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Red Guards and the Modern Face of Protest
Agitators, disrupters, or “anarchists,” these masked protesters represent a new resistance
News Story  February 16, 2017, by Joseph Caterine
"...3, 2012, when APD forced Occupy protesters to abandon the encampment outside of City Hall that they had held for four months. "It was a surprise," said Ronnie Garza, one of the occupiers..."

APD Infiltrates Occupy
Undercover cops revealed in Houston – Acevedo promises review
News Story  September 7, 2012, by Jordan Smith
"...Those are among the questions pending before Harris County district Judge Joan Campbell, who is presiding over the prosecution of Austinite Ronnie Garza, one of 15 Occupy protesters from across the state arrested in December during a demonstration at Houston's port, part of a nationwide "Occupy the Port" action. Garza is among a group of seven of those protesters who are now facing felony charges of "possession of a criminal instrument" as a result of that roadblocking action, while the other eight protesters, who were also blocking the road, were charged only with misdemeanor obstruction of a highway..."

Houston Has Problem With APD Occupy Case
Parties return to court Oct. 31
News Story  October 12, 2012, by Jordan Smith
"...4, Assistant D.A. Joshua Phanco told Judge Joan Camp­bell the D.A.'s office is "prepared to turn over those two names" and to move forward with the case against the Occupiers, including OA member Ronnie Garza...."

APD Undercover Officers Outed in Occupy Austin Case
Trial set for February 2013
DAILY News  November 6, 2012, by Jordan Smith
"..."Butch," in keeping tabs on the OA movement throughout the fall and into the winter of 2011. Reza and Moore's names were included in documents turned over by the APD to lawyers representing OA member Ronnie Garza and six other protesters now facing felony charges for using a so-called "lockbox" to obstruct a roadway at the Port of Houston during a protest there in December 2011..."

APD Occupies 'Occupy': A Half-Dozen Infiltrators?
Questions remain on the extent of APD surveillance
News Story  March 1, 2013, by Jordan Smith
"...According to attorney Greg Gladden, who represented Austin protester Ronnie Garza, documents given to the judge in Garza's case indicated that at least three other officers were involved. Those additional names were not revealed, however, because the judge ruled that they had played no part in the "manufacture, adaptation, purchase, or delivery" of the lockboxes..."

APD Infiltrates Occupy: How Many Officers Does it Take to 'Protect' Free Speech?
Lawyer says up to six APD officers involved in watching OA
DAILY News  February 23, 2013, by Jordan Smith
"...21 with the dismissal of the felony charges. The group instead pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge of blocking the roadway and were spared both fines and jail time, said attorney Greg Gladden, who represented Austin protester Ronnie Garza...."

APD's 'Rick' and 'Dirk' Occupy Occupy Austin
Two more undercover cops identified
News Story  November 9, 2012, by Jordan Smith
"...According to a transcript of the pretrial hearing, APD officers Rick Reza and Deek Moore – known to Occupiers as "Rick" and "Dirk," respectively – worked alongside already-outted investigator Shannon Dowell, aka "Butch," in keeping tabs on OA throughout the fall and into the winter of 2011. Reza and Moore's names were included in documents turned over by the APD to lawyers representing OA member Ronnie Garza and six other protesters now facing felony charges for using a so-called "lockbox" to obstruct a roadway at the Port of Hous­ton during a protest there in December 2011..."

APD Infiltrates Occupy
Activists say cop encouraged them to break the law
DAILY News  August 30, 2012, by Jordan Smith
"...Those are among the questions now before Harris County district Judge Joan Campbell, who is presiding over the prosecution of Austinite Ronnie Garza, one of 16 Occupy protesters from across the state arrested in December during a demonstration at Houston's port, part of a nationwide “Occupy the Port” action. Garza is among a group of eight of those protesters who are now facing felony charges of “possession of a criminal instrument” as a result of that road-blocking action, while the other eight protesters, who were also blocking the road, were charged only with misdemeanor obstruction of a highway..."

John Anderson
January 4, 2013. 10 Photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  January 4, 2013
"...Occupy Austin member Ronnie Garza participates in a protest outside of Austin Police Department headquarters against local police infiltration of Occupy Austin on September 5, 2012. Garza is at the center of a possible entrapment case involving, Shannon Dowell, an undercover officer who encouraged Garza and others to use PVC pipes as part of a blockade of the Port of Houston which raised the charges for their civil disobedience from misdemeanor to felony charges..."

SXSW Announces Film Lineup
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, Ben Wheatley's Free Fire, and more
DAILY SXSW  January 31, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...[image-6] As I Walk Through The Valley D: Ronnie Garza, Charlie Vela As I Walk Through The Valley is a journey into the underground music scene of Texas' southernmost border-region. Follow four generations of Valley musicians as they struggle to find a voice of their own in the land of charro beans and Tejano legends..."

Headlines
News Story  September 28, 2012
"...› Occupy Austin member Ronnie Garza is still waiting to see whether a Harris County court will conclude that undercover Austin police investigators illegally entrapped him and several other protesters into using a so-called "lockbox" at the Port of Houston last winter. Judge Joan Campbell has reset a hearing in the case until Oct..."

Occupy Austin, 2011
A movement in evolution
News Story  December 30, 2011, by Michael King and John Anderson
"..."We've expanded it to be an empowerment tool," says Occupier Dave Cortez, "so anybody who does actually move their money can now be part of something." And there are also the less obvious actions – like attempts to see the city's homeless population in a new light. "[The homeless] are a very important presence," said Ronnie Garza of the InterOccupy network, "and it underscored the problem of the homeless not just in Austin but around the nation."..."

The People vs. Mike Sheffield
The new APD oversight agreement is a first for Austin -- but will it do what it's supposed to do?
News Story  March 30, 2001, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...And why the council couldn't appoint members of a police review panel, when it already appoints the members of the Civil Service Commission that hears disciplined officers' appeals, remains legally nebulous. (City Manager Jesus Garza did commit to appointing panel members from a pool referred by the council.) "If I could be God, I would fund giving each of [the council members] their own lawyers," del Llano says..."

Swaggering, Strutting Texas Hunks
Music Story  December 10, 2010, by Margaret Moser
"...That's how David Garza remembers the band Pariah, a pungent description echoed by those who remember their glory days as Austin's premier hard rock band. The SIMS Benefit Bash this Saturday, Dec..."

Naked City
Shane Phelps resigns from the AG's office to run as a Republican candidate for Travis County District Attorney; Community leaders ask Dell Computer to reconsider moving into the Drinking Water Protection Zone
News Story  May 19, 2000, by Amy Smith
"...The city auditor's evaluation last year of the electric utility's new billing system project may have angered City Manager Jesus Garza, but the report took first place honors this week at the annual convention of the National Association of Local Government Auditors. City Auditor Helen Niesner and others from her staff are expected to pick up the award today, Thursday, May 18, in New Orleans..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  December 17, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...Attorney Johnny Sutton announced last week felony indictments against outgoing state Rep. Timo Garza, D-Eagle Pass, along with both of his parents and other associates, in connection with the alleged theft of nearly $1 million from the Kickapoo Indian tribe and its Lucky Eagle Casino near Eagle Pass..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  August 12, 2005, by Lee Nichols and Cheryl Smith
"...2 he was told that the staffing reduction was set to take effect on Aug. 7 and not "only in the next fiscal year." After a week of negotiations with acting Fire Chief Jim Evans and Assistant City Manager Rudy Garza, Martinez got word Friday morning (just five minutes before an AAPFF press conference during which Martinez planned to denounce the cuts) that City Manager Toby Futrell was prepared to draft a letter pledging to maintain current staffing levels..."

Dancing About Architecture
What's up in the live music capital this week
Music Column  October 27, 2000, by Ken Lieck
"...You've heard of the Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash, now how about the "Bastard Sons of Alejandro Escovedo"? Mr. E, who was once heard at La Zona Rosa referring to Davíd Garza as his "illegitimate son," has decided it's time to start paying some figurative child support..."

Naked City
Off the Desk:
News Story  July 8, 1999
"...After last year's big statements and raft of new "initiatives," City Manager Jesus Garza's just-released draft policy budget for 1999-2000 is a quiet little number. Of course, this is only the beginning -- by the time we have a real budget proposal at the end of the month, expect it to include new ideas, if not new funds for them, that will make the city proud and progressive...."

Off the Record
Blasts from the past courtesy of Armadillo Records, David Garza's Twang Twang Shock-a-Boom, and Jody Denberg's final broadcast
Music Column  December 11, 2009, by Austin Powell
"...David Garza never suffered a sophomore slump with Twang Twang Shock-a-Boom, the quirky acoustic trio he formed his freshman year with drummer Chris Searles and bassist Jeff Haley at the University of Texas. Over the course of two semesters (1989-1990), Twang Twang went from busking on the West Mall to being one of the hottest tickets in town, recording more than 50 songs in the process..."

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