To The Editor:
Advice of the county attorney was that magistrates could vote for individual constables to have or not have emergency equipment.
The judge then says that they need to vote on ALL constables at once, not individually.
This spiel that was first given, was just a sham to divert what his true agenda is. Stomp down Constables.
Well, since I have been discriminated against by fiscal court's use of the pretense of what another Constable MIGHT do, then I have chosen to seek out an attorney and file suit against fiscal court for their actions which have made it difficult if not impossible for me to do the job to which I was elected.
Simply put, one can NOT deny something based on what someone else may or may not do.
By stating in open fiscal court about the willingness of another constable to sue, if I were granted lights and he not, then this decision to deny my rights, was based on that.
It is another form of discrimination, based on a perceived threat from another constable. As I stated, I can not and WILL NOT be held accountable for what another individual may or may not do.
Fiscal court will be held accountable in a court of law.
District 2 Constable Office