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micheal moore

Mr. Enos has done a great public service, shining a light on the nonstop corruption of this County’s Judiciary, where Crooked Cox has been ensconced far too long.

Richard Moore

This is all a smoke screen! Neither Cox or Henry stand to personally benefit from the outcome of the legal dispute and this "conflict of interest" claim is misguided. Tx Commission on Judicial Misconduct would figure that out and that is why it wasn't filed there as a complaint.

Doyle Beard

Commission on judicial misconduct is a farce

glenn COFFEy

we need an independent to run.

Ken Hufstetler

As to the motivation behind the complaint made by Mr Enos, I don't know Mr Enos so I can't even pretend that I know his motivation. But, I do know some of the history of Mr Enos going after the judiciary, and based on history, I will accept what he has stated as his motivation. As I recall, Mr Enos used the same approach when his complaint resulted in the removal of Judge Dupuy. In that case he filed his complaint with the DA's office and a special prosecutor was appointed to investigate. I don't recall a big outcry from the public on his approach in that case.

Carol Dean

Judge Dupuy's case did not ever measure up. One, he should not ever have been elected. To compare the two cases is nothing more then a farce. Better yet, Mark Henry should never have been elected with his "troubled" record of misdoings in Florida and Alabama.

Donald Glywasky

There was already significant momentum to deal with Judge Dupuy when Mr. Enos jumped on board.

Alan Waters

I would like to thank Michael A. Smith for writing an article that doesn't take sides and reports facts. It would be refreshing if all news outlets did the same. I feel this was a fair article.

PD Hyatt

What you want is what we used to get from journalists a long time ago, but that time is passed and something tells me that time will never happen again within our life time.... Facts mean nothing today, just get a good story out for the sheeple to swallow whole....

Ken Hufstetler

I agree the cases are not comparable. Only Enos' approach to handling the two cases is comparable.

PD Hyatt

So from reading some of the comments it would seem as if people do not care that someone in authority goes out and spends a million dollars on a wasted lawsuit that was over turned by our Texas Supreme Court.... How sad....

Diane Brodie

Mark Henry is the one who spent millions of dollars and lost in multiple courts before the Supreme Court decision on one small part of the whole story, the setting of the salary being the Commissioner's Court's responsibility. The original issue was the firing of the court coordinator which was not Henry's responsibility, and the subsequent lowering of the salary range so that a competent coordinator can't be found. That's why we have these issues with the jail overcrowding and ACLU lawsuit. Why do people worry about Judge Cox using his donations to defend himself but not Mark Henry using our tax money? I made a donation of $66 to Judge Cox's campaign. Not a coincidence.

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