in Texas and Williamson County
"Corruption in our courts and government will not be stopped by those at the top, they benefit too much. It can only be stopped from the bottom, by each voter becoming informed and holding city and county elected officials responsible."
My objective is to research, investigate, and expose the corruption in our courts, county, and cities, making voters aware, and helping to create and maintain good government in Williamson County Texas.
We need a government and legal system we can trust. Williamson County government and legal system are corrupt.
Elected county officials are handing taxpayer money to their friends.
Williamson County courts have become a farce of judges willing to ignore our laws, and human rights and dignity while they knowingly support a corrupt and predatory legal industry designed to maximize profit while destroying individuals and families.
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I don’t know what all veterans feel when they see government corruption. Not all veterans have the same experiences. Most never see combat. Actual front line combat is experienced by less than 10% of all veterans because most of war is logistics, communications, and command and control. Only a small percentage of the military engages the enemy face to face.
I’m one of those who engaged the enemy face to face as an Assault Helicopter Flight Leader in Vietnam. During my time in war, I expected to be shot at every day. The 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) infantry I delivered into battle had it worse. It is difficult to hide a whirling noisy machine hanging less than 5 feet above the ground in a small landing zone surrounded by trees, vegetation, and people who want to kill you. From standing in the door, the infantry would jump out into battle from my helicopter, and I would go get more infantry. Dodging enemy fire coming and going. On average, my unit would complete two combat assaults each day.
Yes, my feelings and expectations are connected to the most intense times of my life, fighting for my nation. We were fighting for, a system of government we could trust and against a government that could not be trusted. I can’t suppress my feelings, because it would be to ignore myself, and all those who died, were wounded, and served somehow, somewhere, and especially at the front lines with honor and visions of justice and a nation they could respect and trust. My father taught me to have this feeling, he was a combat medic who landed on Normandy Beach, on D-day, and fought the NAZIs from North Africa to the Elbe and the end of WWII in Europe.
I expect, and demand, the honest government we all thought we would have when we took those oaths and fought those battles.
Texas Public Information Act Request - Taylor City Attorney provides false information to 425th District Court
The misrepresentations made by Mr. Hejl have resulted in a confused and negligent Taylor City Council. That confusion and negligence has contributed to the City of Taylor losing $ millions in resources meant to support housing for children, disabled persons, and senior citizens who make up the majority of individuals needing housing support in Taylor.dd your news summary here.
Tom Mowdy's citizen communication to the Taylor City Council - April 13, 2023
Tom Mowdy asks Taylor City Council to honor their oaths and refer the THA crimes to the District Attorney.
Taylor City Attorney Helps Friends Steal $ Millions from City
All the avoidance and denial behavior is clearly designed to protect political friends who are part of stealing public assets and whose behavior should be questioned by citizens and law enforcement as a corruption racket. It is all about a lot of money, the continuing theft of cash flow that was intended to help elderly, disabled, and unfortunate citizens with housing programs, and thereby protect and improve the community.
Open Records Request on Taylor City Attorney Ethics Problem
Email, phone text, or other written text containing any questions to or discussion between any Taylor City Council member, other Taylor Council members, and the Taylor City Attorney containing any of the following described information
Taylor City Attorney's revealing Conflict of Interest and the THA crimes.
Yes, it happened. Sometime before March 12, 2013, the Taylor City Attorney, Mr. Ted Hejl was given probable cause to believe major felony crimes were committed against THA. That fact is documented in the THA Board minutes. Ted Hejl’s client, Mr. Ed Komandosky, appears to have been involved in those crimes.