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Thursday, November 28, 2013

Texas RICO Violations Judge Reyes Merck Medco Public Integrity Section in the Justice Department’s Criminal Division



Medco Merck Same Corp 1998 -2009
First post 11/28/2013
If the Court will check the record it will see where it has violated Plaintiffs rights to the proper access to the Courts and Due Process of Law by not following of Judicial Administration Rule # 6 Time Standards for disposition of cases: District and statutory county court Judges of the County in which cases are filed should, so far as reasonable possible, ensure that all cases are brought to trial or final disposition in conformity with the following time standards;

(a) Criminal cases: as provided by Article 32A.02 Texas Code of Criminal Procdure.
(b)Court Reporter Donna S, Rayes, "I am  the law, "I made the law"Judgment was ordered in Plaintiff's favor but Judge Rayes refused any further proceedings.
SUMMARY OF THE ARGUMENT

Starr County Sheriff’s Deputy Arrested and Detained on Bribery, Extortion, and Drug Charges
Second Starr County Deputy Arrested in Bribery and Extortion Conspiracy
U.S. Department of Justice

http://youtu.be/7NBHO6Fb1Bw

Office of Public Affairs
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WASHINGTON—A Deputy Sherriff for the Starr County, Texas Sherriff’s Office has been ordered detained by a federal magistrate judge in the Southern District of Texas on charges of conspiracy, federal programs bribery, extortion, and drug possession with intent to distribute, announced Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division.

Nazario Solis, III, 34, of Rio Grande City, Texas, was ordered detained yesterday by U.S. Magistrate Judge Dorina Ramos in McAllen, Texas. Solis was arrested on July 12, 2012, on charges contained in an indictment filed in the Southern District of Texas.
His case is being prosecuted by Trial Attorneys Peter Mason and Anthony J. Phillips of the Public Integrity Section in the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. The case is being investigated by the FBI’s Public Corruption Task Force in McAllen, which is composed of U.S. Customs and Border Protection-Internal Affairs, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement-Office of Professional Responsibility, Department of Homeland Security-Office of Inspector General, and the Texas Rangers. The Drug Enforcement Administration-Houston Division and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives also participated in the investigation.

The indictment charges Solis with one count of conspiracy to commit federal programs bribery and extortion, one count of federal programs bribery, one count of extortion, one count of conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute marijuana, one count of possession with intent to distribute marijuana, and one count of attempt to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. The indictment also charges Jason Michael Munsell, a deputy sheriff with the Starr County Sheriff’s Office, with conspiracy to commit federal programs bribery and extortion, one count of federal programs bribery, and one count of extortion. Munsell, 26, sdetai
Pla http://www.fbi.gov/sanantonio/press-releases/2012/starr-county-sheriffs-deputy-arrested-and-detained-on-bribery-extortion-and-drug-charges
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