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A New Document Has Been Obtained in the Investigation Into Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and Her Treatment of Blacks
AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©
In our ongoing investigation into Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and her treatment of Blacks, we’ve just obtained a correspondence that occurred between Lillie Schechter, the former Harris County Democratic Party Chair, and Mary Courtney, the Black woman who was serving at the Southwest Field Organizer for the Lina Hidalgo for County Judge reelection campaign.
The letter we’ve obtained is dated, September 14, 2022, and referenced, “Hidalgo - Separation and General Release Agreement.”
Former Democratic Party Chairman Lillie Schechter, also the owner of Bayou Strategies, responded to the “SEPARATION AND GENERAL RELEASE AGREEMENT LETTER,” acting in her capacity as the co-manager of the Lina Hidalgo Campaign.
According to the email thread that was emailed to me, Lillie Schechter's response stated, “Mary - As you know from the org chart you and I reviewed, I am a co-manager of the Lina Hidalgo Campaign. As part of what has been a pattern of difficulty communicating with you, I have emailed you on September 6, 7, 8 and 9th and called you on September 10th in order to discuss your employment with the Lina Hidalgo campaign, and you have been largely unresponsive. The campaign and I thank you for your contributions and especially for the passion, you have shown for the Judge. The campaign, however, has decided to terminate your employment as of today. Attached to this email are documents detailing a severance package. Should you wish to take advantage of this offer, please sign the documents where indicated and return to me. I encourage you to have a lawyer of your choosing review these documents before you sign them, since they do impact your legal rights. I hope to see you in future Democratic endeavors.”