Monday, February 08, 2010

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) to be updated of DLSE/DIRt abuses

Bloggers' Rights at EFF

The EFF will soon be updated as to the abuse the DLSE inflicted by terminating the blogger for having the blog. Of course, DIRt legal scumbags like Vanessa Whore-ton and Tony Mischel will need a real big strategy session after having visited the case law on EFF's website.
Once legal guru Mark Rosen pierces through Whore-ton's and Badstreet's false veil of "terminated for cause," they are gonna look really liable for losing (even) more money that belongs to the California taxpayer. Whore-ton & Badstreet are experts when it comes to suppressing the illegalities of DIRt management, but they are infantile morons when it comes to doing the right thing to a protected public servant Whistleblower that continued to divulge DLSE Fraud, Waste & Abuse as a state employee.

17 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

DIRt's termination w/o a clue is dished out for those who don't kiss-cater WHOREton's/BADstreet's DIRty skanky-ugly asses, all right?

2/09/2010 2:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brethren, you may have heard the U of Tenn. is contemplating naming a sewage plant after the new USC football coach 'cuz he quit UT after one year as its coach, and after generating lots of bad, ill will in the SEC. Well, I have an idea about Susan 'mummy-in-the-sack' Nakagama - I am naming each large piece of turd when I heave ho about 5 to 6 times a day "Susan Nakagama". The little turds are named " King 'VietCong' Cheung ". Assholes; eat your own shit".

2/11/2010 1:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nakagama hired David Egawa, remember? She always had that tinge towards hiring orientals.

2/11/2010 8:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim Culbeaux robs the State, as we blog, he's planning the next heist.

2/11/2010 11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice article. I would love to follow you on twitter.

2/15/2010 6:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

DEAR BLOGGER: evil (crazy!) people are using your blog to load up their crazy ads here, so remove them asap, esp. w/ the last 3 unsolicited spam ads posted here...

2/22/2010 4:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim Culbeaux and Dean Fryer suck cock to move up the ladder at DIRt. They rob the taxpayers, commit fraud and get paid to do it. Absolutely Insane.

2/23/2010 12:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

very much like their skanky counterparts, aka vEnessa IMA WHOREton & ANGLE BADstreet, doncha think?

2/23/2010 5:47 PM  
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2/25/2010 1:05 PM  
Anonymous heliocen@hotmail.com said...

I’m still awaiting my appeal to a retaliation case decision from DIR Duncan that I sent and was accepted last November (actually since June 2006). I will post the results if it ever comes. In the meantime, I thought your readers might find this of interest.
This is from the DLSE 2007 RETALIATION COMPLAINT REPORT
(LABOR CODE §98.75), which can be read at http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/DLSEReports.htm . In what might be a typical year in 2007, the Division received 2,535 retaliation complaints. Of those, 1,184 were accepted for investigation. So let us assume that’s about average. Of all those thousands of retaliation complaints that continued into 2007 and then were decided that year:
“…Of the 129 Determinations issued, 16 of them were in favor of the complainant (employee), and 113 were dismissed. Of the 16 Determinations in favor of the complainant, none of the employers complied with the Determination. As of the end of calendar year 2007, the status of these 16 determinations for employees were as follows: 9 were appealed to the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations and awaiting a final decision; 4 were pending the expiration of the appeal period; 2 were referred to the DLSE Legal Section to enforce the Labor Commissioner’s finding of retaliation; and, 1 was abandoned by the employee. Settlements are pending in the two Determinations referred to the DLSE Legal Section.”
So let’s look at the scorecard. Of the thousands of retaliation cases rejected, accepted and decided in 2007, absolutely zero was concluded in favor of the employee. As far as due diligence goes, the DLSE, by their own record, shows extreme prejudices in favor of employers. There is no other reasonable conclusion but that the DLSE/DIR have an axe to grind and not only against their own employees but against employees in general.

2/27/2010 8:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fuck DIRt. I would'nt be surprised if employees have to take matters into their own hands to get justice.

2/28/2010 10:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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3/02/2010 6:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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3/04/2010 11:28 AM  
Anonymous heliocen@hotmail.com said...

Now let’s look at the 2008 RETALIATION COMPLAINT REPORT
(LABOR CODE §98.75). Similarly, of the 2,641 retaliation complaints, 1,122 were accepted for
investigation. To quote from this report, “Of the 224
Determinations issued, 24 were in favor of the
complainant (employee), and 200 were dismissed. Of the
24 Determinations in favor of the complainant, 2 of the
employers complied with the Determinations. As of the
end of calendar year 2008, the status of the remaining
22 Determinations in favor of employees were as
follows: 12 were appealed to the Director of the
Department of Industrial Relations; 7 were referred to
the DLSE Legal Section to enforce the Labor
Commissioner’s finding of retaliation; and 3 are
pending referral to the DLSE Legal Section.” So let’s
look again at the scorecard. Of the thousands of
retaliation cases rejected, accepted and decided into
2008, only 2 were concluded in favor of the employee
that year. I guess we can assume those were the two
pending settlements from 2007. So extrapolating from
this assumption, there were zero 2008 determinations or
settlements concluded in favor of the employee that
year. So what happened to the 9 that employers appealed
to the DIR Director in 2007 as well as the “4 [who]
were pending”? Since Code 98.7 instructs the DIR
director to issue a decision within 10 days, I’d assume
all 13 of them were reversed in favor of the employer
since none of them were included in the 2008 report.
So statistically with those two years, that gives an employee something like a 1 in 2500 shot of prevailing with a retaliation claim at this labor commission. If you look online at the report’s data sheets, most of these retaliation claims were under code 98.6, where the employee claimed that he was retaliated against for filing a complaint at the labor commission. So I’d think the motive factor for these retaliation claims would have to be determined by an investigator based on the strength of these wage labor claims that the employee filed as in my cases. So does an employee have the same 1 in 2500 shot of prevailing with wage labor claims for lost wages, breaks, overtime, etc.? Unfortunately, I could not find DLSE reports for wage claims.

But from my experience with the DIR/DLSE, where I personally witnessed their acceptance of fraudulent evidence as factual evidence by the employer with both my claims; a hearing officer bogusly denied a subpoena order that supported my claims and then she reinvented the testimony of the defendant and their submitted evidence in her determination; the DIR/DLSE, in complete contempt of the Public Records Act, refused to investigate the alleged tampering by a hearing officer of the recorded hearing that was used at her misconduct investigation; the a DLSE officer who purposely held
up the wage claim check I was awarded because I made
a complaint of misconduct against this hearing officer,
etc., I’d say those are at best an employee’s odds of being compensated with his wage claims at this corrupt labor commission.

3/04/2010 12:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And Jim Culbeaux continues to rob the taxpayers of millions.

3/08/2010 12:04 AM  
Anonymous heliocen@hotmail.com said...

Dear DLSE/DIR cowards and hypocrites;
I believe I am a threat in the sense that I wish people who are employed by you to spill the beans and expose your utter contempt for employees. This speaks directly to your sense of cowardice that people like me and the blogger might just make your institutions honest. Though the blogger and I have completely different verbal etiquette approaches, I believe our goals are the same: the complete exposure of people like you who act like “Aryans” to “mud people”, Nazis to “kikes”, etc. as you do to employees. And you are cowards because you genuflect to every asshole lawyer who represents a business at the expense of honest employees whom you deceive into thinking that they can receive justice at the DLSE and DIR. Admit it, you are a big asinine front for businesses because you quiver at the knees for your job if you take on the interests of honest adjudication if you still know or ever knew in your corrupt practices what that is. That is why there is a 1 in 2500 or more odds against an employee if they make a claim of retaliation. That is why you pathetically resort to spamming at this website when I expose your corrupt practices. You are too chicken-shit to give an honest response or identify yourselves to my charges. There is no bottom to what you would resort to is there? If there is an honest reply I dare you to stand up for these institutions and identify yourself! That is my challenge that I know you will fail because you are cowards and hypocrites.

3/11/2010 5:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So much money has been spent to defeat the blogger...... maybe some of the funds should be used to check other state departments and their employee abuse of time... i.e. time=money......
Certain DGS employee who is a supervisor (Andre shall remain nameless) has spent countless hours in the past carrying on an affair with a woman in his Santa Ana building. 100's of emails back and forth using state email account and state paid time as well as meeting in stair wells to carry on sorrid affair during all different times of the day. Was caught by his wife, had to end that but now spends work time checking his facebook account and planning meetings with his "men's group" trying to become a new and changed man. Talk about a huge waste in the tax payers money..... maybe the state bloodhounds should leave the blogger alone and start checking other departments to find the fraud, waste and abuse!!!

3/11/2010 10:59 PM  

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