Skip to comments.Sacked MBTA punks back on the job (inc. child rape, assault)
Posted on 08/03/2011 4:42:33 AM PDT by Diogenesis
Sacked MBTA punks back on the job (includes drug use,
child rape, assault, and assault vs co-workers)
"The MBTA has been forced to rehire seven drivers and other key employees
after they were fired for offenses ranging from dozing at the wheel due to
drug use, child rape, and assaulting and making bizarre threats of violence
against co-workers - after bureaucratic arbitrators overturned their dismissals
News of arbitrators leniency toward public servants entrusted with passenger
safety has alarmed T crash victims, rider advocates and the pols
who oversee the regions sprawling transit system.
... Papapietro said he doesnt think anyone should have
to go through what he did
... It was the single most terrifying thing
Ive ever experienced,
... The arbitration records, from which the T redacted employee names, include
a bus driver arrested for attacking a co-worker at a Chelsea gas station
despite being warned to stay away from her colleague."
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
The depravity of bureaucratic liberalism marches on....
Let scumbags be scumbags!!
(so long as they fall into politically correct categories, have a strong union etc.)
A gubmint agency just begging to be defunded.
..... Speaking as a life-long resident of the Commonwealth, NOTHING is on the level in MA.
How do you go back to work if you are in prison? child rape??
What a great bunch of folks.
We really ought to throw them a sack party to show them how much we appreciate them.
Unions support child rapists!
We are becoming a society where actions have no consequences.
I don’t know how much longer we’re going to go down that road, but the turn-around will be sudden and ugly.
If I were you, I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for that turn-around.
It’s going to get a lot worse before it gets better.
These people have a built in protection.
I live 22 miles from Boston. I am proud, pleased, and relieved to state....
I have not been in the hell-hole for 17 years, and that one occasion was to visit a daughter at Brigham and Woman’s Hospital.
At least it was only a couple of city blocks inside the city.
But it is really TYPICAL of Taxachusetts.
Glad I don’t live in Boston.
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