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Neighbors, Political Allies and Career Advancement

In Shavano Park, population 3,926 (2018) exists a cozy, interlocking web of neighbors, who are also each others political allies, and who directly and openly reward each other with financial enrichment and/or career advancement.

On September 8, 2018 Shavano Park residents gather at a home to “meet and greet” Bexar County Probate Court No 1 candidate, and fellow Shavano Park resident, Oscar Kazen.  Oscar posted these photos on his FaceBook page on Sept 8, 2018, following his campaign election event to replace the disgraced Kelly Cross, who must have made Mary Werner mad, since Mary and her husband Bob did not support Kelly, a fellow Republican, but instead, decided to support their neighbor as the next source of Mary’s income, and a Democrat at that – Oscar Kazen.

On January 29, 2019, 29 days after Oscar became the newest Bexar County Probate Court No 1 Judge, Oscar awarded to Mary Werner one Charlie Thrash in guardianship.  This had the direct affect of raising Mary’s income by at least $2,000/month, as revealed in court testimony, and disclosed to the public via Academy Award-winning documentarian Alex Gibney’s Netflix series, Dirty Money, Guardianship, Inc episode.

Estimation of Mary Werners income, from Dirty Money's "Guardianship, Inc." episode - courtesy of Netflix
Estimation of Mary Werners income, from Dirty Money's "Guardianship, Inc." episode - courtesy of Netflix

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