Academy Award Winning Performance by Adriana Tamez
May 27, 2017 By Dave Wilson
One of the nearly forgotten clauses in the First Amendment is:

The right to petition government for redress of grievances which is the right to make a complaint to, or seek the assistance of, ones’ government, without fear of punishment or reprisals.

As a citizen I have that right afforded me by the First Amendment and as a Trustee I have the fiduciary responsibility, to file a complaint regarding malfeasance, inappropriate activity, or unethical behavior by any Trustee who swears to serve the citizens of HCC.

At our Board meeting May 25th, 2017, (which was an inappropriate venue to air her dirty laundry), Trustee Tamez read a tearful statement expressing her distress directed at yours truly.  She was not happy that I had posted a video casting doubt on her actual residence.  She claimed to live at 4436 Jefferson but the video illustrates otherwise.

In her tearfully orchestrated statement she did not deny living in fancy digs (out of her district III) at a River Oaks 33 story luxury High Rise. Nor did she reiterate the fraud of living on Jefferson St.

Her Hollywood friends should nominate her for some type of award.  Maybe achievement in Sound, Animation, Drama, Makeup, or even “Best Actress”.  Oh, don’t forget the Reverend Zephaniah Capo in these considerations, “Best Supporting Male Actor”?  Providing the tissue to wipe her crocodile tear (which I never saw) was touching.

Trustee Hansen offered a prayer quoting a part of the Serenity Prayer that he incorrectly attributed to Saint Augustine, (actually written by an American theologian, Reinhold Niebuhr).

But an appropriate quote of St Augustine is “In the absence of justice, what is sovereignty but organized robbery”.

Tears are never a solution, just a delay of justice.


Dave Wilson  HCC