Corruption Laden and Drug Gateway El Paso to Revisit Drug Lab

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  1. Birdie says:

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The civil trial has begun for Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg who’s fighting for her job following a drunken-driving arrest earlier this year. The Austin American-Statesman reports (http://bit.ly/1fdMgc0) various witnesses to Lehmberg’s actions the night of April 12 testified Monday on the opening day of her trial. A visiting judge from San Antonio will determine whether the 64-year-old Lehmberg is fit to remain in office. She pleaded guilty within days, was sentenced to 45 days in jail and took a leave of absence to check into rehab. Lehmberg then returned to her job. But a petition seeking her removal was filed under a state law that allows the removal of elected officials for “incompetency,” `’official misconduct” or “intoxication on or off duty caused by drinking an alcoholic beverage.”

    WE, AS A COMMUNITY NEED TO HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE. THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO WORK FOR US. NOT SO, HERE.

  2. Birdie says:

    Afraid to comment:)

  3. Birdie says:

    We all know the drugs and its operation is thriving in El Paso. The Big Wigs are complicit.

  4. This article brought up some very painful memories. It was eleven days, and you might be interested to know that the El Paso police actually performed three tests. Unfortunately, one has to be able to follow instructions when using field tests. All three tests actually resulted in a negative result, but the four very “experienced” police officers involved in the testing had not been properly trained and/or chose to ignore the printed instructions that normally accompany these tests. So, they incorrectly interpretation of the results. What you may not know is that after the DPS tests showed no controlled substance, Wiles ordered the laundry detergent I was carrying removed from evidence and re-tested by different officers who actually did follow the instructions. The results were of course the same as the DPS results — NO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. Maybe Esparza should pony up some of the DIMS money he gets every year from the county commissioners to help with the cost of testing – just a thought.

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