proceedings in the concurrent jurisdiction of the 423rd District Court and the county court or county court at law may be filed in either court and all cases of concurrent jurisdiction may be transferred between the 423rd District Court, the county court, and the county court at law. However, a case may not be transferred from one court to another without the consent of the judge of the court to which it is transferred, and a case may not be transferred unless it is within the jurisdiction of the court to which it is transferred.

(b)iiSection 24.207, Government Code, is amended to read as follows:

Sec.i24.207.ii105TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ([KENEDY, KLEBERG, AND] NUECES COUNTY [COUNTIES]). (a) The 105th Judicial District is composed of [Kenedy, Kleberg, and] Nueces County [counties]. The court shall give preference to criminal cases.

(b)iiThe terms of the 105th District Court begin[:

[(1)iiin Kenedy County on the first Mondays in June and December;

[(2)iiin Kleberg County on the first Mondays in April and October; and

[(3)iiin Nueces County] on the first Mondays in February and August.

(c)iiThe judge, with the approval of the commissioners court, may appoint an official interpreter of the court [in Nueces County] who serves at the will of the judge. The official interpreter shall take both the constitutional oath of office and an oath that he will faithfully interpret all testimony in the district court as official interpreter. The oath is sufficient for his service as official interpreter in all cases in the court [in Nueces County] during the interpreter's term of office. The judge may also assign the official interpreter to assist the court's probation officer in the discharge of the probation officer's duties.

(c)iiThe heading to Section 43.148, Government Code, is amended to read as follows:

Sec.i43.148.iiKENEDY, KLEBERG, AND NUECES COUNTIES [105TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT].

(d)iiSubsections (a) and (c), Section 43.148, Government Code, are amended to read as follows:

(a)iiThe voters of Kenedy, Kleberg, and Nueces counties [the 105th Judicial District] elect a district attorney. The district attorney has the same powers and duties as other district attorneys and serves all the district, county, and justice courts of Nueces County and the district courts of Kleberg and Kenedy counties.

(c)iiThe commissioners courts of Kenedy, Kleberg, and Nueces [the] counties [comprising the district] may supplement the state salary of the district attorney. The amount of the supplement may not exceed $12,000 a year. The supplemental salary must be paid proportionately by the commissioners court of each county according to the population of the county. The supplemental salary may be paid from the officers' salary fund of a county. If that fund is inadequate, the commissioners court may transfer the necessary funds from the general fund of the county.

(e)iiThe local administrative district judge shall transfer all cases from Kenedy and Kleberg Counties that are pending in the 105th District Court on September 1, 2005, to the 423rd District Court.

Thursday, May 26, 2005 SENATE JOURNAL 3833

(f)iiWhen a case is transferred as provided by Subsection (e) of this section, all processes, writs, bonds, recognizances, or other obligations issued from the 105th District Court are returnable to the 423rd District Court as if originally issued by that court. The obligees on all bonds and recognizances taken in and for the 105th District Court and all witnesses summoned to appear in the 105th District Court are required to appear before the 423rd District Court as if originally required to appear before that court.

(g)iiThe 423rd Judicial District is created September 1, 2005.

SECTIONi7.ii(a)iiEffective January 1, 2007, Subchapter C, Chapter 24, Government Code, is amended by adding Section 24.569 to read as follows:

Failed Creation of the 423rd District

Why did they try to create the 423rd Judcial District?
Posted on November 15, 2007 at 01:36:58 AM by Jaime Kenedeno



Sounds like how Hitler thought

Did they think they needed a new Judicial District to create the new District Attorney position?

We have here in this situation a District Attorney without a Judicial District.

Tell me I am wrong and back it up, any takers?