Citizens for Good Government issues statement on the return of the Vandenweghe hard drive.

Supporters of Good Government:

You may have noticed in Saturday’s Times-Picayune that ex-Assistant Jefferson Parish Attorney Anne Marie Vandenweghe “has struck an arrangement with the parish attorney’s office to have her emails and a copy of the hard drive of her work computer returned to her,” according to her attorney, Bobby Truitt. This article may be viewed on nola.com.

Before she was terminated in November 2010, Ms. Vandenweghe had to work for six months without being permitted access to her workplace computer or emails which she had generated and received in conjunction with her job running the Public Records Department. She therefore filed a lawsuit in October 2010 against our Jefferson Parish government in an effort to regain her old computer and emails.

At the November 3rd, 2010 Jefferson Parish Council meeting, Citizens for Good Government Vice-Chairman Margie Seemann expressed our outrage that instead of settling with Ms. Vandenweghe and giving her back her computer and emails, our government chose to waste a huge amount of taxpayer dollars on the expensive outside legal firm, Phelps Dunbar, to defend this indefensible action of our government.

At the August 31st, 2011 Council meeting, Margie again said that we are tired of having our tax dollars wasted on legal fees to defend the indefensible concerning this lawsuit. Although Ms. Vandendweghe’s October 2010 lawsuit to retrieve her work emails was dismissed by Judge LaDart, her appeal of this decision was successful. Jefferson Parish therefore had no choice but to finally return Ms. Vandenweghe’s emails to her, but only after six more months of legal fees to Phelps Dunbar. Why didn’t our government just give Ms. Vandenweghe her emails and spare us the excessive amount of legal fees we have paid, in addition to the settlement they will have to pay her?

Since the Times-Picayune article also stated that “Vandenweghe and Parish Attorney Deborah Foshee are negotiating settlements to Vandenweghe’s lawsuits against the parish filed in state and federal courts,” we are hopeful that this indicates that our government is also going to settle Ms. Vandenweghe’s whistleblower lawsuit against the Parish of Jefferson and former interim Parish President Steve Theriot, which was filed with the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana on August 25th, 2011.

Among the charges made in Ms. Vandenweghe’s whistleblower lawsuit is that time and again she brought to the attention of her supervisor criminal violations of Louisana Revised Statutes and Jefferson Parish’s Code of Ordinances, such as criminal conspiracy, injuring public records, filing or maintaining false public records, forgery, payroll fraud, illegal political activities, and malfeasance, and her supervisor did nothing about it. Furthermore, no steps were taken to protect whistleblower Ms. Vandenweghe from reprisal and retaliation.

For example, she made known to her supervisor details of the “paralegal scandal.” As everyone now knows, some individuals had been hired as paralegals and were being carried on the payroll of the Legal Department, even though they were not actually working in the Legal Department, nor were they doing paralegal work, and they did not even have the required credentials. Ms. Vandenweghe made this information known to her immediate supervisor, who did nothing about it. However, this information later became public and became a big scandal, and the paralegals were dismissed.

Of course, Ms. Karen Parker Broussard is a so-called paralegal who was indicted and on January 17th, 2012 plead guilty to misprision of a felony because she failed to report the crime of payroll fraud with respect to her paralegal supervisor position with Jefferson Parish. Ms. Vandenweghe reported this felony, but others didn’t.

Although we would be very interested in viewing a trial of this whistleblower lawsuit, we just don’t want any more taxpayer dollars wasted on outside legal fees and additional settlement fees on a futile lawsuit defending the indefensible.

Margie Seemann
Vice-Chairman, Citizens for Good Government

18 thoughts on “Citizens for Good Government issues statement on the return of the Vandenweghe hard drive.”

  1. STOP WASTING MY MONEY

    I have been reading Slabbed for a while now, and on occasion have commented also. Having been a trial lawyer over 40 year for the defense bar and in advocacy of plaintiffs as well, I have immersed myself in the subject matter of Ms. Anne Marie Vandenweghe’s Federal lawsuit for no other reason than my own personal interest. Retirement has it’s own way of influencing how one may find time to be seduced by topics of the day; and the Jefferson Parish corruption scandals have me mesmorized at the present.

    I have read both of Ms. Vandenweghe’s Whistleblower claims, the original and amended. I have read her appeal that was filed in response to the hearing officer’s rather strange ruling that the issues raised by Ms. Vandenweghe were to be considered moot. I have read her PRR lawsuit, Judge LaDart’s seemingly tainted decision, and the definitive opinion by the La.5th Circuit Court of Appeal reversing Judge LaDart’s ruling. And of course I have read the exhaustive fact pleading allegations in her Federal Court action. Additionally I have archived as much material as I could from both posts and comments on Slabbed. Frankly there has been little or no covererage by the New Orleans media to reference the subject of Ms. Vandenweghe’s travails with the Jefferson Parish Government. Her story has for some unknown and non-apparent reason to me or the public has largely been avoided and/or ignored.

    With the above said, I should qualify that the only dog I have in this fight is myself and other Jefferson Parish taxpayers. So the question is how much more of my money to do I think should be spent “Defending the Indefensible” as many commenters here on Slabbed and elsewhere have characterized lawsuits such as Ms.Vandenweghe’s now settled PRR case and her present litigation in Federal Court. And my educated and experienced answer is for Jefferson Parish to cut it’s losses beginning now, in other words stop wasting our money.

    The indictments of Broussard and Wilkinson, along with Parker who has subsequently pled guilty can only be seen as adding rocket fuel to Ms. Vanderweghe’s already solidified allegations of wrong doing by those who have continued to cover up the very same corrupt conduct that induced the Federal Investigation in the first place. And I would also suggest, as others have here on Slabbed have previously, that Phelps, Dunbar’s representation of the Parish of Jefferson so far borders on possible malpractice IMHO: in failing to identify their client, the Jefferson Parish taxpayers, and in their failure to perform due diligence by not performing a thorough investigation of the allegations set forth in Ms. Vandenweghe’s Whistleblower Claim. And lest I forget to mention Phelps, Dunbar’s very questionable advise to file a lawsuit on behalf of Jefferson Parish and Steve Theriot against the blogosphere, and also in precipitating Ms.Vandenweghe’s PRR litigation as though it were simply an exercise in generating fees.

    As more and more individuals in Parish Government get indicted, probably along with their associated consultants and contractors, many of whom are named in Ms. Vandenweghe’s allegations of wrong doing, it is more likely that a Judge or Jury will be more sympathetic to the demands of Ms. Vandenweghe that she be compensated for not only the wrongful discharge from her position of Asst Parish Attorney, but punitive damages for the egresious retaliation she was subjected to for doing what every employee of Jefferson Parish is mandated to do, report wrong doing.

    During my practce of law conventional wisdom held that taxpayers were reluctant to award their taxpaying money to plaintiffs. However if other taxpayers are feeling the anger that I have towards our political establishment, which I feel certain we all as taxpayers do considering the widespread corruption that has been taking place under cover of the general public’c view, this anger element alone will probably increase any damage award in Ms. Vandenweghe’s favor. Any lawyer would be hard pressed to try and convince a Judge or Jury that they should consider who pays these judgements in light of the millions of dollars already wasted to pay outside counsel to litigate in “Defending the Indefensible” in so many previous lawsuits that were settled in the plaintiffs’ favor.

    It is my educated and experienced opinion that Ms. Vandenweghe will be rewarded with a large award for doing the right thing which is always the right thing to do. Ms. Vandenweghe has been true to her convictions and has displayed the courage to stand alone armed by both. I’ll represent that kind of client before any Court with any Judge or Jury anytime, anywhere.

    1. I’m glad somebody remembered that fucking dumb ass lawsuit that Nan Alessandra of that hustler law firm Phelps, Dunbar filed against the blogasphere no less. Hell this incompetent jackass of a lawyer was billing the JP taxpayers at $225 an hour to find out who I and my NOLA posse were so that Stevie ‘wonderless’ TheRiot could talk with us so we could all discuss how much of a corrupt fucking sleezeball he is along with those corrupt Council Clown thugs that illegally appointed him.

      And how about the lies that Alessandra alleged in the lawsuit, that TheRiot and HIS Adminstration “have been injured and have suffered enbarrassment, loss of personal and business reputation, as well as other damages which will be proven at trial of this matter. When asked about using such a forceful tone if his only interest is to gain information, TheRiot said he couldn’t explain the language.”

      The only reputation that was damaged was to Phelps,Dunbar by one of Phelps,Dunbar own lawyers by filing this ill conceived petition in the first place. Seems like this law firm choose to slide down this Jefferson Parish hellhole for the money to cover up because thay sure didn’t do the due diligence that they were ethically charged with.

      Think about it. How can anyone defame anyone coming out of this JP hellhole ? The ludicrous lawsuit that Phelps,Dunbar filed on behalf of Jefferson Parish and TheRiot, and was signed by Nan Alessandra and David Korn should have been enough to issue sanctions by that guy Plattsmier against them. How can a political entity, Jefferson Parish be defamed ? Or better yet how can a politico scumbag thug like TheRiot be defamed ? The truth and fact is that both are not possible! I am surprised that these two legal weasels still can practice law. Interesting that their senorita senior sidekick Kim Boyles’ signature didn’t show up on that grade school petition as she somehow managed to weasel out of site.

      This fucking lawsuit is the best evidence of the conspired and continuing retaliation mounted againt Ms. Vandenweghe by the Jeffeson Parish Government. Hell let’s just read this quote from a T-P article where Rich Rainey writes, ” …Council members Chris Roberts and Cythia Lee-Sheng said the administration told them the lawsuit was part of a continuing investigation into an employee suspected of posting information online while working on parish time”

      If any of these MFers including TheRiot, Roberts, Lagasse, Capella, Lee, Congemi Lee-Sheng, and others thought this JP hellhole was hot wait till they have to appear for depositions, produce records, and have to testify at trial. This HELLHOLE of all hell holes Jefferson Parish will be smoking.

  2. VANDENWEGHE vs. PARISH of JEFFERSON and STEVE THERIOT

    The elephant that will not leave my living room has what I think is the most simple and obvious question as it concerns the wasteful spending of HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of DOLLARS paying outside counsel fees to DEFEND THE INDEFENSIBLE ?

    WHY ?

  3. From what I see there are a number of questions that should be dealt with before they go before the Judge or Jury. And it looks to me that the time is now to get some answers to these questions before the taxpayers pay even more in damages:

    1) How can it be in the best interests of the taxpayer/citizen of Jefferson Parish to continue a very expensive and futile vendetta by certain members of the Parish Council against AMV ?

    2) Wasn

  4. How many other state and parish employees has TheRiot in his long political career falsely accused of wrong doing in trying to terminate them besides Johnny Rombach, ex-Louisiana Legislature Financial Officer who was falsely removed by false ethics allegations but later cleared of all ethical wrong doing by the Ethics Board, and AMV ?

    I believe Rombach’s defamation suit against TheRiot was adjudicated prescribed but was TheRiot ever deposed over his false allegations against Rombach and was the prescription judgment appealed.

    The taxpayers of JP need to know exactly who were the major political players involved behind TheRiots’ false allegations against AMV. TheRiots’ reputation as a person falsely accusing others needs to be documented so he can be blackballed from future employment just like Rombach and AMV sustained. Yet unlike TheRiot, in their cases such blackballing was totally undeserved.

  5. Reading the excerpt from the article by Drew Broach I was struck by the language he used to describe Vandenweghe: ” kook and a malcontent”. No where have I seen that language alleged to have been used by anyone in the Administration to describe her in that manner. Where ever did Broach get that description? Just reading it in his article it sounds like HE is labeling her with that description. Has Vandenweghe considered suing the Times Picayune and Broach?

  6. I get really pissed off when I see that name Nancy Drew. Just think not to long ago the Times-Picayune’s tres amigos comprised of Broach, Gill and Grace were dancing around Broussard’s sombrero, wining and dining around town, breaking pinaetas open with bottles of Dom Perignon. Interesting how not one of these “journalists” have ever written a word about the positive ramifications of Ms. Vandenweghe’s whistleblower claims in revealing the wrong doings of Parish Officials. Seems like their hanging around that kook and malcontent Aaron Broussard was more fun and less work.

  7. J.Caldarera was there nominated for his portrayal of Pinocchio which has run at the Jefferson Performing Arts Building for over 6 years. Calderera upon accepting his award claimed some others made his mouth move and that those people were the cause for such a record run of the play adaptation.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcKAA9jI4YU

    Strange thing though, the marionette man and the cricket, who were also characters and so instrumental in such a long running sold out performance, were not present to accept their awards.

  8. THE PUS THICKENS

    http://www.examiner.com/performing-arts-in-new-or

    MR ASSAF'S COMMENT

    Alan,

    Thanks so much for the passion and attention you give to all of us in the theatre community.

    I am touched by your recognition of our hard work and the unfortunate mistreatment and disrespect shown us by *****Councilman Elton Lagasse******* in denying our deserved place in managing the new theatre.

    He says SMG, which lost the contract to manage the Mahalia, and receives huge subsidies to manage the Superdome, the Arena and the Pont Center as well as other facilities around the country, will manage the new theatre with only a one year subsidy from the parish.

    I have yet to hear Mr. Lagasse say this publicly however,and can't imagine SMG accepting a contract with only one year subsidy where every other location they manage locally is heavily subsidized.

    So we shall see what the future holds for us.

    As for our de-emphasizing our place at EJ Auditorium, new testing schedules are squeezing us out just like football does in the fall. So we are focusing on Westwego, N.O. and Northshore.

    Thanks

    I AIN'T NEAR DONE WITH THIS!

  9. THAT'S MY COMMENT AT THE BOTTOM….CUZ…I AIN'T NEAR DONE WITH THIS.

    Mr. Assaf is a highly respected honorable person whose talents & achievements span over 30 YEARS.

    He is a TREASURE! ….LOOK AT WHAT THEY DID TO HIM!!!!

    _______________________________________

    For decades before the storm and its longterm effect on the city, JPAS had held most of its events at the school auditorium of East Jefferson High School

    It had long been Assaf's dream that a genuine stage with a real orchestra pit would would be something for which he could strive to achieve.

    First, he had the auditorium renamed to the Jefferson Performing Arts Center

    and reupholstered the uncomfortable wooden seats.

    Eventually, he got his orchestra pit and extended his reach

    to the other side of Jefferson Parish when he secured another performing venue on the West Bank,

    the Westwego Perforrming Arts Theatre and its smaller venue, the adjacent Teatro Wego! Theatre located just off the river road, LA-18, at 177 Sala Avenue.

    While no official explanation has been given to the de-emphasis on shows in East Jefferson, the move would be suggested by one major factor.

    Assaf and JPAS, who had campaigned vigorously for a major performing arts venue to be built in the area had been expecting to have a major part in the new Jefferson Parish Performing Arts Center being constructed down the road on Airline Drive.

    It was Assaf's baby.

    He advocated for, pleaded and cajoled both the public and elected officials in state and local government to consider the needs of Jefferson Parish for a bona fide performing center almost since JPAS's inception.

    Unlike pre-Katrina New Orleans, Jefferson residents have never had a theatre quite like the present Mahalia Jackson Theatre or the past Saenger Theatre.

    When politicians did what politicians do – award the contract for management of the new hall to a different entity than JPAS – Assaf and his staff had to come up with a plan to manage their present resources as best they can until the new center officially opens next year.

    SHAME!

    Continue reading on Examiner.com Jefferson Performing Arts Society has lots of kids fare – New Orleans Performing Arts | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/performing-arts-in-new-or

  10. Hey Mr. LargASSE if your reading this Assaf has been quoted as saying the Performing Arts stimulates the economy to the tune of 5 MILLION.

    In my mind it has only stimulated my red ass to the tune of 50 MILLION taxpayers money due to your BS and expert efforts of your buddy J. Calderea, whose website ironically says he specializes in correcting other contractors' mistakes and follies.

    And since Boudreux's Butt Paste hasn't helped my ass burn maybe a Grand Jury will eventually ease my pain. Speaking of pain I also get a headache listening to you at Council meetings and your mumbling, stumbling and ignorance of Parliamentarian Procedure. There was a Parliamentarian Seminar last Saturday in Metarie and I certainly hope you attended you "ignorant slut"- hattip to SNL.

  11. JANUARY 2008

    The Jefferson Performing Arts Society is heading home as it celebrates 30th anniversary

    Published: Friday, January 18, 2008, 5:00 AM Updated: Wednesday, October 22, 2008, 12:03 PM

    By James O’Byrne, NOLA.com The Times-Picayune

    “All of the other corporations that are bidding on this are all for-profit entities,” Assaf said. “They have got to make a profit. … Where we as a nonprofit have an advantage in (that) our mission is the performing arts.”

    As a nonprofit, JPAS is free to tap into separate pools of money in the form of grants and charitable donations to keep the facility running, Assaf said.

    “A for-profit entity is going to be a whole lot more bottom-line conscious than a nonprofit,” he said. “Frankly, the building is going to lose money no matter who manages it. They all do.”

    Young and Assaf point to a
    rededication of current parish taxes
    pushed through by
    Parish President Aaron Broussard in 2007
    that
    secured $1 million per year
    for management expenses at the facility.
    Assaf said that justifies the parish’s choice of JPAS as the management firm since the funding has already been secured at no additional taxpayer expense.

    “You would have to be really careless to go into a facility with a $1 million line of credit
    toward operating expenses and ruin it,” Assaf said.
    “I don’t think anybody on earth would challenge the council and say,
    ‘What are you doing giving it to JPAS?'”

    But Young said the public would be quick to criticize elected officials for failing to complete a full bid process if they opted to simply hand management over to Assaf and JPAS.

    “At the end of the day, they may have the best proposal submitted,
    and I encourage them to submit a proposal,” Young said of JPAS. ”

    This is a situation where if we didn’t ask for proposals from everyone we’d be criticized.
    This is in the interest of open and transparent government, plain and simple.”

    The theater has been plagued with construction delays and cost overruns since it first broke ground in February 2007. What was first projected as a two-year job could last another 18 months.

    The Parish Council approved a change order Wednesday that allows contractor J. Caldarera & Co. to extend its insurance coverage at the job site through May 2011.
    That added another $328,000 to the project, which now has a price tag of $37.1 million.

    The original contract for the theater came in at $26.5 million, but change orders have added $10.6 million to that amount. The parish will ask the state for another $7.5 million to cover anticipated construction costs.

    Source: http://www.allbusiness.com/government/government-bodies-offices-regional/13627043-1.html#ixzz1nbMK7m00
    ____________________________________________________________________-

    Chief Administrative Assistant Deano Bonano said the management of the new theater falls under the category of professional services, forcing the Parish Council to review all bids and search for the best fit.

    “There are qualification criteria that are established as well as certain responses that they are required to provide such as a maintenance plan, a marketing plan and a whole list of items we request,” Bonano said.

    At the end of the process, the Parish Council votes on the winning bid, which is not necessarily the bid with lowest price, Bonano said.

    Assaf said he is banking on that final decision to put JPAS in charge of the new facility, something he feels is only right considering the amount of work he has put into the process, including hand-selecting the site for the new venue.

    Source: http://www.allbusiness.com/government/government-bodies-offices-regional/13627043-1.html#ixzz1nbPUhrq6

    But Young said the public would be quick to criticize elected officials for failing to complete a full bid process if they opted to simply hand management over to Assaf and JPAS.

    “At the end of the day, they may have the best proposal submitted, and I encourage them to submit a proposal,” Young said of JPAS. “This is a situation where if we didn’t ask for proposals from everyone we’d be criticized. This is in the interest of open and transparent government, plain and simple.”

    Source: http://www.allbusiness.com/government/government-bodies-offices-regional/13627043-1.html#ixzz1nbQwEenO

    Jefferson Parish asks for bids to run its new arts center
    By Maloney, Stephen

    Monday, December 14 2009

    Published on AllBusiness.com

    A grand drama is unfolding as a state-of-the-art theater rises from the swampy ground along Airline Drive in Metairie.

    The 1,050-seat theater — long sought after by Jefferson Performing Arts Society founder Dennis Assaf — could be ready for its first curtain calls as soon as a year.

    But Assaf is worried Jefferson Parish officials will outsource management of the new theater during the state-mandated bid process.

    If another company submits a proposal that is chosen over the JPAS bid, Assaf said that company would essentially swoop in at the last minute and take away control of the project he has lobbied for since the 1970s.

    “I do appreciate that the parish must do it’s job and do due diligence to find a qualified manager,” Assaf said. “What is disappointing is it seems like our contribution to this project is being overlooked.”

    Jefferson Parish Councilman at-large John Young said the request for proposal process is required by law because the performing arts center relies on state funding.

    “I’m certainly not opposed to the Jefferson Performing Arts Society submitting a proposal,” Young said. “If they have the best proposal, we’ll move forward with their selection. But it’s a process that is required by law.”

    Assaf said he plans to submit a bid by the Jan. 14 deadline but declined to provide details of the proposal.

    Chief Administrative Assistant Deano Bonano said the management of the new theater falls under the category of professional services, forcing the Parish Council to review all bids and search for the best fit.

    “There are qualification criteria that are established as well as certain responses that they are required to provide such as a maintenance plan, a marketing plan and a whole list of items we request,” Bonano said.

    At the end of the process, the Parish Council votes on the winning bid, which is not necessarily the bid with lowest price, Bonano said.

    Assaf said he is banking on that final decision to put JPAS in charge of the new facility, something he feels is only right considering the amount of work he has put into the process, including hand-selecting the site for the new venue.

    Source: http://www.allbusiness.com/government/government-bodies-offices-regional/13627043-1.html#ixzz1nbQVrWI3
    Source: http://www.allbusiness.com/government/government-bodies-offices-regional/13627043-1.html#ixzz1nbQA25BY

    Jefferson Parish President John Young set high standards for himself: Stephanie Grace

    Published: Tuesday, November 15, 2011, 8:30 AM

    By Stephanie Grace, The Times-Picayune

    The problem with espousing higher standards is that people tend to hold you to them.

    Times-Picayune archiveJefferson Parish President John Young
    Case in point: Jefferson Parish President John Young’s appointment of his longtime secretary as the new general manager of the Alario Center sports and entertainment complex.

    Young is taking some flak for hiring Lydia Folse without ever advertising the opening — and for installing her in the top job when she doesn’t even possess the credentials to be assistant G.M. Folse has an associate’s degree and no experience in venue management, while the assistant must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field and a year’s experience in a supervisory role in marketing or operations of a “multiuse, multipurpose arena and sports complex,” — or, if the person has no degree, three years of related experience.

    Granted, this one doesn’t rise to the level of a major scandal, at least not by modern-day Jefferson Parish standards.

    There’s no evidence that Folse isn’t doing a good job. Young is paying her $53,000 — hardly an exorbitant public salary. He says she ably handled responsibilities far beyond her executive assistant title during his tenures in the district attorney’s office, Parish Council and parish administration and has performed well since taking the job six months ago.

    And yet it’s not quite minor either, if only because Young has cast himself as above the sort of cynical favoritism that plagued predecessor Aaron Broussard’s administration.

    No matter how much Young likes Folse, the job he handed her is significant enough to warrant a search — or at the very least, a public advertisement and clear application process. Folse may be good, but what if someone with a great resume was out there for the taking?

    And yes, Young has the right to hire anyone he wants for at-will posts. But that doesn’t mean traditional professional standards shouldn’t play a role, particularly in a somewhat specialized field. The general manager of the Pontchartrain Center, for example, spent more than a decade running major public facilities before taking the job, according to WVUE-TV, which first reported the story.

    Young won his job in the first place by embracing professionalism and transparency, a position that appealed to fed-up voters who thought Broussard had made a mockery of both.
    _______________________________________________________________

    STEPS to a SUCCESSFUL ASSOCIATION :

    TRANSPARENCY to TRUST to SOLIDARITY to STRENGTH to CONFIDENCE to Peace of MIND…….

    JP Officials can’t even get PAST the FIRST STEP

  12. Something very ODD about this ASSAF at Jefferson Performing Arts Society who was involved at the onset of Non-Performing Arts Center…Butt, NOT NO MO.

    THIS is from a 2008 ARTICLE :

    Young and Assaf point to a
    rededication of current parish taxes
    pushed through by
    Parish President Aaron Broussard in 2007
    that
    secured $1 million per year
    for management expenses at the facility.

    ***Has this million been collected every year & if so…WHERE oh WHERE has it GONE***

    Assaf said that justifies the parish

  13. I Tweeted John Young & boy is my ass tired ~

    JPAS brings 5 MILLION DOLLARS to area WHY NOT UTILIZE THEM? Did you FLUNK BUSINESS SCHOOL?
    ……………………………
    JPAS brings 5 MILLION DOLLARS to area WHY NOT UTILIZE THEM? Did you FLUNK BUSINESS SCHOOL? Please EXPLAIN.
    …………………………….
    PLEASE explain your inept ACTIONS.
    …………………………….
    While I have your ATTENTION ~ LAWSUIT w/ AMV is SHAMEFUL. You SUPPORT TRANSPARENCY & NOT WHISTLEBLOWER? Makes NO SENSE EXPLAIN

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