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Texas Attorney General considers itself as independent of laws from the counties that it”governs." For example, the United States Constitution, the State Bar Rules of Professional Conduct, Daubert, Stowers and other well settled law is not considered when the Texas Attorney General decides upon policy and in violation of the “Mission Statement” engaging in Texas Deceptive Practice Act [DPTA] violations that govern the Law Enforcement Division, attorneys David Talbot Jr. , Karen Matlock and as demonstrated when Karen Matlock is still employed by the Texas Attorney General and the Texas Attorney General, Greg Abbott lied to Plaintiff Davis, Dr. Shirley Pigott M.D. and Beverly F. Thompson on Oct 6, 2008 about reaching a resolution which included the necessary reporting of Professional Conduct Violations of Karen D. Matlock in a Section 1983 case 4:03-CV-02395, for Matlock’s role in the murder of a federal witness, Melinda “Lindy Harrison” Honerkamp, the racketeering of Texas Private Investigators (participating in a illegal dissemination i.e. the “CAPIAS” and in a federal court trial ) and the Texas Medical Board (dismissing well settled law i.e. Daubert ) denying due process ( to Dr. Shirley Pigott M.D. ) and where attorney Karen D. Matlock but not limited to attorney Mari Robinson, attorney Natalia Luna Ashley ( Seguin, Texas) continues to abuse her ( their) office and public money, wasting, abusing public money for ‘legal services’ in violation of Texas Disciplinary Rule 8.04. Rule 8.04 states Misconduct (a) A lawyer shall not: ... (3) Engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation; The State Bar can sanction and, suspend his license or even DISBAR.
Plaintiff Davis deliberately hindered unable to communicate about Texas Ethics Commission December 14, 2009 ref ID 27741 for an ’opinion’ from the Chief Open Records Division using wire services, internet services, when Texas Ethics Commission, attorneys Warren Tom Harrison, Natalia Luna, General Counsel, and Ian M. Steusloff, Assistant General Counsel, used the United States Mail to violate the law and make misrepresentations. Requested are the cost, legal services connected to the Keith Schmidt “Federal Court” case. Also requested due to Attorney Spriggs intended testimony about intimidation, retaliation, attorney Karen Matlock riding around in Texas DPS [black and white] cruisers, threatening opposing counsel Spriggs, Matlock tampering with a GRAND JURY to ‘adjust’ the “Federal Court” case i.e lawsuit against 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 centered around Trooper Mike Vennell's shooting of Emilio Sanchez Jr., as the teenager ran from a crashed 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, said Karen Matlock from the Texas Attorney General's office, which is representing him in the case. Requested are the cost, legal services connected to the legal defense of Trooper Vennel and the letter from Texas DPS of the lawsuit filed by the attorney Spriggs. In addition the Executive Directors and Commissioners of various "Commissions" i.e. Texas Ethics Commission i.e. attorney Warren Tom Harrison, Texas Medical Board i.e. attorney Mari Robinson are not elected, but are appointed in an unclear process and the Texas Attorney General represents the Texas Governor Rick Perry. The lawsuit filed by Plaintiff
Carol Ann Davis February 18, 2003 is legitimate and based on other letters for the Texas Attorney General requesting the Texas Attorney General to act consistent with duty, written to Andy Taylor by Plaintiff Davis concerning the events connected to the Texas Board of Private Investigator i.e. Cliff Grumbles and Jay Kimbrough with Travis County Prosecution Team 480-735 and the illegal dissemination of identifiers, tampering with governmental data bases not pursuant to the Texas Government Code, subchapter “F” as demonstrated in the “CAPIAS” document filed in “Federal Court” case number 4:03-CV-02395 and the sufficient cause for Texas State Auditor John Keel to launch a criminal investigation, and the last communication of attorney Karen Matlock was that Plaintiff Davis allegations were “false and defaming” and Karen Matlock and the Texas Attorney General often make false statements in the usual course of business and in “Federal Court” absent any basis in fact or law, impervious to the truth and the Rules of Professional Conduct in the face of overwhelming evidence that she and her office played a major role in the concealment of public corruption crimes connected to the malicious prosecutions of actually innocent citizens, especially those engaged in federally protected activities including the murders of Daniel Joost, Alan Mabry, Donna Ringoringo. Attorney Karen D. Jones Matlock (from Seguin, Texas) continues to economically benefit by lying, yet the Office of the Texas Attorney General conspired with the O’Quinn Law Firm, attorneys Larry Mayo and Leona Filis (whose name is not on the “Federal Court docket sheet”) making false claims about a Section 1983 lawsuit that was recited on PACER as Carol Ann Davis v City of Jersey Village et al and the Texas Attorney General spent public money defending a private party i.e. Lonnie Ray Davis. That said, requested are the cost for ‘legal services’ rendered by the Office of the Texas Attorney General, attorney Karen Matlock and all the other
associates, colleagues, legal assistants, private investigators, including the detailed telephone toll charges, cellular telephone bills and cellular telephone calls discussed in “Federal Court”, by attorney Matlock and also but not limited to her conversations with opposing counsel James “Jim” Supkis, postage , and copying cost that were paid from public money connected to 4:03-CV-02395 from August 25, 2004 ( at 49 ) un opposed motion, set up “behind the scenes” by attorney Barbara Worth Palmer, and plaintiff attorneys Mike Decker (also not the docket sheet) and Tom Sanders. Finally requested is all correspondence, telephone calls, notes that recite any and all demands for settlement submitted by Plaintiff in connection with Section 1983 case that was misrepresented by attorney Karen Matlock et al that Plaintiff Davis sued the Texas DPS ( when Plaintiff did not) and requested are the current AG, plans to do to continuing his stalwart leadership as the next attorney general of Texas, who after taking “a very serious look” at the 2010 AG’s race decided to assign Karen Matlock to Civil Action Number 2:09-CV-00296. So what is Abbott going to do? Requested are documents and the documents connected to the press spokesman for Abbott’s campaign who has not returned telephone calls seeking comment to the misrepresentations of Greg Abbott about attorney Karen Matlock. That said, requested are documents in cases involving claims for malpractice or other alleged wrongful conduct in the performance of professional services, either under professional risk insurance policies or outside of such policies by the Texas Attorney General . Claims include similar claims filed by other actually innocent citizens and the defense of such claims involves all aspects of litigation, including initial case handling and consultation, discovery and case development, summary judgment, and other practices designed to reduce or eliminate the claims asserted against the State of Texas and its ‘professionals’ clients in
arbitrations, mediation, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution, and if necessary, trial or other contested case evidentiary hearings including Prison Legal News, Civil Action Number 2:09-CV-00296 filed in TXSD Corpus Christi. Requested are the legal services and cost of the same. Respectfully submitted, Original signed and Served Carol Ann Davis 25311 Sugar Valley Lane Spring, Texas 77373 281-350-2943
Thomas P. Sartwelle Voice: (713) 960-7311 Fax: (713) 960-1527
Texas Civil Rights Project James C. Harrington
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