Dolcefino Consulting is bringing attention to a coverup in the Spring Branch Independent School District:
19-year-old Texas student accused of threatening girl, 14, for sex, nude photos in sextortion case (New York Daily News)
The parents of a 14-year-old girl are speaking out after they say an older school jock threatened to spread racy photos of her unless she had sex with him and gave him more nude pictures. That alleged “sextortion” nightmare comes as the enraged Houston girl’s parents further accuse school officials of staging a cover-up during authorities’ investigation.
Memorial High School athlete accused of ‘sextortion’ (KHOU)
Kevin and Karen Maley believe their daughter is a victim of sexual cyber bullying. The alleged bully: a Memorial High School athlete. The parents alleged the athlete began threatening their daughter after he got his hands on a partially nude photo of her.
Family accuses SBISD officials of cover-up (Memorial Examiner)
A Spring Branch family claims Spring Branch ISD officials failed to take disciplinary action against a 19-year old student who sexually harassed, cyber-bullied and solicited sex from their 14-year old daughter
Dolcefino Communications client, The Ogg Law Firm, comments on how The Texas House Of Representatives Jurisprudence Committee approved a bill five to one that would make marijuana a legal crop.
“The figures are shocking in 7 years a hundred thousand Houstonians were arrested prosecuted and convicted for less than 2 ounces of marijuana,” said former prosecutor and crime stoppers director Kim Ogg.
Ogg says all those arrests come with a hefty price tag.
She estimates the Harris County Criminal Justice System spends 10 million dollars a year prosecuting pot smokers.
“So we’re looking at about a hundred million dollars in wasted expense where we’ve got limited public resources,” Ogg says.
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