Claudia Ordaz and Vince Perez Questioned by Police Officers And Mysteriously Released

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  1. Avoided walking beat at Arsaco says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if we heard the following “do you know who I am or you don’t know who you’re talking to”.

    I suspect Vince was asked if he had been drinking because of his breath and possibly the eyes. Then of course his and the Zero (Ordaz) quick class in law. Interesting that their friend wasn’t held. Initated the incident, disturbancing the peace, impeding traffic, and most likely Budweiser muscles or JD courage.

    Sure sounds like special justice to me.

    That’s a great question “who was the third person that ended the incident” ? Was it a friend of Vince or Zero with influence from the police or a deputy.

    Doesn’t surprise me, we are still for Anne Morgan’s prosecution and why wasn’t anything about Robinsons multiple violations on one traffic stop?

  2. Anita says:

    If the guy with Perez and the city council bimbo was big fat and disgusting, it could have been either the perv or Landeros.

  3. Chico says:

    Doesn’t surprise me…Ordaz getting caught texting Escobar during closed meeting and NOTHING HAPPENS!!! little wimpy Vince….he’s a whole different story…but seriously…this idiot wants to be County Judge???!!!!

    I HOPE ALL OF EL PASO READS THIS…THESE ARE NOT THE TYPE OF PEOPLE WE NEED RUNNING ARE GOVERNMENT!

    It’s clear that there are some serious ETHIC VIOLATIONS from a city councilwoman and county commissioner!

    Can we say…IMTIMIDATION…if I was a cop I would be intimidated too!!

    This has to stop!!

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