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Posted on: Saturday, 27 February 2021
Paxton files suit to have McManus removed as chief over 2017 immigrant release incident
San Antonio
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SAN ANTONIO – A lawsuit filed in Bexar County district court last month by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton calls for San Antonio Police Department Chief William McManus to be removed from office over his handling of a 2017 immigrant release incident.

The “quo warranto” lawsuit, which seeks to remove McManus due to an alleged violation of the Texas Government Code, was filed Jan. 15, court records released to the KSAT 12 Defenders show.

“Quo warranto” is a Latin phrase meaning “by what warrant?” and essentially requires someone in a position of authority to demonstrate why he or she acted a certain way.

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