|Disgraced former president & Bilello |
assistant, I read the Bylaws.
"It was a mistake, I made a mistake, I didn't know," no one in my administration told me that the Bylaws state the delegate body decides all questions of allocation of trust fund monies.
Three words for ya Mikey....Idiot, Imbecile, Moron. So which one are you?
Your boy Lebo signed on to the response to the Restructuring Plan submitted to the honorable Judge Berman's court nearly two years ago on July 1, 2011.
In it cases were discussed citing ignorance of the law not being a plausible excuse. In the instant matter relative to your malfeasance in office, your actions remain criminal, so you better lawyer up dumb-ass.
No one in my administration told me....The dog ate my homework, wah, wah - boo-hoo. Too damn bad.
Lead, follow or get the hell out of the way - remember that one Mikey? You are unfit to lead anyone, bottom line. You don't have the smarts to out-wit the R.O. nor the foresight to see how he has used you, notwithstanding the fact that he has done your homework for you for the last 3-years....wink, wink. Your quid-pro-quo deal has blown up in your face and his, exposing the two of you for the sham's you've been before the honorable Court, before Judge Richard M. Berman.
Time to Pension out & run buddy. Call Pete Thomassen and he'll fill you in on how to stay out of jail. Sorry, I meant Club Fed".
John's note: The former disgraced president and highly paid Bilello assistant, William S. Lebo, also submitted this letter to the RO. Lebo was vetoed in September 2012, the decision to allocate the Hoist raise was made in June 2012.
Dear Dennis: I have read through the draft of the proposed bylaws that the UBC has submitted to you. I thank you for this opportunity to comment on said proposal.
My first reaction to these bylaws was one of disbelief and anger.I realized after reading them that there was a distinct lack of the protections, discussed by the UBC’s attorney Kenneth Conboy, at the April 6 th 2011 status conference with Judge Berman. There was absolutely none of the transparency also discussed. I would have thought Judge Berman was quite clear that he considered “openess”, or in other words, transparency, to be a virtue. I’m sure, you also feel,that transparency is also key to an open, honest, and corruption free NYCDCC, as do I.
To accomplish this, all delegate meetings must be documented accurately, and all of this documentation should be disseminated to the membership so that they might know whether or not their delegates are doing the job they expect them to do. Also, as you have discussed at meetings with the membership, the voting by the delegates must also be recorded and documented for dissemination to the membership for the same reasons. There is none of this mentioned anywhere in the UBC’s draft of the bylaws. I find this to be disgraceful, as well as, an insult, to you, the members of this union and to the Court. I would go a step further and document all executive committee meetings as well.I believe, this all must be done before any bylaw submission can be accepted, or we will end up with the same criminal activities that we have lived with since the inception of the NYCDCC.
There are other issues I have with this draft, such as, the complete and utter lack of membership participation. As I have stated in the submission in support of the Bilello Motion submitted to the Court, the NYCDCC is not an, “intermediate body”, it is a “local labor organization” and therefore has to be held to the LMRDA’s rules for a local union.
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