Wednesday, December 20, 2006

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American GI Forum of the United States

Richard Rocco Chapter

Kenedeno & Associates

Public Policy Advocates

Anton S Haley

4910 Lavaca

Corpus Christi, TX 78411


(361) 851-2851 (361) 658-3015

December 19, 2006

Chris Adler, President

Del Mar College Board of Regents

Dear Madame President and Distinguished Board Members:

· Initially, the SGA investigation and the SGA final report was deficient, was the investigation inept or were facts withheld from the Regents?

· How long were the SGA sex issues and the SGA investigation report intended to remain secret from the Regents? How long was it a secret?

· Fact: DMC Upper Echelon Employees were in attendance; was it a primary motivating factor to cover up? Was it a factor?

· In our research, we find Jose Rivera as the investigator.

· Is it true Ms Cox had no involvement in the SGA investigation? Signature?

· Other than the students, has there been any one else held accountable.

· The Regents are accountable

· The President is accountable.

· DMC Employees who were in attendance (@SGA Event) must be held accountable

· The investigator and the alliances that conspired to withhold this knowledge from the Regents and the Community must be held accountable.

· The expulsion of a single female student (when it takes at least two to tango) must be addressed.

· Did the expulsion of this student prevent her grievance process from continuing?

· There are rumors of Settlements & Nuisance Settlements, why would the College pay just to make a false claim go away. These settlements are admissions of _____________?

· Censorship only cuts off lines of problem solving. I am not affiliated with any DMC Employees nor am I connected to Shari Parker as has been alleged. I respectfully request acknowledgement of the public’s right to inform DMCall on the current events and issues involving DMC via the Public Email System and to engage the ideas and solutions from within. Is the choice to censor because, the facts are unfavorable to one’s side.

· I request under the FOIA access to the Baker / Botts Report.

· I request under the FOIA access to the Waters Report.

· I am asking the Regents to submit a formal request to the Austin District Attorney for an independent investigation per Texas Ranger’s inquest into the Richardson Auditorium including the asbestos, the public exposure, the mold, the rental irregularities and alliances of preferential treatment.

· Should the above request be ignored we must question the motives.

· We ask for the Board to place Dr Carlos Garcia on Administrative leave pending the outcome of the litigation.

· We ask for the board to address the settlements involving Dr Garcia as evidence of impropriety and to respond accordingly.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.



Anton S Haley


Kenedeno & Associates

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


To hear the truth, or someone's perception of it; To see hidden agendas uncovered; To see self-proclaimed uncoverers of hidden agendas pursue their hidden agendas; To seek or find eternal salvation; To see music videos;
And because the three minutes of public comment period at most local government meetings isn't enough for some of these people, there's public access television.
Corpus Christi residents can apply for half-hour or hour-long time slots weekly on Time Warner Cable's public Channel 10. In addition to being city residents, they need only be 18 or older and refrain from advertising, obscenity and a few other federal on-air no-nos.
Here are a few of the more than 60 shows on local public access (check local listings for times):
"Corpus Christi Taxpayers Association," by Joe O'Brien, longtime critic of local government.
"La Voz Del Pueblo," by Abel Alonzo, longtime advocate for disabled, regularly exhorts public officials on matters of conscience during public meetings.
"GI Forum National Report," by Joe A. Ortiz. - This show once attracted attention because hosts Joe Ortiz and Rolando Garza gave away "Coconut Awards" to local Hispanics. Ortiz still runs the show while Garza has moved on to his own show.
"Civil Rights," by Rolando Garza - His cause is organizing city workers under the United Steel Workers Union.
"Common Cause," by Mary Beth Nelson - This show covers a lot of ground from public access to government records, to the Army's experiment in Corpus Christi on disposing of nerve gas.
"South Texas Politics Live," by John Marez - Marez often brings on political candidates for live discussions on their campaign issues.
"Corpus Christi, Naked City," by Jose Marroquin - Pursues public access to information. Enjoys exposing property appraisal issues.

The Secretary of State cleared her to run.

I think these guys are going to learn a lesson or two....

from the attorney general down. The Secretary of State cleared Ms Garcia to run. If you read the AG opinion you will know what a crook this guy is when it comes to the little people. Carlos Valdez, I cant see how he would obtain Jurisdiction given there is no criminal act. This matter should be processed through existing administrative law.

A Voter Registration in Kleberg While Residing in Nueces?

The question is, which home was her domicile. I have been to her Apartment here in Corpus Christi, it sure looks like it is her primary residence.

I cannot imagine Carlos Valdez even having anything to do with this case, given his history with Mike Westergren and I am told with Joe Alaniz as well.

If Carlos Valdez prosecutes this lady, he is a fool.

I stand behind her.