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BREAKING NEWS: Williams guilty on all charges - The Kaufman Herald : News

BREAKING NEWS: Williams guilty on all charges

Posted: Friday, March 23, 2012 12:00 am

By Loyd Cook


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  • anonymous posted at 9:10 am on Sun, Mar 25, 2012.

    anonymous Posts: 0

    Hey... he may not be as "poetic" or "slick" as the last DA we had, but at least he's giving his people the go ahead to hold everyone accountable, not just certain groups. You seem to forget the Gordon Pierce case that somehow "went away" after Rick Harrison took office and the officer that arrested him also "went away." I think what the new DA is saying is that he's not going to sweep things under the rug anymore. Whether it's him or someone working for him--who cares as long as the job gets done and he let's them do it.

  • anonymous posted at 2:23 pm on Fri, Mar 23, 2012.

    anonymous Posts: 0

    What "good old boy system" is d.a. McLellan talking about? Eric Williams was president of the republican men's club, wasn't a member of the Gent family, defeated a 16 year incumbent and was elected at the same time McLellan was. Kudos to prosecutor Mark Hasse, who convicted Williams in spite of McLellan's bumbling in the courtroom.


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