This is where we'll announce the most recent additions
to our unbiased reporting of corruption and undemocratic
practices in The Connecticut Laborers District Council
where Coia crony , Charlie LeConche,
stifles legitimate dissent
and has reformers beaten up (Manos).
Published IHO Vaira's
Feb.10, 1999 Order and Memorandum resulting
from Manos's June 1998 election protest against
Coia crony, Charlie "Kingfish"
LeConche, the uncouth, uncultured, uneducated
lout who despotically tyrannizes Connecticut
laborers and stifles
- 99/01/27 Added Charlie
leConche's pathetic letter to crony Sabitoni alleging
Ron Nobili was trying to provoke a confrontration
when Ron is just trying to aviod getting beat up
again by LeConche thugs.
99/01/27 Nobili letter to Coia
lapdog, Armand Sabitoni
99/01/15 Nobili letter to LeConche's
lawyer on Charlie's "hypocondriacal" state of
Charlie " Kingfish" LeConche,
otherwise known as the "Bully" , suffered
medical complications when Labor 'Hero" Ron Nobili banged his
fist on a table when emphasizing the need for honest
union leadership. See LeConche's lamebrain attorney's letter to Ron
Nobili. Send Charlie a get well card, some courage,
and a brain to his attorney, Patrick Tomasiewicz of
Fazzano, Tomasiewicz, & Dewey, LLC, formerly referred
to as Dewey, Cheathem & Howe.
- LeConche threatens
Nobili despite congressional
admonition not to retaliate. DOJ watches
conspiracy unfold. Luskin does nothing. Gow not
- Laborers for JUSTICE Establishes Internet
- See the press release for
Wall Manos petition for Writ of Mandamus
on Acting Chief Of the U.S. Department of Justice and
LIUNA GEB Attorney, Robert D. Luskin
- See the Petition for
Mandamus for more details.
Congressional Bill to
amend LMRDA to require election of District
Council Officers by rank and file, a bill that
needs the support of all rank and file of every
Proposed bill to
require unions to provide copies of local's
membership list before elections.
These are the press releases we've issued over the
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