BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Corruption taking place at the Palm Beach County PBA and with the employees
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BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Fri Oct 02, 2015 7:27 am

According to today's Sun Sentinnel, BSO employees voted to drop the PBA as their bargaining unit. They must have finally realized what the PBA truly was, and that is not looking out for the best interest of their employees.
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Fri Oct 09, 2015 8:14 am

People wake up! PBA is not going to work for you. Just ask some of the members who have been represented by their so called legal team. They are only going to work for you if you are in the click. PBA is collecting over $100,000 per month just from dues for PBSO members. What are they doing with that money? The last member who asked that was thrown out. Why is that? Why won't they make their budget available for it's membership to view? Could it be why Kaz has a house on the water in Martin County? Has new boats, new cars, parties for his PBA friends, travels the world? How come Ernie had to stay after he retired?. Could it be the benefits he has at his house? Time to ask these serious questions. Better yet it is time to unite and get a real bargaining unit to represent us, like our neighbors to the south did. They found out the lies they were being fed. We are just as smart. Time to act. Get rid of the deadwood. Say goodbye to PBA
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Sat Oct 21, 2017 12:12 am

Guest wrote:People wake up! PBA is not going to work for you. Just ask some of the members who have been represented by their so called legal team. They are only going to work for you if you are in the click. PBA is collecting over $100,000 per month just from dues for PBSO members. What are they doing with that money? The last member who asked that was thrown out. Why is that? Why won't they make their budget available for it's membership to view? Could it be why Kaz has a house on the water in Martin County? Has new boats, new cars, parties for his PBA friends, travels the world? How come Ernie had to stay after he retired?. Could it be the benefits he has at his house? Time to ask these serious questions. Better yet it is time to unite and get a real bargaining unit to represent us, like our neighbors to the south did. They found out the lies they were being fed. We are just as smart. Time to act. Get rid of the deadwood. Say goodbye to PBA


Closer to $300,000 per month. Do the math. Multiply your monthly dues times 5000 PBA members. More then 3 and 1/2 million dollars per year just in dues. Add in the "PBA charity" money that 40% goes to "administration" (hotel rooms, food, drink, and green fees for Kaz's family and friends) and your probably close to $4 million dollars in CASH per year that is totally unaccounted for.
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Sat Oct 21, 2017 3:31 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:People wake up! PBA is not going to work for you. Just ask some of the members who have been represented by their so called legal team. They are only going to work for you if you are in the click. PBA is collecting over $100,000 per month just from dues for PBSO members. What are they doing with that money? The last member who asked that was thrown out. Why is that? Why won't they make their budget available for it's membership to view? Could it be why Kaz has a house on the water in Martin County? Has new boats, new cars, parties for his PBA friends, travels the world? How come Ernie had to stay after he retired?. Could it be the benefits he has at his house? Time to ask these serious questions. Better yet it is time to unite and get a real bargaining unit to represent us, like our neighbors to the south did. They found out the lies they were being fed. We are just as smart. Time to act. Get rid of the deadwood. Say goodbye to PBA


Closer to $300,000 per month. Do the math. Multiply your monthly dues times 5000 PBA members. More then 3 and 1/2 million dollars per year just in dues. Add in the "PBA charity" money that 40% goes to "administration" (hotel rooms, food, drink, and green fees for Kaz's family and friends) and your probably close to $4 million dollars in CASH per year that is totally unaccounted for.


How do policemen let their union president get away with putting his wife on the union payroll and using their union money to buy a bmw she drives around and to buy golf clubs, golf equipment, clothing and other sporting goods from his own out-of-state family business for himself and his friends?
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Sun Oct 22, 2017 12:40 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:People wake up! PBA is not going to work for you. Just ask some of the members who have been represented by their so called legal team. They are only going to work for you if you are in the click. PBA is collecting over $100,000 per month just from dues for PBSO members. What are they doing with that money? The last member who asked that was thrown out. Why is that? Why won't they make their budget available for it's membership to view? Could it be why Kaz has a house on the water in Martin County? Has new boats, new cars, parties for his PBA friends, travels the world? How come Ernie had to stay after he retired?. Could it be the benefits he has at his house? Time to ask these serious questions. Better yet it is time to unite and get a real bargaining unit to represent us, like our neighbors to the south did. They found out the lies they were being fed. We are just as smart. Time to act. Get rid of the deadwood. Say goodbye to PBA


Closer to $300,000 per month. Do the math. Multiply your monthly dues times 5000 PBA members. More then 3 and 1/2 million dollars per year just in dues. Add in the "PBA charity" money that 40% goes to "administration" (hotel rooms, food, drink, and green fees for Kaz's family and friends) and your probably close to $4 million dollars in CASH per year that is totally unaccounted for.


Thats the same kind of stuff that was going on in Broward. Thats why BSO threw the PBA out of there. Palm Beach County PBA's president just does it on a bigger scale and out in the open because he knows the sheriff and the state attorney got his back and will squash any criminal investigation of the disappearing money. You can bet that if the members vote out Kaz and crew he'll be useless to the sheriff and the state attorney and then things can happen.
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Mon Oct 23, 2017 8:06 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:People wake up! PBA is not going to work for you. Just ask some of the members who have been represented by their so called legal team. They are only going to work for you if you are in the click. PBA is collecting over $100,000 per month just from dues for PBSO members. What are they doing with that money? The last member who asked that was thrown out. Why is that? Why won't they make their budget available for it's membership to view? Could it be why Kaz has a house on the water in Martin County? Has new boats, new cars, parties for his PBA friends, travels the world? How come Ernie had to stay after he retired?. Could it be the benefits he has at his house? Time to ask these serious questions. Better yet it is time to unite and get a real bargaining unit to represent us, like our neighbors to the south did. They found out the lies they were being fed. We are just as smart. Time to act. Get rid of the deadwood. Say goodbye to PBA


Closer to $300,000 per month. Do the math. Multiply your monthly dues times 5000 PBA members. More then 3 and 1/2 million dollars per year just in dues. Add in the "PBA charity" money that 40% goes to "administration" (hotel rooms, food, drink, and green fees for Kaz's family and friends) and your probably close to $4 million dollars in CASH per year that is totally unaccounted for.


Thats the same kind of stuff that was going on in Broward. Thats why BSO threw the PBA out of there. Palm Beach County PBA's president just does it on a bigger scale and out in the open because he knows the sheriff and the state attorney got his back and will squash any criminal investigation of the disappearing money. You can bet that if the members vote out Kaz and crew he'll be useless to the sheriff and the state attorney and then things can happen.


When the PBSO and West Palm Beach members get tired of the bs they will drop the PBA here the same as the Broward deputies did after the PBA there turned into a private little clubhouse for the president and his buddies. Sitting around smoking expensive cigars in a cigar bar and getting fat on the members dues money just got old. A PBA audit of Kaz's PBA credit card sprees and "business expenses" could send him away, same as happened with the teachers union president a couple a years ago. The "on duty" spending and double-dipping paid time off that Bradshaw cashed Kaz out for (around $50,000) could send them both away and revoke their pensions.
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Tue Oct 24, 2017 9:33 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:People wake up! PBA is not going to work for you. Just ask some of the members who have been represented by their so called legal team. They are only going to work for you if you are in the click. PBA is collecting over $100,000 per month just from dues for PBSO members. What are they doing with that money? The last member who asked that was thrown out. Why is that? Why won't they make their budget available for it's membership to view? Could it be why Kaz has a house on the water in Martin County? Has new boats, new cars, parties for his PBA friends, travels the world? How come Ernie had to stay after he retired?. Could it be the benefits he has at his house? Time to ask these serious questions. Better yet it is time to unite and get a real bargaining unit to represent us, like our neighbors to the south did. They found out the lies they were being fed. We are just as smart. Time to act. Get rid of the deadwood. Say goodbye to PBA


Closer to $300,000 per month. Do the math. Multiply your monthly dues times 5000 PBA members. More then 3 and 1/2 million dollars per year just in dues. Add in the "PBA charity" money that 40% goes to "administration" (hotel rooms, food, drink, and green fees for Kaz's family and friends) and your probably close to $4 million dollars in CASH per year that is totally unaccounted for.


Thats the same kind of stuff that was going on in Broward. Thats why BSO threw the PBA out of there. Palm Beach County PBA's president just does it on a bigger scale and out in the open because he knows the sheriff and the state attorney got his back and will squash any criminal investigation of the disappearing money. You can bet that if the members vote out Kaz and crew he'll be useless to the sheriff and the state attorney and then things can happen.


Bradshaw owns Kaz and his whole family. That's why the PBA isn't a real union. It's a private little country club and sports bar for Kaz and his family and friends. Face it.
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Mon Nov 27, 2017 8:58 pm

Anyone who continues to pay their membership in PBA is nothing more then a sheep following the corrupt people of this so called union. If you believe you are going to be covered legally if anything happens you are in a dream world.

Get some balls and join the FOP or another police union. One who will have your back. Don't spew the usual bullshit about collective bargaining crap. You are covered even if you don't pay your dues to the PBA. As for discipline, if it comes down to that you still have the same rights. If it comes to a review board the Sheriff will pick two, you will pick two and they will pick a fifth. Make sure your two picks are strong, not whimps. Collect your balls and start doing the right thing.
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 28, 2017 7:50 am

Guest wrote:Anyone who continues to pay their membership in PBA is nothing more then a sheep following the corrupt people of this so called union. If you believe you are going to be covered legally if anything happens you are in a dream world.

Get some balls and join the FOP or another police union. One who will have your back. Don't spew the usual bullshit about collective bargaining crap. You are covered even if you don't pay your dues to the PBA. As for discipline, if it comes down to that you still have the same rights. If it comes to a review board the Sheriff will pick two, you will pick two and they will pick a fifth. Make sure your two picks are strong, not whimps. Collect your balls and start doing the right thing.


PBA got kicked out of BSO, out of Sarasota and lost big time in Volusia County SO. PBA here is owned by the Sheriff because Kaz's whole family and his PBA Grill Team buddies are on Bradshaw's payroll. If your "union" president fires your "union" lawyer because he did his job too good, you don't have a "union".
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Wed Nov 29, 2017 7:57 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Anyone who continues to pay their membership in PBA is nothing more then a sheep following the corrupt people of this so called union. If you believe you are going to be covered legally if anything happens you are in a dream world.

Get some balls and join the FOP or another police union. One who will have your back. Don't spew the usual bullshit about collective bargaining crap. You are covered even if you don't pay your dues to the PBA. As for discipline, if it comes down to that you still have the same rights. If it comes to a review board the Sheriff will pick two, you will pick two and they will pick a fifth. Make sure your two picks are strong, not whimps. Collect your balls and start doing the right thing.


PBA got kicked out of BSO, out of Sarasota and lost big time in Volusia County SO. PBA here is owned by the Sheriff because Kaz's whole family and his PBA Grill Team buddies are on Bradshaw's payroll. If your "union" president fires your "union" lawyer because he did his job too good, you don't have a "union".


Bradshaw and PBA prez Kaz stack the review boards against anybody on their shit lists and makes sure cases going to arbitration get pulled and put into those stacked review boards. Vote the PBA out same as cops and civilians all over Florida are doing.
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Wed Nov 29, 2017 5:53 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Anyone who continues to pay their membership in PBA is nothing more then a sheep following the corrupt people of this so called union. If you believe you are going to be covered legally if anything happens you are in a dream world.

Get some balls and join the FOP or another police union. One who will have your back. Don't spew the usual bullshit about collective bargaining crap. You are covered even if you don't pay your dues to the PBA. As for discipline, if it comes down to that you still have the same rights. If it comes to a review board the Sheriff will pick two, you will pick two and they will pick a fifth. Make sure your two picks are strong, not whimps. Collect your balls and start doing the right thing.


PBA got kicked out of BSO, out of Sarasota and lost big time in Volusia County SO. PBA here is owned by the Sheriff because Kaz's whole family and his PBA Grill Team buddies are on Bradshaw's payroll. If your "union" president fires your "union" lawyer because he did his job too good, you don't have a "union".


Bradshaw and PBA prez Kaz stack the review boards against anybody on their shit lists and makes sure cases going to arbitration get pulled and put into those stacked review boards. Vote the PBA out same as cops and civilians all over Florida are doing.


Once PERC cards for another union get signed by enough people, PERC will hold a secret ballot election. The PBA will lose any secret ballot election against any other union same as Kaz would lose a secret ballot election for PBA president. That's why Kaz has never been "elected" since Earnie George appointed him PBA president more then 10 years ago. Kaz makes sure nobody ever runs against him. Dade PBA voting out their longtime PBA president last week and the whole PBA getting voted out of BSO has got Kaz scared. Very scared. Bradshaw too!
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:19 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Anyone who continues to pay their membership in PBA is nothing more then a sheep following the corrupt people of this so called union. If you believe you are going to be covered legally if anything happens you are in a dream world.

Get some balls and join the FOP or another police union. One who will have your back. Don't spew the usual bullshit about collective bargaining crap. You are covered even if you don't pay your dues to the PBA. As for discipline, if it comes down to that you still have the same rights. If it comes to a review board the Sheriff will pick two, you will pick two and they will pick a fifth. Make sure your two picks are strong, not whimps. Collect your balls and start doing the right thing.


PBA got kicked out of BSO, out of Sarasota and lost big time in Volusia County SO. PBA here is owned by the Sheriff because Kaz's whole family and his PBA Grill Team buddies are on Bradshaw's payroll. If your "union" president fires your "union" lawyer because he did his job too good, you don't have a "union".


Bradshaw and PBA prez Kaz stack the review boards against anybody on their shit lists and makes sure cases going to arbitration get pulled and put into those stacked review boards. Vote the PBA out same as cops and civilians all over Florida are doing.


Once PERC cards for another union get signed by enough people, PERC will hold a secret ballot election. The PBA will lose any secret ballot election against any other union same as Kaz would lose a secret ballot election for PBA president. That's why Kaz has never been "elected" since Earnie George appointed him PBA president more then 10 years ago. Kaz makes sure nobody ever runs against him. Dade PBA voting out their longtime PBA president last week and the whole PBA getting voted out of BSO has got Kaz scared. Very scared. Bradshaw too!


Let's get some PERC cards!
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 04, 2017 7:35 am

If I get a IA notice, who is the in-house PBA lawyer to get? Who is the PBA in-house lawyer to avoid?
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:29 am

Guest wrote:If I get a IA notice, who is the in-house PBA lawyer to get? Who is the PBA in-house lawyer to avoid?


Who is the good lawyer over at the Palm Beach PBA?
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Thu Dec 07, 2017 7:22 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:If I get a IA notice, who is the in-house PBA lawyer to get? Who is the PBA in-house lawyer to avoid?


Who is the good lawyer over at the Palm Beach PBA?


Nobody? Really?
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Jew » Thu Dec 07, 2017 10:52 am

Ralphy king is there but his focus is extorting $ and sex. If the lady resists, he claims racism.
Loony Larry actually hides from clients. When I showed at his office, he slipped out the window and fled. It was only a question.

The PBA needs lawyers.
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Fri Dec 08, 2017 7:45 am

Jew wrote:Ralphy king is there but his focus is extorting $ and sex. If the lady resists, he claims racism.
Loony Larry actually hides from clients. When I showed at his office, he slipped out the window and fled. It was only a question.

The PBA needs lawyers.


Larry lets Kaz make the legal decisions, which is why he's still there and Gary Lippman isn't.
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Re: BSO drops PBA as collective bargaining unit

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 11, 2017 10:48 pm

King has no brain. He is simply a puppet of Ernie and Kaz.
Larry is a cocaine sniffing fool. He's just glad he has a job.

Any outside attorney the PBA gets for you is a total sham. They are also controlled by what the PBA wants as a final result.

Best advise...stop paying your dues to the PBA and hire your own attorney.
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