June 4, 2013 > Letter to the Editor: Supervisor accused of wrongful termination
Letter to the Editor: Supervisor accused of wrongful termination
Alameda County Board of Supervisors, and Scott Haggerty as an individual, have been sued by his former long-term (over 15 years) Chief of Staff, Chris Gray, for his wrongful and illegal termination of his employment. The underlying claims submitted to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors were for over $10,000,000. The County routinely denied Mr. Gray's as they deny all claims, and now face a lawsuit that has been submitted to the Court for filing on Mr. Gray's behalf in the Alameda County Superior Court on Friday, May 3, 2013.
In summary, Mr. Gray was terminated based on the fact that he had taken medical leave from work, and his refusal to participate in Mr. Haggerty's ongoing 15 years of abuse and misuse of public funds, taking illegal loans, receiving illegal payments from the County, triple billing his car allowance expenses, and even being so belligerent as to demand early payment of his salary from County staff and receiving the same.
Mr. Gray has over 15 years of hard cold facts which will clearly reveal the calculated and cunning self-serving nature of Mr. Haggerty's ongoing illegal activities.
Law Offices of John N. Kitta & Associates