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BIKER JUDGES: FAIR AND IMPARTIAL OR WELL CONNECTED GOOD OLD BOYS ?

You know the Waco Officials have a “good old boy” system and they’re all connected somehow,  someway.  Okay,  HOW?  Rental houses,  land,  Limited Partnerships,  deer hunting,  Masonic Lodge,  what is it?  This has gone on since before the internet,  write me,  show me the ANCESTRY. COM of the Courthouse. Judge Matt Johnson ’86 (pictured, left) … Continue reading

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BIKER ATTORNEY CLINT BRODEN REPRESENTING MATTHEW CLENDENNEN

“Broden attended the University of Pennslyvania.”    Thus explaining the “what the hell” looks occasionally belied by the left eyebrow of biker attorney Clint Broden.  The trial hasn’t even started yet and phrases like “an audible groan”,  and “an audible sigh”,  have shown up in recent television and print media. “Have you lost your mind”?, … Continue reading

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KISS THE 6th. AMENDMENT GOODBYE Attorney/Client conversations turned over to DA Abel Reyna by Jail Personnel

Attorney Clint Broden said Matthew Clendennen, his Biker client,   called him from jail and he warned Matt at the time that the calls likely were being recorded. “I assume in most jails that the calls are being taped, but I don’t expect them to turn it over to the DA’s office,” the Dallas attorney … Continue reading

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THE GROPING JUDGE

What the hell is wrong in McLennan County?  Your Judges are all either law partners, cousins,  sons of other officials,  Baylor alums from the Law School,  and generally seem to have the same DNA,  or,  greedy mindset.   They’re fathers or brothers have held high positions and it’s like a microcosmos of “the lucky sperm … Continue reading

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Judge Robert Stem Named Co-Conspirator in Suit Against Hearne Firm July 22, 2010

HOW  DO THEY KEEP GETTING AWAY WITH IT?  They are ALL Baylor Grads and Judges who help one another stay in power,  get money, and stay on the bench.  There’s nothing that can be done about what happened yesterday when this Judge,  Judge Stem,  allowed his buddy and fellow Baylor alum,  Judge Matt Johnson to … Continue reading