Political Witch Hunt Continues in Texas Border School with Long History of Corruption

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DONNA, Texas — The history of corruption in this community’s school board appears to continue with what some are calling two politically motivated arrests. As Breitbart Texas previously reported, Donna ISD Police Chief Roy Padilla personally handled an investigation targeting the man who had fired him in the past and had moved to fire him again the school superintendent Jesus Rene Reyna.

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Political Witch Hunt Continues in Texas Border School with Long History of Corruption

DONNA, Texas — The history of corruption in this community’s school board appears to continue with what some are calling two politically motivated arrests. As Breitbart Texas previously reported, Donna ISD Police Chief Roy Padilla personally handled an investigation targeting the man who had fired him in the past and had moved to fire him again the school superintendent Jesus Rene Reyna.

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