The Editor: Dallas Court Dissolves TRO That Had Been Granted to Domingo Garcia The Editor: The

Dallas Court dissolved the TRO it had granted to Domingo Garcia last Friday. The parties agreed to the order to dissolve. What will now occur is that Domingo Garcia will continue to be a candidate for the position of National President of LULAC. The LULAC case against Domingo Garcia will continue to play out with discovery continuing under a normal schedule and not expedited. Unless there is a special motion, the trial of the case could be sometime after the LULAC Convention on June 17 -22, 2013. The LULAC request to the court is to have the court declare that Domingo Garcia is not eligible to serve as National President of LULAC. The lawsuit does not attempt to stop him from campaigning for office. In the meantime Domingo Garcia can continue his campaign and the National LULAC Board can argue to anyone who will listen to this biased Board that Domingo Garcia is not eligible to serve as National President of LULAC. If the election in Las Vegas elects Domingo Garcia, he can ask the new National LULAC Board to dismiss the lawsuit. After that he can ask the new National LULAC Board to fire Luis Vera and Manuel Escobar as legal counsel to National LULAC. The new Board can then ask for an independent investigation of the sale of the LULAC Hacienda property in Corpus Christi and of the Kingsville LULAC Manor property to determine if any

crimes were committed against the State of Texas and if any fraud was committed against LULAC and its members.

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