MAJOR BREAKING NEWS! Adrian Heath released from prison to hero’s welcome in Montgomery County

Huntsville, August 2 – Political prisoner Adrian Heath was released from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, at 11:01 a.m., this morning, August 2, 2017. His imprisonment, allegedly for illegal voting, was nothing short of a travesty of justice. It makes Montgomery County look like a corrupt South American dictatorship. Those directly responsible […]

Doyal and other criminal defendants in Texas Open Meetings Act case obtain extension to file their appellate brief; scheduling likely to create messy situation for Montgomery County Republican Primary voters

Image: Left to right, local political boss Marc Davenport and Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, criminal defendants in the Texas Open Meetings Act case, better known as “The Trial of the 21st Century,” due to its potentially significant impact on the makeup of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Commissioners Court members are subject to removal […]

Montgomery County Treasurer Davenport displays finance ignorance during “budget workshop,” costs County a fortune in payroll expense

Montgomery County Treasurer Davenport displays finance ignorance during “budget workshop,” costs County a fortune in payroll expense

Image: Embattled County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport presented her department budget proposal on Wednesday, July 26, 2017, with Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace James Metts reading or sleeping in the background. Conroe, July 31 – Embattled Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport attempted to fool the public into believing the financial economy of her payroll operation […]

Doyal, Mack, and cronies seek to silence the citizens, the citizens should silence them back at the ballot box

Conroe, July 29 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and other “establishment” elected officials are making a concerted effort to silence citizens who dare to seek to provide input into the County government. Near the conclusion of the so-called 4-day “budget workshop” that was little more than each Department director announcing that she or he […]

BREAKING NEWS: County Treasurer candidate, CISD Board President Melanie Pryor Bush explains the reality behind incumbent Davenport’s payroll expense waste

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, July 28 – County Treasurer candidate and Conroe ISD Board President Melanie Pryor Bush responded to County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport’s presentation during the Commissioners Court “budget workshop” wherein Davenport presented her version of the supposed cost to the County for payroll. Bush’s comments follow: “In the budget hearing Wednesday, it was reported […]

With no issues or accomplishments on which she can run, County Treasurer Davenport turns her campaign into name-calling feud

Conroe, July 16 – With no accomplishments or issues on which she can run for re-election, County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport turned her campaign into a name-calling feud over the Bastille Day weekend. After renowned political leader Melanie Pryor Bush, who currently serves as the President of the Conroe Independent School District Board of Trustees, announced […]

Prosecutors provide cogent summary of criminal case against County Judge Doyal, Commissioner Riley, Davenport, argue trial court should not have dismissed criminal proceedings against them

Prosecutors provide cogent summary of criminal case against County Judge Doyal, Commissioner Riley, Davenport, argue trial court should not have dismissed criminal proceedings against them

Beaumont, July 13 – The prosecutors, acting on behalf of the State of Texas, who are pursuing criminal convictions against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss and consultant Marc Davenport, filed their opening Brief late in the day on Monday, July 10, 2017, in the Ninth […]

BREAKING NEWS! Prosecution files brief, presses forward, in criminal case against Doyal, Riley, Davenport: The TOMA Trial, the Trial of the 21st Century

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, July 12 – The prosecution, the State of Texas, filed its Brief in the Beaumont Court of Appeals late Monday, July 10, 2017, arguing that the trial judge, Randy Clapp of Wharton County who acted as a visiting judge, erred when he ruled that the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) was unconstitutional […]

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