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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Falcon Lake Murder: The OAG decides

Well, we have finally received the decision from the Attorney General as to whether the Sheriff is allowed to except information, and they've ruled against him because he took too long to respond.

However, because he was able to provide compelling reason to withhold certain information under the guise that the witnesses lives "were in danger" because he had "sources" telling him that the cartel were seeking to "eliminate" all the witnesses, the OAG allowed him to withhold identifying information, or so that's what I understand from their letter.  Here is what they sent us:

It's a little confusing because they are addressing Sigi, not us, but mainly what they are telling Sigi is that the only information he can withhold is identifying information, which is what should be done anyways.

On the other hand, I'm not completely positive on this.

The OAG keeps referencing items that they've highlighted, but until we get this information from Sigi, we won't know for certain what he was allowed to withhold.

According to the OAG, Sigi has 10 days from the receipt of their letter to provide the information to us.  We received this letter on September 20, 2011.

Holy crap!

Sigi is late again with providing this information to us!

More signs that something is up with this Falcon Lake murder story.

So what's our next step?

I believe our next step is to write a Writ of Mandamus.  This is sort of like Tiffany Hartley and Judicial Watch's lawsuits against the FBI, the DOJ, and the DOS.

In short, Sigi is being ordered to give us the information we are requesting.

According to the Texas Government Code § 552.353:

(e)  An offense under this section is a misdemeanor 
     punishable by:           
    (1)  a fine of not more than $1,000;                                          
    (2)  confinement in the county jail for not more 
         than six months;  or       
    (3)  both the fine and confinement.                                           
(f)  A violation under this section 
   constitutes official misconduct.         
We'll let you know how that works out.

In the meantime, we're working up another FOIA similar to the one that Tiffany Hartley sent the FBI, DOJ, and DOS.

I'm hoping the one we send them will make them interested in investigating Tiffany deeper, but my partners in this case believe that we'll get about as much from them as Tiffany has, meaning we are expecting to get nothing from them.

Personally, I think it's still worth a try.  I'm really interested in knowing if the FBI was involved in this case or not.

It may be the reason why the FBI was unable to provide Judicial Watch any information.  They may have never been involved.

Not that that leaves them off the hook, but if that's true, then why has Tiffany been deceiving us on that?

I've tried looking for articles that mention the FBI involvement in the case, but the only one I found was one claiming that they weren't involved.

ValleyCentral reports:
"Even though Hartley's interview was inside the FBI building, no FBI or American authorities were present during the questioning, something Hartley was okay with."
Of course she was okay with it.

Lord forbid the FBI might actually want to investigate her, right?

Which is why I suspect that these lawsuits she just tossed into the ring have her looking nervous.

One bad step, and the FBI might decide to do what they should have done a long time ago to her.

But I also suspect that she didn't squeal too much about NOT submitting a FOIA because
a.) she didn't know a FOIA could lead to a lawsuit, and;
b.) she knew they were not going to have any information on the case because they were never involved.
I also suspect that Judicial Watch was aware of b, but it was in their best interest to have them NOT provide any information so they could go forth and sue.

From what I have read, but don't take my word for it, it seems that these lawsuits really mean nothing.  If they don't want to provide this information, they don't have to, but they have to pay for the attorney fees, which might explain why Judicial Watch was all too ready to accept the case.

Like I said, don't take my word for it, and I will investigate that to see if I hit the nail on the head or not.

In any event, in the end, I'm really interested in seeing how this lawsuit is going to play out.

My bet is that it was all a publicity stunt to help boost Judicial Watch and, garner some support to scare whomever into giving Tiffany a death certificate for David, even though we don't really know if he's dead or not.

Well, that's all for now.

I will keep you informed soon as to what has been going on in this case as soon as we get more information from the PIA's and FOIA's (or complaints for such) that we sent out.

Until next time, please stay tuned for more....


  1. So let me get this, you want us to give you a donation for being a stay at home mom who spends all her time "investigating" from the comfort of her computer? or is that you want a donation for justice for David, or is it justice for Tiffany? Tell you what, I will personally fund you for life, all you have to do is across over the boarder and start knocking on doors in Mexico, tell them that you are investigating the alleged murder. I'll even send you a check in advance, I figure about a $1.25 is all the funding you will need.

    PS, I am all for your fight for real border issues but how about you pick a real one because this silly soapbox you are on here is nothing other than your personal, vindictive rant and crusade for Tiffany.

  2. LOL, "stay at home mom". I am not a stay at home mom. My kids go to school during the day, and I work from home, not just doing this, but a real job. The donations that I have received have gone solely into investigating this case, from paying to obtain the Public Information we have requested, to gas to visit the site of the incident, to paper and ink, and using my personal time to keep people who don't live here informed about the realities of the Texas border. I don't really care if people give me donations, but I am thankful that they are. I am sure they understand that the work that I do takes away time from my real job, personal time, and home life, and many have expressed their gratitude for what I do. That is what keeps me going, not donations, and that is all that matters.

    BTW, I could be mean and hold you to your comments, even in a court of law, because you have stated you will fund me for life and figured $1.25, but that is not what it takes. For you, I personally charge an advanced fee of what it costs to cross the bridge, which is $3.25, plus $20 for gas, plus a deposit of $4965.00. The total is less than $5000, which means I could take you to small claims court over your comment, but I'm not a mean person, so breath easy. Just be careful what you say. Have an awesome day. :)


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