H.V. Davidson (Tuesday, November 19 19 03:33 pm EST)
Where is the news.....
Hi Mr. Davidson,
My apology to you and all the other loyal Sentinel readers. The analytics page proves there is a substantial loyal audience despite my lack of activity on the Sentinel Alert page for the last few months and I appreciate you being one of them.
It boils down to the neccesity that I make some money and pay my lawyer along with all my other bills. My case was scheduled for pretrial hearing yesterday when we would finally be able to enter some motions and get the ball rolling toward exposing the truth but the special prosecutor submitted a last minute motion to delay the inevitable. (see front page).
I was so hoping to get this behind me but at the last minute, they decide they need a new judge because the corrupt DA that is behind the indictments campaigned for the opponent of the newly elected judge in the last election. If you ask me, for a DA to openly campaign for a District Judge candidate is unethical in the least. If it is not illegal, it should be. We understand that Hon was used to a judge that would overlook and engage in his criminal acts and wanted another on the bench he had great influence over but as that song says, "You can't always get what you want"
The little punk (Lee Hon) DA is so afraid of the truth coming out and proving his lies and corruption that he is grasping at a straws. I do respect the office of District Attorney. It is most vital for our system of law and order to stand. With the immense responsibility and power we bestow on that elected official, when the position is abused, the people suffer with matching immensity.
I find it interesting that both this corrupt DA and the 'lady' lawyer out of Coldspring who has a long history of siding with corrupt public officials including the last corrupt San Jacinto County DA I went after that filed criminal charges on me in retaliation for me exposing his crimes are both trying to recuse the same judge. All of the honest attorneys I know, speak highly of the man. Steve Watson - Publisher
Hi Anonymous, The only news on the Linda Vincent case is that she was arrested, tried and given very strict probation and restitution requirements she must fill to stay out of jail. There is a fairly comprehensive article on the standing of the case HERE that only missed the newsworthy fact that it was a Sentinel investigation and publishing that finally forced the issue into the courts. Every effort was made by Lee Hon and the Texas Rangers to ignore my evidence and stall justice in this matter. The Sentinel had to step on toes and make some enemies to get this crime prosecuted. One thing that I have learned personally from the case is that there are a good percentage of folks in Polk County who either love the status quo and want to keep wallowing in the corruption or are afraid of it. Two people in Polk County have made contributions to The Sentinel efrort. TWO.