After Montgomery County Judge challenger Keough raises County government ethics, Doyal misleads as to why he faces criminal indictment

After Montgomery County Judge challenger Keough raises County government ethics, Doyal misleads as to why he faces criminal indictment

Image: Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal (standing, far left) listens to State Representative Mark Keough, who is challenging for County Judge in the March 6, 2018, Republican Primary Election. Keough spoke about the need for ethics in the Montgomery County government after which Doyal misled concerning why he faces criminal indictment for alleged violations of […]

Montgomery County Judge Doyal lies on television about why he got indicted

Montgomery County Judge Doyal lies on television about why he got indicted

Image: Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal lied on Fox 26 on Sunday morning, February 11, 2018, trying to blame “social media” for his indictment and for Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley’s indictment for conspiracy to violate the Texas Open Meetings Act in June, 2016. Conroe, February 13 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal made […]

THE BIGGEST BREAKING NEWS OF ALL! Criminal indictees Doyal, Riley, Davenport must face a jury, as Court of Appeals reinstates TOMA criminal cases against them!!!!!!!

THE BIGGEST BREAKING NEWS OF ALL!!!!!!! Beaumont, January 7 – The Beaumont Court of Appeals reversed the dismissal of the criminal indictments of Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport (who has claimed to be a County official on several occasions, largely thanks to the […]

Court of Appeals begins deliberation of criminal cases against Montgomery County Judge Doyal, Commissioner Riley, and political boss Davenport

Beaumont, January 25 – On the heels of the recent indictments of several members of the Pasadena (Texas) Economic Development Board for alleged violations of the same section of the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA), the 9th Court of Appeals based in Beaumont began its deliberations yesterday in the criminal case against Montgomery County Judge […]

Corrupt and shadowy political boss Davenport admits to whole Phonoscope scheme: an annotated discussion of the County Treasurer’s and Sheriff’s corruption, with Doyal, Riley, and the Texas Open Meetings Act as problems

Corrupt and shadowy political boss Davenport admits to whole Phonoscope scheme: an annotated discussion of the County Treasurer’s and Sheriff’s corruption, with Doyal, Riley, and the Texas Open Meetings Act as problems

Image: Corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport lurking in the shadows with County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport. Conroe, January 7 – Corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport, already under criminal indictment for allegedly violating the Texas Open Meetings Act, made numerous admissions about the Phonoscope Enterprise Group scandal overwhelming the Montgomery County government in a communication […]

Montgomery County Treasurer Davenport to violate Texas Open Records Act, Texas Open Meetings Act in attempt at government secrecy

Montgomery County Treasurer Davenport to violate Texas Open Records Act, Texas Open Meetings Act in attempt at government secrecy

BREAKING NEWS! Image: Embattled Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport. Conroe, December 16 – In trying to hide her government office policies and procedures from the public, County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport is seeking to violate both the Texas Open Records Act/Public Information Act and the Texas Open Meetings Act together. Ignorance and viciousness are a bad […]

Precinct 4 Commissioner Clark’s criminal charges dismissed in Texas Open Meetings Act case

Conroe, December 8 – Visiting District Judge Randy Clapp, sitting for the 9th District Court, dismissed the charges against Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner Jim Clark on Tuesday, December 6, 2017, “in the interest of justice.” The charges arose in the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”) criminal case that remains pending against Montgomery County Judge […]

In race for “Most Stupid Lawsuit Ever Filed,” it’s close between San Jacinto River Authority (State of Texas versus State of Texas) and JP James Metts (Montgomery County suing itself)

In race for “Most Stupid Lawsuit Ever Filed,” it’s close between San Jacinto River Authority (State of Texas versus State of Texas) and JP James Metts (Montgomery County suing itself)

Conroe, New Caney, and Austin, December 7 – In the race for the “most stupid lawsuit ever filed,” the San Jacinto River Authority just filed a lawsuit in Travis County against Attorney General Ken Paxton – the State of Texas versus the State of Texas – that rivals the waste of taxpayer dollars of Montgomery […]

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