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The interim coast to make some math says the police union try to set him up a drunk driving because his plan -- -- the city's workforce Jim Rick I'm up Republican.
Says the union actually had a playbook to attack anyone who oppose public -- -- -- this.
What I wanted to -- things on their on their playbook to tell you what to do as a police officer.
Our union represented to go ahead and and get what you want focus on individual avoid spreading your energy.
Focus on -- city manager council person mayor or police chief and keep the pressure on up until that person assures his loyalty and then move on to the next victim.
Regular of Bonnie and company guest and union -- -- filled -- demanded proof that the union was actually involved and is -- that's.
Show me the cases where that intimidation has been the show and not claimed to have existed.
See about a young -- now the LA times finally gets around -- covering this story.
He is the paper's description of the law -- that the police employed at the time Rick on the was falsely accused about DWY -- Law firm -- down my and -- which represents many police unions has a reputation for aggressive attacks against Citi holes.
One critic described it tactics as litigation.
-- line all the all state of the union is again -- the city is that enough how to create evidence for -- fill.
Morning -- Kamal first let me commend you.
For sticking with this issue I think too often TV.
Shows clip from one -- -- -- the next.
I want to applaud you for sticking.
-- this it shows your serious that doesn't however mean that your entirely right to be able help you on that score.
Less time I was here last time I was here.
The way the mayor presented this.
About his altercation with police would now with police but with a law firm that -- made -- call that he was driving drunk.
And many talked about.
Move onto the next victim from the playbook it made it appear to me as if he was saying that police on the job were intimidating.
Public officials and looking for victims until they agreed -- -- having read what's in the LA times.
What it is what it seems to be as more a political campaign -- take out billboards they write letters to the editor and they make their views known that's entirely different.
The police union.
-- -- -- -- Which into employed this private investigator.
Who in -- -- make a false charge against the -- that is a fact second.
The -- the playbook that the map uncovered.
Is a story about how to intimidate.
Your opponents that may be legitimate but intimidation is exactly what it is.
But it's much different this is a moment when the unions should.
Should be proud I think at the moment of disgrace.
Let's let's being nuanced here.
By police and this is why I was gonna do -- -- time because you said it was a additionally a high public sector unions this is how they do it.
This sort of -- label for them to intimidates public officials and I think that's wrong -- let me finish my point please.
If it's intimidation by officers on the job arresting people threatening -- that is -- -- percent wrong.
If fits intimidation.
Of of the kind you're talking about I'm also not.
Comfortable with that if it's happening because police -- in a position of responsibility.
I'd like to see however where that's happened.
And the fact that there's some playbook let me give -- an example of -- -- people should be held responsible for somebody else's playbook.
Hundreds of corporations run this country employ you didn't union avoidance.
And in their playbook is the way to win a union election.
In your places to avoid letting workers have the vote in the first place.
And here's how to how to go about skirting the law.
I don't blame the companies that hire those law firms because that's in the law firms -- -- And all right I like you feel about thirty seconds left and I'm I'm glad you're here to represent -- side of the -- and you doing very well and I appreciate that.
Got thirty seconds left.
A way to make Tellme and -- us what you think of the Chicago teacher's union.
00 -- I think Vietnam -- unions have not done a good job in this country communicated with the public about what they're trying to do.
And I think until -- do that a lot of people are gonna think that unions are in it for themselves are not necessarily.
Doing that but but but they got to do better job communicating widen -- this instance -- it's for the kids that -- -- fighting.
I don't think -- off fighting for the kids frankly -- and I don't think most about viewers think that there really fighting for the kids.
That -- fighting to control.
I support education that are offering those children.
That's my point of view but -- look we always come to you when the unions -- issue.
And you give is a fair accounting of your side we appreciate that fill -- everybody thank you.
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