Corruption Starts At The Top
Dr. John Trotter’s Treatise Against The DeKalb County School System!
By John Rhodes Alston Trotter, EdD, JD
Note: This rather lengthy but juicy letter is written to a Miss Josey A.
Alexander, presumably the new school board attorney for the DeKalb County Board
of Education. Miss Josey wrote a letter to me on May 8, 2009, stating that I personally could
never step foot on any property in the DeKalb County PUBLIC School System. How
laughable! The people of the public school systems become more and more stupid each
passing year. They are like shrinking violets and cannot handle any constructive criticism which is their
duty as public and elected officials to endure. They
are not kings and queens, but are supposed to be public servants.
These same people want to run roughshod over the teachers whose charge is to teach and nurture the children.
These ignorant people know nothing about good theory and practice and how the world actually works. They
think (unless, of course, they simply do not give it any thought at all, but simply want to draw their unearned fat checks)
that beating up on teachers is the way to improve education in their thuggish school systems. Yes, DeKalb
School System, under the unleadership of that Clown of a Superintendent, Crawford
Lewis, is such a thuggish school system. DeKalb is a “Gansta School
System.” Miss Josey’s letter is full of distortions, fabrications, and outright lies, and
I have exposed all of them and will continue to do so, along with the illegal actions of DeKalb County Central
Office employees, including, but certainly not limited to, the egregious actions of one of the ladies in the Office
of Internal Affairs when she had the temerity to think that she could offensively put her hands all over my chest
and/or shoulders (in front of many witnesses) as I was continuously exiting “Building B” of the
Central Office Complex after State Senator Ronald Ramsey and I got into a heated exchange
in what he calls a “pre-hearing” meeting. (The conduct of this lady is a textbook example of
simple battery.) I guess that Senator Ramsey and his colleagues got somewhat
sore and frustrated with me when the good Senator could not win the argument over the law. Tough cookies
for ole Ron. Well, good teachers, have fun reading this DeKalb Saga.
It gets more and more interesting with each Phase. We leave no stone unturned.
This treatise is simply my written response to Miss Josey’s feeble attempt to muzzle
my rather robust speech. It has never worked in the past, and it will not work now. I
wonder if Miss Josey is going to try to get a Federal Judge to issue a Prior Restraint
to keep me from publishing my response to her letter. The courts abhor prior restraints.
By this time, Miss Josey knows that her weak letter has not stopped MACE from picketing
Superintendent Clown Crawford Lewis and his many minions. I presume that
this clown has never understood the Law of Unintended Consequences.
Click Here To Start Reading The First Few Phases Of The Treatise.