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Mud Slinging going again

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SA4Mayor.com was first to tell you about the Observer’s controversial front page only two days before elections.  And now we bring you this report including exclusive interviews with both DeBerry-Mejia and Castro’s camp managers.

“We demand a full apology, and San Antonio deserves one as well.  This exceeds the use of parody and falls into the category of malicious misrepresentation.  We intend to explore all legal remedies against the parties involved,” said DeBerry-Mejia in a press release regarding this week’s front page of the San Antonio Observer.

In the same press release, put out Thursday night, Kevin Lopez, DeBerry-Mejia’s Campaign Mgr. is also quoted as being “certain Castro is behind the publication based on a meeting he attended four years ago with Castro and the publication.   At that time Kevin Lopez was Castro’s 2005 Mayoral Campaign Field Director. ”

Contacted by SA4Mayor.com Christian Archer, Julian Castro’s Campaign Mgr. denies all allegations, and calls it a “sign of desperation” while Lopez stands by it, but agrees in our exclusive interview that he has no “solid” proof. Here’s is a copy o the Julian Castro letter Archer refers to during our exclusive report:

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The SA Observer was also contacted for this report, but they are yet to agree to an interview. SA4Mayor.com was the first to report the story, here’s Ryan O’Donnell WOAI report Friday night who did get a stament form the Observer:

This however is not the first time the “Observer” prints controversial headlines as WOAI-TV reported recently of another case involving SAPD [ See Demond Fernandez Report]

Credits: Kevin Lopez photo courtesy of “The Walker Report” | Observer front page photo provided by Trish DeBerry-Mejia 5/07/09 press release.

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