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FORMAL COMPLAINT AGAINST TEXAS GOVERNOR ABBOTT, LT.GOV PATRICK AND ATTORNEY GENERAL PAXTON and REP. PADDIE

Abe Martinez US Attorney

Dear Limousine Operators,

The limousine operators in Texas are very disappointed and angry because of the approval of the State of Texas HB 100, State Regulation of the UBER Transportation Service without including them in the process and with mandating the basic requirement, imposed on limousine and taxi industries, while disregarding the customers safety and well being supposed to be protected by the state legislators.

One of the Limousine operators is fighting back using the legal way to pursue the Governor of Texas and other concerned elected officials. Joe Jordan has send a letter to the U.S Attorneys Abe Martinez & Brian Stretch to seek an injunction to halt the implementation of the HB 100 bill.

Below id the letter he sent.

 

—-Start of the letter—-

Abe Martinez
U.S. Attorney
Southern District of Texas
1000 Louisiana St. Suite 2300
Houston TX 77002
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May 24th, 2017
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cc: Brian Stretch
U.S. Attorney
Northern District of California
Federal Courthouse
450 Golden Gate Ave 11th Floor
San Francisco CA 94102
 

Dear Mr. Martinez:

We are contacting you today to seek an immediate Federal Injunction to halt the vote or implementation of State of Texas HB 100, State Regulation of the UBER Transportation Service.

It is our contention that UBER is a Continuing Criminal Enterprise as defined under the Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization Statute (CCE/RICO).

We further contend that UBER’s “Unusually Large” campaign donations have caused the Governor and the Texas Legislature to not perform normal due diligence in investigating potential illegal conflicts of interest on contractors seeking to be licensed by the State of Texas.

WE SPECIFICALLY ACCUSE THE ABOVE PARTIES OF:

  • Malfeasance of Office
  • Deprivation of Civil Rights While Acting Under Color of Law
  • Money Laundering
  • Human Trafficking
  • Investor Fraud
  • Consumer Fraud
  • Reckless Endangerment of Public Safety
  • Promoting Employment of Illegal Aliens
  • Gross Negligence

Salient Points:

  1. The Texas Attorney General is under State and Federal indictments and must be recused in this matter. (Eg. Letting the fox guard the hen house)
  2. HB 100 does not provide for DPS/FBI/NCIC background checks of drivers. Police agencies at all levels have emphatically said that background checks without finger prints are “Totally
  3. Worthless”
  4. HB 100 does not provide for adequate 24/7/365 verification of driver’s personal auto insurance with a TNC rider.
  5. HB 100 does not provide for verification of a driver’s right to work in the USA, Green Cards, I-9 or E-Verify. This is a flagrant abuse of President Trump’s efforts to halt illegal immigration of people stealing jobs from Americans.

ONGOING FEDERAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS OF UBER BY USDOJ NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

  1. UBER proprietary software called “Grayball” that enables drivers to evade police and transportation inspectors.
  2. Intellectual Property Theft of Google Alphabet, Waymo and Otto where UBER allegedly enticed an executive of Alphabet to quit and abscond with 14,000 highly technical emails on driverless cars.
  3. Intellectual Property Theft from Apple regarding personal information on customer’s Apple phones.
  4. Violation of the Privacy Act where UBER used its “Godview” software to track and harass women, competitors, and politicians.

SUMMARY:

Time is of the essence. HB 100 must go to the governor by May 29th to be signed. We feel that this bill is flawed and highly illegal under numerous Federal Statutes and should be halted by your office unless and until these issues can be properly resolved.

Please take immediate remedial action

Joe L. Jordan

—-end of the letter —–

If you have any questions for Mr. Jordan, you can contact him using the information below.

Joe L. Jordan, Editor
Limoinsider Report
14173 Northwest Freeway #166
Houston TX  77040
713 680-3181
limoinsider@aol.com
www.limoinsider.net

 

Jon Ouazdi
Admin
TransGates Limousine

 

 

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