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Posted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013 7:00 pm | Updated: 11:35 pm, Tue Mar 19, 2013.

The father of state Rep. Carl Trujillo, D-Santa Fe, has filed a lawsuit claiming he was mistreated by tribal officers from Pojoaque Pueblo, perhaps for political reasons.

The complaint names Santa Fe County Sheriff Robert Garcia, former sheriff Greg Solano and the Santa Fe County commissioners as defendants, claiming they are also liable because the pueblo officers were acting under authority bestowed by the county.

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6 comments:

  • timrherrera posted at 3:41 pm on Wed, Mar 20, 2013.

    timrherrera Posts: 10

    I will Caddy. Thanks Mr. manager.

     
  • John Franco posted at 1:10 pm on Wed, Mar 20, 2013.

    JohnFranco Posts: 61

    didn't City Manager Robert Romero also try and bully the Trujillo's into not running for office because he knew Carl would beat Coss handily????

     
  • John Franco posted at 8:51 am on Wed, Mar 20, 2013.

    JohnFranco Posts: 61

    [thumbup]

     
  • Vicente Roybal posted at 8:35 am on Wed, Mar 20, 2013.

    vroybal Posts: 2

    "an attempt by the legislator to use his political power to benefit his father "? Really? It was an attempt by our State Representative to solve an long standing issue that affects all of us in the Valley, not just one person. That comment is a weak stab at Rep. Trujillio by a Bitter Rivera who lost his cash cow.

     
  • choochoo posted at 7:53 am on Wed, Mar 20, 2013.

    choochoo Posts: 2

    Go get em Caddy!

     
  • timrherrera posted at 8:10 pm on Tue, Mar 19, 2013.

    timrherrera Posts: 10

    Let's look at the facts here, first of all the Lujan's, including the late Ben Lujan had a hard time facing the fact that the people were tired of the same representation and a fresh change was needed. However, being the corrupt wanna be bullies that they are, they used their connection to George Rivera to try to get even with the Trujillo's.The Albuquerque Journal identified which of Ben's sons was at the resteraunt, and having grown up with him, I would suspect him of calling #DWI to try to set up Luciano. Guess what it backfired on you just like the support of Coss did. Carl and his father are both honorable men that don't just look out for their own good or the well being of their families only. You have to remember that when you do dirty things like this to spite an individual or a member of their family, that eventually it will comeback to you or your family no matter how many saints you carve.

     
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