Activist Quanell X and his organization continues to investigate the lawsuits against Marek Menger and his companies. Recently, Marek Menger’s attorneys filed a protective order asking Judge Brittanye Morris to rule that he and his codefendants did not have to answer written questions from a Plaintiff, Petro-Valve, Inc. Petro-Valve, Inc. asked the Defendants to identify in writing documents they had discussed taking from Petro-Valve in emails to each other. Petro-Valve contends that the documents discussed in the emails were confidential documents considered work product that the Defendants wrongfully took from the company. Plaintiff’s counsel argued that the Defendants never produced many of the documents described in Defendants’ emails, so they should have to at least identify them.
Judge Brittanye Morris denied Marek Menger’s motion and ordered him and his codefendants to answer the written questions from Plaintiff. Quanell X says, “When you review the court filings, it is obvious that Marek Menger has a pattern of hiding documents. I guess it is a good thing he and his employees were dumb enough to send emails to each other documenting their bad conduct. I am glad the judges are consistently ruling against him and ordering him to answer discovery.”
It looks like Judge Brittanye Morris is paying close attention to the shenanigans just like Judge Sonya Heath has. Activist Quanell X plans to hold a protest soon in front of The Houstonian Hotel and Spa to be followed by protests in Marek Menger’s neighborhood. Marek Menger, who thinks that making a mockery of black people is funny and Black Lives Matter is a joke, is a member of The Houstonian. Board member Elaine Menger, who is Marek Menger’ daughter-in-law, deliberately lied to Quanell X in a recorded phone call and denied knowing Marek Menger or that he is a member of the club and is covering up for her father-in-law who is a well-known racist. We wonder why Elaine Menger would want someone inside the Houstonian where there are kids that are the same age of his step-sister that he has been accused of sexually assaulting. Does Elaine Menger and her husband, Matt Menger, who is a convicted felon, think it is right to cover up for a person like this, and freely allow this man to roam the grounds of The Houstonian after being accused of sexual assault by his own step-sister? Why would the Houstonian be covering up for this well-known racist and accused sexual offender? It’s obvious no matter how racist you are or what vile things you are accused of by women, you can buy access at the Houstonian. Quanell X will be requesting that they send Bill Cosby an application.
Activist Quanell X stated that a new development has come to light from phone calls that he has received from minorities. They state that Marek Menger is a member of Lochinvar, an all-male private golf club in Houston. The same source told activist Quanell X that Marek Menger’s son, Matthew Menger, is also a member of this private club that does not allow women in. Activist Quanell X will continue to investigate and monitor Marek Menger and his family members that have helped cover up his racism and potential crimes.
Judge Sandra J. Peake Discusses What Freedom Means to Her
JUDGE SANDRA J. PEAKE: “What does freedom mean to me? Freedom today looks much different to me than it used to. Freedom is a feeling of optimism, of the confidence that adversity can be overcome, that the people around you are able to define the dream of freedom for themselves individually, and, to be able to visualize, actualizing those dreams for themselves and their families. Freedom is reflected in a feeling of hope and empowerment in organizations that I am proud to be a member of as the organizations strive to serve the communities in which we live, raise our families, worship and work in. It also means that I can experience freedom in seeing progress. Improvements in our justice system, housing, educational achievements demonstrated by graduations at various levels, scholarship opportunities, employment opportunities, and a more equal playing field while competing for even greater opportunities. All of these things point to significant progress and greater freedoms for more people and improving the quality of life for all. Visible and steady progress towards these goals means freedom to me."
Judge Michelle Moore Discusses What Freedom Means to her
JUDGE MICHELLE MOORE: “Freedom to me means being your true authentic self. It means to live life on your terms without restrictions or being confined to what others think you should be. Freedom to me means being able to pursue your dreams and make your own life choices without the fear of condemnation.”
ANGELIQUE BARTHOLOMEW: “As an African American Female being asked what freedom means to me is a challenging question to address. Freedom symbolizes a multitude of things. As a woman, Freedom is the right to choose and control my own destiny, make choices and participate in society on any level without any ceiling. As an African American it means to be able to perform at my greatest potential and not worry that I will be judged or overlooked for my skin color and hair texture before having the chance to prove that I am great!
Freedom is not personalizing the many misconceptions that strangers or family members may have of who they envision me to be and being sure of who I AM. Being Free is in so many ways to, just be authentically you.
Freedom is continually breaking chains that have locked away my confidence; breaking my own invisible mental and emotional limitations. Freedom is learning but even more important, unlearning the ways of the world. Being on the receiving end of growth and change. Even Rosa Parks road the back of the Bus before making History. Freedom to Me is making my mark in History.”