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Re: THE CEMENT (CONCRETE) LEAGUE & ALJ Greens 5-21-15 Decision & the NLRB Boards 2-16-16 Decision & Order; EXCLUSIVE NYCDCC Hiring Hall, the HARTE, McMURRAY & CLARKE legacy vs. 50-50%, 67-33% & 90%-10% vs. the McCarron, Walsh, Berman & Torrance Conversion of the BLUE CARD to the WHITE CARD 8(f) to illegal 9(a) Agreement w/o Proof or the req'd. NLRB Board Election
— by Ted Ted
13 MR. CLARKE: I don't have to tell you my name, Gene 14 Clarke.

15 I'd like to say, first of all, everything that's said 16 is wonderful. Only one thing. The membership has no dental 17 and it has no eyeglass prescription. They're paying all these 18 bills. These people get salaries that are outrageous. They 19 just keep on dumping on the membership. The membership is 20 getting nothing. They're getting not a dime out of this. They 21 just keep on losing benefits. All right. Kind of dirty. 22 I'd like to talk to you about the trusteeship of the 23 New York City district council, how it was about. 24 Fred Devine and myself had breakfast one morning and 25 we talked about how McCarron called him up and asked him to


45 DC4LCARC 1 give six cents an hour to him from the labor management fund. 2 Fred Devine said to him 6 cents today, 25 cents tomorrow. So 3 he got a stonewall, McCarron was out. He knew he couldn't get 4 into New York to get out our money and he figured another way. 5 So he went and got ahold of his old friend Paschal 6 McGuinness, who is an associate of the Gambino crime family, 7 and he got Doug McCarron the deal he wanted. They sat down and 8 they brokered a deal, okay. That deal was a nightmare. The 9 school funds were taken for about six to $12 million. If 10 McCarron got the 6 cents, I don't know. I brought it to the 11 attention of Dennis Walsh and also I brought it to the 12 attention of our U.S. attorney, but that's another story in 13 itself. 14 Also, McCarron took $2 million from 608 treasury. 15 That's why it doesn't shock me to see the treasury of 608 and 16 all the books gone, the charter thrown away. I wonder why. Is 17 it because of all the money that went south? I'd like to know 18 myself. 19 Now, the statute of limitations limits us in the 20 discovery of what went on with all this money, but we'll never 21 find out unless we get into a RICO criminal again. That's the 22 only way we're going to find out how this money disappeared. 23 All right. 24 Now, Hunter College, who was in charge of giving money 25 to the school, they turned down the school for funding because


46 DC4LCARC 1 of the money that left the school and went out to Washington, 2 D.C. to Bob Georgine. What happened? Who knows. 3 Now, we have other problems. Now they get Harvey 4 Torrack in the late nineties. He comes in to clean up the 5 mess. He's doing a great job. Harvey is doing good. He's out 6 of the labor department. He's doing the job. You know what 7 happened to Harvey? They got rid of him. They gave him a 8 pension, a car, and some money and sent him on his way. 9 Then in 2005 we have Mike Forde in the hotel out in 10 the international convention. He's walking around. He has -- 11 who goes down and gets him out of it? Our friend Brian 12 O'Dwyer. Brian O'Dwyer with his associate, they tell the 13 international he's coming back to New York with us. We take 14 care of New York. You have nothing to say. He's not going in 15 rehab. He's got his problems, but he's got other problems. 16 And this goes on and on and on. 17 THE COURT: I get it. 18 MR. CLARKE: We are owned and still are part of 19 organized crime. And we're never going to get rid of it unless 20 we get rid of the international and keep them out of all of the 21 affairs of this union. Then maybe we'll have a shot at 22 cleaning the mess up. Until then, nothing. 23 THE COURT: I got it. Thanks, Mr. Clarke.

Classic & spot on. Gene had a way with words & he called this Dog & Pony show correctly.

The UBCJA International and Douglas J. McCarron and his criminal RICO puppetmasters & handlers (Tutor-Blum-Senator Feinstein) are the source of the problem - the never ending criminal racketeering and theft, fraud and conversion of funds; notwithstanding untold hundreds of millions, perhaps a billion or more in cleverly embezzled Trust Fund monies diverted offshore.

Yet, given the money trail which is very easy for the government to follow via the DOL,, DOJ, IG's & EBSA or SEC investigators - the Fed's & U.S. Attorenys Office S.D.N.Y. still got their head up their asses and refuse to act, refuse to conven a grand jury and refuse to prefer charges against the UBCJA International.

All criminal RICO suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a corruption free court of law; or are they?

What was the quid pro quo for that exchange?