A Special Editorial by Sam T. Eagle, Editor

Special Editorial:

Over the past 8 years, we here at the Review have given you some of the best Klein bashing on the internet. We have talked about the companies Philip has driven into bankruptcy, his failure to pay child support to his ex-wife, his failed marriages, and the countless lies he has posted on the internet.

Many of you have gotten a taste of what we are talking about. Simply, that Philip Klein is a pathological liar, narcissist, and mean and vengeful person with no regard for the truth.

For us here at the Review, it has been great fun. We can think of no one in Jefferson County who needs to be made fun of more than Philip r. Klein, editor.

So we want to share some decisions with you today – and we want to make it very easy to read and understand. As well, it is going to make Philip even more pissed off than he is right now. And create some talk which may even make it into the media. So please read the words we write carefully – words mean things.

The Lawsuit:

As you know, Philip r. Klein sued a whole bunch of people trying to find out who we are here at the Review. He sued Google, Blogspot, Operation Kleinwatch, Sam the Eagle, Michael Neil Harrison, Shon Hodgston, and Brent Coon. He lost and lost bad. He made case law that was reported in the 2011 law books and it made him look like the fool he is. Years from now, attorneys will read his case and laugh. But like a poor marksman, he kept missing the target. I can assure you that I am not any of those people nor are any of them associated with this website.

Keep swinging punk boy, I do so enjoy watching you chase your tail.

Philip has now announced that he has filed a grievance against attorney Jeff Dorrell.

I want to be honest and in full disclosure, in that I did file one legal filing with the State Bar of Texas, a complaint against Coon and Harrison’s Lawyer, Mr. Jeff Dorrell. The reason I filed a complaint is that Mr. Dorrell suggested in a press release that I had lied on the witness stand regarding the email he forwarded it to our attorney. The media did not run with the press release (other than the Southeast Texas Record) because of the inflammatory suggestion (as I am told). I will leave the State Bar of Texas to make a decision if Mr. Dorrell crossed any ethical or legal lines. According to the state bar investigators I spoke with – it is very close and they are opening a case file on it.

Unfortunately for Philip, he can't do that.

The Texas Disciplinary Rules of Procedure clearly state:

2.16 Confidentiality:

A. Disciplinary Proceedings are strictly confidential and not subject to disclosure, except by court order, or as otherwise provided in this Rule 2.16.

Philip has now subjected himself as well as his own attorney under 8.04 of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, to both criminal and civil sanctions.

Open mouth, insert foot.

The Future of The Review:

We here at the Sam the Eagle Political Review are committed to giving you the finest Klein bashing available on the internet. If the police are called to Philip's house because his wife has locked herself in the bedroom, we are going to tell you about it. If Philip tries to impersonate a federal agent, we are going to tell you about it. If Philip gets caught with another woman (or an animal) in his office after hours, we are going to tell you about it.

And we would love to see Philip run for county judge. You've got our vote Philip!

On behalf of all of us here at Eagle Publishing and Eagle and Associates – thank you so much for reading us. We are not going anywhere right now.

Sam t. Eagle, editor