Window company owner accused of stealing deposits says he skipped town to avoid disgruntled customers
About half of the customers of the Republic of Texas Window Company who spoke with the Defenders in recent weeks have filed complaints against owner James Hunter Townsend with local law enforcement, the Texas Attorney General’s Office or both.
‘It’s truly just voter intimidation’: NISD pressured staff, tracked votes during bond election, records show
Employees at multiple Northside Independent School District campuses have told the KSAT 12 Defenders in recent weeks that administrators relentlessly pressured them to vote on a May bond measure, tracked whether they had cast a ballot and in one instance threatened discipline if they failed to do so.
Seized vehicles, money at center of investigation of Real County Sheriff
The Texas Rangers targeted vehicle and currency seizure logs late last year in connection to an investigation of Real County Sheriff Nathan Johnson, search warrants released this week by the Texas Department of Public Safety confirm.
GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert exploring challenge to Trump-backed Texas attorney general
“We cannot afford to have the Texas Attorney General be a Democrat and turn a blind eye to problems Democrats have created,” Gohmert says, implying that he already believes there will be fraud in the 2024 election. “If there is corruption or fraud in the four largest Texas cities in the November 2024 election, the district attorneys in those counties will likely still be Democrats.”washingtonpost.com
Agreement reached to provide records related to city's decision to ban Chick-fil-A at airport
Officials with the Office of the Texas Attorney General said the city will provide Paxton with documents regarding the city's communications, meetings and records related to the exclusion of Chick-fil-A. I look forward to reviewing the city of San Antonio's records surrounding this discriminatory decision," Paxton said. San Antonio City Attorney Andy Segovia released the following statement:"The City has always complied with the Attorney General's open records process. In mid-July their Open Records Division ruled that the City should release documents and we agreed to. Today, the Texas Attorney General finally agreed to drop their writ of mandamus lawsuit."