Porn actor Ron Jeremy indicted on over 30 sex assault counts

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A grand jury has indicted adult film actor Ron Jeremy on more than 30 counts of sexual assault involving 21 women and girls across more than two decades, authorities said. Jeremy, 68, whose legal name is Ronald Jeremy Hyatt, pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday to all […]

Netflix indicted for “Cuties” movie in Tyler County (Texas)

BREAKING NEWS! The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Tyler (Texas), October 6 – A Tyler County, Texas, Grand Jury indicted Netflix, Inc., for child obscenity, a felony, for the presentation, advertising, exhibition, and publishing of the film, “Cuties,” which shows the genitals and pubic area of children under the age of 18. The indictment, which State […]

Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Riley, his party planner owe apology for lying to Montgomery County citizens before November General Election

Eric Yollick, The Golden Hammer Although we’re all relieved that, as a community, we don’t have to deal with another pending Charlie Riley criminal indictment. One is enough for a Montgomery County Commissioner who should treat his office as a trust and treat the citizens of Montgomery County as his bosses with whom he’s open and […]

Anti-reform establishment bristles as Keough, Clark tell truth about their opponents in Montgomery County elections

Breaking News! Conroe and New Caney, February 24 – The anti-reform political establishment is bristling as State Representative Mark Keough, who is running for Montgomery County Judge, has informed voters – in a mailer – about the truth with respect to County Judge Craig Doyal, who, along with Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley and […]

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 […]

NOVEMBER 2015 ROAD BOND PASSED BUT FAILED

Conroe, January 13 – In a December 28, 2016, press release, County Judge Craig Doyal bragged that one of “several successes for the county…in 2016” was “successfully passed a $280 million road bond election, and many projects are now underway.” Doyal revealed his confusion, because the $280 million road bond passed in 2015, not 2016. […]