“I’m going to fight this injustice with every fiber of my being. And we will prevail,” a defiant Rick Perry declared at the Travis County Courthouse. The governor then went to get ice cream.
McCrum is not motivated by partisan political motives, his friends insist.
As the medical examiner for Webb County, a 3,400-square-mile jurisdiction of 262,000 residents in South Texas, Dr. Corinne Stern works in a grim corner of the national debate over illegal immigration — identifying the dead.
Democrats say they hope the controversy will help them in November, as the Texas governor launches a counteroffensive over Fridays grand jury indictment.
Gov. Rick Perrys lawyers predict hell be cleared of felony charges stemming from his veto of funding for the states Public Integrity Unit.