Thursday, May 24, 2007

justice delayed; is justice denied

It has been almost two weeks since the gradegate scandal become public. To date, the public records of the scandal are still under lock and key in the uptown administrative complex.

It really doesn't take two weeks to complete even the most thorough investigation of corruption and/or incompetence on the scale of gradegate; it is just that delay works to the advantage of those seeking to evade accountability for their conduct and competence as public servants.

Beth Everitt has already created a considerable advantage in her defense, by dragging this out past the end of the school year, and the opportunity for RGHS to organize effectively.

APS/Modral has the where-with-all to delay justice,
and to deny justice, indefinitely;

thanks to the secrecy that surrounds APS' administration of public power and resources, and the unwitting and unlimited financial support of taxpayers who believe that their taxes are being spent educating their children; instead of enriching Paula Maes and the Modral law firm.

and thanks to the continued aid and abet
of the Journal and the Trib.

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