Candice's Bootleg Lawyer Named Jimmie Brown Jr. Tried to Intimidate Gerry Wayne Monroe and Aubrey Last Night by Email
AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©
Over the last few days I’ve heard an earful about the woman called “Dr.” Candice Matthews and this bootleg lawyer she’s hired to sue me. And when I say an earful, you had better believe that I know a lot more about their relationship than they understand. However, that’s not what I’m here to talk about today. What I want to do today is provide the citizens of Harris County, Texas with is a better idea of how this woman they call “Dr.” Candice Matthews, has terrorized local elected officials – including judges, state representatives, county commissioners, and others under the cover provided to her by the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats, as their so-called accountability chair. But before I get to that, I would like for everyone reading this report to understand, that I did not start this fight – but I plan to finish it. Also, please take a moment to read Beverly Enecio’s account of what happened to her and her husband inside the 507th Family District Court when their baby was taken away from them by Associate Judge Jim Evans, attorney Jimmie Brown Jr., and the woman they call “Dr.” Candice Matthews.
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