Sunday, September 07, 2008

What cost the taxpayers $80,000+ that could have cost them nothing?

I am legally allowed to type whatever I want to type when I'm not working. If I want to sit naked, put a red ball on my nose, and type about how DLSE supervisor Diana Chen is a pro-Chinese racist and it is this racsism that hurts DLSE's service to the public, then that's what I'll do.
Lupe Almaraz, John Duncan, Angela Bradstreet, Anthony Mischel, Victoria Bradshaw, Denise Padres, and Robert Jones have ZERO legal recourse to prevent me from exposing their rascism, fraud, waste, and abuse. But of course, you cannot tell an arrogant, piece-of-crap attorney like Duncan or Bradshaw what they can & cannot do, because they know it all and they are not playing with their money; they are playing with the taxpayer's money.
In their legal wisdom, they fired me after the judge's decision. My attorney is personally-naming Jorge Gomez, Denise Padres, and Angela Bradstreet in the whistleblowing and retaliation lawsuit because they should have never fired me. Unfortunately for the taxpayers, who are concurrently suffering from the state budget crisis, they will need to endure more fiduciary irresponsibility from DLSE attorneys.
The Feces 10 has proven to the courts that they cannot fix their own problems, they have proven to the public that they are dumber than most labor law violators, and they will give me yet another opportunity to show them for who they truly are.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

How will the DLSE a-holes explain that your termination had nothing to do with your constitutionally protected blog? I remember that Diana Chen drama. She hired another Chinese female who speaks no Spanish for the Santa Ana office, which is almost all Spanish. Which DLSE manager approved Diana's decision, the other DLSE Asian manager, Susan Nakagama?

I can't wait for these idiots to allow this to get to trial. If I know the blogger, then he won't accept any dollar amount to settle. He'll want his day in the courts, and he'll want to go right back to Santa Ana with full back pay so he can send Jorge, Abby, Denise, and Angela his message.

Yup, it will take a couple years, but if the blogger can wait 2.25 years to settle his blog lawsuit, then I'm sure he can wait for his termination appeal and whistleblowing/retaliation lawsuit.

9/07/2008 6:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just to let the public know that the government refers to a check as a warrant and if you will enlarge the document the BLOGER has posted on this edition of his blog you will see a warrant made out to the Chris Lotts' attorney (the Department of Industrial Relations refers to his attorney as a vendor, what a joke that is.) for $80,247.33. This is 80 thousand dollars totally wasted. This is 80 thousand dollars that could have been used for multitude of good uses. It never ceases to amaze me that the management of the DIR continues to treat public funds like they were confetti. They just don't care. The little Hover Commission should do a public records act request for the warrants that were paid out for CMS. The Professional employees for the DIR haven't had a raise since the Davis Administration and our management is throwing money in the wind. Congratulations Lotts, job well done. These people make me sick.

9/07/2008 7:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It wasn't Lotts that did a job well done; Lotts only wanted to be left alone.

The manangement and attorney assholes at DIRt/DLSE wanted a fight and were too stupid to walk away from a losing fight. These idiots must be the only assholes in state service that fight losing battles.

I can't wait for these idiots to lose again to the blogger; they are just that stupid to lose another fight to him, but it really sucks that the taxpayers will be on the hook, again.

It's too bad that Bradstreet, Padres, and Gomez can't sign some legal document and absolve the taxpayers from the mess they created and only make themselves personally liable for their own retaliation, harassment, and discrimination.

How fast would this settle if those assholes used their own funds and not the taxpayers' funds? GET RID OF THIS AGENCY THAT SPENDS MONEY ON THIS CRAPOLA AND CMS; LABOR LAW ENFORCEMENT IS A JOKE IN CALIFORNIA

9/07/2008 10:29 AM  
Anonymous Curious George said...

I'm really wondering how the DIR got this check issued. The state has no budget, yet the DIR somehow approves a payment of this size? What kind of monkey business is their accounting department up to- at the direction of upper managment?? This agency is totally disgusting, especially since their actions caused the blogger's legal bill to increase exponentially over the years by continuing to violate his constitutional rights. Then they delayed, delayed and delayed, even after the judge ordered the DIR to pay his legal fees. He should have asked for damages, and they should have had to pay him interest.

9/07/2008 8:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unbelievable with this budget crisis they are able to issue this check? Will somebody please e-mail this to Mr. Peralta so that he can start his own investigation regarding this payment.

9/08/2008 7:58 PM  
Anonymous Chippy said...

It really makes one wonder how this 'expense' paid to a 'vendor' was factored into DIR's annual budget. Do they really plan to make payments for legal fees in excess of $80K on an annual basis that it becomes a fixed, reoccurring cost? Or did they pull the money from some other legitimate line item in their annual budget? Either way, it is unacceptable- an agency shouldn't be allowed to operate under the assumption that they are going to screw up and have to pay someone off and other necessary expenses (like equiptment, training , etc) should not be sacrificed because management can't function properly.

9/08/2008 8:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If everyone here calls their local News Stations and asks them to report on how the Governor is contemplating paying the Federal minimum wage to us state workers while he has money to burn on lawsuits caused by discrimination, harassment, fraud and mis-management, we will see things start to improve.

9/09/2008 2:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"arrogant, piece-of-crap attorney like Duncan" i working here at dir and know this to be true. a very racist asshole man.

9/11/2008 8:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

John Dumpin' is just another rich white man, republican votin, stick it up the backside who ain't rich and white and payin his checks.

This jackass gives 2 shits about minorities earning below minimum wage, he only cares about protecting the rich white corporations that suck up to Gov. Assinator

9/12/2008 9:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A cost of having corrective action taken, a followup successful criminal prosecution by US Attorney in People vs. Susan Masako Nakagama.

1/12/2010 12:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chris,

There needs to be a wider magnitude of washing away contamination at DLSE. That includes adding sups. as named defendants. They got in by the current system of inhouse networking. More DIR personnel should be named as defendants. BOFE and WCA sups. in Long Beach, Santa Ana, Van Nuys certainly should be included. Reach may have to go into San Francisco Bay Area as Susan Nakagama had influenced hiring in the Bay Area as well. There are non-sup. personnel who are "fencing" audit programs and personnel bios. Showing the wide magnitude of DIR corruption at your civil trial may move US Attorney to take criminal action. Individuals must be held accountable until there is a cleansing of DIR and as a warning to those who are laying in wait to do likewise at some future date. Once they are ferreted out a strong commissioner must be appointed, preferably by the court such as a retired judge, to oversee the wash just as it happened to LAPD. Chris, offer evidence that is wide and deep; good hunting kid.

1/14/2010 1:58 AM  

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