Apparently, Jaime Abeytia has been telling anyone that will listen to him that I distorted his extensive criminal record. Several of you have requested a complete list of Abeytia’s criminal record as well as the sources for the information. Rather than respond to each request individually, I am going to publish it on my blog.… Read More The Extensive Jaime Abeytia Criminal Record
Let’s not mince words here, Jaime Abeytia is a criminal. As such, please don’t bother with the threats of defamation and libel suits that follow each time I point out he is a criminal. In October 2014, Abeytia pleaded guilty to his latest crime. He is currently on probation hoping to complete it in order… Read More Michiel Noe Wants to Appoint Criminal
It is likely that you know that a new political season is upon us. You have probably noticed that the useful idiots have started to posture in service to their masters. As the jockeying for your attention intensifies, I thought it would be a good idea to put together a scorecard of whom each useful… Read More The Political Season is Upon Us and the Useful Idiots are Posturing
As you all know by now, Jaime Abeytia pleaded guilty last Monday to a Class B misdemeanor for illegally accessing his former wife’s email account. He was sentenced to one-year probation. What the probation restrictions are will take me a few days to get because the court takes time to process the paper work and… Read More The Criminal Activities of Jaime Abeytia
Those that have been following city politics may have noticed that a political faction rallying behind Ray Caballero has been building since 2000. Although Ray Caballero is apparently silent on the city’s political landscape, his legacy is felt at the city and the county through various elected officials. His latest incarnation is Claudia Ordaz. Let… Read More Well That Didn’t Take Long
Many of you already know that Jaime Abeytia is no longer on the public’s dole working for Vince Perez. As some you may have noticed, last Tuesday, August 5, I tweeted that I had confirmed that Jaime Abeytia had left the county. A reader had kindly sent me the tip earlier in the day. The El… Read More Why did Jaime Abeytia leave?
As you already know, Naomi Gonzalez pleaded no contest on May 2, 2014 to driving while intoxicated in a March 2013 incident in Austin. She was sentenced on a class A misdemeanor to 15 days in jail by Travis County judge Carlos Barrera. She had injured a bicyclist with her BMW after she rear-ended another… Read More Comments on Naomi Gonzalez
As predicted by many, the investigation into an allegation of a second assault by Ann Morgan Lilly has seemingly disappeared into oblivion never to be spoken of again. You might remember that back in October I alleged that the El Paso Police Department keeps a special police unit to protect certain individuals from public scrutiny. You… Read More Where is the Ann Morgan Lilly Police Report?
The games of political “scratch-my-back-and-I’ll-scratch-yours” continue in El Paso. Today’s installment is the ongoing Jaime Abeytia saga at the expense of the taxpayers. Apparently, the rampant corruption isn’t enough for certain political figures in El Paso. As of today, not only is Abeytia still under indictment for showing inappropriate images to his daughter he is… Read More Jaime Abeytia and the Cycle of Corruption
I thought today would be a good day to recap some pending and ongoing issues that don’t merit a whole blog post, but nonetheless are important to bring up. Obviously, the most important thing happening next week is the start of early voting. Who you vote for is unimportant as long as you understand that… Read More Recapping Pending Issues
As the final sentences are handed out in the public corruption cases I began to wonder about two other criminal cases with political connections. The first case is City Representative Ann Morgan Lilly. As expected in a corrupt laden city like El Paso, the local police department is keeping this case hidden behind the illusion… Read More Follow Up on Jaime Abeytia Criminal Case: Two More Cases
Employees “should not engage in conduct that would reflect badly upon the integrity of the County” reads the County’s employee handbook. And as much as Jaime Abeytia’s personal conduct is suspect we already know that we cannot expect him to rise above and be held accountable. Vince Perez, on the other hand, has a duty… Read More El Paso County Employee Manual: Not engage in conduct that would reflect badly upon the integrity of the County