Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Will Seattle School Directors Ever Act?
or is it more Lessons in:
Oligarchy v. the Republic

December 14, 2010

Dear Seattle School Director,

It has come to my attention that you will meet to discuss the evaluation of the Superintendent on December 15, 2010.

This would be an excellent time for you to determine what course of action you will pursue in regard to the Superintendent's likely violation of state laws on several occasions.

Her role as Board secretary and yet failing to comply with RCW 28A 645.020 on several occasions is very troublesome. It his her actions in regard to the NTN contract in which I believe she tampered with evidence and forged the 3-12-2010 NTN Action Report, that should have each of you and the Board as a body calling for an investigation by authorities into possible prosecution for misdemeanors and felonies.

If you fail to act on Wednesday, it will be apparent that you are intentionally not fulfilling your oath of office and need to be recalled.

I look forward to being informed of any action that you decide to pursue in this regard. I would also like to be informed if you decide against investigation of the Superintendent's frequent and sometimes very serious violations of state laws.


Danaher M. Dempsey, Jr.


My letter to KIRO's Dori Monson


This is just incredible. It has now become:

Will Seattle School Directors Ever Act?
or is it more Lessons in:
Oligarchy v. the Republic

It seems that public service in some respects has become doing a real number on the public.

Lying and forgery are just not a big deal when one is a public school official.

The reason for this is there are no apparent mechanisms to prosecute school officials that only lie and forge things.

You see the Attorney General usually defends the public officials against complaints.

HELP!!!! Apparently we are only the tax paying public and can be ignored by the rulers (pardon me I meant to say public servants).

-- Dan

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