Friday, August 21, 2015

The background check is a red herring

My conjecture based on the abject absence of candor, forthrightness and honesty from the board and their superintendent;

APS Deputy Supt. Jason Martinez was not told to resign or be fired over his failure to submit to a background check. 

Martinez was told to resign or be fired over what the background check will reveal.

The path, off which they are trying to draw you is;
the background check will not be done. 
And if it is done, the findings will be hidden behind
a nearly impenetrable wall of unlimited spending,
without (real) oversight on lawyers and legal weaselry.
Stake and interest holders will never know the truth about
the betrayal of the trust they placed in the leadership
of the APS. ... and of the media.

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