Should Wells Fargo Bank sponsor a Community Organization such as the El Sereno Bicentennial Committee (and its "Parade Coordinator" Genny Guerrero) who endorses Cyber Bullying and destroys its previous tax documents?
There is no way to prance around the fact that Wells Fargo Bank's continuing sponsorship of a organization (and its "Parade Coordinator") that "Likes Cyber Bullying", sends the wrong corporate message to its victims
** Blogger's Note:
Its been seven days since we last bloggin reached out to LAPD CPAB Member and El Sereno Bicentennial "Parade Coordinator" Genny Guerrero regarding her "Like"
of the "Cyber Bullying, Stop the Bullies from El Sereno 90032 Facebook Page
". We can report that the formal "El Sereno Bicentennial Facebook Page"
has "Unlike" the slanderous cyber creation .........., but not Genny.
We should not be surprise with Genny's stonewalling in executing the simple task of switching from "Like" to "Unlike", considering that a request for IRS Documentation, pertaining to the finances of the El Sereno Bicentennial Committee, is still outstanding. You would think that a parade that supposedly has a budget of only $7,000 dollars (** maybe documents will denote a different amount?)
, would not be hard to line item, but when an undisclosed amount of public money (along from private sponsors) is given over the years and the corresponding tax records SHREEDED, allegedly
, then why be surprise that Genny would want to label those, questioning parade finances, Cyber Bullies
We're waiting for LAPD CPAB Member Genny Guerrero (in red) to formerly renounce her "Like" of the "Stop the Bullies from El Sereno 90032", as pictured above.
Will Genny "Unlike" one of her favorite groups in the near future?
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: Cyber Bullying, Genny Guerrero, LA 32 Bicentennial Committee, LA-32 Neighborhood Council, Stop the Bullys from El Sereno 90032 Facebook Page