Two months ago, Tristan Pelayas encouraged people to file a report with him if they had experienced acts of intimidation that might be considered threatening in nature. Based on the following events, I wish to file a report against Robert Kirk, Hardy Black, and Lee Rogers:


In September of 2007, I held a protest sign at Sultana High School. Lee Rogers called me down to the front of the auditorium in an attempt to embarrass and intimidate me. She then took my sign, and I had to ask for it back.


Soon after the HTA hosted a "Truth about the Recall" meeting. A question was asked about the status of the recall. Hardy Black then states, "Charles Roedell is in the audience. Why don't you ask him?"


On February 22, 2008, Mark McKinney, on behalf of Kirk, Black, and Rogers, met with me in my classroom. I am asked to refrain from holding signs because he believes they are offensive and disruptive. He proceeds to show me the ed. code document, highlighted in yellow, which states I could be found guilty of a misdemeanor and fined five-hundred dollars if I persisted.


On February 25, 2008 I received a memo from Mark McKinney that states there will now be a designated area for people to carry protest signs. That evening, Mark McKinney declares publicly that my signs are disruptive and offensive. It is my belief that Kirk, Black, and Rogers used Mark McKinney to do their bidding in an attempt o publicly humiliate me and harass me.


On April 7, 2008 I held a sign peacefully in their designated protest box with my back against the wall. Mr. Kirk claimed that I was disruptive because I was "waving" my sign. Once again, I am threatened with a misdemeanor and a five-hundred dollar fine if I did not remove my signs. My signs were eventually confiscated.


Let me make it perfectly clear that my complaint is not against Mark McKinney. In fact, if I could I would sign his name to this complaint due to the pressure he has experienced over the last few months by the three board members.


And if I could I would write the name of Hank Richardson on this document because he was fired from his job and had to pack his bags and leave town under the cover of darkness.


And if I could I would include the names of people who were kicked off the Calendar Committee by Mr. Kirk.


And if I could I would record the names of all the administrators in the district who have been told in a management meeting not to show any reactions during the board meetings because Mr. Kirk, Mr. Black, and Mrs. Rodgers might be watching and taking notes.


And finally ladies and gentlemen, if I could I would sign the names of every district office personnel who cringe in fear and trepidation, who cringe with anxiety and disgust every time Mr. Kirk, Mr. Black, and Mrs. Rogers walk through the doors of H.U.S.D.


But, alas, I cannot. So I hereby submit my formal complaint against Robert Kirk, Hardy Black, and Lee Rogers.


Copies are to be given to Cathy Gomez, Bruce Minton, Helen Rogers, Jovi Yankaskas, George Landon, and Mark McKinney.


Robert Kirk, Hardy Black and Lee Rogers can receive copies from their personal lawyer Tristan Peleyas.


If for any reason, there is a conflict of interest, and you cannot investigate these matters, please forward my complaint to an attorney who can.


At this time, I wish to make my position public and on the record.