Texas Penal Code 37.09
Deborah Selden, Sr. Staff Attorney for the Harris County Administrative Office of the District Courts confirmed to the father that Judge Bonnie Hellums received the October 22, 2009 email from Wendy Burgower, but after extensive searches in Judge Hellum's email and the back up files, the October 22, 2009 email could not found or recovered.
The father strongly believes that the deletion of the October 22, 2009 from Judge Hellums' email inbox was not a random deletion because the October 8, 2009 email and the October 15, 2009 email from Wendy Burgower to Judge Hellums were not deleted from Judge Hellums' email inbox.
It is the father's strong opinion that Judge Hellums intentionally deleted the October 22, 2009 email that Judge Hellums received from Wendy Burgower in order to conceal the October 22, 2009 email.
Texas Penal Code 37.09(a)(1) states the following:
§ 37.09. TAMPERING WITH OR FABRICATING PHYSICAL
EVIDENCE. (a) A person commits an offense if, knowing that an
investigation or official proceeding is pending or in progress, he:
(1) alters, destroys, or conceals any record,
document, or thing with intent to impair its verity, legibility, or
availability as evidence in the investigation or official
Question - If in fact, the October 22, 2009 email that Judge Hellums received from Wendy Burgower was intentionally deleted by Judge Bonnie Hellums, how is it possible then that Judge Bonnie Hellums would not be guilty of committing an offense under Section 37.09 of the Texas Penal Code for deleting a court case record while a case is still pending in her Court?
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