Despite using false documents to sign a professional baseball contract, Florida Marlins closer Leo Nύñez will not face charges in the Dominican Republic authorities said.
Tuesday, Central Electoral Commission President Roberto Rosario urged other athletes in similar circumstances to contact authorities and help them identify whoever provides false documents.
In Nύñez case, Hector Pena Diaz is suspected to be the person that falsified the documents that was in Nύñez possession at the time Dominican authorities questioned him.
A person familiar with Nύñez’s immigration status told The Associated Press last week that his real name is “Juan Carlos Oviedo” and that he is 29, a year older than listed in the team media guide.
Nύñez is currently on the Major League Baseball’s restricted list.
To all the presidents of various unions respresenting employees, city, county, state and federal budget directors: Start your 2012-2013 Budget Now!
This is the second year in a row that the unions and various, city, county, state and federal entities had to concede to deep budget cuts. Let this serve as a lesson moving forward.
The days of ole, whereby everyone got what they wanted with little or no fanfare is over. The state of the economy in these United States is bleak at best and the present financial situation that most states find them selves in are here to stay for the foreseeable future.
It’s hard to rationalize or come to terms with the fact that today is as good as its going to get in terms of the financial stability of many governmental or state agencies. As tough as it will be mentally to accept, and it will be tough! you have to begin too take a hard look at your bottom line right now, today, and fine tune it so that there are no line items to question next fiscal year and yet have a list of possible cuts in place as a back-up plan should you need to reduce your budget and/or staff.
With more than 15 million job seekers still unemployed or underemployed, it would not be a hard stretch too say that things still could get a lot worse before it gets better. Remember, if you don’t offer solutions to resolving deficit shortfalls in your department, then that decision will be made for you.
Forget about the way things use to be and accept the way things are! As Suze Ormon so eloquently repeats again and again in her seminars, “Each one of us … Must stand in our own truth!” And the truth is every department is holding on to their employees by a “Wing and a Prayer!” But reality dictates that no matter how much you streamline and justify the bottom line, eventually, unless you receive an infusion of funds, you will have to displace some employees from their current positions.
If you are a director and you see that displacing employees is no longer a concept but will be a reality, advise that employee as soon as possible, so that the employee is able to restructure their finances to accommodate the loss of income.
Allow the employee to leave with dignity and a plan in place rather than tell everyone but the employee that they are going to be dismissed. The employees left behind will have a greater respect for you as a person and as a superior; otherwise the director comes across as a “spineless jellyfish” who hid behind the guise of “I had to release you because of the budget!” If you want respect, then you need to proceed respectfully! “Here’s hoping you make wise and unbiased decisions as you tackle the budget all over again.”
“When you find that one of your own has un-clean hands, what is your next move?” Do you proceed as though nothing happened?” or “Do you do the right thing and drop the charges with a stipulation that you will probably re-file in the near future?”
Investigating a murder case with unclean hands is a giant effort in futility. Prosecuting a murder case once you discover that someone in your camp has been less than forthcoming with the facts, is another story altogether. Whether you discover that you have forged documents in the beginning, middle or end of a trial, “what is the prosecutor’s obligation to the State of Florida and to the accused?”
And what are the consequences to the person or persons discovered with the un-clean hands? Along with what clear and concise laws or (zero tolerance) rules will you put in place moving forward to prevent this embarrassing and costly (to the court as well as the taxpayers) situation from ever repeating itself.
While In the course of investigating a murder suspect; the detective/investigator forms a relationship with the suspect’s spouse that subsequently develops into an affair, Ill respective of who initiated it, everything that the detective/ investigator touches’ moving forward is now tainted because of his/her elusive affair.
The “Appearance of Impropriety” is now indelibility linked to the detective/investigator and his/her actions. Then the “thought process of the jurors” are switched too “what does the detective/investigator have to gain by allegedly forging documents?” Once this is considered by the Jurors; it all but guarantee’s that “the accused will walk” via a verdict of “Not Guilty!” by the Jurors or at the very least a “Hung Jury!”
So, No! It’s not a mystery why the “Murder Case against David Superville was Dropped!”
For Once! … It’s an action based on Jurisprudence!
Loan Modification Denied by Saxon Mortgage Inc., or Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC/Class-Action Lawsuit Pending?
If you have tried without success to have your loan modified, only to be told that you did not qualify then click on the following link: Berger & Montague, P.C. Announces Class Action Lawsuit against Saxon Mortgage Services, Inc. and Ocwen Loan Servicing,LLC
If you believe that you have been improperly denied a permanent loan modification by Saxon Mortgage Services, Inc., or Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC after April 13, 2009, please contact plaintiffs’ counsel, Eric Lechtzin of Berger & Montague, P.C. at 888-891-2289 or 215-875-3038, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
A copy of the Complaint can be viewed on the firm’s website at http://www.bergermontague.com or may be requested from the Court. The docket number is 2:11-cv-13973-SFC-MJH.
We often read the newspaper and hear about young people who run afoul of the law. But what about the young people who are getting it right and making a positive impact on society?
I had the fortunate pleasure of meeting one such person today, while visiting McDonalds located at 4686 NW 183rd St. I went to McDonalds for a quick breakfast for my mother, since it is only about 5 minutes away from my mother’s home.
Upon entering, I noticed how clean the restaurant was and everyone sitting enjoying their breakfast appeared to be having a happy ole time. As I eased my way up to the cashier Patrick greeted me with a “May I take your order?”
I ask if he could give me a second and he promptly said, “Take your time!” I began to tell him that I was looking for something on the menu for my diabetic mother and too my surprise he knew the restrictions of someone who has diabetics. His quick bright smile, engaging personality and overall superior demeanor brighten my day and certainly made me want to come back again.
I confided in Patrick that I had been at that particular McDonalds before and the service was less than desirable but he certainly made up for that bad experience. Patrick is worthy of a shout-out and I think his boss should make him the new customer service trainer for McDonalds. I can’t say that this is my normal experience at McDonalds but on today. 09/19/2011, Patrick got it right!
The public needs to let the various establishments know when their employees get it right. It makes the employee feel that his or her work is appreciated and is good public relations for the company. Next time you go to McDonalds at 4686 NW 183rd Street, Miami Gardens, ask for Patrick and tell him that I read about you on the internet and encourage him to keep up the good work because you never know will be just passing through and I’m sure he’ll flash you that winning smile of his before he ask you, “May I take your order?” Patrick, I can see that you’re going places. Good luck to you in your future endeavors!
New Frontier Lounge located at 5757 NW 27th Avenue in Miami appeared to be shooting a scene from the “Wild Wild West TV Series,” one of the old cowboy classics from the old days, almost always has a scene where two men would reach for their guns at the same time, sometimes they would be inside the bar and sometimes they would be shooting their way out of the bar, of course, it was just a TV show for entertainment and no one really gets hurt.
Fast forward to 2011, practically everyone you encounter is armed with one finger on the trigger. Mayhem is subject to break out over something as trivial as “looking at someone the wrong way” or “accidentally bumping into someone in a crowded lounge.” If you don’t say “excuse me quickly enough,” you might end up on the floor with a bullet in your gut or worse, dead.
Unfortunately, when you hear on the news that someone got shot or killed in today’s time, you barely raise an eyebrow unless the person is related to you. It appears that you become numb as a way of dealing with the latest incident of violence.
And the old familiar questions are asked once again. When will the violence end and when will a human life become more valuable than an incidental happenstance? As we continue to place the dead in body bags and transport the injured to Ryder Trauma Center.
Why has violence become such a way of life and why has the community accepted such behavior in this new millennium? Have we lost our way as a civilized society; and life as we once held so precious an sacred, now have no real value in the eyes of modern man?
Where are the rally cries and calls for peace from the community leaders, neighboring businesses and homeowners? Once again, the question remains, “have we lost our way as a civilized society?”
Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act), employees may file complaints with OSHA if they believe that they have experienced discrimination or retaliation for exercising any right afforded by the OSH Act, such as complaining to the employer union, OSHA, or any other government agency about workplace safety or health hazards; or for participating in OSHA inspection conferences, hearings, or other OSHA-related activities.
Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito case should prove to be very interesting as he is accusing his employer of the very same thing that his subordinate’s, Assistant Chief Roy Brown, and Commander Jose Perez,is accusing him of.
Chief Exposito can not hide behind the “Whistleblower Protection Act,” while at the same time allegedly violating someone else’s rights. “You can’t put your foot on my neck while at the same time screaming to others to get their foot off of your neck!” and expect the same or similar scenario’s to have different results.
“Someone’s foot on your neck or your foot on someone else’s neck, anybody’s neck is against the law!” The word “Law” requires everyone to be treated equally, unless “there is a law for you and a different law for everyone else!”
Power and Politics are strange bedfellows that are often intertwined with outcomes like a spider weaving a web for his next victim. Sometimes the victim is caught in the web and sometimes the spider becomes entangled in his own creation having to rely on the mercy of others to free him from his own trap.
What does the ole saying, “Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive” mean? It means that we make things difficult and complicated when we deceive others.
“Lies cost a lot to maintain, the “Truth is Free!” The truth will always walk down a lie every time …. It just takes longer. That’s why its imperative to “stand in your truth!”
As always! This is intermission time: You have half an hour to take a bathroom break and refresh your snacks! But hurry back to your seats, you don’t want to miss Act ɪɪɪ.
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