Monday, October 25, 2010

Why the houses of Gomez, Calva & Bradstreet will be subject to liens just like Almaraz when the blogger is returned to work....

1) The SPB is much like a corporate HR department: SPB is to protect the state, ergo the Dept. of Industrial Retaliation, ergo DLSE. The SPB is not there for the state employee, but if they go out of their way to protect DIRt, then the appeal is that much quicker, and the punitive damages greater.
2) These idiots had their chance to settle, they had their chance to put this down with non-disclosure agreements, and now they will experience the very public internet. Forever will public moron servants California Labor Commissioner Angela Bradstreet, Regional Manager Abigail Calva, and Deputy Labor Commissioner III Jorge Gomez be "googled." Those other idiots, Vanessa 'homewrecker whoreton' Holton, Anthony Mischel & Christopher Frick will just be the 3rd-rate legal paper pushers; it's not like they're gonna go into private practice anytime soon, and after 'googling' their names, what law firm would ever hire them? The other special-needs attorneys, Robert Jones & Richard Muñoz, are already forever googled once their resume pops up. It will be a quick connect between this blog & attorney BAR numbers.
3) The $2 million-dollar lawsuit Rosen filed is still out there, waiting for the SPB to adjudicate this to Superior Court, then Appeals Court, then Supreme Court. Everyday we get closer. Bradstreet was very dumb not to settle this, but she gonna learn the hard way, when I'm forcibly reinstated, just like Olga Garau (who might testify at the blogger's trial...can't wait!). I want my job back and I cannot wait to go back to Jorge Gomez, Abby Calva & Angela Bradstreet!
Why the Blogger will prevail:
A) Case Law
1) Kirchmann v. Lake Elsinore Unified School District
2) Garcetti v. Ceballos
3) Pickering v. Board of Education
4) Desert Palace v. Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins
5) Gordon v. Superior Court
6) Zurcher v. Stanford Daily
7) Connick v. Myers
8) State Board of Chiropractic Examiners v. Superior Court
9) Rojo v. Kliger
10) Miklosky v. Regents
11) Roby v. McKesson Corp.
12) Ruiz v. Campbell
13) O'Grady v. Superior Court
B) Rights under the law:
1) 1st Amendment of the US Constitution
2) 14th Amendment of the US Constitution
3) Article 1, Section 1 of the California Constitution (right of privacy)
4) Article 1, Section 2 of the California Constitution (right of speech)
5) The California Reporter's Shield
6) The Brown Act
7) The California Public Records Act
8) The California Whistleblower Act (Labor Code § 1102.5)

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Trial now delayed until 1st week of Feb, 2011, then resumes 3rd week of May, 2011.....I just read Rosen's pre-trial brief and DLSE is in huge trouble!

I will be very surprised if Jorge Gomez makes it through this trial without losing all of his hair. He, Calva & Bradstreet are still on the hook-each individually liable for what they did to me...and that is not going away anytime soon. Gomez is done, Calva is done, but most important of all, California Labor Commissioner Angela Bradstreet is done. Rosen's gonna teach her the hard way about employee relations, and when I'm given the green will be public & unrelenting.
Make no mistake, the California State Personnel Board (SPB) is NOT here for the employee, but to protect its employer, the State of California. I have no doubt that the SPB will decide everything they can in DIRt's favor and deny Rosen everything he requests. All we will be doing is laying the foundation for a very successful appeal. Justice will not be served until it is returned to a real court, and that's where this is going. The Kangaroo Court called SPB should save itself the time & expense and just give us a Right To Sue letter, just like what DFEH does.
DIRt attorneys Tony Mischel & Chris Frick don't have the IQ points to understand that I will see this to the end. Not only is their case weak, but previous case law is 100% behind's something called the US Constitution, and there's this other thing called Res Adjudicada-that thing which has already been judged.
In the words of Sun Tsu, this battle's over before it started.