Dr Curley – His Attorney’s Reason For Delay

For some reason, only Erie, PA journalist Emily Matson and I seem to be at all concerned with this case dragging on. Thank you and applause to her for getting more information. The following is quoted directly from her 03/26/14 article. It can be seen in its natural setting here.

The top doctor at the John Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation will make his way into a Texas courtroom in April.

57-year old Dr. Steven Curley is charged with illegally spying on his ex-wife’s computer activities.
A hearing that was scheduled for Wednesday in Harris County, Texas is now set for April 15th.
His lawyers are trying to get their expert to take a forensic look at his ex-wife’s computer.
Curley is facing a felony charge for allegedly installing tracking software on his ex-wife’s computer, without her knowledge.
Curley is free on $10,000 bond.
He’s still working on the Kanzius project, at the Baylor College of Medicine.

Awesome. He’s free to move about the cabin. I wonder what kind of deal he would get if convicted…you know, with MD Anderson, Kanzius and Baylot pulling strings for him? Or are those strings keeping him out of court altogether?


Gasp! Dr Curley / Hank Lehmann Spyware Felony Case Delayed!!!

You are, I am certain, flabbergasted to discover the unexpected and startling news that the MD Anderson doctor and his alleged sidekick did not face the justice system today. Once again, both criminal cases have been reset; this time both … Continue reading

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The Never Ending Divorce, Update

Lucky for my attorney and myself, I compulsively check the Hidalgo County 92nd District Court website! Imagine my (complete lack of) surprise to see that I was scheduled for a hearing a week from today, that neither I nor my attorney had been consulted with before choosing the date!

Historically, my attorney and the weasel retained by my ex will chat and compare calendars before giving the court a few days that they are both available, and the court chooses from those.

This appears to be a courtesy we are no longer offered, but this is still a familiar ploy – this isn’t the first time the other side has tried to slip a court date past us.

Oh boy! This should be fun. Let’s see…hubby hasn’t done a single thing he was told to do back in the beginning of January, and his counsel has taken great liberties with their interpretation of what the judge said at that time. The orders they presented to us for approval were sent back with corrections…which were apparently ignored. They just set a hearing for entry of the orders they drafted anyway!

Too bad I can’t tell Judge Jaime Tijerina about my ex’s incredibly hostile attitude since January, his little felony investigation, and how my ex dumps our beautiful, sweet, brilliant daughter off with friends when she’s supposedly in his care – just like he’s always done.

I’ve about reached my breaking point…

4 Year Divorce & 2 Year Investigation

I think I’m a pretty patient person, but February and May mark two rather annoying anniversaries: As of February, the criminal investigation of my darling husband is in it’s second year. Considering that the majority of the evidence is digital, and accessible with keystrokes, this strikes me as excessive.

Or it would, if the divorce wasn’t on the cusp of Year Four. For those keeping track, that’s also how many years we made it before filing for divorce. And I can honestly attribute the delay to my someday ex and the 92nd District Court of Hidalgo County Texas. One year spent in a groundless appeal by hubby, and then 13 dates rescheduled by the court (and one by me when my atty broke his leg), and a total of five judges assigned to the case.

I can assure you that this is not to my benefit. My ex has had 4 years to dissipate assets, game the legal system and create chaos in a little girls life.

In the meantime, he is allowed to continue the stalking, threats, bad mouthing about me to my daughter (and anyone else who will listen). He insists upon exercising his “rights” – but pawns her off on other people when she is with him.

Happy anniversary to me!

O.W.L.S. Of Hidalgo County

I’m not originally from Hidalgo County, and until recently my most notable interaction with judges had involved reciting marriage vows. I’ve been blessed in that my in laws have been supportive and have remained my family even though I’d be … Continue reading

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Hidalgo Co. District Attorney Democratic Primary

Luckily, I don’t live in the Rio Grande Valley anymore…to my unending dismay, my legal battles seem to be firmly rooted in the quagmire that is South Texas.

I’m disappointed and completely stunned to see that Ricardo Rodriguez appears to have won the Democratic Primary for the Hidalgo County District Attorney’s position. Rodriguez’ platform touted “change”; I seem to recall a lot of voters, not too long ago, also voting for “change”…without seeming to care what changes were planned. I sincerely hope, for MY sake, that what’s behind Door Number 2 proves himself worthy of the voters trust.
RickyRod, once again, my safety, future, and family are in your hands. The idea absolutely terrifies me – I am intimately acquainted with your knowledge and interpretation of the law. I’ve been the victim of crime at the hands of my exhusband, and then further victimized in the hands of law enforcement and the courts. I cannot believe that I am once again going to be at the mercy of your whims. I deliberately and carefully kept all of the details of my exhusband’s extensive and incessant surveillance and stalking of myself, my friends and my family, as far from your realm at the 92nd District Court as humanly possible.

1 appeal, 13 rescheduled final divorce dates, 1 order outside your jurisdiction (bookended & enforced with writs and punishments that were dismissed by a DA in another county), 5 judges. A year long police investigation, involving at least 3 illegally used programs, a trail of surveillance equipment, a minimum of 4 rental cars for covert tailing, calls to FBI, the Texas OAG, Secret Service, three police departments, sheriff departments in 5 counties, two hired body guards, sweeps by 3 licensed Private Imvestigators…and me, literally never by myself in the past 2 years because of a very real concern that I have a possibility of being the involuntary half of a murder-suicide.

All of that effort to keep a nasty divorce and my exhusband’s crimes in two unrelated courtrooms… And at the end, a thread connecting them through an improbable sequence of events.

But from the flames rise a sparkling hope: that Rene Guerra might possibly consider representing me in the cleanup of that divorce in the 92nd district court, being my advocate during my criminal case against my exhusband, and a white knight in a civil case for damages arising from the crimes committed by my ex.

I ask that my portion of any civil judgement related to the spyware and stalking be divided between an organization that helps other victims of those crimes seek legal recourse, and to TOR and the EFF; for providing continued resources that enable anyone who so chooses, the knowledge and means to protect one’s rights and privacy from threats foreign or domestic.