In Tuesday’s Republican Runoff, voters have chance to bring an end to the Davenport Ring of corrupt politicians (with only one vestige left)

In Tuesday’s Republican Runoff, voters have chance to bring an end to the Davenport Ring of corrupt politicians (with only one vestige left)

Image: Corrupt local political consultant Marc Davenport (left) and his most longstanding client James Metts (right). Montgomery County, May 21 – On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, Montgomery County voters have the opportunity to bring an almost complete end to the Davenport Ring of corrupt politicians who follow the direction of corrupt local political boss Marc […]

Pulliam’s statement calls Montgomery County District Attorney’s decision not to prosecute County Treasurer into question

Conroe, May 13 – Yesterday, one of the two primary requestors of Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport’s office procedures manual under the Texas Open Records Act, called into serious question the decision of Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon not to prosecute. Justin Pulliam, the businessman who requested the documents that County Treasurer Republican nominee […]

After Riley’s, Doyal’s criminal indictments reinstated, pro-government spending, anti-citizen lobbying groups come to their aid in Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to fight against government openness

After Riley’s, Doyal’s criminal indictments reinstated, pro-government spending, anti-citizen lobbying groups come to their aid in Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to fight against government openness

Image: Criminally-indicted co-defendants Craig Doyal (lame duck Montgomery County Judge) and Charlie Riley (Precinct 2 County Commissioner) enjoy some refreshments at a bank together in late April, 2018. Austin, May 12 – The ultra-liberal, pro-government spending, and anti-citizen lobbying groups, the Texas Municipal League and Texas Association of Counties, celebrating their work with liberal House […]

Montgomery County DA’s Office punts prosecution of Treasurer Davenport over disclosure of employee social security numbers, dates of birth

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, May 11 – The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office punted prosecution of County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport with respect to her release of names, dates of birth, and social security numbers as part of her disclosure of her office procedures manual. Davenport had argued that she needed to withhold the entire manual from […]

Conservative leaders Cook, Russell present Montgomery County “Nepotism Chart” on May 4 “It’s Hammer Time” TV show

Conroe and The Woodlands, May 5 – Outspoken conservative political activists Kelli Cook and Ginger Russell presented their full “Nepotism Chart” for the Montgomery County government on the Friday, May 4, 2018, edition of the “It’s Hammer Time” television show on Facebook Live, MCP.TV. Readers may watch the entire show on Facebook under the MCP.TV […]

With an intelligent leader willing to acknowledge his mistakes, the Sheriff’s Office has a strong possibility – but not a certainty – to recover from the Davenport era

Conroe, April 29 – The past two months have been terrible for Sheriff Rand Henderson and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. Here’s the tragic timeline since the end of February, 2018: Wednesday, February 21 – Sheriff Henderson ended his political connections to corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport, the head of the Davenport Ring, after […]

As criminal investigation plods forward, Treasurer Davenport’s “knowledge” of her wrongdoing clear in release of County employee personal information

Conroe, April 24 – When Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton ruled on March 1, 2018, that Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport must release her office procedures manual and overruled Davenport’s objections to the public disclosure, the Attorney General made clear that County employee dates of birth and social security numbers should not be among the […]

Editorial: Merit and sound law enforcement need to push politics out of the way in Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

Eric Yollick, The Golden Hammer Rand Henderson, who is Montgomery County’s Sheriff we elected in 2016, has had a great career as a law enforcement officer, yet he was doomed to be a failure as a Sheriff. Henderson still has a serious opportunity to pick himself up and be the great Sheriff that many people know […]

Criminally indicted co-defendants Riley, Davenport file petitions in Court of Criminal Appeals

Austin, April 14 – Criminally indicted co-defendants Charlie Riley and Marc Davenport, the Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner and local political boss, respectively, whose criminal indictments the Ninth Court of Appeals reinstated on February 7, 2018, filed their petitions for discretionary review with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin on Monday, April 9, 2018. […]

Co-Defendants Riley, Davenport briefs due April 9 in their criminal case in Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

Austin and Conroe, April 8 – Co-Defendants Charlie Riley and Marc Davenport, the Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner and local political boss, respectively, whose criminal indictments the Ninth Court of Appeals reinstated on February 7, 2018, must file their petitions for discretionary review with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin by Monday, April […]

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