Bauman believes that this unit was created by then Attorney General John Cornyn in 1999. He was charged with fraud by the Texas Attorney General's Office.
Bauman received documents from the Health and Human Services Department (in Washington D.
I received a note about this letter from an assistant attorney general, acknowledging that Governor Perry had received this letter. Texas State Board of Social Workers and Harris County Medical Association-Filed 2010- Texas State Court-Travis County-Fraud, Civil Rights Violations-Bauman's contention is that the Licensing Board acted on a phony complaint from the Harris County Medical Association to cook up a case against him. Attorney John Smith III stating that Bauman is threatening Cornyn and the auditors.
This might be multiplied by 100-200 plus home visits involving hundreds of Hispanics. Rene Guerra was notified and this judge was forced to recuse himself from the case.
(This does not count the civil rights violations committed at the adult day care centers involving hundreds of more Hispanics).. Texas Attorney General, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Texas Department of Human Services-Fraud, Civil Rights-State Court- Hidalgo County-This case was assigned by county Clerk Omar Guerrero to Judge Leticia Lopez's Court. By not recusing herself, Lopez may have violated State and Federal statutes. Al Alvarez-Filing 2003-Texas State Court, Hidalgo County-Fraud, Civil Rights Violations- The lawsuit was initially assigned to a Judge who Alvarez had successfully defended against criminal charges and who may have still been Alvarez's client at that time. Bauman has significant reason to believe that Alvarez who he employed as a lawyer was conspiring with the Attorney General's office.
Leticia Lopez was a principal in the initial lawsuit Bauman vs. Guerrero, has been the subject of multiple criminal investigations. Alvarez tells Bauman that in Texas Cornyn is the law.
Bauman replies that there is State and Federal law. Young-Filing 2005-Federal Court-Texas Southern District-Fraud, Civil Rights Violations-Presiding Judge Ricardo Hinojosa-Bauman has significant reason to believe that George Young who he employed as a lawyer was conspiring with the Attorney General's office. Rick Perry For the State of Texas-Filing Federal Court-Southern District of Texas 2005- State of Texas ignored Medicare's jurisdiction when Medicare approved Bauman for counseling in nutritional therapies stating in Hidalgo and Starr County that Bauman was performing unauthorized therapies that did not constitute a mental health counseling when indeed these therapies were authorized by Medicare who stated that they did constitute mental health counseling.
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