Posting the sane and insane news about the law and what otherwise strikes my fancy.
The opinions and commentary made by this author is solely his own. It does not reflect the opinion of any other individual or organization including the 83rd District Attorney's Office or Pecos, Brewster, Presidio or Jeff Davis Counties.
Why? See the comment below. It is being challenged in a court of law. Okay.
All of you are on notice to disregard the previous post pending the outcome of the lawsuit for having apparently admitted falsifying his resume.
At least that is what the paper said he did. I have no personal knowledge whether he did or not.
Eagle Pass city manager admits lying
John MacCormack: Express-News
Faced with clear evidence that its probationary city manager lied repeatedly on his impressive resume, the Eagle Pass City Council shrugged and took a step toward offering Glen Starnes the permanent job.The decision came after an impassioned 15-minute address Tuesday by Starnes to the council reciting his six months of accomplishments in Eagle Pass and denouncing his critics, including the San Antonio Express-News."The worst thing they could find on me is that I lied on one part of my resume," said Starnes, who blamed the "old political machine" for his troubles."If they want to get rid of me, those bad people who are driving these accusations are going to have to keep fighting, because I'm here to stay," said Starnes, who was enthusiastically applauded by the meeting audience and praised by council members after his speech.The council then voted unanimously to set a special meeting for Tuesday, when it will consider hiring Starnes permanently for the $85,000-a-year job.In the same motion by Councilwoman Maribel Flores, the council ordered a halt to an ongoing probe of charges that Starnes fabricated his job history and educational credentials.Calls made Wednesday to Mayor Chad Foster and council members Joe Sifuentes, Ramsey English Cantu and Flores seeking comment on the council's actions were not returned.Starnes, however, was quick to tell the Express-News to back off."I'm putting you on notice that you stop contacting anyone who works with me in trying to tarnish my image. It's none of your business," he said by phone.Despite Starnes' claim that he merely "fluffed" his resume, an Express-News investigation revealed it to be a work of fiction that includes misspellings and incorrect names.Contrary to his claims, Starnes never worked as an assistant city manager in Converse or as an aide to former U.S. Rep. Jack Fields in Houston, nor did he earn three degrees from the University of Maryland.read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/stategov/stories/MYSA011008.01A.eaglepass.296f035.html Posted by Sam at 6:27 AM 1 comments: Anonymous said... This is information is incorrect and is now being challenged in a court of law please remove this information pending the outcome. May 2, 2008 7:08 PM