#MeToo Fails Falsely Accused State Employees in Jerry Brown’s Corrupt CA

canadafreepress.com | 8/7/2018 | Katy Grimes
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The failure of the #MeToo movement to offer any sincere or legitimate help to women who have actually been sexually harassed is California Legislature with the many harassers who are still employed. In Gov. Jerry Brown’s California, the tail is wagging the dog in state employment, helped along with gross media complicity.

Case-in-Point: A state employee falsely accused of harassment by disgruntled subordinates was never allowed his day in court on any of the charges, yet the state paid off one of his accusers $276,500, and two others $841,500. He was exonerated in all three cases, so why did the state make the settlements?

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The State of California does nothing to protect the falsely accused, while the state Attorney General drags the cases out, racking up huge legal fees, all to wear down the accused. Does this sound familiar in this age of corruption at the highest levels of the Department of Justice and FBI?

“They run-up the dollars, and then it’s time to settle,” accused state labor relations mediator Dennis Kellogg said. “There’s nothing in place to protect the accused; the accuser is always right.”

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“The scales of justice are aborted,” he added.

California state government is a toxic culture of corruption, fear and retaliation, where rotten employees are protected, and good ones are targeted for a myriad of issues including retaliation for daring to blow the whistle.

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Political corruption is the use of powers by government officials for illegitimate private gain. Throughout California state government and its published a nasty hit piece on Dennis Kellogg, a 30-year state employee. The Bee made it appear that Kellogg was also a 30-year harasser, who had been rewarded and promoted multiple times.

Veteran Sacramento Bee writer and Pulitzer Prize recipient Marjie Lundstrom, who has been around long enough to know better, titled the piece, “sexual harassment and retaliation.”...
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