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Kevin and Karen Maley have donated tens of thousands of dollars to help the students of Spring Branch School District.

So when the couple got an invitation to the Spring Branch Education Fundraiser this November they weren’t surprised.

A minute later the invitation was taken back.

The Maley’s know why they are being shunned by Spring Branch ISD, and they are disgusted.

“I cannot believe these people are so vindictive,” says Kevin Maley. “They are punishing us for protecting our own daughter. They ought to be ashamed. Aren’t they parents?”

The Maleys blew the whistle last month on the gross failure of Spring Branch Independent School District to properly punish a high school football star who solicited dirty pictures and sex from their 14 year old daughter. The Harris County District Attorney’s Office and Internet Crimes lawmen raided the home of 19 year old Jeffrey Munoz last month looking for evidence, even though Spring Branch failed to secure the evidence seven months ago.

Last month, outgoing Spring Branch Superintendent Duncan Klussman attacked the Maley family, and now the school district education foundation is uninviting to the November fundraiser.

Do you believe in coincidences? The Spring Branch fundraising event is chaired by Mano Deayala, the attorney who represents the 19 year old who has been accused by more than one girl at Spring Branch of sexual misconduct.

“The message they are sending to our young girls is to just shut up, because they are clearly more concerned with keeping these things secret then protecting our kids,” says Maley. “Spring Branch has chosen to defend indefensible conduct. My wife and I are stunned they would stoop to such juvenile behavior.”

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In March of 2013 Uptown Board Chairman Kendall Miller lobbied for federal grant money for a bus project on Post Oak Blvd. His letter did not disclose his financial stake in the project.

In Mid-2014 Miller knew right of way acquisitions by Uptown would benefit his property, yet he still did not disclose.

Miller and two other Board Members revealed their potential conflict in early 2015 amidst growing questions by opponents of a plan to tear up Post Oak.

“Houston City Council needs to delay this project until taxpayers know where all the money leads, says Wayne Dolcefino President of Dolcefino Consulting. “I have heard Uptown brag about being transparent, so let us get all the cards on the table.”

An investigation by Dolcefino Consulting details several members of the Uptown Board have potential conflicts.

Take Houston Jeweler Jonathan Zadock, appointed to the Uptown Board in 2013. In March of that year Zadock argued for the federal grant money with Miller, arguing if major improvements weren’t made to Post Oak Blvd the prestigious street would lose much of its luster. Zadock called the bus plan cost effective despite the price tag.

As part of the deal, Uptown will have to spend tens of millions of dollars buying right of way from some Uptown Businessman. Jonathan Zadock controls one of those entities. In 2012 a corporation managed by Zadock bought a shopping center on Post Oak valued at more than 7 million dollars. The name of the corporation – Post Oak Right of Way LLC.

“This exposes the huge problem with Uptown. The folks on the board weren’t elected by taxpayers, even the property owners. Even if they have the purest motives, they are investing taxpayer money on deals that are good for them. What else is out there? It is time for everyone to disclose before another penny is spent!”

Houston City Council Members and the Mayor are term limited, but some members of the Uptown Board appear to be perpetually reappointed. Miller has been on the Uptown Board since 1999, 16 years.

“Property owners deserve to elect these folks, period!”

MEDIA ALERT

PRESS CONFERENCE

Oyster Boats are reporting harassment in Galveston Bay the last few days, part of a growing tension that is now interfering with a special rescue mission underway to save the oyster population.

State Game Wardens have now been asked to increase patrols of the bay before the dispute escalates.

Tuesday morning, May 26th at 9:00 am Concerned Citizens of Galveston Bay will hold a news conference and media tour to the battleground in the bay.

First the oyster problem. The continuing heavy rains have affected the salinity in Trinity and East Galveston Bay and thousands of young oysters are being moved to safer waters to save them. That special operation is taking place in now disputed waters.

The Chambers County Navigation District leased 23,000 acres of Galveston Bay bottom to a company called STORM, run by two powerful political figures in Chambers County for just 1.50 an acre. The sweetheart deal would give them a virtual monopoly over half of the oyster production in Galveston Bay, including public reefs and private reefs where other companies have invested millions to produce oysters. That backroom deal is already being challenged for violating the Texas Open Meetings Act. Concerned citizens call it a theft of the tax-payers resources.

The state says the lease isn’t valid, yet oyster companies trying to move their oysters from the area report they are being harassed and encircled by STORM boats with video cameras and dangerous maneuvers. The company has already sent out no trespassing
letters.

“These Chambers County guys must be drinking alligator cool-aid, says Wayne Dolcefino, President of Dolcefino Consulting and spokesman for the Concerned Citizens”, but they need to back off now.” “And while there at it, perhaps Chambers County Navigation Officials could take a refresher course in ethics and transparency, just saying”.

Reporters should arrive at Prestige Oyster Company at 103 Avenue C and First Street by 9 am for a tour of the area where the oyster population is being moved and the boat disputes are
occurring.

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Jeffrey Munoz, accused by the parents of a 14 year old student of blackmailing the girl for improper photos.

The warrant includes statements of Spring Branch ISD police officer that raises serious new questions about the conduct of school officials.

On October 15, 2014 a SBISD police report detailed the statements of two female students who had reported being threatened via Instagram to send nude photographs or their parents would receive videos and images claiming the person depicted in the graphic videos was their child. The parents of both students later received improper images. That same report detailed the complaints of the 14 year old daughter of Kevin and Karen Maley.

The search warrant claims lawmen have reason to believe Munoz has obtained images, threats, harassment and coercion which depict individuals under the age of 18 engaging in sexual conduct. The Spring Branch officer claims

Munoz admitted deleting the photographs, and admitted being attracted to girls as young as 13 years of age.

Munoz was not punished, even suspended from the football team despite the discovery by Spring Branch ISD Police, nor does the district have any record detailing any warning to parents about the potential use of Memorial PTA email addresses to threaten female students.

The search warrant was first made public by the Memorial Examiner Community Newspaper.

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Members of the Harris County Task Force on Internet Crimes Against Children executed a search warrant before school this morning on Jeffrey Munoz. He is the nineteen year old Memorial High School senior under investigation for soliciting sex and blackmailing a 14 year old girl to send him lewd pictures.

The raid occurred around 6 am this morning, at a complex at 9017 Gaylord in Hedwig Village.

The Spring Branch ISD story is now making headlines nationwide because of the rare decision by parents to go public with their horror story and mistreatment by school officials.

Spring Branch Independent School District Superintendent Duncan Klussman has refused to apologize to the Maley family after SBISD falsely accused the parents of not cooperating with the investigation. E-mails proving SBISD had the text messages since last November were produced by the family at a Wednesday news conference.

“The Superintendent has to send out a message to parents apologizing and detailing other threats to the female school kids at SBISD he has kept secret,” says Wayne Dolcefino, President of Dolcefino Consulting. “All these parents wanted was for the school principal to punish this man. We tried for months to get them to do the right thing. They just wouldn’t.”

Memorial High School Principal Lisa Weir refused to punish Munoz after the incident. Klussman ignored pleas for months to enact a zero tolerance program for the growing problems SBISD and other school districts have.

SBISD is fighting release of documents detailing a photo shopping blackmail plot using PTA emails and details of a drop-box account which contained compromising photos of an unknown number of Memorial High School girls.

Dolcefino Consulting has been investigating the school district for the Maley family since March.

“We welcome the news that a search warrant has been executed and we thank the District Attorney’s office for taking this issue seriously, says Dolcefino.“ Of course, the incident happened in October. Seven Months Ago. Who knows what is left in that phone. That is why Spring Branch ISD ought to make safety of students a top priority number one, not their reputation.”

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The Hilton at 2001 Post Oak Blvd., Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Hundreds of angry business owners and Uptown area residents are expected when the Post Oak Property Owners Association holds a town hall meeting May 19th at the Uptown Hilton.

The town hall is being held amidst growing opposition to a 300 million dollar bus project by Uptown TIRZ and Metro that will tear the signature street apart.

An ongoing investigation has already debunked the need for this wasteful project. The only commuter bus from Katy to Uptown has been cancelled because of low ridership, and the bus traveling down Post Oak is nearly three quarters empty.

There are serious ethical questions being raised about the project. Several members of the appointed UPTOWN Board stand to make millions on the deal through right of way and utility improvement.

Retailers on the street believe this is a real estate deal disguised as a transit deal, and say manipulating lights for all these buses will dramatically back up traffics in the neighborhoods around Uptown.

The Hilton is at 2001 Post Oak Blvd., and the town hall meeting begins Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 at 6:00 PM. The media is welcome.

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The Spring Branch Independent School District is keeping secrets from parents, including key details of how PTA e-mail addresses were used in a Memorial sextortion plot.

In the last two months, SBISD lawyers have fought release of documents detailing separate probes into the violations of female students.

On March 23, 2015 Spring Branch ISD sought to withhold documents detailing a startling photo shopping investigation. The school district will only acknowledge that the suspects are 13-16 year old students. Dolcefino Consulting has learned students used PTA e-mail addresses to try and blackmail female students. Inappropriate pictures were apparently photo shopped on female students, and then they were extorted to send real pictures or face the possibility their parents would be e-mailed the doctored photos.

On April 29, 2015 the district sought to withhold records detailing their investigation of a drop box account created by at least one student. The drop box account reportedly contained photos of female students collected and traded by male students.

After Dolcefino Consulting threatened to expose the incident, the principal of Memorial High School issued this alert to parents.

“Over the course of the past few days, we have received information of some inappropriate ‘selfies’ that have been taken outside of school and distributed among students both in and out of school. We have investigated and spoke with multiple students that have verified and confirmed the information,” said Principal Lisa Weir.

The incidents were uncovered during an investigation into the sextortion of a 14 year old girl at Memorial High School. Her parents have scheduled a news conference Wednesday morning at Dolcefino Consulting to demand Houston area school districts adopt a zero tolerance policy for this assault on children.

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Dolcefino challenges SBISD coverup, media responds

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The Maley’s will hold a news conference at 10:00 am Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 at the offices of Dolcefino Consulting, 3701 Kirby Suite # 560

Kevin and Karen Maley have had enough. Seven months after a Spring Branch ISD football player solicited lewd pictures and sex from their 14 year old daughter through text messages and Snapchat, these frustrated parents are forced to go public with a warning that every Houston area parent needs to hear.

The Maley’s especially want to send a message to Spring Branch ISD, accusing the Memorial High School Administration of trying to cover up the incident, mistreating their daughter while protecting the football team.

“All we wanted was for the School District to treat our daughter’s cry for help with dignity and punish those responsible”, says Kevin Maley. “Sadly, we have learned SBISD cares more about its reputation than the safety of our kids.”

Their personal horror story comes as Spring Branch Independent School District is trying to keep other secrets from parents including the use of PTA parent e-mails by students to blackmail young girls, and the trading and collection of female student photos in a drop box account shared with high school male students.

The parents will detail the months they have spent trying to get Spring Branch ISD Superintendent Klussman to discipline employees who mishandled this family horror story.

The family has filed a civil lawsuit against the 19 year old football player, but believe parents should demand immediate changes to school district policies that protect perpetrators instead of victim.

The Maley’s will hold a news conference at 10:00 am Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 at the offices of Dolcefino Consulting, 3701 Kirby Suite # 560.

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Cypress Creek Emergency Medical Services has spent nearly $85,000 in five months on legal fees, a lot of it spent fighting requests for records detailing how they spend the millions they make from Harris County taxpayers and the government issued 911 contract.

“This is money that could have been spent on medical supplies and fixing deteriorating ambulances” says Dolcefino Consulting President Wayne Dolcefino. “Taxpayers should be outraged.”

Facing a deadline last Friday to produce records or facing new potential criminal charges, CCEMS provided some new documents, but continues to keep secrets.

The ambulance service for half a million Harris County residents has already been charged by the Harris County District Attorney’s Office with a crime for refusing to turn over financial records under Texas non-profit laws, and CCEMS has ignored an Attorney General ruling to detail who is on their payroll, instead deciding to sue the State of Texas to keep their secrets.

CCEMS is also facing a lawsuit from a former medical billing company accusing the Executive Director Brad England of steering the lucrative contract to relatives of a top executive.

ESD #11 oversees the CCEMS contract, and sets the tax rate for 911 service for half a million Harris County Residents.

The budget for CCEMS in 2015 is more than 20 million dollars. CCEMS operates 13 full time ambulances, and 3 part time ambulances.

A Dolcefino Consulting investigation has questioned the almost daily entertainment expenses of Executive Director Brad England, including dinners and drinking at Perry’s Steakhouse.

“Taxpayers subsidize 911 service to the tune of millions of dollars. They have a right to know if the money Cypress Creek makes from their government contract is going to defray medicine and ambulance costs, or to wine and steak, says Dolcefino. They certainly have a right to know the names of the people their taxes are paying. It’s not that complicated.”

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Dan Golvach buried his son in early February. Now he feels victimized again.

Spencer Golvach was the victim of a brutal crime spree committed by a single criminal who was living in the Houston area even though he had been deported four times. Spencer was gunned down at a traffic light, one of four people shot by Victor Reyes before he was killed by a Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy.

On March 9th the Texas Legislature honored Spencer’s death with a somber resolution. At the same time, the Houston Police and Harris County Sheriff’s office have all but ignored pleas for information from the Golvach family.

“The Sheriff had time to go to Austin to testify against efforts to identify these illegal criminals, but he doesn’t have time to meet with me. Houston Police refuse to show me what they have done to investigative Victor Reyes”, says Golvach.

Dolcefino Consulting has been assisting Golvach in his search for answers, exposing Reyes as a serial violator of a border that is not keeping deported criminals from returning. Both the Houston Police and Harris County Sheriff have refused to release records of their investigation, even though both Golvach and Reyes are deceased.

“This is an insult to the Golvach family and to all Houstonians”, says Dolcefino Consulting President Wayne Dolcefino.

Golvach is now demanding a face to face meeting with Police Chief Charles Mclelland and Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia.

“I want them to look me in the eye and tell me why I cannot see what they have done to find about the cockroach that killed my son. My family deserves this small courtesy. Instead we are being victimized by their indifference”.

Golvach is available for media interviews and requests the public’s help in getting the answers Houston law enforcement are hiding from the public.

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