7/23/07 DISD Woes
native born Dallasite, I have an abundance of family members who actually work
in the DISD. Those family members are scattered
throughout the district.
My family members also have friends who work with them
in the DISD. You know how friends are, they
Some of them are close to the DISD administration
building, so I constantly receive tips on wrongdoings
that have come to fruition on a pretty consistent basis.
Word is out that the whole story on this top
DISD cop with the flaky college
diploma has not been told. Once it
is told, Hinojosa and his top guys won't come off
looking like the choir boys they try to paint themselves.
I'm told this top cop drama goes back before
Hinojosa's time. It wasn't handled then,
and it wasn't handled afterwards when it was first
brought to the attention of Hinojosa's people.
More on all of this later. A writer on another
"If you have all
this alleged information from your 'family members' that all work for the
district, why not bring it out all at once so it can be resolved once and for
all? Or, are you more interested in the publicity than in the kids?"
This old Scottish-Rite Mason cares about kids and family, equally.
Sometimes you have to throw a bone out there
just to see who goes after that bone if you know what I mean.
It's all in timing. Hopefully,
indictments will follow soon and then....the fun starts.
can tell you supposedly a very high ranking DISD
Honcho may have received a thick file over a year ago from a
departing interim DISD police commander on the
wrongdoings of the person in the Dallas Morning News article
by Kent Fischer,
DISD's No. 2 officer could face charges
(7/22/07) That person may have simply sat on the
If you're calling your school
board trustee to offer suggestions,
consider requesting your trustee to ask Hinojosa
if anyone of his head honchos received the
aforementioned information. Better ask him
now before it comes out someone gets indicted.