|Former APS Audit Comm Chair Robbins|
His frank admissions of accountability issues in the leadership of the APS had jaws dropping. Literally. Ask anyone who was there.
He stood up and confirmed in essence, what I have been saying for years about an ethics, standards and accountability crisis in the leadership of the APS.
If the Journal interviews Robbins and reports upon the concerns about which he is finally willing to talk, stake and interest holders; taxpayers in particular, will be outraged.
... more than reason enough for the Journal to not investigate and report; as is their want and practice.
As an aside, Robbins confirmed that it was Marty Esquivel personally, who sought to ban me from public forums for life; a violation of my civil rights that ended up costing taxpayers $863K (over a million if you include Mark Bralley's settlement over similar violations).
photos Mark Bralley