Thursday, November 30, 2006

APS Leaders; felony criminal misconduct allegations unresolved

Allegations of felony criminal misconduct, supported by incontrovertible hard evidence, remain unresolved after several years.

If the Leadership of the Albuquerque Public Schools were accountable to the law; there would be either a conviction or an acquittal of the subjects of the allegations. There is none. There is no evidence even of a criminal investigation. There is no evidence that the allegations or the evidence have ever been considered by law enforcement. The Leadership of the APS is not accountable, even to the law.

In nineteen days, three of seven APS board members will be guaranteed an unopposed reelection to the board. The guarantee is granted by the Journal and Tribune who will neither investigate nor report upon the scandal despite their many obvious and inescapable obligations to do so.

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