Now, thanks to a blockbuster investigative report by the Associated Press, we learn that Operation Fallen Angel has quietly fallen apart because of the AG’s bungling.
One is being held in the Coryell County jail on other charges, while an eighth died in jail.
Boyd, a Republican, had a five-lawyer team working on the cases before handing them off to Paxton’s office.
It’s little wonder that the everyday work of the attorney general’s office, vital work for the people of Texas, has been neglected or mishandled.
A steady stream of disgusted attorneys, including some close aids turned whistle-blowers, has left the AG’s office.
Paxton has tainted the top law enforcement office in the state, and in the process, he’s apparently jeopardized a criminal investigation and endangered victims.
Paxton’s buffoonish adventures may read like a comic strip, but the harm he’s doing to this state is real. »