Thursday, June 21, 2007

coulda, woulda, shoulda

If you read the headline story in the Journal; you would conclude that the alleged ethical misconduct of a senior APS administrator was going to be referred to the NM Educators Ethics Bureau for (another?) investigation.

That is not a true statement. The truth is that the investigative team wrote, "the matter should be referred to the Educator Ethics Bureau of the Public Education Department for appropriate licensure action."

The Journal reported that the matter would be referred to the Educator Ethics Bureau.

There is a big difference between should and would.

Should is to talk;
as would is to walk.

If this is a deliberate effort to mislead the community; it is heinous.

It is consistent though, with their previous position, which was not to investigate or report upon public corruption and incompetence in the leadership of the APS.

How else can it be explained, the Journal readers don't know that the leadership of the APS is hiding the results of the impartial external investigation into corruption and felony criminal misconduct in the administration of the APS PD?

How else can it be explained that Journal readers don't know that, the refusal to surrender those public records is a deliberate and willful violation of the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act?

How else can it be explained that Journal readers don't know that,APS' exception to the requirements of the NMIPRA will be provided through lucrative litigation by lawyers from the school board president's husband's law firm?

How else can it be explained that Journal readers don't know that their taxdollars are being spent against the public interest?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Check out channel 13, State Department says it is up to APS if the kid gets to keep his diploma. Beth says he does. So much for a heartfelt apology and I would have done things differently if I had all the facts, blah blah blah. Oh, by the way, why didn't you have all the facts? Mr Sanchez said very early on that he had the documentation and no one wanted to see it. Hmmmm.