Plaintiff Davis deliberately hindered unable to communicate about Texas EthicsCommission December 14, 2009
ref ID 27741
for an ’opinion’ from the Chief Open RecordsDivision using wire services, internet services, when Texas Ethics Commission, attorneysWarren Tom Harrison, Natalia Luna, General Counsel, and Ian M. Steusloff, Assistant GeneralCounsel, used the United States Mail to violate the law and make misrepresentations.
are the cost, legal services connected to the
“Federal Court” case.Also
due to Attorney Spriggs intended testimony about intimidation, retaliation,attorney Karen Matlock riding around in Texas DPS [black and white] cruisers, threateningopposing counsel Spriggs, Matlock tampering with a GRAND JURY to ‘adjust’ the “FederalCourt” case i.e lawsuitagainst a former Texas Department of Public Safety trooper who shot an
18-year-old man in 2005
got under way Monday in federal district court. The trial centeredaround
Trooper Mike Vennell's shooting of Emilio Sanchez Jr.,
as the teenager ran from acrashed stolen vehicle after a high-speed car chase from Dumas to Amarillo on Nov. 15, 2005.Sanchez's family members filed the suit in March 2006. A Potter County grand jury twice
decided not to indict Vennell, who resigned from DPS in June.
Vennell is now a student, saidKaren Matlock from the Texas Attorney General's office, which is representing him in the case.
are the cost, legal services connected to
the legal defense of Trooper Vennel and theletter from Texas DPS of the lawsuit filed by the attorney Spriggs.
In addition the Executive Directors and Commissioners of various "Commissions" i.e. TexasEthics Commission i.e. attorney Warren Tom Harrison, Texas Medical Board i.e. attorneyMari Robinson are not elected, but are appointed in an unclear process and the TexasAttorney General represents the Texas Governor Rick Perry. The lawsuit filed by Plaintiff