|How much awareness of guilt can be found in this letter from California
Teachers Association? Quite a bit.
|Teacher union leaders appear to be chosen for their willingness to do what they're
told. In fact, Jim Groth, longtime CVE leader, was chosen in 2007 as a member of
the statewide CTA Board of Directors, apparently in appreciation for his loyal
support to CTA Executive Director Carolyn Doggett and her lawyers Beverly
Tucker and Michael Hersh and their course of action that required multiple
violations of law. The State of California holds CTA immune from unfair labor
practice charges for unequal representation.
|Beverly Tucker and Michael Hersh, CTA lawyers,
keep CVE board members under tight control
|"The deposition notice
seeks to depose Gina
matters related to her
activities as the CVE
President. I have notified
the defendant's counsel
that the deposition
notice cannot ...
of any documents
deposition did not
occur until 2004,
at which time
not to answer any
or CVE actions
|It is obvious from the document below and other documents that CTA tells CVE
(Chula Vista Educators) what to do. Chula Vista Directors were not given
documents of this case and asked how they wanted to proceed. Instead, they were
asked to rubber-stamp the actions of CTA lawyers, and to approve and cover up
multiple and continuous violations of law.
|"...As a former union
officer myself..." [is it
any wonder that the
Hersh described in
his imaginative letter
never took place?
Oct. 14, 2004
|Did CTA and its lawyers commit felony obstruction of justice against
a CTA member?
No other explanation makes sense.
|"I have been provided with a copy of a deposition notice you apparently served upon
the defendant in the above action. The deposition notice seeks to depose Gina Boyd,
the President of the CVE concerning matters related to her activities as the CVE
President. I have notified the defendant's counsel that the deposition notice served
upon the defendant cannot compel the deposition of President Boyd with regard to
activities outside of her employment by the defendant [CVE was claiming that Boyd's
employer was Chula Vista Elementary School District when Boyd was on leave from
the district to work as president of Chula Vista Educators], nor require
disclosure of any documents created or maintained
|The middle paragraph of the above document pretends that CVE
President Gina Boyd has a right to cover up all her activities as CVE
See explanation below
|Mr. Hersh and his boss, CTA head counsel Beverly Tucker, clearly
feel that they are above the law. When CTA became a defendant in
the case, CTA continued to maintain that no subpoena could compel
any teachers union employee to testify about the union.