Thursday, September 12, 2013

A jury of my peers will come to believe ...

there is an ethics and accountability scandal in the leadership of the APS, and further that I had a Constitutionally protected human right to expose that scandal in a public forum.

I can't wait for a jury of my peers to listen to them talk about;

  • their abandonment of their obligations as the senior-most role models of student standards of conduct, or about,
  • their cover up of felony criminal misconduct involving APS senior administrators, or about,
  • their use of scant public resources to fund legal defenses beyond our oversight, including but not limited to litigation against the public interests to provide exception to the law for corrupt and incompetent politicians and public servants.

Their long time lawyer, Art Melendres testified that the Modrall law firm contract with APS is so lucrative he couldn't remember how much he was making. 

He finally settled on a number north of a million dollars a year.  And without our oversight.

A jury of my peers
will come to believe;
that there is an ethics 
and accountability 
scandal  in the leadership 
of the APS, or,

we will have gone through
all of this for nothing.

photos Mark Bralley

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