Mayor Cook Adds City Clerk To Lawsuit


POSTED: Thursday, October 13, 2011 - 5:08pm

UPDATED: Friday, October 14, 2011 - 7:12am

DOWNTOWN EL PASO- El Paso Mayor John Cook is naming the El Paso city clerk as a defendant in his lawsuit to reverse the recall election.

According to legal documents obtained by Newschannel Nine, city clerk Richarda Momsen appears as a defendant in the mayor's lawsuit. Mayor Cook's attorney Mark Walker claims Momsen approved petition signatures that Cook's legal team contends are not valid.

The Mayor and Pastor Tom Brown are due back in court on the October 24th.

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Mayor John Cook I am with you all the way. Thank you for your hard work.

The act that elected officials can overturn the people's vote on a whim is not beneficial to any citizen, including gays. It's called tyranny. ONE of the reasons that Tyrant Cook justified his decision to throw out the voting results because some school "Drop Outs" stated they didn't understand what they had voted for.Bottom line Cook's & his cronies failed to respect our democratic principles. Cook has created a GIANT STINK over this issue. This ball of crap is getting bigger because of Cook.

Cook must really be afraid of losing his job. But if he has done a good job as he says he has he should not be worried at all. I personally think he has not done a good job because of taxes are too high, electric is too high and him just changing what the voters called for was not right. But anyway good luck to him in the election. I will not be voting for him.

Enough has been said about this commie regime (Cook,Ortega,Byrd, & O'Rourke)that does not believe in the fundamental contitutional rights of American citizens. This latest incident is also part of the major STINK that this mayor has caused El Pasoans...this giant ball of crap keeps getting bigger and bigger. Cook and his cronies could have avoided all this crap IF, IF, IF he had gone along with the legal results of the election. Cook,get on your motorcycle and go back to your hometown.

Why is Cook so concerned about legality after he spat on the citizens' constitutional right to make their decision through the vote process?

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