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Monday, June 22, 2009

The biggest frauds in South Texas!

Attention: Two Separate articles yet only the "TIP OF THE ICEBERG". I ask for your support of my wife as we are David fighting a Cheating Goliath. I need the spirit to fight for her, please remember us when conversing with Our Father, Your God or wanting for Justice and goodwill via Your Belief system? My humblest request, Thank You JK

....and you just now noticed? too busy playing with Insurance 20 million scam for your bud rick James Perry to redo his "uninsured" Mansion?

Too busy to notice John Hubert and his malicious prosecution of innocent Kleberg Kenedy County and his latest election fraud where he lost then miraculously won the next morning?

WHined to Texas Governor Rick perry till Hubert got his JOB created for him by The governor for what? What will Perry get in return? Hubert is a malicious prosecutor, a liar, falsified documents, hid a material witness that could have exonerated me, yet you let the Mary Cano/Rick Perry/john Hubert's work for the State of Texas when the are the biggest frauds in South Texas.

Who in Texas gets a JOB in this economy created for them by the Rick Perry?

John Hubert ~ the longer the fraud goes on the more you look involved and if nothing is done you are obviously not that good.

LeeAnn Haley
Corpus Christi, Texas

Ambulance firms raided in Medicaid fraud inquiry

Companies in Dallas, 11 other cities searched in billing investigation

12:00 AM CST on Thursday, December 7, 2006

By TANYA EISERER / The Dallas Morning News

Fraud investigators served 19 search warrants in Dallas and 11 other cities in a wide-ranging inquiry into allegations of fraudulent billing practices by ambulance companies, the Texas attorney general said Wednesday.

"This is a statewide fleecing of millions of dollars from Texas taxpayers of the Medicaid system," said Attorney General Greg Abbott. "There were billings that were either for more than the amount of services provided, or even billings for services that were not provided. [The] bottom line is we have a statewide operation cracking down on Medicaid fraud."

The investigation centers on ambulance companies suspected of submitting false claims to Medicare, Medicaid, private insurers and the Federal Employees Health Benefits Plan, said Jerry Strickland, a spokesman for the attorney general's office.

The inquiry, Operation Easy Rider, began at least six months ago after the Texas Health and Human Services Commission reported discrepancies in billing practices, Mr. Strickland said. The agency oversees the disbursement of Medicaid funds.

"The fraud that we're dealing with really doesn't have anything to do with any kind of complexities that may exist in the system," Mr. Abbott said. "We're dealing with people who are just out and out cheating and lying to the state of Texas, stealing money from the taxpayers of the state of Texas.

"They thought, gosh, that [they] could take money by overcharging the state of Texas, overcharging the Medicaid system, maybe no one would see."

Officials declined to release further details, citing the continuing investigation.

The attorney general's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit was involved in the operation, along with federal agents from the inspector general's office at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the FBI, the inspector general's office for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

North Texas ambulance companies that were searched included Carefirst EMS on Centre Street and Judd Court in Dallas; Greater Dallas EMS on South Hall Street in Dallas; All State Ambulance Service in Rowlett; Advicare Ambulance Transfer Service in DeSoto; and Visions EMS in Cedar Hill.

Officials with the ambulance companies either declined to comment or could not be reached for comment.

Mr. Strickland also confirmed that law officers arrested the owners of an ambulance service in McAllen, Texas, as part of the raids.

Chris Heinbaugh of WFAA-TV (Channel 8) contributed to this report.

E-mail teiserer@dallasnews.com

Posted By dannoynted1 to South Texas Judicial Watch Dog Authority at 6/21/2009 08:25:00 PM

Thursday, April 09, 2009

This Prosecutor is Malicious and Does not seek Justice

Homer, with all due respect this, article does not make sense. You keep saying that idiot hubert talks about the jury finding it difficult to convict yet he elected the Judge to assess punishment?
Why would he do that? it seems that hubert gets off on taking idiotic cases to trial when he really should take himself for fabricating evidence and charging this man falsely. How could he burglarize when it is clear from the article the authorities were there because of the interfering with an emergency call.
I don't know.
I do know Hubert is a liar, Malicious Prosecutor and does not seek justice as the JOB he holds is required. What a waste, but he did help his friend Chaney out though.

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At 4:21 AM, Blogger Jaime Kenedeño said...

I wonder Homero, me thinks a little healthy debate on the issues at hand?

It is made with all respect, dignity, honor and in the end a handshake in good sportsmanship. It is extended to my friend the Venerable Homero Roel Villarreal of El Defenzor Newspaper and also doing business as Royal House Publishing a Public DEBATE on the merits of the Kleberg Prosecution Team, their tactics employed in this case, the relationship to other miscellaneous cases that merit such an article as the one entitled ""Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Kleberg County, TX -- Guadalupe Guerrero Convicted of Burglary of a Habitation

Your Magazine has still to publish the comments submitted for posting in response to this article highlighting the fine JOB Howdie Doodie Hubert is doing to the average citizen ,........ oops I mean doing for th average citizen.

Awaiting your response, I remain

Anton Haley
(AKA Jaime Kenedeño)
El Defenzor Network Partner

Kenedeño  & Associates
Phone (361) 774-9103