Forensic Audit Uncovers Embezzlement -- School Supt Arrested Schools & Kids, posted by Busted, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jun 19, 2012 at 12:53 am
Almanac News, Embarcadero Publishing's peninsula newspaper, along with the Mercury News is reporting a District superintendent was just arrested for using a District solar panel disbursing fund to actually use district money to fund renovations for his personal home.
These make very interesting reading as to how money can quickly disappear until uncovered by a forensic audit.
Posted by Repulsed, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jun 19, 2012 at 9:22 am
This is about the lowest form of theft ! He needs to suffer pain and humiliation ! Sadly, scum that would steal from schools to spend on his HOUSE is probably beyond being humiliated. Ickky, yuk ! Parents should be able to line up and spit on him.
Posted by Arnold, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jun 20, 2012 at 7:45 am
Another ugly episode in the thoroughgoing corruption of our public school teachers and administrators. But actually, this mere tip of the iceberg fails to reveal the churnings at the bottom of the ocean floor that threaten to overwealm us. What can be learned from this? First, we cannot count on government to police itself. Why? Because public workers are unionized and receive gargantuan pensions that entirely eclipse those (e.g., CEO's) who toil in the private sector. Second, we must acknowledge that this spittable offense (nice one, Repulsed!) pales in comparison with how kindergarten teachers have been systematically bilking the tax paying public with their exorbitant salaries and pensions. The iceberg is nothing but a ruse. Behind it are swirling winds around worried men and women who feel they are at the mercy of the swelling ranks of the elitist educational class. Why? Someone needs to answer my question. Time is running short!
Posted by Oh, Arnold, a resident of the Ruby Hill neighborhood, on Jun 20, 2012 at 8:03 am
Oh Arnold, you really need to become a teacher to understand the system. It sounds like you are describing big banks and obviously have no clue. Public Workers pensions eclipsing those of CEOs? You have writing skills, but lack fundamental knowledge.