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Sunday, January 24, 2010

WCBS TV to interview rubber room plaintiff attorney, Mon 1/26

Major Breaking Education News

History will be made by CBS Channel 2 Television News
When: Monday 11 PM
Where: Channel 2, CBS, NYC

Who: Legendary News Reporter
Pablo Guzman

Attorney Dr. Joy Hochstadt, Esq.
Representing and with:
David Pakter
[some others]

What: Lead Plaintiffs in major Federal Class Action Lawsuit
seeking to permanently close
New York City's infamous "Rubber Rooms"

Why: Because the Public has the right to know that such abominations
should NOT exist in a Free Democratic Society

This Monday (January 26, 2010) 11 PM WCBS-TV Special News Report
will be followed by a full extended News Special
that will be posted on the CBS News Website on the Internet at the end of the week.

The so-called NYC Dept of Education "Rubber Rooms"
are places spread around New York City
where NYC Teachers are "disappeared",
sometimes for years, on trumped up charges.

While a small number of these Teachers should be removed,
Most teachers in the "Rubber Rooms" ended up there
Because the NYC Dept of Education decided they were allegedly "too old",
Or were earning "too high" salaries,
Or because they were Whistle-blowers who reported,
Widespread corruption and waste of Tax Payer money,
As well as the breaking of Federal Civil Rights Laws.

Watch the Monday night CBS Special News Report at 11 PM

Watch the Extended Pablo Guzman Interviews on
CBS News Internet Website later in week.
WCBS-TV News in New York City deserves much credit
for being the first TV News Program in America
To expose the Truth about New York's "Rubber Rooms"

This is Education News History
No one can afford to miss this News Special Report

Please post, circulate and tell your friends.

1 comment:

  1. I am skeptical of the motives of all parties involved but I will be watching vry closely.