Thursday, October 11, 2012

Getting the truth out

In February of next year, a majority of APS school board members will run for re-election.

Every one of them is part of a conspiracy to cover up the cover up of felony criminal misconduct by senior APS administrators.

And that's not the half of it. It's not the fourth of it.

The only way the word is going to get out to voter stakeholders,
is for the press to do their part; fulfill their obligation
to fully inform the electorate.

The press have the most sacred obligation of any, in support of democracy.

They are charged with providing the truth; the truth upon which
 the success of every other endeavor, fundamentally depends.

Let's have a real press conference.

I propose; it be held off campus, so Brooks and the Board can't use their publicly funded, private police force to limit access, and the free exercise of Constitutionally protected human rights in a participatory democracy.  APS Police Chief Steve Tellez should come to answer questions; but he shouldn't be wearing a badge or carrying a gun.

Let's have it in a place where legitimate questions can be asked,
and where photojournalists can work without getting mugged.

APS can send everybody;
all the board members and their lawyers,
all the senior administrators and their lawyers,
and all the lawyer's lawyers.

Hell, they can send $106K a year, Executive Director of Communications Monica Armenta if they want to.

On the other side,
should be the press,
doing what they're
supposed to be doing.

... for a change.

photos Mark Bralley

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