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Are you happy with the DA's handling of the Sweetwater/Southwestern College corruption case so far?

Yes
17%
No
83%
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It is still on Us! Says:

Sun, Apr 06 2014 05:01 PM

Yes, the DA has gone soft on these criminals. However, the fact that most, if not all have kept there six figure income jobs despite the convictions and their removal from the board is ridiculous. And, yes, you and I will be paying our hard earned taxes for their fat salaries and when they retire and are sipping umbrella drinks in some tropical location, we and our children will still be footing the bill. The last laugh is on us....and I am not laughing. I feel like an idiot :-(


Erupting Says:

Sat, Jan 11 2014 11:08 AM

Totally shocking. I guess we got Mary Poppins instead ofJudge Dread. I wish the case would have stayed down town. Dumanis and theDA would have more of a say in what would have happened with a real judge.


anniej Says:

Sat, Jan 11 2014 07:20 AM

I believe a more appropriate 'VOTE' question would be:

Are you with happy with Judge Espana's handling of the SUHSD/Southwestern corruption case so far?

While my 'VOTE' above was YES, my 'VOTE' on my revised question would be a definite NO!!!!!


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