The JCJ Corporation v city of Compton lawsuit continues to press forward with an ex-parte filing related to the alleged racially charged allegations made by Councilman Isaac Galvan against one of his council colleagues.
Galvan alleged during a closed session meeting held on July 13, his colleague Councilwoman Michelle Chambers called his 5-year-old son an “ugly wetback”.
Chambers vehemently denies the allegations, and took to social media the following day alleging her car was “shot at” as a result of being “publicly lied on”.
JCJ points to the alleged comment as being a “hate crime”, and believes a transcript of the meeting exists under the possession of city attorney Damon Brown, and points to the amorality of the city and its agents.
According to documents provided to 2UrbanGirls, the matter is scheduled for discussion on July 16 at 8:30 a.m.ex_parte_ugly_wetback