Category: The Eagle Review – Federal

Prior Harlingen Area and Current San Antonio Area Police Chief yet to Waive Service on Civil Rights Lawsuit

On May 5, 2021, all other parties to Ferrara v Wallace have waived service to the lawsuit filed based upon Terry Jay Wallace Seniors false report. The only waiver remaining it Terry Wallace’s. Terry who goes by Jay Wallace, or TJ Wallace has yet to formally acknowledge the […]

Cameron County Wavies Service for Another Employee Named in a Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit.

Another waiver of service for Ferrara v. Wallace, 5:21-CV-00251. This time the waiver is for Luis Mendieta, the Cameron County Sheriff’s Deputy that did a less than average job in his investigative inquire to assist a Veterans Affairs Police Chief, Terry Jay Wallace Senior, in procuring an arrest […]

The Cameron County Government Waives Service of Summons in Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit

On April 15, 2021, the Cameron County Government provided three of four waiver of summons in a Federal Civil Rights lawsuit. The fourth waiver could not be returned at this time due to the fourth person, Luis Mendieta no longer being with the Cameron County Government. Interestingly enough, […]

Texas Trade School Owner Found Guilty of Defrauding the VA & Student Veterans

The owner of a for-profit trade school has been convicted of bilking the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs of $72 million and of misleading student veterans, announced Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas Prerak Shah.  After approximately seven hours of deliberation, a federal jury on […]

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