Thursday, April 02, 2015

How much did taxpayers pay Modrall to write an unconstitutional public participation policy?

If you really want to know who is most responsible for the APS School Board adopting a public participation policy, about which a Chief United States District Court Judge found;

"...on its face, the “personal attacks” policy of Defendant Albuquerque Public Schools Board of Education violates the First Amendment as applied to the States through the Fourteenth Amendment.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Defendant Albuquerque Public Schools Board of Education is permanently enjoined from enforcing its “personal attacks” policy.
you will probably have to sue someone to find out.

My money is on Art Melendres,
APS' lawyer of decades.
He dates back before the school
board president was married to
the Modrall president.

It is fair to suppose he owns the monstrosity that is Marty Esquivel's Public Participation in Public Meetings Policy and Procedural Directive.  It was offered ex post facto in an effort to legitimize Esquivel's prior abuse of my Constitutionally protected human rights during public fora.

All of which begs a question,
does APS, do taxpayers, get their money back
from Modrall for their bad advice?
Will we get back nearly three quarters of a million dollars
APS squandered on other favorite law firms in litigation to forestall this accounting?
Let's ask the Magic 8-Ball, Wikilink
... shake ... shake ... shake
"Don't count on it"
And there you have it.

photo Mark Bralley

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