UFCW Local 8 Lawyers leaving intimidating and harassing message on UFCW Local 8 members voice mail only a few days before that member is having major surgery. This was made to look like an attempt to contact me when the lawyers for UFCW Local 8 have my phone numbers instead they choose to call a relative phone number who is about to undergo major surgery and leave a message that may in fact be a violation of the State of California Bar Association Code of Ethics. This message was left on with the intent to cause great stress and mental anguish on the UFCW Local 8 member, UFCW knows this member was about to have surgery and this is "Standard Loveall harassment" that I have been witness to during Moore's employment under the Loveall's they did this before to Union Members and their family member just prior to medical operations and the Loveall's used "Bill Dolesta" at Valley Clerk to Red Flag UFCW employees, UFCW Members and their family members when ever pre-approval was needed for a operation the red flag on the person name would come up and Bill Dolesta at the Valley Clerks Trust fund would call or come over and provide the Loveall's with the "Medical Intel" on whom ever was about to undergo a medical operation UFCW 588 Business Representative Don Weinrich was one of these people who got harassed by the Loveall's after the confidential medical information was provide to the Loveall's about Don's condition and when and where he would get treatment and then the Loveall's placed called to interrupt the treatment as they knew Don was undergoing the treatment. Now here in this video you can see Davis Cowe and Bowe on the caller I.D. their phone number, the date 6-15-(2009) and the time of 9:09 a.m., this was the only message left and no other attempts to contact me in any way shape or form have happen. Moore has not and will not make any unlawful threats against the UFCW Local 8 Officers or Employees and what ever they are claiming is bogus and not from Moore. Moore had contacted UFCW International President Hansen's office and spoke with their legal representative and gave them this info, it is my belief that this message was: 1) An attempt to threaten, harass and intimidate a UFCW Local 8 member (as it was left on her voice mail) and the female member targeted is going into surgery. 2) A legal tactic created by Loveall in order to prevent Michael T. Moore from meeting with UFCW Local 8 and sorting out the merits of the Challenge of UFCW Local 8 & Local 1036, a Temporary Restraining Order would prevent more of attending meetings on behalf of the UFCW Local 8 active members he represents until 30 had elapsed and the order could be challenge in courts and forced to a dismissal. Moore would not be able to challenge to TRO until the court date 30 days after it was filed. 3) In the end a HOAX since as Moore waited at the court today 6-16-2009 at the address and time given and the Lawyers for UFCW Local 8 were a no-show. The person on the voice mail says he is Anthony Zepalla and he works for Davis Cowe and Bowe and that San Francisco Law firm's number is on the Caller I.D., but our calls & emails to the lawyer were ignore. This is a TOTAL WASTE OF UFCW LOCAL 8 UNION MEMBERS DUES MONEY!
Unions like the UFCW, AFM and other Locals officers who are corrupt like Jack & Jacques Loveall, former AFM Officer- convict Joe Benson all have in the past and Jacques in the present has used the "CRAZY" or "About to go Postal" card when they have to face Union members or employees of the Union exposing their corrupt union officers. Because it is the only defense for Union officers who steal from the union members and they have to say the people exposing them are crazy, unstable or nutz. So when you hear a Union Offical cry "He is crazy" or that they feel "Threaten" the truth is the bad guys are scared of being exposed. Jacques Loveall is trying to take -away my Free Speech and my Right to Own a firearm. To quote a former UFCW picket captian Randal (Scott) May "What a fine NAZIS additude he has" Jacques Loveall is anti-free speech and anti- bill of rights.
EEOC appeals the district court's order that was entered after the EEOC brought an enforcement action against Global Horizons, Inc. and others under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
On April 12, 2012, Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) voted against H.R. 1120; legislation that would effectively bring to a halt the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) by prohibiting the Board from carrying out any decision finalized after January 3, 2012. If this bill becomes law, it will invalidate more than 500 NLRB decisions, including a May 2012 decision to restore employer pension contributions for Oregon freight workers employed by Oak Harbor Freight lines. "This bill does real harm to hardworking men and women in my district and across the country, Bonamici said from the House floor. If politicians in Washington decide to stop enforcing laws designed to protect workers, middle-class families will be paying the price." In September of 2008, Oak Harbor Freight Lines announced it would no longer make required payments to the Oregon Warehouseman Trust, an employee pension and welfare trust, following a work stoppage during contract negotiations. In May 2012, a unanimous panel at the NLRB found that the company violated multiple sections of the National Labor Relations Act, and ordered the company to reimburse the Oregon Warehouseman Trust for the missed trust fund payments. The decision will be invalidated if H.R. 1120 becomes law. Proponents of H.R. 1120 argue that a recent decision by a three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals necessitates this legislation. In that case, Noel Canning v. NFIB, the court held that President Obama's recess appointments to the NLRB were unconstitutional, denying the NLRB the necessary quorum to conduct business. The decision, which is inconsistent with prior precedent and practice, is on appeal to the Supreme Court. The non-partisan Congressional Research Service found that the Noel Canning decision, if upheld, would also have justified the invalidation of 329 recess appointments made by Presidents, Reagan, both Bushes, and Clinton. The bill is opposed by the AFL-CIO, AFSCME, SEIU, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, International Association of Machinists, Airline Pilots Association International, Transportation Trades Department, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Building and Construction Trades Department, and United Steelworkers.
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Defendants appeal their sentences for bribery of a public official.