Zamora-Garcia v. Moore, 2006 WL 2663802 (S.D.Tex. September 15, 2006) is another decision in a continuing case involving challenges to the Department of Homeland Security’s procedures for release of aliens while their immigration cases are under consideration. The court denied motions to dismiss filed by two sureties. The court held that it had pendent jurisdiction over the state law claims against the sureties and that the factual allegations were sufficient to support the various causes of action in the complaint including breach of contract, fraud and misrepresentation, and false imprisonment. The essence of the suit as to the sureties seemed to be that the sureties had a contractual obligation to tell the principal and indemnitors when there was a demand on the bond and failed to do so.