LA Times reporter Paul Pringle took another bite out of corruption at another SEIU California local today. Here’s his latest.
As a manager for a nonprofit, I find the corruption charges and self-dealing accusations truly remarkable.The allegations involve the core no-nos of nonprofit management — no excessive benefits or compensation, no self-dealing by managers, no business relationships involving relatives that could constitute a conflict of interest.
Mr. Pringle took down a similar self-dealing arrangement by a now deposed SEIU union head in Los Angeles. Looks like another head may roll. Will all these trails lead the FBI back to the door step of Uber SEIU International leader Andy Stern? Stay tuned, inquiring minds want to know.