Since I am having a hard time getting an interview with Caballero these days, I thought I'd just throw some of my questions out there to see if perhaps she will address them at some point.
TC has talked at great length about conflicts of interest. So lets examine the other side of the conflict issue. Its nice that she talks about conflicts for issues like Ethics Commission, but I'm curious about another scenario. I'm wondering what her position will be about pursuing corruption.
She's talked about that pretty regularly, but what about some of the people she's been associated with. Will she pursue cases against them in the interest of seeking justice, or will she say there is a conflict.
Case in point, the Catalina land deal. Some of the people she's been associated with are defendants in that case. If she is elected County Attorney, what happens to those cases? Does her office continue pursuing the issue or does the case come to a halt. If she does pursue the case, how vigorous will the prosecution of her associates be if Caballero is elected County Attorney?
More importantly, what is in the best interest of the community of El Paso?
Since Caballero is so vigilant about corruption, to the point that she actually uses it on campaign materials, I'm wondering what happens in a case like the Catalina land development deal?