Sunday, November 7, 2010

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WORD is...Dennis Sheil, the former "Unity Team" partner has quit the UBC. Sources say the former vice president of the New York City District Council of Carpenters and Local 1536 member is attempting to avoid being charged internally by our new Inspector General, Scott Danielson. Danielson has now brought internal union disciplinary charges against ALL defendants in the August 2009 indictment. Sheil's lawyer has advised him if you do not belong to the union you cannot be charged by the union.

Page Six reported on November 20, 2009 that the federal government wanted to ask the former veep a few questions, Sheil however was not in the talking mood, he advised his lawyers that he would have to plead the fifth if questioned. Sheil retired on December 31 2009.

5 comments:

  1. Sounds like unity team is now playing defense. New concept for sure.

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  2. is he giving up the UBC pension? The Rat Pack...

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  3. this is a GREAT example of what is wrong with this union. On November 2009 our VP takes the fifth, refuses to answer questions. He is ALLOWED to retired with accolades! $16K ATV and a carpenter magazine article THANKING for his service on DECEMBER 2009. WHY? Sheil and Thomanssen should had a bunch of angry union men at every exit of the 395 hudson DEMANDING answers. These big shots would had shit in their pants. But that's not how we operate. We bend over for these rats and bring the jar of vaseline and then shake their hands after they fucked us.....with a smile. What is Dennis sweating On Par grivances and other corrupt contractors?

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  4. SPENCE LET HIM AVOID & EVADE.
    SEEMS THE ROAD HAS RUN OUT D. SHIEL. I'LL COME TO YOUR SENTENCING TOO.

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  5. dennis sheil is a rat piece of vermin who filled his wallet with the contract he gave gilbert displays and cut the throat of every shop worker in local 2090 i hope you become terminally ill and die a slow and painful death families are going to lose homes over this

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