Conroe ISD Board of Trustees to hold “star chamber” hearing on Inman’s refusal to follow illegal “Code of Conduct”

Conroe ISD Board of Trustees to hold “star chamber” hearing on Inman’s refusal to follow illegal “Code of Conduct”

Image: The Star Chamber takes many forms in which political or social oppression of an individual occurs. The Conroe Independent School District has determined to oppress Trustee Dale Inman who has revoked his agreement to the district’s “Code of Conduct” which requires Trustees to delegate their non-delegable duties under the Texas Education Code to the […]

In an “economic development” success, Montgomery County government has successfully exported its primary commodity statewide to all of Texas: corruption

Conroe and Montgomery County, March 4 – Montgomery County and the City of Conroe have spent many tens of millions of dollars on “economic development” and have recently exported to the entire State of Texas the primary commodity which this community manufactures, corruption. In a case emanating out of Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie […]

Davenport Ring has terrific week, corruption shines in Montgomery County

Conroe, February 28 – Montgomery County has made a strong impression this week as the “most corrupt county in Texas.” It’s been a triumphant week for the Davenport Ring, the group of corrupt politicians who take their direction from corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport. The original members of the Davenport Ring were Marc Davenport […]

GIANT BREAKING NEWS: Texas Court of Criminal Appeals rules Texas Open Meetings Act unconstitutional, throws out criminal indictments of Doyal, Riley, Davenport

BREAKING NEWS! Austin, February 27 – The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals determined that the Texas Open Meetings Act provision under which former Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport were criminally indicted in June, 2016, is unconstitutionally vague. Doyal, Riley, and Davenport will […]

LSGCD General Manager Jones drags feet, prevents reform-minded Board from taking action

Conroe, November 28 – Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District (LSGCD) General Manager Kathy Turner Jones, who vehemently opposed the election of a reform-minded Board of Directors and used LSGCD state government funds to campaign for their opponents, dragged her fee in at least two major respects during the Tuesday, November 27, 2018, Board meeting to […]

Texas Attorney General Paxton Submits Brief In Court Of Criminal Appeals Case Against Criminal Defendant County Judge Doyal’s Pro-Government-Secrecy Position

Austin, September 29 – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton submitted a Brief to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in support of Special Prosecutor Christopher Downey’s criminal prosecution of outgoing Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, whom a Montgomery County Grand Jury indicted in June, 2016, for alleged violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”). […]

Prosecution files appellate brief in Doyal-Riley-Davenport criminal case before Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

Austin, September 3 – Special Prosecutor Christopher Downey and his legal team filed their Brief, on behalf of the State of Texas, without any delay in the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”) criminal prosecution case against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport, who is […]

Riley, Davenport file briefs in Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

Austin and Conroe, August 10 – Two of the criminal defendants in the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) criminal case pending before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals filed their appellate briefs late on Monday, August 6. Criminal defendant and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley filed his brief. Criminal defendant and local political boss […]

Court of Criminal Appeals accepts Riley, Davenport appeals along with previously accepted Doyal criminal appeal

Austin, June 22 – The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals agreed to hear the petitions for review on appeal of criminal defendants Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley and local political boss Marc Davenport with respect to their criminal indictments under the Texas Open Meetings Act. The Court notified the parties of its decision […]

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