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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

FBI Investigation at Bexar Co. Courthouse; San Antonio's First Same Sex Divorce; Child Organ Harvesting in Mexico; More Nigerian Scams

San Antonio lawyer bribed Bexar judge
SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio lawyer pleaded guilty Monday to bribing a state district judge, admitting that he gave the jurist cash, paid for repairs on his personal vehicles and even selling one of his Mercedes for him, all in exchange for favorable rulings on cases.

Newly unsealed documents in the case of Alberto “Al” Acevedo Jr., 60, say he bribed then-144th District Judge Angus McGinty.
“The things of value included cash, car repairs, the sale of a vehicle belonging to Judge McGinty, the registration of a vehicle purchased by Judge McGinty, fuel, and a car wash,” Acevedo's plea deal states. “In exchange for these bribes, Judge McGinty provided favorable judicial rulings which benefited me and my clients. Judge McGinty provided these favorable judicial rulings as requested, and as opportunities arose. These favorable rulings included leniency at sentencing and less restrictive conditions of release."
This judge fixed cases for a car wash?!

Same-sex divorce filed in Bexar County
SAN ANTONIO — As Texas' ban on gay marriage is being reviewed by state and federal courts, a lesbian couple filed what is likely the first same-sex divorce in Bexar County last month.

As the Express-News' Patrick Danner reported, the case involves two women, Allison Leona Flood Lesh and Kristi Lyn Lesh, who were married in 2010 in Washington and have a child.
This is a good example why lawyers should support gay marriage. It will increase the number of divorce cases, so some of these newly licensed lawyers can have some work to do. 

Child Organ Harvesting And Trafficking-Linked Arrest Made In Mexico

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Police in Mexico's western state of Michoacan detained an alleged member of the Knights Templar cartel who is suspected of kidnapping children to harvest their organs, an official said Monday.

Michoacan state Public Safety Secretary Carlos Castellanos Becerra alleged that Manuel Plancarte Gaspar was part of the cartel's organ-trafficking ring. The ring would kidnap children and take them to rented homes with medical equipment where their organs were removed, Castellanos Becerra charged.

"We have several statements in open investigations that point to a network of several suspects who would identify people with certain characteristics, especially children, and kidnap them," he said.

Nigerian Lawyer Scam Letters of the Day

These are some of the ones that got past my spam filter. I also got one from a Samantha Fu. 

Dear Counsel,

I wish to file a case against my ex-husband (Shan Song) for failure to complete
court ordered payments of Child Support, Spousal Support, Equitable
distribution and Medical support in our separation agreement. Kindly
respond to confirm your readiness to assist, I will also need a referral if this is not your field of practice.

I am earnestly waiting for your reply.

Warmest Regards,
Huan Song.

We are looking for prospective mystery Shoppers who would anonymously Evaluate the below of a company in your environment .

‧ Quality Of Service
‧ Appearance Of Staff and Site
‧ Attitude
‧ Cleanliness
‧ Overall Perception
‧ Sales Skills

If you are interested , Kindly provide your Full Names , Address , city , state , zip code , Cell Number and note for each assignment you carry out, you get paid ( $300 ). There is no fee involve to become mystery shopper.

Kindly respond back and further details will be provided.


I would like to make donation to charitable institution in your community. Please contact me if you can accept this donation On Their behalf. Contact email: careisgood1@hosanna.---
Cecilia Dupree

1 comment:

  1. My senses tell me the SA judge / lawyer story is an unfolding case with some big fish at the end of the line.