Something is Very Very Fishy Here.
Why Would UGSOA and Desiree Sullivan Disclaim Interest in a Unit of Over 300 Dues Paying When They are On The Verge of Bankruptcy??? http://ugsoa.org/ugsoaletter.pdf http://ugsoa.org/lm2ugsoa.pdf
Was UGSOA President Desiree Sullivan Paid-Off To Disclaim Interest From a Unit Consisting of Over 300 Dues Paying Members In Washington D.C.???
In The Words of UGSOA Local 52 President Robert Nowosielski "Something Smells..If You Check Very Deep"
That is WHY We The UGSOA Members, Former Members and those who Just Want To Know about What's Really Going on at UGSOA Are Calling For A Full Investigation By The Department of Labor To Find Out The REAL TRUTH on What Took Place Here.
Contact The Department Of Labor at 202-693-0123 and Ask Them To Investigate Whether or Not The UGSOA International and/or UGSOA President Desiree Sullivan or any UGSOA Representative Received ANY TYPE OF MONEY TO Disclaim Interest in this UGSOA Washington D.C. Group Consisting of 300 Dues Paying Members.
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OLMS Public Disclosure Room
U.S. Department of Labor
Office of Labor-Management Standards
200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Room N-1519
Washington, DC 20210
Telephone: (202) 693-0125
Fax: (202) 693-1344
You May Also Want to Call UGSOA President Desiree Sullivan Direct at 303- 842-9866 and/or UGSOA's General Counsel John Tucker at 330-935-2530. WE WANT ANSWERS NOW!
Disclaimer: We are not accusing UGSOA President Desiree Sullivan or the International Union United Government of Security Officers of America UGSOA or any UGSOA Representative of any Wrongdoing. We are only Calling For An Investigation By The Department of Labor as to WHY UGSOA President Desiree Sullivan would Disclaim Interest in a Group of this size Paying Dues when they are on the Verge of Bankruptcy.
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