Review of 2013

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  1. Rotten Peppers says:

    You make a valid point that corrupt public officials constitute a form of violence against the polis. I had not considered it that way. This is a very violent city in that light.

    Imagine this Spring when the AAA games begin. The luxury suites can be called “bribery boxes” and I can just see all the politicos lining up for a swell time with Paul and Woody. You could ask your readers to snap pictures of politicos going in or out of the suites and post them here. If we could make those high priced seats politically radioactive for elected officials it might take some of the frosting off of Fosterwood’s new Twinkie.

    Niland is key to their further plans but she has pissed off so many people in her district and is so obviously a Hunt/Foster sock puppet that all her district needs is a viable alternative and she is the next Ortega.

  2. Corrupt Judge says:

    Let’s recap the year where the corruption is concocted. Remember we are no longer the country of innocent until proven guilty.
    Where is the true corruption, and think about it, will it ever end, when we have certain individuals being told to continue the government stories. Read the following links below, see for yourself:

    “Thursday ended one chapter of the public corruption investigation that has gripped of El Paso for the past nine years and it opened up a totally new part that a FEDERAL JUDGE SAID HE HOPED would lead to indictments.”

    “Montalvo also said he was DISAPPOINTED to read a recent El Paso Times story quoting an elected official who said they were ‘glad the public corruption scandal was behind us.’ ‘I’m saddened that such IGNORANCE was publicly displayed,’ Montalvo said in court. ‘IT’S NOT behind us. WE have a long way to go.'” Read:

    “Unlike every single defendant, you still have information that could benefit the government TO PUT PEOPLE IN PRISON,” said Montalvo. Here this judge has already found others unindicted, guilty before even going to trial, and further is insinuating/leading this defendant to a Rule 35 message, read:

    Now ask yourself are we still in the United States with actions. Farewell to the year 2013 and the BOLD display of true corruption in the courts.

  3. Rotten Peppers says:

    Montalvo has probably seen a lot more evidence, yet to be processed, than we know of.

    • Corrupt Judge says:

      So we should all just do away with the the words “impartial judge”, as they mean nothing. That’s intelligent. Let’s do away with “innocent until proven guilty” too.

  4. Jay Koester says:

    “By this time, the horde started to notice that my writing was having an effect on their ability to keep the illusion alive about El Paso being a safe city devoid of corruption and therefore they unleashed multiple useful idiots to attempt to discredit my facts.”

    So true. The El Paso horde shakes and shivers in fear at what the Florida blogger will publish next.

    And how dare the horde holler “Prove it!” when you have something better than proof: Whispers.

    Indeed, 2013 was an amazing year. I can barely wait to hear your plans for 2014.

    • Jafo says:

      And how are your plans going on that non-existent blog of yours ? You better hope another Naked Harem story comes up again in the future.

  5. Birdie says:

    For 2014 can we ask for new years resolutions: how are the maruffos and apodacas connected? what is their connection to law enforcement?

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