Me and Chemotherapy

I had plans for this year of doing my own sports blog.  I figured I would be one of the few bloggers that actual puts his money where his mouth is.

I do a worksheet similar to the one found on roto world.  Then I look for games that are outliers next to the point spread or over under.   I go through those games pretty good.

I do have rules about sports gambling on football, never bet on week 1 or week 17.  Week 1 is mostly based on last year and week 17 is mostly based on next year.

the past couple of years I have not been perfect I went 11-3 2 years ago, and 10-1 last year.  I know there are 17 weeks, but some weeks I cannot find a game I like enough to bet on.

It probably started back in 1998 for me, I got difficulty swallowing some things.  In 2012 I was official diagnosed with Non Hotchkins Lymphoma.

As a person with cancer I cannot stress enough how important it is to be comfortable around your doctor, you also should be able to agree with your doctor on a moral level.

My first cancer Doctor was Dr Ardman.  because I had stage 1 NHL, he wanted to go with a wait and watch approach.  Dr. Ardman was against any unnessariy surgeries or procedures because of strain it could place on the body.  I got a second opinion from Dr Aberson, he agreed with Dr. Ardman but wanted to do a biopsy to know the exact type.

My first biopsy was done by Dr. Bhatt i was scared shitless.  Dr. Bhatt told me this ridiculous long list of side effects most of them were more scary for  me than cancer, paralysis, permanent nerve damage, complete loss of some functions.  Some thing I wish I was told right away is the chances of any of that really bad shit happens was noticeable less than 1%.

Several years past my cancer didn’t do to much.  this past year it was pretty brutal.  From April to June and into August I had daily internal pain.  My cancer doctors had changed since, my current one is Dr. Gunturi , she agrees with how Dr. Hanson treatged me.  She isnt to much for feeling me up like some doctors checking the body for cancer so that made me nervous, she is a huge fan of PET scans, which let the doctors know exactly how much cancer you have.  So that made me feel better.

I was scared shit of chemo, still am pretty scared of it.  i asked the hospital to give me 180 of a hospital stay while i was on chemo they said no fin way.   I have stage 3 NHL, my cancer covered more than 75% of my main artery.   I was absolutely terrified of my first chemo treatment.

My first treatment was about 11 hours altogether, I broke out in hives while getting rituxirub.  Probably more than once, they had to stop the treatment give me some bennadril wait a half an hour and resume again.  My second day of treatment they just gave me bendamustine, wasnt to bad only 2 hours.

During my first treatment they had me speak with a nutritionist.  The nutritionist throughout chemo is the one person I will listen to before anyone else.  I believe the only way I can fight chemo which is fighting my cancer is with proper nutrition.

As for after treatment, the week after treatment I believe I get what some people call chemo brain.  I feel light headedish the thursday/friday/saturday after chemo.  I get the hic cups for a really long period of time probably 24 hours after being treated, after my second treatment however I found out my nausea medication cures that.  the first time through my body was stressed out beyond all belief my body told me this I got acne which is hives everywhere.  Outside of the hives after the first week I felt pretty normal.

my second treatment.  It took about 6 hours to get treated, the found a faster way to give me Bendamustine.  and my second day of my second treatment I was in and out of the cancer care in about 2 hours.

I still got the chemo brain thing the thursday/friday/saturday thing after chemo.  Since the nausea meds knocked out the hic cup thing I have slept alot better.  I have not gotten the hives this time around so my body isnt as stressed.

The Chief Surgeon at Tufts and a Gastronomist at Digestive Health Specialist both told me the same thing, my chemotherapy might be attacking my esophagus got to go through more tests, on the plus side most of my exceptional large lymph nodes are under 3 cms so the chemo is doing something.

But I will be passing on giving out football advice this season and my blog will have to wait until next season when i am done with chemo.  I dont think I can crunch numbers will I am on chemo brain.  the fatigue is pretty good.  Outside that first week after treatment not so bad.  But I will not be putting my money where my mouth is this football season.

 

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How stupid are you

Basically if I caught someone doing something really stupid at one point in my life, I would ask them the following phrase “how stupid are you?”  It was a phrase my supervisors would ask me if I did something stupid.

If it was for something simple like trespassing, and they answered correctly it would be easier for them just to turn around and walk away.  If it was for a more serious crime, it would general lead to a plea bargain with a greatly reduced sentence.

Although for the truly stupid there is no punishment that is not self inflicted you know those people as the Darwin Award winners.

I think on July 29, 2016.  I have placed my entry.  I would like a doctor or groups of doctors to research it a bit, to see how stupid I am.

I have some allergies nothing major.  One of them is a food allergy.  I think in order to know the level of my stupidity.  It would make no sense than to go no lower than that generalization.

My primary care Doctor figured out, that the type of blood cells that fight allergies was being overly active lately.   I did not stop eating the food I love.  I thought I could have it in small doses.  After all alot of people are allergic to pet dander and they still hang out with people with pets.

Look I like the taste of it, most days I can eat it with no trouble at all.   So I dont know how strong it is.  Never the less a doctor told me about the allergy.

Is there a relationship between food allergies and people like myself that are to stupid to give up that food until now, and people with Non Hotchkins Lymphomia?

That is the question I ask myself while wondering how stupid I am.

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Neglect by Government

Securitas North East Vice President Thomas Fagan represents Securitas in courthouses from Boston, MA to New York city at the very least.  Securitas lies their fucking ass off to fuck over people.  And all the US government does is write Securitas bigger and bigger checks.

I hope some lawyer finds this and gives Securtias what the deserve.

Below, I will be filing that with the FBI tomorrow provided my printer cooperates.

 

 

 

Table of contents:

Page

Introduction                                                                                                                                          1 to 7

Chapter Title page divider                                                                                                                        1

What I expect this office to do                                                                                                                2

Background information                                                                                                                   3 to 7

Conflict of Interest                                                                                                                            8 to 10

Chapter title page divider                                                                                                            8

Argument government had a conflict of interest                                                       9 to 10

Conspiracy                                                                                                                                           11 to 14

Chapter title page divider                                                                                                            11

Argument Securitas intentional committed fraud to the US Government          12 to 14

Fraud and False Statements                                                                                                           15 to 63

Chapter title page divider                                                                                                       15

Fraud and False statements found in Securitas legal response to MCAD in MCAD document number 04BEM03042                                                                                                                16 to 21

Fraud and False statements found in interviews Securitas submitted in MCAD Docket

Number 04BEM03042                                                                                                                  22 to 35

Regarding the outcome letters Securitas submitted in MCAD Docket Number

04BEM03042                                                                                                                                   35 to 38

Regarding Securitas policies submitted in MCAD Docket Number

04BEM03042                                                                                                                                   38 to 41

Fraud and False statements regarding Securitas Legal Response MCAD

docket Number 06BEM01793                                                                                                    41 to 55

regarding the interviews Securitas submitted in MCAD docket number

06BEM01793                                                                                                                                    55 to 61

Regarding what Securitas told the police                                                                              61 to 63

Obstruction of Justice                                                                                                                   64 to 71

Chapter title page divider                                                                                                           64

Argument Securitas committed Obstruction of Justice, and others.                   65 to 71

Perjury                                                                                                                                                 72 to 120

Chapter title page divider                                                                                                            72

Securitas legal response in MCAD Docket number 04BEM03042                         73 to 78

The interviews Securitas submitted in MCAD docket Number 04BEM03042         78 to 92

Outcome letters Securitas submitted in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042  92 to 95

Regarding Securitas policy submitted in MCAD docket Number 04BEM03042 95 to 98

Securitas legal response in MCAD docket number 06BEM01793                           98 to 111

Interviews Securitas submitted in MCAD docket Number 06BEm01793           111 to 117

Police Report                                                                                                                         117 to 119
Courthouse                                                                                                                            119 to 120

RICO                                                                                                                                                     121 to 129

Title page divider                                                                                                                            121

Argument Securitas committed RICO                                                                          122 to 129

Referenced material and previous legal                                                                                   130 to 133

Title page divider                                                                                                                             130

References and legal                                                                                                           131 to 133

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            I will be using this complaint as my legal resume.  I will be telling people about on Monster, and Ebay and other websites.  I have no idea who is actual going to read it.

 

What type of super powers do I need to report a crime to the police?

I would like this office to investigate any of the following criminal allegations:

 

  1. Throughout the United Parcel History at 87 Brick Kiln Road, Chelmsford MA, they have never handed over their surveillance tapes of the guard shacks to any police investigation.  Why has UPS never been charged with obstruction of justice?  On June 17, 2015, UPS was evacuated, where any of the cameras handed over to police?
  2. Securitas Security Services USA Inc., lied their asses off to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination about me twice in MCAD docket Numbers 04BEM03042, and 06BEM01793, and lied about police actions under the Oath of perjury.  The list of law violations related to this is, Conflict of interest with the US Government paying Securitas about $1 billion a year, Conspiracy, Fraud and False Statements, Perjury, and RICO, does anyone wish to investigation any of those law violations? What about basic employment law? Securitas lied about me to the Police and MCAD you really expect me to believe they wouldn’t lie to someone that considered hiring me.
  3. While I worked at UPS in Chelmsford MA, Michelle Ahern stole tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of prescription drugs, everyone and their mother told me they did an investigation regarding my MCAD complaint, if so how was Michelle Ahern not caught stealing from Nov 2004 to May 2006 when my MCAD complaint was open?  Did any body from government watch 1 tape of the very same guard shacks that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams life was threatened Michelle Ahern would have been on the same cameras.  Did anyone from government do any sort of investigation?
  4. By the US and Massachusetts government not enforcing any laws where they neglectful in their duties?

 

 

 

 

Backgrounds

Why I felt this section was necessary

I tried telling people the United Parcel Service in Chelmlsford, MA, is a massive facility which thousands of people work at.  Which was bigger per square foot than Pat’s Place at Gillette Stadium.  I worked with dozens of Securitas guards at UPS in Chelmsford, MA not a handful of supervisors.  The United Parcel Service does tens thousands if not hundreds of thousands of parcels per 4 hour shift.  They need people to move those packages.  I feel with some background stuff you will have a better idea of how many false statements Securitas Security Services USA Inc made.

United Parcel Service

            The United Parcel Service might be the world’s premier package delivery service they are absolutely huge.  I will be focusing on the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford, MA, located at 87 and 90 Brick Kiln Road.

The United Parcel Service opened at this location in 1986.  It is located between Logan International airport, Manchester Airport, and the Worcester Rail Yard.  The facility itself is massive it measures 2.1 million square feet, or about double the size of the Pheasant Lane or Burlington Malls.  UPS offers shuttle bus service to help people get around the compound.  It has several different buildings.

During the period of 6 PM to 3AM UPS will do 325,000 parcels.  That is 325,000 parcels enter the facility get sorted and leave the facility within that time.  They have drivers coming in from all around the country to drop off packages to get sorted and sent to other UPS hubs.  They also have about 50 to 100 package car drivers that make home deliveries from the Chelmsford Hub each driver has a route of 55 sq. miles.  Because of the physical labor of the job the package handlers work generally 4 to 5 hour shifts starting around Noon to 1PM,they run shifts 12 PM to 5PM, 6PM to 10 PM, 11 Pm to 3AM, and 3 AM to 7 AM.  They do not run a package handling shift from 7 Am to Noon.  The majority of tractor trailer traffic arrives between 10 PM to 2AM they might have upto 600 tractor trailers go through the feeder lanes during that 4 hour stretch.

UPS has 2 unions that work there Teamsters Local 25 which boosts 25,000 members and another Union for skilled help might be IBEW.  The Teamsters Union is for package handlers and drivers.  Because of the strike of 1989 only about 50% of the workforce at UPS in Chelmsford is Union.  All the supervisors are non union.  Probably mainly because of discounts on insurance a portion of the security team is non union.

UPS has an internal security team which was lead by Mark Kelly when I was there, Jason Raplarga and Nario where also supervisors.  They had 4 members I believe assigned to watch UPS camera room.  Lets face facts with around $1 billion in assets at Chelmsford for UPS they are going to have camera coverage. UPS internal security team was 26 people in all.  Most of them enjoyed fucking with the guards.  Making sure guards checked IDs, bags, waned people, if a guard failed to do so UPS would have the guard removed from the site.  Now making sure the guards checked the bag was especially important while I was there because of people like UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern, Michelle Ahern managed to steal tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands worth of prescription drugs.  Michelle Ahern even said in her confession she threw out boxes of prescription drugs on her ride home from work.  Michelle Ahern had to walk into work and out of work through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at.  I also worked with an Eddie Maldendo who I tried reporting for the buying and selling of stolen merchandise on UPS property thanks to Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Investigator Keith Parrett I learned Eddie Maldendo got paid over $20,000 from UPS.  Keith Parrett said I only filed at Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination because of all the money Eddie Maldendo got.  I originally reported Eddie Maldendo to the Massachusetts State Police in February 2005 after piecing together story I heard from other guards. The Massachusetts State Police then barred me from the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination conference because they did not like my tone.   Look with the sheer volume of people UPS internal security team probably did what they could.  The contracted Security worked the guard shacks.  From 2004 to 2006 that was manned by Securitas Security Services USA Inc.  UPS openly admits they don’t like locking in 1 company for an extended period of time to keep the guards and employees to get to friendly.  UPS possible unknowingly cycles through the Securitas AB guard companies.

While I was at UPS in Chelmsford, UPS never handed over their guard shack surveillance tapes to any police or government investigation.

UPS hired the cops to work at least 2 shift changes at route 129 and Brick Kiln Road for traffic detail.   Would this be the reason the Chelmsford Police simple did not care.

 

 

 Securitas at UPS in Chelmsford

            In 2004 UPS awarded a contract to Securitas Security Services USA Inc, for 700 guard hours per week at $16.50 per guard hour.  Now the site was supposed to pay each guard X.  The contract was later adjusted to 650 guard hours per week.  It broke down to 4 guards working from 8 Am to 4PM, 5 guards working from 4Pm to 12 AM, and 5 guards working from 12 AM to 8AM.  The weekend was different UPS did not run a package handling shift until Sunday, so Saturday was a ghost town mostly.  Originally the guards answered to Andrea, Nario and Mark.  At some point Andrea was removed and replaced by Jason Raplarga.  UPS required at least 2 guards per shift for safety reasons.  They had 2 guard shacks for Securitas to work at.

The guards where expected to check in going and outgoing trucks and people.  The guards may have had to lock and unlock the Human Resources Building which is located across the street.  The guards might have had to change the surveillance at the guard shacks, while I was there one of the guard shacks got upgraded to Digital video recorder which UPS changed out once a week when the shack closed.  The guards might have had to add or remove seals from trucks, open or store bags for people.

Turnover was really high for Securitas. Humping the ladders in and out of the feeder lanes was more work than some people wanted to do for security work.  Other people just could not simple stay up during the over night.  Other people got removed from the site by UPS for not checking bags, or IDs.  A couple of people got removed for other reasons.  Fermin T stalked female UPS workers, some of the young girls where so scared of Fermin their parents accompanied them through the shack.  Juan DeLeon structured his breaks around UPS breaks so he could do drug sales he was removed for that reason, Eddie Maldendo sold anything not tied down he was removed in September of 2004 while he was selling laptop computers/

With all the turnover Securitas could not keep the schedule full.  Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras started his own business while he was there.  He said if his business took off he would step down.  If guards blew off shifts Raul would simple pencil himself in for shifts guards didn’t show up for.  Securitas actual had a conversation with UPS about losing money for the contract.  Raul Taveras pay was $16/hour.  He was 1 of a handful of employees where his overtime would exceed the $16.50 per guard hour.  My pay was so low my IRS straight pay was higher than my Securitas overtime pay.

I worked with a lot of fun characters such as Eddie Maldendo, I also worked with a Juan DeLeon was I was there Juan DeLeon and about a dozen UPS employees got fired or at least removed from the property because of the distribution of drugs.

 

About Me

            From 1999 to 2002, I worked at Lucent Technologies Bell Labs Innovations.  They paid me to go to school, they promoted me for going to school.  I wanted degrees in Business Administration and Electronic Technologies, both degrees would have allowed me to be a SAP engineer.

In 2004 I started working for Securitas. In April of 2004, I also worked full time at the IRS as a 30 day temp.
My supervisor Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did not stop running her mouth about what happened to me.  I lost me grip on a ladder and it ripped through my work uniform like a knife through butter.  Those ladders where big and heavy.

In September of 2004 I decided to go back to school to chase my dream.  I liked working the overnight and going to school first shift it is what I did at Bell Labs.  In September of 2004, after I got done working the overnight shift I headed off to the University of Massachusetts in Lowell.

Also in September of 2004, Security Officer John Clark lost his grip on a ladder unlike myself he tried to stop the ladder from falling.  He tore out his shoulder doing so.  He missed 17 days of work.  He wanted to be a good little dobbie and come back to work early.  Because he did not miss the legal required 21 days to collect workman’s comp.  Securitas refused to pay him.  He found a job at the cross point building and quit.  The John Clark story should show how heavy those ladders where though.

In October 2004, was Josh Lindeman first day, my supervisor kept running her fucking mouth about what happened to me at least until Josh Lindeman first day there on October 19, 2004. I hated working with Josh all he did was play fucking video games.  You don’t believe me fine.  Aks yourself this how did Michelle Ahern steal tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands in prescription drugs that she walked right straight through the guard shacks.

I requested a shift change.  I did not want to work with Alice anymore, nor did I want to work with wonderboy Josh Lindeman.  UPS might have a line of tractor trailers from the feeder lanes to route 3 during the month of October, because that is when businesses start stalking up their shelves for the holidays.

On November 4, 2004, I got a reprimand letter from Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan, and an outcome letter about an alleged investigation.  The reprimand letter pissed me off, and what alleged fucking investigation I just requested a shift change.

I hate to burst your bubble, but working full time and going to school full time, Alice Schofield was not in my personal life.  My personal life was filed with work, school, and final fantasy XI.  Nor was I at the guard shack during my non work hours talking to UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.  I did not work weekends with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams until after I requested a shift change at the earliest before that I was full time on the Alice Schofield shift.  I do freely admit to calling UPS Site Supervisor Alice Schofield up until around her daughters 6th birthday which was August 12.  I never called UPS Site Supervisor William Adams or any other Securitas employee after that point.
Now I need to fast forward some.  I quit Securitas in August of 2005, I wanted out so bad I accepted a job with a lower hourly wage at Target in Nashua, NH.  Target actual had part of the job I truly enjoyed bowling out packages after the truck was unloaded.  I left Target in October 2004, to work in my field of Electronics.  I got hired by Benchmark Electronics.  The job I did was a pass/fail tester, the job they paid me for was a mechanical assembler so I was not happy with that.  I quit in December of 2005 when Securitas thought it would be fun to turn my car into a fucking snow bank.  I was harassed some by Securitas personal there also.

From January to around August of 2006 I think I collected unemployment from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts I did accept a 30 day temp job at the IRS in Andover, Ma in April 2006.  But when I showed up at UPS in Chelmsford on July 24, 2006, around 4PM during a UPS open house.  I was indeed collecting unemployment from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts because I was harassed by Securitas guards at BAE in Hudson, NH, while I worked for Benchmark Electronics.  Considering I was recently harassed by Securitas guards, I wanted to know how I would be treated and Security Guard Ray Woodman told me to leave or he would call the police.  I left as fast as I could.  I walked back to my car, took a left out of the UPS HR Parking lot where I parked my car.  Before I took a left down Alpine I got past by a Chelmsford Police cruiser with his lights on, I took an educated guess on where he was going that is how I got a copy of the police report.  However when I woke up the next day I went to MCAD first not the police station to get a copy of the report.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US CODE CHAPTER 11

CONFLICT OF INTEREST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This section is about US Code title 18 Chapter 11, conflict of interest

According to the Securitas website they have a whole division dedicated to government contracts.  Securitas brags on their website about having 12,000 employees working Federal Contracts, around 6,000 armed and some wielding M16’s such as their cover boy on their webpage

 

Now if the government pays an average of $30/per guard hour.  Keep in mind that is not what Securitas pays the guards but what the government pays Securitas.  That is a ridiculous pay for unarmed.  But if an armed Security Guard is making $25 per hour, the company is probably getting paid about $40 per hour for his contract.

You do out the math $30 an hour, 40 hours a week, 52 weeks a year, and 12,000 employees you come to $748.8 Million.

Considering the Federal Government is paying Securitas around $750 million if not more.  That is a lot of trust and a lot of contracts.

Some of those government agencies dishing out serious money for Securitas is the United States District Attorney offices, and the Department of Justice.  Both of which I would have to file a criminal complaint through.

Now imagine if Securitas was known for lying to police officers, with holding hundreds of surveillance tapes, refusing to submit written reports, refusing to interview relevant witnesses, and telling stories under the oath of perjury.  Also lying their ass off to the police, and lying about the police actions.

Facts: Both my MCAD complaints occurred at UPS in Chelmsford they have 9 visual mounted cameras they make no attempt to hide, not 1 tape was submitted by Securitas in any claim, they talked about the CCTV coverage in the William Adams interview, the Julian Oliveras and Ray Woodman Interviews, and in the job description.  Fact:  The Teamster Union 25 is one of 2 unions at UPS in Chelmsford which boosts 25,000 members on their web page, UPS has a minimum of 40% non union jobs in the event of a strike so they can maintain fully operational status so I would guess there is at least 25,000 UPS employees that work there or out of there not 1 was interviewed in either claim.  Fact:  I worked with a lot of guards in the first claim only a small percentage was interviewed, Securitas spoke of 4 Securitas employees in the Second claim I knew 3 of them and only 1 of them was interviewed in the first claim.  Fact: Securitas did not submit 1 daily activity report, 1 police report, or 1 incident report I was involved in, in either claim.  Fact: every single interview was done exclusively from the memories of their employees. Fact:  There are numerous inconsistencies throughout the interviews.  Fact: Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told one story to the police and another to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrtimination and United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  Fact: MCAD ruled on the side of the $750 million in contracts in both claims.

Considering Securitas did all this to me.   I am willing to argue the government probably looked the other way from the get go, because the $750 million roughly they pay them the other shows a lot of trust and creates a conflict of interest.

I would like to enter 4 counts of conflict of interest by government.

2 by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and 2 by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  In regards to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Docket Numbers MCAD Docket Numbers 04BEM03042, and 06BEM01793.  They were also jointly filed with the US EEOC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US CODE CHAPTER 19

CONSPIRACY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to the law.  Title 18, USC Section 371 states, “If two or more persons conspire either to commit any offense against the United States,”

My first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint occurred at 87 Brick Kiln Road, Chelmsford, Ma.

Securitas created a story about what happened they used a lot of people in the creation of their story.  Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield, one of Alice Schofield’s better friends Josh Lindeman who was also a floater for Securitas, UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan, North East Area vice President Thomas Fagan, from Securitas US Corporate Headquarters out of West Lake Village California Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson.

By the time Securitas submitted their made up story to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Michelle Ahern was stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA for nearly 2 months.  Michelle Ahern would have been on the same cameras UPS Site Supervisor William Adams talked about as Michelle Ahern needed to pass through the guard shacks to enter and leave work.

There is a lot of stuff I can point to in their story that sounds made up to me.

  1.  If you compare the first set of interviews in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, to my second MCAD complaint 06BEM01793, who reported anything to their office?
  2. Securitas changed every single date they could find between the 2 stories.
  3. In the second legal response Securitas did to MCAD in 06BEM01793, I knew 5 out of the 7 people they referenced in their story.  I knew Security Guard Ray Woodman, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, arriving supervisor Steve Straitt who was a security guard when I worked with him, I knew UPS employees Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga.  I did not know either one of the Julians.  So why didn’t Ray, Steve, Mark, or Jason even make a cameo in my first MCAD complaint?  According to Raul Taveras they all enjoyed laughing at me.
  4. Both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras tell a different tale about a magical Friday I came in to pick up my check, both of them said I told the other one, while they listened.
  5. No where in the Incident Report written by Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield was my name even mentioned which she signed 1 day after her interview in which my name was mentioned.  Some of the same material word for word is in her interview, and her incident report.
  6. The Raul Taveras interview has my favorite line, Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan asked, “do you remember when Bill said, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.””  Where did that quote even come from?
  7. Look the interview with my name on it is completely made up, it has such phrases I was happily working weekends.  Really I was their on Josh Lindeman first night their which is a Tuesday, not a Saturday and Sunday.
  8. Number of times the United Parcel Service handed over the guard shack surveillance tapes to responding police officers, ZERO.
  9. What happened to things like privacy law?  According to both UPS Site Supervisor Bill Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras they both drilled me about my sex life.
  10. Something that would have been on those surveillance cameras, not 1 of my coworkers searched anyone or UPS Package Handler Sorter Michelle Ahern would not have been able to steal from UPS for 19 months.
  11. Out of the thousands of daily activity reports I don’t believe any where submitted.
  12. Out of the 50 + Securitas employees I worked with they only interviewed supervisors, or friends of the supervisors that signed interviews and collaborated their story.

My second Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint was filed on July 25, 2006.  It was again about UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

Securitas like my first MCAD complaint created a story, in their story they used, my former coworkers Security Guard Raymond Woodman, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, and 1 guard I didn’t know that signed interviews in Julian Oliveras, they talked about former coworker Supervisor Steve Straitt when I worked with Steve he was a Security Guard, Security Guard Julian Rivera, UPS Employees Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga.  Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Valerie Kerin, Securitas North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, and from their West Lake Ca. US Headquarters Senior Employee Relations Sherry K. Pinchak.

  1. During the time of my complaint the Chelmsford Police Department was allegedly investigating Michelle Ahern.
  2. There are numerous differences about what happened in the Raul Taveras interview itself.  Such as me not going anywhere near the UPS HR Building and him not knowing where the #90 building even is, the address for the UPS HR Building is 90 Brick Kiln Road.
  3. Securitas argued I was there scoping out the CCTV, did they tell responding police officers that where investigating Michelle Ahern that those cameras worked just fine.
  4. The story Raul Taveras told about the actions of responding police officers, did not match the officers report.
  5. Raul Taveras told 1 story to responding police officers and a different one to MCAD.
  6. Securitas did not use 1 daily report, 1 incident report, or 1 surveillance tape in the telling of their story they just needed their legendary memories.  If their memories where that legendary they must have been a wealth of knowledge for the Chelmsford Police Department in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern or did they just make everything up.

For greater detail please read Chapter 47 Fraud and False Statements, and Chapter 79 the Oath of perjury.

By violating those 2 laws to government offices, they violated this section of the law.

By violating obstruction of justice they also violated this section of the law.

Securitas in all used a team of people Security Guards Ray Woodman, Julian Oliveras, Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield, UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan, and Valerie Kerin, North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, and possible President Richard Avery, and from their Corporate Headquarters Laura A. Wilson and Sherry K. Pinchak.  All these people were used by Securitas to tell completely made up stories.  The stories at MCAD where at least jointly filed with the US EEOC.

With the law violations and there team of people I believe they violated this section of the law.

Just think all 18 months my first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint was open, UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern was stealing boxes of prescription drugs from UPS in Chelmsford.  You expect me to believe anyone did an investigation?  Michelle Ahern had to walk through the guard shacks controlled by Securitas employees entering and leaving work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US Code Chapter 47

 

Fraud and False statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042

In Section I – paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge.”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or did they interview 1 Securitas employee of my rank that I worked with from August to October of 2004.

By the time Securitas submitted their made up investigation to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, Michelle Ahern was stealing from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford MA for at least 2 months.  Michelle Ahern had to walk through the guard shacks manned by Securitas personal, Michelle Ahern would have been on the very same surveillance tapes that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams mentioned in his interviewed.  Michelle Ahern walked through the guard shacks which Securitas guards worked at with boxes of prescription drugs.  If they did an investigation how did Michelle Ahern behavior go unnoticed.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

 

In Section II – Sentence 1

Securitas stated, Brett Deveau has not been discriminated against in any unlawful matter.”

I disagree with this the person that ran her mouth about it was of the opposite sex as me.  Securitas also did not interview 1 person as the same rank as me that I worked with from August to October of 2004.  The three people that signed interviews that I worked with were all supervisors.  I was the only Security Guard to be allegedly interviewed from August to October of 2004.

I would like to argue while I worked during the week Monday to Friday, UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern was not stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA.  Michelle Ahern did not start stealing from UPS in Chelmsford until I switched to a weekend shift.  I would like to argue I was the only Securitas employee that did their job and searched UPS employees so I therefore was discriminated against.

 

In Section II – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau did report during an investigation interview complaint of inappropriate behavior by his supervisor.”

I am curious what was the alleged investigation Securitas was doing.  The Alice Schofield interview does not match the Alice Schofield Incident Report she signed 1 day after her interview.  I was not even named in the Incident Report Alice Schofield signed.

Section II – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The complaint was thoroughly investigated; letters advising the results of the investigation were sent to the appropriate parties and Mr. Deveau’s immediate supervisor was appropriately reprimanded.”

I do not understand how any complaint I did to Securitas was thoroughly investigation.  Securitas did not interview 1 Security Guard I normally worked with, Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, Securitas did not reference 1 Incident report, Securitas did not reference 1 surveillance tape., Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee.

You really expect me to believe they investigated the work environment at UPS in Chelmsford, MA, when Michelle Ahern stole probably close to $250,000 worth of prescription drugs she got through the guard shacks manned by Securitas employees.  Michelle Ahern would have been on as many as 9 different surveillance cameras going through the guard shacks.

In Section II – Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau was reprimanded also reprimanded for inappropriate conversations.”

If that statement was true that I had inappropriate conversations why didn’t Shift Supervisor Schofield, UPS Site Supervisor Adams, or Securitas Operations Manager Taveras write me up.  All 3 of them outranked me and could have fired me.  Securitas wrote me up because I complained about one of their precious supervisors.

In Section II – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “Respondent also accommodated Mr. Deveau’s request to be moved to a different shift.”

I agree I did get a shift change after I complained.  I was working during the week Mon – Fri on the Alice Schofield shift.   The interview with my name on it is 100%, I was not working happily on the weekends at the time and date on that interview.  So there is no way I could have had all those made up conversations Securitas said I had with UPS Site Supervisor Adams.  Securitas said I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams in early October on a Sunday morning.  During that time I was on the Alice Schofield shift, as it is clearly stated here, I was not awarded a shift change until I complained.

In Section III – Company Background

What Securitas submitted in this section is partial true.  I am not going to argue they lied but they did not tell the whole truth.  Comparing this background to the background section on their website it does not match.   There is no mention of Securitas AB in their background.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He received a 5% pay increase on May 7, 2004.”

That is false I received a 2.5% raise, my pay went from $10/hour to $10.25/hour

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “On October 25, 2004, during an investigation interview Mr. Deveau advised the interviewer that his immediate supervisor, was telling his fellow employees about the embarrassing incident.”

Now, Securitas stated, I was awarded a shift change after I complained, the October 25, 2004.  With that date there is no way I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams since I was still working during the week, and was not awarded a shift change at that point.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “An investigation outcome letter is sent to all the pertinent parties with appropriate warnings.”

The incident report dated October 19, 2004, states William Adams and Joshua Lindeman had a very inappropriate conversation about Alice Schofield, Joshua Lindeman was never reprimanded.  According to the William Adams interview Securtias Operations Manager Raul Taveras drilled me with questions about my personal life he was never reprimanded.

In Section V – Policies and Procedures

Unlike Sherry K. Pinchak, Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description.

Securitas picks and chooses when to follow their legendary policies, in the Job dsescrtiption handed in by Sherry K. Pinchak.  She speaks of writing reports, no daily activity reports, incident reports, or surveillance tapes where ever handed in involving anything I reported to Securitas.

In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle worked at the very same UPS in Chelmsford Securitas guards had a contract for.  Michelle walked out of that facility with possible 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs over a period of 19 months November 2004 to June 2006, Securitas did not follow their own policies and search her bags or person or Michelle would not have been able to discard the boxes on Brick Kiln Road on her drive home from UPS.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau complaint of sexual discrimination is inaccurate.  The respondent never discriminated against Mr. Deveau.  Mr. Deveau advised Respondent during an investigation interview that his immediate supervisor was sexual harassing him by telling fellow employees of an embarrassing incident that had occurred.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me until I was introduced to Joshua Lindeman several months after the ladder fell.

What was Securitas investigating?

At the time and date on the interview with my name on it, I was not happily working weekends, as Securitas admits in this complaint I was not awarded a shift change until after I complained.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “The complaint was included in the ongoing investigation and found to be true.  All pertinent parties were advised of the results of the investigation; each was counseled on proper behavior in the workplace and the contents of the Respondent’s sexual harassment policy.  Disciplinary warnings were given to offending participants, including Mr. Deveau. As policy guidelines had been followed, the complaint was closed.”

Again if Securitas wants to say I was awarded a shift change after I complained on October 25, 2004, then I was not working with the weekends with William Adams.  I worked on the Alice Schofield shift which was Mon-Fri. The interview with my name on it could not have occurred.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 1 

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau never discussed his concerns about sexual harassment he felt he was experiencing until he was being interviewed regarding another investigation.”

What was this alleged investigation?

How can Securitas say I never discussed it, both UPS Site Supervisor Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said I was so mad I was going to take people to court.

Again, if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then I could not have been working weekends with William Adams in early October.  I was not awarded a shift change until several weeks later

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 2 and 3

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau has several means of reporting concerns of harassment including advising his next level of supervisor, advising the Branch Manager, advising Human resources, and/or contacting the AlertLine communication device.  Mr. Deveau chose not to utilize any of these mechanisms.”

If you read the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras interviews both of them state I was so made I was considering taking people to court.  UPS Site Supervisor Adams was my next level of Supervisor, and Raul Taveras was his supervisor.  So that statement is false.  Also did Securitas not say I told Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan in their made up interview they swear by with the October 25, 2004 date on it.

Does Securitas want to explain where Kevin Phelan was in my chain of command?

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “As soon as Mr. Deveau reported the incidents during the investigation interview Respondent took immediate action.”
Again if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then that interview is false I could not have been working weekends with William Adams since I was not awarded a shift change until after this investigative interview.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “It interviewed the appropriate parties, gathering facts and determining results.”

With no surveillance tapes, no daily activity reports, no incident reports, none of the normal people I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift even interview, no UPS employees interviewed that statement Securitas made is false.

If you look at Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern you know UPS in Chelmsford is recorded.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “All pertinent parties were advised of the results; appropriate disciplinary actions were initiated and they were counseled on appropriate behavior in the work place.”

Securitas wrote up everyone that complained to their office, I do not know how that is legal

The term I find hard to swallow is “appropriate disciplinary actions”

Who did I have any inappropriate conversations with?  I did not work weekends with William Adams until after I was awarded a shift change before that I worked on the Alice Schofield shift, and no one that I normally worked with said anything about conversations I had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 7

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau and his immediate supervisor were assigned to different shifts.”

The date on the interview with my name on it is October 25, 2004.  According to this statement I was working the Alice Schofield shift.  So I was not working with William Adams.  Securitas lied their asses off about the imaginary conversation myself and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 8

Securitas stated, “This is a frivolous complaint needlessly filed after the fact.”

I complained to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on November 9, 2004, because Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan wrote me up for complaining about Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield in my opinion.  I did bring with me to MCAD the outcome letter I received and the counseling and corrective action report I got on the same day.  MCAD wanted some background information.  That would be retaliation.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 9,

Securitas stated, ”Respondent properly handled this complaint and appropriate action and counseling were meted out to the appropriate parties.”

How did Securitas handle this complaint appropriately?  They lied their asses off about doing any sort of investigation they wrote me up because they fucking felt like it.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 10 and 11,

Those two sentences are the opinion of Securitas

 

 

Securitas Exhibits in their legal response in MCAD docket Number 04BEM03042

I would like to look at the interviews they submitted first.  The first one in the numerical order they submitted is Alice Schofield interview.

The first question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks: “Who told you that Bill Adams had made statements pertaining to you?”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield’s answer, “ Josh Lindeman told me that Bill said things like “she’s the biggest bitch I’ve ever worked for.  She would write you up for having a moustache; she writes people up for no reason.”

Securitas did not produce 1 document to support where that question came from.  You see life happens in a time order, the date on this interview is October 25, 2004.  Now Alice Schofield did indeed write an incident report about it, but it was not signed until October 26, 2004 which is the day after this interview.

Also if Alice Schofield would write summon up for having a moustache she would only be following UPS well documented personal appearance policy.

Securitas also never submitted anything about Alice writing people up.  That would have had some insight about my work environment

The second question and answer in the interview and the first question and answer on the second page in the Alice Schofield is

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you had any issues with Bill before?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’ve written Bill up before.  Back in March when he was working on one of the trucks we were being audited and I told him he needed to get down while the truck was running.  He called me every name in the book in front of 7 trucks and three other guard (John Clark was one).”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you feel uncomfortable working with him?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’m a professional and will do my job, but I don’t want to have anything to do with him that is not work related.  He must have gotten the hint from Raul because he didn’t say anything to me last night.  One more thing: back in March, I heard he told Raul that “I stayed outside all night so that I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Alice Schofield cited 7 UPS truck drivers as witnesses, and three other guards about something that happened to her back in March.

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports about it, incident reports, or even look for any surveillance tapes.  They only questioned 1 person about that exact quote.  The only person Raul Taveras and when Raul Taveras was asked about it still makes no sense to me.

 

The fourth bold statement in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Go on about what you heard Bill say.”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield response, “On Josh Lindeman’s first night of training, he heard all this negative stuff about the supervisor (meaning her). He expected some “mean ogre” to be there after hearing what bill had to say.  Bill also told him I had sexual intercourse with other guards on my shift.  I found out just recently that Brett Deveau was mentioned as one of those guards.”
During the telling of Securitas story using an exact first and last name is a rarity.

Now if you want to believe this interview, why was I not even named in an Incident report Supervisor Schofield signed the day after this interview.  Supervisor Schofield even used the “mean ogre” comment in both.

Supervisor Schofield probably called Josh Lindeman a dozen times a week, so how could Josh Lindeman be expecting a mean ogre.  Also Josh Lindeman and Alice Schofield had a prior work history as discussed in the Raul Taveras interview, and Josh Lindeman interview they worked together at the United States Postal Service.  Why did Alice not tell Kevin Phelan about this work history?

 

The next question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened after you wrote Bill up?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “Bill told me I walked in Sunday night (11:55) that the report was laughed out of the Lowell office; that I had no right to write him up because they’re both supervisors.  I was going to get a written warning myself for this.  I ignored him because I know his temper even though he said it three more times.  His comment when I was going out the door was that he said Brett told him that he had slept with me and that Brett was going to take me civil court.”

I have several problems trying to believe this answer.

  1.  Supervisor Alice Schofield tells Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan at his Lowell Office, that the report Alice Schofield wrote got laughed out of this very office, and it did not provoke a response from the person doing the interview.
  2. Who did Supervisor Schofield think was going to write up her up?
  3. Supervisor Schofield hammers home that point, that I was running my mouth about having sex with her, but yet I did not even get an honorable mention on an incident report she signed the day after this interview.

The Amended question in the Alice Schofield interview last question page 2

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you talk about sex and sex toys while at work?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “No, I don’t.”

According to the Securitas time order, just when was that questioned asked?  This question will also be discussed in privacy law violations.

The first Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any issues with any of your fellow employees at the UPS Site?”

Securitas made up answer, “I requested not to work with Alice anymore.  She’s been sexual harassing me since the middle of August.  My pants got caught in ladder and fell down and she’s made jokes ever since.    She just told Josh (Lindeman) last Tuesday.  I told Raul that if he didn’t remove me from her schedule I’d file a complaint.  He did that and I’m happy with the resolution.  I work 32 hours on the weekends and am happy with that.”

I have several problems with this answer compared to Securitas response statement.

  1.  Securitas said in their response statement written by Laura A. Wilson I was not awarded a shift change until after this made up interview, so there is no way I could be happily working 32 hours on the weekends.
  2. Securitas says I told Securitas Operation Manager Raul Taveras and he put me on the weekends, Raul Taveras was 2 supervisors over me.  That would follow their chain of command they said I did not follow.
  3. Securitas couldhave submitted daily activity reports, to support this made up answer and they did not.
  4. Joshua Lindeman signed the incident report stating 10/19/04 was his first night here, the date on this interview is 6 days after that.  There is no way I was happily working 32 hours on the weekends.

The second Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you tell anyone you feel you were being sexual harassed?”

The made up answer, “Yes, my account manager.  I asked to be taken off her shift and that if I didn’t I was going to file a lawsuit against him.”

Look individual people are to fucking poor generally for me to want to sue.  Really I didn’t talk about Raul Taveras legendary business if I was that mad at Raul talking to someone else.

The fourth Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you work with Bill Adams as your supervisor?”

Securitas made up answer, “I work with him on weekends.”

Look as Securitas argued I was not awarded a shift change until after the date of this made up interview, so I was not working with Bill on the weekends.  Alice Schofield shift was Mon-Fri she owned her own business and was a single mother.

The fifth and sixth question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever heard him using inappropriate language?”
The made up answer, “no.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Ever him swear at anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Never”

Look I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, William Adams and Alice Schofield waged a political campaign over Raul Taveras job.  Raul said if his business takes off he would step down.  Those two thought they were the only 2 qualified they fought constantly.

The seventh question and answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “have you ever heard hin be abusive to anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Like Alice, he can joke with people.   He has apologized if he’s offended me.  He once made a joke about my hair, but stopped after that one time and apologized.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams before the time dated on this interview.  I worked the Alice Schofield shift.

The 8 and 9 question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever tell Bill you slept with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “I never slept with her.”

For the one and only time Securitas wants you to believe they now asked for clarity

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan, “That was not my question.  Your person life is your own business.  Did you ever tell him that you slept with her?”

Securitas made up answer, “No, I didn’t.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield shift.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams started as a part time employee collecting 100% disability, I worked at the IRS in addition to Securitas, I also attended UML.

So when are me and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams going to have all these magical conversations.

 

The first made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “You told Alice that you were thinking of taking Raul to civil court because he’s the account manager.  What was the issue with that?”

Securitas made up answer, “I was going to see what charges I could file against Raul.  I complained to him about Alice’s behavior.  If he didn’t move me, I was going to press charges.  He put me on weekends and I’m fine.  If he hadn’t done anything about it he would have to the Attorney General.”

Look I tried reporting Raul Taveras for billing UPS for hundreds if not thousands of hours he did not work while he worked at his own business, I tried to report that Raul Taveras was one of Eddie Maldendo better customers.  As this office has the power to do, please look through the emails I sent the FBI.

So yeah, there is some truth in that.

But you want to believe I said that to an HR Manager and he didn’t even ask a follow up question.

The second made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “Yes.  She wrote me up for not showing up for a shift I wasn’t scheduled for on 10/21.  Raul called me back and I came in for him.  He apologized for that.”

Nice rich answer her, were the write up?

The third made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues?”

Securitas made up answer, “I’ve seen a lot of illegal activity at the site.  I’ve seen Raul work a triple shift before.  One time he worked 28 straight hours.  Another problem with Alice is that before last week, she hadn’t written up a white person.  (Clark late four times no write up). Amid gets written up for being late once.”

Yes, I have seen a lot of illegal activity.  Eddie Maldendo buying and selling stolen goods, Juan DeLeon buying and selling drugs, I recently learned about Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern who was at least in and out of court for stealing IWP deliveries. As for Raul Taveras he would pencil himself in for shifts guards blew off, that why he would be scheduled for 28 straight hours.

Also if I dropped the names john Clark and Amid why wasn’t either interviewed.

The last made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Is there anything else you’d like to add?”

Securitas made up answer, “Raul would have been condoning sexual harassment. I have 30-40 witnesses of that.  She told everyone the story of my pants coming off.”

I probably had 30 or so Securitas coworkers at the UPS client site

 

Securitas wants you to believe this interview happened.  It is not signed.  My counseling and corrective action report is clearly signed.

MCAD allowed Securitas almost 56 days to create this story, they typed up this interview after I field my claim.

The counseling and corrective action report I signed was signed 10 days after this made up interview.  I signed the Counseling and Corrective Action report on November 4, 2004.  That bullshit interview was 10/25/04.

 

Next I would like to look at the William Adams interview

The First Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have conversations about Alice Schofield’s personal life?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “I did have one with Brett about three weeks ago.  It was in front of one or two other guards, but I can’t remember who is was with, Not sure of the date, but I think it was a Sunday morning.”

Securitas could have referenced work schedules to know the people who UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was referring to.  Securitas could have referenced Daily Activity reports.

Securitas probably made up this interview at their US Corporate Headquarters.

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams on weekends until I was awarded a shift change.  Three weeks before this date is October 5, 2004, at that point in time I was not awarded my shift change.

Securitas also had full knowledge of Joshua Lindeman first night were UPS Site Supervisor William Adams went off for probably hours about Alice Schofield.

The Second Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What was the conversation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett was saying how he was in love with Alice but because she had issues he may not be able to see her anymore.  That’s when I said, “You did have sex with her, right?” When it got around to her (three weeks later), she wrote me up.”

Really you want me to believe he does not remember the date or who was there.  But he remembers the exact conversation.  Bullshit.

Securitas had the ability to look at daily activity reports and schedules to see who was there.

Now if Alice wrote Bill Adams up where is it?

And when would that have been.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said 3 weeks ago he had a conversation with me, and three weeks later when Alice Schofield got wind of it she wrote Up UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.  Was that what Alice Schofield said William said got laughed out of the Lowell Office?

Again the lack of questions helps shows Securitas made up this whole damn thing.

The Third Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever called her a “bitch” or a bull dike?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “No. And since I heard that she had sex with the guys, why would I call her that?”

Where did this question come from?

No one in the interview process uses the term “bull dike” until the Joshua Lindeman interview which was done the day after the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview.

The fifth Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have an issue with her back in March?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “ Yes.  She followed me up a ladder and it was very unsafe.  I got mad and said a couple of swears, I apologized the next day.”

Now if you wish to believe the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield interview, she said UPS Site Supervisor William Adams told Securitas Operations Managaer Raul Taveras, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned about that exact phrase but UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was not

The seventh Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever refer to her as a bitch or tell anyone she writes everyone up for everything?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “I didn’t refer to her as a bitch but I did say she was a control freak.  She does write everyone up.  She sees a squirrel and writes it down.”

Now if Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did indeed write everyone up for everything, why didn’t Securitas submit those to MCAD.  It could have shown hostile work environment.

The first Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Sunday night?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “She tried to write me up and I told her that she couldn’t because I’m a supervisor just as she is. I told her Raul would explain the rest of it to her.”

This does not match what Alice Schofield said about according to her, it was laughed out of the Lowell Office.

Is this a question off of the second question and answer in the Alice Schofield interview?

The third Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett tell you he’d had sexual intercourse with Alice?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “He came to pick up his check this past Friday and that’s when he admitted to Raul with me present that he had sex with Alice.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras gave a different story of this past Friday

Also on Friday I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I had no reason to come back there to get my check.

The Securitas pay week was wed-tues or something they were to cheap to pay over time for weekends.

The fifth Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Can you shed any light on the Brett pants situation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett doesn’t wear any underwear under his pant, She embarrassed him in front of Linderman on his first day.  Alice was psyched to see him, Brett saw her say hi and she turned to Josh and said, “this is Brett, he liked to get naked in the feeder lanes.” “Lindeman was siting on the counter and Alice was in between his legs hugging him when Brett came in the door.”

No one else said Alice Schofield was between Josh Lindeman’s legs.  Josh did say Alice made an unusual request for him at work.  Nor did Securitas question anyone about Alice Schofield’s position.

The fact that someone I didn’t even work with had this level of detail is just remarkable

The First Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Friday when Brett Deveau came in on Friday to pick up his check?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answers, “He and Bill were going outside on Bill’s requested.  I told them I needed to listen to the conversation.  Bill asked, “Do you remember that day when we were talking and it came up in conversation that you said that ‘I love her?’ Well, didn’t you say you had sex with her?” Brett answered yes.”

Problems I have with this

  1. It differs from what UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said happened in his interview.
  2. Really, I went to UML, I worked for Securitas.  Raul Taveras owned his own business and William Adams collected 100% disability when he originally started for Securitas.
  3. I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Alice Schofield shift.
  4. The contract was for 700 guard hours per week, their would have been at least 2 other Securitas employees that would have witnessed this conversation.

 

The Second Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have any conversations with Alice about her relationship with Brett?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “She said that story’s all a lie and she can prove it with her own family doctor.  Brett was helping her at the house, cleaning up the bird cages she has for her business.  She was getting volunteers off the internet, and Brett volunteered to help.  They were friendly, and then one day it just stopped. He jokes around normally, but lately its been all business with her.”

I have several problems with that answer.

  1. Who the fuck talks that way?  What could her family Doctor possible prove?
  2. There where no phone calls between myself and Alice Schofield since around August 12, 2004, no calls to baby sit, no calls to pick something up at the store, no booty calls.
  3. I never ran into any volunteers off the internet, she was a single mother.  I have a hard time buying she did that.
  4. Raul was aware she was running her mouth about the pants incident for months at least until Josh Lindeman started and he could not figure it out.

 The fourth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ask to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No. He asked me to move him to a weekend schedule.  He never told me why.  But after Lindeman came along, they clashed.  That’s when all the crazyness started.  He said that he did not want to work with him.  I had him work the rest of the week and then he never had to work with him again.”
Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield worked Mon to Fri she had a kid and did not work weekends, how is asking for a weekend schedule not asking to get moved from her schedule?

Again he knows Alice Schofield was running her mouth for months about what happened to me.

The fifth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Why didn’t he want to work with Josh?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Brett said he didn’t want to work with Lindeman because he was playing with a Gameboy on their first day together.  Also, because he takes half hour bathroom breaks.”

This answer does not match when Josh Lindeman said he whipped out his Gameboy

UPS does upto 600 trucks between 10 pm to 2AM.  UPS in Chelmsford moves 325,000 parcels into and out of that facility between 11 PM to 7 AM.  Josh Lindeman barricaded himself in the bathroom for 60 to 75 minutes to start every shift I worked with him.  30 minutes would have been a god send.

First question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett ask you specifically that he did not to work with Alice?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “A week or two before Lindeman came, he said he didn’t want to work that shift anymore.  He never gave me a reason why.  His mood changed, and he said he wanted to work on weekends.”

 

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras now if I told Raul Taveras I did not want to work with Alice, how can he say I never asked to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?

Third question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ever threaten to take you to court?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Not me, Securitas, yes. Alice, Yes.”

Raul Taveras wants you to believe I threatened to take people to court but I never told him why I didn’t want to work with Alice Schofield.

Sixth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Anything else you want to tell me?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “There’s been worse that’s happened than someone playing with a Gameboy.  Chris was reading a book at the time, Brett was leaning against the wall.  There was no trucks.  I think it was jealously or something.”

First off when was this?

Why wasn’t Chris interviewed?

Who is Chris?

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield spent her night reading romance novels and calling Josh Lindeman before he started.

Seventh and eighth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you there the first time Josh came to the sight?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No, but I heard that they hugged and were happy to see each other.  They worked together at the Post office.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Who told you they hugged when they saw each other?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “basically everyone on the shift.  Alice is pretty professional, so when they saw that they thought it was kind of strange.”

The only person that said they hugged was UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan investigation was so through he couldn’t even look at the schedule from the week before.

Ninth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you remember Bill saying he “stayed outside so he wouldn’t kill the bitch?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “I remember him saying he stayed outside, but I don’t remember the other part.”

You want me to believe Raul Taveras has the ability to answer this question without a last name or a time reference.

The Guard contract was for 700 hours a week, and there is over ten thousand UPS employees that work at UPS in Chelmsford or out of there.

At no other point in the interview was Raul Taveras asked 1 question about UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

First Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard Bill Adams make unprofessional remarks about Alice Schofield?”

Joshua Lindeman gives a long winded answer.  He probably read the Incident Report him and Alice Schofield signed the day before.

No where in the incident report or Joshua Lindeman answer did he say my name, so how did Alice Schofield drop my name?

Second Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened when you first saw Alice?”

Securitas Security Guard Floater Joshua Lindeman answer,” When I finally saw Alice, we were happy to see each other as we worked together at the USPS.  I told her about my conversation with Bill.  When Raul showed up, she told him what I told her about my conversation with Bill.”

Supervisor Alice Schofield did not talk about this conversation in her interview.  Why wouldn’t Joshua Lindeman tell Raul Taveras himself?  There was an 8 hour time lapse between when UPS Site Supervisor William Adams left and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras arrived.  There is no mention about Alice Schofield being in between Josh Lindeman legs hugging him that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said occurred.

Third Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you playing a gameboy?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “Yes. My second day, because I realized there was dead time during the end of the shift.  I never played it when trucks were there.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said he whipped his Gameboy out on 1st day.

fourth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard any other rumors about sexual relations at the facility?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “No. Only when Bill made reference to Alice and the employee that she had tagged.”

Where did Alice Schofield get my name in her interview?  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said in his interview he had a conversation with me about 3 weeks ago, then later on when it got back to her 3 weeks later he wrote him up.  Why doesn’t Josh have any recollection of that?

fifth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you witnessed Alice yelling at other employees?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answered, “Not really.  She doesn’t raise her tone, but she does tell us to do things that I’m not used to.  We’ve had conversations that have risen, but not yelling.  Just getting into the conversations.”

What did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ask Josh Lindeman to do that he’s not used to?

By this point he was at UPS in Chelmsford 8 days.

Joshua Lindeman did not say anywhere in his interview he called Alice Schofield.  I strongly believe the two of them had a relationship on some level.  The government can look up phone history then compare it to all the underlined points Securitas made in their exhibits.

Alice Schofield’s outcome letter

With all the outcome letters some sections where definitely copy paste.

I would like to look at the first paragraph of Alice Schofield outcome letter

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 3rd paragraph of the Alice Schofield outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

My Outcome Letter – first paragraph

 

Securitas HR Kevin Phelan stated, “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by Alice Schofield.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 Incident report 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 4rd paragraph of my outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras did not even agree on the magical Friday I came in to pick up my check

I would now like to look at the William Adams Outcome letter 1st paragraph

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Where in the William Adams interview, did William report anything related to Inappropriate conversations.

He said he was scared shit of G. Yepez and they never even interviewed G. Yepez.

I am not saying he didn’t get question on, but actually reported it.

Securitas Policies

I would know like to look at the Employment Standards acknowledgment

Securitas took the time to underline 3 points.

  1. “I agree to cooperate with the Company and its clients in any investigation requested by Securitas. I will voluntarily participate in any investigation, interview or any other test or procedure requested by management.”

I was interviewed by Securitas, I am not going to deny that.  About 2 weeks after MCAD Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras asked if I would go down to HR and answer questions about Alice Schofield.  I told him everything I had to say I told MCAD.  With an open legal argument I was content in collecting unemployment if they fired me.

  1. “Securitas’ policy prohibits romantic, sexual relationships, or any other relationship which creates a potential conflict of interest, discord, or distraction that interfere with workplace productivity.”

Throughout the Securitas story they tried to argue I was in a relationship with Alice, expressing my undying love for her and going off about the legendary sex.  Look I was not even calling Alice Schofield but you know who was? Josh Lindeman.  Really Josh Lindeman gets strattled by Alice Schofield and hugged by Alice Schofield which both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras says occurred.  That someone does not violate this section, bull shit.

  1. “I agree to conduct myself in a professional manner at all times. Profanity, facially or sexually charged or explicit jokes or language, or any form of violence or threat of violence while on post or while employed will not be tolerated.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams called G. Yepez “a piece of shit” Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield agreed with him.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned on the following phrase, “Bill Adams said he worked outside all night so he wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  How does that not violate this section.

I would now like to look at their policy Against harassment and discrimination

How did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield behavior not violate?

-“Verbal harassment of a sexual nature, lewd comment, sexual jokes or references, or offensive personal references”

-“Demeaning, insulting, intimidating or sexual suggestive comments about an individual’s personal appearance”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ran her mouth about what happened to me for 2 months and that is what they admitted to.

Next I would like to look at Discipline and termination guidelines.

Securitas underlined two points 2, and 20

  1. “Illegal discrimination or harassment”.

According to their own policy they should have fired her on the spot.

  1. “Willful or repeated violation of Company code of business ethics, it is sexual harassment policy or other forms of unlawful discrimination.”

My immediate supervisor made fun about what happened to me, she was a member of the opposite sex.  She should have been fired on the spot.

 

Job Description questions

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Sherry K Pinchak did submit in 06BEM01793

I would like to argue since Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description that Laura A Wilson committed fraud.

My Securitas coworkers did not preform their job descriptions while I was there, this could have caused a hostile work environment for me.  After all Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield got made fun of for trying to follow policy in her opinion. After all it was clearly stated that Alice Schofield would write everything up.

Under Essential Functions I would like to quote the following

Point 1.,“Controls access to client facility through the admittance process, assists visitors with a legimate need to gain entry to the facility, screens visitors and client employees in an efficient manner in order to expedite thei admittance to the facility.”

.Point 4, “Monitors entrances and exits, prevents unapproved or unlawful entry, controls entrances, the movement of people and vechicles, and parking, operates a gate and examines vehicle contents; monitors remote entrances using closed circuit television; operates remote access devices; in a calim manner directs person who cause a disturbance to leave the property.”

Point 7. “Prepares logs or reports as required for site; writes or types reports or enters information in a computer using standard grammer; inspects security control logs and takes action as required.”

Point 8. “observes and reports incidents or suspicious activity to client representatives , company management, life/safety personal or public safety authorities as appropriate for the circumstances and/or as required by the site.”

Point 10. “Acts to ensure that all property removal is conducted within appropriate policy requirements and in accord with client standards, identifies client products or materials among items carried by client employees or visitors.”

Now looking at those 4 points, Securitas guards did not do their job during the week.  Michelle Ahern walked out with about a dozen or two dozens boxes of prescription drugs from IWP.  Michelle Ahern stole from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, from November 04 to June 06.  If the Securitas did their job she would have never been able to do that.

Securitas guards I worked with violated multiple points of the basic job descrtiption.  It might help explain why Securitas Senior employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a copy of the job description.

Michelle Ahern did not start stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, until I switched to a weekend shift.  UPS does not offer package handling shifts on the weekends.

 

 

 

 

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 06BEM01793

The following is the second paragraph of an introduction under Dear. Ms. Hope:

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge. This information is produced solely in response to this charge and is not to be used for any other matter”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or even interview all the Securitas employees that where there on July 24, 2006.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 1 Sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There was no discrimination based on retaliation or for any other unlawful reason.”

The Securitas guards assigned at the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford, MA.  Did not do their day to day job description functions as assigned by their own job description.  I was targeted by Raul Taveras when he saw me.  In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle confessed to throwing away IWP boxes on her ride home from work.  In order to get from the UPS main package handling facility to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks that Securitas guards where assigned to.  Since Michelle Ahern stole close to $100,000 worth of prescription drugs Securitas guards did not even search people that passed through the guard shack.

Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from UPS in Chelmsford MA from November 2004 to June 2006, the time period of the alleged MCAD investigation was from November 2004 to May 2006.

Note: The Michelle Ahern story I read in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it was written by Lowell Sun court reporter Lisa Redmond.  I tried contacting Lisa she was unavailable for comment.

If there was no discrimination why was I targeted by Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras during a UPS open house.

Section I Summary of employer’s Position Paragraph I last two sentences

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s employment with the Company was not terminated.  Claimant quit his employment with the Company in August of 2005.”

From the Police Report dated July 24, 2006, at 407 PM, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told the responding police officers, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Granted I do agree with what Securitas wrote with these 2 sentences, but it does not match what Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told responding police officers.  According to MGL Chapter 268 Section I, I do not have to prove which statement is false just that both cannot be true.

Also I was not working for Securitas at the time of the complaint, so Summary of employer position is also false.  I was collecting unemployment in July of 2006.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 1

Securitas states, “At the end of July 2006, Claimant was found trespassing on the UPS client site and taking unauthorized pictures of the grounds.”

The responding Police Officer never questioned me about trespassing.  No surveillance tapes where ever handed over to the police or MCAD.  If I was trespassing why didn’t Securitas just hand over the tapes.

According to the Lisa Redmond court report in the Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern case, the Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff had UPS surveillance tapes in that case from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford Ma.  According to the Lisa Redmond article Michelle Ahern was caught on tape.

Despite UPS being recorded Securitas made no attempt to hand over those surveillance tapes.

On July 24, 2006, around 4PM, I attended a UPS open house.  By attending a UPS open house during the time period UPS posted in the Lowell Sun, Sunday July 23, 2006, I was invited to UPS and was not trespassing.

I was collecting unemployment from the commonwealth of Massachusetts attending an open house for a business that was hiring.

There is no mention of the open house UPS was having in July 2006 anywhere in the response statement written by Sherry K Pinchak.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “When Claimant refused to leave, the security officers on duty did their job, and called the police.”
I disagree, I left when Security Officer Raymond Woodman asked me to, or I would have been there when responding police officers arrived.

On June 16, 2015, responding police officers from several towns arrived at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

So it is possible the Billerica Police could have responded sooner.

If I did not leave when asked I would have been there when police arrived.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “While he alleges discrimination based on retaliation for filing a previous MCAD claim, his claims have no merit.”

Look Securitas called the police on me during a UPS open house.  I really doubt I was the only non UPS employee there that day.

Securitas did not submit any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, to support their made up story.  Securitas did not even submit a copy of the responding police officer’s report which they could have got for $1.

Securitas never told MCAD or the responding police officers, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was indeed my former supervisor. Raul Taveras was my listed supervisor on my counseling and corrective actions report that was handed in by Securitas in my previous MCAD complaint.

I knew 5 out of the 7 people Securitas used in their story, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor, arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt was a Security Guard when I worked with him, Security Guard Ray Woodman was also a coworker of mine when I worked there.  Securitas also quoted Lost Prevention Supervisors Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga who both worked for UPS when I was a guard at UPS.  Also in the Ray Woodman interview Ray speaks of me yelling at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Would those 5 people have acted that way according to Securitas if I did not know them?

Section II Company Background

Look I did some research before ever filing 1 legal action at the United States District Courts.  The company background section does not match the history section posted on their web site which is http://www.securitas.com/us/en/.

There is no mention of Securitas AB anywhere within what they submitted to MCAD in either claim.

It is not what they said is false, it is what they said is a partial truth which is a false statement.

I attached some screen shots I took of that website I am submitting with this complaint.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 1 sentences 2 and 3

Securitas states, In May 2004, Claimant received 5% salary increase.  Clearly, there was no discrimination.”

Why did they add that last sentence, would the second sentence not have been enough?

First off the raise I got was 2.5% not 5%, if it was 5% that would be more true.  My pay went from $10/hour to $10.25 an hour.

Securitas Guard Eddie Maldendo and his customers all got a raise to at least $10.50/hour

I tried arguing how much crime occurred at UPS in Chelmsford MA, while I was there see Brett Deveau v. Chelmsford Police Department, and Brett Deveau v. Michael J. Sullivan, United States District Attorney, Boston District.  Both were filed at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse, United States District Courts.

Thanks to the Lowell Sun, court reporter Lisa Redmond, I can now add, Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.

The only way Michelle Ahern, walked through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at with boxes of prescription drugs is if Securitas guards did not do their jobs at all, or some of them got a cut to look the other way.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “In October 2004, a ladder fell from a truck accidentally tearing Claimant’s pants off leaving Claimant naked from the waist down.  He alleged that other employees made light of this and alleged this to be sexual harassment.”

First off, in the first MCAD complaint Securitas stated in their response it happened in August of 2004.

Secondly, I handed MCAD a copy of my outcome letter when I filed my first MCAD complaint, in Securitas response in my first MCAD complaint Securitas also handed MCAD an outcome letter of their investigation.  So, I didn’t have to allege shit.  It was a fact that other people made fun of me.

Thirdly, no where in Securitas first response to MCAD did they say I was naked from the waist down.

Fourthly, Julian Oliveras had full knowledge of what happened to me in the feeder lanes and I never worked with him.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 4

Securitas stated, “On December 3, 2004, Claimant filed a claim of sexual harassment with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination  which was dismissed in May 2006.”

I filed my first MCAD complaint on November 9, 2004.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 5

Securitas stated, “:In August 2005, Claimant quit his employment with the Company.”

I do not disagree with that statement, but it does not match what they told responding police officers on July 24, 2006 at 407 PM, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher stated, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Why did they not tell that to responding police officers?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 1

Securitas stated, “Around July 24, 2006, at 4:00 PM, Claimant was seen taking pictures of and walking around the grounds of the UPS client site.”

First off, it was on July 24, 2006 around 4PM.  Secondly I was unemployed in July 2006, Securitas was not my employer.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He was an unauthorized visitor.”

I do not understand how someone collecting unemployment, showing up within the time period of a company hiring during an open house, is an unauthorized visitor.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “Claimant had never mentioned to the security officers on duty that he was applying for a job at UPS.”

Really, if I never mentioned that to my former supervisor, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras how did he know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  The company I left Securitas for because I wanted out of there so bad was Target, from August of 2005 to October 2005 I worked the overnight sort at target in Nashua, NH, which I assume would be similar to unloading a truck for UPS.  Raul stated in his interview submitted with this made up story I got laid off from Benchmark Electronics.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 4

Securitas stated, “Of note, the UPS Human Resources Department is across the street and in a separate building that is not in view of the Company security officers.”

Look to the best of my knowledge that statement is true, but Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said in his interview I did not go near the Human Resources building.  MGL Ch. 268 Section 1, states I do not have to prove which statement is fraudulent.  That statement does not match their exhibits.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “In the beginning of august 2006, Claimant filed a complaint with the Company stating that the security personal on duty had allegedly prevented him from applying for work at UPS because they had knowledge of a previous claim of discrimination that was filed on December 3, 2004.”

I filed a claim at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006, I never filed a claim at their offices.  In August of 2006 they would have gotten my Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint in the mail.

Securitas admitted they called the police on me, so how does accusing me of trespassing not prevent me from applying for work?

Also my first claim was filed on November 9, 2004, not on December 3, 2004.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “Valerie Kerin, Human Resources Manager conducted a prompt and throughout investigation. No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.  The investigation showed the following:”

Valerie Kerin, did not use any daily activity reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not use any Incident Reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not reference any surveillance reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not get a copy of the police report in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview any UPS employees in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there in her investigation, in the Ray Woodman interview he speaks of arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt, which really must have pissed Ray off Steve was on probation when I worked with him, either way Steve Straitt was not interviewed.

Valerie Kerin did leave out, that Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor and Ray Woodman was a former coworker

Valerie Kerin legendary investigation was done by using only the memories of their employees.

Valerie Kerin did not interview Securitas employees Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera who were both named in the Ray Woodman interview.

The Securitas interviews where signed 17 days after they called the police on my ass.

I would like the argue that entire statement is fraudulent

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 4, 3rd and 4th sentence of that paragraph

Securitas stated, “There was no evidence that Claimant was job searching at UPS, when he was seen taking pictures of the UPS client site.  There was no evidence that Claimant was prevented from job seeking at UPS or that he was subjected to discriminatory treatment when he trespassed on UPS property.”

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes or police reports when creating there story.

If there was no evidence I was job seeking how did Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics.  The company I worked for right after Securitas was Target in Nashua, NH.

They freely accused me of trespassing during a UPS open house, how did that not prevent me from looking for work?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 5 does not match Paragraph 7

Paragraph 5 Securitas Stated, “Security Officer Julian Oliveras saw Claimant taking pictures. Security Officer Julian Oliveras was instructed by Account Manager Raul Taveras to inform Claimant that he could not take pictures without authorization and that he would need to leave the property.  Claimant then stated that, “if you do call the police, tell them how you saw my bare ass!” He stated that he would “sue the Company again for sexual harassment that the Company owns half of UPS, and he would sue for 20 million dollars”.”

Now if you compare that bullshit paragraph to what they typed 2 paragraphs later

Paragraph 7 Securitas stated, “Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that he saw Claimant walking towards the guard house taking pictures.  Claimant stated that he wanted to show the “public” what the Company did to him.  Account Manager Raul Taveras told Claimant that he was trespassing and that he did not have permission to take pictures.  Account Manager Raul Taveras admits to calling the police as Claimant emotional state was agitated.   Claimant was angry, and he was shaking and waving his hands in the air.  Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that Claimant had never mentioned applying or filing out an application for UPS.”

Now in paragraph 5, Securitas wants you to believe Account Manager Raul Taveras ordered Julian Oliveras and I would need to leave.  There is nothing about me walking towards the guard house or having a conversation with Raul Taveras.

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  Unless they can answer that, Securitas told a partial truth in their story which is fraud.
There is no mention about my anger or rage in the police report, or me waving my hands in the air.

If all that was true, why didn’t they submit any of the perfectly working surveillance tapes?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 6

Securitas stated, “Security Officer Raymond Woodman stated that he also observed Claimant taking pictures of the client site.  He stated that he saw the Claimant was excited and yelling.  Security Officer Raymond Woodman denies ever hearing the Claimant was filling out an application for UPS.”

Raymond Woodman stated I yelled at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Section V in their response

Look there is a lot of rich material in this section.

I was not a Securitas employee in July of 2006, the Alert line was not an option I had.

According to Securitas own policies, as they highlighted in their own exhibits.  It is against Securitas policy to discuss a Securitas matter with UPS.  With that I doubt Securitas had 1 conversation with anyone from UPS, including both phone conversations they said occurred.

I do not understand the relevance of this section, I was unemployed in July of 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 1.

The first non bold paragraph

Securitas states, “The Company denies knowledge that Claimant was on the UPS client site seeking employment. As discussed in more detail in Section IV, the UPS Human Resources Department is at another location.  Claimant was found on the UPS client site taking unauthorized pictures.  Of note, it is one function of the security officer to prevent unauthorized visitors on the client site.”

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Human Resources building is across the street from the guard shacks, UPS keeps a copy of the HR Building keys at the guard shacks.  There is very little if any package handling jobs at the UPS HR Building.  In order to get to the main package handling building you have to pass through the guard shacks.

Again, they want to say I did all this, they did not submit 1 surveillance tape.
Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 2.

Securitas stated, “Securitas did not prevent Claimant from filing out a UPS application.  The UPS Human resources department was across the street.”

Securitas called the police on my ass, according to them they had multiple phone conversations with UPS employees.  Now, if that was true how would I be not trespassing at UPS HR Building, and considered trespassing at UPS.

Securitas called the police on my ass, and prevented me.

I would like to argue point 2 is false.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 3.

Securitas stated, “Claimant is misrepresenting the facts.  As discussed in more detail in Section IV, Claimant was trespassing on private property.  He had no authorization to “get a feel for the environment”. UPS applicants go to the Human Resources Building located across the street, and do not wander around the client site taking unauthorized pictures.  It was only when Claimant became agitated and irrational, that the security officers on duty called the police.  They were just doing their job..”

Fun facts to show how much BS went into that paragraph.

  1.  In July of 2006, I was collecting unemployment for quitting Benchmark Electronics.  In December of 2005, Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas guard at Benchmark Electronics plowed the parking lots.  It is why I wanted to get a feel for the environment.
  2. UPS on July 24, 2006 was having an open house until 5PM, the Chelmsford Police arrived at 407 PM.
  3. If I was hired by UPS, I would have to pass through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at, at least twice per day.
  4. There was no mention of me being agitated and irrational anywhere in the police report.
  5. If there story was true why did they not just submit the surveillance tapes.  In the article in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it speaks of Michelle Ahern being caught on tape.  At the very same UPS I was at.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS was in June 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 4.

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation of sexual harassment (MCAD #04BEM0304) was dismissed.  The Company does not retaliate against applicants, employees or former employees who choose to file complaints, either through MCAD or internally through the Company.  Claimant’s complaint was investigated by Valerier Kerin, Human Resources Manager who conducted a prompt and throughout investigation in August of 2006 (see Exhibit 5- Investigative notes).  No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.”

Several problems I have with that paragraph

  1. After I filed my first MCAD complaint my work week went from 40 hours a week to 16 hours a week.
  2. Every single person I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift including Alice Schofield was no longer with Securitas less than 3 weeks after my scheduled MCAD conference.  Alice Schofield’s last day was March 3, 2005.
  3. I never complained to Securitas directly, on July 25,2006, I filed with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  4. Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, or police reports in their investigation.
  5. In the Securitas job description that was submitted as an exhibit, you can read about all the report writing their guards are required to do.
  6. Securitas did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there that day, or any UPS employees.
  7. The Securitas interviews are signed 17 days after they called the police on me.
  8. Securitas story of that day does not match the police report.

Securitas lied their asses off about ever doing an investigation.  The lack of material they with held is obstruction of justice.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 5

Securitas Stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation filed in December 2004 had nothing to do with the current actions of the three security officers that were on duty at the client site in July 2006.   There was no retaliation.   Claimant trespassed on client property and took unauthorized pictures of the client site.   He was asked to leave.  He did not.   He became agitated and irrational.  The security officers called the police.  The security guards statements indicated that they had no knowledge that Claimant was applying for a position with UPS.   The guards did not prevent Claimant from walking across the street to apply for a position at UPS.  They did do their job and prevented Claimant from trespassing on the UPS grounds.”

I have several complaints with that paragraph

  1. My previous complaint was filed on November 9, 2004, not in December 2004.
  2. I knew 2 out of 3 Security Guards that were interviewed and 3 out of 4 that were talked about.  Raul Taveras was the only member of Securitas interviewed in both complaints.  Because he was interviewed in both complaints it may have influenced his actions.
  3. It was my former supervisor Raul Taveras that called the police on me during a UPS open house.  They did not submit 1 surveillance tape, incident report, or daily activity report to support their made up story.
  4. I was attending a UPS open house on July 24, 2006, the police arrived at 407 PM, which is 53 minutes before the open house ended.
  5. If I was asked to leave and did not, I would have been there when police arrived, so they outright lied.
  6. There is no mention of my agitation and rage anywhere in the police report.
  7. The Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report there are several differences between the two.
  8. Now Securitas called the police on me and accused me of trespassing, according to their story Raymond Woodman and Raul Taveras both had phone conversations with UPS, you really expect me to believe if that occurred their UPS HR office would have held the doors open for me?
  9. If they had no knowledge of me looking for work, how did they know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?
  10. If they did their job they would have produced daily activity reports, incident reports and surveillance tapes, the joy of report writing can be found in the Securitas job description exhibit.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There is no evidence whatsoever to support Claimant’s allegation of unlawful discrimination based upon retaliation or for any other reason.”

If there is no evidence, why is there no daily activity reports, incident reports or surveillance tapes, or police report.

Why did Securitas only interview 3 out of the 5 Securitas employees they talked about, and ZERO UPS employees?

Securitas told 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers.

Securitas never stated Raul Taveras was my former supervisor anywhere in their story.

There was plenty of evidence it was not collected.

According to Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had full knowledge UPS in Chelmsford was recorded and still refused to collect surveillance tapes.  Michelle Ahern according to the story written by Lisa Redmond was caught on tape.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS in Chelmsford was roughly 1 month before Securitas accused me of trespassing at the very same place.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Claimant was clearly distraught that he was not allowed to trespass on the UPS client site.”

I was asked to leave during a UPS open house, while collecting unemployment.

If this was true where are the surveillance tapes?

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 3        

Securitas stated, “There was nobody at Securitas who prevented Claimant from seeking employment at UPS.”

My former Supervisor Raul Taveras called the police on me.  According to Securitas they had multiple phone conversations with UPS.  I doubt the UPS HR Office would have held the doors open for me.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The Security guards on duty at the time frame in question were just doing their job.”

Securitas generated a made up story they refused to even submit surveillance tapes.

My first MCAD Complaint was open from November 2004 to May 2006 during that time those very same Securitas guards allowed Michelle Ahern to walk out with 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs with an estimated value of around $250,000.  Michelle Ahern confessed to throwing out everything but the percocets.  The percocets she stole had a value of $70,000.  In order for Michelle Ahern to get the boxes to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks Raul Taveras worked at.

The Michelle Ahern case is 1 reason Securitas did not hand over the tapes.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 2

Securitas states, “Company policy prohibits retaliation, threatened reprisal, or imposing retribution on an applicant or employee or any other individual who chooses to file an internal complaint or an agency charge.  Any alleged harm is due to Claimant’s own actions.”

Right with ZERO Daily Activity reports submitted

With ZERO incident reports submitted

With ZERO surveillance tapes submitted

With ZERO police reports submitted

With ZERO UPS employees interviewed

With not even 100% Securitas interviewed, in the Raymond Woodman interview he speaks of Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera neither of which where interviewed, according to Ray I really laid into Julian Rivera.

With Securitas not even checking UPS employees going out to there car such as Michelle Ahern.

Securitas does not give a shit about their legendary policies.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told 1 story to responding police officers and another in his MCAD interview, which is obstruction of justice and privacy law.  I do not see how that is because of my actions.

Fun fact:  Did you know?  When I went to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006.  The Chelmsford Police Department was investigating all the drugs Michelle Ahern stole from UPS in Chelmsford, MA.  Do you think Securitas handed over any of those surveillance tapes they said I was scoping out to the police.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “This allegation is a frivolous charge and we respectfully request that this charge be dismissed as unsubstantiated in law or in fact.  If you require any additional information please do not hesitate to contact me.”

With holding of evidence from a police investigation is a crime.

Telling 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers is a crime.

With holding of key facts, is obstruction of justice.

If anyone from MCAD went down to UPS in Chelmsford, they would have known there is no way on god’s green earth Raymond Woodman could see me interacting with Raul Taveras at the other guard shack.

So unsubstantiated in law or fact I would like to argue is false.

I would now like to look at the Bullshit exhibits they submitted

The following is from the Julian Oliveras interview

Julian Oliveras Interview before the 1st question

Julian stated, “I saw Brett Deveau on site taking pictures.  Raul (Taveras, Manager) told me to tell Brett he couldn’t be taking pictures without authorization, and would have to leave the property.  When I said that to him, he flipped out.  He said “If you do call the police, tell them everything.  Tell them you saw my bare ass and _______.”

“He said he was going to sue Securitas again for sexual harassment.  He said Securitas owns half of UPS, that he was suing for 20 million dollars.”

The memory the detail, all those exact quotes.  I am truly impressed.

Did you know this interview was signed 17 days after they called the police on me.

Why was the interview done on August 2, 2006, and signed on August 10, 2006, does that make any sense?

What happened to the joy of report writing, no daily activity reports or incident report.

The best is if you compare this to all the interviews in the first MCAD complaint I had, all those interviews started with a question in all these interviews the guards are reporting something.

Does it not seem like he should have been question on do you remember on such and such date?

That answer, that detail, it sounds like there is a question missing.

After that wonderful adlib the first question of the interview is asked.

The Following is the first question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “How would you characterize his emotional state?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “He was very excited and confident about suing.  He said he was going to win this time.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the second question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “Did you see him taking photos?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “Yes.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the third question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “What was he taking photos of?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “The CCTV cameras, and the feeder lanes where the pants incident happened.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

I really like the detail.  Did you know, no where in the police report did Securitas tell the police I was taking pictures of the CCTV.  He also knew about the pants incident, and I never even worked with Julian, nice to see they are still running their mouth about it.

The Following is the fourth question and answer in the interview

“Did you see him fill out an application?”

“no”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

The Following is the fifth question and answer in the interview

“Did he say he was filling out an application, or there for an interview?”

“no.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

Just exactly how did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Following is the sixth question and answer in the interview

“What would you have done if this was a stranger?”

“I would have done the same thing they can’t take photos and they can’t be on property.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.  Considering this was during a UPS open house do you really expect me to believe I was the only non UPS employee there?
With the exception of the intro, where it looks like a question is missing none of the answers Julian gave looks like there was a question missing.

His interview does not match the other interviews.

I would now like to look at the Raymond Woodman interview

Raymond Woodman interview – intro

“Raul (Taveras, Manager) phoned me and told me Brett was on site. I saw Brett coming down the road and he went by the guard shack and went into the 1st parking lot.  I observed him there taking photos of the trailers, cameras, guard house.”

“I called Jason R(Raplarga.  UPS Client representative).  And he said, to tell him he does not have authorization to be on the property or to take photos.  When I told him (Brett), he said, “ok well, I’m leaving anyways.”

“Julian (Rivera) was on his way coming down the road for shift change and he stopped and talked to Brett.  I could see that Brett was yelling and excited.”

What I really love about Ray Woodman intro is the memory the detail and it was done without reports, or use of surveillance camera.

Now if I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera, why the fuck was Julian not even interviewed?  The Julian that was interviewed was Julian Oliveras.

Securitas wants you to believe they did an investigation and I yelled my ass off at someone they did not even interview.

Raymond Woodman interview – 1st question and answer

“Did he ever mention an application or interview?”

“No, not to me.  The applications aren’t filled out there, HR is across the Road at #90.  We are at 87 Brick Kiln Rd.”

Now imagine if Raul Taveras had this piece of knowledge in his interview, he is clueless about the #90 building.  But at least the answer matches the question.

Still no mention of UPS open house, and he allegedly talked to Jason Raplarga.

Raymond Woodman interview – 2nd question and answer

“Did you ever see him go there?”

“No, its to far (to see)”

“When Julian came to relieve me, I noticed that the PD was there with Raul and Steve Straitt (supervisor)

I don’t know what to say an honest answer in the first part.  But what there is an adlib.  The adlib must have really pissed Ray off.  When I worked with Steve Straitt he was making $8.50 an hour he was on probation for downloading an printing porn when he worked at HP, he started UPS on probation.  What does the second statement have to do with the original question?

Raymond Woodman interview – 3rd question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“no”

Valerie Kerin wants me to believe she did an investigation.

In the Raymond Woodman interview he spoke of 2 different Securitas employees that were not even interviewed Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera.  In Securitas response to MCAD it speaks of 3 Securitas employees being there, that is false compared to the Raymond Woodman interview.

 

Now I would like to look at the Raul Taveras interview

Raul Taveras interview – Intro

Raul stated, “I saw Brett walking towards me at the guard house.  He said he was taking pcitures because he is going public.  He said ”I’m going to say what UPS and Securitas and Kevin Phelan did to me.””

“I said ok, but you can’t be on site and have to have permission from UPS to take pictures.  He said ok, I’ll just walk this way.  I saw him walk off and then called the PD because he was really emotional and not thinking straight , I called the PD in case he did not want to go.  I didn’t want any guards to get hurt.”

Just an amazing memory Raul Taveras must have, with no daily activity reports, inciden reports or surveillance cameras.

Now why does that no match the Julian Oliveras interview, there is no mention of him ordering Julian to interact with me.

Both the Raul Taveras and Julian Oliveras interviews cannot be true when compared to each other.

Also it seems like there is a question mission, what caused Raul to recite that story.  Although the missing question is a theme throughout the interview.

Raul Taveras interview 1st question and answer

“What do you mean emotional?”

“shaking hands, very angry, his hands were waving, he was agitated and tense, he had this weird laugh , and was definitely getting more angry.”

“Then I called Ray (Woodman) and he said he was there taking pictures.  I told Julina who was there, and at shift change I told him to tell him had to leave.”

“Jason Raplarga and Mark (Our client at UPS) said if he shows up again, tell him to get off the property and call the PD.  The PD spoke to the client on the phone.”

Now as Honorable Judge Lynn C. Rooney can probably testify to when I get pissed off I “sing”  I do not have this weird laugh.

I sang such melodies at the Lowell Courthouse as, Burn it to the ground by Nickleback, No more Mr. nice guy by Alice Cooper, Would I lie to you and Missionary man by the Eurythemics.

But looking at Raul Taveras does the first paragraph not answer the question?

After that it seems adlibbed filler.  What does calling Raul or conversations with Jason or Mark have anything to do with the question.

To the best of my knowledge Jason Raplarga and Mark Kelly were both Lost Preventions supervisors at UPS and worked different shifts, if they answer honestly I would ask this office to show UPS clemency.

As for the PD spoke to the client over the phone, there is no mention of that call anywhere in the police report.

But the different paragraphs would make more sense to me if they had questions assigned to them.

Don’t you worry I got so much on UPS if you seriously went after UPS they would settle.

Raul Taveras interview 2nd question and answer

“Did he ever mention that he was there for an interview or an application?”

“No.”

“After he left us, he was working for Benchmark and we do security for them too.  He was laid off from Benchmark.  He said I’m going to tell them how the benchmark security officers are still harassing him.”

To me the no answer, answers the question.  Why would he break into the Benchmark thing.

After I left Securitas the 1st company I worked for was Target in Nashua, NH, I did the overnight sort from August of 2005 to October of 2005.  After that I worked for Benchmark.

No company has a lay off for 1 fucking person, I left Benchmark because the Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas plowed the parking lots at Benchmark.

What I love is the rich detail of this answer, according to the police report, the responding police officer was lucky to get my name from Raul.

Raul Taveras interview 3rd question and answer

“Did he go near HR at all?”

“No.  I don’t know about the #90 building.”

Again I felt the No answer answered the question.  Would you like to know the address for the UPS HR building?  Its 90 Brick Kiln Road, even Ray Woodman knew this in his interview.

It is posted on the UPS Sexual Harassment policy which was posted in both guard shacks and throughout the facility as required by law.

Raul Taveras interview 4th question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“No.”

The Raul Taveras does not match the Julian Oliveras interview or the Raymond Woodman interview.

Within the same interview he gives 2 different answers why the police were called, in one response he stated he called the police because of my emotional state, in another part of the interview he said he called the police per the order of UPS.

Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report.

Now I would like to look at the Police Report written by responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher.

 

 

The Police report sentence 1

Officer Zaher wrote, “On Monday, 7/24/06 at 1607 hrs. I, OFC Zaher while on Patrol in Car 1, was dispatched to 87 Brick Kiln Road (UPS) for an unwanted male.”

If you not the exact date, it is not something Securitas used anywhere in their story.  Also the time, it is within the time period of the UPS open house.  87 Brick Kiln Road, is where both MCAD complaints occurred, and where Michelle Ahern worked.

The Police Report sentence 2

Officer Zaher wrote, “Upon arrival I spoke with security officer Raul Taveras who stated that a Brett Deveau a former employee had been on the property and when asked to leave original told them he didn’t have to.”

Look on July 24, 2006, UPS was having an open house until 5PM, I was at UPS within the time period of the open house.

What is missing is all the anger and rage Securitas said I had its no where to be found.

The Police Report sentence 3

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

The type and time of the termination I received is not accurate and did not even match what Securtias told the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Now if I have been fired over 1 year ago, how then was not seen for about 1 year?

The Police Report sentence 4

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated today he saw Brett taking pictures of the gates and he began to walk down towards the employee parking area’s.”

That does not match what Raul Taveras stated in his interview, Raul stated in his interview I was full of anger and rage and he called the police as my temper rose.

The Police Report sentence 5

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had since left on foot towards Brick Kiln road.”

Look I parked my car at the UPS HR parking lot which is across the street.  Which is towards Brick Kiln Road.  There is nothing in his interview about me walking towards Brick Kiln Road.

The Police Report sentence 6

Officer Zaher wrote, “I advised Raul to have UPS send a no trespassing letter to brett and he stated he would let UPS know about the incident.”

Raul Taveras said in his interview the police called UPS over the phone.  It could explain why I never got a no trespassing letter.

The Police Report sentence 7

Officer Zaher wrote, “I checked the area for Brett but was unable to locate him and the only information provided to me by Raul was Brett’s name and the he lived somewhere in Billerica.”

Really, my former Supervisor Raul Taveras was an encyclopedia of knowledge about me in his interview he even was aware I worked at Benchmark Electronics.

The Police Report sentence 8

Officer Zaher wrote, “clear.”

My thoughts about the police report

No where in the police report did Raul tell responding police officer he was my previous supervisor.

No where in the police report did Raul tell the responding police officer he was a named witness in the previous MCAD case.

No where in the police report where the police told I was taking pictures of the CC

Did you know?

This trespassing charge was while the Chelmsford Police Department was actively investigating the Michelle Ahern case, so the Chelmsford Police knew UPS in Chelmsford was recorded.

Why did the responding police officer not ask for the surveillance tapes?

I will be arguing Privacy law violations, fraud and false statements, perjury violations and other criminal charges.

The Police report does not match my MCAD Complaint 06BEm01793, that is about how I was treated at UPS at 87 Brick Kiln Road around 4PM.

 

 

Switching Gears

Securitas was a wealth of information about what happened to me weren’t they.

Without any written reports, use of surveillance equipment just from their shear memory they generated this story.

When the Chelmsford Police Department and Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff were building their case against Michelle Ahern, where they just as much of a wealth of information.  Or does that help prove Securitas made everything up to the Masscahusetts Commission Against Discrimination?

 

I hope you enjoyed Fraud and false statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US CODE CHAPTER 73

 

OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title 18 US Code Chapter 73 Section 1505 – Obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies or committees.

 

Part I – First MCAD Complaint

Count 1 and 2, of this section

In MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, Securitas Security Services USA Inc committed obstruction of justice.  When Securitas submitted an investigation to MCAD and the US EEOC which left out. They did not submit the following:

  1. None of the thousands of daily activity reports that were written.
  2. Incident reports relevant to each investigation.
  3. UPS had 9 perfectly working cameras the guards had complete access too.  Shift Supervisor Schofield even changed the tapes during the week. Security Guard Joe Diegnan changed the tapes on the weekend. UPS also recorded on two 120 GB hard drives on a DVR.
  4. Securitas did not even name never mind interview 1 UPS employee. Working at UPS during the time period in question was Michelle Ahern.
  5. Three out of four people Securitas interviewed were supervisors at UPS in Chelmsford.  Josh Lindeman was a friend of one of the supervisor he did not start until October 19, 2004.  They did not interview 1 non supervisor I worked with from August of 2004 to October 19, 2004.
  6. I know MCAD and the US EEOC did not collect documents I watched Raul Taveras shred all those written documents from March to June of 2005.

With the amount of material that was not handed over, with the huge volume of people that were not even interviewed.  Securitas Security Services USA Inc, committed obstruction of justice to these two government agencies.  I would be counting 1 for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and again for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Part 2 – Second MCAD complaint

I would catalog this as counts 3 and 4 for this section.

I filed a complaint with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006, that was jointly filed with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

During the time of this complaint I was on unemployment from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and seeking employment.  I was not working for either company.

I strongly believe Securitas probably still had a healthy amount of coverage and my knowledge of UPS in Chelmsford MA, is still accurate.  After all Securitas Corporate Officer Sherry K Pinchak stated, “I should have had knowledge of this or that about UPS.”

Counts 3 and 4,

The complaint number was 06BEM01793

  1. Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports.
  2. Securitas did not reference any incident reports
  3. Securitas was ignorant of their own policies and procedures.
  4. Securitas did not reference any police reports.
  5. Securitas did not even interview all the Securitas employees that were there that day, Ray Woodman speaks of eyeing arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt one of my former coworkers. Ray Woodman also spoke of me yelling at Julian Rivera. Neither Steve Straitt or Julian Riveras was interviewed.
  6. Securitas did not even interview any UPS employees.
  7. Securitas did not submit any surveillance tapes.
  8. The Lowell District Attorney Meg Straff had access to evidence from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford MA in the Michelle Ahern case, that MCAD did not use.

With the amount of material that was not handed over, with the huge volume of people that were not even interviewed.  Securitas Security Services USA Inc, committed obstruction of justice to these two government agencies.  I would be counting 1 for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and again for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

This marks the end of my Obstruction of Justice section 1505 argument.

I would now like to move to Title 18 USC Chapter 73 Section 1510 Obstruction of criminal investigations.

On July 24, 2006, around 4PM I arrived at UPS with a wish to seek employment.  I parked my car at the UPS HR parking lot.  I wanted to see how my former coworkers would treat me.  It must have been my lucky day.  Both my former supervisor Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras and Security Guard Ray Woodman was present and according to Ray the now arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt.  I was greeted at the shack Ray Woodman was at leave or will call the cops I did.  I left the UPS parking lot and took a left down Brick Kiln Road, before I turned left down Alpine, I got passed by a Chelmsford Police cruiser with his blues on.  That pissed me off and I called MCAD when I got home.  That phone call should prove I drove my car.

But the fun begins for Securitas with the arrival of our favorite Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher, by the time I am done with his ass, every politician in Massachusetts will know his name.

You will need to reference 5 pieces of material to understand this charge.  The police report written by responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher and the Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras interview, and Securitas legal response to MCAD filed in 06BEM01793 which is also where the Raul Taveras interview was submitted.  The Securitas Job Decription and the Michelle Ahern case.  Since it is about the exact day and time in question.

Now as you compare the three documents you will notice some differences you will also have to consider evidence used in the Michelle Ahern case since Michelle Ahern worked at the same UPS location as this claim.

Count 1

  1.  The responding Police Officer only spoke to 1 person.  Now Securitas in their story to MCAD mentioned 5 Securitas employees, and at least 2 UPS employees.  The Good news 1 person over laps Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras.
  2. If you read the police officer entire report there is no mention of my shear anger and rage Securitas was rather adamant about in the story they submitted to MCAD.
  3. Raul Taveras told the responding police officer I was fired.  Securitas told MCAD I quit my job.
  4. Raul Taveras told responding police I was fired well over 1 year ago,  Securitas told MCAD I quit in August of 2005 which is less than 1 year ago.
  5. Raul Taveras told responding police officer I went down to the employee parking area, Raul did not say that in his interview.
  6. The police told Raul to make UPS aware of the situation, Raul stated in his interview the police had a phone conversation with UPS.
  7. The police where told a general statement of me taking pictures of UPS.  Look I like photography see my facebook page, however their story to MCAD Securitas stated I was taking pictures of the CCTV cameras.  If that was told the cops I bet the cop would have wanted to see all 9 cameras I would have clearly been on.  By the way as a former guard I am aware of some hidden cameras at UPS if the CPD wants me to give them my version of a tour at UPS.  But either way the tail of my taking of pictures is different.
  8. Raul Taveras said in his interview I went no where near the Human Resources building something that is not in view of the guard shack he worked at, that piece of information was not told to the police.
  9. For the statement Raul Taveras made about me going no where near the HR Building to be true, he would have had to follow me, also something he did not tell the police.
  10. Raul Taveras was fully aware I worked for Benchmark Electronics, the responding police officer only got my name from Raul Taveras.

Now there are some similarities that are just as fun

  1. Securitas did not hand over surveillance tapes to either the police or Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  2. Raul Taveras did not speak of the fact he was my former supervisor, nor did Securitas highlight it anywhere in there response.
  3. Raul Taveras did not tell responding police officer, nor did Securitas highlighted to MCAD.  That Raul Taveras was the only person interviewed in both legal arguments at MCAD by Securitas.  The cops are big fans of such things as “Prior Legal History”

Conclusion:

The with holding of the surveillance tapes alone is obstruction of justice just 1 surveillance tape would have probably either supported Securitas story or crushed it.  With the numerous differences and some of the things they did not do to MCAD and the Police.  I would argue this is 1 count of obstruction of justice.

The Chelmsford Police Department was investigating Michelle Ahern at the time in question who worked at this very same UPS in Chelmsford, and they would have had knowledge of those tapes.

Since the police were only called 1 on my ass its time to move to other fun filled sections of Title 18 US code Chapter 73 next section 1511 is Obstruction of state or local law enforcement.

Look I do not know much about the law so I will copy and paste my section 1510 argument when they accused of the hanus crime of trespassing

Count 1

  1.  The responding Police Officer only spoke to 1 person.  Now Securitas in their story to MCAD mentioned 5 Securitas employees, and at least 2 UPS employees.  The Good news 1 person over laps Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras.
  2. If you read the police officer entire report there is no mention of my shear anger and rage Securitas was rather adamant about in the story they submitted to MCAD.
  3. Raul Taveras told the responding police officer I was fired.  Securitas told MCAD I quit my job.
  4. Raul Taveras told responding police I was fired well over 1 year ago,  Securitas told MCAD I quit in August of 2005 which is less than 1 year ago.
  5. Raul Taveras told responding police officer I went down to the employee parking area, Raul did not say that in his interview.
  6. The police told Raul to make UPS aware of the situation, Raul stated in his interview the police had a phone conversation with UPS.
  7. The police where told a general statement of me taking pictures of UPS.  Look I like photography see my facebook page, however their story to MCAD Securitas stated I was taking pictures of the CCTV cameras.  If that was told the cops I bet the cop would have wanted to see all 9 cameras I would have clearly been on.  By the way as a former guard I am aware of some hidden cameras at UPS if the CPD wants me to give them my version of a tour at UPS.  But either way the tail of my taking of pictures is different.
  8. Raul Taveras said in his interview I went no where near the Human Resources building something that is not in view of the guard shack he worked at, that piece of information was not told to the police.
  9. For the statement Raul Taveras made about me going no where near the HR Building to be true, he would have had to follow me, also something he did not tell the police.
  10. Raul Taveras was fully aware I worked for Benchmark Electronics, the responding police officer only got my name from Raul Taveras.

Now there are some similarities that are just as fun

  1. Securitas did not hand over surveillance tapes to either the police or Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  2. Raul Taveras did not speak of the fact he was my former supervisor, nor did Securitas highlight it anywhere in there response.
  3. Raul Taveras did not tell responding police officer, nor did Securitas highlighted to MCAD.  That Raul Taveras was the only person interviewed in both legal arguments at MCAD by Securitas.  The cops are big fans of such things as “Prior Legal History”

Conclusion:

The with holding of the surveillance tapes alone is obstruction of justice just 1 surveillance tape would have probably either supported Securitas story or crushed it.  With the numerous differences and some of the things they did not do to MCAD and the Police.  I would argue this is 1 count of obstruction of justice.

The Chelmsford Police Department was investigating Michelle Ahern at the time in question who worked at this very same UPS in Chelmsford, and they would have had knowledge of those tapes.

Since the police were only called 1 on my ass its time to move to other fun filled sections of Title 18 US code Chapter 73 next section 1511 is Obstruction of state or local law enforcement.

Look I do not know much about the law so I will copy and paste my section 1510 argument when they accused of the hanus crime of trespassing

Well, its that time to continue to work through our favorite Title 18 US Code Chapter.  Chapter 73 Section 1512 tampering with a witness, victim or informant.

For me it is more fun to focus on the people involved in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042.

Neither myself or Securitas argued about the ladder falling in August of 2004.  In August of 2004, I worked with Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield, Security Officers John Clark, Chris Boucher and Martha Shaw.

By March 3, 2005, every single person I worked with was no longer at UPS in Chelmsford Ma.

That was less than 3 weeks after my investigative conference at MCAD in front of Carolyn Packard that the state police barred me from attending.

I bet you think I remember Alice Schofield last day because I am sentimental, well I did enjoy working with Chris Boucher he busted his ass.

But more importantly after they kicked Alice Schofield to the curb my hours got cut from 32 hours to 24 hours a week and some weeks my hours got cut down to 16 hours.

From March to June of 2005, I watched Raul taveras shred documents.  If you read the Sherry K. Pinchak job description exhibit the guards had to write a lot of reports.  Securitas wrote nearly 2100 daily activity reports per year at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

I would like to argue by Securitas removing every single person I worked with in August of 2004 on the Alice Schofield shift, and cutting my hours down to 16 hours a week they violated this section of law.  I strongly believe in both MCAD cases, Securitas threatened to fire any employee that did not sign their interview.

The fun continues the next section Title 18 US Code Chapter 73 Obstruction of Justice section 1513, retaliating against a witness, victim or informant.

When I worked at Benchmark Electronics Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snow bank

Securitas had no intentions of keeping my at 32 hours a week the shit they told MCAD, after I filed I worked some 16 hour work weeks.

On top of that they called the police on me for attending a UPS open house, they did not even submit 1 fucking surveillance tape to support their made up story.

By Securitas cutting my work week down to 16 hours when I worked for them.  By securitas turning my car into a fucking snow bank when I worked at Benchmark Electronics.  by Securitas calling the police on me for attending a UPS open house, they violated this section of law.

Other possible counts of Obstruction of Justice

I would like to argue the witnessed used in my MCAD complaints should have also been used in Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.  The witnesses in the Michelle Ahern case should have been used in my MCAD cases. Since both MCAD complaints and the Michelle Ahern case happened at UPS in Chelmsford MA, at 87 Brick Kiln Road.  Michelle Ahern had to pass through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at twice per day.  There were 9 visual mounted cameras in the area of the guard shacks.  Raul Taveras worked at UPS in Chelmsford MA, roughly from December 2003 to December 2006, that time period overlaps the Michelle Ahern confession time period of November 2004 to June 2006.

On June 16, 2015, Police Officers from several surrounding towns responded to a call at UPS in Chelmsford, I would be curious if UPS handed over their perfectly working surveillance tapes to responding police officers.

At no time while I was guard at UPS in Chelmsford MA, did anyone representing UPS hand over surveillance tapes to responding police officers when asked to do.  I strongly believe this is UPS policy and they have never handed their surveillance tapes over that recorded the guard shacks or surrounding area to any responding police officer in any investigation.

 

This ends my obstruction of justice argument.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 79 Perjury

It is also covered by MGL 268 Ch 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042

In Section I – paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge.”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or did they interview 1 Securitas employee of my rank that I worked with from August to October of 2004.

When I worked during the week, UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern was not stealing prescription drugs through the guard shacks.  Michelle Ahern had to pass through the guard shacks entering and leaving work she would have been on the same cameras as UPS Site Supervisor William Adams talked about.  By the time Securitas submitted their story to Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Michelle Ahern was stealing from UPS for almost 2 months.  Michelle Ahern was throwing boxes of prescription drugs out of her car on her ride home.  With that you expect me to believe anyone did anything for an investigation.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

 

In Section II – Sentence 1

Securitas stated, Brett Deveau has not been discriminated against in any unlawful matter.”

I disagree with this the person that ran her mouth about it was of the opposite sex as me.  Securitas also did not interview 1 person as the same rank as me that I worked with from August to October of 2004.  The three people that signed interviews that I worked with were all supervisors.  I was the only Security Guard to be allegedly interviewed from August to October of 2004.

 

In Section II – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau did report during an investigation interview complaint of inappropriate behavior by his supervisor.”

I am curious what was the alleged investigation Securitas was doing.  The Alice Schofield interview does not match the Alice Schofield Incident Report she signed 1 day after her interview.  I was not even named in the Incident Report Alice Schofield signed.

Section II – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The complaint was thoroughly investigated; letters advising the results of the investigation were sent to the appropriate parties and Mr. Deveau’s immediate supervisor was appropriately reprimanded.”

I do not understand how any complaint I did to Securitas was thoroughly investigation.  Securitas did not interview 1 Security Guard I normally worked with, Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, Securitas did not reference 1 Incident report, Securitas did not reference 1 surveillance tape., Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee.

In Section II – Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau was reprimanded also reprimanded for inappropriate conversations.”

If that statement was true that I had inappropriate conversations why didn’t Shift Supervisor Schofield, UPS Site Supervisor Adams, or Securitas Operations Manager Taveras write me up.  All 3 of them outranked me and could have fired me.  Securitas wrote me up because I complained about one of their precious supervisors.

In Section II – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “Respondent also accommodated Mr. Deveau’s request to be moved to a different shift.”

I agree I did get a shift change after I complained.  I was working during the week Mon – Fri on the Alice Schofield shift.   The interview with my name on it is 100%, I was not working happily on the weekends at the time and date on that interview.  So there is no way I could have had all those made up conversations Securitas said I had with UPS Site Supervisor Adams.  Securitas said I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams in early October on a Sunday morning.  During that time I was on the Alice Schofield shift, as it is clearly stated here, I was not awarded a shift change until I complained.

In Section III – Company Background

What Securitas submitted in this section is partial true.  I am not going to argue they lied but they did not tell the whole truth.  Comparing this background to the background section on their website it does not match.   There is no mention of Securitas AB in their background.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He received a 5% pay increase on May 7, 2004.”

That is false I received a 2.5% raise, my pay went from $10/hour to $10.25/hour

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “On October 25, 2004, during an investigation interview Mr. Deveau advised the interviewer that his immediate supervisor, was telling his fellow employees about the embarrassing incident.”

Now, Securitas stated, I was awarded a shift change after I complained, the October 25, 2004.  With that date there is no way I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams since I was still working during the week, and was not awarded a shift change at that point.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “An investigation outcome letter is sent to all the pertinent parties with appropriate warnings.”

The incident report dated October 19, 2004, states William Adams and Joshua Lindeman had a very inappropriate conversation about Alice Schofield, Joshua Lindeman was never reprimanded.  According to the William Adams interview Securtias Operations Manager Raul Taveras drilled me with questions about my personal life he was never reprimanded.

In Section V – Policies and Procedures

Unlike Sherry K. Pinchak, Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description.

Securitas picks and chooses when to follow their legendary policies, in the Job dsescrtiption handed in by Sherry K. Pinchak.  She speaks of writing reports, no daily activity reports, incident reports, or surveillance tapes where ever handed in involving anything I reported to Securitas.

In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle worked at the very same UPS in Chelmsford Securitas guards had a contract for.  Michelle walked out of that facility with possible 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs over a period of 19 months November 2004 to June 2006, Securitas did not follow their own policies and search her bags or person or Michelle would not have been able to discard the boxes on Brick Kiln Road on her drive home from UPS.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau complaint of sexual discrimination is inaccurate.  The respondent never discriminated against Mr. Deveau.  Mr. Deveau advised Respondent during an investigation interview that his immediate supervisor was sexual harassing him by telling fellow employees of an embarrassing incident that had occurred.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me until I was introduced to Joshua Lindeman several months after the ladder fell.

What was Securitas investigating?

At the time and date on the interview with my name on it, I was not happily working weekends, as Securitas admits in this complaint I was not awarded a shift change until after I complained.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “The complaint was included in the ongoing investigation and found to be true.  All pertinent parties were advised of the results of the investigation; each was counseled on proper behavior in the workplace and the contents of the Respondent’s sexual harassment policy.  Disciplinary warnings were given to offending participants, including Mr. Deveau. As policy guidelines had been followed, the complaint was closed.”

Again if Securitas wants to say I was awarded a shift change after I complained on October 25, 2004, then I was not working with the weekends with William Adams.  I worked on the Alice Schofield shift which was Mon-Fri. The interview with my name on it could not have occurred.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 1 

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau never discussed his concerns about sexual harassment he felt he was experiencing until he was being interviewed regarding another investigation.”

What was this alleged investigation?

How can Securitas say I never discussed it, both UPS Site Supervisor Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said I was so mad I was going to take people to court.

Again, if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then I could not have been working weekends with William Adams in early October.  I was not awarded a shift change until several weeks later

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 2 and 3

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau has several means of reporting concerns of harassment including advising his next level of supervisor, advising the Branch Manager, advising Human resources, and/or contacting the AlertLine communication device.  Mr. Deveau chose not to utilize any of these mechanisms.”

If you read the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras interviews both of them state I was so made I was considering taking people to court.  UPS Site Supervisor Adams was my next level of Supervisor, and Raul Taveras was his supervisor.  So that statement is false.  Also did Securitas not say I told Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan in their made up interview they swear by with the October 25, 2004 date on it.

Does Securitas want to explain where Kevin Phelan was in my chain of command?

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “As soon as Mr. Deveau reported the incidents during the investigation interview Respondent took immediate action.”
Again if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then that interview is false I could not have been working weekends with William Adams since I was not awarded a shift change until after this investigative interview.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “It interviewed the appropriate parties, gathering facts and determining results.”

With no surveillance tapes, no daily activity reports, no incident reports, none of the normal people I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift even interview, no UPS employees interviewed that statement Securitas made is false.

If you look at Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern you know UPS in Chelmsford is recorded.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “All pertinent parties were advised of the results; appropriate disciplinary actions were initiated and they were counseled on appropriate behavior in the work place.”

Securitas wrote up everyone that complained to their office, I do not know how that is legal

The term I find hard to swallow is “appropriate disciplinary actions”

Who did I have any inappropriate conversations with?  I did not work weekends with William Adams until after I was awarded a shift change before that I worked on the Alice Schofield shift, and no one that I normally worked with said anything about conversations I had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 7

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau and his immediate supervisor were assigned to different shifts.”

The date on the interview with my name on it is October 25, 2004.  According to this statement I was working the Alice Schofield shift.  So I was not working with William Adams.  Securitas lied their asses off about the imaginary conversation myself and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 8

Securitas stated, “This is a frivolous complaint needlessly filed after the fact.”

I complained to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on November 9, 2004, because Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan wrote me up for complaining about Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield in my opinion.  I did bring with me to MCAD the outcome letter I received and the counseling and corrective action report I got on the same day.  MCAD wanted some background information.  That would be retaliation.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 9,

Securitas stated, ”Respondent properly handled this complaint and appropriate action and counseling were meted out to the appropriate parties.”

How did Securitas handle this complaint appropriately?  They lied their asses off about doing any sort of investigation they wrote me up because they fucking felt like it.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 10 and 11,

Those two sentences are the opinion of Securitas

 

Securitas Exhibits in their legal response in MCAD docket Number 04BEM03042

I would like to look at the interviews they submitted first.  The first one in the numerical order they submitted is Alice Schofield interview.

The first question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks: “Who told you that Bill Adams had made statements pertaining to you?”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield’s answer, “ Josh Lindeman told me that Bill said things like “she’s the biggest bitch I’ve ever worked for.  She would write you up for having a moustache; she writes people up for no reason.”

Securitas did not produce 1 document to support where that question came from.  You see life happens in a time order, the date on this interview is October 25, 2004.  Now Alice Schofield did indeed write an incident report about it, but it was not signed until October 26, 2004 which is the day after this interview.

Also if Alice Schofield would write summon up for having a moustache she would only be following UPS well documented personal appearance policy.

Securitas also never submitted anything about Alice writing people up.  That would have had some insight about my work environment

The second question and answer in the interview and the first question and answer on the second page in the Alice Schofield is

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you had any issues with Bill before?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’ve written Bill up before.  Back in March when he was working on one of the trucks we were being audited and I told him he needed to get down while the truck was running.  He called me every name in the book in front of 7 trucks and three other guard (John Clark was one).”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you feel uncomfortable working with him?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’m a professional and will do my job, but I don’t want to have anything to do with him that is not work related.  He must have gotten the hint from Raul because he didn’t say anything to me last night.  One more thing: back in March, I heard he told Raul that “I stayed outside all night so that I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Alice Schofield cited 7 UPS truck drivers as witnesses, and three other guards about something that happened to her back in March.

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports about it, incident reports, or even look for any surveillance tapes.  They only questioned 1 person about that exact quote.  The only person Raul Taveras and when Raul Taveras was asked about it still makes no sense to me.

 

The fourth bold statement in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Go on about what you heard Bill say.”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield response, “On Josh Lindeman’s first night of training, he heard all this negative stuff about the supervisor (meaning her). He expected some “mean ogre” to be there after hearing what bill had to say.  Bill also told him I had sexual intercourse with other guards on my shift.  I found out just recently that Brett Deveau was mentioned as one of those guards.”
During the telling of Securitas story using an exact first and last name is a rarity.

Now if you want to believe this interview, why was I not even named in an Incident report Supervisor Schofield signed the day after this interview.  Supervisor Schofield even used the “mean ogre” comment in both.

Supervisor Schofield probably called Josh Lindeman a dozen times a week, so how could Josh Lindeman be expecting a mean ogre.  Also Josh Lindeman and Alice Schofield had a prior work history as discussed in the Raul Taveras interview, and Josh Lindeman interview they worked together at the United States Postal Service.  Why did Alice not tell Kevin Phelan about this work history?

 

The next question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened after you wrote Bill up?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “Bill told me I walked in Sunday night (11:55) that the report was laughed out of the Lowell office; that I had no right to write him up because they’re both supervisors.  I was going to get a written warning myself for this.  I ignored him because I know his temper even though he said it three more times.  His comment when I was going out the door was that he said Brett told him that he had slept with me and that Brett was going to take me civil court.”

I have several problems trying to believe this answer.

  1.  Supervisor Alice Schofield tells Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan at his Lowell Office, that the report Alice Schofield wrote got laughed out of this very office, and it did not provoke a response from the person doing the interview.
  2. Who did Supervisor Schofield think was going to write up her up?
  3. Supervisor Schofield hammers home that point, that I was running my mouth about having sex with her, but yet I did not even get an honorable mention on an incident report she signed the day after this interview.

The Amended question in the Alice Schofield interview last question page 2

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you talk about sex and sex toys while at work?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “No, I don’t.”

According to the Securitas time order, just when was that questioned asked?  This question will also be discussed in privacy law violations.

The first Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any issues with any of your fellow employees at the UPS Site?”

Securitas made up answer, “I requested not to work with Alice anymore.  She’s been sexual harassing me since the middle of August.  My pants got caught in ladder and fell down and she’s made jokes ever since.    She just told Josh (Lindeman) last Tuesday.  I told Raul that if he didn’t remove me from her schedule I’d file a complaint.  He did that and I’m happy with the resolution.  I work 32 hours on the weekends and am happy with that.”

I have several problems with this answer compared to Securitas response statement.

  1.  Securitas said in their response statement written by Laura A. Wilson I was not awarded a shift change until after this made up interview, so there is no way I could be happily working 32 hours on the weekends.
  2. Securitas says I told Securitas Operation Manager Raul Taveras and he put me on the weekends, Raul Taveras was 2 supervisors over me.  That would follow their chain of command they said I did not follow.
  3. Securitas couldhave submitted daily activity reports, to support this made up answer and they did not.
  4. Joshua Lindeman signed the incident report stating 10/19/04 was his first night here, the date on this interview is 6 days after that.  There is no way I was happily working 32 hours on the weekends.

The second Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you tell anyone you feel you were being sexual harassed?”

The made up answer, “Yes, my account manager.  I asked to be taken off her shift and that if I didn’t I was going to file a lawsuit against him.”

Look individual people are to fucking poor generally for me to want to sue.  Really I didn’t talk about Raul Taveras legendary business if I was that mad at Raul talking to someone else.

The fourth Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you work with Bill Adams as your supervisor?”

Securitas made up answer, “I work with him on weekends.”

Look as Securitas argued I was not awarded a shift change until after the date of this made up interview, so I was not working with Bill on the weekends.  Alice Schofield shift was Mon-Fri she owned her own business and was a single mother.

The fifth and sixth question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever heard him using inappropriate language?”
The made up answer, “no.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Ever him swear at anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Never”

Look I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, William Adams and Alice Schofield waged a political campaign over Raul Taveras job.  Raul said if his business takes off he would step down.  Those two thought they were the only 2 qualified they fought constantly.

The seventh question and answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “have you ever heard hin be abusive to anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Like Alice, he can joke with people.   He has apologized if he’s offended me.  He once made a joke about my hair, but stopped after that one time and apologized.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams before the time dated on this interview.  I worked the Alice Schofield shift.

The 8 and 9 question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever tell Bill you slept with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “I never slept with her.”

For the one and only time Securitas wants you to believe they now asked for clarity

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan, “That was not my question.  Your person life is your own business.  Did you ever tell him that you slept with her?”

Securitas made up answer, “No, I didn’t.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield shift.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams started as a part time employee collecting 100% disability, I worked at the IRS in addition to Securitas, I also attended UML.

So when are me and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams going to have all these magical conversations.

 

The first made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “You told Alice that you were thinking of taking Raul to civil court because he’s the account manager.  What was the issue with that?”

Securitas made up answer, “I was going to see what charges I could file against Raul.  I complained to him about Alice’s behavior.  If he didn’t move me, I was going to press charges.  He put me on weekends and I’m fine.  If he hadn’t done anything about it he would have to the Attorney General.”

Look I tried reporting Raul Taveras for billing UPS for hundreds if not thousands of hours he did not work while he worked at his own business, I tried to report that Raul Taveras was one of Eddie Maldendo better customers.  As this office has the power to do, please look through the emails I sent the FBI.

So yeah, there is some truth in that.

But you want to believe I said that to an HR Manager and he didn’t even ask a follow up question.

The second made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “Yes.  She wrote me up for not showing up for a shift I wasn’t scheduled for on 10/21.  Raul called me back and I came in for him.  He apologized for that.”

Nice rich answer her, were the write up?

The third made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues?”

Securitas made up answer, “I’ve seen a lot of illegal activity at the site.  I’ve seen Raul work a triple shift before.  One time he worked 28 straight hours.  Another problem with Alice is that before last week, she hadn’t written up a white person.  (Clark late four times no write up). Amid gets written up for being late once.”

Yes, I have seen a lot of illegal activity.  Eddie Maldendo buying and selling stolen goods, Juan DeLeon buying and selling drugs, I recently learned about Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern who was at least in and out of court for stealing IWP deliveries. As for Raul Taveras he would pencil himself in for shifts guards blew off, that why he would be scheduled for 28 straight hours.

Also if I dropped the names john Clark and Amid why wasn’t either interviewed.

The last made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Is there anything else you’d like to add?”

Securitas made up answer, “Raul would have been condoning sexual harassment. I have 30-40 witnesses of that.  She told everyone the story of my pants coming off.”

I probably had 30 or so Securitas coworkers at the UPS client site

 

Securitas wants you to believe this interview happened.  It is not signed.  My counseling and corrective action report is clearly signed.

MCAD allowed Securitas almost 56 days to create this story, they typed up this interview after I field my claim.

The counseling and corrective action report I signed was signed 10 days after this made up interview.  I signed the Counseling and Corrective Action report on November 4, 2004.  That bullshit interview was 10/25/04.

 

Next I would like to look at the William Adams interview

The First Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have conversations about Alice Schofield’s personal life?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “I did have one with Brett about three weeks ago.  It was in front of one or two other guards, but I can’t remember who is was with, Not sure of the date, but I think it was a Sunday morning.”

Securitas could have referenced work schedules to know the people who UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was referring to.  Securitas could have referenced Daily Activity reports.

Securitas probably made up this interview at their US Corporate Headquarters.

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams on weekends until I was awarded a shift change.  Three weeks before this date is October 5, 2004, at that point in time I was not awarded my shift change.

Securitas also had full knowledge of Joshua Lindeman first night were UPS Site Supervisor William Adams went off for probably hours about Alice Schofield.

The Second Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What was the conversation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett was saying how he was in love with Alice but because she had issues he may not be able to see her anymore.  That’s when I said, “You did have sex with her, right?” When it got around to her (three weeks later), she wrote me up.”

Really you want me to believe he does not remember the date or who was there.  But he remembers the exact conversation.  Bullshit.

Securitas had the ability to look at daily activity reports and schedules to see who was there.

Now if Alice wrote Bill Adams up where is it?

And when would that have been.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said 3 weeks ago he had a conversation with me, and three weeks later when Alice Schofield got wind of it she wrote Up UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.  Was that what Alice Schofield said William said got laughed out of the Lowell Office?

Again the lack of questions helps shows Securitas made up this whole damn thing.

The Third Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever called her a “bitch” or a bull dike?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “No. And since I heard that she had sex with the guys, why would I call her that?”

Where did this question come from?

No one in the interview process uses the term “bull dike” until the Joshua Lindeman interview which was done the day after the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview.

The fifth Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have an issue with her back in March?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “ Yes.  She followed me up a ladder and it was very unsafe.  I got mad and said a couple of swears, I apologized the next day.”

Now if you wish to believe the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield interview, she said UPS Site Supervisor William Adams told Securitas Operations Managaer Raul Taveras, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned about that exact phrase but UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was not

The seventh Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever refer to her as a bitch or tell anyone she writes everyone up for everything?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “I didn’t refer to her as a bitch but I did say she was a control freak.  She does write everyone up.  She sees a squirrel and writes it down.”

Now if Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did indeed write everyone up for everything, why didn’t Securitas submit those to MCAD.  It could have shown hostile work environment.

The first Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Sunday night?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “She tried to write me up and I told her that she couldn’t because I’m a supervisor just as she is. I told her Raul would explain the rest of it to her.”

This does not match what Alice Schofield said about according to her, it was laughed out of the Lowell Office.

Is this a question off of the second question and answer in the Alice Schofield interview?

The third Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett tell you he’d had sexual intercourse with Alice?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “He came to pick up his check this past Friday and that’s when he admitted to Raul with me present that he had sex with Alice.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras gave a different story of this past Friday

Also on Friday I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I had no reason to come back there to get my check.

The Securitas pay week was wed-tues or something they were to cheap to pay over time for weekends.

The fifth Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Can you shed any light on the Brett pants situation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett doesn’t wear any underwear under his pant, She embarrassed him in front of Linderman on his first day.  Alice was psyched to see him, Brett saw her say hi and she turned to Josh and said, “this is Brett, he liked to get naked in the feeder lanes.” “Lindeman was siting on the counter and Alice was in between his legs hugging him when Brett came in the door.”

No one else said Alice Schofield was between Josh Lindeman’s legs.  Josh did say Alice made an unusual request for him at work.  Nor did Securitas question anyone about Alice Schofield’s position.

The fact that someone I didn’t even work with had this level of detail is just remarkable

The First Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Friday when Brett Deveau came in on Friday to pick up his check?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answers, “He and Bill were going outside on Bill’s requested.  I told them I needed to listen to the conversation.  Bill asked, “Do you remember that day when we were talking and it came up in conversation that you said that ‘I love her?’ Well, didn’t you say you had sex with her?” Brett answered yes.”

Problems I have with this

  1. It differs from what UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said happened in his interview.
  2. Really, I went to UML, I worked for Securitas.  Raul Taveras owned his own business and William Adams collected 100% disability when he originally started for Securitas.
  3. I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Alice Schofield shift.
  4. The contract was for 700 guard hours per week, their would have been at least 2 other Securitas employees that would have witnessed this conversation.

 

The Second Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have any conversations with Alice about her relationship with Brett?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “She said that story’s all a lie and she can prove it with her own family doctor.  Brett was helping her at the house, cleaning up the bird cages she has for her business.  She was getting volunteers off the internet, and Brett volunteered to help.  They were friendly, and then one day it just stopped. He jokes around normally, but lately its been all business with her.”

I have several problems with that answer.

  1. Who the fuck talks that way?  What could her family Doctor possible prove?
  2. There where no phone calls between myself and Alice Schofield since around August 12, 2004, no calls to baby sit, no calls to pick something up at the store, no booty calls.
  3. I never ran into any volunteers off the internet, she was a single mother.  I have a hard time buying she did that.
  4. Raul was aware she was running her mouth about the pants incident for months at least until Josh Lindeman started and he could not figure it out.

 The fourth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ask to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No. He asked me to move him to a weekend schedule.  He never told me why.  But after Lindeman came along, they clashed.  That’s when all the crazyness started.  He said that he did not want to work with him.  I had him work the rest of the week and then he never had to work with him again.”
Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield worked Mon to Fri she had a kid and did not work weekends, how is asking for a weekend schedule not asking to get moved from her schedule?

Again he knows Alice Schofield was running her mouth for months about what happened to me.

The fifth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Why didn’t he want to work with Josh?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Brett said he didn’t want to work with Lindeman because he was playing with a Gameboy on their first day together.  Also, because he takes half hour bathroom breaks.”

This answer does not match when Josh Lindeman said he whipped out his Gameboy

UPS does upto 600 trucks between 10 pm to 2AM.  UPS in Chelmsford moves 325,000 parcels into and out of that facility between 11 PM to 7 AM.  Josh Lindeman barricaded himself in the bathroom for 60 to 75 minutes to start every shift I worked with him.  30 minutes would have been a god send.

First question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett ask you specifically that he did not to work with Alice?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “A week or two before Lindeman came, he said he didn’t want to work that shift anymore.  He never gave me a reason why.  His mood changed, and he said he wanted to work on weekends.”

 

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras now if I told Raul Taveras I did not want to work with Alice, how can he say I never asked to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?

Third question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ever threaten to take you to court?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Not me, Securitas, yes. Alice, Yes.”

Raul Taveras wants you to believe I threatened to take people to court but I never told him why I didn’t want to work with Alice Schofield.

Sixth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Anything else you want to tell me?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “There’s been worse that’s happened than someone playing with a Gameboy.  Chris was reading a book at the time, Brett was leaning against the wall.  There was no trucks.  I think it was jealously or something.”

First off when was this?

Why wasn’t Chris interviewed?

Who is Chris?

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield spent her night reading romance novels and calling Josh Lindeman before he started.

Seventh and eighth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you there the first time Josh came to the sight?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No, but I heard that they hugged and were happy to see each other.  They worked together at the Post office.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Who told you they hugged when they saw each other?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “basically everyone on the shift.  Alice is pretty professional, so when they saw that they thought it was kind of strange.”

The only person that said they hugged was UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan investigation was so through he couldn’t even look at the schedule from the week before.

Ninth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you remember Bill saying he “stayed outside so he wouldn’t kill the bitch?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “I remember him saying he stayed outside, but I don’t remember the other part.”

You want me to believe Raul Taveras has the ability to answer this question without a last name or a time reference.

The Guard contract was for 700 hours a week, and there is over ten thousand UPS employees that work at UPS in Chelmsford or out of there.

At no other point in the interview was Raul Taveras asked 1 question about UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

First Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard Bill Adams make unprofessional remarks about Alice Schofield?”

Joshua Lindeman gives a long winded answer.  He probably read the Incident Report him and Alice Schofield signed the day before.

No where in the incident report or Joshua Lindeman answer did he say my name, so how did Alice Schofield drop my name?

Second Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened when you first saw Alice?”

Securitas Security Guard Floater Joshua Lindeman answer,” When I finally saw Alice, we were happy to see each other as we worked together at the USPS.  I told her about my conversation with Bill.  When Raul showed up, she told him what I told her about my conversation with Bill.”

Supervisor Alice Schofield did not talk about this conversation in her interview.  Why wouldn’t Joshua Lindeman tell Raul Taveras himself?  There was an 8 hour time lapse between when UPS Site Supervisor William Adams left and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras arrived.  There is no mention about Alice Schofield being in between Josh Lindeman legs hugging him that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said occurred.

Third Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you playing a gameboy?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “Yes. My second day, because I realized there was dead time during the end of the shift.  I never played it when trucks were there.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said he whipped his Gameboy out on 1st day.

fourth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard any other rumors about sexual relations at the facility?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “No. Only when Bill made reference to Alice and the employee that she had tagged.”

Where did Alice Schofield get my name in her interview?  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said in his interview he had a conversation with me about 3 weeks ago, then later on when it got back to her 3 weeks later he wrote him up.  Why doesn’t Josh have any recollection of that?

fifth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you witnessed Alice yelling at other employees?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answered, “Not really.  She doesn’t raise her tone, but she does tell us to do things that I’m not used to.  We’ve had conversations that have risen, but not yelling.  Just getting into the conversations.”

What did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ask Josh Lindeman to do that he’s not used to?

By this point he was at UPS in Chelmsford 8 days.

Joshua Lindeman did not say anywhere in his interview he called Alice Schofield.  I strongly believe the two of them had a relationship on some level.  The government can look up phone history then compare it to all the underlined points Securitas made in their exhibits.

Alice Schofield’s outcome letter

With all the outcome letters some sections where definitely copy paste.

I would like to look at the first paragraph of Alice Schofield outcome letter

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 3rd paragraph of the Alice Schofield outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

My Outcome Letter – first paragraph

 

Securitas HR Kevin Phelan stated, “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by Alice Schofield.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 Incident report 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 4rd paragraph of my outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras did not even agree on the magical Friday I came in to pick up my check

I would now like to look at the William Adams Outcome letter 1st paragraph

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Where in the William Adams interview, did William report anything related to Inappropriate conversations.

He said he was scared shit of G. Yepez and they never even interviewed G. Yepez.

I am not saying he didn’t get question on, but actually reported it.

 

Securitas Policy

I would know like to look at the Employment Standards acknowledgment

Securitas took the time to underline 3 points.

  1. “I agree to cooperate with the Company and its clients in any investigation requested by Securitas. I will voluntarily participate in any investigation, interview or any other test or procedure requested by management.”

I was interviewed by Securitas, I am not going to deny that.  About 2 weeks after MCAD Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras asked if I would go down to HR and answer questions about Alice Schofield.  I told him everything I had to say I told MCAD.  With an open legal argument I was content in collecting unemployment if they fired me.

  1. “Securitas’ policy prohibits romantic, sexual relationships, or any other relationship which creates a potential conflict of interest, discord, or distraction that interfere with workplace productivity.”

Throughout the Securitas story they tried to argue I was in a relationship with Alice, expressing my undying love for her and going off about the legendary sex.  Look I was not even calling Alice Schofield but you know who was? Josh Lindeman.  Really Josh Lindeman gets strattled by Alice Schofield and hugged by Alice Schofield which both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras says occurred.  That someone does not violate this section, bull shit.

  1. “I agree to conduct myself in a professional manner at all times. Profanity, facially or sexually charged or explicit jokes or language, or any form of violence or threat of violence while on post or while employed will not be tolerated.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams called G. Yepez “a piece of shit” Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield agreed with him.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned on the following phrase, “Bill Adams said he worked outside all night so he wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  How does that not violate this section.

I would now like to look at their policy Against harassment and discrimination

How did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield behavior not violate?

-“Verbal harassment of a sexual nature, lewd comment, sexual jokes or references, or offensive personal references”

-“Demeaning, insulting, intimidating or sexual suggestive comments about an individual’s personal appearance”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ran her mouth about what happened to me for 2 months and that is what they admitted to.

Next I would like to look at Discipline and termination guidelines.

Securitas underlined two points 2, and 20

  1. “Illegal discrimination or harassment”.

According to their own policy they should have fired her on the spot.

  1. “Willful or repeated violation of Company code of business ethics, it is sexual harassment policy or other forms of unlawful discrimination.”

My immediate supervisor made fun about what happened to me, she was a member of the opposite sex.  She should have been fired on the spot.

 

Job Description questions

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Sherry K Pinchak did submit in 06BEM01793

I would like to argue since Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description that Laura A Wilson committed fraud.

My Securitas coworkers did not preform their job descriptions while I was there, this could have caused a hostile work environment for me.  After all Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield got made fun of for trying to follow policy in her opinion. After all it was clearly stated that Alice Schofield would write everything up.

Under Essential Functions I would like to quote the following

Point 1.,“Controls access to client facility through the admittance process, assists visitors with a legimate need to gain entry to the facility, screens visitors and client employees in an efficient manner in order to expedite thei admittance to the facility.”

.Point 4, “Monitors entrances and exits, prevents unapproved or unlawful entry, controls entrances, the movement of people and vechicles, and parking, operates a gate and examines vehicle contents; monitors remote entrances using closed circuit television; operates remote access devices; in a calim manner directs person who cause a disturbance to leave the property.”

Point 7. “Prepares logs or reports as required for site; writes or types reports or enters information in a computer using standard grammer; inspects security control logs and takes action as required.”

Point 8. “observes and reports incidents or suspicious activity to client representatives , company management, life/safety personal or public safety authorities as appropriate for the circumstances and/or as required by the site.”

Point 10. “Acts to ensure that all property removal is conducted within appropriate policy requirements and in accord with client standards, identifies client products or materials among items carried by client employees or visitors.”

Now looking at those 4 points, Securitas guards did not do their job during the week.  Michelle Ahern walked out with about a dozen or two dozens boxes of prescription drugs from IWP.  Michelle Ahern stole from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, from November 04 to June 06.  If the Securitas did their job she would have never been able to do that.

Securitas guards I worked with violated multiple points of the basic job descrtiption.  It might help explain why Securitas Senior employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a copy of the job description.

Michelle Ahern did not start stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, until I switched to a weekend shift.  UPS does not offer package handling shifts on the weekends.

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 06BEM01793

The following is the second paragraph of an introduction under Dear. Ms. Hope:

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge. This information is produced solely in response to this charge and is not to be used for any other matter”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or even interview all the Securitas employees that where there on July 24, 2006.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 1 Sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There was no discrimination based on retaliation or for any other unlawful reason.”

The Securitas guards assigned at the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford, MA.  Did not do their day to day job description functions as assigned by their own job description.  I was targeted by Raul Taveras when he saw me.  In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle confessed to throwing away IWP boxes on her ride home from work.  In order to get from the UPS main package handling facility to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks that Securitas guards where assigned to.  Since Michelle Ahern stole close to $100,000 worth of prescription drugs Securitas guards did not even search people that passed through the guard shack.

Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from UPS in Chelmsford MA from November 2004 to June 2006, the time period of the alleged MCAD investigation was from November 2004 to May 2006.

Note: The Michelle Ahern story I read in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it was written by Lowell Sun court reporter Lisa Redmond.  I tried contacting Lisa she was unavailable for comment.

If there was no discrimination why was I targeted by Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras during a UPS open house.

Section I Summary of employer’s Position Paragraph I last two sentences

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s employment with the Company was not terminated.  Claimant quit his employment with the Company in August of 2005.”

From the Police Report dated July 24, 2006, at 407 PM, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told the responding police officers, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Granted I do agree with what Securitas wrote with these 2 sentences, but it does not match what Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told responding police officers.  According to MGL Chapter 268 Section I, I do not have to prove which statement is false just that both cannot be true.

Also I was not working for Securitas at the time of the complaint, so Summary of employer position is also false.  I was collecting unemployment in July of 2006.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 1

Securitas states, “At the end of July 2006, Claimant was found trespassing on the UPS client site and taking unauthorized pictures of the grounds.”

The responding Police Officer never questioned me about trespassing.  No surveillance tapes where ever handed over to the police or MCAD.  If I was trespassing why didn’t Securitas just hand over the tapes.

According to the Lisa Redmond court report in the Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern case, the Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff had UPS surveillance tapes in that case from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford Ma.  According to the Lisa Redmond article Michelle Ahern was caught on tape.

Despite UPS being recorded Securitas made no attempt to hand over those surveillance tapes.

On July 24, 2006, around 4PM, I attended a UPS open house.  By attending a UPS open house during the time period UPS posted in the Lowell Sun, Sunday July 23, 2006, I was invited to UPS and was not trespassing.

I was collecting unemployment from the commonwealth of Massachusetts attending an open house for a business that was hiring.

There is no mention of the open house UPS was having in July 2006 anywhere in the response statement written by Sherry K Pinchak.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “When Claimant refused to leave, the security officers on duty did their job, and called the police.”
I disagree, I left when Security Officer Raymond Woodman asked me to, or I would have been there when responding police officers arrived.

On June 16, 2015, responding police officers from several towns arrived at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

So it is possible the Billerica Police could have responded sooner.

If I did not leave when asked I would have been there when police arrived.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “While he alleges discrimination based on retaliation for filing a previous MCAD claim, his claims have no merit.”

Look Securitas called the police on me during a UPS open house.  I really doubt I was the only non UPS employee there that day.

Securitas did not submit any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, to support their made up story.  Securitas did not even submit a copy of the responding police officer’s report which they could have got for $1.

Securitas never told MCAD or the responding police officers, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was indeed my former supervisor. Raul Taveras was my listed supervisor on my counseling and corrective actions report that was handed in by Securitas in my previous MCAD complaint.

I knew 5 out of the 7 people Securitas used in their story, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor, arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt was a Security Guard when I worked with him, Security Guard Ray Woodman was also a coworker of mine when I worked there.  Securitas also quoted Lost Prevention Supervisors Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga who both worked for UPS when I was a guard at UPS.  Also in the Ray Woodman interview Ray speaks of me yelling at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Would those 5 people have acted that way according to Securitas if I did not know them?

Section II Company Background

Look I did some research before ever filing 1 legal action at the United States District Courts.  The company background section does not match the history section posted on their web site which is http://www.securitas.com/us/en/.

There is no mention of Securitas AB anywhere within what they submitted to MCAD in either claim.

It is not what they said is false, it is what they said is a partial truth which is a false statement.

I attached some screen shots I took of that website I am submitting with this complaint.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 1 sentences 2 and 3

Securitas states, In May 2004, Claimant received 5% salary increase.  Clearly, there was no discrimination.”

Why did they add that last sentence, would the second sentence not have been enough?

First off the raise I got was 2.5% not 5%, if it was 5% that would be more true.  My pay went from $10/hour to $10.25 an hour.

Securitas Guard Eddie Maldendo and his customers all got a raise to at least $10.50/hour

I tried arguing how much crime occurred at UPS in Chelmsford MA, while I was there see Brett Deveau v. Chelmsford Police Department, and Brett Deveau v. Michael J. Sullivan, United States District Attorney, Boston District.  Both were filed at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse, United States District Courts.

Thanks to the Lowell Sun, court reporter Lisa Redmond, I can now add, Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.

The only way Michelle Ahern, walked through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at with boxes of prescription drugs is if Securitas guards did not do their jobs at all, or some of them got a cut to look the other way.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “In October 2004, a ladder fell from a truck accidentally tearing Claimant’s pants off leaving Claimant naked from the waist down.  He alleged that other employees made light of this and alleged this to be sexual harassment.”

First off, in the first MCAD complaint Securitas stated in their response it happened in August of 2004.

Secondly, I handed MCAD a copy of my outcome letter when I filed my first MCAD complaint, in Securitas response in my first MCAD complaint Securitas also handed MCAD an outcome letter of their investigation.  So, I didn’t have to allege shit.  It was a fact that other people made fun of me.

Thirdly, no where in Securitas first response to MCAD did they say I was naked from the waist down.

Fourthly, Julian Oliveras had full knowledge of what happened to me in the feeder lanes and I never worked with him.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 4

Securitas stated, “On December 3, 2004, Claimant filed a claim of sexual harassment with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination  which was dismissed in May 2006.”

I filed my first MCAD complaint on November 9, 2004.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 5

Securitas stated, “:In August 2005, Claimant quit his employment with the Company.”

I do not disagree with that statement, but it does not match what they told responding police officers on July 24, 2006 at 407 PM, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher stated, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Why did they not tell that to responding police officers?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 1

Securitas stated, “Around July 24, 2006, at 4:00 PM, Claimant was seen taking pictures of and walking around the grounds of the UPS client site.”

First off, it was on July 24, 2006 around 4PM.  Secondly I was unemployed in July 2006, Securitas was not my employer.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He was an unauthorized visitor.”

I do not understand how someone collecting unemployment, showing up within the time period of a company hiring during an open house, is an unauthorized visitor.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “Claimant had never mentioned to the security officers on duty that he was applying for a job at UPS.”

Really, if I never mentioned that to my former supervisor, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras how did he know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  The company I left Securitas for because I wanted out of there so bad was Target, from August of 2005 to October 2005 I worked the overnight sort at target in Nashua, NH, which I assume would be similar to unloading a truck for UPS.  Raul stated in his interview submitted with this made up story I got laid off from Benchmark Electronics.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 4

Securitas stated, “Of note, the UPS Human Resources Department is across the street and in a separate building that is not in view of the Company security officers.”

Look to the best of my knowledge that statement is true, but Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said in his interview I did not go near the Human Resources building.  MGL Ch. 268 Section 1, states I do not have to prove which statement is fraudulent.  That statement does not match their exhibits.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “In the beginning of august 2006, Claimant filed a complaint with the Company stating that the security personal on duty had allegedly prevented him from applying for work at UPS because they had knowledge of a previous claim of discrimination that was filed on December 3, 2004.”

I filed a claim at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006, I never filed a claim at their offices.  In August of 2006 they would have gotten my Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint in the mail.

Securitas admitted they called the police on me, so how does accusing me of trespassing not prevent me from applying for work?

Also my first claim was filed on November 9, 2004, not on December 3, 2004.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “Valerie Kerin, Human Resources Manager conducted a prompt and throughout investigation. No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.  The investigation showed the following:”

Valerie Kerin, did not use any daily activity reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not use any Incident Reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not reference any surveillance reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not get a copy of the police report in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview any UPS employees in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there in her investigation, in the Ray Woodman interview he speaks of arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt, which really must have pissed Ray off Steve was on probation when I worked with him, either way Steve Straitt was not interviewed.  Also in the Raymond Woodman interview, Ray Woodman said I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera who was also never interviewed.

Valerie Kerin did leave out, that Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor and Ray Woodman was a former coworker

Valerie Kerin legendary investigation was done by using only the memories of their employees.

Valerie Kerin did not interview Securitas employees Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera who were both named in the Ray Woodman interview.

The Securitas interviews where signed 17 days after they called the police on my ass.

I would like the argue that entire statement is fraudulent

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 4, 3rd and 4th sentence of that paragraph

Securitas stated, “There was no evidence that Claimant was job searching at UPS, when he was seen taking pictures of the UPS client site.  There was no evidence that Claimant was prevented from job seeking at UPS or that he was subjected to discriminatory treatment when he trespassed on UPS property.”

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes or police reports when creating there story.

If there was no evidence I was job seeking how did Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics.  The company I worked for right after Securitas was Target in Nashua, NH.

They freely accused me of trespassing during a UPS open house, how did that not prevent me from looking for work?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 5 does not match Paragraph 7

Paragraph 5 Securitas Stated, “Security Officer Julian Oliveras saw Claimant taking pictures. Security Officer Julian Oliveras was instructed by Account Manager Raul Taveras to inform Claimant that he could not take pictures without authorization and that he would need to leave the property.  Claimant then stated that, “if you do call the police, tell them how you saw my bare ass!” He stated that he would “sue the Company again for sexual harassment that the Company owns half of UPS, and he would sue for 20 million dollars”.”

Now if you compare that bullshit paragraph to what they typed 2 paragraphs later

Paragraph 7 Securitas stated, “Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that he saw Claimant walking towards the guard house taking pictures.  Claimant stated that he wanted to show the “public” what the Company did to him.  Account Manager Raul Taveras told Claimant that he was trespassing and that he did not have permission to take pictures.  Account Manager Raul Taveras admits to calling the police as Claimant emotional state was agitated.   Claimant was angry, and he was shaking and waving his hands in the air.  Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that Claimant had never mentioned applying or filing out an application for UPS.”

Now in paragraph 5, Securitas wants you to believe Account Manager Raul Taveras ordered Julian Oliveras and I would need to leave.  There is nothing about me walking towards the guard house or having a conversation with Raul Taveras.

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  Unless they can answer that, Securitas told a partial truth in their story which is fraud.
There is no mention about my anger or rage in the police report, or me waving my hands in the air.

If all that was true, why didn’t they submit any of the perfectly working surveillance tapes?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 6

Securitas stated, “Security Officer Raymond Woodman stated that he also observed Claimant taking pictures of the client site.  He stated that he saw the Claimant was excited and yelling.  Security Officer Raymond Woodman denies ever hearing the Claimant was filling out an application for UPS.”

Raymond Woodman stated I yelled at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Section V in their response

Look there is a lot of rich material in this section.

I was not a Securitas employee in July of 2006, the Alert line was not an option I had.

According to Securitas own policies, as they highlighted in their own exhibits.  It is against Securitas policy to discuss a Securitas matter with UPS.  With that I doubt Securitas had 1 conversation with anyone from UPS, including both phone conversations they said occurred.

I do not understand the relevance of this section, I was unemployed in July of 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 1.

The first non bold paragraph

Securitas states, “The Company denies knowledge that Claimant was on the UPS client site seeking employment. As discussed in more detail in Section IV, the UPS Human Resources Department is at another location.  Claimant was found on the UPS client site taking unauthorized pictures.  Of note, it is one function of the security officer to prevent unauthorized visitors on the client site.”

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Human Resources building is across the street from the guard shacks, UPS keeps a copy of the HR Building keys at the guard shacks.  There is very little if any package handling jobs at the UPS HR Building.  In order to get to the main package handling building you have to pass through the guard shacks.

Again, they want to say I did all this, they did not submit 1 surveillance tape.
Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 2.

Securitas stated, “Securitas did not prevent Claimant from filing out a UPS application.  The UPS Human resources department was across the street.”

Securitas called the police on my ass, according to them they had multiple phone conversations with UPS employees.  Now, if that was true how would I be not trespassing at UPS HR Building, and considered trespassing at UPS.

Securitas called the police on my ass, and prevented me.

I would like to argue point 2 is false.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 3.

Securitas stated, “Claimant is misrepresenting the facts.  As discussed in more detail in Section IV, Claimant was trespassing on private property.  He had no authorization to “get a feel for the environment”. UPS applicants go to the Human Resources Building located across the street, and do not wander around the client site taking unauthorized pictures.  It was only when Claimant became agitated and irrational, that the security officers on duty called the police.  They were just doing their job..”

Fun facts to show how much BS went into that paragraph.

  1.  In July of 2006, I was collecting unemployment for quitting Benchmark Electronics.  In December of 2005, Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas guard at Benchmark Electronics plowed the parking lots.  It is why I wanted to get a feel for the environment.
  2. UPS on July 24, 2006 was having an open house until 5PM, the Chelmsford Police arrived at 407 PM.
  3. If I was hired by UPS, I would have to pass through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at, at least twice per day.
  4. There was no mention of me being agitated and irrational anywhere in the police report.
  5. If there story was true why did they not just submit the surveillance tapes.  In the article in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it speaks of Michelle Ahern being caught on tape.  At the very same UPS I was at.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS was in June 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 4.

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation of sexual harassment (MCAD #04BEM0304) was dismissed.  The Company does not retaliate against applicants, employees or former employees who choose to file complaints, either through MCAD or internally through the Company.  Claimant’s complaint was investigated by Valerier Kerin, Human Resources Manager who conducted a prompt and throughout investigation in August of 2006 (see Exhibit 5- Investigative notes).  No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.”

Several problems I have with that paragraph

  1. After I filed my first MCAD complaint my work week went from 40 hours a week to 16 hours a week.
  2. Every single person I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift including Alice Schofield was no longer with Securitas less than 3 weeks after my scheduled MCAD conference.  Alice Schofield’s last day was March 3, 2005.
  3. I never complained to Securitas directly, on July 25,2006, I filed with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  4. Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, or police reports in their investigation.
  5. In the Securitas job description that was submitted as an exhibit, you can read about all the report writing their guards are required to do.
  6. Securitas did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there that day, or any UPS employees.
  7. The Securitas interviews are signed 17 days after they called the police on me.
  8. Securitas story of that day does not match the police report.

Securitas lied their asses off about ever doing an investigation.  The lack of material they with held is obstruction of justice.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 5

Securitas Stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation filed in December 2004 had nothing to do with the current actions of the three security officers that were on duty at the client site in July 2006.   There was no retaliation.   Claimant trespassed on client property and took unauthorized pictures of the client site.   He was asked to leave.  He did not.   He became agitated and irrational.  The security officers called the police.  The security guards statements indicated that they had no knowledge that Claimant was applying for a position with UPS.   The guards did not prevent Claimant from walking across the street to apply for a position at UPS.  They did do their job and prevented Claimant from trespassing on the UPS grounds.”

I have several complaints with that paragraph

  1. My previous complaint was filed on November 9, 2004, not in December 2004.
  2. I knew 2 out of 3 Security Guards that were interviewed and 3 out of 4 that were talked about.  Raul Taveras was the only member of Securitas interviewed in both complaints.  Because he was interviewed in both complaints it may have influenced his actions.
  3. It was my former supervisor Raul Taveras that called the police on me during a UPS open house.  They did not submit 1 surveillance tape, incident report, or daily activity report to support their made up story.
  4. I was attending a UPS open house on July 24, 2006, the police arrived at 407 PM, which is 53 minutes before the open house ended.
  5. If I was asked to leave and did not, I would have been there when police arrived, so they outright lied.
  6. There is no mention of my agitation and rage anywhere in the police report.
  7. The Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report there are several differences between the two.
  8. Now Securitas called the police on me and accused me of trespassing, according to their story Raymond Woodman and Raul Taveras both had phone conversations with UPS, you really expect me to believe if that occurred their UPS HR office would have held the doors open for me?
  9. If they had no knowledge of me looking for work, how did they know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?
  10. If they did their job they would have produced daily activity reports, incident reports and surveillance tapes, the joy of report writing can be found in the Securitas job description exhibit.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There is no evidence whatsoever to support Claimant’s allegation of unlawful discrimination based upon retaliation or for any other reason.”

If there is no evidence, why is there no daily activity reports, incident reports or surveillance tapes, or police report.

Why did Securitas only interview 3 out of the 5 Securitas employees they talked about, and ZERO UPS employees?

Securitas told 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers.

Securitas never stated Raul Taveras was my former supervisor anywhere in their story.

There was plenty of evidence it was not collected.

According to Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had full knowledge UPS in Chelmsford was recorded and still refused to collect surveillance tapes.  Michelle Ahern according to the story written by Lisa Redmond was caught on tape.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS in Chelmsford was roughly 1 month before Securitas accused me of trespassing at the very same place.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Claimant was clearly distraught that he was not allowed to trespass on the UPS client site.”

I was asked to leave during a UPS open house, while collecting unemployment.

If this was true where are the surveillance tapes?

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 3        

Securitas stated, “There was nobody at Securitas who prevented Claimant from seeking employment at UPS.”

My former Supervisor Raul Taveras called the police on me.  According to Securitas they had multiple phone conversations with UPS.  I doubt the UPS HR Office would have held the doors open for me.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The Security guards on duty at the time frame in question were just doing their job.”

Securitas generated a made up story they refused to even submit surveillance tapes.

My first MCAD Complaint was open from November 2004 to May 2006 during that time those very same Securitas guards allowed Michelle Ahern to walk out with 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs with an estimated value of around $250,000.  Michelle Ahern confessed to throwing out everything but the percocets.  The percocets she stole had a value of $70,000.  In order for Michelle Ahern to get the boxes to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks Raul Taveras worked at.

The Michelle Ahern case is 1 reason Securitas did not hand over the tapes.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 2

Securitas states, “Company policy prohibits retaliation, threatened reprisal, or imposing retribution on an applicant or employee or any other individual who chooses to file an internal complaint or an agency charge.  Any alleged harm is due to Claimant’s own actions.”

Right with ZERO Daily Activity reports submitted

With ZERO incident reports submitted

With ZERO surveillance tapes submitted

With ZERO police reports submitted

With ZERO UPS employees interviewed

With not even 100% Securitas interviewed, in the Raymond Woodman interview he speaks of Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera neither of which where interviewed, according to Ray I really laid into Julian Rivera.

With Securitas not even checking UPS employees going out to there car such as Michelle Ahern.

Securitas does not give a shit about their legendary policies.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told 1 story to responding police officers and another in his MCAD interview, which is obstruction of justice and privacy law.  I do not see how that is because of my actions.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “This allegation is a frivolous charge and we respectfully request that this charge be dismissed as unsubstantiated in law or in fact.  If you require any additional information please do not hesitate to contact me.”

With holding of evidence from a police investigation is a crime.

Telling 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers is a crime.

With holding of key facts, is obstruction of justice.

If anyone from MCAD went down to UPS in Chelmsford, they would have known there is no way on god’s green earth Raymond Woodman could see me interacting with Raul Taveras at the other guard shack.

So unsubstantiated in law or fact I would like to argue is false.

I would now like to look at the Bullshit exhibits they submitted

The following is from the Julian Oliveras interview

Julian Oliveras Interview before the 1st question

Julian stated, “I saw Brett Deveau on site taking pictures.  Raul (Taveras, Manager) told me to tell Brett he couldn’t be taking pictures without authorization, and would have to leave the property.  When I said that to him, he flipped out.  He said “If you do call the police, tell them everything.  Tell them you saw my bare ass and _______.”

“He said he was going to sue Securitas again for sexual harassment.  He said Securitas owns half of UPS, that he was suing for 20 million dollars.”

The memory the detail, all those exact quotes.  I am truly impressed.

Did you know this interview was signed 17 days after they called the police on me.

Why was the interview done on August 2, 2006, and signed on August 10, 2006, does that make any sense?

What happened to the joy of report writing, no daily activity reports or incident report.

The best is if you compare this to all the interviews in the first MCAD complaint I had, all those interviews started with a question in all these interviews the guards are reporting something.

Does it not seem like he should have been question on do you remember on such and such date?

That answer, that detail, it sounds like there is a question missing.

After that wonderful adlib the first question of the interview is asked.

The Following is the first question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “How would you characterize his emotional state?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “He was very excited and confident about suing.  He said he was going to win this time.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the second question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “Did you see him taking photos?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “Yes.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the third question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “What was he taking photos of?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “The CCTV cameras, and the feeder lanes where the pants incident happened.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

I really like the detail.  Did you know, no where in the police report did Securitas tell the police I was taking pictures of the CCTV.  He also knew about the pants incident, and I never even worked with Julian, nice to see they are still running their mouth about it.

The Following is the fourth question and answer in the interview

“Did you see him fill out an application?”

“no”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

The Following is the fifth question and answer in the interview

“Did he say he was filling out an application, or there for an interview?”

“no.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

Just exactly how did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Following is the sixth question and answer in the interview

“What would you have done if this was a stranger?”

“I would have done the same thing they can’t take photos and they can’t be on property.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.  Considering this was during a UPS open house do you really expect me to believe I was the only non UPS employee there?
With the exception of the intro, where it looks like a question is missing none of the answers Julian gave looks like there was a question missing.

His interview does not match the other interviews.

I would now like to look at the Raymond Woodman interview

Raymond Woodman interview – intro

“Raul (Taveras, Manager) phoned me and told me Brett was on site. I saw Brett coming down the road and he went by the guard shack and went into the 1st parking lot.  I observed him there taking photos of the trailers, cameras, guard house.”

“I called Jason R(Raplarga.  UPS Client representative).  And he said, to tell him he does not have authorization to be on the property or to take photos.  When I told him (Brett), he said, “ok well, I’m leaving anyways.”

“Julian (Rivera) was on his way coming down the road for shift change and he stopped and talked to Brett.  I could see that Brett was yelling and excited.”

What I really love about Ray Woodman intro is the memory the detail and it was done without reports, or use of surveillance camera.

Now if I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera, why the fuck was Julian not even interviewed?  The Julian that was interviewed was Julian Oliveras.

Securitas wants you to believe they did an investigation and I yelled my ass off at someone they did not even interview.

Raymond Woodman interview – 1st question and answer

“Did he ever mention an application or interview?”

“No, not to me.  The applications aren’t filled out there, HR is across the Road at #90.  We are at 87 Brick Kiln Rd.”

Now imagine if Raul Taveras had this piece of knowledge in his interview, he is clueless about the #90 building.  But at least the answer matches the question.

Still no mention of UPS open house, and he allegedly talked to Jason Raplarga.

Raymond Woodman interview – 2nd question and answer

“Did you ever see him go there?”

“No, its to far (to see)”

“When Julian came to relieve me, I noticed that the PD was there with Raul and Steve Straitt (supervisor)

I don’t know what to say an honest answer in the first part.  But what there is an adlib.  The adlib must have really pissed Ray off.  When I worked with Steve Straitt he was making $8.50 an hour he was on probation for downloading an printing porn when he worked at HP, he started UPS on probation.  What does the second statement have to do with the original question?

Raymond Woodman interview – 3rd question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“no”

Valerie Kerin wants me to believe she did an investigation.

In the Raymond Woodman interview he spoke of 2 different Securitas employees that were not even interviewed Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera.  In Securitas response to MCAD it speaks of 3 Securitas employees being there, that is false compared to the Raymond Woodman interview.

 

Now I would like to look at the Raul Taveras interview

Raul Taveras interview – Intro

Raul stated, “I saw Brett walking towards me at the guard house.  He said he was taking pcitures because he is going public.  He said ”I’m going to say what UPS and Securitas and Kevin Phelan did to me.””

“I said ok, but you can’t be on site and have to have permission from UPS to take pictures.  He said ok, I’ll just walk this way.  I saw him walk off and then called the PD because he was really emotional and not thinking straight , I called the PD in case he did not want to go.  I didn’t want any guards to get hurt.”

Just an amazing memory Raul Taveras must have, with no daily activity reports, inciden reports or surveillance cameras.

Now why does that no match the Julian Oliveras interview, there is no mention of him ordering Julian to interact with me.

Both the Raul Taveras and Julian Oliveras interviews cannot be true when compared to each other.

Also it seems like there is a question mission, what caused Raul to recite that story.  Although the missing question is a theme throughout the interview.

Raul Taveras interview 1st question and answer

“What do you mean emotional?”

“shaking hands, very angry, his hands were waving, he was agitated and tense, he had this weird laugh , and was definitely getting more angry.”

“Then I called Ray (Woodman) and he said he was there taking pictures.  I told Julina who was there, and at shift change I told him to tell him had to leave.”

“Jason Raplarga and Mark (Our client at UPS) said if he shows up again, tell him to get off the property and call the PD.  The PD spoke to the client on the phone.”

Now as Honorable Judge Lynn C. Rooney can probably testify to when I get pissed off I “sing”  I do not have this weird laugh.

I sang such melodies at the Lowell Courthouse as, Burn it to the ground by Nickleback, No more Mr. nice guy by Alice Cooper, Would I lie to you and Missionary man by the Eurythemics.

But looking at Raul Taveras does the first paragraph not answer the question?

After that it seems adlibbed filler.  What does calling Raul or conversations with Jason or Mark have anything to do with the question.

To the best of my knowledge Jason Raplarga and Mark Kelly were both Lost Preventions supervisors at UPS and worked different shifts, if they answer honestly I would ask this office to show UPS clemency.

As for the PD spoke to the client over the phone, there is no mention of that call anywhere in the police report.

But the different paragraphs would make more sense to me if they had questions assigned to them.

Don’t you worry I got so much on UPS if you seriously went after UPS they would settle.

Raul Taveras interview 2nd question and answer

“Did he ever mention that he was there for an interview or an application?”

“No.”

“After he left us, he was working for Benchmark and we do security for them too.  He was laid off from Benchmark.  He said I’m going to tell them how the benchmark security officers are still harassing him.”

To me the no answer, answers the question.  Why would he break into the Benchmark thing.

After I left Securitas the 1st company I worked for was Target in Nashua, NH, I did the overnight sort from August of 2005 to October of 2005.  After that I worked for Benchmark.

No company has a lay off for 1 fucking person, I left Benchmark because the Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas plowed the parking lots at Benchmark.

What I love is the rich detail of this answer, according to the police report, the responding police officer was lucky to get my name from Raul.

Raul Taveras interview 3rd question and answer

“Did he go near HR at all?”

“No.  I don’t know about the #90 building.”

Again I felt the No answer answered the question.  Would you like to know the address for the UPS HR building?  Its 90 Brick Kiln Road, even Ray Woodman knew this in his interview.

It is posted on the UPS Sexual Harassment policy which was posted in both guard shacks and throughout the facility as required by law.

Raul Taveras interview 4th question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“No.”

The Raul Taveras does not match the Julian Oliveras interview or the Raymond Woodman interview.

Within the same interview he gives 2 different answers why the police were called, in one response he stated he called the police because of my emotional state, in another part of the interview he said he called the police per the order of UPS.

Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report.

Now I would like to look at the Police Report written by responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher.

 

 

The Police report sentence 1

Officer Zaher wrote, “On Monday, 7/24/06 at 1607 hrs. I, OFC Zaher while on Patrol in Car 1, was dispatched to 87 Brick Kiln Road (UPS) for an unwanted male.”

If you not the exact date, it is not something Securitas used anywhere in their story.  Also the time, it is within the time period of the UPS open house.  87 Brick Kiln Road, is where both MCAD complaints occurred, and where Michelle Ahern worked.

The Police Report sentence 2

Officer Zaher wrote, “Upon arrival I spoke with security officer Raul Taveras who stated that a Brett Deveau a former employee had been on the property and when asked to leave original told them he didn’t have to.”

Look on July 24, 2006, UPS was having an open house until 5PM, I was at UPS within the time period of the open house.

What is missing is all the anger and rage Securitas said I had its no where to be found.

The Police Report sentence 3

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

The type and time of the termination I received is not accurate and did not even match what Securtias told the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Now if I have been fired over 1 year ago, how then was not seen for about 1 year?

The Police Report sentence 4

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated today he saw Brett taking pictures of the gates and he began to walk down towards the employee parking area’s.”

That does not match what Raul Taveras stated in his interview, Raul stated in his interview I was full of anger and rage and he called the police as my temper rose.

The Police Report sentence 5

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had since left on foot towards Brick Kiln road.”

Look I parked my car at the UPS HR parking lot which is across the street.  Which is towards Brick Kiln Road.  There is nothing in his interview about me walking towards Brick Kiln Road.

The Police Report sentence 6

Officer Zaher wrote, “I advised Raul to have UPS send a no trespassing letter to brett and he stated he would let UPS know about the incident.”

Raul Taveras said in his interview the police called UPS over the phone.  It could explain why I never got a no trespassing letter.

The Police Report sentence 7

Officer Zaher wrote, “I checked the area for Brett but was unable to locate him and the only information provided to me by Raul was Brett’s name and the he lived somewhere in Billerica.”

Really, my former Supervisor Raul Taveras was an encyclopedia of knowledge about me in his interview he even was aware I worked at Benchmark Electronics.

The Police Report sentence 8

Officer Zaher wrote, “clear.”

My thoughts about the police report

No where in the police report did Raul tell responding police officer he was my previous supervisor.

No where in the police report did Raul tell the responding police officer he was a named witness in the previous MCAD case.

No where in the police report where the police told I was taking pictures of the CC

Did you know?

This trespassing charge was while the Chelmsford Police Department was actively investigating the Michelle Ahern case, so the Chelmsford Police knew UPS in Chelmsford was recorded.

Why did the responding police officer not ask for the surveillance tapes?

I will be arguing Privacy law violations, fraud and false statements, perjury violations and other criminal charges.

The Police report does not match my MCAD Complaint 06BEM01793, that is about how I was treated at UPS at 87 Brick Kiln Road around 4PM.

United States District Courthouse

The first legal action I filed at the United States District Courthouse, Securitas Security Services USA Inc., argued that they were not the Securitas Group.

Securitas goes by 100 different names, but its all the same fucking company.  Attached is some screen shots.

I also filed Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc., I wanted to argue Securitas lied their fucking asses off. 100% of the quotes I used in roughly the first 33 legal paragraphs came from documents Securitas Security Services USA Inc, submitted to the MCAD, by them denying all knowledge of those quotes, I was not offered any protections of the Oath of Perjury.

 

I hope you enjoyed Fraud and false statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title 18 US Code

Chapter 96

Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations

(RICO)

 

 

 

 

Securitas used a team of people to lie their asses off about me in my first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 04BEM03042 and a slightly different team in my second Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 06BEM01793.

In my first MCAD complaint 04BEM03042 there team consisted of:

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson, hailing from West Lake Village CA, Securitas US Corporate headquarters.  It was Laura that signed off on the Securitas legal response.

Securitas North East Area President Richard Avery, Richard has a Boston Office within 10 minutes of the MCAD building, but for some reason the Securitas story had to come from their West Lake Village Office, Richard is mainly mentioned because he is Thomas Fagan supervisor.  Securitas might have a dozen area presidents in the US, I would guess his title means as much as a chapter president for a union.

Securitas North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, Thomas defended Securitas at MCAD during both complaints, he also answered to the lawyers at Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak and Cohen when I filed my US DC complaint.

Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan, it was Kevin that allegedly did a series of interviews involving mainly the shift supervisors at UPS in Chelmsford MA, the only non supervisor he interviewed was a good friend of his and Alice Schofield’s Josh Lindeman.  You see Kevin what to bat for Josh Lindeman after Josh got assigned to the UPS client site.   Josh had the longest hair out of all the guards at UPS in Chelmsford, and a full length beard.  This did not sit well with UPS Lost Prevention Supervisor Mark Kelly who pointed out Josh does not met the UPS clean cut image.  Kevin assured Mark that Josh was not assigned to the site permanently he was a floater covering.

Securitas Operations Manager or Account Manager Raul Taveras.  The man with many titles.  Operations Manager is the title Raul Taveras uses right here on linkedin.  Account Manager and other titles is what MCAD was told.  Raul Taveras was the shift lead from 8AM to 4Pm, UPS did not run a package handling shift until 1PM so Raul worked the easiest shift, he had the additional responsibilities of talking to the client.  Raul supervisor was Kevin Phelan in this case.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield.  Despite Securitas giving MCAD 2 different job titles for these 2 to MCAD they both did pretty much the same job William Adams was a shift lead 4PM to 12 Am, and Alice Schofield was the shift lead from 12 Am to 8AM, they both had Raul Taveras as their supervisor.

 

Securitas Floater Josh Lindeman, he did not start at UPS until October 19, 2004, as it is stated in an Incident report he signed off on.  He did not work with me in August of 2004 to that date why he was even interviewed regarding me is a mystery to me.  He was the only non supervisor to sign an interview during the first MCAD complaint.  As a floater he made around 25% more than me as far as pay for Securitas.

Now some of their job titles may have changed, some of them may not be with the company anymore.  But at the time of my first MCAD complaint I believe that is accurate.

Obstruction of justice

This argument will be covered in more detail in the obstruction of justice chapter or maybe in a later draft.

Count 1 and 2, Securitas legal response in MCAD docket number 04BEM03042, it was jointly filed with the US EEOC so they lied to them too.  It is the reason I consider this part 2 counts.

Securitas with held a lot of key facts from the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

  1. Over 10,000 UPS employees work at or out of UPS in Chelmsford, MA, Securitas did not even name 1 of them, never mind interview 1 of them.  Despite UPS Site Supervisor William Adams job title he was a Securitas employee.
  2. Securitas did not interview 1 employee of my rank I worked with from August 2004 to October 2004, they with held every single Security Guard I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift normally, and every single Security Guard that worked the William Adams shift, and every single Security guard that worked on the Raul Taveras shift.  They did not interview 1 non supervisor.  They talked about several of them.
  3. Securitas did not submit 1 surveillance tape to MCAD or the US EEOC.  During the time in question UPS in Chelmsford was recorded, as surveillance tapes was part of the evidence used in Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.  Michelle Ahern walked through the same guard shacks Raul Taveras worked at least twice a day.
  4. In the job description exhibit submitted in the other MCAD complaint 06BEM01793.  It say Securitas has to write reports.  When I worked at Securitas there was 1 daily activity report written for each guard shack per shift.  That is 2 guard shacks, and 3 shifts per day for a total of 6 Daily activity reports per day.  Securitas did not submit 1 daily activity report.
  5. Securitas did not submit 1 Incident Report that was handed in before they started their interviews.  Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did sign 1 Incident Report the day after she was interviewed.  The day of her alleged interview is October 25, 2004, the day she signed the incident report is October 26, 2004.
  6. In the first MCAD complaint every single interview starts with a question.  In the second MCAD complaint every single interview starts with their employees ad libbing a story.
  7. There are numerous questions in the interviews that violate privacy law.
  8. The interviews are inconsistent when compared to each other.
  9. All 3 outcome letters say pretty much the same thing.  What I cannot figure is where in the William Adams interview did William Adams report inappropriate conversations?  William reported he was scared shitless of “Guado” Yepez.
  10. Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A Wilson stated I never made any attempt to tell my chain of command.  Yet both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said in their interviews I was so mad I was going to sue.  Both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras out ranked me.
  11. I never got a 5% raise, that was reserved for the people that bought product from Eddie Maldendo, the raise I received was 2.5%.

With the lack of UPS employees interviewed, lack of Securitas coworkers interviewed, lack of surveillance tapes, lack of daily activity reports, lack of incident reports, inconsistencies in their own interviews, inconsistencies in their response statement.  Securitas committed Obstruction of justice.

Count 3 Retaliation against Witnesses

In August of 2004, a ladder fell tearing my pants off.  In August of 2004, I worked on the Alice Schofield shift.  I worked with Supervisor Schofield, Security Guards Martha Shaw, John Clark and Chris Boucher.

Within 3 weeks of the investigative conference at MCAD every single one of those people was no longer at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.  Alice Schofield and Chris Boucher last day was March 3, 2005.

Before MCAD I worked 40 hours a week.  After I filed my work week got cut down to 32 hours, working a double double on the weekends.  That would be from Midnight to 4Pm on Saturday and Sunday.  Look it was a nice gig on Saturday.  Every other Saturday I would see the Angelia Jolie clone drive in from San Francisco UPS gave her 6 days to travel across the country. On Saturday the only scheduled drivers to arrive was the group from San Francisco.  UPS did not run a package handling shift on the weekends. The only really shift was the 11PM to 3AM shift that ended early Saturday morning.  However after Alice Schofield last day, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras decided that the guard during the week where to valuable and deserved 40 hour weeks, so my work week got cut down to 16-24 hours.  Because of the 16 hour work weeks, I accepted a job at Target in Nashua, NH.  It was an overnight sort position which I would assume is very similar to a loader/unloader at UPS in Chelmsford MA.  My first job after Securitas was not Benchmark Electronics.

I would like to argue my loss of hours is retaliation because I filed.  Also my coworkers all of them getting fired puts up a red flag.

Count 4, and 5,Securitas legal response in my second MCAD complaint 06BEM01793  Like the first claim it was jointly filed with the US EEOC.

The Securitas Team in this matter was

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Sherry K. Pinchak out of West Lake village CA, Securitas US Corporate Headquarters.  I would assume Sherry did a similar job to Laura A. Wilson in the first complaint

Securitas North East Area President Richard Avery, Richard has a Boston Office within 10 minutes of the MCAD building, but for some reason the Securitas story had to come from their West Lake Village Office, Richard is mainly mentioned because he is Thomas Fagan supervisor.  Securitas might have a dozen area presidents in the US, I would guess his title means as much as a chapter president for a union.

Securitas North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, Thomas defended Securitas at MCAD during both complaints, he also answered to the lawyers at Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak and Cohen when I filed my US DC complaint.

Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Valerie Kerin, according to the story Valerie Kerin did 3 interveiws.

Securitas Operations Manager or Account Manager Raul Taveras.  The man with many titles.  Operations Manager is the title Raul Taveras uses right here on linkedin.  Account Manager and other titles is what MCAD was told.  Raul Taveras was the shift lead from 8AM to 4Pm, UPS did not run a package handling shift until 1PM so Raul worked the easiest shift, he had the additional responsibilities of talking to the client.  Raul supervisor was Kevin Phelan in this  first MCAD complaint.  In the second MCAD complaint Raul Taveras supervisor was Valerie Kerin.

Security Guard Raymond Woodman, when I worked for Securitas Raymond Woodman was a coworker.  He was the first Securitas guard I relieved.  In the second complaint, I was unemployed collecting unemployment attending an open house.  Maybe Raymond Woodman can tell you why he was never interviewed in the first complaint.

Securitas Guard Julian Oliveras, I never worked with Julian, I could not pick him out of a lineup with 1 other person in the line up.  But never the less he did sign off on Securitas story.

There are several problems I have with Securitas legal response.

  1. They used ZERO surveillance tapes, at the time I was accused of trespassing on July 24, 2006, the Chelmsford Police where investigating Michelle Ahern, they cannot say those cameras did not work.  Michelle Ahern had a court date at the Lowell Courthouse on September 5, 2006.
  2. Securitas interviewed ZERO UPS employees but they did name 2, Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga.
  3. Securitas did not even interview all the guards they talked about, according to the Raymond Woodman interview I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera, also arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt was also present, when I worked with Steve he was on probation him making supervisor before Ray must have really pissed him off.
  4. Securitas submitted ZERO daily activity reports
  5. Securitas submitted ZERO incident reports, an incident report must be written every time a police officer shows up at the client site.  When the police officer turns his blues on it costs the town $400, so Sherry K Pinchak can rest assured I did retain some things.
  6. The Securitas interviews where signed 17 days after they called the police on me.
  7. The Raul Taveras interview about what happened on July 24, 2006 does not match what Raul Taveras told responding police officers according to the police report.
  8. Securitas legal response is not consistent with their previous legal response to MCAD, they changed numerous dates, and stated facts about the matter they did not state in their first response.
  9. The interviews they submitted are inconsistent when compared to each other.
  10. Securitas employees picked and choosed when to actually follow their job description.  If they actual searched Michelle Ahern she would not have been able to steal from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, unless they were paid off.
  11. UPS has a bus stop within 100 yards of the guard shack, if I was trespassing either every single person on those buses was a UPS employee, or they discrimated against me.

With the complete lack of surveillance tapes, incident reports, daily activity reports Securitas made no attempt to do any sort of investigation.  Securitas made no attempt to interview any UPS employees or all the Securitas employees they talked about.  Securitas did not submit a police report, nobody from Securitas said UPS was having an open house that week even though according to them they talked to UPS.    If Securitas employees did their job Michelle Ahern would not have been able to steal from UPS in Chelmsford MA for 19 months.  Securitas committed obstruction of justice.

Count 6.  Police and Criminal Investigations

On July 24, 2006 around 4PM.  I was collecting unemployment and decided to attend an open house at UPS in Chelmsford MA.  I was greeted by Raymond Woodman leave or we will call the police.  I left.  The police arrived at UPS in Chelmsford at 407 PM.   On July 25, 2006, I told MCAD how Securitas treated me the day before.

On July 24, 2006 according to the police report.  The responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher spoke to Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras.  What Raul Taveras said in his interview does not match the police report.

The following points should add upto obstruction of justice

  1.  There is no mention in the police report about my anger or rage Securitas said I had in their story to MCAD.
  2. Securitas told the police I was fired, they told MCAD I quit.
  3. Securitas told the police I was fired 1 year before July 24, 2006, Securitas told MCAD I quit in August of 2005.
  4. The police officer was lucky to get my name from my former Supervisor Raul Taveras, Raul Taveras stated in his interview that I worked at Benchmark Electronics.
  5. The police reports states the officer told Raul Taveras to make UPS aware of the situation, according to the Raul Taveras interview the police had a phone conversation with UPS.
  6. According to the police report I left on foot towards Brick Kiln Road, in the Raul Taveras interview at points I refused to leave or just walked off and went that way.
  7. There is no mention in the police report, that I interacted with Raymond Woodman and other guards.
  8. There is no mention in the police report that Raul Taveras actively followed me,  Raul stated in his interview that I went no where near the HR Building, for that to be true he would have needed to follow me.
  9. The police where never handed any surveillance tapes.
  10. Raul Taveras never told the police officer about our history, such as he was my former supervisor.
  11. The police were not told that Securitas and Raul Taveras had numerous phone conversations with UPS client representatives Mark Kelly, and Jason Raplarga.

By Securitas with holding information from a police investigation, by Securtias with holding the surveillance tapes, by Securitas not allowing the Police to interview other guards, Securitas committed obstruction of justice.

Count 7                                  Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern

Securitas had a contract with UPS for 700 guard hours per week of coverage when the contract started in January of 2004, it lasted until December of 2006.  Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from UPS November 2004 to June 2006.  UPS like to change the guard company every so often so the employees and guards do not get to friendly.

UPS in Chelmsford, MA, is a controlled access facility all UPS employee must pass through the guard shacks to enter and leave work.

UPS has 9 cameras at the guard shacks that all work just fine.  The cameras at the guard shack Ray Woodman worked at was on DVR, UPS was change out the hard drive early Sunday morning when the guard shack was closed.

The guard shack Raul Taveras worked at was on a 14 tape VHS library, a guard in theory would change the tapes 1 a day.  While I was on the overnight shift, I observed Supervisor Schofield changed those tapes at the start of her shift.  I later worked weekends on the weekend Joe Diegnan changed the tapes at the start of shift.  After Alice Schofield was terminated, Joe Diegnan would take out Sunday’s tape on Saturday.  The new overnight supervisor Steve Perry found right here on linkedin did not change the tapes during the week.  I strongly believe UPS had a black room with 4 employees that watched cameras all day.  As a guard when I reported a UPS truck driver did not follow their BS procedures that truck driver was fired.  Look UPS pays truck drivers really good fucking money, they are 100% replaceable.  Some of the drivers I liked made over $50/hour at UPS.  Some of them even told me I made $10 talking to you.

Securitas lied their fucking asses off about watching tapes, their employees where so damn lazy they did not even search people if they did Michelle Ahern would not have been able to steal for 19 months and that is just what she confessed to.

At no point did the Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff ever call me regarding the Michelle Ahern cases.

You want me to believe MCAD investigators Carolyn Packard and Keith Parrett where actively investigating UPS in Chelmsford during my first MCAD complaint.  My first MCAD complaint was open from Nov 2004 to May 2006, Michelle Ahern stole from that very same UPS from Nov 2004 to June 2006.

The evidence and witnesses used in my first MCAD complaint, and in the Michelle Ahern case where greatly different even though both cases occurred at 87 Brick Kiln Road Chelmsford, MA.  My first MCAD claim overlaps Michelle Ahern confession in all but 1 moth, June 2006.  My first MCAD complaint was open Nov 2004 to May 2006, Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from Nov 2004 to June 2006.

I would like to argue Securitas did not cooperate with either investigation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Referenced Material and Previous legal actions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Legal

At the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc.  Filed on November 9, 2004. Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination Docket Number 04BEM03042.

Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc.  Filed on July 25, 2006. Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination Docket Number 06BEM01793.

At the United States District Courts, Boston District

Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc.

Brett Deveau v. Chelmsford Police Department

Brett Deveau v. United States District Attorney, Boston District, Michael J. Sullivan

Brett Deveau v. United Parcel Service

At the United States Court of Appeals Boston, MA

Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc, number 10-1314

At the Suffolk Superior Courthouse

Brett Deveau v. Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, August 2013.

At the Lowell District and Woburn Superior Courthouse

Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, (fall 2006)

Chelmsford Police Department

A police report written by Chelmsford Police Officer, Christopher Zaher for something that happened at 87 Brick Kiln Road, United Parcel Service, Chelmsford, MA, on July 24, 2006 at 407PM.

Lowell Sun Newspaper

Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, Court Reporter Lisa Redmond.  (note: it was Lisa Redmond article that original told me about Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern)

 

 

Legal websites

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18

https://malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws

http://tips.fbi.gov

 

Non Legal References

www.securitas.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/UPS-Chelmsford-Hub/163210397026485

http://www.teamsterslocal25.com/

 

About how some of the references where used

Concerning Backgrounds section

Some of the knowledge in the Background of UPS came from the Teamsters website, facebook UPS-Chelmsford hub

 Concerning Conflict of Interest section

Securitas brags about how big they are right on their own website, they used to have the Pinkerton division devoted to government contracts, they changed the name and have a division devoted to government contracts that came be found right on their website which is www.securitas.com

Concerning the Conspiracy Section

I talked about both Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaints 04BEM03042, and 06BEM0173, the police report which I was accused of trespassing written by Officer Zaher on July 24, 2006 at 407PM, and Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.

Concerning Fraud and False statements section

Pages 16 to 40 things I may have referenced refer to my first MCAD complaint 04BEM03042

Pages 41 to 60 general refer to things I may have referenced in my second MCAD complaint 06BEM01793

Pages 60 to 62 would refer to the police report written by responding police officer Christopher Zaher, how that story did not match what they told MCAD in my second Complaint 06BEM01793

Concerning Obstruction of Justice section

 

I hope that is easy enough to follow

Concerning Perjury Section

How boring is the section I copied and pasted most of Fraud and False Statements and posted it again since most of it was under the Oath of perjury, so if you understood Fraud and False statements this section will be a breeze.

Pages 72 to 96 deal with material found in my first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 04BEM03042.

Pages 97 to 116 deal with material found in my second Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 06BEM01793.

Pages 116 to 117 deal with comparing the police report written by the responding officer to what Securitas submitted to Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination in 06BEM01793

RICO section

I hope that is easy enough to follow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            I will be using this complaint as my legal resume.  I will be telling people about on Monster, and Ebay and other websites.  I have no idea who is actual going to read it.

 

What type of super powers do I need to report a crime to the police?

I would like this office to investigate any of the following criminal allegations:

 

  1. Throughout the United Parcel History at 87 Brick Kiln Road, Chelmsford MA, they have never handed over their surveillance tapes of the guard shacks to any police investigation.  Why has UPS never been charged with obstruction of justice?  On June 17, 2015, UPS was evacuated, where any of the cameras handed over to police?
  2. Securitas Security Services USA Inc., lied their asses off to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination about me twice in MCAD docket Numbers 04BEM03042, and 06BEM01793, and lied about police actions under the Oath of perjury.  The list of law violations related to this is, Conflict of interest with the US Government paying Securitas about $1 billion a year, Conspiracy, Fraud and False Statements, Perjury, and RICO, does anyone wish to investigation any of those law violations? What about basic employment law? Securitas lied about me to the Police and MCAD you really expect me to believe they wouldn’t lie to someone that considered hiring me.
  3. While I worked at UPS in Chelmsford MA, Michelle Ahern stole tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of prescription drugs, everyone and their mother told me they did an investigation regarding my MCAD complaint, if so how was Michelle Ahern not caught stealing from Nov 2004 to May 2006 when my MCAD complaint was open?  Did any body from government watch 1 tape of the very same guard shacks that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams life was threatened Michelle Ahern would have been on the same cameras.  Did anyone from government do any sort of investigation?
  4. By the US and Massachusetts government not enforcing any laws where they neglectful in their duties?

 

 

 

 

Backgrounds

Why I felt this section was necessary

I tried telling people the United Parcel Service in Chelmlsford, MA, is a massive facility which thousands of people work at.  Which was bigger per square foot than Pat’s Place at Gillette Stadium.  I worked with dozens of Securitas guards at UPS in Chelmsford, MA not a handful of supervisors.  The United Parcel Service does tens thousands if not hundreds of thousands of parcels per 4 hour shift.  They need people to move those packages.  I feel with some background stuff you will have a better idea of how many false statements Securitas Security Services USA Inc made.

United Parcel Service

            The United Parcel Service might be the world’s premier package delivery service they are absolutely huge.  I will be focusing on the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford, MA, located at 87 and 90 Brick Kiln Road.

The United Parcel Service opened at this location in 1986.  It is located between Logan International airport, Manchester Airport, and the Worcester Rail Yard.  The facility itself is massive it measures 2.1 million square feet, or about double the size of the Pheasant Lane or Burlington Malls.  UPS offers shuttle bus service to help people get around the compound.  It has several different buildings.

During the period of 6 PM to 3AM UPS will do 325,000 parcels.  That is 325,000 parcels enter the facility get sorted and leave the facility within that time.  They have drivers coming in from all around the country to drop off packages to get sorted and sent to other UPS hubs.  They also have about 50 to 100 package car drivers that make home deliveries from the Chelmsford Hub each driver has a route of 55 sq. miles.  Because of the physical labor of the job the package handlers work generally 4 to 5 hour shifts starting around Noon to 1PM,they run shifts 12 PM to 5PM, 6PM to 10 PM, 11 Pm to 3AM, and 3 AM to 7 AM.  They do not run a package handling shift from 7 Am to Noon.  The majority of tractor trailer traffic arrives between 10 PM to 2AM they might have upto 600 tractor trailers go through the feeder lanes during that 4 hour stretch.

UPS has 2 unions that work there Teamsters Local 25 which boosts 25,000 members and another Union for skilled help might be IBEW.  The Teamsters Union is for package handlers and drivers.  Because of the strike of 1989 only about 50% of the workforce at UPS in Chelmsford is Union.  All the supervisors are non union.  Probably mainly because of discounts on insurance a portion of the security team is non union.

UPS has an internal security team which was lead by Mark Kelly when I was there, Jason Raplarga and Nario where also supervisors.  They had 4 members I believe assigned to watch UPS camera room.  Lets face facts with around $1 billion in assets at Chelmsford for UPS they are going to have camera coverage. UPS internal security team was 26 people in all.  Most of them enjoyed fucking with the guards.  Making sure guards checked IDs, bags, waned people, if a guard failed to do so UPS would have the guard removed from the site.  Now making sure the guards checked the bag was especially important while I was there because of people like UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern, Michelle Ahern managed to steal tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands worth of prescription drugs.  Michelle Ahern even said in her confession she threw out boxes of prescription drugs on her ride home from work.  Michelle Ahern had to walk into work and out of work through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at.  I also worked with an Eddie Maldendo who I tried reporting for the buying and selling of stolen merchandise on UPS property thanks to Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Investigator Keith Parrett I learned Eddie Maldendo got paid over $20,000 from UPS.  Keith Parrett said I only filed at Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination because of all the money Eddie Maldendo got.  I originally reported Eddie Maldendo to the Massachusetts State Police in February 2005 after piecing together story I heard from other guards. The Massachusetts State Police then barred me from the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination conference because they did not like my tone.   Look with the sheer volume of people UPS internal security team probably did what they could.  The contracted Security worked the guard shacks.  From 2004 to 2006 that was manned by Securitas Security Services USA Inc.  UPS openly admits they don’t like locking in 1 company for an extended period of time to keep the guards and employees to get to friendly.  UPS possible unknowingly cycles through the Securitas AB guard companies.

While I was at UPS in Chelmsford, UPS never handed over their guard shack surveillance tapes to any police or government investigation.

UPS hired the cops to work at least 2 shift changes at route 129 and Brick Kiln Road for traffic detail.   Would this be the reason the Chelmsford Police simple did not care.

 

 

 Securitas at UPS in Chelmsford

            In 2004 UPS awarded a contract to Securitas Security Services USA Inc, for 700 guard hours per week at $16.50 per guard hour.  Now the site was supposed to pay each guard X.  The contract was later adjusted to 650 guard hours per week.  It broke down to 4 guards working from 8 Am to 4PM, 5 guards working from 4Pm to 12 AM, and 5 guards working from 12 AM to 8AM.  The weekend was different UPS did not run a package handling shift until Sunday, so Saturday was a ghost town mostly.  Originally the guards answered to Andrea, Nario and Mark.  At some point Andrea was removed and replaced by Jason Raplarga.  UPS required at least 2 guards per shift for safety reasons.  They had 2 guard shacks for Securitas to work at.

The guards where expected to check in going and outgoing trucks and people.  The guards may have had to lock and unlock the Human Resources Building which is located across the street.  The guards might have had to change the surveillance at the guard shacks, while I was there one of the guard shacks got upgraded to Digital video recorder which UPS changed out once a week when the shack closed.  The guards might have had to add or remove seals from trucks, open or store bags for people.

Turnover was really high for Securitas. Humping the ladders in and out of the feeder lanes was more work than some people wanted to do for security work.  Other people just could not simple stay up during the over night.  Other people got removed from the site by UPS for not checking bags, or IDs.  A couple of people got removed for other reasons.  Fermin T stalked female UPS workers, some of the young girls where so scared of Fermin their parents accompanied them through the shack.  Juan DeLeon structured his breaks around UPS breaks so he could do drug sales he was removed for that reason, Eddie Maldendo sold anything not tied down he was removed in September of 2004 while he was selling laptop computers/

With all the turnover Securitas could not keep the schedule full.  Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras started his own business while he was there.  He said if his business took off he would step down.  If guards blew off shifts Raul would simple pencil himself in for shifts guards didn’t show up for.  Securitas actual had a conversation with UPS about losing money for the contract.  Raul Taveras pay was $16/hour.  He was 1 of a handful of employees where his overtime would exceed the $16.50 per guard hour.  My pay was so low my IRS straight pay was higher than my Securitas overtime pay.

I worked with a lot of fun characters such as Eddie Maldendo, I also worked with a Juan DeLeon was I was there Juan DeLeon and about a dozen UPS employees got fired or at least removed from the property because of the distribution of drugs.

 

About Me

            From 1999 to 2002, I worked at Lucent Technologies Bell Labs Innovations.  They paid me to go to school, they promoted me for going to school.  I wanted degrees in Business Administration and Electronic Technologies, both degrees would have allowed me to be a SAP engineer.

In 2004 I started working for Securitas. In April of 2004, I also worked full time at the IRS as a 30 day temp.
My supervisor Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did not stop running her mouth about what happened to me.  I lost me grip on a ladder and it ripped through my work uniform like a knife through butter.  Those ladders where big and heavy.

In September of 2004 I decided to go back to school to chase my dream.  I liked working the overnight and going to school first shift it is what I did at Bell Labs.  In September of 2004, after I got done working the overnight shift I headed off to the University of Massachusetts in Lowell.

Also in September of 2004, Security Officer John Clark lost his grip on a ladder unlike myself he tried to stop the ladder from falling.  He tore out his shoulder doing so.  He missed 17 days of work.  He wanted to be a good little dobbie and come back to work early.  Because he did not miss the legal required 21 days to collect workman’s comp.  Securitas refused to pay him.  He found a job at the cross point building and quit.  The John Clark story should show how heavy those ladders where though.

In October 2004, was Josh Lindeman first day, my supervisor kept running her fucking mouth about what happened to me at least until Josh Lindeman first day there on October 19, 2004. I hated working with Josh all he did was play fucking video games.  You don’t believe me fine.  Aks yourself this how did Michelle Ahern steal tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands in prescription drugs that she walked right straight through the guard shacks.

I requested a shift change.  I did not want to work with Alice anymore, nor did I want to work with wonderboy Josh Lindeman.  UPS might have a line of tractor trailers from the feeder lanes to route 3 during the month of October, because that is when businesses start stalking up their shelves for the holidays.

On November 4, 2004, I got a reprimand letter from Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan, and an outcome letter about an alleged investigation.  The reprimand letter pissed me off, and what alleged fucking investigation I just requested a shift change.

I hate to burst your bubble, but working full time and going to school full time, Alice Schofield was not in my personal life.  My personal life was filed with work, school, and final fantasy XI.  Nor was I at the guard shack during my non work hours talking to UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.  I did not work weekends with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams until after I requested a shift change at the earliest before that I was full time on the Alice Schofield shift.  I do freely admit to calling UPS Site Supervisor Alice Schofield up until around her daughters 6th birthday which was August 12.  I never called UPS Site Supervisor William Adams or any other Securitas employee after that point.
Now I need to fast forward some.  I quit Securitas in August of 2005, I wanted out so bad I accepted a job with a lower hourly wage at Target in Nashua, NH.  Target actual had part of the job I truly enjoyed bowling out packages after the truck was unloaded.  I left Target in October 2004, to work in my field of Electronics.  I got hired by Benchmark Electronics.  The job I did was a pass/fail tester, the job they paid me for was a mechanical assembler so I was not happy with that.  I quit in December of 2005 when Securitas thought it would be fun to turn my car into a fucking snow bank.  I was harassed some by Securitas personal there also.

From January to around August of 2006 I think I collected unemployment from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts I did accept a 30 day temp job at the IRS in Andover, Ma in April 2006.  But when I showed up at UPS in Chelmsford on July 24, 2006, around 4PM during a UPS open house.  I was indeed collecting unemployment from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts because I was harassed by Securitas guards at BAE in Hudson, NH, while I worked for Benchmark Electronics.  Considering I was recently harassed by Securitas guards, I wanted to know how I would be treated and Security Guard Ray Woodman told me to leave or he would call the police.  I left as fast as I could.  I walked back to my car, took a left out of the UPS HR Parking lot where I parked my car.  Before I took a left down Alpine I got past by a Chelmsford Police cruiser with his lights on, I took an educated guess on where he was going that is how I got a copy of the police report.  However when I woke up the next day I went to MCAD first not the police station to get a copy of the report.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US CODE CHAPTER 11

CONFLICT OF INTEREST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This section is about US Code title 18 Chapter 11, conflict of interest

According to the Securitas website they have a whole division dedicated to government contracts.  Securitas brags on their website about having 12,000 employees working Federal Contracts, around 6,000 armed and some wielding M16’s such as their cover boy on their webpage

 

Now if the government pays an average of $30/per guard hour.  Keep in mind that is not what Securitas pays the guards but what the government pays Securitas.  That is a ridiculous pay for unarmed.  But if an armed Security Guard is making $25 per hour, the company is probably getting paid about $40 per hour for his contract.

You do out the math $30 an hour, 40 hours a week, 52 weeks a year, and 12,000 employees you come to $748.8 Million.

Considering the Federal Government is paying Securitas around $750 million if not more.  That is a lot of trust and a lot of contracts.

Some of those government agencies dishing out serious money for Securitas is the United States District Attorney offices, and the Department of Justice.  Both of which I would have to file a criminal complaint through.

Now imagine if Securitas was known for lying to police officers, with holding hundreds of surveillance tapes, refusing to submit written reports, refusing to interview relevant witnesses, and telling stories under the oath of perjury.  Also lying their ass off to the police, and lying about the police actions.

Facts: Both my MCAD complaints occurred at UPS in Chelmsford they have 9 visual mounted cameras they make no attempt to hide, not 1 tape was submitted by Securitas in any claim, they talked about the CCTV coverage in the William Adams interview, the Julian Oliveras and Ray Woodman Interviews, and in the job description.  Fact:  The Teamster Union 25 is one of 2 unions at UPS in Chelmsford which boosts 25,000 members on their web page, UPS has a minimum of 40% non union jobs in the event of a strike so they can maintain fully operational status so I would guess there is at least 25,000 UPS employees that work there or out of there not 1 was interviewed in either claim.  Fact:  I worked with a lot of guards in the first claim only a small percentage was interviewed, Securitas spoke of 4 Securitas employees in the Second claim I knew 3 of them and only 1 of them was interviewed in the first claim.  Fact: Securitas did not submit 1 daily activity report, 1 police report, or 1 incident report I was involved in, in either claim.  Fact: every single interview was done exclusively from the memories of their employees. Fact:  There are numerous inconsistencies throughout the interviews.  Fact: Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told one story to the police and another to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrtimination and United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  Fact: MCAD ruled on the side of the $750 million in contracts in both claims.

Considering Securitas did all this to me.   I am willing to argue the government probably looked the other way from the get go, because the $750 million roughly they pay them the other shows a lot of trust and creates a conflict of interest.

I would like to enter 4 counts of conflict of interest by government.

2 by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and 2 by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  In regards to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Docket Numbers MCAD Docket Numbers 04BEM03042, and 06BEM01793.  They were also jointly filed with the US EEOC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US CODE CHAPTER 19

CONSPIRACY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to the law.  Title 18, USC Section 371 states, “If two or more persons conspire either to commit any offense against the United States,”

My first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint occurred at 87 Brick Kiln Road, Chelmsford, Ma.

Securitas created a story about what happened they used a lot of people in the creation of their story.  Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield, one of Alice Schofield’s better friends Josh Lindeman who was also a floater for Securitas, UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan, North East Area vice President Thomas Fagan, from Securitas US Corporate Headquarters out of West Lake Village California Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson.

By the time Securitas submitted their made up story to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Michelle Ahern was stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA for nearly 2 months.  Michelle Ahern would have been on the same cameras UPS Site Supervisor William Adams talked about as Michelle Ahern needed to pass through the guard shacks to enter and leave work.

There is a lot of stuff I can point to in their story that sounds made up to me.

  1.  If you compare the first set of interviews in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, to my second MCAD complaint 06BEM01793, who reported anything to their office?
  2. Securitas changed every single date they could find between the 2 stories.
  3. In the second legal response Securitas did to MCAD in 06BEM01793, I knew 5 out of the 7 people they referenced in their story.  I knew Security Guard Ray Woodman, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, arriving supervisor Steve Straitt who was a security guard when I worked with him, I knew UPS employees Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga.  I did not know either one of the Julians.  So why didn’t Ray, Steve, Mark, or Jason even make a cameo in my first MCAD complaint?  According to Raul Taveras they all enjoyed laughing at me.
  4. Both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras tell a different tale about a magical Friday I came in to pick up my check, both of them said I told the other one, while they listened.
  5. No where in the Incident Report written by Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield was my name even mentioned which she signed 1 day after her interview in which my name was mentioned.  Some of the same material word for word is in her interview, and her incident report.
  6. The Raul Taveras interview has my favorite line, Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan asked, “do you remember when Bill said, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.””  Where did that quote even come from?
  7. Look the interview with my name on it is completely made up, it has such phrases I was happily working weekends.  Really I was their on Josh Lindeman first night their which is a Tuesday, not a Saturday and Sunday.
  8. Number of times the United Parcel Service handed over the guard shack surveillance tapes to responding police officers, ZERO.
  9. What happened to things like privacy law?  According to both UPS Site Supervisor Bill Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras they both drilled me about my sex life.
  10. Something that would have been on those surveillance cameras, not 1 of my coworkers searched anyone or UPS Package Handler Sorter Michelle Ahern would not have been able to steal from UPS for 19 months.
  11. Out of the thousands of daily activity reports I don’t believe any where submitted.
  12. Out of the 50 + Securitas employees I worked with they only interviewed supervisors, or friends of the supervisors that signed interviews and collaborated their story.

My second Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint was filed on July 25, 2006.  It was again about UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

Securitas like my first MCAD complaint created a story, in their story they used, my former coworkers Security Guard Raymond Woodman, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, and 1 guard I didn’t know that signed interviews in Julian Oliveras, they talked about former coworker Supervisor Steve Straitt when I worked with Steve he was a Security Guard, Security Guard Julian Rivera, UPS Employees Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga.  Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Valerie Kerin, Securitas North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, and from their West Lake Ca. US Headquarters Senior Employee Relations Sherry K. Pinchak.

  1. During the time of my complaint the Chelmsford Police Department was allegedly investigating Michelle Ahern.
  2. There are numerous differences about what happened in the Raul Taveras interview itself.  Such as me not going anywhere near the UPS HR Building and him not knowing where the #90 building even is, the address for the UPS HR Building is 90 Brick Kiln Road.
  3. Securitas argued I was there scoping out the CCTV, did they tell responding police officers that where investigating Michelle Ahern that those cameras worked just fine.
  4. The story Raul Taveras told about the actions of responding police officers, did not match the officers report.
  5. Raul Taveras told 1 story to responding police officers and a different one to MCAD.
  6. Securitas did not use 1 daily report, 1 incident report, or 1 surveillance tape in the telling of their story they just needed their legendary memories.  If their memories where that legendary they must have been a wealth of knowledge for the Chelmsford Police Department in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern or did they just make everything up.

For greater detail please read Chapter 47 Fraud and False Statements, and Chapter 79 the Oath of perjury.

By violating those 2 laws to government offices, they violated this section of the law.

By violating obstruction of justice they also violated this section of the law.

Securitas in all used a team of people Security Guards Ray Woodman, Julian Oliveras, Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield, UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan, and Valerie Kerin, North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, and possible President Richard Avery, and from their Corporate Headquarters Laura A. Wilson and Sherry K. Pinchak.  All these people were used by Securitas to tell completely made up stories.  The stories at MCAD where at least jointly filed with the US EEOC.

With the law violations and there team of people I believe they violated this section of the law.

Just think all 18 months my first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint was open, UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern was stealing boxes of prescription drugs from UPS in Chelmsford.  You expect me to believe anyone did an investigation?  Michelle Ahern had to walk through the guard shacks controlled by Securitas employees entering and leaving work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US Code Chapter 47

 

Fraud and False statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042

In Section I – paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge.”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or did they interview 1 Securitas employee of my rank that I worked with from August to October of 2004.

By the time Securitas submitted their made up investigation to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, Michelle Ahern was stealing from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford MA for at least 2 months.  Michelle Ahern had to walk through the guard shacks manned by Securitas personal, Michelle Ahern would have been on the very same surveillance tapes that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams mentioned in his interviewed.  Michelle Ahern walked through the guard shacks which Securitas guards worked at with boxes of prescription drugs.  If they did an investigation how did Michelle Ahern behavior go unnoticed.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

 

In Section II – Sentence 1

Securitas stated, Brett Deveau has not been discriminated against in any unlawful matter.”

I disagree with this the person that ran her mouth about it was of the opposite sex as me.  Securitas also did not interview 1 person as the same rank as me that I worked with from August to October of 2004.  The three people that signed interviews that I worked with were all supervisors.  I was the only Security Guard to be allegedly interviewed from August to October of 2004.

I would like to argue while I worked during the week Monday to Friday, UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern was not stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA.  Michelle Ahern did not start stealing from UPS in Chelmsford until I switched to a weekend shift.  I would like to argue I was the only Securitas employee that did their job and searched UPS employees so I therefore was discriminated against.

 

In Section II – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau did report during an investigation interview complaint of inappropriate behavior by his supervisor.”

I am curious what was the alleged investigation Securitas was doing.  The Alice Schofield interview does not match the Alice Schofield Incident Report she signed 1 day after her interview.  I was not even named in the Incident Report Alice Schofield signed.

Section II – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The complaint was thoroughly investigated; letters advising the results of the investigation were sent to the appropriate parties and Mr. Deveau’s immediate supervisor was appropriately reprimanded.”

I do not understand how any complaint I did to Securitas was thoroughly investigation.  Securitas did not interview 1 Security Guard I normally worked with, Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, Securitas did not reference 1 Incident report, Securitas did not reference 1 surveillance tape., Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee.

You really expect me to believe they investigated the work environment at UPS in Chelmsford, MA, when Michelle Ahern stole probably close to $250,000 worth of prescription drugs she got through the guard shacks manned by Securitas employees.  Michelle Ahern would have been on as many as 9 different surveillance cameras going through the guard shacks.

In Section II – Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau was reprimanded also reprimanded for inappropriate conversations.”

If that statement was true that I had inappropriate conversations why didn’t Shift Supervisor Schofield, UPS Site Supervisor Adams, or Securitas Operations Manager Taveras write me up.  All 3 of them outranked me and could have fired me.  Securitas wrote me up because I complained about one of their precious supervisors.

In Section II – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “Respondent also accommodated Mr. Deveau’s request to be moved to a different shift.”

I agree I did get a shift change after I complained.  I was working during the week Mon – Fri on the Alice Schofield shift.   The interview with my name on it is 100%, I was not working happily on the weekends at the time and date on that interview.  So there is no way I could have had all those made up conversations Securitas said I had with UPS Site Supervisor Adams.  Securitas said I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams in early October on a Sunday morning.  During that time I was on the Alice Schofield shift, as it is clearly stated here, I was not awarded a shift change until I complained.

In Section III – Company Background

What Securitas submitted in this section is partial true.  I am not going to argue they lied but they did not tell the whole truth.  Comparing this background to the background section on their website it does not match.   There is no mention of Securitas AB in their background.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He received a 5% pay increase on May 7, 2004.”

That is false I received a 2.5% raise, my pay went from $10/hour to $10.25/hour

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “On October 25, 2004, during an investigation interview Mr. Deveau advised the interviewer that his immediate supervisor, was telling his fellow employees about the embarrassing incident.”

Now, Securitas stated, I was awarded a shift change after I complained, the October 25, 2004.  With that date there is no way I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams since I was still working during the week, and was not awarded a shift change at that point.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “An investigation outcome letter is sent to all the pertinent parties with appropriate warnings.”

The incident report dated October 19, 2004, states William Adams and Joshua Lindeman had a very inappropriate conversation about Alice Schofield, Joshua Lindeman was never reprimanded.  According to the William Adams interview Securtias Operations Manager Raul Taveras drilled me with questions about my personal life he was never reprimanded.

In Section V – Policies and Procedures

Unlike Sherry K. Pinchak, Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description.

Securitas picks and chooses when to follow their legendary policies, in the Job dsescrtiption handed in by Sherry K. Pinchak.  She speaks of writing reports, no daily activity reports, incident reports, or surveillance tapes where ever handed in involving anything I reported to Securitas.

In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle worked at the very same UPS in Chelmsford Securitas guards had a contract for.  Michelle walked out of that facility with possible 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs over a period of 19 months November 2004 to June 2006, Securitas did not follow their own policies and search her bags or person or Michelle would not have been able to discard the boxes on Brick Kiln Road on her drive home from UPS.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau complaint of sexual discrimination is inaccurate.  The respondent never discriminated against Mr. Deveau.  Mr. Deveau advised Respondent during an investigation interview that his immediate supervisor was sexual harassing him by telling fellow employees of an embarrassing incident that had occurred.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me until I was introduced to Joshua Lindeman several months after the ladder fell.

What was Securitas investigating?

At the time and date on the interview with my name on it, I was not happily working weekends, as Securitas admits in this complaint I was not awarded a shift change until after I complained.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “The complaint was included in the ongoing investigation and found to be true.  All pertinent parties were advised of the results of the investigation; each was counseled on proper behavior in the workplace and the contents of the Respondent’s sexual harassment policy.  Disciplinary warnings were given to offending participants, including Mr. Deveau. As policy guidelines had been followed, the complaint was closed.”

Again if Securitas wants to say I was awarded a shift change after I complained on October 25, 2004, then I was not working with the weekends with William Adams.  I worked on the Alice Schofield shift which was Mon-Fri. The interview with my name on it could not have occurred.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 1 

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau never discussed his concerns about sexual harassment he felt he was experiencing until he was being interviewed regarding another investigation.”

What was this alleged investigation?

How can Securitas say I never discussed it, both UPS Site Supervisor Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said I was so mad I was going to take people to court.

Again, if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then I could not have been working weekends with William Adams in early October.  I was not awarded a shift change until several weeks later

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 2 and 3

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau has several means of reporting concerns of harassment including advising his next level of supervisor, advising the Branch Manager, advising Human resources, and/or contacting the AlertLine communication device.  Mr. Deveau chose not to utilize any of these mechanisms.”

If you read the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras interviews both of them state I was so made I was considering taking people to court.  UPS Site Supervisor Adams was my next level of Supervisor, and Raul Taveras was his supervisor.  So that statement is false.  Also did Securitas not say I told Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan in their made up interview they swear by with the October 25, 2004 date on it.

Does Securitas want to explain where Kevin Phelan was in my chain of command?

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “As soon as Mr. Deveau reported the incidents during the investigation interview Respondent took immediate action.”
Again if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then that interview is false I could not have been working weekends with William Adams since I was not awarded a shift change until after this investigative interview.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “It interviewed the appropriate parties, gathering facts and determining results.”

With no surveillance tapes, no daily activity reports, no incident reports, none of the normal people I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift even interview, no UPS employees interviewed that statement Securitas made is false.

If you look at Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern you know UPS in Chelmsford is recorded.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “All pertinent parties were advised of the results; appropriate disciplinary actions were initiated and they were counseled on appropriate behavior in the work place.”

Securitas wrote up everyone that complained to their office, I do not know how that is legal

The term I find hard to swallow is “appropriate disciplinary actions”

Who did I have any inappropriate conversations with?  I did not work weekends with William Adams until after I was awarded a shift change before that I worked on the Alice Schofield shift, and no one that I normally worked with said anything about conversations I had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 7

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau and his immediate supervisor were assigned to different shifts.”

The date on the interview with my name on it is October 25, 2004.  According to this statement I was working the Alice Schofield shift.  So I was not working with William Adams.  Securitas lied their asses off about the imaginary conversation myself and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 8

Securitas stated, “This is a frivolous complaint needlessly filed after the fact.”

I complained to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on November 9, 2004, because Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan wrote me up for complaining about Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield in my opinion.  I did bring with me to MCAD the outcome letter I received and the counseling and corrective action report I got on the same day.  MCAD wanted some background information.  That would be retaliation.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 9,

Securitas stated, ”Respondent properly handled this complaint and appropriate action and counseling were meted out to the appropriate parties.”

How did Securitas handle this complaint appropriately?  They lied their asses off about doing any sort of investigation they wrote me up because they fucking felt like it.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 10 and 11,

Those two sentences are the opinion of Securitas

 

 

Securitas Exhibits in their legal response in MCAD docket Number 04BEM03042

I would like to look at the interviews they submitted first.  The first one in the numerical order they submitted is Alice Schofield interview.

The first question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks: “Who told you that Bill Adams had made statements pertaining to you?”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield’s answer, “ Josh Lindeman told me that Bill said things like “she’s the biggest bitch I’ve ever worked for.  She would write you up for having a moustache; she writes people up for no reason.”

Securitas did not produce 1 document to support where that question came from.  You see life happens in a time order, the date on this interview is October 25, 2004.  Now Alice Schofield did indeed write an incident report about it, but it was not signed until October 26, 2004 which is the day after this interview.

Also if Alice Schofield would write summon up for having a moustache she would only be following UPS well documented personal appearance policy.

Securitas also never submitted anything about Alice writing people up.  That would have had some insight about my work environment

The second question and answer in the interview and the first question and answer on the second page in the Alice Schofield is

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you had any issues with Bill before?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’ve written Bill up before.  Back in March when he was working on one of the trucks we were being audited and I told him he needed to get down while the truck was running.  He called me every name in the book in front of 7 trucks and three other guard (John Clark was one).”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you feel uncomfortable working with him?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’m a professional and will do my job, but I don’t want to have anything to do with him that is not work related.  He must have gotten the hint from Raul because he didn’t say anything to me last night.  One more thing: back in March, I heard he told Raul that “I stayed outside all night so that I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Alice Schofield cited 7 UPS truck drivers as witnesses, and three other guards about something that happened to her back in March.

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports about it, incident reports, or even look for any surveillance tapes.  They only questioned 1 person about that exact quote.  The only person Raul Taveras and when Raul Taveras was asked about it still makes no sense to me.

 

The fourth bold statement in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Go on about what you heard Bill say.”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield response, “On Josh Lindeman’s first night of training, he heard all this negative stuff about the supervisor (meaning her). He expected some “mean ogre” to be there after hearing what bill had to say.  Bill also told him I had sexual intercourse with other guards on my shift.  I found out just recently that Brett Deveau was mentioned as one of those guards.”
During the telling of Securitas story using an exact first and last name is a rarity.

Now if you want to believe this interview, why was I not even named in an Incident report Supervisor Schofield signed the day after this interview.  Supervisor Schofield even used the “mean ogre” comment in both.

Supervisor Schofield probably called Josh Lindeman a dozen times a week, so how could Josh Lindeman be expecting a mean ogre.  Also Josh Lindeman and Alice Schofield had a prior work history as discussed in the Raul Taveras interview, and Josh Lindeman interview they worked together at the United States Postal Service.  Why did Alice not tell Kevin Phelan about this work history?

 

The next question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened after you wrote Bill up?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “Bill told me I walked in Sunday night (11:55) that the report was laughed out of the Lowell office; that I had no right to write him up because they’re both supervisors.  I was going to get a written warning myself for this.  I ignored him because I know his temper even though he said it three more times.  His comment when I was going out the door was that he said Brett told him that he had slept with me and that Brett was going to take me civil court.”

I have several problems trying to believe this answer.

  1.  Supervisor Alice Schofield tells Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan at his Lowell Office, that the report Alice Schofield wrote got laughed out of this very office, and it did not provoke a response from the person doing the interview.
  2. Who did Supervisor Schofield think was going to write up her up?
  3. Supervisor Schofield hammers home that point, that I was running my mouth about having sex with her, but yet I did not even get an honorable mention on an incident report she signed the day after this interview.

The Amended question in the Alice Schofield interview last question page 2

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you talk about sex and sex toys while at work?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “No, I don’t.”

According to the Securitas time order, just when was that questioned asked?  This question will also be discussed in privacy law violations.

The first Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any issues with any of your fellow employees at the UPS Site?”

Securitas made up answer, “I requested not to work with Alice anymore.  She’s been sexual harassing me since the middle of August.  My pants got caught in ladder and fell down and she’s made jokes ever since.    She just told Josh (Lindeman) last Tuesday.  I told Raul that if he didn’t remove me from her schedule I’d file a complaint.  He did that and I’m happy with the resolution.  I work 32 hours on the weekends and am happy with that.”

I have several problems with this answer compared to Securitas response statement.

  1.  Securitas said in their response statement written by Laura A. Wilson I was not awarded a shift change until after this made up interview, so there is no way I could be happily working 32 hours on the weekends.
  2. Securitas says I told Securitas Operation Manager Raul Taveras and he put me on the weekends, Raul Taveras was 2 supervisors over me.  That would follow their chain of command they said I did not follow.
  3. Securitas couldhave submitted daily activity reports, to support this made up answer and they did not.
  4. Joshua Lindeman signed the incident report stating 10/19/04 was his first night here, the date on this interview is 6 days after that.  There is no way I was happily working 32 hours on the weekends.

The second Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you tell anyone you feel you were being sexual harassed?”

The made up answer, “Yes, my account manager.  I asked to be taken off her shift and that if I didn’t I was going to file a lawsuit against him.”

Look individual people are to fucking poor generally for me to want to sue.  Really I didn’t talk about Raul Taveras legendary business if I was that mad at Raul talking to someone else.

The fourth Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you work with Bill Adams as your supervisor?”

Securitas made up answer, “I work with him on weekends.”

Look as Securitas argued I was not awarded a shift change until after the date of this made up interview, so I was not working with Bill on the weekends.  Alice Schofield shift was Mon-Fri she owned her own business and was a single mother.

The fifth and sixth question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever heard him using inappropriate language?”
The made up answer, “no.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Ever him swear at anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Never”

Look I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, William Adams and Alice Schofield waged a political campaign over Raul Taveras job.  Raul said if his business takes off he would step down.  Those two thought they were the only 2 qualified they fought constantly.

The seventh question and answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “have you ever heard hin be abusive to anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Like Alice, he can joke with people.   He has apologized if he’s offended me.  He once made a joke about my hair, but stopped after that one time and apologized.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams before the time dated on this interview.  I worked the Alice Schofield shift.

The 8 and 9 question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever tell Bill you slept with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “I never slept with her.”

For the one and only time Securitas wants you to believe they now asked for clarity

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan, “That was not my question.  Your person life is your own business.  Did you ever tell him that you slept with her?”

Securitas made up answer, “No, I didn’t.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield shift.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams started as a part time employee collecting 100% disability, I worked at the IRS in addition to Securitas, I also attended UML.

So when are me and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams going to have all these magical conversations.

 

The first made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “You told Alice that you were thinking of taking Raul to civil court because he’s the account manager.  What was the issue with that?”

Securitas made up answer, “I was going to see what charges I could file against Raul.  I complained to him about Alice’s behavior.  If he didn’t move me, I was going to press charges.  He put me on weekends and I’m fine.  If he hadn’t done anything about it he would have to the Attorney General.”

Look I tried reporting Raul Taveras for billing UPS for hundreds if not thousands of hours he did not work while he worked at his own business, I tried to report that Raul Taveras was one of Eddie Maldendo better customers.  As this office has the power to do, please look through the emails I sent the FBI.

So yeah, there is some truth in that.

But you want to believe I said that to an HR Manager and he didn’t even ask a follow up question.

The second made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “Yes.  She wrote me up for not showing up for a shift I wasn’t scheduled for on 10/21.  Raul called me back and I came in for him.  He apologized for that.”

Nice rich answer her, were the write up?

The third made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues?”

Securitas made up answer, “I’ve seen a lot of illegal activity at the site.  I’ve seen Raul work a triple shift before.  One time he worked 28 straight hours.  Another problem with Alice is that before last week, she hadn’t written up a white person.  (Clark late four times no write up). Amid gets written up for being late once.”

Yes, I have seen a lot of illegal activity.  Eddie Maldendo buying and selling stolen goods, Juan DeLeon buying and selling drugs, I recently learned about Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern who was at least in and out of court for stealing IWP deliveries. As for Raul Taveras he would pencil himself in for shifts guards blew off, that why he would be scheduled for 28 straight hours.

Also if I dropped the names john Clark and Amid why wasn’t either interviewed.

The last made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Is there anything else you’d like to add?”

Securitas made up answer, “Raul would have been condoning sexual harassment. I have 30-40 witnesses of that.  She told everyone the story of my pants coming off.”

I probably had 30 or so Securitas coworkers at the UPS client site

 

Securitas wants you to believe this interview happened.  It is not signed.  My counseling and corrective action report is clearly signed.

MCAD allowed Securitas almost 56 days to create this story, they typed up this interview after I field my claim.

The counseling and corrective action report I signed was signed 10 days after this made up interview.  I signed the Counseling and Corrective Action report on November 4, 2004.  That bullshit interview was 10/25/04.

 

Next I would like to look at the William Adams interview

The First Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have conversations about Alice Schofield’s personal life?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “I did have one with Brett about three weeks ago.  It was in front of one or two other guards, but I can’t remember who is was with, Not sure of the date, but I think it was a Sunday morning.”

Securitas could have referenced work schedules to know the people who UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was referring to.  Securitas could have referenced Daily Activity reports.

Securitas probably made up this interview at their US Corporate Headquarters.

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams on weekends until I was awarded a shift change.  Three weeks before this date is October 5, 2004, at that point in time I was not awarded my shift change.

Securitas also had full knowledge of Joshua Lindeman first night were UPS Site Supervisor William Adams went off for probably hours about Alice Schofield.

The Second Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What was the conversation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett was saying how he was in love with Alice but because she had issues he may not be able to see her anymore.  That’s when I said, “You did have sex with her, right?” When it got around to her (three weeks later), she wrote me up.”

Really you want me to believe he does not remember the date or who was there.  But he remembers the exact conversation.  Bullshit.

Securitas had the ability to look at daily activity reports and schedules to see who was there.

Now if Alice wrote Bill Adams up where is it?

And when would that have been.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said 3 weeks ago he had a conversation with me, and three weeks later when Alice Schofield got wind of it she wrote Up UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.  Was that what Alice Schofield said William said got laughed out of the Lowell Office?

Again the lack of questions helps shows Securitas made up this whole damn thing.

The Third Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever called her a “bitch” or a bull dike?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “No. And since I heard that she had sex with the guys, why would I call her that?”

Where did this question come from?

No one in the interview process uses the term “bull dike” until the Joshua Lindeman interview which was done the day after the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview.

The fifth Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have an issue with her back in March?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “ Yes.  She followed me up a ladder and it was very unsafe.  I got mad and said a couple of swears, I apologized the next day.”

Now if you wish to believe the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield interview, she said UPS Site Supervisor William Adams told Securitas Operations Managaer Raul Taveras, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned about that exact phrase but UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was not

The seventh Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever refer to her as a bitch or tell anyone she writes everyone up for everything?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “I didn’t refer to her as a bitch but I did say she was a control freak.  She does write everyone up.  She sees a squirrel and writes it down.”

Now if Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did indeed write everyone up for everything, why didn’t Securitas submit those to MCAD.  It could have shown hostile work environment.

The first Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Sunday night?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “She tried to write me up and I told her that she couldn’t because I’m a supervisor just as she is. I told her Raul would explain the rest of it to her.”

This does not match what Alice Schofield said about according to her, it was laughed out of the Lowell Office.

Is this a question off of the second question and answer in the Alice Schofield interview?

The third Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett tell you he’d had sexual intercourse with Alice?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “He came to pick up his check this past Friday and that’s when he admitted to Raul with me present that he had sex with Alice.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras gave a different story of this past Friday

Also on Friday I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I had no reason to come back there to get my check.

The Securitas pay week was wed-tues or something they were to cheap to pay over time for weekends.

The fifth Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Can you shed any light on the Brett pants situation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett doesn’t wear any underwear under his pant, She embarrassed him in front of Linderman on his first day.  Alice was psyched to see him, Brett saw her say hi and she turned to Josh and said, “this is Brett, he liked to get naked in the feeder lanes.” “Lindeman was siting on the counter and Alice was in between his legs hugging him when Brett came in the door.”

No one else said Alice Schofield was between Josh Lindeman’s legs.  Josh did say Alice made an unusual request for him at work.  Nor did Securitas question anyone about Alice Schofield’s position.

The fact that someone I didn’t even work with had this level of detail is just remarkable

The First Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Friday when Brett Deveau came in on Friday to pick up his check?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answers, “He and Bill were going outside on Bill’s requested.  I told them I needed to listen to the conversation.  Bill asked, “Do you remember that day when we were talking and it came up in conversation that you said that ‘I love her?’ Well, didn’t you say you had sex with her?” Brett answered yes.”

Problems I have with this

  1. It differs from what UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said happened in his interview.
  2. Really, I went to UML, I worked for Securitas.  Raul Taveras owned his own business and William Adams collected 100% disability when he originally started for Securitas.
  3. I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Alice Schofield shift.
  4. The contract was for 700 guard hours per week, their would have been at least 2 other Securitas employees that would have witnessed this conversation.

 

The Second Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have any conversations with Alice about her relationship with Brett?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “She said that story’s all a lie and she can prove it with her own family doctor.  Brett was helping her at the house, cleaning up the bird cages she has for her business.  She was getting volunteers off the internet, and Brett volunteered to help.  They were friendly, and then one day it just stopped. He jokes around normally, but lately its been all business with her.”

I have several problems with that answer.

  1. Who the fuck talks that way?  What could her family Doctor possible prove?
  2. There where no phone calls between myself and Alice Schofield since around August 12, 2004, no calls to baby sit, no calls to pick something up at the store, no booty calls.
  3. I never ran into any volunteers off the internet, she was a single mother.  I have a hard time buying she did that.
  4. Raul was aware she was running her mouth about the pants incident for months at least until Josh Lindeman started and he could not figure it out.

 The fourth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ask to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No. He asked me to move him to a weekend schedule.  He never told me why.  But after Lindeman came along, they clashed.  That’s when all the crazyness started.  He said that he did not want to work with him.  I had him work the rest of the week and then he never had to work with him again.”
Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield worked Mon to Fri she had a kid and did not work weekends, how is asking for a weekend schedule not asking to get moved from her schedule?

Again he knows Alice Schofield was running her mouth for months about what happened to me.

The fifth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Why didn’t he want to work with Josh?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Brett said he didn’t want to work with Lindeman because he was playing with a Gameboy on their first day together.  Also, because he takes half hour bathroom breaks.”

This answer does not match when Josh Lindeman said he whipped out his Gameboy

UPS does upto 600 trucks between 10 pm to 2AM.  UPS in Chelmsford moves 325,000 parcels into and out of that facility between 11 PM to 7 AM.  Josh Lindeman barricaded himself in the bathroom for 60 to 75 minutes to start every shift I worked with him.  30 minutes would have been a god send.

First question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett ask you specifically that he did not to work with Alice?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “A week or two before Lindeman came, he said he didn’t want to work that shift anymore.  He never gave me a reason why.  His mood changed, and he said he wanted to work on weekends.”

 

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras now if I told Raul Taveras I did not want to work with Alice, how can he say I never asked to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?

Third question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ever threaten to take you to court?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Not me, Securitas, yes. Alice, Yes.”

Raul Taveras wants you to believe I threatened to take people to court but I never told him why I didn’t want to work with Alice Schofield.

Sixth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Anything else you want to tell me?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “There’s been worse that’s happened than someone playing with a Gameboy.  Chris was reading a book at the time, Brett was leaning against the wall.  There was no trucks.  I think it was jealously or something.”

First off when was this?

Why wasn’t Chris interviewed?

Who is Chris?

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield spent her night reading romance novels and calling Josh Lindeman before he started.

Seventh and eighth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you there the first time Josh came to the sight?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No, but I heard that they hugged and were happy to see each other.  They worked together at the Post office.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Who told you they hugged when they saw each other?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “basically everyone on the shift.  Alice is pretty professional, so when they saw that they thought it was kind of strange.”

The only person that said they hugged was UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan investigation was so through he couldn’t even look at the schedule from the week before.

Ninth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you remember Bill saying he “stayed outside so he wouldn’t kill the bitch?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “I remember him saying he stayed outside, but I don’t remember the other part.”

You want me to believe Raul Taveras has the ability to answer this question without a last name or a time reference.

The Guard contract was for 700 hours a week, and there is over ten thousand UPS employees that work at UPS in Chelmsford or out of there.

At no other point in the interview was Raul Taveras asked 1 question about UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

First Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard Bill Adams make unprofessional remarks about Alice Schofield?”

Joshua Lindeman gives a long winded answer.  He probably read the Incident Report him and Alice Schofield signed the day before.

No where in the incident report or Joshua Lindeman answer did he say my name, so how did Alice Schofield drop my name?

Second Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened when you first saw Alice?”

Securitas Security Guard Floater Joshua Lindeman answer,” When I finally saw Alice, we were happy to see each other as we worked together at the USPS.  I told her about my conversation with Bill.  When Raul showed up, she told him what I told her about my conversation with Bill.”

Supervisor Alice Schofield did not talk about this conversation in her interview.  Why wouldn’t Joshua Lindeman tell Raul Taveras himself?  There was an 8 hour time lapse between when UPS Site Supervisor William Adams left and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras arrived.  There is no mention about Alice Schofield being in between Josh Lindeman legs hugging him that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said occurred.

Third Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you playing a gameboy?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “Yes. My second day, because I realized there was dead time during the end of the shift.  I never played it when trucks were there.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said he whipped his Gameboy out on 1st day.

fourth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard any other rumors about sexual relations at the facility?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “No. Only when Bill made reference to Alice and the employee that she had tagged.”

Where did Alice Schofield get my name in her interview?  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said in his interview he had a conversation with me about 3 weeks ago, then later on when it got back to her 3 weeks later he wrote him up.  Why doesn’t Josh have any recollection of that?

fifth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you witnessed Alice yelling at other employees?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answered, “Not really.  She doesn’t raise her tone, but she does tell us to do things that I’m not used to.  We’ve had conversations that have risen, but not yelling.  Just getting into the conversations.”

What did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ask Josh Lindeman to do that he’s not used to?

By this point he was at UPS in Chelmsford 8 days.

Joshua Lindeman did not say anywhere in his interview he called Alice Schofield.  I strongly believe the two of them had a relationship on some level.  The government can look up phone history then compare it to all the underlined points Securitas made in their exhibits.

Alice Schofield’s outcome letter

With all the outcome letters some sections where definitely copy paste.

I would like to look at the first paragraph of Alice Schofield outcome letter

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 3rd paragraph of the Alice Schofield outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

My Outcome Letter – first paragraph

 

Securitas HR Kevin Phelan stated, “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by Alice Schofield.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 Incident report 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 4rd paragraph of my outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras did not even agree on the magical Friday I came in to pick up my check

I would now like to look at the William Adams Outcome letter 1st paragraph

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Where in the William Adams interview, did William report anything related to Inappropriate conversations.

He said he was scared shit of G. Yepez and they never even interviewed G. Yepez.

I am not saying he didn’t get question on, but actually reported it.

Securitas Policies

I would know like to look at the Employment Standards acknowledgment

Securitas took the time to underline 3 points.

  1. “I agree to cooperate with the Company and its clients in any investigation requested by Securitas. I will voluntarily participate in any investigation, interview or any other test or procedure requested by management.”

I was interviewed by Securitas, I am not going to deny that.  About 2 weeks after MCAD Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras asked if I would go down to HR and answer questions about Alice Schofield.  I told him everything I had to say I told MCAD.  With an open legal argument I was content in collecting unemployment if they fired me.

  1. “Securitas’ policy prohibits romantic, sexual relationships, or any other relationship which creates a potential conflict of interest, discord, or distraction that interfere with workplace productivity.”

Throughout the Securitas story they tried to argue I was in a relationship with Alice, expressing my undying love for her and going off about the legendary sex.  Look I was not even calling Alice Schofield but you know who was? Josh Lindeman.  Really Josh Lindeman gets strattled by Alice Schofield and hugged by Alice Schofield which both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras says occurred.  That someone does not violate this section, bull shit.

  1. “I agree to conduct myself in a professional manner at all times. Profanity, facially or sexually charged or explicit jokes or language, or any form of violence or threat of violence while on post or while employed will not be tolerated.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams called G. Yepez “a piece of shit” Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield agreed with him.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned on the following phrase, “Bill Adams said he worked outside all night so he wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  How does that not violate this section.

I would now like to look at their policy Against harassment and discrimination

How did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield behavior not violate?

-“Verbal harassment of a sexual nature, lewd comment, sexual jokes or references, or offensive personal references”

-“Demeaning, insulting, intimidating or sexual suggestive comments about an individual’s personal appearance”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ran her mouth about what happened to me for 2 months and that is what they admitted to.

Next I would like to look at Discipline and termination guidelines.

Securitas underlined two points 2, and 20

  1. “Illegal discrimination or harassment”.

According to their own policy they should have fired her on the spot.

  1. “Willful or repeated violation of Company code of business ethics, it is sexual harassment policy or other forms of unlawful discrimination.”

My immediate supervisor made fun about what happened to me, she was a member of the opposite sex.  She should have been fired on the spot.

 

Job Description questions

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Sherry K Pinchak did submit in 06BEM01793

I would like to argue since Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description that Laura A Wilson committed fraud.

My Securitas coworkers did not preform their job descriptions while I was there, this could have caused a hostile work environment for me.  After all Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield got made fun of for trying to follow policy in her opinion. After all it was clearly stated that Alice Schofield would write everything up.

Under Essential Functions I would like to quote the following

Point 1.,“Controls access to client facility through the admittance process, assists visitors with a legimate need to gain entry to the facility, screens visitors and client employees in an efficient manner in order to expedite thei admittance to the facility.”

.Point 4, “Monitors entrances and exits, prevents unapproved or unlawful entry, controls entrances, the movement of people and vechicles, and parking, operates a gate and examines vehicle contents; monitors remote entrances using closed circuit television; operates remote access devices; in a calim manner directs person who cause a disturbance to leave the property.”

Point 7. “Prepares logs or reports as required for site; writes or types reports or enters information in a computer using standard grammer; inspects security control logs and takes action as required.”

Point 8. “observes and reports incidents or suspicious activity to client representatives , company management, life/safety personal or public safety authorities as appropriate for the circumstances and/or as required by the site.”

Point 10. “Acts to ensure that all property removal is conducted within appropriate policy requirements and in accord with client standards, identifies client products or materials among items carried by client employees or visitors.”

Now looking at those 4 points, Securitas guards did not do their job during the week.  Michelle Ahern walked out with about a dozen or two dozens boxes of prescription drugs from IWP.  Michelle Ahern stole from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, from November 04 to June 06.  If the Securitas did their job she would have never been able to do that.

Securitas guards I worked with violated multiple points of the basic job descrtiption.  It might help explain why Securitas Senior employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a copy of the job description.

Michelle Ahern did not start stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, until I switched to a weekend shift.  UPS does not offer package handling shifts on the weekends.

 

 

 

 

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 06BEM01793

The following is the second paragraph of an introduction under Dear. Ms. Hope:

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge. This information is produced solely in response to this charge and is not to be used for any other matter”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or even interview all the Securitas employees that where there on July 24, 2006.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 1 Sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There was no discrimination based on retaliation or for any other unlawful reason.”

The Securitas guards assigned at the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford, MA.  Did not do their day to day job description functions as assigned by their own job description.  I was targeted by Raul Taveras when he saw me.  In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle confessed to throwing away IWP boxes on her ride home from work.  In order to get from the UPS main package handling facility to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks that Securitas guards where assigned to.  Since Michelle Ahern stole close to $100,000 worth of prescription drugs Securitas guards did not even search people that passed through the guard shack.

Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from UPS in Chelmsford MA from November 2004 to June 2006, the time period of the alleged MCAD investigation was from November 2004 to May 2006.

Note: The Michelle Ahern story I read in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it was written by Lowell Sun court reporter Lisa Redmond.  I tried contacting Lisa she was unavailable for comment.

If there was no discrimination why was I targeted by Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras during a UPS open house.

Section I Summary of employer’s Position Paragraph I last two sentences

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s employment with the Company was not terminated.  Claimant quit his employment with the Company in August of 2005.”

From the Police Report dated July 24, 2006, at 407 PM, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told the responding police officers, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Granted I do agree with what Securitas wrote with these 2 sentences, but it does not match what Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told responding police officers.  According to MGL Chapter 268 Section I, I do not have to prove which statement is false just that both cannot be true.

Also I was not working for Securitas at the time of the complaint, so Summary of employer position is also false.  I was collecting unemployment in July of 2006.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 1

Securitas states, “At the end of July 2006, Claimant was found trespassing on the UPS client site and taking unauthorized pictures of the grounds.”

The responding Police Officer never questioned me about trespassing.  No surveillance tapes where ever handed over to the police or MCAD.  If I was trespassing why didn’t Securitas just hand over the tapes.

According to the Lisa Redmond court report in the Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern case, the Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff had UPS surveillance tapes in that case from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford Ma.  According to the Lisa Redmond article Michelle Ahern was caught on tape.

Despite UPS being recorded Securitas made no attempt to hand over those surveillance tapes.

On July 24, 2006, around 4PM, I attended a UPS open house.  By attending a UPS open house during the time period UPS posted in the Lowell Sun, Sunday July 23, 2006, I was invited to UPS and was not trespassing.

I was collecting unemployment from the commonwealth of Massachusetts attending an open house for a business that was hiring.

There is no mention of the open house UPS was having in July 2006 anywhere in the response statement written by Sherry K Pinchak.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “When Claimant refused to leave, the security officers on duty did their job, and called the police.”
I disagree, I left when Security Officer Raymond Woodman asked me to, or I would have been there when responding police officers arrived.

On June 16, 2015, responding police officers from several towns arrived at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

So it is possible the Billerica Police could have responded sooner.

If I did not leave when asked I would have been there when police arrived.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “While he alleges discrimination based on retaliation for filing a previous MCAD claim, his claims have no merit.”

Look Securitas called the police on me during a UPS open house.  I really doubt I was the only non UPS employee there that day.

Securitas did not submit any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, to support their made up story.  Securitas did not even submit a copy of the responding police officer’s report which they could have got for $1.

Securitas never told MCAD or the responding police officers, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was indeed my former supervisor. Raul Taveras was my listed supervisor on my counseling and corrective actions report that was handed in by Securitas in my previous MCAD complaint.

I knew 5 out of the 7 people Securitas used in their story, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor, arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt was a Security Guard when I worked with him, Security Guard Ray Woodman was also a coworker of mine when I worked there.  Securitas also quoted Lost Prevention Supervisors Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga who both worked for UPS when I was a guard at UPS.  Also in the Ray Woodman interview Ray speaks of me yelling at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Would those 5 people have acted that way according to Securitas if I did not know them?

Section II Company Background

Look I did some research before ever filing 1 legal action at the United States District Courts.  The company background section does not match the history section posted on their web site which is http://www.securitas.com/us/en/.

There is no mention of Securitas AB anywhere within what they submitted to MCAD in either claim.

It is not what they said is false, it is what they said is a partial truth which is a false statement.

I attached some screen shots I took of that website I am submitting with this complaint.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 1 sentences 2 and 3

Securitas states, In May 2004, Claimant received 5% salary increase.  Clearly, there was no discrimination.”

Why did they add that last sentence, would the second sentence not have been enough?

First off the raise I got was 2.5% not 5%, if it was 5% that would be more true.  My pay went from $10/hour to $10.25 an hour.

Securitas Guard Eddie Maldendo and his customers all got a raise to at least $10.50/hour

I tried arguing how much crime occurred at UPS in Chelmsford MA, while I was there see Brett Deveau v. Chelmsford Police Department, and Brett Deveau v. Michael J. Sullivan, United States District Attorney, Boston District.  Both were filed at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse, United States District Courts.

Thanks to the Lowell Sun, court reporter Lisa Redmond, I can now add, Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.

The only way Michelle Ahern, walked through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at with boxes of prescription drugs is if Securitas guards did not do their jobs at all, or some of them got a cut to look the other way.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “In October 2004, a ladder fell from a truck accidentally tearing Claimant’s pants off leaving Claimant naked from the waist down.  He alleged that other employees made light of this and alleged this to be sexual harassment.”

First off, in the first MCAD complaint Securitas stated in their response it happened in August of 2004.

Secondly, I handed MCAD a copy of my outcome letter when I filed my first MCAD complaint, in Securitas response in my first MCAD complaint Securitas also handed MCAD an outcome letter of their investigation.  So, I didn’t have to allege shit.  It was a fact that other people made fun of me.

Thirdly, no where in Securitas first response to MCAD did they say I was naked from the waist down.

Fourthly, Julian Oliveras had full knowledge of what happened to me in the feeder lanes and I never worked with him.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 4

Securitas stated, “On December 3, 2004, Claimant filed a claim of sexual harassment with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination  which was dismissed in May 2006.”

I filed my first MCAD complaint on November 9, 2004.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 5

Securitas stated, “:In August 2005, Claimant quit his employment with the Company.”

I do not disagree with that statement, but it does not match what they told responding police officers on July 24, 2006 at 407 PM, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher stated, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Why did they not tell that to responding police officers?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 1

Securitas stated, “Around July 24, 2006, at 4:00 PM, Claimant was seen taking pictures of and walking around the grounds of the UPS client site.”

First off, it was on July 24, 2006 around 4PM.  Secondly I was unemployed in July 2006, Securitas was not my employer.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He was an unauthorized visitor.”

I do not understand how someone collecting unemployment, showing up within the time period of a company hiring during an open house, is an unauthorized visitor.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “Claimant had never mentioned to the security officers on duty that he was applying for a job at UPS.”

Really, if I never mentioned that to my former supervisor, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras how did he know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  The company I left Securitas for because I wanted out of there so bad was Target, from August of 2005 to October 2005 I worked the overnight sort at target in Nashua, NH, which I assume would be similar to unloading a truck for UPS.  Raul stated in his interview submitted with this made up story I got laid off from Benchmark Electronics.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 4

Securitas stated, “Of note, the UPS Human Resources Department is across the street and in a separate building that is not in view of the Company security officers.”

Look to the best of my knowledge that statement is true, but Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said in his interview I did not go near the Human Resources building.  MGL Ch. 268 Section 1, states I do not have to prove which statement is fraudulent.  That statement does not match their exhibits.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “In the beginning of august 2006, Claimant filed a complaint with the Company stating that the security personal on duty had allegedly prevented him from applying for work at UPS because they had knowledge of a previous claim of discrimination that was filed on December 3, 2004.”

I filed a claim at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006, I never filed a claim at their offices.  In August of 2006 they would have gotten my Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint in the mail.

Securitas admitted they called the police on me, so how does accusing me of trespassing not prevent me from applying for work?

Also my first claim was filed on November 9, 2004, not on December 3, 2004.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “Valerie Kerin, Human Resources Manager conducted a prompt and throughout investigation. No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.  The investigation showed the following:”

Valerie Kerin, did not use any daily activity reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not use any Incident Reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not reference any surveillance reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not get a copy of the police report in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview any UPS employees in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there in her investigation, in the Ray Woodman interview he speaks of arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt, which really must have pissed Ray off Steve was on probation when I worked with him, either way Steve Straitt was not interviewed.

Valerie Kerin did leave out, that Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor and Ray Woodman was a former coworker

Valerie Kerin legendary investigation was done by using only the memories of their employees.

Valerie Kerin did not interview Securitas employees Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera who were both named in the Ray Woodman interview.

The Securitas interviews where signed 17 days after they called the police on my ass.

I would like the argue that entire statement is fraudulent

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 4, 3rd and 4th sentence of that paragraph

Securitas stated, “There was no evidence that Claimant was job searching at UPS, when he was seen taking pictures of the UPS client site.  There was no evidence that Claimant was prevented from job seeking at UPS or that he was subjected to discriminatory treatment when he trespassed on UPS property.”

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes or police reports when creating there story.

If there was no evidence I was job seeking how did Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics.  The company I worked for right after Securitas was Target in Nashua, NH.

They freely accused me of trespassing during a UPS open house, how did that not prevent me from looking for work?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 5 does not match Paragraph 7

Paragraph 5 Securitas Stated, “Security Officer Julian Oliveras saw Claimant taking pictures. Security Officer Julian Oliveras was instructed by Account Manager Raul Taveras to inform Claimant that he could not take pictures without authorization and that he would need to leave the property.  Claimant then stated that, “if you do call the police, tell them how you saw my bare ass!” He stated that he would “sue the Company again for sexual harassment that the Company owns half of UPS, and he would sue for 20 million dollars”.”

Now if you compare that bullshit paragraph to what they typed 2 paragraphs later

Paragraph 7 Securitas stated, “Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that he saw Claimant walking towards the guard house taking pictures.  Claimant stated that he wanted to show the “public” what the Company did to him.  Account Manager Raul Taveras told Claimant that he was trespassing and that he did not have permission to take pictures.  Account Manager Raul Taveras admits to calling the police as Claimant emotional state was agitated.   Claimant was angry, and he was shaking and waving his hands in the air.  Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that Claimant had never mentioned applying or filing out an application for UPS.”

Now in paragraph 5, Securitas wants you to believe Account Manager Raul Taveras ordered Julian Oliveras and I would need to leave.  There is nothing about me walking towards the guard house or having a conversation with Raul Taveras.

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  Unless they can answer that, Securitas told a partial truth in their story which is fraud.
There is no mention about my anger or rage in the police report, or me waving my hands in the air.

If all that was true, why didn’t they submit any of the perfectly working surveillance tapes?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 6

Securitas stated, “Security Officer Raymond Woodman stated that he also observed Claimant taking pictures of the client site.  He stated that he saw the Claimant was excited and yelling.  Security Officer Raymond Woodman denies ever hearing the Claimant was filling out an application for UPS.”

Raymond Woodman stated I yelled at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Section V in their response

Look there is a lot of rich material in this section.

I was not a Securitas employee in July of 2006, the Alert line was not an option I had.

According to Securitas own policies, as they highlighted in their own exhibits.  It is against Securitas policy to discuss a Securitas matter with UPS.  With that I doubt Securitas had 1 conversation with anyone from UPS, including both phone conversations they said occurred.

I do not understand the relevance of this section, I was unemployed in July of 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 1.

The first non bold paragraph

Securitas states, “The Company denies knowledge that Claimant was on the UPS client site seeking employment. As discussed in more detail in Section IV, the UPS Human Resources Department is at another location.  Claimant was found on the UPS client site taking unauthorized pictures.  Of note, it is one function of the security officer to prevent unauthorized visitors on the client site.”

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Human Resources building is across the street from the guard shacks, UPS keeps a copy of the HR Building keys at the guard shacks.  There is very little if any package handling jobs at the UPS HR Building.  In order to get to the main package handling building you have to pass through the guard shacks.

Again, they want to say I did all this, they did not submit 1 surveillance tape.
Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 2.

Securitas stated, “Securitas did not prevent Claimant from filing out a UPS application.  The UPS Human resources department was across the street.”

Securitas called the police on my ass, according to them they had multiple phone conversations with UPS employees.  Now, if that was true how would I be not trespassing at UPS HR Building, and considered trespassing at UPS.

Securitas called the police on my ass, and prevented me.

I would like to argue point 2 is false.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 3.

Securitas stated, “Claimant is misrepresenting the facts.  As discussed in more detail in Section IV, Claimant was trespassing on private property.  He had no authorization to “get a feel for the environment”. UPS applicants go to the Human Resources Building located across the street, and do not wander around the client site taking unauthorized pictures.  It was only when Claimant became agitated and irrational, that the security officers on duty called the police.  They were just doing their job..”

Fun facts to show how much BS went into that paragraph.

  1.  In July of 2006, I was collecting unemployment for quitting Benchmark Electronics.  In December of 2005, Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas guard at Benchmark Electronics plowed the parking lots.  It is why I wanted to get a feel for the environment.
  2. UPS on July 24, 2006 was having an open house until 5PM, the Chelmsford Police arrived at 407 PM.
  3. If I was hired by UPS, I would have to pass through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at, at least twice per day.
  4. There was no mention of me being agitated and irrational anywhere in the police report.
  5. If there story was true why did they not just submit the surveillance tapes.  In the article in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it speaks of Michelle Ahern being caught on tape.  At the very same UPS I was at.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS was in June 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 4.

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation of sexual harassment (MCAD #04BEM0304) was dismissed.  The Company does not retaliate against applicants, employees or former employees who choose to file complaints, either through MCAD or internally through the Company.  Claimant’s complaint was investigated by Valerier Kerin, Human Resources Manager who conducted a prompt and throughout investigation in August of 2006 (see Exhibit 5- Investigative notes).  No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.”

Several problems I have with that paragraph

  1. After I filed my first MCAD complaint my work week went from 40 hours a week to 16 hours a week.
  2. Every single person I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift including Alice Schofield was no longer with Securitas less than 3 weeks after my scheduled MCAD conference.  Alice Schofield’s last day was March 3, 2005.
  3. I never complained to Securitas directly, on July 25,2006, I filed with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  4. Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, or police reports in their investigation.
  5. In the Securitas job description that was submitted as an exhibit, you can read about all the report writing their guards are required to do.
  6. Securitas did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there that day, or any UPS employees.
  7. The Securitas interviews are signed 17 days after they called the police on me.
  8. Securitas story of that day does not match the police report.

Securitas lied their asses off about ever doing an investigation.  The lack of material they with held is obstruction of justice.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 5

Securitas Stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation filed in December 2004 had nothing to do with the current actions of the three security officers that were on duty at the client site in July 2006.   There was no retaliation.   Claimant trespassed on client property and took unauthorized pictures of the client site.   He was asked to leave.  He did not.   He became agitated and irrational.  The security officers called the police.  The security guards statements indicated that they had no knowledge that Claimant was applying for a position with UPS.   The guards did not prevent Claimant from walking across the street to apply for a position at UPS.  They did do their job and prevented Claimant from trespassing on the UPS grounds.”

I have several complaints with that paragraph

  1. My previous complaint was filed on November 9, 2004, not in December 2004.
  2. I knew 2 out of 3 Security Guards that were interviewed and 3 out of 4 that were talked about.  Raul Taveras was the only member of Securitas interviewed in both complaints.  Because he was interviewed in both complaints it may have influenced his actions.
  3. It was my former supervisor Raul Taveras that called the police on me during a UPS open house.  They did not submit 1 surveillance tape, incident report, or daily activity report to support their made up story.
  4. I was attending a UPS open house on July 24, 2006, the police arrived at 407 PM, which is 53 minutes before the open house ended.
  5. If I was asked to leave and did not, I would have been there when police arrived, so they outright lied.
  6. There is no mention of my agitation and rage anywhere in the police report.
  7. The Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report there are several differences between the two.
  8. Now Securitas called the police on me and accused me of trespassing, according to their story Raymond Woodman and Raul Taveras both had phone conversations with UPS, you really expect me to believe if that occurred their UPS HR office would have held the doors open for me?
  9. If they had no knowledge of me looking for work, how did they know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?
  10. If they did their job they would have produced daily activity reports, incident reports and surveillance tapes, the joy of report writing can be found in the Securitas job description exhibit.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There is no evidence whatsoever to support Claimant’s allegation of unlawful discrimination based upon retaliation or for any other reason.”

If there is no evidence, why is there no daily activity reports, incident reports or surveillance tapes, or police report.

Why did Securitas only interview 3 out of the 5 Securitas employees they talked about, and ZERO UPS employees?

Securitas told 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers.

Securitas never stated Raul Taveras was my former supervisor anywhere in their story.

There was plenty of evidence it was not collected.

According to Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had full knowledge UPS in Chelmsford was recorded and still refused to collect surveillance tapes.  Michelle Ahern according to the story written by Lisa Redmond was caught on tape.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS in Chelmsford was roughly 1 month before Securitas accused me of trespassing at the very same place.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Claimant was clearly distraught that he was not allowed to trespass on the UPS client site.”

I was asked to leave during a UPS open house, while collecting unemployment.

If this was true where are the surveillance tapes?

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 3        

Securitas stated, “There was nobody at Securitas who prevented Claimant from seeking employment at UPS.”

My former Supervisor Raul Taveras called the police on me.  According to Securitas they had multiple phone conversations with UPS.  I doubt the UPS HR Office would have held the doors open for me.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The Security guards on duty at the time frame in question were just doing their job.”

Securitas generated a made up story they refused to even submit surveillance tapes.

My first MCAD Complaint was open from November 2004 to May 2006 during that time those very same Securitas guards allowed Michelle Ahern to walk out with 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs with an estimated value of around $250,000.  Michelle Ahern confessed to throwing out everything but the percocets.  The percocets she stole had a value of $70,000.  In order for Michelle Ahern to get the boxes to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks Raul Taveras worked at.

The Michelle Ahern case is 1 reason Securitas did not hand over the tapes.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 2

Securitas states, “Company policy prohibits retaliation, threatened reprisal, or imposing retribution on an applicant or employee or any other individual who chooses to file an internal complaint or an agency charge.  Any alleged harm is due to Claimant’s own actions.”

Right with ZERO Daily Activity reports submitted

With ZERO incident reports submitted

With ZERO surveillance tapes submitted

With ZERO police reports submitted

With ZERO UPS employees interviewed

With not even 100% Securitas interviewed, in the Raymond Woodman interview he speaks of Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera neither of which where interviewed, according to Ray I really laid into Julian Rivera.

With Securitas not even checking UPS employees going out to there car such as Michelle Ahern.

Securitas does not give a shit about their legendary policies.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told 1 story to responding police officers and another in his MCAD interview, which is obstruction of justice and privacy law.  I do not see how that is because of my actions.

Fun fact:  Did you know?  When I went to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006.  The Chelmsford Police Department was investigating all the drugs Michelle Ahern stole from UPS in Chelmsford, MA.  Do you think Securitas handed over any of those surveillance tapes they said I was scoping out to the police.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “This allegation is a frivolous charge and we respectfully request that this charge be dismissed as unsubstantiated in law or in fact.  If you require any additional information please do not hesitate to contact me.”

With holding of evidence from a police investigation is a crime.

Telling 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers is a crime.

With holding of key facts, is obstruction of justice.

If anyone from MCAD went down to UPS in Chelmsford, they would have known there is no way on god’s green earth Raymond Woodman could see me interacting with Raul Taveras at the other guard shack.

So unsubstantiated in law or fact I would like to argue is false.

I would now like to look at the Bullshit exhibits they submitted

The following is from the Julian Oliveras interview

Julian Oliveras Interview before the 1st question

Julian stated, “I saw Brett Deveau on site taking pictures.  Raul (Taveras, Manager) told me to tell Brett he couldn’t be taking pictures without authorization, and would have to leave the property.  When I said that to him, he flipped out.  He said “If you do call the police, tell them everything.  Tell them you saw my bare ass and _______.”

“He said he was going to sue Securitas again for sexual harassment.  He said Securitas owns half of UPS, that he was suing for 20 million dollars.”

The memory the detail, all those exact quotes.  I am truly impressed.

Did you know this interview was signed 17 days after they called the police on me.

Why was the interview done on August 2, 2006, and signed on August 10, 2006, does that make any sense?

What happened to the joy of report writing, no daily activity reports or incident report.

The best is if you compare this to all the interviews in the first MCAD complaint I had, all those interviews started with a question in all these interviews the guards are reporting something.

Does it not seem like he should have been question on do you remember on such and such date?

That answer, that detail, it sounds like there is a question missing.

After that wonderful adlib the first question of the interview is asked.

The Following is the first question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “How would you characterize his emotional state?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “He was very excited and confident about suing.  He said he was going to win this time.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the second question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “Did you see him taking photos?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “Yes.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the third question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “What was he taking photos of?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “The CCTV cameras, and the feeder lanes where the pants incident happened.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

I really like the detail.  Did you know, no where in the police report did Securitas tell the police I was taking pictures of the CCTV.  He also knew about the pants incident, and I never even worked with Julian, nice to see they are still running their mouth about it.

The Following is the fourth question and answer in the interview

“Did you see him fill out an application?”

“no”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

The Following is the fifth question and answer in the interview

“Did he say he was filling out an application, or there for an interview?”

“no.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

Just exactly how did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Following is the sixth question and answer in the interview

“What would you have done if this was a stranger?”

“I would have done the same thing they can’t take photos and they can’t be on property.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.  Considering this was during a UPS open house do you really expect me to believe I was the only non UPS employee there?
With the exception of the intro, where it looks like a question is missing none of the answers Julian gave looks like there was a question missing.

His interview does not match the other interviews.

I would now like to look at the Raymond Woodman interview

Raymond Woodman interview – intro

“Raul (Taveras, Manager) phoned me and told me Brett was on site. I saw Brett coming down the road and he went by the guard shack and went into the 1st parking lot.  I observed him there taking photos of the trailers, cameras, guard house.”

“I called Jason R(Raplarga.  UPS Client representative).  And he said, to tell him he does not have authorization to be on the property or to take photos.  When I told him (Brett), he said, “ok well, I’m leaving anyways.”

“Julian (Rivera) was on his way coming down the road for shift change and he stopped and talked to Brett.  I could see that Brett was yelling and excited.”

What I really love about Ray Woodman intro is the memory the detail and it was done without reports, or use of surveillance camera.

Now if I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera, why the fuck was Julian not even interviewed?  The Julian that was interviewed was Julian Oliveras.

Securitas wants you to believe they did an investigation and I yelled my ass off at someone they did not even interview.

Raymond Woodman interview – 1st question and answer

“Did he ever mention an application or interview?”

“No, not to me.  The applications aren’t filled out there, HR is across the Road at #90.  We are at 87 Brick Kiln Rd.”

Now imagine if Raul Taveras had this piece of knowledge in his interview, he is clueless about the #90 building.  But at least the answer matches the question.

Still no mention of UPS open house, and he allegedly talked to Jason Raplarga.

Raymond Woodman interview – 2nd question and answer

“Did you ever see him go there?”

“No, its to far (to see)”

“When Julian came to relieve me, I noticed that the PD was there with Raul and Steve Straitt (supervisor)

I don’t know what to say an honest answer in the first part.  But what there is an adlib.  The adlib must have really pissed Ray off.  When I worked with Steve Straitt he was making $8.50 an hour he was on probation for downloading an printing porn when he worked at HP, he started UPS on probation.  What does the second statement have to do with the original question?

Raymond Woodman interview – 3rd question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“no”

Valerie Kerin wants me to believe she did an investigation.

In the Raymond Woodman interview he spoke of 2 different Securitas employees that were not even interviewed Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera.  In Securitas response to MCAD it speaks of 3 Securitas employees being there, that is false compared to the Raymond Woodman interview.

 

Now I would like to look at the Raul Taveras interview

Raul Taveras interview – Intro

Raul stated, “I saw Brett walking towards me at the guard house.  He said he was taking pcitures because he is going public.  He said ”I’m going to say what UPS and Securitas and Kevin Phelan did to me.””

“I said ok, but you can’t be on site and have to have permission from UPS to take pictures.  He said ok, I’ll just walk this way.  I saw him walk off and then called the PD because he was really emotional and not thinking straight , I called the PD in case he did not want to go.  I didn’t want any guards to get hurt.”

Just an amazing memory Raul Taveras must have, with no daily activity reports, inciden reports or surveillance cameras.

Now why does that no match the Julian Oliveras interview, there is no mention of him ordering Julian to interact with me.

Both the Raul Taveras and Julian Oliveras interviews cannot be true when compared to each other.

Also it seems like there is a question mission, what caused Raul to recite that story.  Although the missing question is a theme throughout the interview.

Raul Taveras interview 1st question and answer

“What do you mean emotional?”

“shaking hands, very angry, his hands were waving, he was agitated and tense, he had this weird laugh , and was definitely getting more angry.”

“Then I called Ray (Woodman) and he said he was there taking pictures.  I told Julina who was there, and at shift change I told him to tell him had to leave.”

“Jason Raplarga and Mark (Our client at UPS) said if he shows up again, tell him to get off the property and call the PD.  The PD spoke to the client on the phone.”

Now as Honorable Judge Lynn C. Rooney can probably testify to when I get pissed off I “sing”  I do not have this weird laugh.

I sang such melodies at the Lowell Courthouse as, Burn it to the ground by Nickleback, No more Mr. nice guy by Alice Cooper, Would I lie to you and Missionary man by the Eurythemics.

But looking at Raul Taveras does the first paragraph not answer the question?

After that it seems adlibbed filler.  What does calling Raul or conversations with Jason or Mark have anything to do with the question.

To the best of my knowledge Jason Raplarga and Mark Kelly were both Lost Preventions supervisors at UPS and worked different shifts, if they answer honestly I would ask this office to show UPS clemency.

As for the PD spoke to the client over the phone, there is no mention of that call anywhere in the police report.

But the different paragraphs would make more sense to me if they had questions assigned to them.

Don’t you worry I got so much on UPS if you seriously went after UPS they would settle.

Raul Taveras interview 2nd question and answer

“Did he ever mention that he was there for an interview or an application?”

“No.”

“After he left us, he was working for Benchmark and we do security for them too.  He was laid off from Benchmark.  He said I’m going to tell them how the benchmark security officers are still harassing him.”

To me the no answer, answers the question.  Why would he break into the Benchmark thing.

After I left Securitas the 1st company I worked for was Target in Nashua, NH, I did the overnight sort from August of 2005 to October of 2005.  After that I worked for Benchmark.

No company has a lay off for 1 fucking person, I left Benchmark because the Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas plowed the parking lots at Benchmark.

What I love is the rich detail of this answer, according to the police report, the responding police officer was lucky to get my name from Raul.

Raul Taveras interview 3rd question and answer

“Did he go near HR at all?”

“No.  I don’t know about the #90 building.”

Again I felt the No answer answered the question.  Would you like to know the address for the UPS HR building?  Its 90 Brick Kiln Road, even Ray Woodman knew this in his interview.

It is posted on the UPS Sexual Harassment policy which was posted in both guard shacks and throughout the facility as required by law.

Raul Taveras interview 4th question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“No.”

The Raul Taveras does not match the Julian Oliveras interview or the Raymond Woodman interview.

Within the same interview he gives 2 different answers why the police were called, in one response he stated he called the police because of my emotional state, in another part of the interview he said he called the police per the order of UPS.

Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report.

Now I would like to look at the Police Report written by responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher.

 

 

The Police report sentence 1

Officer Zaher wrote, “On Monday, 7/24/06 at 1607 hrs. I, OFC Zaher while on Patrol in Car 1, was dispatched to 87 Brick Kiln Road (UPS) for an unwanted male.”

If you not the exact date, it is not something Securitas used anywhere in their story.  Also the time, it is within the time period of the UPS open house.  87 Brick Kiln Road, is where both MCAD complaints occurred, and where Michelle Ahern worked.

The Police Report sentence 2

Officer Zaher wrote, “Upon arrival I spoke with security officer Raul Taveras who stated that a Brett Deveau a former employee had been on the property and when asked to leave original told them he didn’t have to.”

Look on July 24, 2006, UPS was having an open house until 5PM, I was at UPS within the time period of the open house.

What is missing is all the anger and rage Securitas said I had its no where to be found.

The Police Report sentence 3

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

The type and time of the termination I received is not accurate and did not even match what Securtias told the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Now if I have been fired over 1 year ago, how then was not seen for about 1 year?

The Police Report sentence 4

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated today he saw Brett taking pictures of the gates and he began to walk down towards the employee parking area’s.”

That does not match what Raul Taveras stated in his interview, Raul stated in his interview I was full of anger and rage and he called the police as my temper rose.

The Police Report sentence 5

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had since left on foot towards Brick Kiln road.”

Look I parked my car at the UPS HR parking lot which is across the street.  Which is towards Brick Kiln Road.  There is nothing in his interview about me walking towards Brick Kiln Road.

The Police Report sentence 6

Officer Zaher wrote, “I advised Raul to have UPS send a no trespassing letter to brett and he stated he would let UPS know about the incident.”

Raul Taveras said in his interview the police called UPS over the phone.  It could explain why I never got a no trespassing letter.

The Police Report sentence 7

Officer Zaher wrote, “I checked the area for Brett but was unable to locate him and the only information provided to me by Raul was Brett’s name and the he lived somewhere in Billerica.”

Really, my former Supervisor Raul Taveras was an encyclopedia of knowledge about me in his interview he even was aware I worked at Benchmark Electronics.

The Police Report sentence 8

Officer Zaher wrote, “clear.”

My thoughts about the police report

No where in the police report did Raul tell responding police officer he was my previous supervisor.

No where in the police report did Raul tell the responding police officer he was a named witness in the previous MCAD case.

No where in the police report where the police told I was taking pictures of the CC

Did you know?

This trespassing charge was while the Chelmsford Police Department was actively investigating the Michelle Ahern case, so the Chelmsford Police knew UPS in Chelmsford was recorded.

Why did the responding police officer not ask for the surveillance tapes?

I will be arguing Privacy law violations, fraud and false statements, perjury violations and other criminal charges.

The Police report does not match my MCAD Complaint 06BEm01793, that is about how I was treated at UPS at 87 Brick Kiln Road around 4PM.

 

 

Switching Gears

Securitas was a wealth of information about what happened to me weren’t they.

Without any written reports, use of surveillance equipment just from their shear memory they generated this story.

When the Chelmsford Police Department and Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff were building their case against Michelle Ahern, where they just as much of a wealth of information.  Or does that help prove Securitas made everything up to the Masscahusetts Commission Against Discrimination?

 

I hope you enjoyed Fraud and false statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US CODE CHAPTER 73

 

OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title 18 US Code Chapter 73 Section 1505 – Obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies or committees.

 

Part I – First MCAD Complaint

Count 1 and 2, of this section

In MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, Securitas Security Services USA Inc committed obstruction of justice.  When Securitas submitted an investigation to MCAD and the US EEOC which left out. They did not submit the following:

  1. None of the thousands of daily activity reports that were written.
  2. Incident reports relevant to each investigation.
  3. UPS had 9 perfectly working cameras the guards had complete access too.  Shift Supervisor Schofield even changed the tapes during the week. Security Guard Joe Diegnan changed the tapes on the weekend. UPS also recorded on two 120 GB hard drives on a DVR.
  4. Securitas did not even name never mind interview 1 UPS employee. Working at UPS during the time period in question was Michelle Ahern.
  5. Three out of four people Securitas interviewed were supervisors at UPS in Chelmsford.  Josh Lindeman was a friend of one of the supervisor he did not start until October 19, 2004.  They did not interview 1 non supervisor I worked with from August of 2004 to October 19, 2004.
  6. I know MCAD and the US EEOC did not collect documents I watched Raul Taveras shred all those written documents from March to June of 2005.

With the amount of material that was not handed over, with the huge volume of people that were not even interviewed.  Securitas Security Services USA Inc, committed obstruction of justice to these two government agencies.  I would be counting 1 for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and again for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Part 2 – Second MCAD complaint

I would catalog this as counts 3 and 4 for this section.

I filed a complaint with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006, that was jointly filed with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

During the time of this complaint I was on unemployment from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and seeking employment.  I was not working for either company.

I strongly believe Securitas probably still had a healthy amount of coverage and my knowledge of UPS in Chelmsford MA, is still accurate.  After all Securitas Corporate Officer Sherry K Pinchak stated, “I should have had knowledge of this or that about UPS.”

Counts 3 and 4,

The complaint number was 06BEM01793

  1. Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports.
  2. Securitas did not reference any incident reports
  3. Securitas was ignorant of their own policies and procedures.
  4. Securitas did not reference any police reports.
  5. Securitas did not even interview all the Securitas employees that were there that day, Ray Woodman speaks of eyeing arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt one of my former coworkers. Ray Woodman also spoke of me yelling at Julian Rivera. Neither Steve Straitt or Julian Riveras was interviewed.
  6. Securitas did not even interview any UPS employees.
  7. Securitas did not submit any surveillance tapes.
  8. The Lowell District Attorney Meg Straff had access to evidence from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford MA in the Michelle Ahern case, that MCAD did not use.

With the amount of material that was not handed over, with the huge volume of people that were not even interviewed.  Securitas Security Services USA Inc, committed obstruction of justice to these two government agencies.  I would be counting 1 for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and again for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

This marks the end of my Obstruction of Justice section 1505 argument.

I would now like to move to Title 18 USC Chapter 73 Section 1510 Obstruction of criminal investigations.

On July 24, 2006, around 4PM I arrived at UPS with a wish to seek employment.  I parked my car at the UPS HR parking lot.  I wanted to see how my former coworkers would treat me.  It must have been my lucky day.  Both my former supervisor Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras and Security Guard Ray Woodman was present and according to Ray the now arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt.  I was greeted at the shack Ray Woodman was at leave or will call the cops I did.  I left the UPS parking lot and took a left down Brick Kiln Road, before I turned left down Alpine, I got passed by a Chelmsford Police cruiser with his blues on.  That pissed me off and I called MCAD when I got home.  That phone call should prove I drove my car.

But the fun begins for Securitas with the arrival of our favorite Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher, by the time I am done with his ass, every politician in Massachusetts will know his name.

You will need to reference 5 pieces of material to understand this charge.  The police report written by responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher and the Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras interview, and Securitas legal response to MCAD filed in 06BEM01793 which is also where the Raul Taveras interview was submitted.  The Securitas Job Decription and the Michelle Ahern case.  Since it is about the exact day and time in question.

Now as you compare the three documents you will notice some differences you will also have to consider evidence used in the Michelle Ahern case since Michelle Ahern worked at the same UPS location as this claim.

Count 1

  1.  The responding Police Officer only spoke to 1 person.  Now Securitas in their story to MCAD mentioned 5 Securitas employees, and at least 2 UPS employees.  The Good news 1 person over laps Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras.
  2. If you read the police officer entire report there is no mention of my shear anger and rage Securitas was rather adamant about in the story they submitted to MCAD.
  3. Raul Taveras told the responding police officer I was fired.  Securitas told MCAD I quit my job.
  4. Raul Taveras told responding police I was fired well over 1 year ago,  Securitas told MCAD I quit in August of 2005 which is less than 1 year ago.
  5. Raul Taveras told responding police officer I went down to the employee parking area, Raul did not say that in his interview.
  6. The police told Raul to make UPS aware of the situation, Raul stated in his interview the police had a phone conversation with UPS.
  7. The police where told a general statement of me taking pictures of UPS.  Look I like photography see my facebook page, however their story to MCAD Securitas stated I was taking pictures of the CCTV cameras.  If that was told the cops I bet the cop would have wanted to see all 9 cameras I would have clearly been on.  By the way as a former guard I am aware of some hidden cameras at UPS if the CPD wants me to give them my version of a tour at UPS.  But either way the tail of my taking of pictures is different.
  8. Raul Taveras said in his interview I went no where near the Human Resources building something that is not in view of the guard shack he worked at, that piece of information was not told to the police.
  9. For the statement Raul Taveras made about me going no where near the HR Building to be true, he would have had to follow me, also something he did not tell the police.
  10. Raul Taveras was fully aware I worked for Benchmark Electronics, the responding police officer only got my name from Raul Taveras.

Now there are some similarities that are just as fun

  1. Securitas did not hand over surveillance tapes to either the police or Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  2. Raul Taveras did not speak of the fact he was my former supervisor, nor did Securitas highlight it anywhere in there response.
  3. Raul Taveras did not tell responding police officer, nor did Securitas highlighted to MCAD.  That Raul Taveras was the only person interviewed in both legal arguments at MCAD by Securitas.  The cops are big fans of such things as “Prior Legal History”

Conclusion:

The with holding of the surveillance tapes alone is obstruction of justice just 1 surveillance tape would have probably either supported Securitas story or crushed it.  With the numerous differences and some of the things they did not do to MCAD and the Police.  I would argue this is 1 count of obstruction of justice.

The Chelmsford Police Department was investigating Michelle Ahern at the time in question who worked at this very same UPS in Chelmsford, and they would have had knowledge of those tapes.

Since the police were only called 1 on my ass its time to move to other fun filled sections of Title 18 US code Chapter 73 next section 1511 is Obstruction of state or local law enforcement.

Look I do not know much about the law so I will copy and paste my section 1510 argument when they accused of the hanus crime of trespassing

Count 1

  1.  The responding Police Officer only spoke to 1 person.  Now Securitas in their story to MCAD mentioned 5 Securitas employees, and at least 2 UPS employees.  The Good news 1 person over laps Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras.
  2. If you read the police officer entire report there is no mention of my shear anger and rage Securitas was rather adamant about in the story they submitted to MCAD.
  3. Raul Taveras told the responding police officer I was fired.  Securitas told MCAD I quit my job.
  4. Raul Taveras told responding police I was fired well over 1 year ago,  Securitas told MCAD I quit in August of 2005 which is less than 1 year ago.
  5. Raul Taveras told responding police officer I went down to the employee parking area, Raul did not say that in his interview.
  6. The police told Raul to make UPS aware of the situation, Raul stated in his interview the police had a phone conversation with UPS.
  7. The police where told a general statement of me taking pictures of UPS.  Look I like photography see my facebook page, however their story to MCAD Securitas stated I was taking pictures of the CCTV cameras.  If that was told the cops I bet the cop would have wanted to see all 9 cameras I would have clearly been on.  By the way as a former guard I am aware of some hidden cameras at UPS if the CPD wants me to give them my version of a tour at UPS.  But either way the tail of my taking of pictures is different.
  8. Raul Taveras said in his interview I went no where near the Human Resources building something that is not in view of the guard shack he worked at, that piece of information was not told to the police.
  9. For the statement Raul Taveras made about me going no where near the HR Building to be true, he would have had to follow me, also something he did not tell the police.
  10. Raul Taveras was fully aware I worked for Benchmark Electronics, the responding police officer only got my name from Raul Taveras.

Now there are some similarities that are just as fun

  1. Securitas did not hand over surveillance tapes to either the police or Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  2. Raul Taveras did not speak of the fact he was my former supervisor, nor did Securitas highlight it anywhere in there response.
  3. Raul Taveras did not tell responding police officer, nor did Securitas highlighted to MCAD.  That Raul Taveras was the only person interviewed in both legal arguments at MCAD by Securitas.  The cops are big fans of such things as “Prior Legal History”

Conclusion:

The with holding of the surveillance tapes alone is obstruction of justice just 1 surveillance tape would have probably either supported Securitas story or crushed it.  With the numerous differences and some of the things they did not do to MCAD and the Police.  I would argue this is 1 count of obstruction of justice.

The Chelmsford Police Department was investigating Michelle Ahern at the time in question who worked at this very same UPS in Chelmsford, and they would have had knowledge of those tapes.

Since the police were only called 1 on my ass its time to move to other fun filled sections of Title 18 US code Chapter 73 next section 1511 is Obstruction of state or local law enforcement.

Look I do not know much about the law so I will copy and paste my section 1510 argument when they accused of the hanus crime of trespassing

Well, its that time to continue to work through our favorite Title 18 US Code Chapter.  Chapter 73 Section 1512 tampering with a witness, victim or informant.

For me it is more fun to focus on the people involved in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042.

Neither myself or Securitas argued about the ladder falling in August of 2004.  In August of 2004, I worked with Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield, Security Officers John Clark, Chris Boucher and Martha Shaw.

By March 3, 2005, every single person I worked with was no longer at UPS in Chelmsford Ma.

That was less than 3 weeks after my investigative conference at MCAD in front of Carolyn Packard that the state police barred me from attending.

I bet you think I remember Alice Schofield last day because I am sentimental, well I did enjoy working with Chris Boucher he busted his ass.

But more importantly after they kicked Alice Schofield to the curb my hours got cut from 32 hours to 24 hours a week and some weeks my hours got cut down to 16 hours.

From March to June of 2005, I watched Raul taveras shred documents.  If you read the Sherry K. Pinchak job description exhibit the guards had to write a lot of reports.  Securitas wrote nearly 2100 daily activity reports per year at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

I would like to argue by Securitas removing every single person I worked with in August of 2004 on the Alice Schofield shift, and cutting my hours down to 16 hours a week they violated this section of law.  I strongly believe in both MCAD cases, Securitas threatened to fire any employee that did not sign their interview.

The fun continues the next section Title 18 US Code Chapter 73 Obstruction of Justice section 1513, retaliating against a witness, victim or informant.

When I worked at Benchmark Electronics Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snow bank

Securitas had no intentions of keeping my at 32 hours a week the shit they told MCAD, after I filed I worked some 16 hour work weeks.

On top of that they called the police on me for attending a UPS open house, they did not even submit 1 fucking surveillance tape to support their made up story.

By Securitas cutting my work week down to 16 hours when I worked for them.  By securitas turning my car into a fucking snow bank when I worked at Benchmark Electronics.  by Securitas calling the police on me for attending a UPS open house, they violated this section of law.

Other possible counts of Obstruction of Justice

I would like to argue the witnessed used in my MCAD complaints should have also been used in Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.  The witnesses in the Michelle Ahern case should have been used in my MCAD cases. Since both MCAD complaints and the Michelle Ahern case happened at UPS in Chelmsford MA, at 87 Brick Kiln Road.  Michelle Ahern had to pass through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at twice per day.  There were 9 visual mounted cameras in the area of the guard shacks.  Raul Taveras worked at UPS in Chelmsford MA, roughly from December 2003 to December 2006, that time period overlaps the Michelle Ahern confession time period of November 2004 to June 2006.

On June 16, 2015, Police Officers from several surrounding towns responded to a call at UPS in Chelmsford, I would be curious if UPS handed over their perfectly working surveillance tapes to responding police officers.

At no time while I was guard at UPS in Chelmsford MA, did anyone representing UPS hand over surveillance tapes to responding police officers when asked to do.  I strongly believe this is UPS policy and they have never handed their surveillance tapes over that recorded the guard shacks or surrounding area to any responding police officer in any investigation.

 

This ends my obstruction of justice argument.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 79 Perjury

It is also covered by MGL 268 Ch 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042

In Section I – paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge.”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or did they interview 1 Securitas employee of my rank that I worked with from August to October of 2004.

When I worked during the week, UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern was not stealing prescription drugs through the guard shacks.  Michelle Ahern had to pass through the guard shacks entering and leaving work she would have been on the same cameras as UPS Site Supervisor William Adams talked about.  By the time Securitas submitted their story to Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Michelle Ahern was stealing from UPS for almost 2 months.  Michelle Ahern was throwing boxes of prescription drugs out of her car on her ride home.  With that you expect me to believe anyone did anything for an investigation.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

 

In Section II – Sentence 1

Securitas stated, Brett Deveau has not been discriminated against in any unlawful matter.”

I disagree with this the person that ran her mouth about it was of the opposite sex as me.  Securitas also did not interview 1 person as the same rank as me that I worked with from August to October of 2004.  The three people that signed interviews that I worked with were all supervisors.  I was the only Security Guard to be allegedly interviewed from August to October of 2004.

 

In Section II – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau did report during an investigation interview complaint of inappropriate behavior by his supervisor.”

I am curious what was the alleged investigation Securitas was doing.  The Alice Schofield interview does not match the Alice Schofield Incident Report she signed 1 day after her interview.  I was not even named in the Incident Report Alice Schofield signed.

Section II – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The complaint was thoroughly investigated; letters advising the results of the investigation were sent to the appropriate parties and Mr. Deveau’s immediate supervisor was appropriately reprimanded.”

I do not understand how any complaint I did to Securitas was thoroughly investigation.  Securitas did not interview 1 Security Guard I normally worked with, Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, Securitas did not reference 1 Incident report, Securitas did not reference 1 surveillance tape., Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee.

In Section II – Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau was reprimanded also reprimanded for inappropriate conversations.”

If that statement was true that I had inappropriate conversations why didn’t Shift Supervisor Schofield, UPS Site Supervisor Adams, or Securitas Operations Manager Taveras write me up.  All 3 of them outranked me and could have fired me.  Securitas wrote me up because I complained about one of their precious supervisors.

In Section II – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “Respondent also accommodated Mr. Deveau’s request to be moved to a different shift.”

I agree I did get a shift change after I complained.  I was working during the week Mon – Fri on the Alice Schofield shift.   The interview with my name on it is 100%, I was not working happily on the weekends at the time and date on that interview.  So there is no way I could have had all those made up conversations Securitas said I had with UPS Site Supervisor Adams.  Securitas said I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams in early October on a Sunday morning.  During that time I was on the Alice Schofield shift, as it is clearly stated here, I was not awarded a shift change until I complained.

In Section III – Company Background

What Securitas submitted in this section is partial true.  I am not going to argue they lied but they did not tell the whole truth.  Comparing this background to the background section on their website it does not match.   There is no mention of Securitas AB in their background.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He received a 5% pay increase on May 7, 2004.”

That is false I received a 2.5% raise, my pay went from $10/hour to $10.25/hour

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “On October 25, 2004, during an investigation interview Mr. Deveau advised the interviewer that his immediate supervisor, was telling his fellow employees about the embarrassing incident.”

Now, Securitas stated, I was awarded a shift change after I complained, the October 25, 2004.  With that date there is no way I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams since I was still working during the week, and was not awarded a shift change at that point.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “An investigation outcome letter is sent to all the pertinent parties with appropriate warnings.”

The incident report dated October 19, 2004, states William Adams and Joshua Lindeman had a very inappropriate conversation about Alice Schofield, Joshua Lindeman was never reprimanded.  According to the William Adams interview Securtias Operations Manager Raul Taveras drilled me with questions about my personal life he was never reprimanded.

In Section V – Policies and Procedures

Unlike Sherry K. Pinchak, Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description.

Securitas picks and chooses when to follow their legendary policies, in the Job dsescrtiption handed in by Sherry K. Pinchak.  She speaks of writing reports, no daily activity reports, incident reports, or surveillance tapes where ever handed in involving anything I reported to Securitas.

In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle worked at the very same UPS in Chelmsford Securitas guards had a contract for.  Michelle walked out of that facility with possible 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs over a period of 19 months November 2004 to June 2006, Securitas did not follow their own policies and search her bags or person or Michelle would not have been able to discard the boxes on Brick Kiln Road on her drive home from UPS.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau complaint of sexual discrimination is inaccurate.  The respondent never discriminated against Mr. Deveau.  Mr. Deveau advised Respondent during an investigation interview that his immediate supervisor was sexual harassing him by telling fellow employees of an embarrassing incident that had occurred.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me until I was introduced to Joshua Lindeman several months after the ladder fell.

What was Securitas investigating?

At the time and date on the interview with my name on it, I was not happily working weekends, as Securitas admits in this complaint I was not awarded a shift change until after I complained.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “The complaint was included in the ongoing investigation and found to be true.  All pertinent parties were advised of the results of the investigation; each was counseled on proper behavior in the workplace and the contents of the Respondent’s sexual harassment policy.  Disciplinary warnings were given to offending participants, including Mr. Deveau. As policy guidelines had been followed, the complaint was closed.”

Again if Securitas wants to say I was awarded a shift change after I complained on October 25, 2004, then I was not working with the weekends with William Adams.  I worked on the Alice Schofield shift which was Mon-Fri. The interview with my name on it could not have occurred.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 1 

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau never discussed his concerns about sexual harassment he felt he was experiencing until he was being interviewed regarding another investigation.”

What was this alleged investigation?

How can Securitas say I never discussed it, both UPS Site Supervisor Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said I was so mad I was going to take people to court.

Again, if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then I could not have been working weekends with William Adams in early October.  I was not awarded a shift change until several weeks later

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 2 and 3

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau has several means of reporting concerns of harassment including advising his next level of supervisor, advising the Branch Manager, advising Human resources, and/or contacting the AlertLine communication device.  Mr. Deveau chose not to utilize any of these mechanisms.”

If you read the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras interviews both of them state I was so made I was considering taking people to court.  UPS Site Supervisor Adams was my next level of Supervisor, and Raul Taveras was his supervisor.  So that statement is false.  Also did Securitas not say I told Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan in their made up interview they swear by with the October 25, 2004 date on it.

Does Securitas want to explain where Kevin Phelan was in my chain of command?

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “As soon as Mr. Deveau reported the incidents during the investigation interview Respondent took immediate action.”
Again if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then that interview is false I could not have been working weekends with William Adams since I was not awarded a shift change until after this investigative interview.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “It interviewed the appropriate parties, gathering facts and determining results.”

With no surveillance tapes, no daily activity reports, no incident reports, none of the normal people I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift even interview, no UPS employees interviewed that statement Securitas made is false.

If you look at Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern you know UPS in Chelmsford is recorded.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “All pertinent parties were advised of the results; appropriate disciplinary actions were initiated and they were counseled on appropriate behavior in the work place.”

Securitas wrote up everyone that complained to their office, I do not know how that is legal

The term I find hard to swallow is “appropriate disciplinary actions”

Who did I have any inappropriate conversations with?  I did not work weekends with William Adams until after I was awarded a shift change before that I worked on the Alice Schofield shift, and no one that I normally worked with said anything about conversations I had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 7

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau and his immediate supervisor were assigned to different shifts.”

The date on the interview with my name on it is October 25, 2004.  According to this statement I was working the Alice Schofield shift.  So I was not working with William Adams.  Securitas lied their asses off about the imaginary conversation myself and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 8

Securitas stated, “This is a frivolous complaint needlessly filed after the fact.”

I complained to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on November 9, 2004, because Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan wrote me up for complaining about Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield in my opinion.  I did bring with me to MCAD the outcome letter I received and the counseling and corrective action report I got on the same day.  MCAD wanted some background information.  That would be retaliation.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 9,

Securitas stated, ”Respondent properly handled this complaint and appropriate action and counseling were meted out to the appropriate parties.”

How did Securitas handle this complaint appropriately?  They lied their asses off about doing any sort of investigation they wrote me up because they fucking felt like it.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 10 and 11,

Those two sentences are the opinion of Securitas

 

Securitas Exhibits in their legal response in MCAD docket Number 04BEM03042

I would like to look at the interviews they submitted first.  The first one in the numerical order they submitted is Alice Schofield interview.

The first question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks: “Who told you that Bill Adams had made statements pertaining to you?”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield’s answer, “ Josh Lindeman told me that Bill said things like “she’s the biggest bitch I’ve ever worked for.  She would write you up for having a moustache; she writes people up for no reason.”

Securitas did not produce 1 document to support where that question came from.  You see life happens in a time order, the date on this interview is October 25, 2004.  Now Alice Schofield did indeed write an incident report about it, but it was not signed until October 26, 2004 which is the day after this interview.

Also if Alice Schofield would write summon up for having a moustache she would only be following UPS well documented personal appearance policy.

Securitas also never submitted anything about Alice writing people up.  That would have had some insight about my work environment

The second question and answer in the interview and the first question and answer on the second page in the Alice Schofield is

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you had any issues with Bill before?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’ve written Bill up before.  Back in March when he was working on one of the trucks we were being audited and I told him he needed to get down while the truck was running.  He called me every name in the book in front of 7 trucks and three other guard (John Clark was one).”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you feel uncomfortable working with him?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’m a professional and will do my job, but I don’t want to have anything to do with him that is not work related.  He must have gotten the hint from Raul because he didn’t say anything to me last night.  One more thing: back in March, I heard he told Raul that “I stayed outside all night so that I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Alice Schofield cited 7 UPS truck drivers as witnesses, and three other guards about something that happened to her back in March.

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports about it, incident reports, or even look for any surveillance tapes.  They only questioned 1 person about that exact quote.  The only person Raul Taveras and when Raul Taveras was asked about it still makes no sense to me.

 

The fourth bold statement in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Go on about what you heard Bill say.”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield response, “On Josh Lindeman’s first night of training, he heard all this negative stuff about the supervisor (meaning her). He expected some “mean ogre” to be there after hearing what bill had to say.  Bill also told him I had sexual intercourse with other guards on my shift.  I found out just recently that Brett Deveau was mentioned as one of those guards.”
During the telling of Securitas story using an exact first and last name is a rarity.

Now if you want to believe this interview, why was I not even named in an Incident report Supervisor Schofield signed the day after this interview.  Supervisor Schofield even used the “mean ogre” comment in both.

Supervisor Schofield probably called Josh Lindeman a dozen times a week, so how could Josh Lindeman be expecting a mean ogre.  Also Josh Lindeman and Alice Schofield had a prior work history as discussed in the Raul Taveras interview, and Josh Lindeman interview they worked together at the United States Postal Service.  Why did Alice not tell Kevin Phelan about this work history?

 

The next question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened after you wrote Bill up?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “Bill told me I walked in Sunday night (11:55) that the report was laughed out of the Lowell office; that I had no right to write him up because they’re both supervisors.  I was going to get a written warning myself for this.  I ignored him because I know his temper even though he said it three more times.  His comment when I was going out the door was that he said Brett told him that he had slept with me and that Brett was going to take me civil court.”

I have several problems trying to believe this answer.

  1.  Supervisor Alice Schofield tells Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan at his Lowell Office, that the report Alice Schofield wrote got laughed out of this very office, and it did not provoke a response from the person doing the interview.
  2. Who did Supervisor Schofield think was going to write up her up?
  3. Supervisor Schofield hammers home that point, that I was running my mouth about having sex with her, but yet I did not even get an honorable mention on an incident report she signed the day after this interview.

The Amended question in the Alice Schofield interview last question page 2

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you talk about sex and sex toys while at work?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “No, I don’t.”

According to the Securitas time order, just when was that questioned asked?  This question will also be discussed in privacy law violations.

The first Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any issues with any of your fellow employees at the UPS Site?”

Securitas made up answer, “I requested not to work with Alice anymore.  She’s been sexual harassing me since the middle of August.  My pants got caught in ladder and fell down and she’s made jokes ever since.    She just told Josh (Lindeman) last Tuesday.  I told Raul that if he didn’t remove me from her schedule I’d file a complaint.  He did that and I’m happy with the resolution.  I work 32 hours on the weekends and am happy with that.”

I have several problems with this answer compared to Securitas response statement.

  1.  Securitas said in their response statement written by Laura A. Wilson I was not awarded a shift change until after this made up interview, so there is no way I could be happily working 32 hours on the weekends.
  2. Securitas says I told Securitas Operation Manager Raul Taveras and he put me on the weekends, Raul Taveras was 2 supervisors over me.  That would follow their chain of command they said I did not follow.
  3. Securitas couldhave submitted daily activity reports, to support this made up answer and they did not.
  4. Joshua Lindeman signed the incident report stating 10/19/04 was his first night here, the date on this interview is 6 days after that.  There is no way I was happily working 32 hours on the weekends.

The second Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you tell anyone you feel you were being sexual harassed?”

The made up answer, “Yes, my account manager.  I asked to be taken off her shift and that if I didn’t I was going to file a lawsuit against him.”

Look individual people are to fucking poor generally for me to want to sue.  Really I didn’t talk about Raul Taveras legendary business if I was that mad at Raul talking to someone else.

The fourth Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you work with Bill Adams as your supervisor?”

Securitas made up answer, “I work with him on weekends.”

Look as Securitas argued I was not awarded a shift change until after the date of this made up interview, so I was not working with Bill on the weekends.  Alice Schofield shift was Mon-Fri she owned her own business and was a single mother.

The fifth and sixth question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever heard him using inappropriate language?”
The made up answer, “no.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Ever him swear at anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Never”

Look I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, William Adams and Alice Schofield waged a political campaign over Raul Taveras job.  Raul said if his business takes off he would step down.  Those two thought they were the only 2 qualified they fought constantly.

The seventh question and answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “have you ever heard hin be abusive to anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Like Alice, he can joke with people.   He has apologized if he’s offended me.  He once made a joke about my hair, but stopped after that one time and apologized.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams before the time dated on this interview.  I worked the Alice Schofield shift.

The 8 and 9 question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever tell Bill you slept with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “I never slept with her.”

For the one and only time Securitas wants you to believe they now asked for clarity

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan, “That was not my question.  Your person life is your own business.  Did you ever tell him that you slept with her?”

Securitas made up answer, “No, I didn’t.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield shift.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams started as a part time employee collecting 100% disability, I worked at the IRS in addition to Securitas, I also attended UML.

So when are me and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams going to have all these magical conversations.

 

The first made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “You told Alice that you were thinking of taking Raul to civil court because he’s the account manager.  What was the issue with that?”

Securitas made up answer, “I was going to see what charges I could file against Raul.  I complained to him about Alice’s behavior.  If he didn’t move me, I was going to press charges.  He put me on weekends and I’m fine.  If he hadn’t done anything about it he would have to the Attorney General.”

Look I tried reporting Raul Taveras for billing UPS for hundreds if not thousands of hours he did not work while he worked at his own business, I tried to report that Raul Taveras was one of Eddie Maldendo better customers.  As this office has the power to do, please look through the emails I sent the FBI.

So yeah, there is some truth in that.

But you want to believe I said that to an HR Manager and he didn’t even ask a follow up question.

The second made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “Yes.  She wrote me up for not showing up for a shift I wasn’t scheduled for on 10/21.  Raul called me back and I came in for him.  He apologized for that.”

Nice rich answer her, were the write up?

The third made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues?”

Securitas made up answer, “I’ve seen a lot of illegal activity at the site.  I’ve seen Raul work a triple shift before.  One time he worked 28 straight hours.  Another problem with Alice is that before last week, she hadn’t written up a white person.  (Clark late four times no write up). Amid gets written up for being late once.”

Yes, I have seen a lot of illegal activity.  Eddie Maldendo buying and selling stolen goods, Juan DeLeon buying and selling drugs, I recently learned about Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern who was at least in and out of court for stealing IWP deliveries. As for Raul Taveras he would pencil himself in for shifts guards blew off, that why he would be scheduled for 28 straight hours.

Also if I dropped the names john Clark and Amid why wasn’t either interviewed.

The last made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Is there anything else you’d like to add?”

Securitas made up answer, “Raul would have been condoning sexual harassment. I have 30-40 witnesses of that.  She told everyone the story of my pants coming off.”

I probably had 30 or so Securitas coworkers at the UPS client site

 

Securitas wants you to believe this interview happened.  It is not signed.  My counseling and corrective action report is clearly signed.

MCAD allowed Securitas almost 56 days to create this story, they typed up this interview after I field my claim.

The counseling and corrective action report I signed was signed 10 days after this made up interview.  I signed the Counseling and Corrective Action report on November 4, 2004.  That bullshit interview was 10/25/04.

 

Next I would like to look at the William Adams interview

The First Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have conversations about Alice Schofield’s personal life?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “I did have one with Brett about three weeks ago.  It was in front of one or two other guards, but I can’t remember who is was with, Not sure of the date, but I think it was a Sunday morning.”

Securitas could have referenced work schedules to know the people who UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was referring to.  Securitas could have referenced Daily Activity reports.

Securitas probably made up this interview at their US Corporate Headquarters.

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams on weekends until I was awarded a shift change.  Three weeks before this date is October 5, 2004, at that point in time I was not awarded my shift change.

Securitas also had full knowledge of Joshua Lindeman first night were UPS Site Supervisor William Adams went off for probably hours about Alice Schofield.

The Second Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What was the conversation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett was saying how he was in love with Alice but because she had issues he may not be able to see her anymore.  That’s when I said, “You did have sex with her, right?” When it got around to her (three weeks later), she wrote me up.”

Really you want me to believe he does not remember the date or who was there.  But he remembers the exact conversation.  Bullshit.

Securitas had the ability to look at daily activity reports and schedules to see who was there.

Now if Alice wrote Bill Adams up where is it?

And when would that have been.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said 3 weeks ago he had a conversation with me, and three weeks later when Alice Schofield got wind of it she wrote Up UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.  Was that what Alice Schofield said William said got laughed out of the Lowell Office?

Again the lack of questions helps shows Securitas made up this whole damn thing.

The Third Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever called her a “bitch” or a bull dike?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “No. And since I heard that she had sex with the guys, why would I call her that?”

Where did this question come from?

No one in the interview process uses the term “bull dike” until the Joshua Lindeman interview which was done the day after the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview.

The fifth Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have an issue with her back in March?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “ Yes.  She followed me up a ladder and it was very unsafe.  I got mad and said a couple of swears, I apologized the next day.”

Now if you wish to believe the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield interview, she said UPS Site Supervisor William Adams told Securitas Operations Managaer Raul Taveras, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned about that exact phrase but UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was not

The seventh Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever refer to her as a bitch or tell anyone she writes everyone up for everything?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “I didn’t refer to her as a bitch but I did say she was a control freak.  She does write everyone up.  She sees a squirrel and writes it down.”

Now if Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did indeed write everyone up for everything, why didn’t Securitas submit those to MCAD.  It could have shown hostile work environment.

The first Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Sunday night?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “She tried to write me up and I told her that she couldn’t because I’m a supervisor just as she is. I told her Raul would explain the rest of it to her.”

This does not match what Alice Schofield said about according to her, it was laughed out of the Lowell Office.

Is this a question off of the second question and answer in the Alice Schofield interview?

The third Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett tell you he’d had sexual intercourse with Alice?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “He came to pick up his check this past Friday and that’s when he admitted to Raul with me present that he had sex with Alice.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras gave a different story of this past Friday

Also on Friday I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I had no reason to come back there to get my check.

The Securitas pay week was wed-tues or something they were to cheap to pay over time for weekends.

The fifth Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Can you shed any light on the Brett pants situation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett doesn’t wear any underwear under his pant, She embarrassed him in front of Linderman on his first day.  Alice was psyched to see him, Brett saw her say hi and she turned to Josh and said, “this is Brett, he liked to get naked in the feeder lanes.” “Lindeman was siting on the counter and Alice was in between his legs hugging him when Brett came in the door.”

No one else said Alice Schofield was between Josh Lindeman’s legs.  Josh did say Alice made an unusual request for him at work.  Nor did Securitas question anyone about Alice Schofield’s position.

The fact that someone I didn’t even work with had this level of detail is just remarkable

The First Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Friday when Brett Deveau came in on Friday to pick up his check?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answers, “He and Bill were going outside on Bill’s requested.  I told them I needed to listen to the conversation.  Bill asked, “Do you remember that day when we were talking and it came up in conversation that you said that ‘I love her?’ Well, didn’t you say you had sex with her?” Brett answered yes.”

Problems I have with this

  1. It differs from what UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said happened in his interview.
  2. Really, I went to UML, I worked for Securitas.  Raul Taveras owned his own business and William Adams collected 100% disability when he originally started for Securitas.
  3. I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Alice Schofield shift.
  4. The contract was for 700 guard hours per week, their would have been at least 2 other Securitas employees that would have witnessed this conversation.

 

The Second Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have any conversations with Alice about her relationship with Brett?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “She said that story’s all a lie and she can prove it with her own family doctor.  Brett was helping her at the house, cleaning up the bird cages she has for her business.  She was getting volunteers off the internet, and Brett volunteered to help.  They were friendly, and then one day it just stopped. He jokes around normally, but lately its been all business with her.”

I have several problems with that answer.

  1. Who the fuck talks that way?  What could her family Doctor possible prove?
  2. There where no phone calls between myself and Alice Schofield since around August 12, 2004, no calls to baby sit, no calls to pick something up at the store, no booty calls.
  3. I never ran into any volunteers off the internet, she was a single mother.  I have a hard time buying she did that.
  4. Raul was aware she was running her mouth about the pants incident for months at least until Josh Lindeman started and he could not figure it out.

 The fourth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ask to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No. He asked me to move him to a weekend schedule.  He never told me why.  But after Lindeman came along, they clashed.  That’s when all the crazyness started.  He said that he did not want to work with him.  I had him work the rest of the week and then he never had to work with him again.”
Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield worked Mon to Fri she had a kid and did not work weekends, how is asking for a weekend schedule not asking to get moved from her schedule?

Again he knows Alice Schofield was running her mouth for months about what happened to me.

The fifth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Why didn’t he want to work with Josh?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Brett said he didn’t want to work with Lindeman because he was playing with a Gameboy on their first day together.  Also, because he takes half hour bathroom breaks.”

This answer does not match when Josh Lindeman said he whipped out his Gameboy

UPS does upto 600 trucks between 10 pm to 2AM.  UPS in Chelmsford moves 325,000 parcels into and out of that facility between 11 PM to 7 AM.  Josh Lindeman barricaded himself in the bathroom for 60 to 75 minutes to start every shift I worked with him.  30 minutes would have been a god send.

First question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett ask you specifically that he did not to work with Alice?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “A week or two before Lindeman came, he said he didn’t want to work that shift anymore.  He never gave me a reason why.  His mood changed, and he said he wanted to work on weekends.”

 

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras now if I told Raul Taveras I did not want to work with Alice, how can he say I never asked to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?

Third question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ever threaten to take you to court?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Not me, Securitas, yes. Alice, Yes.”

Raul Taveras wants you to believe I threatened to take people to court but I never told him why I didn’t want to work with Alice Schofield.

Sixth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Anything else you want to tell me?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “There’s been worse that’s happened than someone playing with a Gameboy.  Chris was reading a book at the time, Brett was leaning against the wall.  There was no trucks.  I think it was jealously or something.”

First off when was this?

Why wasn’t Chris interviewed?

Who is Chris?

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield spent her night reading romance novels and calling Josh Lindeman before he started.

Seventh and eighth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you there the first time Josh came to the sight?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No, but I heard that they hugged and were happy to see each other.  They worked together at the Post office.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Who told you they hugged when they saw each other?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “basically everyone on the shift.  Alice is pretty professional, so when they saw that they thought it was kind of strange.”

The only person that said they hugged was UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan investigation was so through he couldn’t even look at the schedule from the week before.

Ninth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you remember Bill saying he “stayed outside so he wouldn’t kill the bitch?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “I remember him saying he stayed outside, but I don’t remember the other part.”

You want me to believe Raul Taveras has the ability to answer this question without a last name or a time reference.

The Guard contract was for 700 hours a week, and there is over ten thousand UPS employees that work at UPS in Chelmsford or out of there.

At no other point in the interview was Raul Taveras asked 1 question about UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

First Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard Bill Adams make unprofessional remarks about Alice Schofield?”

Joshua Lindeman gives a long winded answer.  He probably read the Incident Report him and Alice Schofield signed the day before.

No where in the incident report or Joshua Lindeman answer did he say my name, so how did Alice Schofield drop my name?

Second Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened when you first saw Alice?”

Securitas Security Guard Floater Joshua Lindeman answer,” When I finally saw Alice, we were happy to see each other as we worked together at the USPS.  I told her about my conversation with Bill.  When Raul showed up, she told him what I told her about my conversation with Bill.”

Supervisor Alice Schofield did not talk about this conversation in her interview.  Why wouldn’t Joshua Lindeman tell Raul Taveras himself?  There was an 8 hour time lapse between when UPS Site Supervisor William Adams left and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras arrived.  There is no mention about Alice Schofield being in between Josh Lindeman legs hugging him that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said occurred.

Third Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you playing a gameboy?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “Yes. My second day, because I realized there was dead time during the end of the shift.  I never played it when trucks were there.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said he whipped his Gameboy out on 1st day.

fourth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard any other rumors about sexual relations at the facility?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “No. Only when Bill made reference to Alice and the employee that she had tagged.”

Where did Alice Schofield get my name in her interview?  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said in his interview he had a conversation with me about 3 weeks ago, then later on when it got back to her 3 weeks later he wrote him up.  Why doesn’t Josh have any recollection of that?

fifth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you witnessed Alice yelling at other employees?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answered, “Not really.  She doesn’t raise her tone, but she does tell us to do things that I’m not used to.  We’ve had conversations that have risen, but not yelling.  Just getting into the conversations.”

What did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ask Josh Lindeman to do that he’s not used to?

By this point he was at UPS in Chelmsford 8 days.

Joshua Lindeman did not say anywhere in his interview he called Alice Schofield.  I strongly believe the two of them had a relationship on some level.  The government can look up phone history then compare it to all the underlined points Securitas made in their exhibits.

Alice Schofield’s outcome letter

With all the outcome letters some sections where definitely copy paste.

I would like to look at the first paragraph of Alice Schofield outcome letter

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 3rd paragraph of the Alice Schofield outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

My Outcome Letter – first paragraph

 

Securitas HR Kevin Phelan stated, “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by Alice Schofield.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 Incident report 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 4rd paragraph of my outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras did not even agree on the magical Friday I came in to pick up my check

I would now like to look at the William Adams Outcome letter 1st paragraph

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Where in the William Adams interview, did William report anything related to Inappropriate conversations.

He said he was scared shit of G. Yepez and they never even interviewed G. Yepez.

I am not saying he didn’t get question on, but actually reported it.

 

Securitas Policy

I would know like to look at the Employment Standards acknowledgment

Securitas took the time to underline 3 points.

  1. “I agree to cooperate with the Company and its clients in any investigation requested by Securitas. I will voluntarily participate in any investigation, interview or any other test or procedure requested by management.”

I was interviewed by Securitas, I am not going to deny that.  About 2 weeks after MCAD Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras asked if I would go down to HR and answer questions about Alice Schofield.  I told him everything I had to say I told MCAD.  With an open legal argument I was content in collecting unemployment if they fired me.

  1. “Securitas’ policy prohibits romantic, sexual relationships, or any other relationship which creates a potential conflict of interest, discord, or distraction that interfere with workplace productivity.”

Throughout the Securitas story they tried to argue I was in a relationship with Alice, expressing my undying love for her and going off about the legendary sex.  Look I was not even calling Alice Schofield but you know who was? Josh Lindeman.  Really Josh Lindeman gets strattled by Alice Schofield and hugged by Alice Schofield which both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras says occurred.  That someone does not violate this section, bull shit.

  1. “I agree to conduct myself in a professional manner at all times. Profanity, facially or sexually charged or explicit jokes or language, or any form of violence or threat of violence while on post or while employed will not be tolerated.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams called G. Yepez “a piece of shit” Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield agreed with him.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned on the following phrase, “Bill Adams said he worked outside all night so he wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  How does that not violate this section.

I would now like to look at their policy Against harassment and discrimination

How did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield behavior not violate?

-“Verbal harassment of a sexual nature, lewd comment, sexual jokes or references, or offensive personal references”

-“Demeaning, insulting, intimidating or sexual suggestive comments about an individual’s personal appearance”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ran her mouth about what happened to me for 2 months and that is what they admitted to.

Next I would like to look at Discipline and termination guidelines.

Securitas underlined two points 2, and 20

  1. “Illegal discrimination or harassment”.

According to their own policy they should have fired her on the spot.

  1. “Willful or repeated violation of Company code of business ethics, it is sexual harassment policy or other forms of unlawful discrimination.”

My immediate supervisor made fun about what happened to me, she was a member of the opposite sex.  She should have been fired on the spot.

 

Job Description questions

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Sherry K Pinchak did submit in 06BEM01793

I would like to argue since Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description that Laura A Wilson committed fraud.

My Securitas coworkers did not preform their job descriptions while I was there, this could have caused a hostile work environment for me.  After all Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield got made fun of for trying to follow policy in her opinion. After all it was clearly stated that Alice Schofield would write everything up.

Under Essential Functions I would like to quote the following

Point 1.,“Controls access to client facility through the admittance process, assists visitors with a legimate need to gain entry to the facility, screens visitors and client employees in an efficient manner in order to expedite thei admittance to the facility.”

.Point 4, “Monitors entrances and exits, prevents unapproved or unlawful entry, controls entrances, the movement of people and vechicles, and parking, operates a gate and examines vehicle contents; monitors remote entrances using closed circuit television; operates remote access devices; in a calim manner directs person who cause a disturbance to leave the property.”

Point 7. “Prepares logs or reports as required for site; writes or types reports or enters information in a computer using standard grammer; inspects security control logs and takes action as required.”

Point 8. “observes and reports incidents or suspicious activity to client representatives , company management, life/safety personal or public safety authorities as appropriate for the circumstances and/or as required by the site.”

Point 10. “Acts to ensure that all property removal is conducted within appropriate policy requirements and in accord with client standards, identifies client products or materials among items carried by client employees or visitors.”

Now looking at those 4 points, Securitas guards did not do their job during the week.  Michelle Ahern walked out with about a dozen or two dozens boxes of prescription drugs from IWP.  Michelle Ahern stole from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, from November 04 to June 06.  If the Securitas did their job she would have never been able to do that.

Securitas guards I worked with violated multiple points of the basic job descrtiption.  It might help explain why Securitas Senior employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a copy of the job description.

Michelle Ahern did not start stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, until I switched to a weekend shift.  UPS does not offer package handling shifts on the weekends.

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 06BEM01793

The following is the second paragraph of an introduction under Dear. Ms. Hope:

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge. This information is produced solely in response to this charge and is not to be used for any other matter”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or even interview all the Securitas employees that where there on July 24, 2006.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 1 Sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There was no discrimination based on retaliation or for any other unlawful reason.”

The Securitas guards assigned at the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford, MA.  Did not do their day to day job description functions as assigned by their own job description.  I was targeted by Raul Taveras when he saw me.  In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle confessed to throwing away IWP boxes on her ride home from work.  In order to get from the UPS main package handling facility to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks that Securitas guards where assigned to.  Since Michelle Ahern stole close to $100,000 worth of prescription drugs Securitas guards did not even search people that passed through the guard shack.

Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from UPS in Chelmsford MA from November 2004 to June 2006, the time period of the alleged MCAD investigation was from November 2004 to May 2006.

Note: The Michelle Ahern story I read in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it was written by Lowell Sun court reporter Lisa Redmond.  I tried contacting Lisa she was unavailable for comment.

If there was no discrimination why was I targeted by Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras during a UPS open house.

Section I Summary of employer’s Position Paragraph I last two sentences

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s employment with the Company was not terminated.  Claimant quit his employment with the Company in August of 2005.”

From the Police Report dated July 24, 2006, at 407 PM, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told the responding police officers, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Granted I do agree with what Securitas wrote with these 2 sentences, but it does not match what Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told responding police officers.  According to MGL Chapter 268 Section I, I do not have to prove which statement is false just that both cannot be true.

Also I was not working for Securitas at the time of the complaint, so Summary of employer position is also false.  I was collecting unemployment in July of 2006.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 1

Securitas states, “At the end of July 2006, Claimant was found trespassing on the UPS client site and taking unauthorized pictures of the grounds.”

The responding Police Officer never questioned me about trespassing.  No surveillance tapes where ever handed over to the police or MCAD.  If I was trespassing why didn’t Securitas just hand over the tapes.

According to the Lisa Redmond court report in the Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern case, the Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff had UPS surveillance tapes in that case from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford Ma.  According to the Lisa Redmond article Michelle Ahern was caught on tape.

Despite UPS being recorded Securitas made no attempt to hand over those surveillance tapes.

On July 24, 2006, around 4PM, I attended a UPS open house.  By attending a UPS open house during the time period UPS posted in the Lowell Sun, Sunday July 23, 2006, I was invited to UPS and was not trespassing.

I was collecting unemployment from the commonwealth of Massachusetts attending an open house for a business that was hiring.

There is no mention of the open house UPS was having in July 2006 anywhere in the response statement written by Sherry K Pinchak.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “When Claimant refused to leave, the security officers on duty did their job, and called the police.”
I disagree, I left when Security Officer Raymond Woodman asked me to, or I would have been there when responding police officers arrived.

On June 16, 2015, responding police officers from several towns arrived at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

So it is possible the Billerica Police could have responded sooner.

If I did not leave when asked I would have been there when police arrived.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “While he alleges discrimination based on retaliation for filing a previous MCAD claim, his claims have no merit.”

Look Securitas called the police on me during a UPS open house.  I really doubt I was the only non UPS employee there that day.

Securitas did not submit any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, to support their made up story.  Securitas did not even submit a copy of the responding police officer’s report which they could have got for $1.

Securitas never told MCAD or the responding police officers, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was indeed my former supervisor. Raul Taveras was my listed supervisor on my counseling and corrective actions report that was handed in by Securitas in my previous MCAD complaint.

I knew 5 out of the 7 people Securitas used in their story, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor, arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt was a Security Guard when I worked with him, Security Guard Ray Woodman was also a coworker of mine when I worked there.  Securitas also quoted Lost Prevention Supervisors Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga who both worked for UPS when I was a guard at UPS.  Also in the Ray Woodman interview Ray speaks of me yelling at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Would those 5 people have acted that way according to Securitas if I did not know them?

Section II Company Background

Look I did some research before ever filing 1 legal action at the United States District Courts.  The company background section does not match the history section posted on their web site which is http://www.securitas.com/us/en/.

There is no mention of Securitas AB anywhere within what they submitted to MCAD in either claim.

It is not what they said is false, it is what they said is a partial truth which is a false statement.

I attached some screen shots I took of that website I am submitting with this complaint.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 1 sentences 2 and 3

Securitas states, In May 2004, Claimant received 5% salary increase.  Clearly, there was no discrimination.”

Why did they add that last sentence, would the second sentence not have been enough?

First off the raise I got was 2.5% not 5%, if it was 5% that would be more true.  My pay went from $10/hour to $10.25 an hour.

Securitas Guard Eddie Maldendo and his customers all got a raise to at least $10.50/hour

I tried arguing how much crime occurred at UPS in Chelmsford MA, while I was there see Brett Deveau v. Chelmsford Police Department, and Brett Deveau v. Michael J. Sullivan, United States District Attorney, Boston District.  Both were filed at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse, United States District Courts.

Thanks to the Lowell Sun, court reporter Lisa Redmond, I can now add, Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.

The only way Michelle Ahern, walked through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at with boxes of prescription drugs is if Securitas guards did not do their jobs at all, or some of them got a cut to look the other way.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “In October 2004, a ladder fell from a truck accidentally tearing Claimant’s pants off leaving Claimant naked from the waist down.  He alleged that other employees made light of this and alleged this to be sexual harassment.”

First off, in the first MCAD complaint Securitas stated in their response it happened in August of 2004.

Secondly, I handed MCAD a copy of my outcome letter when I filed my first MCAD complaint, in Securitas response in my first MCAD complaint Securitas also handed MCAD an outcome letter of their investigation.  So, I didn’t have to allege shit.  It was a fact that other people made fun of me.

Thirdly, no where in Securitas first response to MCAD did they say I was naked from the waist down.

Fourthly, Julian Oliveras had full knowledge of what happened to me in the feeder lanes and I never worked with him.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 4

Securitas stated, “On December 3, 2004, Claimant filed a claim of sexual harassment with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination  which was dismissed in May 2006.”

I filed my first MCAD complaint on November 9, 2004.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 5

Securitas stated, “:In August 2005, Claimant quit his employment with the Company.”

I do not disagree with that statement, but it does not match what they told responding police officers on July 24, 2006 at 407 PM, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher stated, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Why did they not tell that to responding police officers?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 1

Securitas stated, “Around July 24, 2006, at 4:00 PM, Claimant was seen taking pictures of and walking around the grounds of the UPS client site.”

First off, it was on July 24, 2006 around 4PM.  Secondly I was unemployed in July 2006, Securitas was not my employer.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He was an unauthorized visitor.”

I do not understand how someone collecting unemployment, showing up within the time period of a company hiring during an open house, is an unauthorized visitor.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “Claimant had never mentioned to the security officers on duty that he was applying for a job at UPS.”

Really, if I never mentioned that to my former supervisor, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras how did he know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  The company I left Securitas for because I wanted out of there so bad was Target, from August of 2005 to October 2005 I worked the overnight sort at target in Nashua, NH, which I assume would be similar to unloading a truck for UPS.  Raul stated in his interview submitted with this made up story I got laid off from Benchmark Electronics.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 4

Securitas stated, “Of note, the UPS Human Resources Department is across the street and in a separate building that is not in view of the Company security officers.”

Look to the best of my knowledge that statement is true, but Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said in his interview I did not go near the Human Resources building.  MGL Ch. 268 Section 1, states I do not have to prove which statement is fraudulent.  That statement does not match their exhibits.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “In the beginning of august 2006, Claimant filed a complaint with the Company stating that the security personal on duty had allegedly prevented him from applying for work at UPS because they had knowledge of a previous claim of discrimination that was filed on December 3, 2004.”

I filed a claim at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006, I never filed a claim at their offices.  In August of 2006 they would have gotten my Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint in the mail.

Securitas admitted they called the police on me, so how does accusing me of trespassing not prevent me from applying for work?

Also my first claim was filed on November 9, 2004, not on December 3, 2004.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “Valerie Kerin, Human Resources Manager conducted a prompt and throughout investigation. No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.  The investigation showed the following:”

Valerie Kerin, did not use any daily activity reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not use any Incident Reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not reference any surveillance reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not get a copy of the police report in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview any UPS employees in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there in her investigation, in the Ray Woodman interview he speaks of arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt, which really must have pissed Ray off Steve was on probation when I worked with him, either way Steve Straitt was not interviewed.  Also in the Raymond Woodman interview, Ray Woodman said I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera who was also never interviewed.

Valerie Kerin did leave out, that Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor and Ray Woodman was a former coworker

Valerie Kerin legendary investigation was done by using only the memories of their employees.

Valerie Kerin did not interview Securitas employees Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera who were both named in the Ray Woodman interview.

The Securitas interviews where signed 17 days after they called the police on my ass.

I would like the argue that entire statement is fraudulent

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 4, 3rd and 4th sentence of that paragraph

Securitas stated, “There was no evidence that Claimant was job searching at UPS, when he was seen taking pictures of the UPS client site.  There was no evidence that Claimant was prevented from job seeking at UPS or that he was subjected to discriminatory treatment when he trespassed on UPS property.”

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes or police reports when creating there story.

If there was no evidence I was job seeking how did Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics.  The company I worked for right after Securitas was Target in Nashua, NH.

They freely accused me of trespassing during a UPS open house, how did that not prevent me from looking for work?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 5 does not match Paragraph 7

Paragraph 5 Securitas Stated, “Security Officer Julian Oliveras saw Claimant taking pictures. Security Officer Julian Oliveras was instructed by Account Manager Raul Taveras to inform Claimant that he could not take pictures without authorization and that he would need to leave the property.  Claimant then stated that, “if you do call the police, tell them how you saw my bare ass!” He stated that he would “sue the Company again for sexual harassment that the Company owns half of UPS, and he would sue for 20 million dollars”.”

Now if you compare that bullshit paragraph to what they typed 2 paragraphs later

Paragraph 7 Securitas stated, “Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that he saw Claimant walking towards the guard house taking pictures.  Claimant stated that he wanted to show the “public” what the Company did to him.  Account Manager Raul Taveras told Claimant that he was trespassing and that he did not have permission to take pictures.  Account Manager Raul Taveras admits to calling the police as Claimant emotional state was agitated.   Claimant was angry, and he was shaking and waving his hands in the air.  Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that Claimant had never mentioned applying or filing out an application for UPS.”

Now in paragraph 5, Securitas wants you to believe Account Manager Raul Taveras ordered Julian Oliveras and I would need to leave.  There is nothing about me walking towards the guard house or having a conversation with Raul Taveras.

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  Unless they can answer that, Securitas told a partial truth in their story which is fraud.
There is no mention about my anger or rage in the police report, or me waving my hands in the air.

If all that was true, why didn’t they submit any of the perfectly working surveillance tapes?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 6

Securitas stated, “Security Officer Raymond Woodman stated that he also observed Claimant taking pictures of the client site.  He stated that he saw the Claimant was excited and yelling.  Security Officer Raymond Woodman denies ever hearing the Claimant was filling out an application for UPS.”

Raymond Woodman stated I yelled at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Section V in their response

Look there is a lot of rich material in this section.

I was not a Securitas employee in July of 2006, the Alert line was not an option I had.

According to Securitas own policies, as they highlighted in their own exhibits.  It is against Securitas policy to discuss a Securitas matter with UPS.  With that I doubt Securitas had 1 conversation with anyone from UPS, including both phone conversations they said occurred.

I do not understand the relevance of this section, I was unemployed in July of 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 1.

The first non bold paragraph

Securitas states, “The Company denies knowledge that Claimant was on the UPS client site seeking employment. As discussed in more detail in Section IV, the UPS Human Resources Department is at another location.  Claimant was found on the UPS client site taking unauthorized pictures.  Of note, it is one function of the security officer to prevent unauthorized visitors on the client site.”

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Human Resources building is across the street from the guard shacks, UPS keeps a copy of the HR Building keys at the guard shacks.  There is very little if any package handling jobs at the UPS HR Building.  In order to get to the main package handling building you have to pass through the guard shacks.

Again, they want to say I did all this, they did not submit 1 surveillance tape.
Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 2.

Securitas stated, “Securitas did not prevent Claimant from filing out a UPS application.  The UPS Human resources department was across the street.”

Securitas called the police on my ass, according to them they had multiple phone conversations with UPS employees.  Now, if that was true how would I be not trespassing at UPS HR Building, and considered trespassing at UPS.

Securitas called the police on my ass, and prevented me.

I would like to argue point 2 is false.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 3.

Securitas stated, “Claimant is misrepresenting the facts.  As discussed in more detail in Section IV, Claimant was trespassing on private property.  He had no authorization to “get a feel for the environment”. UPS applicants go to the Human Resources Building located across the street, and do not wander around the client site taking unauthorized pictures.  It was only when Claimant became agitated and irrational, that the security officers on duty called the police.  They were just doing their job..”

Fun facts to show how much BS went into that paragraph.

  1.  In July of 2006, I was collecting unemployment for quitting Benchmark Electronics.  In December of 2005, Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas guard at Benchmark Electronics plowed the parking lots.  It is why I wanted to get a feel for the environment.
  2. UPS on July 24, 2006 was having an open house until 5PM, the Chelmsford Police arrived at 407 PM.
  3. If I was hired by UPS, I would have to pass through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at, at least twice per day.
  4. There was no mention of me being agitated and irrational anywhere in the police report.
  5. If there story was true why did they not just submit the surveillance tapes.  In the article in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it speaks of Michelle Ahern being caught on tape.  At the very same UPS I was at.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS was in June 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 4.

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation of sexual harassment (MCAD #04BEM0304) was dismissed.  The Company does not retaliate against applicants, employees or former employees who choose to file complaints, either through MCAD or internally through the Company.  Claimant’s complaint was investigated by Valerier Kerin, Human Resources Manager who conducted a prompt and throughout investigation in August of 2006 (see Exhibit 5- Investigative notes).  No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.”

Several problems I have with that paragraph

  1. After I filed my first MCAD complaint my work week went from 40 hours a week to 16 hours a week.
  2. Every single person I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift including Alice Schofield was no longer with Securitas less than 3 weeks after my scheduled MCAD conference.  Alice Schofield’s last day was March 3, 2005.
  3. I never complained to Securitas directly, on July 25,2006, I filed with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  4. Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, or police reports in their investigation.
  5. In the Securitas job description that was submitted as an exhibit, you can read about all the report writing their guards are required to do.
  6. Securitas did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there that day, or any UPS employees.
  7. The Securitas interviews are signed 17 days after they called the police on me.
  8. Securitas story of that day does not match the police report.

Securitas lied their asses off about ever doing an investigation.  The lack of material they with held is obstruction of justice.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 5

Securitas Stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation filed in December 2004 had nothing to do with the current actions of the three security officers that were on duty at the client site in July 2006.   There was no retaliation.   Claimant trespassed on client property and took unauthorized pictures of the client site.   He was asked to leave.  He did not.   He became agitated and irrational.  The security officers called the police.  The security guards statements indicated that they had no knowledge that Claimant was applying for a position with UPS.   The guards did not prevent Claimant from walking across the street to apply for a position at UPS.  They did do their job and prevented Claimant from trespassing on the UPS grounds.”

I have several complaints with that paragraph

  1. My previous complaint was filed on November 9, 2004, not in December 2004.
  2. I knew 2 out of 3 Security Guards that were interviewed and 3 out of 4 that were talked about.  Raul Taveras was the only member of Securitas interviewed in both complaints.  Because he was interviewed in both complaints it may have influenced his actions.
  3. It was my former supervisor Raul Taveras that called the police on me during a UPS open house.  They did not submit 1 surveillance tape, incident report, or daily activity report to support their made up story.
  4. I was attending a UPS open house on July 24, 2006, the police arrived at 407 PM, which is 53 minutes before the open house ended.
  5. If I was asked to leave and did not, I would have been there when police arrived, so they outright lied.
  6. There is no mention of my agitation and rage anywhere in the police report.
  7. The Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report there are several differences between the two.
  8. Now Securitas called the police on me and accused me of trespassing, according to their story Raymond Woodman and Raul Taveras both had phone conversations with UPS, you really expect me to believe if that occurred their UPS HR office would have held the doors open for me?
  9. If they had no knowledge of me looking for work, how did they know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?
  10. If they did their job they would have produced daily activity reports, incident reports and surveillance tapes, the joy of report writing can be found in the Securitas job description exhibit.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There is no evidence whatsoever to support Claimant’s allegation of unlawful discrimination based upon retaliation or for any other reason.”

If there is no evidence, why is there no daily activity reports, incident reports or surveillance tapes, or police report.

Why did Securitas only interview 3 out of the 5 Securitas employees they talked about, and ZERO UPS employees?

Securitas told 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers.

Securitas never stated Raul Taveras was my former supervisor anywhere in their story.

There was plenty of evidence it was not collected.

According to Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had full knowledge UPS in Chelmsford was recorded and still refused to collect surveillance tapes.  Michelle Ahern according to the story written by Lisa Redmond was caught on tape.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS in Chelmsford was roughly 1 month before Securitas accused me of trespassing at the very same place.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Claimant was clearly distraught that he was not allowed to trespass on the UPS client site.”

I was asked to leave during a UPS open house, while collecting unemployment.

If this was true where are the surveillance tapes?

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 3        

Securitas stated, “There was nobody at Securitas who prevented Claimant from seeking employment at UPS.”

My former Supervisor Raul Taveras called the police on me.  According to Securitas they had multiple phone conversations with UPS.  I doubt the UPS HR Office would have held the doors open for me.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The Security guards on duty at the time frame in question were just doing their job.”

Securitas generated a made up story they refused to even submit surveillance tapes.

My first MCAD Complaint was open from November 2004 to May 2006 during that time those very same Securitas guards allowed Michelle Ahern to walk out with 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs with an estimated value of around $250,000.  Michelle Ahern confessed to throwing out everything but the percocets.  The percocets she stole had a value of $70,000.  In order for Michelle Ahern to get the boxes to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks Raul Taveras worked at.

The Michelle Ahern case is 1 reason Securitas did not hand over the tapes.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 2

Securitas states, “Company policy prohibits retaliation, threatened reprisal, or imposing retribution on an applicant or employee or any other individual who chooses to file an internal complaint or an agency charge.  Any alleged harm is due to Claimant’s own actions.”

Right with ZERO Daily Activity reports submitted

With ZERO incident reports submitted

With ZERO surveillance tapes submitted

With ZERO police reports submitted

With ZERO UPS employees interviewed

With not even 100% Securitas interviewed, in the Raymond Woodman interview he speaks of Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera neither of which where interviewed, according to Ray I really laid into Julian Rivera.

With Securitas not even checking UPS employees going out to there car such as Michelle Ahern.

Securitas does not give a shit about their legendary policies.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told 1 story to responding police officers and another in his MCAD interview, which is obstruction of justice and privacy law.  I do not see how that is because of my actions.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “This allegation is a frivolous charge and we respectfully request that this charge be dismissed as unsubstantiated in law or in fact.  If you require any additional information please do not hesitate to contact me.”

With holding of evidence from a police investigation is a crime.

Telling 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers is a crime.

With holding of key facts, is obstruction of justice.

If anyone from MCAD went down to UPS in Chelmsford, they would have known there is no way on god’s green earth Raymond Woodman could see me interacting with Raul Taveras at the other guard shack.

So unsubstantiated in law or fact I would like to argue is false.

I would now like to look at the Bullshit exhibits they submitted

The following is from the Julian Oliveras interview

Julian Oliveras Interview before the 1st question

Julian stated, “I saw Brett Deveau on site taking pictures.  Raul (Taveras, Manager) told me to tell Brett he couldn’t be taking pictures without authorization, and would have to leave the property.  When I said that to him, he flipped out.  He said “If you do call the police, tell them everything.  Tell them you saw my bare ass and _______.”

“He said he was going to sue Securitas again for sexual harassment.  He said Securitas owns half of UPS, that he was suing for 20 million dollars.”

The memory the detail, all those exact quotes.  I am truly impressed.

Did you know this interview was signed 17 days after they called the police on me.

Why was the interview done on August 2, 2006, and signed on August 10, 2006, does that make any sense?

What happened to the joy of report writing, no daily activity reports or incident report.

The best is if you compare this to all the interviews in the first MCAD complaint I had, all those interviews started with a question in all these interviews the guards are reporting something.

Does it not seem like he should have been question on do you remember on such and such date?

That answer, that detail, it sounds like there is a question missing.

After that wonderful adlib the first question of the interview is asked.

The Following is the first question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “How would you characterize his emotional state?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “He was very excited and confident about suing.  He said he was going to win this time.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the second question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “Did you see him taking photos?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “Yes.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the third question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “What was he taking photos of?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “The CCTV cameras, and the feeder lanes where the pants incident happened.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

I really like the detail.  Did you know, no where in the police report did Securitas tell the police I was taking pictures of the CCTV.  He also knew about the pants incident, and I never even worked with Julian, nice to see they are still running their mouth about it.

The Following is the fourth question and answer in the interview

“Did you see him fill out an application?”

“no”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

The Following is the fifth question and answer in the interview

“Did he say he was filling out an application, or there for an interview?”

“no.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

Just exactly how did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Following is the sixth question and answer in the interview

“What would you have done if this was a stranger?”

“I would have done the same thing they can’t take photos and they can’t be on property.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.  Considering this was during a UPS open house do you really expect me to believe I was the only non UPS employee there?
With the exception of the intro, where it looks like a question is missing none of the answers Julian gave looks like there was a question missing.

His interview does not match the other interviews.

I would now like to look at the Raymond Woodman interview

Raymond Woodman interview – intro

“Raul (Taveras, Manager) phoned me and told me Brett was on site. I saw Brett coming down the road and he went by the guard shack and went into the 1st parking lot.  I observed him there taking photos of the trailers, cameras, guard house.”

“I called Jason R(Raplarga.  UPS Client representative).  And he said, to tell him he does not have authorization to be on the property or to take photos.  When I told him (Brett), he said, “ok well, I’m leaving anyways.”

“Julian (Rivera) was on his way coming down the road for shift change and he stopped and talked to Brett.  I could see that Brett was yelling and excited.”

What I really love about Ray Woodman intro is the memory the detail and it was done without reports, or use of surveillance camera.

Now if I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera, why the fuck was Julian not even interviewed?  The Julian that was interviewed was Julian Oliveras.

Securitas wants you to believe they did an investigation and I yelled my ass off at someone they did not even interview.

Raymond Woodman interview – 1st question and answer

“Did he ever mention an application or interview?”

“No, not to me.  The applications aren’t filled out there, HR is across the Road at #90.  We are at 87 Brick Kiln Rd.”

Now imagine if Raul Taveras had this piece of knowledge in his interview, he is clueless about the #90 building.  But at least the answer matches the question.

Still no mention of UPS open house, and he allegedly talked to Jason Raplarga.

Raymond Woodman interview – 2nd question and answer

“Did you ever see him go there?”

“No, its to far (to see)”

“When Julian came to relieve me, I noticed that the PD was there with Raul and Steve Straitt (supervisor)

I don’t know what to say an honest answer in the first part.  But what there is an adlib.  The adlib must have really pissed Ray off.  When I worked with Steve Straitt he was making $8.50 an hour he was on probation for downloading an printing porn when he worked at HP, he started UPS on probation.  What does the second statement have to do with the original question?

Raymond Woodman interview – 3rd question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“no”

Valerie Kerin wants me to believe she did an investigation.

In the Raymond Woodman interview he spoke of 2 different Securitas employees that were not even interviewed Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera.  In Securitas response to MCAD it speaks of 3 Securitas employees being there, that is false compared to the Raymond Woodman interview.

 

Now I would like to look at the Raul Taveras interview

Raul Taveras interview – Intro

Raul stated, “I saw Brett walking towards me at the guard house.  He said he was taking pcitures because he is going public.  He said ”I’m going to say what UPS and Securitas and Kevin Phelan did to me.””

“I said ok, but you can’t be on site and have to have permission from UPS to take pictures.  He said ok, I’ll just walk this way.  I saw him walk off and then called the PD because he was really emotional and not thinking straight , I called the PD in case he did not want to go.  I didn’t want any guards to get hurt.”

Just an amazing memory Raul Taveras must have, with no daily activity reports, inciden reports or surveillance cameras.

Now why does that no match the Julian Oliveras interview, there is no mention of him ordering Julian to interact with me.

Both the Raul Taveras and Julian Oliveras interviews cannot be true when compared to each other.

Also it seems like there is a question mission, what caused Raul to recite that story.  Although the missing question is a theme throughout the interview.

Raul Taveras interview 1st question and answer

“What do you mean emotional?”

“shaking hands, very angry, his hands were waving, he was agitated and tense, he had this weird laugh , and was definitely getting more angry.”

“Then I called Ray (Woodman) and he said he was there taking pictures.  I told Julina who was there, and at shift change I told him to tell him had to leave.”

“Jason Raplarga and Mark (Our client at UPS) said if he shows up again, tell him to get off the property and call the PD.  The PD spoke to the client on the phone.”

Now as Honorable Judge Lynn C. Rooney can probably testify to when I get pissed off I “sing”  I do not have this weird laugh.

I sang such melodies at the Lowell Courthouse as, Burn it to the ground by Nickleback, No more Mr. nice guy by Alice Cooper, Would I lie to you and Missionary man by the Eurythemics.

But looking at Raul Taveras does the first paragraph not answer the question?

After that it seems adlibbed filler.  What does calling Raul or conversations with Jason or Mark have anything to do with the question.

To the best of my knowledge Jason Raplarga and Mark Kelly were both Lost Preventions supervisors at UPS and worked different shifts, if they answer honestly I would ask this office to show UPS clemency.

As for the PD spoke to the client over the phone, there is no mention of that call anywhere in the police report.

But the different paragraphs would make more sense to me if they had questions assigned to them.

Don’t you worry I got so much on UPS if you seriously went after UPS they would settle.

Raul Taveras interview 2nd question and answer

“Did he ever mention that he was there for an interview or an application?”

“No.”

“After he left us, he was working for Benchmark and we do security for them too.  He was laid off from Benchmark.  He said I’m going to tell them how the benchmark security officers are still harassing him.”

To me the no answer, answers the question.  Why would he break into the Benchmark thing.

After I left Securitas the 1st company I worked for was Target in Nashua, NH, I did the overnight sort from August of 2005 to October of 2005.  After that I worked for Benchmark.

No company has a lay off for 1 fucking person, I left Benchmark because the Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas plowed the parking lots at Benchmark.

What I love is the rich detail of this answer, according to the police report, the responding police officer was lucky to get my name from Raul.

Raul Taveras interview 3rd question and answer

“Did he go near HR at all?”

“No.  I don’t know about the #90 building.”

Again I felt the No answer answered the question.  Would you like to know the address for the UPS HR building?  Its 90 Brick Kiln Road, even Ray Woodman knew this in his interview.

It is posted on the UPS Sexual Harassment policy which was posted in both guard shacks and throughout the facility as required by law.

Raul Taveras interview 4th question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“No.”

The Raul Taveras does not match the Julian Oliveras interview or the Raymond Woodman interview.

Within the same interview he gives 2 different answers why the police were called, in one response he stated he called the police because of my emotional state, in another part of the interview he said he called the police per the order of UPS.

Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report.

Now I would like to look at the Police Report written by responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher.

 

 

The Police report sentence 1

Officer Zaher wrote, “On Monday, 7/24/06 at 1607 hrs. I, OFC Zaher while on Patrol in Car 1, was dispatched to 87 Brick Kiln Road (UPS) for an unwanted male.”

If you not the exact date, it is not something Securitas used anywhere in their story.  Also the time, it is within the time period of the UPS open house.  87 Brick Kiln Road, is where both MCAD complaints occurred, and where Michelle Ahern worked.

The Police Report sentence 2

Officer Zaher wrote, “Upon arrival I spoke with security officer Raul Taveras who stated that a Brett Deveau a former employee had been on the property and when asked to leave original told them he didn’t have to.”

Look on July 24, 2006, UPS was having an open house until 5PM, I was at UPS within the time period of the open house.

What is missing is all the anger and rage Securitas said I had its no where to be found.

The Police Report sentence 3

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

The type and time of the termination I received is not accurate and did not even match what Securtias told the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Now if I have been fired over 1 year ago, how then was not seen for about 1 year?

The Police Report sentence 4

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated today he saw Brett taking pictures of the gates and he began to walk down towards the employee parking area’s.”

That does not match what Raul Taveras stated in his interview, Raul stated in his interview I was full of anger and rage and he called the police as my temper rose.

The Police Report sentence 5

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had since left on foot towards Brick Kiln road.”

Look I parked my car at the UPS HR parking lot which is across the street.  Which is towards Brick Kiln Road.  There is nothing in his interview about me walking towards Brick Kiln Road.

The Police Report sentence 6

Officer Zaher wrote, “I advised Raul to have UPS send a no trespassing letter to brett and he stated he would let UPS know about the incident.”

Raul Taveras said in his interview the police called UPS over the phone.  It could explain why I never got a no trespassing letter.

The Police Report sentence 7

Officer Zaher wrote, “I checked the area for Brett but was unable to locate him and the only information provided to me by Raul was Brett’s name and the he lived somewhere in Billerica.”

Really, my former Supervisor Raul Taveras was an encyclopedia of knowledge about me in his interview he even was aware I worked at Benchmark Electronics.

The Police Report sentence 8

Officer Zaher wrote, “clear.”

My thoughts about the police report

No where in the police report did Raul tell responding police officer he was my previous supervisor.

No where in the police report did Raul tell the responding police officer he was a named witness in the previous MCAD case.

No where in the police report where the police told I was taking pictures of the CC

Did you know?

This trespassing charge was while the Chelmsford Police Department was actively investigating the Michelle Ahern case, so the Chelmsford Police knew UPS in Chelmsford was recorded.

Why did the responding police officer not ask for the surveillance tapes?

I will be arguing Privacy law violations, fraud and false statements, perjury violations and other criminal charges.

The Police report does not match my MCAD Complaint 06BEM01793, that is about how I was treated at UPS at 87 Brick Kiln Road around 4PM.

United States District Courthouse

The first legal action I filed at the United States District Courthouse, Securitas Security Services USA Inc., argued that they were not the Securitas Group.

Securitas goes by 100 different names, but its all the same fucking company.  Attached is some screen shots.

I also filed Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc., I wanted to argue Securitas lied their fucking asses off. 100% of the quotes I used in roughly the first 33 legal paragraphs came from documents Securitas Security Services USA Inc, submitted to the MCAD, by them denying all knowledge of those quotes, I was not offered any protections of the Oath of Perjury.

 

I hope you enjoyed Fraud and false statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title 18 US Code

Chapter 96

Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations

(RICO)

 

 

 

 

Securitas used a team of people to lie their asses off about me in my first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 04BEM03042 and a slightly different team in my second Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 06BEM01793.

In my first MCAD complaint 04BEM03042 there team consisted of:

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson, hailing from West Lake Village CA, Securitas US Corporate headquarters.  It was Laura that signed off on the Securitas legal response.

Securitas North East Area President Richard Avery, Richard has a Boston Office within 10 minutes of the MCAD building, but for some reason the Securitas story had to come from their West Lake Village Office, Richard is mainly mentioned because he is Thomas Fagan supervisor.  Securitas might have a dozen area presidents in the US, I would guess his title means as much as a chapter president for a union.

Securitas North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, Thomas defended Securitas at MCAD during both complaints, he also answered to the lawyers at Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak and Cohen when I filed my US DC complaint.

Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan, it was Kevin that allegedly did a series of interviews involving mainly the shift supervisors at UPS in Chelmsford MA, the only non supervisor he interviewed was a good friend of his and Alice Schofield’s Josh Lindeman.  You see Kevin what to bat for Josh Lindeman after Josh got assigned to the UPS client site.   Josh had the longest hair out of all the guards at UPS in Chelmsford, and a full length beard.  This did not sit well with UPS Lost Prevention Supervisor Mark Kelly who pointed out Josh does not met the UPS clean cut image.  Kevin assured Mark that Josh was not assigned to the site permanently he was a floater covering.

Securitas Operations Manager or Account Manager Raul Taveras.  The man with many titles.  Operations Manager is the title Raul Taveras uses right here on linkedin.  Account Manager and other titles is what MCAD was told.  Raul Taveras was the shift lead from 8AM to 4Pm, UPS did not run a package handling shift until 1PM so Raul worked the easiest shift, he had the additional responsibilities of talking to the client.  Raul supervisor was Kevin Phelan in this case.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield.  Despite Securitas giving MCAD 2 different job titles for these 2 to MCAD they both did pretty much the same job William Adams was a shift lead 4PM to 12 Am, and Alice Schofield was the shift lead from 12 Am to 8AM, they both had Raul Taveras as their supervisor.

 

Securitas Floater Josh Lindeman, he did not start at UPS until October 19, 2004, as it is stated in an Incident report he signed off on.  He did not work with me in August of 2004 to that date why he was even interviewed regarding me is a mystery to me.  He was the only non supervisor to sign an interview during the first MCAD complaint.  As a floater he made around 25% more than me as far as pay for Securitas.

Now some of their job titles may have changed, some of them may not be with the company anymore.  But at the time of my first MCAD complaint I believe that is accurate.

Obstruction of justice

This argument will be covered in more detail in the obstruction of justice chapter or maybe in a later draft.

Count 1 and 2, Securitas legal response in MCAD docket number 04BEM03042, it was jointly filed with the US EEOC so they lied to them too.  It is the reason I consider this part 2 counts.

Securitas with held a lot of key facts from the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

  1. Over 10,000 UPS employees work at or out of UPS in Chelmsford, MA, Securitas did not even name 1 of them, never mind interview 1 of them.  Despite UPS Site Supervisor William Adams job title he was a Securitas employee.
  2. Securitas did not interview 1 employee of my rank I worked with from August 2004 to October 2004, they with held every single Security Guard I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift normally, and every single Security Guard that worked the William Adams shift, and every single Security guard that worked on the Raul Taveras shift.  They did not interview 1 non supervisor.  They talked about several of them.
  3. Securitas did not submit 1 surveillance tape to MCAD or the US EEOC.  During the time in question UPS in Chelmsford was recorded, as surveillance tapes was part of the evidence used in Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.  Michelle Ahern walked through the same guard shacks Raul Taveras worked at least twice a day.
  4. In the job description exhibit submitted in the other MCAD complaint 06BEM01793.  It say Securitas has to write reports.  When I worked at Securitas there was 1 daily activity report written for each guard shack per shift.  That is 2 guard shacks, and 3 shifts per day for a total of 6 Daily activity reports per day.  Securitas did not submit 1 daily activity report.
  5. Securitas did not submit 1 Incident Report that was handed in before they started their interviews.  Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did sign 1 Incident Report the day after she was interviewed.  The day of her alleged interview is October 25, 2004, the day she signed the incident report is October 26, 2004.
  6. In the first MCAD complaint every single interview starts with a question.  In the second MCAD complaint every single interview starts with their employees ad libbing a story.
  7. There are numerous questions in the interviews that violate privacy law.
  8. The interviews are inconsistent when compared to each other.
  9. All 3 outcome letters say pretty much the same thing.  What I cannot figure is where in the William Adams interview did William Adams report inappropriate conversations?  William reported he was scared shitless of “Guado” Yepez.
  10. Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A Wilson stated I never made any attempt to tell my chain of command.  Yet both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said in their interviews I was so mad I was going to sue.  Both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras out ranked me.
  11. I never got a 5% raise, that was reserved for the people that bought product from Eddie Maldendo, the raise I received was 2.5%.

With the lack of UPS employees interviewed, lack of Securitas coworkers interviewed, lack of surveillance tapes, lack of daily activity reports, lack of incident reports, inconsistencies in their own interviews, inconsistencies in their response statement.  Securitas committed Obstruction of justice.

Count 3 Retaliation against Witnesses

In August of 2004, a ladder fell tearing my pants off.  In August of 2004, I worked on the Alice Schofield shift.  I worked with Supervisor Schofield, Security Guards Martha Shaw, John Clark and Chris Boucher.

Within 3 weeks of the investigative conference at MCAD every single one of those people was no longer at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.  Alice Schofield and Chris Boucher last day was March 3, 2005.

Before MCAD I worked 40 hours a week.  After I filed my work week got cut down to 32 hours, working a double double on the weekends.  That would be from Midnight to 4Pm on Saturday and Sunday.  Look it was a nice gig on Saturday.  Every other Saturday I would see the Angelia Jolie clone drive in from San Francisco UPS gave her 6 days to travel across the country. On Saturday the only scheduled drivers to arrive was the group from San Francisco.  UPS did not run a package handling shift on the weekends. The only really shift was the 11PM to 3AM shift that ended early Saturday morning.  However after Alice Schofield last day, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras decided that the guard during the week where to valuable and deserved 40 hour weeks, so my work week got cut down to 16-24 hours.  Because of the 16 hour work weeks, I accepted a job at Target in Nashua, NH.  It was an overnight sort position which I would assume is very similar to a loader/unloader at UPS in Chelmsford MA.  My first job after Securitas was not Benchmark Electronics.

I would like to argue my loss of hours is retaliation because I filed.  Also my coworkers all of them getting fired puts up a red flag.

Count 4, and 5,Securitas legal response in my second MCAD complaint 06BEM01793  Like the first claim it was jointly filed with the US EEOC.

The Securitas Team in this matter was

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Sherry K. Pinchak out of West Lake village CA, Securitas US Corporate Headquarters.  I would assume Sherry did a similar job to Laura A. Wilson in the first complaint

Securitas North East Area President Richard Avery, Richard has a Boston Office within 10 minutes of the MCAD building, but for some reason the Securitas story had to come from their West Lake Village Office, Richard is mainly mentioned because he is Thomas Fagan supervisor.  Securitas might have a dozen area presidents in the US, I would guess his title means as much as a chapter president for a union.

Securitas North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, Thomas defended Securitas at MCAD during both complaints, he also answered to the lawyers at Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak and Cohen when I filed my US DC complaint.

Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Valerie Kerin, according to the story Valerie Kerin did 3 interveiws.

Securitas Operations Manager or Account Manager Raul Taveras.  The man with many titles.  Operations Manager is the title Raul Taveras uses right here on linkedin.  Account Manager and other titles is what MCAD was told.  Raul Taveras was the shift lead from 8AM to 4Pm, UPS did not run a package handling shift until 1PM so Raul worked the easiest shift, he had the additional responsibilities of talking to the client.  Raul supervisor was Kevin Phelan in this  first MCAD complaint.  In the second MCAD complaint Raul Taveras supervisor was Valerie Kerin.

Security Guard Raymond Woodman, when I worked for Securitas Raymond Woodman was a coworker.  He was the first Securitas guard I relieved.  In the second complaint, I was unemployed collecting unemployment attending an open house.  Maybe Raymond Woodman can tell you why he was never interviewed in the first complaint.

Securitas Guard Julian Oliveras, I never worked with Julian, I could not pick him out of a lineup with 1 other person in the line up.  But never the less he did sign off on Securitas story.

There are several problems I have with Securitas legal response.

  1. They used ZERO surveillance tapes, at the time I was accused of trespassing on July 24, 2006, the Chelmsford Police where investigating Michelle Ahern, they cannot say those cameras did not work.  Michelle Ahern had a court date at the Lowell Courthouse on September 5, 2006.
  2. Securitas interviewed ZERO UPS employees but they did name 2, Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga.
  3. Securitas did not even interview all the guards they talked about, according to the Raymond Woodman interview I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera, also arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt was also present, when I worked with Steve he was on probation him making supervisor before Ray must have really pissed him off.
  4. Securitas submitted ZERO daily activity reports
  5. Securitas submitted ZERO incident reports, an incident report must be written every time a police officer shows up at the client site.  When the police officer turns his blues on it costs the town $400, so Sherry K Pinchak can rest assured I did retain some things.
  6. The Securitas interviews where signed 17 days after they called the police on me.
  7. The Raul Taveras interview about what happened on July 24, 2006 does not match what Raul Taveras told responding police officers according to the police report.
  8. Securitas legal response is not consistent with their previous legal response to MCAD, they changed numerous dates, and stated facts about the matter they did not state in their first response.
  9. The interviews they submitted are inconsistent when compared to each other.
  10. Securitas employees picked and choosed when to actually follow their job description.  If they actual searched Michelle Ahern she would not have been able to steal from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, unless they were paid off.
  11. UPS has a bus stop within 100 yards of the guard shack, if I was trespassing either every single person on those buses was a UPS employee, or they discrimated against me.

With the complete lack of surveillance tapes, incident reports, daily activity reports Securitas made no attempt to do any sort of investigation.  Securitas made no attempt to interview any UPS employees or all the Securitas employees they talked about.  Securitas did not submit a police report, nobody from Securitas said UPS was having an open house that week even though according to them they talked to UPS.    If Securitas employees did their job Michelle Ahern would not have been able to steal from UPS in Chelmsford MA for 19 months.  Securitas committed obstruction of justice.

Count 6.  Police and Criminal Investigations

On July 24, 2006 around 4PM.  I was collecting unemployment and decided to attend an open house at UPS in Chelmsford MA.  I was greeted by Raymond Woodman leave or we will call the police.  I left.  The police arrived at UPS in Chelmsford at 407 PM.   On July 25, 2006, I told MCAD how Securitas treated me the day before.

On July 24, 2006 according to the police report.  The responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher spoke to Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras.  What Raul Taveras said in his interview does not match the police report.

The following points should add upto obstruction of justice

  1.  There is no mention in the police report about my anger or rage Securitas said I had in their story to MCAD.
  2. Securitas told the police I was fired, they told MCAD I quit.
  3. Securitas told the police I was fired 1 year before July 24, 2006, Securitas told MCAD I quit in August of 2005.
  4. The police officer was lucky to get my name from my former Supervisor Raul Taveras, Raul Taveras stated in his interview that I worked at Benchmark Electronics.
  5. The police reports states the officer told Raul Taveras to make UPS aware of the situation, according to the Raul Taveras interview the police had a phone conversation with UPS.
  6. According to the police report I left on foot towards Brick Kiln Road, in the Raul Taveras interview at points I refused to leave or just walked off and went that way.
  7. There is no mention in the police report, that I interacted with Raymond Woodman and other guards.
  8. There is no mention in the police report that Raul Taveras actively followed me,  Raul stated in his interview that I went no where near the HR Building, for that to be true he would have needed to follow me.
  9. The police where never handed any surveillance tapes.
  10. Raul Taveras never told the police officer about our history, such as he was my former supervisor.
  11. The police were not told that Securitas and Raul Taveras had numerous phone conversations with UPS client representatives Mark Kelly, and Jason Raplarga.

By Securitas with holding information from a police investigation, by Securtias with holding the surveillance tapes, by Securitas not allowing the Police to interview other guards, Securitas committed obstruction of justice.

Count 7                                  Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern

Securitas had a contract with UPS for 700 guard hours per week of coverage when the contract started in January of 2004, it lasted until December of 2006.  Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from UPS November 2004 to June 2006.  UPS like to change the guard company every so often so the employees and guards do not get to friendly.

UPS in Chelmsford, MA, is a controlled access facility all UPS employee must pass through the guard shacks to enter and leave work.

UPS has 9 cameras at the guard shacks that all work just fine.  The cameras at the guard shack Ray Woodman worked at was on DVR, UPS was change out the hard drive early Sunday morning when the guard shack was closed.

The guard shack Raul Taveras worked at was on a 14 tape VHS library, a guard in theory would change the tapes 1 a day.  While I was on the overnight shift, I observed Supervisor Schofield changed those tapes at the start of her shift.  I later worked weekends on the weekend Joe Diegnan changed the tapes at the start of shift.  After Alice Schofield was terminated, Joe Diegnan would take out Sunday’s tape on Saturday.  The new overnight supervisor Steve Perry found right here on linkedin did not change the tapes during the week.  I strongly believe UPS had a black room with 4 employees that watched cameras all day.  As a guard when I reported a UPS truck driver did not follow their BS procedures that truck driver was fired.  Look UPS pays truck drivers really good fucking money, they are 100% replaceable.  Some of the drivers I liked made over $50/hour at UPS.  Some of them even told me I made $10 talking to you.

Securitas lied their fucking asses off about watching tapes, their employees where so damn lazy they did not even search people if they did Michelle Ahern would not have been able to steal for 19 months and that is just what she confessed to.

At no point did the Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff ever call me regarding the Michelle Ahern cases.

You want me to believe MCAD investigators Carolyn Packard and Keith Parrett where actively investigating UPS in Chelmsford during my first MCAD complaint.  My first MCAD complaint was open from Nov 2004 to May 2006, Michelle Ahern stole from that very same UPS from Nov 2004 to June 2006.

The evidence and witnesses used in my first MCAD complaint, and in the Michelle Ahern case where greatly different even though both cases occurred at 87 Brick Kiln Road Chelmsford, MA.  My first MCAD claim overlaps Michelle Ahern confession in all but 1 moth, June 2006.  My first MCAD complaint was open Nov 2004 to May 2006, Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from Nov 2004 to June 2006.

I would like to argue Securitas did not cooperate with either investigation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Referenced Material and Previous legal actions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Legal

At the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc.  Filed on November 9, 2004. Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination Docket Number 04BEM03042.

Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc.  Filed on July 25, 2006. Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination Docket Number 06BEM01793.

At the United States District Courts, Boston District

Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc.

Brett Deveau v. Chelmsford Police Department

Brett Deveau v. United States District Attorney, Boston District, Michael J. Sullivan

Brett Deveau v. United Parcel Service

At the United States Court of Appeals Boston, MA

Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc, number 10-1314

At the Suffolk Superior Courthouse

Brett Deveau v. Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, August 2013.

At the Lowell District and Woburn Superior Courthouse

Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, (fall 2006)

Chelmsford Police Department

A police report written by Chelmsford Police Officer, Christopher Zaher for something that happened at 87 Brick Kiln Road, United Parcel Service, Chelmsford, MA, on July 24, 2006 at 407PM.

Lowell Sun Newspaper

Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, Court Reporter Lisa Redmond.  (note: it was Lisa Redmond article that original told me about Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern)

 

 

Legal websites

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18

https://malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws

http://tips.fbi.gov

 

Non Legal References

www.securitas.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/UPS-Chelmsford-Hub/163210397026485

http://www.teamsterslocal25.com/

 

About how some of the references where used

Concerning Backgrounds section

Some of the knowledge in the Background of UPS came from the Teamsters website, facebook UPS-Chelmsford hub

 Concerning Conflict of Interest section

Securitas brags about how big they are right on their own website, they used to have the Pinkerton division devoted to government contracts, they changed the name and have a division devoted to government contracts that came be found right on their website which is www.securitas.com

Concerning the Conspiracy Section

I talked about both Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaints 04BEM03042, and 06BEM0173, the police report which I was accused of trespassing written by Officer Zaher on July 24, 2006 at 407PM, and Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.

Concerning Fraud and False statements section

Pages 16 to 40 things I may have referenced refer to my first MCAD complaint 04BEM03042

Pages 41 to 60 general refer to things I may have referenced in my second MCAD complaint 06BEM01793

Pages 60 to 62 would refer to the police report written by responding police officer Christopher Zaher, how that story did not match what they told MCAD in my second Complaint 06BEM01793

Concerning Obstruction of Justice section

 

I hope that is easy enough to follow

Concerning Perjury Section

How boring is the section I copied and pasted most of Fraud and False Statements and posted it again since most of it was under the Oath of perjury, so if you understood Fraud and False statements this section will be a breeze.

Pages 72 to 96 deal with material found in my first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 04BEM03042.

Pages 97 to 116 deal with material found in my second Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 06BEM01793.

Pages 116 to 117 deal with comparing the police report written by the responding officer to what Securitas submitted to Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination in 06BEM01793

RICO section

I hope that is easy enough to follow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standard

The real Securitas AB.

 

 

 

This is so far what I got for a rough draft about a criminal complaint which i plan of filing June 23, 2016.

This is not the final version just what I have so far.  Some pages are a little empty they will be used as cover pages between chapters.

 

 

 

 

US CODE CHAPTER 11

CONFLICT OF INTEREST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This section is about US Code title 18 Chapter 11, conflict of interest

Securitas brags on their website about having 12,000 employees working Federal Contracts, around 6,000 armed and some wielding M16’s such as their cover boy on their webpage

Now if the government pays an average of $30/per guard hour.  Keep in mind that is not what Securitas pays the guards but what the government pays Securitas.  That is a ridiculous pay for unarmed.  But if an armed Security Guard is making $25/hour, the company is probably getting paid about $40 an hour for his contract.

You do out the math $30 an hour, 40 hours a week, 52 weeks a year, and 12,000 employees you come to $748.8 Million.

Considering the Federal Government is paying Securitas around $750 million.  That is a lot of trust and a lot of contracts.

Some of those government agencies dishing out serious money for Securitas is the United States District Attorney offices, and the Department of Justice.  Both of which I would have to file a criminal complaint through.

Now imagine if Securitas was known for lying to police officers, with holding hundreds of surveillance tapes, refusing to submit written reports, refusing to interview relevant witnesses, and telling stories under the oath of perjury.  Also lying their ass off to the police, and lying about the police actions.

Facts: Both my MCAD complaints occurred at UPS in Chelmsford they have 9 visual mounted cameras they make no attempt to hide, not 1 tape was submitted by Securitas in any claim, they talked about the CCTV coverage in the William Adams interview, the Julian Oliveras and Ray Woodman Interviews, and in the job description.  Fact:  The Teamster Union 25 is one of 2 unions at UPS in Chelmsford which boosts 25,000 members on their web page, UPS has a minimum of 40% non union jobs in the event of a strike so they can maintain fully operational status so I would guess there is at least 25,000 UPS employees that work there or out of there not 1 was interviewed in either claim.  Fact:  I worked with a lot of guards in the first claim only a small percentage was interviewed, Securitas spoke of 4 Securitas employees in the Second claim I knew 3 of them and only 1 of them was interviewed in the first claim.  Fact: Securitas did not submit 1 daily activity report, 1 police report, or 1 incident report I was involved in, in either claim.  Fact: every single interview was done exclusively from the memories of their employees. Fact:  There are numerous inconsistencies throughout the interviews.  Fact: Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told one story to the police and another to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrtimination and United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  Fact: MCAD ruled on the side of the $750 million in contracts in both claims.

Considering Securitas did all this to me.   I am willing to argue the government probably looked the other way from the get go, because the $750 million roughly they pay them the other shows a lot of trust and creates a conflict of interest.

I would like to enter 4 counts of conflict of interest by government.

2 by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and 2 by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  In regards to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Docket Numbers MCAD Docket Numbers 04BEM03042, and 06BEm01793.  They were also jointly filed with the US EEOC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US CODE CHAPTER 19

CONSPIRACY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to the law.  Title 18, USC Section 371 states, “If two or more persons conspire either to commit any offense against the United States,”

My first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint occurred at 87 Brick Kiln Road, Chelmsford, Ma.

Securitas created a story about what happened they used a lot of people in the creation of their story.  Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield, one of Alice Schofield’s better friends Josh Lindeman who was also a floater for Securitas, UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan, North East Area vice President Thomas Fagan, from Securitas US Corporate Headquarters out of West Lake Village California Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson.

By the time Securitas submitted their made up story to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Michelle Ahern was stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA for nearly 2 months.  Michelle Ahern would have been on the same cameras UPS Site Supervisor William Adams talked about as Michelle Ahern needed to pass through the guard shacks to enter and leave work.

There is a lot of stuff I can point to in their story that sounds made up to me.

  1.  If you compare the first set of interviews in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, to my second MCAD complaint 06BEM01793, who reported anything to their office?
  2. Securitas changed every single date they could find between the 2 stories.
  3. In the second legal response Securitas did to MCAD in 06BEM01793, I knew 5 out of the 7 people they referenced in their story.  I knew Security Guard Ray Woodman, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, arriving supervisor Steve Straitt who was a security guard when I worked with him, I knew UPS employees Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga.  I did not know either one of the Julians.  So why didn’t Ray, Steve, Mark, or Jason even make a cameo in my first MCAD complaint?  According to Raul Taveras they all enjoyed laughing at me.
  4. Both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras tell a different tale about a magical Friday I came in to pick up my check, both of them said I told the other one, while they listened.
  5. No where in the Incident Report written by Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield was my name even mentioned which she signed 1 day after her interview in which my name was mentioned.  Some of the same material word for word is in her interview, and her incident report.
  6. The Raul Taveras interview has my favorite line, Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan asked, “do you remember when Bill said, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.””  Where did that quote even come from?
  7. Look the interview with my name on it is completely made up, it has such phrases I was happily working weekends.  Really I was their on Josh Lindeman first night their which is a Tuesday, not a Saturday and Sunday.
  8. Number of times the United Parcel Service handed over the guard shack surveillance tapes to responding police officers, ZERO.
  9. What happened to things like privacy law?  According to both UPS Site Supervisor Bill Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras they both drilled me about my sex life.
  10. Something that would have been on those surveillance cameras, not 1 of my coworkers searched anyone or UPS Package Handler Sorter Michelle Ahern would not have been able to steal from UPS for 19 months.
  11. Out of the thousands of daily activity reports I don’t believe any where submitted.
  12. Out of the 50 + Securitas employees I worked with they only interviewed supervisors, or friends of the supervisors that signed interviews and collaborated their story.

My second Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint was filed on July 25, 2006.  It was again about UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

Securitas like my first MCAD complaint created a story, in their story they used, my former coworkers Security Guard Raymond Woodman, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, and 1 guard I didn’t know that signed interviews in Julian Oliveras, they talked about former coworker Supervisor Steve Straitt when I worked with Steve he was a Security Guard, Security Guard Julian Rivera, UPS Employees Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga.  Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Valerie Kerin, Securitas North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, and from their West Lake Ca. US Headquarters Senior Employee Relations Sherry K. Pinchak.

  1. During the time of my complaint the Chelmsford Police Department was allegedly investigating Michelle Ahern.
  2. There are numerous differences about what happened in the Raul Taveras interview itself.  Such as me not going anywhere near the UPS HR Building and him not knowing where the #90 building even is, the address for the UPS HR Building is 90 Brick Kiln Road.
  3. Securitas argued I was there scoping out the CCTV, did they tell responding police officers that where investigating Michelle Ahern that those cameras worked just fine.
  4. The story Raul Taveras told about the actions of responding police officers, did not match the officers report.
  5. Raul Taveras told 1 story to responding police officers and a different one to MCAD.
  6. Securitas did not use 1 daily report, 1 incident report, or 1 surveillance tape in the telling of their story they just needed their legendary memories.  If their memories where that legendary they must have been a wealth of knowledge for the Chelmsford Police Department in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern or did they just make everything up.

For greater detail please read Chapter 47 Fraud and False Statements, and Chapter 79 the Oath of perjury.

By violating those 2 laws to government offices, they violated this section of the law.

By violating obstruction of justice they also violated this section of the law.

Securitas in all used a team of people Security Guards Ray Woodman, Julian Oliveras, Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield, UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras, Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan, and Valerie Kerin, North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, and possible President Richard Avery, and from their Corporate Headquarters Laura A. Wilson and Sherry K. Pinchak.  All these people were used by Securitas to tell completely made up stories.  The stories at MCAD where at least jointly filed with the US EEOC.

With the law violations and there team of people I believe they violated this section of the law.

Just think all 18 months my first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint was open, UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern was stealing boxes of prescription drugs from UPS in Chelmsford.  You expect me to believe anyone did an investigation?  Michelle Ahern had to walk through the guard shacks controlled by Securitas employees entering and leaving work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US Code Chapter 47

 

Fraud and False statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042

In Section I – paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge.”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or did they interview 1 Securitas employee of my rank that I worked with from August to October of 2004.

By the time Securitas submitted their made up investigation to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, Michelle Ahern was stealing from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford MA for at least 2 months.  Michelle Ahern had to walk through the guard shacks manned by Securitas personal, Michelle Ahern would have been on the very same surveillance tapes that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams mentioned in his interviewed.  Michelle Ahern walked through the guard shacks which Securitas guards worked at with boxes of prescription drugs.  If they did an investigation how did Michelle Ahern behavior go unnoticed.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

 

In Section II – Sentence 1

Securitas stated, Brett Deveau has not been discriminated against in any unlawful matter.”

I disagree with this the person that ran her mouth about it was of the opposite sex as me.  Securitas also did not interview 1 person as the same rank as me that I worked with from August to October of 2004.  The three people that signed interviews that I worked with were all supervisors.  I was the only Security Guard to be allegedly interviewed from August to October of 2004.

I would like to argue while I worked during the week Monday to Friday, UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern was not stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA.  Michelle Ahern did not start stealing from UPS in Chelmsford until I switched to a weekend shift.  I would like to argue I was the only Securitas employee that did their job and searched UPS employees so I therefore was discriminated against.

 

In Section II – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau did report during an investigation interview complaint of inappropriate behavior by his supervisor.”

I am curious what was the alleged investigation Securitas was doing.  The Alice Schofield interview does not match the Alice Schofield Incident Report she signed 1 day after her interview.  I was not even named in the Incident Report Alice Schofield signed.

Section II – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The complaint was thoroughly investigated; letters advising the results of the investigation were sent to the appropriate parties and Mr. Deveau’s immediate supervisor was appropriately reprimanded.”

I do not understand how any complaint I did to Securitas was thoroughly investigation.  Securitas did not interview 1 Security Guard I normally worked with, Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, Securitas did not reference 1 Incident report, Securitas did not reference 1 surveillance tape., Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee.

You really expect me to believe they investigated the work environment at UPS in Chelmsford, MA, when Michelle Ahern stole probably close to $250,000 worth of prescription drugs she got through the guard shacks manned by Securitas employees.  Michelle Ahern would have been on as many as 9 different surveillance cameras going through the guard shacks.

In Section II – Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau was reprimanded also reprimanded for inappropriate conversations.”

If that statement was true that I had inappropriate conversations why didn’t Shift Supervisor Schofield, UPS Site Supervisor Adams, or Securitas Operations Manager Taveras write me up.  All 3 of them outranked me and could have fired me.  Securitas wrote me up because I complained about one of their precious supervisors.

In Section II – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “Respondent also accommodated Mr. Deveau’s request to be moved to a different shift.”

I agree I did get a shift change after I complained.  I was working during the week Mon – Fri on the Alice Schofield shift.   The interview with my name on it is 100%, I was not working happily on the weekends at the time and date on that interview.  So there is no way I could have had all those made up conversations Securitas said I had with UPS Site Supervisor Adams.  Securitas said I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams in early October on a Sunday morning.  During that time I was on the Alice Schofield shift, as it is clearly stated here, I was not awarded a shift change until I complained.

In Section III – Company Background

What Securitas submitted in this section is partial true.  I am not going to argue they lied but they did not tell the whole truth.  Comparing this background to the background section on their website it does not match.   There is no mention of Securitas AB in their background.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He received a 5% pay increase on May 7, 2004.”

That is false I received a 2.5% raise, my pay went from $10/hour to $10.25/hour

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “On October 25, 2004, during an investigation interview Mr. Deveau advised the interviewer that his immediate supervisor, was telling his fellow employees about the embarrassing incident.”

Now, Securitas stated, I was awarded a shift change after I complained, the October 25, 2004.  With that date there is no way I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams since I was still working during the week, and was not awarded a shift change at that point.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “An investigation outcome letter is sent to all the pertinent parties with appropriate warnings.”

The incident report dated October 19, 2004, states William Adams and Joshua Lindeman had a very inappropriate conversation about Alice Schofield, Joshua Lindeman was never reprimanded.  According to the William Adams interview Securtias Operations Manager Raul Taveras drilled me with questions about my personal life he was never reprimanded.

In Section V – Policies and Procedures

Unlike Sherry K. Pinchak, Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description.

Securitas picks and chooses when to follow their legendary policies, in the Job dsescrtiption handed in by Sherry K. Pinchak.  She speaks of writing reports, no daily activity reports, incident reports, or surveillance tapes where ever handed in involving anything I reported to Securitas.

In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle worked at the very same UPS in Chelmsford Securitas guards had a contract for.  Michelle walked out of that facility with possible 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs over a period of 19 months November 2004 to June 2006, Securitas did not follow their own policies and search her bags or person or Michelle would not have been able to discard the boxes on Brick Kiln Road on her drive home from UPS.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau complaint of sexual discrimination is inaccurate.  The respondent never discriminated against Mr. Deveau.  Mr. Deveau advised Respondent during an investigation interview that his immediate supervisor was sexual harassing him by telling fellow employees of an embarrassing incident that had occurred.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me until I was introduced to Joshua Lindeman several months after the ladder fell.

What was Securitas investigating?

At the time and date on the interview with my name on it, I was not happily working weekends, as Securitas admits in this complaint I was not awarded a shift change until after I complained.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “The complaint was included in the ongoing investigation and found to be true.  All pertinent parties were advised of the results of the investigation; each was counseled on proper behavior in the workplace and the contents of the Respondent’s sexual harassment policy.  Disciplinary warnings were given to offending participants, including Mr. Deveau. As policy guidelines had been followed, the complaint was closed.”

Again if Securitas wants to say I was awarded a shift change after I complained on October 25, 2004, then I was not working with the weekends with William Adams.  I worked on the Alice Schofield shift which was Mon-Fri. The interview with my name on it could not have occurred.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 1 

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau never discussed his concerns about sexual harassment he felt he was experiencing until he was being interviewed regarding another investigation.”

What was this alleged investigation?

How can Securitas say I never discussed it, both UPS Site Supervisor Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said I was so mad I was going to take people to court.

Again, if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then I could not have been working weekends with William Adams in early October.  I was not awarded a shift change until several weeks later

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 2 and 3

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau has several means of reporting concerns of harassment including advising his next level of supervisor, advising the Branch Manager, advising Human resources, and/or contacting the AlertLine communication device.  Mr. Deveau chose not to utilize any of these mechanisms.”

If you read the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras interviews both of them state I was so made I was considering taking people to court.  UPS Site Supervisor Adams was my next level of Supervisor, and Raul Taveras was his supervisor.  So that statement is false.  Also did Securitas not say I told Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan in their made up interview they swear by with the October 25, 2004 date on it.

Does Securitas want to explain where Kevin Phelan was in my chain of command?

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “As soon as Mr. Deveau reported the incidents during the investigation interview Respondent took immediate action.”
Again if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then that interview is false I could not have been working weekends with William Adams since I was not awarded a shift change until after this investigative interview.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “It interviewed the appropriate parties, gathering facts and determining results.”

With no surveillance tapes, no daily activity reports, no incident reports, none of the normal people I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift even interview, no UPS employees interviewed that statement Securitas made is false.

If you look at Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern you know UPS in Chelmsford is recorded.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “All pertinent parties were advised of the results; appropriate disciplinary actions were initiated and they were counseled on appropriate behavior in the work place.”

Securitas wrote up everyone that complained to their office, I do not know how that is legal

The term I find hard to swallow is “appropriate disciplinary actions”

Who did I have any inappropriate conversations with?  I did not work weekends with William Adams until after I was awarded a shift change before that I worked on the Alice Schofield shift, and no one that I normally worked with said anything about conversations I had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 7

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau and his immediate supervisor were assigned to different shifts.”

The date on the interview with my name on it is October 25, 2004.  According to this statement I was working the Alice Schofield shift.  So I was not working with William Adams.  Securitas lied their asses off about the imaginary conversation myself and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 8

Securitas stated, “This is a frivolous complaint needlessly filed after the fact.”

I complained to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on November 9, 2004, because Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan wrote me up for complaining about Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield in my opinion.  I did bring with me to MCAD the outcome letter I received and the counseling and corrective action report I got on the same day.  MCAD wanted some background information.  That would be retaliation.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 9,

Securitas stated, ”Respondent properly handled this complaint and appropriate action and counseling were meted out to the appropriate parties.”

How did Securitas handle this complaint appropriately?  They lied their asses off about doing any sort of investigation they wrote me up because they fucking felt like it.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 10 and 11,

Those two sentences are the opinion of Securitas

 

Securitas Exhibits in their legal response in MCAD docket Number 04BEM03042

I would like to look at the interviews they submitted first.  The first one in the numerical order they submitted is Alice Schofield interview.

The first question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks: “Who told you that Bill Adams had made statements pertaining to you?”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield’s answer, “ Josh Lindeman told me that Bill said things like “she’s the biggest bitch I’ve ever worked for.  She would write you up for having a moustache; she writes people up for no reason.”

Securitas did not produce 1 document to support where that question came from.  You see life happens in a time order, the date on this interview is October 25, 2004.  Now Alice Schofield did indeed write an incident report about it, but it was not signed until October 26, 2004 which is the day after this interview.

Also if Alice Schofield would write summon up for having a moustache she would only be following UPS well documented personal appearance policy.

Securitas also never submitted anything about Alice writing people up.  That would have had some insight about my work environment

The second question and answer in the interview and the first question and answer on the second page in the Alice Schofield is

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you had any issues with Bill before?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’ve written Bill up before.  Back in March when he was working on one of the trucks we were being audited and I told him he needed to get down while the truck was running.  He called me every name in the book in front of 7 trucks and three other guard (John Clark was one).”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you feel uncomfortable working with him?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’m a professional and will do my job, but I don’t want to have anything to do with him that is not work related.  He must have gotten the hint from Raul because he didn’t say anything to me last night.  One more thing: back in March, I heard he told Raul that “I stayed outside all night so that I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Alice Schofield cited 7 UPS truck drivers as witnesses, and three other guards about something that happened to her back in March.

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports about it, incident reports, or even look for any surveillance tapes.  They only questioned 1 person about that exact quote.  The only person Raul Taveras and when Raul Taveras was asked about it still makes no sense to me.

 

The fourth bold statement in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Go on about what you heard Bill say.”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield response, “On Josh Lindeman’s first night of training, he heard all this negative stuff about the supervisor (meaning her). He expected some “mean ogre” to be there after hearing what bill had to say.  Bill also told him I had sexual intercourse with other guards on my shift.  I found out just recently that Brett Deveau was mentioned as one of those guards.”
During the telling of Securitas story using an exact first and last name is a rarity.

Now if you want to believe this interview, why was I not even named in an Incident report Supervisor Schofield signed the day after this interview.  Supervisor Schofield even used the “mean ogre” comment in both.

Supervisor Schofield probably called Josh Lindeman a dozen times a week, so how could Josh Lindeman be expecting a mean ogre.  Also Josh Lindeman and Alice Schofield had a prior work history as discussed in the Raul Taveras interview, and Josh Lindeman interview they worked together at the United States Postal Service.  Why did Alice not tell Kevin Phelan about this work history?

 

The next question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened after you wrote Bill up?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “Bill told me I walked in Sunday night (11:55) that the report was laughed out of the Lowell office; that I had no right to write him up because they’re both supervisors.  I was going to get a written warning myself for this.  I ignored him because I know his temper even though he said it three more times.  His comment when I was going out the door was that he said Brett told him that he had slept with me and that Brett was going to take me civil court.”

I have several problems trying to believe this answer.

  1.  Supervisor Alice Schofield tells Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan at his Lowell Office, that the report Alice Schofield wrote got laughed out of this very office, and it did not provoke a response from the person doing the interview.
  2. Who did Supervisor Schofield think was going to write up her up?
  3. Supervisor Schofield hammers home that point, that I was running my mouth about having sex with her, but yet I did not even get an honorable mention on an incident report she signed the day after this interview.

The Amended question in the Alice Schofield interview last question page 2

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you talk about sex and sex toys while at work?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “No, I don’t.”

According to the Securitas time order, just when was that questioned asked?  This question will also be discussed in privacy law violations.

The first Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any issues with any of your fellow employees at the UPS Site?”

Securitas made up answer, “I requested not to work with Alice anymore.  She’s been sexual harassing me since the middle of August.  My pants got caught in ladder and fell down and she’s made jokes ever since.    She just told Josh (Lindeman) last Tuesday.  I told Raul that if he didn’t remove me from her schedule I’d file a complaint.  He did that and I’m happy with the resolution.  I work 32 hours on the weekends and am happy with that.”

I have several problems with this answer compared to Securitas response statement.

  1.  Securitas said in their response statement written by Laura A. Wilson I was not awarded a shift change until after this made up interview, so there is no way I could be happily working 32 hours on the weekends.
  2. Securitas says I told Securitas Operation Manager Raul Taveras and he put me on the weekends, Raul Taveras was 2 supervisors over me.  That would follow their chain of command they said I did not follow.
  3. Securitas couldhave submitted daily activity reports, to support this made up answer and they did not.
  4. Joshua Lindeman signed the incident report stating 10/19/04 was his first night here, the date on this interview is 6 days after that.  There is no way I was happily working 32 hours on the weekends.

The second Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you tell anyone you feel you were being sexual harassed?”

The made up answer, “Yes, my account manager.  I asked to be taken off her shift and that if I didn’t I was going to file a lawsuit against him.”

Look individual people are to fucking poor generally for me to want to sue.  Really I didn’t talk about Raul Taveras legendary business if I was that mad at Raul talking to someone else.

The fourth Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you work with Bill Adams as your supervisor?”

Securitas made up answer, “I work with him on weekends.”

Look as Securitas argued I was not awarded a shift change until after the date of this made up interview, so I was not working with Bill on the weekends.  Alice Schofield shift was Mon-Fri she owned her own business and was a single mother.

The fifth and sixth question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever heard him using inappropriate language?”
The made up answer, “no.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Ever him swear at anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Never”

Look I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, William Adams and Alice Schofield waged a political campaign over Raul Taveras job.  Raul said if his business takes off he would step down.  Those two thought they were the only 2 qualified they fought constantly.

The seventh question and answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “have you ever heard hin be abusive to anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Like Alice, he can joke with people.   He has apologized if he’s offended me.  He once made a joke about my hair, but stopped after that one time and apologized.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams before the time dated on this interview.  I worked the Alice Schofield shift.

The 8 and 9 question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever tell Bill you slept with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “I never slept with her.”

For the one and only time Securitas wants you to believe they now asked for clarity

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan, “That was not my question.  Your person life is your own business.  Did you ever tell him that you slept with her?”

Securitas made up answer, “No, I didn’t.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield shift.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams started as a part time employee collecting 100% disability, I worked at the IRS in addition to Securitas, I also attended UML.

So when are me and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams going to have all these magical conversations.

 

The first made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “You told Alice that you were thinking of taking Raul to civil court because he’s the account manager.  What was the issue with that?”

Securitas made up answer, “I was going to see what charges I could file against Raul.  I complained to him about Alice’s behavior.  If he didn’t move me, I was going to press charges.  He put me on weekends and I’m fine.  If he hadn’t done anything about it he would have to the Attorney General.”

Look I tried reporting Raul Taveras for billing UPS for hundreds if not thousands of hours he did not work while he worked at his own business, I tried to report that Raul Taveras was one of Eddie Maldendo better customers.  As this office has the power to do, please look through the emails I sent the FBI.

So yeah, there is some truth in that.

But you want to believe I said that to an HR Manager and he didn’t even ask a follow up question.

The second made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “Yes.  She wrote me up for not showing up for a shift I wasn’t scheduled for on 10/21.  Raul called me back and I came in for him.  He apologized for that.”

Nice rich answer her, were the write up?

The third made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues?”

Securitas made up answer, “I’ve seen a lot of illegal activity at the site.  I’ve seen Raul work a triple shift before.  One time he worked 28 straight hours.  Another problem with Alice is that before last week, she hadn’t written up a white person.  (Clark late four times no write up). Amid gets written up for being late once.”

Yes, I have seen a lot of illegal activity.  Eddie Maldendo buying and selling stolen goods, Juan DeLeon buying and selling drugs, I recently learned about Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern who was at least in and out of court for stealing IWP deliveries. As for Raul Taveras he would pencil himself in for shifts guards blew off, that why he would be scheduled for 28 straight hours.

Also if I dropped the names john Clark and Amid why wasn’t either interviewed.

The last made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Is there anything else you’d like to add?”

Securitas made up answer, “Raul would have been condoning sexual harassment. I have 30-40 witnesses of that.  She told everyone the story of my pants coming off.”

I probably had 30 or so Securitas coworkers at the UPS client site

 

Securitas wants you to believe this interview happened.  It is not signed.  My counseling and corrective action report is clearly signed.

MCAD allowed Securitas almost 56 days to create this story, they typed up this interview after I field my claim.

The counseling and corrective action report I signed was signed 10 days after this made up interview.  I signed the Counseling and Corrective Action report on November 4, 2004.  That bullshit interview was 10/25/04.

 

Next I would like to look at the William Adams interview

The First Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have conversations about Alice Schofield’s personal life?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “I did have one with Brett about three weeks ago.  It was in front of one or two other guards, but I can’t remember who is was with, Not sure of the date, but I think it was a Sunday morning.”

Securitas could have referenced work schedules to know the people who UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was referring to.  Securitas could have referenced Daily Activity reports.

Securitas probably made up this interview at their US Corporate Headquarters.

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams on weekends until I was awarded a shift change.  Three weeks before this date is October 5, 2004, at that point in time I was not awarded my shift change.

Securitas also had full knowledge of Joshua Lindeman first night were UPS Site Supervisor William Adams went off for probably hours about Alice Schofield.

The Second Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What was the conversation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett was saying how he was in love with Alice but because she had issues he may not be able to see her anymore.  That’s when I said, “You did have sex with her, right?” When it got around to her (three weeks later), she wrote me up.”

Really you want me to believe he does not remember the date or who was there.  But he remembers the exact conversation.  Bullshit.

Securitas had the ability to look at daily activity reports and schedules to see who was there.

Now if Alice wrote Bill Adams up where is it?

And when would that have been.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said 3 weeks ago he had a conversation with me, and three weeks later when Alice Schofield got wind of it she wrote Up UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.  Was that what Alice Schofield said William said got laughed out of the Lowell Office?

Again the lack of questions helps shows Securitas made up this whole damn thing.

The Third Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever called her a “bitch” or a bull dike?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “No. And since I heard that she had sex with the guys, why would I call her that?”

Where did this question come from?

No one in the interview process uses the term “bull dike” until the Joshua Lindeman interview which was done the day after the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview.

The fifth Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have an issue with her back in March?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “ Yes.  She followed me up a ladder and it was very unsafe.  I got mad and said a couple of swears, I apologized the next day.”

Now if you wish to believe the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield interview, she said UPS Site Supervisor William Adams told Securitas Operations Managaer Raul Taveras, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned about that exact phrase but UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was not

The seventh Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever refer to her as a bitch or tell anyone she writes everyone up for everything?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “I didn’t refer to her as a bitch but I did say she was a control freak.  She does write everyone up.  She sees a squirrel and writes it down.”

Now if Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did indeed write everyone up for everything, why didn’t Securitas submit those to MCAD.  It could have shown hostile work environment.

The first Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Sunday night?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “She tried to write me up and I told her that she couldn’t because I’m a supervisor just as she is. I told her Raul would explain the rest of it to her.”

This does not match what Alice Schofield said about according to her, it was laughed out of the Lowell Office.

Is this a question off of the second question and answer in the Alice Schofield interview?

The third Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett tell you he’d had sexual intercourse with Alice?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “He came to pick up his check this past Friday and that’s when he admitted to Raul with me present that he had sex with Alice.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras gave a different story of this past Friday

Also on Friday I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I had no reason to come back there to get my check.

The Securitas pay week was wed-tues or something they were to cheap to pay over time for weekends.

The fifth Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Can you shed any light on the Brett pants situation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett doesn’t wear any underwear under his pant, She embarrassed him in front of Linderman on his first day.  Alice was psyched to see him, Brett saw her say hi and she turned to Josh and said, “this is Brett, he liked to get naked in the feeder lanes.” “Lindeman was siting on the counter and Alice was in between his legs hugging him when Brett came in the door.”

No one else said Alice Schofield was between Josh Lindeman’s legs.  Josh did say Alice made an unusual request for him at work.  Nor did Securitas question anyone about Alice Schofield’s position.

The fact that someone I didn’t even work with had this level of detail is just remarkable

The First Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Friday when Brett Deveau came in on Friday to pick up his check?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answers, “He and Bill were going outside on Bill’s requested.  I told them I needed to listen to the conversation.  Bill asked, “Do you remember that day when we were talking and it came up in conversation that you said that ‘I love her?’ Well, didn’t you say you had sex with her?” Brett answered yes.”

Problems I have with this

  1. It differs from what UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said happened in his interview.
  2. Really, I went to UML, I worked for Securitas.  Raul Taveras owned his own business and William Adams collected 100% disability when he originally started for Securitas.
  3. I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Alice Schofield shift.
  4. The contract was for 700 guard hours per week, their would have been at least 2 other Securitas employees that would have witnessed this conversation.

 

The Second Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have any conversations with Alice about her relationship with Brett?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “She said that story’s all a lie and she can prove it with her own family doctor.  Brett was helping her at the house, cleaning up the bird cages she has for her business.  She was getting volunteers off the internet, and Brett volunteered to help.  They were friendly, and then one day it just stopped. He jokes around normally, but lately its been all business with her.”

I have several problems with that answer.

  1. Who the fuck talks that way?  What could her family Doctor possible prove?
  2. There where no phone calls between myself and Alice Schofield since around August 12, 2004, no calls to baby sit, no calls to pick something up at the store, no booty calls.
  3. I never ran into any volunteers off the internet, she was a single mother.  I have a hard time buying she did that.
  4. Raul was aware she was running her mouth about the pants incident for months at least until Josh Lindeman started and he could not figure it out.

 The fourth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ask to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No. He asked me to move him to a weekend schedule.  He never told me why.  But after Lindeman came along, they clashed.  That’s when all the crazyness started.  He said that he did not want to work with him.  I had him work the rest of the week and then he never had to work with him again.”
Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield worked Mon to Fri she had a kid and did not work weekends, how is asking for a weekend schedule not asking to get moved from her schedule?

Again he knows Alice Schofield was running her mouth for months about what happened to me.

The fifth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Why didn’t he want to work with Josh?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Brett said he didn’t want to work with Lindeman because he was playing with a Gameboy on their first day together.  Also, because he takes half hour bathroom breaks.”

This answer does not match when Josh Lindeman said he whipped out his Gameboy

UPS does upto 600 trucks between 10 pm to 2AM.  UPS in Chelmsford moves 325,000 parcels into and out of that facility between 11 PM to 7 AM.  Josh Lindeman barricaded himself in the bathroom for 60 to 75 minutes to start every shift I worked with him.  30 minutes would have been a god send.

First question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett ask you specifically that he did not to work with Alice?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “A week or two before Lindeman came, he said he didn’t want to work that shift anymore.  He never gave me a reason why.  His mood changed, and he said he wanted to work on weekends.”

 

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras now if I told Raul Taveras I did not want to work with Alice, how can he say I never asked to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?

Third question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ever threaten to take you to court?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Not me, Securitas, yes. Alice, Yes.”

Raul Taveras wants you to believe I threatened to take people to court but I never told him why I didn’t want to work with Alice Schofield.

Sixth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Anything else you want to tell me?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “There’s been worse that’s happened than someone playing with a Gameboy.  Chris was reading a book at the time, Brett was leaning against the wall.  There was no trucks.  I think it was jealously or something.”

First off when was this?

Why wasn’t Chris interviewed?

Who is Chris?

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield spent her night reading romance novels and calling Josh Lindeman before he started.

Seventh and eighth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you there the first time Josh came to the sight?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No, but I heard that they hugged and were happy to see each other.  They worked together at the Post office.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Who told you they hugged when they saw each other?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “basically everyone on the shift.  Alice is pretty professional, so when they saw that they thought it was kind of strange.”

The only person that said they hugged was UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan investigation was so through he couldn’t even look at the schedule from the week before.

Ninth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you remember Bill saying he “stayed outside so he wouldn’t kill the bitch?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “I remember him saying he stayed outside, but I don’t remember the other part.”

You want me to believe Raul Taveras has the ability to answer this question without a last name or a time reference.

The Guard contract was for 700 hours a week, and there is over ten thousand UPS employees that work at UPS in Chelmsford or out of there.

At no other point in the interview was Raul Taveras asked 1 question about UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

First Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard Bill Adams make unprofessional remarks about Alice Schofield?”

Joshua Lindeman gives a long winded answer.  He probably read the Incident Report him and Alice Schofield signed the day before.

No where in the incident report or Joshua Lindeman answer did he say my name, so how did Alice Schofield drop my name?

Second Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened when you first saw Alice?”

Securitas Security Guard Floater Joshua Lindeman answer,” When I finally saw Alice, we were happy to see each other as we worked together at the USPS.  I told her about my conversation with Bill.  When Raul showed up, she told him what I told her about my conversation with Bill.”

Supervisor Alice Schofield did not talk about this conversation in her interview.  Why wouldn’t Joshua Lindeman tell Raul Taveras himself?  There was an 8 hour time lapse between when UPS Site Supervisor William Adams left and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras arrived.  There is no mention about Alice Schofield being in between Josh Lindeman legs hugging him that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said occurred.

Third Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you playing a gameboy?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “Yes. My second day, because I realized there was dead time during the end of the shift.  I never played it when trucks were there.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said he whipped his Gameboy out on 1st day.

fourth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard any other rumors about sexual relations at the facility?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “No. Only when Bill made reference to Alice and the employee that she had tagged.”

Where did Alice Schofield get my name in her interview?  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said in his interview he had a conversation with me about 3 weeks ago, then later on when it got back to her 3 weeks later he wrote him up.  Why doesn’t Josh have any recollection of that?

fifth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you witnessed Alice yelling at other employees?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answered, “Not really.  She doesn’t raise her tone, but she does tell us to do things that I’m not used to.  We’ve had conversations that have risen, but not yelling.  Just getting into the conversations.”

What did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ask Josh Lindeman to do that he’s not used to?

By this point he was at UPS in Chelmsford 8 days.

Joshua Lindeman did not say anywhere in his interview he called Alice Schofield.  I strongly believe the two of them had a relationship on some level.  The government can look up phone history then compare it to all the underlined points Securitas made in their exhibits.

Alice Schofield’s outcome letter

With all the outcome letters some sections where definitely copy paste.

I would like to look at the first paragraph of Alice Schofield outcome letter

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 3rd paragraph of the Alice Schofield outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

My Outcome Letter – first paragraph

 

Securitas HR Kevin Phelan stated, “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by Alice Schofield.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 Incident report 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 4rd paragraph of my outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras did not even agree on the magical Friday I came in to pick up my check

I would now like to look at the William Adams Outcome letter 1st paragraph

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Where in the William Adams interview, did William report anything related to Inappropriate conversations.

He said he was scared shit of G. Yepez and they never even interviewed G. Yepez.

I am not saying he didn’t get question on, but actually reported it.

I would know like to look at the Employment Standards acknowledgment

Securitas took the time to underline 3 points.

  1. “I agree to cooperate with the Company and its clients in any investigation requested by Securitas. I will voluntarily participate in any investigation, interview or any other test or procedure requested by management.”

I was interviewed by Securitas, I am not going to deny that.  About 2 weeks after MCAD Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras asked if I would go down to HR and answer questions about Alice Schofield.  I told him everything I had to say I told MCAD.  With an open legal argument I was content in collecting unemployment if they fired me.

  1. “Securitas’ policy prohibits romantic, sexual relationships, or any other relationship which creates a potential conflict of interest, discord, or distraction that interfere with workplace productivity.”

Throughout the Securitas story they tried to argue I was in a relationship with Alice, expressing my undying love for her and going off about the legendary sex.  Look I was not even calling Alice Schofield but you know who was? Josh Lindeman.  Really Josh Lindeman gets strattled by Alice Schofield and hugged by Alice Schofield which both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras says occurred.  That someone does not violate this section, bull shit.

  1. “I agree to conduct myself in a professional manner at all times. Profanity, facially or sexually charged or explicit jokes or language, or any form of violence or threat of violence while on post or while employed will not be tolerated.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams called G. Yepez “a piece of shit” Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield agreed with him.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned on the following phrase, “Bill Adams said he worked outside all night so he wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  How does that not violate this section.

I would now like to look at their policy Against harassment and discrimination

How did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield behavior not violate?

-“Verbal harassment of a sexual nature, lewd comment, sexual jokes or references, or offensive personal references”

-“Demeaning, insulting, intimidating or sexual suggestive comments about an individual’s personal appearance”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ran her mouth about what happened to me for 2 months and that is what they admitted to.

Next I would like to look at Discipline and termination guidelines.

Securitas underlined two points 2, and 20

  1. “Illegal discrimination or harassment”.

According to their own policy they should have fired her on the spot.

  1. “Willful or repeated violation of Company code of business ethics, it is sexual harassment policy or other forms of unlawful discrimination.”

My immediate supervisor made fun about what happened to me, she was a member of the opposite sex.  She should have been fired on the spot.

 

Job Description questions

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Sherry K Pinchak did submit in 06BEM01793

I would like to argue since Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description that Laura A Wilson committed fraud.

My Securitas coworkers did not preform their job descriptions while I was there, this could have caused a hostile work environment for me.  After all Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield got made fun of for trying to follow policy in her opinion. After all it was clearly stated that Alice Schofield would write everything up.

Under Essential Functions I would like to quote the following

Point 1.,“Controls access to client facility through the admittance process, assists visitors with a legimate need to gain entry to the facility, screens visitors and client employees in an efficient manner in order to expedite thei admittance to the facility.”

.Point 4, “Monitors entrances and exits, prevents unapproved or unlawful entry, controls entrances, the movement of people and vechicles, and parking, operates a gate and examines vehicle contents; monitors remote entrances using closed circuit television; operates remote access devices; in a calim manner directs person who cause a disturbance to leave the property.”

Point 7. “Prepares logs or reports as required for site; writes or types reports or enters information in a computer using standard grammer; inspects security control logs and takes action as required.”

Point 8. “observes and reports incidents or suspicious activity to client representatives , company management, life/safety personal or public safety authorities as appropriate for the circumstances and/or as required by the site.”

Point 10. “Acts to ensure that all property removal is conducted within appropriate policy requirements and in accord with client standards, identifies client products or materials among items carried by client employees or visitors.”

Now looking at those 4 points, Securitas guards did not do their job during the week.  Michelle Ahern walked out with about a dozen or two dozens boxes of prescription drugs from IWP.  Michelle Ahern stole from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, from November 04 to June 06.  If the Securitas did their job she would have never been able to do that.

Securitas guards I worked with violated multiple points of the basic job descrtiption.  It might help explain why Securitas Senior employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a copy of the job description.

Michelle Ahern did not start stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, until I switched to a weekend shift.  UPS does not offer package handling shifts on the weekends.

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 06BEM01793

The following is the second paragraph of an introduction under Dear. Ms. Hope:

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge. This information is produced solely in response to this charge and is not to be used for any other matter”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or even interview all the Securitas employees that where there on July 24, 2006.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 1 Sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There was no discrimination based on retaliation or for any other unlawful reason.”

The Securitas guards assigned at the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford, MA.  Did not do their day to day job description functions as assigned by their own job description.  I was targeted by Raul Taveras when he saw me.  In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle confessed to throwing away IWP boxes on her ride home from work.  In order to get from the UPS main package handling facility to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks that Securitas guards where assigned to.  Since Michelle Ahern stole close to $100,000 worth of prescription drugs Securitas guards did not even search people that passed through the guard shack.

Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from UPS in Chelmsford MA from November 2004 to June 2006, the time period of the alleged MCAD investigation was from November 2004 to May 2006.

Note: The Michelle Ahern story I read in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it was written by Lowell Sun court reporter Lisa Redmond.  I tried contacting Lisa she was unavailable for comment.

If there was no discrimination why was I targeted by Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras during a UPS open house.

Section I Summary of employer’s Position Paragraph I last two sentences

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s employment with the Company was not terminated.  Claimant quit his employment with the Company in August of 2005.”

From the Police Report dated July 24, 2006, at 407 PM, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told the responding police officers, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Granted I do agree with what Securitas wrote with these 2 sentences, but it does not match what Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told responding police officers.  According to MGL Chapter 268 Section I, I do not have to prove which statement is false just that both cannot be true.

Also I was not working for Securitas at the time of the complaint, so Summary of employer position is also false.  I was collecting unemployment in July of 2006.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 1

Securitas states, “At the end of July 2006, Claimant was found trespassing on the UPS client site and taking unauthorized pictures of the grounds.”

The responding Police Officer never questioned me about trespassing.  No surveillance tapes where ever handed over to the police or MCAD.  If I was trespassing why didn’t Securitas just hand over the tapes.

According to the Lisa Redmond court report in the Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern case, the Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff had UPS surveillance tapes in that case from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford Ma.  According to the Lisa Redmond article Michelle Ahern was caught on tape.

Despite UPS being recorded Securitas made no attempt to hand over those surveillance tapes.

On July 24, 2006, around 4PM, I attended a UPS open house.  By attending a UPS open house during the time period UPS posted in the Lowell Sun, Sunday July 23, 2006, I was invited to UPS and was not trespassing.

I was collecting unemployment from the commonwealth of Massachusetts attending an open house for a business that was hiring.

There is no mention of the open house UPS was having in July 2006 anywhere in the response statement written by Sherry K Pinchak.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “When Claimant refused to leave, the security officers on duty did their job, and called the police.”
I disagree, I left when Security Officer Raymond Woodman asked me to, or I would have been there when responding police officers arrived.

On June 16, 2015, responding police officers from several towns arrived at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

So it is possible the Billerica Police could have responded sooner.

If I did not leave when asked I would have been there when police arrived.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “While he alleges discrimination based on retaliation for filing a previous MCAD claim, his claims have no merit.”

Look Securitas called the police on me during a UPS open house.  I really doubt I was the only non UPS employee there that day.

Securitas did not submit any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, to support their made up story.  Securitas did not even submit a copy of the responding police officer’s report which they could have got for $1.

Securitas never told MCAD or the responding police officers, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was indeed my former supervisor. Raul Taveras was my listed supervisor on my counseling and corrective actions report that was handed in by Securitas in my previous MCAD complaint.

I knew 5 out of the 7 people Securitas used in their story, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor, arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt was a Security Guard when I worked with him, Security Guard Ray Woodman was also a coworker of mine when I worked there.  Securitas also quoted Lost Prevention Supervisors Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga who both worked for UPS when I was a guard at UPS.  Also in the Ray Woodman interview Ray speaks of me yelling at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Would those 5 people have acted that way according to Securitas if I did not know them?

Section II Company Background

Look I did some research before ever filing 1 legal action at the United States District Courts.  The company background section does not match the history section posted on their web site which is http://www.securitas.com/us/en/.

There is no mention of Securitas AB anywhere within what they submitted to MCAD in either claim.

It is not what they said is false, it is what they said is a partial truth which is a false statement.

I attached some screen shots I took of that website I am submitting with this complaint.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 1 sentences 2 and 3

Securitas states, In May 2004, Claimant received 5% salary increase.  Clearly, there was no discrimination.”

Why did they add that last sentence, would the second sentence not have been enough?

First off the raise I got was 2.5% not 5%, if it was 5% that would be more true.  My pay went from $10/hour to $10.25 an hour.

Securitas Guard Eddie Maldendo and his customers all got a raise to at least $10.50/hour

I tried arguing how much crime occurred at UPS in Chelmsford MA, while I was there see Brett Deveau v. Chelmsford Police Department, and Brett Deveau v. Michael J. Sullivan, United States District Attorney, Boston District.  Both were filed at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse, United States District Courts.

Thanks to the Lowell Sun, court reporter Lisa Redmond, I can now add, Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.

The only way Michelle Ahern, walked through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at with boxes of prescription drugs is if Securitas guards did not do their jobs at all, or some of them got a cut to look the other way.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “In October 2004, a ladder fell from a truck accidentally tearing Claimant’s pants off leaving Claimant naked from the waist down.  He alleged that other employees made light of this and alleged this to be sexual harassment.”

First off, in the first MCAD complaint Securitas stated in their response it happened in August of 2004.

Secondly, I handed MCAD a copy of my outcome letter when I filed my first MCAD complaint, in Securitas response in my first MCAD complaint Securitas also handed MCAD an outcome letter of their investigation.  So, I didn’t have to allege shit.  It was a fact that other people made fun of me.

Thirdly, no where in Securitas first response to MCAD did they say I was naked from the waist down.

Fourthly, Julian Oliveras had full knowledge of what happened to me in the feeder lanes and I never worked with him.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 4

Securitas stated, “On December 3, 2004, Claimant filed a claim of sexual harassment with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination  which was dismissed in May 2006.”

I filed my first MCAD complaint on November 9, 2004.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 5

Securitas stated, “:In August 2005, Claimant quit his employment with the Company.”

I do not disagree with that statement, but it does not match what they told responding police officers on July 24, 2006 at 407 PM, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher stated, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Why did they not tell that to responding police officers?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 1

Securitas stated, “Around July 24, 2006, at 4:00 PM, Claimant was seen taking pictures of and walking around the grounds of the UPS client site.”

First off, it was on July 24, 2006 around 4PM.  Secondly I was unemployed in July 2006, Securitas was not my employer.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He was an unauthorized visitor.”

I do not understand how someone collecting unemployment, showing up within the time period of a company hiring during an open house, is an unauthorized visitor.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “Claimant had never mentioned to the security officers on duty that he was applying for a job at UPS.”

Really, if I never mentioned that to my former supervisor, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras how did he know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  The company I left Securitas for because I wanted out of there so bad was Target, from August of 2005 to October 2005 I worked the overnight sort at target in Nashua, NH, which I assume would be similar to unloading a truck for UPS.  Raul stated in his interview submitted with this made up story I got laid off from Benchmark Electronics.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 4

Securitas stated, “Of note, the UPS Human Resources Department is across the street and in a separate building that is not in view of the Company security officers.”

Look to the best of my knowledge that statement is true, but Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said in his interview I did not go near the Human Resources building.  MGL Ch. 268 Section 1, states I do not have to prove which statement is fraudulent.  That statement does not match their exhibits.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “In the beginning of august 2006, Claimant filed a complaint with the Company stating that the security personal on duty had allegedly prevented him from applying for work at UPS because they had knowledge of a previous claim of discrimination that was filed on December 3, 2004.”

I filed a claim at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006, I never filed a claim at their offices.  In August of 2006 they would have gotten my Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint in the mail.

Securitas admitted they called the police on me, so how does accusing me of trespassing not prevent me from applying for work?

Also my first claim was filed on November 9, 2004, not on December 3, 2004.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “Valerie Kerin, Human Resources Manager conducted a prompt and throughout investigation. No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.  The investigation showed the following:”

Valerie Kerin, did not use any daily activity reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not use any Incident Reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not reference any surveillance reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not get a copy of the police report in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview any UPS employees in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there in her investigation, in the Ray Woodman interview he speaks of arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt, which really must have pissed Ray off Steve was on probation when I worked with him, either way Steve Straitt was not interviewed.

Valerie Kerin did leave out, that Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor and Ray Woodman was a former coworker

Valerie Kerin legendary investigation was done by using only the memories of their employees.

Valerie Kerin did not interview Securitas employees Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera who were both named in the Ray Woodman interview.

The Securitas interviews where signed 17 days after they called the police on my ass.

I would like the argue that entire statement is fraudulent

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 4, 3rd and 4th sentence of that paragraph

Securitas stated, “There was no evidence that Claimant was job searching at UPS, when he was seen taking pictures of the UPS client site.  There was no evidence that Claimant was prevented from job seeking at UPS or that he was subjected to discriminatory treatment when he trespassed on UPS property.”

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes or police reports when creating there story.

If there was no evidence I was job seeking how did Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics.  The company I worked for right after Securitas was Target in Nashua, NH.

They freely accused me of trespassing during a UPS open house, how did that not prevent me from looking for work?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 5 does not match Paragraph 7

Paragraph 5 Securitas Stated, “Security Officer Julian Oliveras saw Claimant taking pictures. Security Officer Julian Oliveras was instructed by Account Manager Raul Taveras to inform Claimant that he could not take pictures without authorization and that he would need to leave the property.  Claimant then stated that, “if you do call the police, tell them how you saw my bare ass!” He stated that he would “sue the Company again for sexual harassment that the Company owns half of UPS, and he would sue for 20 million dollars”.”

Now if you compare that bullshit paragraph to what they typed 2 paragraphs later

Paragraph 7 Securitas stated, “Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that he saw Claimant walking towards the guard house taking pictures.  Claimant stated that he wanted to show the “public” what the Company did to him.  Account Manager Raul Taveras told Claimant that he was trespassing and that he did not have permission to take pictures.  Account Manager Raul Taveras admits to calling the police as Claimant emotional state was agitated.   Claimant was angry, and he was shaking and waving his hands in the air.  Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that Claimant had never mentioned applying or filing out an application for UPS.”

Now in paragraph 5, Securitas wants you to believe Account Manager Raul Taveras ordered Julian Oliveras and I would need to leave.  There is nothing about me walking towards the guard house or having a conversation with Raul Taveras.

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  Unless they can answer that, Securitas told a partial truth in their story which is fraud.
There is no mention about my anger or rage in the police report, or me waving my hands in the air.

If all that was true, why didn’t they submit any of the perfectly working surveillance tapes?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 6

Securitas stated, “Security Officer Raymond Woodman stated that he also observed Claimant taking pictures of the client site.  He stated that he saw the Claimant was excited and yelling.  Security Officer Raymond Woodman denies ever hearing the Claimant was filling out an application for UPS.”

Raymond Woodman stated I yelled at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Section V in their response

Look there is a lot of rich material in this section.

I was not a Securitas employee in July of 2006, the Alert line was not an option I had.

According to Securitas own policies, as they highlighted in their own exhibits.  It is against Securitas policy to discuss a Securitas matter with UPS.  With that I doubt Securitas had 1 conversation with anyone from UPS, including both phone conversations they said occurred.

I do not understand the relevance of this section, I was unemployed in July of 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 1.

The first non bold paragraph

Securitas states, “The Company denies knowledge that Claimant was on the UPS client site seeking employment. As discussed in more detail in Section IV, the UPS Human Resources Department is at another location.  Claimant was found on the UPS client site taking unauthorized pictures.  Of note, it is one function of the security officer to prevent unauthorized visitors on the client site.”

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Human Resources building is across the street from the guard shacks, UPS keeps a copy of the HR Building keys at the guard shacks.  There is very little if any package handling jobs at the UPS HR Building.  In order to get to the main package handling building you have to pass through the guard shacks.

Again, they want to say I did all this, they did not submit 1 surveillance tape.
Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 2.

Securitas stated, “Securitas did not prevent Claimant from filing out a UPS application.  The UPS Human resources department was across the street.”

Securitas called the police on my ass, according to them they had multiple phone conversations with UPS employees.  Now, if that was true how would I be not trespassing at UPS HR Building, and considered trespassing at UPS.

Securitas called the police on my ass, and prevented me.

I would like to argue point 2 is false.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 3.

Securitas stated, “Claimant is misrepresenting the facts.  As discussed in more detail in Section IV, Claimant was trespassing on private property.  He had no authorization to “get a feel for the environment”. UPS applicants go to the Human Resources Building located across the street, and do not wander around the client site taking unauthorized pictures.  It was only when Claimant became agitated and irrational, that the security officers on duty called the police.  They were just doing their job..”

Fun facts to show how much BS went into that paragraph.

  1.  In July of 2006, I was collecting unemployment for quitting Benchmark Electronics.  In December of 2005, Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas guard at Benchmark Electronics plowed the parking lots.  It is why I wanted to get a feel for the environment.
  2. UPS on July 24, 2006 was having an open house until 5PM, the Chelmsford Police arrived at 407 PM.
  3. If I was hired by UPS, I would have to pass through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at, at least twice per day.
  4. There was no mention of me being agitated and irrational anywhere in the police report.
  5. If there story was true why did they not just submit the surveillance tapes.  In the article in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it speaks of Michelle Ahern being caught on tape.  At the very same UPS I was at.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS was in June 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 4.

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation of sexual harassment (MCAD #04BEM0304) was dismissed.  The Company does not retaliate against applicants, employees or former employees who choose to file complaints, either through MCAD or internally through the Company.  Claimant’s complaint was investigated by Valerier Kerin, Human Resources Manager who conducted a prompt and throughout investigation in August of 2006 (see Exhibit 5- Investigative notes).  No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.”

Several problems I have with that paragraph

  1. After I filed my first MCAD complaint my work week went from 40 hours a week to 16 hours a week.
  2. Every single person I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift including Alice Schofield was no longer with Securitas less than 3 weeks after my scheduled MCAD conference.  Alice Schofield’s last day was March 3, 2005.
  3. I never complained to Securitas directly, on July 25,2006, I filed with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  4. Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, or police reports in their investigation.
  5. In the Securitas job description that was submitted as an exhibit, you can read about all the report writing their guards are required to do.
  6. Securitas did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there that day, or any UPS employees.
  7. The Securitas interviews are signed 17 days after they called the police on me.
  8. Securitas story of that day does not match the police report.

Securitas lied their asses off about ever doing an investigation.  The lack of material they with held is obstruction of justice.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 5

Securitas Stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation filed in December 2004 had nothing to do with the current actions of the three security officers that were on duty at the client site in July 2006.   There was no retaliation.   Claimant trespassed on client property and took unauthorized pictures of the client site.   He was asked to leave.  He did not.   He became agitated and irrational.  The security officers called the police.  The security guards statements indicated that they had no knowledge that Claimant was applying for a position with UPS.   The guards did not prevent Claimant from walking across the street to apply for a position at UPS.  They did do their job and prevented Claimant from trespassing on the UPS grounds.”

I have several complaints with that paragraph

  1. My previous complaint was filed on November 9, 2004, not in December 2004.
  2. I knew 2 out of 3 Security Guards that were interviewed and 3 out of 4 that were talked about.  Raul Taveras was the only member of Securitas interviewed in both complaints.  Because he was interviewed in both complaints it may have influenced his actions.
  3. It was my former supervisor Raul Taveras that called the police on me during a UPS open house.  They did not submit 1 surveillance tape, incident report, or daily activity report to support their made up story.
  4. I was attending a UPS open house on July 24, 2006, the police arrived at 407 PM, which is 53 minutes before the open house ended.
  5. If I was asked to leave and did not, I would have been there when police arrived, so they outright lied.
  6. There is no mention of my agitation and rage anywhere in the police report.
  7. The Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report there are several differences between the two.
  8. Now Securitas called the police on me and accused me of trespassing, according to their story Raymond Woodman and Raul Taveras both had phone conversations with UPS, you really expect me to believe if that occurred their UPS HR office would have held the doors open for me?
  9. If they had no knowledge of me looking for work, how did they know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?
  10. If they did their job they would have produced daily activity reports, incident reports and surveillance tapes, the joy of report writing can be found in the Securitas job description exhibit.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There is no evidence whatsoever to support Claimant’s allegation of unlawful discrimination based upon retaliation or for any other reason.”

If there is no evidence, why is there no daily activity reports, incident reports or surveillance tapes, or police report.

Why did Securitas only interview 3 out of the 5 Securitas employees they talked about, and ZERO UPS employees?

Securitas told 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers.

Securitas never stated Raul Taveras was my former supervisor anywhere in their story.

There was plenty of evidence it was not collected.

According to Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had full knowledge UPS in Chelmsford was recorded and still refused to collect surveillance tapes.  Michelle Ahern according to the story written by Lisa Redmond was caught on tape.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS in Chelmsford was roughly 1 month before Securitas accused me of trespassing at the very same place.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Claimant was clearly distraught that he was not allowed to trespass on the UPS client site.”

I was asked to leave during a UPS open house, while collecting unemployment.

If this was true where are the surveillance tapes?

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 3        

Securitas stated, “There was nobody at Securitas who prevented Claimant from seeking employment at UPS.”

My former Supervisor Raul Taveras called the police on me.  According to Securitas they had multiple phone conversations with UPS.  I doubt the UPS HR Office would have held the doors open for me.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The Security guards on duty at the time frame in question were just doing their job.”

Securitas generated a made up story they refused to even submit surveillance tapes.

My first MCAD Complaint was open from November 2004 to May 2006 during that time those very same Securitas guards allowed Michelle Ahern to walk out with 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs with an estimated value of around $250,000.  Michelle Ahern confessed to throwing out everything but the percocets.  The percocets she stole had a value of $70,000.  In order for Michelle Ahern to get the boxes to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks Raul Taveras worked at.

The Michelle Ahern case is 1 reason Securitas did not hand over the tapes.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 2

Securitas states, “Company policy prohibits retaliation, threatened reprisal, or imposing retribution on an applicant or employee or any other individual who chooses to file an internal complaint or an agency charge.  Any alleged harm is due to Claimant’s own actions.”

Right with ZERO Daily Activity reports submitted

With ZERO incident reports submitted

With ZERO surveillance tapes submitted

With ZERO police reports submitted

With ZERO UPS employees interviewed

With not even 100% Securitas interviewed, in the Raymond Woodman interview he speaks of Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera neither of which where interviewed, according to Ray I really laid into Julian Rivera.

With Securitas not even checking UPS employees going out to there car such as Michelle Ahern.

Securitas does not give a shit about their legendary policies.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told 1 story to responding police officers and another in his MCAD interview, which is obstruction of justice and privacy law.  I do not see how that is because of my actions.

Fun fact:  Did you know?  When I went to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006.  The Chelmsford Police Department was investigating all the drugs Michelle Ahern stole from UPS in Chelmsford, MA.  Do you think Securitas handed over any of those surveillance tapes they said I was scoping out to the police.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “This allegation is a frivolous charge and we respectfully request that this charge be dismissed as unsubstantiated in law or in fact.  If you require any additional information please do not hesitate to contact me.”

With holding of evidence from a police investigation is a crime.

Telling 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers is a crime.

With holding of key facts, is obstruction of justice.

If anyone from MCAD went down to UPS in Chelmsford, they would have known there is no way on god’s green earth Raymond Woodman could see me interacting with Raul Taveras at the other guard shack.

So unsubstantiated in law or fact I would like to argue is false.

I would now like to look at the Bullshit exhibits they submitted

The following is from the Julian Oliveras interview

Julian Oliveras Interview before the 1st question

Julian stated, “I saw Brett Deveau on site taking pictures.  Raul (Taveras, Manager) told me to tell Brett he couldn’t be taking pictures without authorization, and would have to leave the property.  When I said that to him, he flipped out.  He said “If you do call the police, tell them everything.  Tell them you saw my bare ass and _______.”

“He said he was going to sue Securitas again for sexual harassment.  He said Securitas owns half of UPS, that he was suing for 20 million dollars.”

The memory the detail, all those exact quotes.  I am truly impressed.

Did you know this interview was signed 17 days after they called the police on me.

Why was the interview done on August 2, 2006, and signed on August 10, 2006, does that make any sense?

What happened to the joy of report writing, no daily activity reports or incident report.

The best is if you compare this to all the interviews in the first MCAD complaint I had, all those interviews started with a question in all these interviews the guards are reporting something.

Does it not seem like he should have been question on do you remember on such and such date?

That answer, that detail, it sounds like there is a question missing.

After that wonderful adlib the first question of the interview is asked.

The Following is the first question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “How would you characterize his emotional state?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “He was very excited and confident about suing.  He said he was going to win this time.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the second question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “Did you see him taking photos?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “Yes.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the third question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “What was he taking photos of?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “The CCTV cameras, and the feeder lanes where the pants incident happened.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

I really like the detail.  Did you know, no where in the police report did Securitas tell the police I was taking pictures of the CCTV.  He also knew about the pants incident, and I never even worked with Julian, nice to see they are still running their mouth about it.

The Following is the fourth question and answer in the interview

“Did you see him fill out an application?”

“no”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

The Following is the fifth question and answer in the interview

“Did he say he was filling out an application, or there for an interview?”

“no.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

Just exactly how did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Following is the sixth question and answer in the interview

“What would you have done if this was a stranger?”

“I would have done the same thing they can’t take photos and they can’t be on property.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.  Considering this was during a UPS open house do you really expect me to believe I was the only non UPS employee there?
With the exception of the intro, where it looks like a question is missing none of the answers Julian gave looks like there was a question missing.

His interview does not match the other interviews.

I would now like to look at the Raymond Woodman interview

Raymond Woodman interview – intro

“Raul (Taveras, Manager) phoned me and told me Brett was on site. I saw Brett coming down the road and he went by the guard shack and went into the 1st parking lot.  I observed him there taking photos of the trailers, cameras, guard house.”

“I called Jason R(Raplarga.  UPS Client representative).  And he said, to tell him he does not have authorization to be on the property or to take photos.  When I told him (Brett), he said, “ok well, I’m leaving anyways.”

“Julian (Rivera) was on his way coming down the road for shift change and he stopped and talked to Brett.  I could see that Brett was yelling and excited.”

What I really love about Ray Woodman intro is the memory the detail and it was done without reports, or use of surveillance camera.

Now if I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera, why the fuck was Julian not even interviewed?  The Julian that was interviewed was Julian Oliveras.

Securitas wants you to believe they did an investigation and I yelled my ass off at someone they did not even interview.

Raymond Woodman interview – 1st question and answer

“Did he ever mention an application or interview?”

“No, not to me.  The applications aren’t filled out there, HR is across the Road at #90.  We are at 87 Brick Kiln Rd.”

Now imagine if Raul Taveras had this piece of knowledge in his interview, he is clueless about the #90 building.  But at least the answer matches the question.

Still no mention of UPS open house, and he allegedly talked to Jason Raplarga.

Raymond Woodman interview – 2nd question and answer

“Did you ever see him go there?”

“No, its to far (to see)”

“When Julian came to relieve me, I noticed that the PD was there with Raul and Steve Straitt (supervisor)

I don’t know what to say an honest answer in the first part.  But what there is an adlib.  The adlib must have really pissed Ray off.  When I worked with Steve Straitt he was making $8.50 an hour he was on probation for downloading an printing porn when he worked at HP, he started UPS on probation.  What does the second statement have to do with the original question?

Raymond Woodman interview – 3rd question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“no”

Valerie Kerin wants me to believe she did an investigation.

In the Raymond Woodman interview he spoke of 2 different Securitas employees that were not even interviewed Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera.  In Securitas response to MCAD it speaks of 3 Securitas employees being there, that is false compared to the Raymond Woodman interview.

 

Now I would like to look at the Raul Taveras interview

Raul Taveras interview – Intro

Raul stated, “I saw Brett walking towards me at the guard house.  He said he was taking pcitures because he is going public.  He said ”I’m going to say what UPS and Securitas and Kevin Phelan did to me.””

“I said ok, but you can’t be on site and have to have permission from UPS to take pictures.  He said ok, I’ll just walk this way.  I saw him walk off and then called the PD because he was really emotional and not thinking straight , I called the PD in case he did not want to go.  I didn’t want any guards to get hurt.”

Just an amazing memory Raul Taveras must have, with no daily activity reports, inciden reports or surveillance cameras.

Now why does that no match the Julian Oliveras interview, there is no mention of him ordering Julian to interact with me.

Both the Raul Taveras and Julian Oliveras interviews cannot be true when compared to each other.

Also it seems like there is a question mission, what caused Raul to recite that story.  Although the missing question is a theme throughout the interview.

Raul Taveras interview 1st question and answer

“What do you mean emotional?”

“shaking hands, very angry, his hands were waving, he was agitated and tense, he had this weird laugh , and was definitely getting more angry.”

“Then I called Ray (Woodman) and he said he was there taking pictures.  I told Julina who was there, and at shift change I told him to tell him had to leave.”

“Jason Raplarga and Mark (Our client at UPS) said if he shows up again, tell him to get off the property and call the PD.  The PD spoke to the client on the phone.”

Now as Honorable Judge Lynn C. Rooney can probably testify to when I get pissed off I “sing”  I do not have this weird laugh.

I sang such melodies at the Lowell Courthouse as, Burn it to the ground by Nickleback, No more Mr. nice guy by Alice Cooper, Would I lie to you and Missionary man by the Eurythemics.

But looking at Raul Taveras does the first paragraph not answer the question?

After that it seems adlibbed filler.  What does calling Raul or conversations with Jason or Mark have anything to do with the question.

To the best of my knowledge Jason Raplarga and Mark Kelly were both Lost Preventions supervisors at UPS and worked different shifts, if they answer honestly I would ask this office to show UPS clemency.

As for the PD spoke to the client over the phone, there is no mention of that call anywhere in the police report.

But the different paragraphs would make more sense to me if they had questions assigned to them.

Don’t you worry I got so much on UPS if you seriously went after UPS they would settle.

Raul Taveras interview 2nd question and answer

“Did he ever mention that he was there for an interview or an application?”

“No.”

“After he left us, he was working for Benchmark and we do security for them too.  He was laid off from Benchmark.  He said I’m going to tell them how the benchmark security officers are still harassing him.”

To me the no answer, answers the question.  Why would he break into the Benchmark thing.

After I left Securitas the 1st company I worked for was Target in Nashua, NH, I did the overnight sort from August of 2005 to October of 2005.  After that I worked for Benchmark.

No company has a lay off for 1 fucking person, I left Benchmark because the Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas plowed the parking lots at Benchmark.

What I love is the rich detail of this answer, according to the police report, the responding police officer was lucky to get my name from Raul.

Raul Taveras interview 3rd question and answer

“Did he go near HR at all?”

“No.  I don’t know about the #90 building.”

Again I felt the No answer answered the question.  Would you like to know the address for the UPS HR building?  Its 90 Brick Kiln Road, even Ray Woodman knew this in his interview.

It is posted on the UPS Sexual Harassment policy which was posted in both guard shacks and throughout the facility as required by law.

Raul Taveras interview 4th question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“No.”

The Raul Taveras does not match the Julian Oliveras interview or the Raymond Woodman interview.

Within the same interview he gives 2 different answers why the police were called, in one response he stated he called the police because of my emotional state, in another part of the interview he said he called the police per the order of UPS.

Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report.

Now I would like to look at the Police Report written by responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher.

 

 

The Police report sentence 1

Officer Zaher wrote, “On Monday, 7/24/06 at 1607 hrs. I, OFC Zaher while on Patrol in Car 1, was dispatched to 87 Brick Kiln Road (UPS) for an unwanted male.”

If you not the exact date, it is not something Securitas used anywhere in their story.  Also the time, it is within the time period of the UPS open house.  87 Brick Kiln Road, is where both MCAD complaints occurred, and where Michelle Ahern worked.

The Police Report sentence 2

Officer Zaher wrote, “Upon arrival I spoke with security officer Raul Taveras who stated that a Brett Deveau a former employee had been on the property and when asked to leave original told them he didn’t have to.”

Look on July 24, 2006, UPS was having an open house until 5PM, I was at UPS within the time period of the open house.

What is missing is all the anger and rage Securitas said I had its no where to be found.

The Police Report sentence 3

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

The type and time of the termination I received is not accurate and did not even match what Securtias told the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Now if I have been fired over 1 year ago, how then was not seen for about 1 year?

The Police Report sentence 4

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated today he saw Brett taking pictures of the gates and he began to walk down towards the employee parking area’s.”

That does not match what Raul Taveras stated in his interview, Raul stated in his interview I was full of anger and rage and he called the police as my temper rose.

The Police Report sentence 5

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had since left on foot towards Brick Kiln road.”

Look I parked my car at the UPS HR parking lot which is across the street.  Which is towards Brick Kiln Road.  There is nothing in his interview about me walking towards Brick Kiln Road.

The Police Report sentence 6

Officer Zaher wrote, “I advised Raul to have UPS send a no trespassing letter to brett and he stated he would let UPS know about the incident.”

Raul Taveras said in his interview the police called UPS over the phone.  It could explain why I never got a no trespassing letter.

The Police Report sentence 7

Officer Zaher wrote, “I checked the area for Brett but was unable to locate him and the only information provided to me by Raul was Brett’s name and the he lived somewhere in Billerica.”

Really, my former Supervisor Raul Taveras was an encyclopedia of knowledge about me in his interview he even was aware I worked at Benchmark Electronics.

The Police Report sentence 8

Officer Zaher wrote, “clear.”

My thoughts about the police report

No where in the police report did Raul tell responding police officer he was my previous supervisor.

No where in the police report did Raul tell the responding police officer he was a named witness in the previous MCAD case.

No where in the police report where the police told I was taking pictures of the CC

Did you know?

This trespassing charge was while the Chelmsford Police Department was actively investigating the Michelle Ahern case, so the Chelmsford Police knew UPS in Chelmsford was recorded.

Why did the responding police officer not ask for the surveillance tapes?

I will be arguing Privacy law violations, fraud and false statements, perjury violations and other criminal charges.

The Police report does not match my MCAD Complaint 06BEm01793, that is about how I was treated at UPS at 87 Brick Kiln Road around 4PM.

 

 

Switching Gears

Securitas was a wealth of information about what happened to me weren’t they.

Without any written reports, use of surveillance equipment just from their shear memory they generated this story.

When the Chelmsford Police Department and Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff were building their case against Michelle Ahern, where they just as much of a wealth of information.  Or does that help prove Securitas made everything up to the Masscahusetts Commission Against Discrimination?

 

I hope you enjoyed Fraud and false statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US CODE CHAPTER 73

 

OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title 18 US Code Chapter 73 Section 1505 – Obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies or committees.

 

Part I – First MCAD Complaint

Count 1 and 2, of this section

In MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, Securitas Security Services USA Inc committed obstruction of justice.  When Securitas submitted an investigation to MCAD and the US EEOC which left out.

  1. None of the thousands of daily activity reports that were written were not submitted.
  2. Incident reports relevant to each investigation they said they did
  3. UPS had 9 perfectly working cameras the guards had complete access too.  Shift Supervisor Schofield even changed the tapes during the week. Security Guard Joe Diegnan changed the tapes on the weekend
  4. Securitas did not even name never mind interview 1 UPS employee. Working at UPS during the time period in question was Michelle Ahern.
  5. Three out of four people Securitas interviewed were supervisors at UPS in Chelmsford.  Josh Lindeman was a friend of one of the supervisor he did not start until October 19, 2004.  They did not interview 1 non supervisor I worked with from August of 2004 to October 19, 2004.
  6. I know MCAD and the US EEOC did not collect documents I watched Raul Taveras shred all those written documents from March to June of 2005.

With the amount of material that was not handed over, with the huge volume of people that were not even interviewed.  Securitas Security Services USA Inc, committed obstruction of justice to these two government agencies.  I would be counting 1 for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and again for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Part 2 – Second MCAD complaint

I would catalog this as counts 3 and 4 for this section.

I filed a complaint with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006, that was jointly filed with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

During the time of this complaint I was on unemployment from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and seeking employment.  I was not working for either company.

I strongly believe Securitas probably still had a healthy amount of coverage and my knowledge of UPS in Chelmsford MA, is still accurate.  After all Securitas Corporate Officer Sherry K Pinchak stated, “I should have had knowledge of this or that about UPS.”

Counts 3 and 4,

The complaint number was 06BEM01793

  1. Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports.
  2. Securitas did not reference any incident reports
  3. Securitas was ignorant of their own policies and procedures.
  4. Securitas did not reference any police reports.
  5. Securitas did not even interview all the Securitas employees that were there that day, Ray Woodman speaks of eyeing arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt one of my former coworkers. Ray Woodman also spoke of me yelling at Julian Rivera. Neither Steve Straitt or Julian Riveras was interviewed.
  6. Securitas did not even interview any UPS employees.
  7. Securitas did not submit any surveillance tapes.
  8. The Lowell District Attorney Meg Straff had access to evidence from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford MA in the Michelle Ahern case, that MCAD did not use.

With the amount of material that was not handed over, with the huge volume of people that were not even interviewed.  Securitas Security Services USA Inc, committed obstruction of justice to these two government agencies.  I would be counting 1 for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and again for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

This marks the end of my Obstruction of Justice section 1505 argument.

I would now like to move to Title 18 USC Chapter 73 Section 1510 Obstruction of criminal investigations.

On July 24, 2006, around 4PM I arrived at UPS with a wish to seek employment.  I parked my car at the UPS HR parking lot.  I wanted to see how my former coworkers would treat me.  It must have been my lucky day.  Both my former supervisor Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras and Security Guard Ray Woodman was present and according to Ray the now arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt.  I was greeted at the shack Ray Woodman was at leave or will call the cops I did.  I left the UPS parking lot and took a left down Brick Kiln Road, before I turned left down Alpine, I got passed by a Chelmsford Police cruiser with his blues on.  That pissed me off and I called MCAD when I got home.  That phone call should prove I drove my car.

But the fun begins for Securitas with the arrival of our favorite Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher, by the time I am done with his ass, every politician in Massachusetts will know his name.

You will need to reference 5 pieces of material to understand this charge.  The police report written by responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher and the Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras interview, and Securitas legal response to MCAD filed in 06BEM01793 which is also where the Raul Taveras interview was submitted.  The Securitas Job Decription and the Michelle Ahern case.  Since it is about the exact day and time in question.

Now as you compare the three documents you will notice some differences you will also have to consider evidence used in the Michelle Ahern case since Michelle Ahern worked at the same UPS location as this claim.

Count 1

  1.  The responding Police Officer only spoke to 1 person.  Now Securitas in their story to MCAD mentioned 5 Securitas employees, and at least 2 UPS employees.  The Good news 1 person over laps Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras.
  2. If you read the police officer entire report there is no mention of my shear anger and rage Securitas was rather adamant about in the story they submitted to MCAD.
  3. Raul Taveras told the responding police officer I was fired.  Securitas told MCAD I quit my job.
  4. Raul Taveras told responding police I was fired well over 1 year ago,  Securitas told MCAD I quit in August of 2005 which is less than 1 year ago.
  5. Raul Taveras told responding police officer I went down to the employee parking area, Raul did not say that in his interview.
  6. The police told Raul to make UPS aware of the situation, Raul stated in his interview the police had a phone conversation with UPS.
  7. The police where told a general statement of me taking pictures of UPS.  Look I like photography see my facebook page, however their story to MCAD Securitas stated I was taking pictures of the CCTV cameras.  If that was told the cops I bet the cop would have wanted to see all 9 cameras I would have clearly been on.  By the way as a former guard I am aware of some hidden cameras at UPS if the CPD wants me to give them my version of a tour at UPS.  But either way the tail of my taking of pictures is different.
  8. Raul Taveras said in his interview I went no where near the Human Resources building something that is not in view of the guard shack he worked at, that piece of information was not told to the police.
  9. For the statement Raul Taveras made about me going no where near the HR Building to be true, he would have had to follow me, also something he did not tell the police.
  10. Raul Taveras was fully aware I worked for Benchmark Electronics, the responding police officer only got my name from Raul Taveras.

Now there are some similarities that are just as fun

  1. Securitas did not hand over surveillance tapes to either the police or Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  2. Raul Taveras did not speak of the fact he was my former supervisor, nor did Securitas highlight it anywhere in there response.
  3. Raul Taveras did not tell responding police officer, nor did Securitas highlighted to MCAD.  That Raul Taveras was the only person interviewed in both legal arguments at MCAD by Securitas.  The cops are big fans of such things as “Prior Legal History”

Conclusion:

The with holding of the surveillance tapes alone is obstruction of justice just 1 surveillance tape would have probably either supported Securitas story or crushed it.  With the numerous differences and some of the things they did not do to MCAD and the Police.  I would argue this is 1 count of obstruction of justice.

The Chelmsford Police Department was investigating Michelle Ahern at the time in question who worked at this very same UPS in Chelmsford, and they would have had knowledge of those tapes.

Since the police were only called 1 on my ass its time to move to other fun filled sections of Title 18 US code Chapter 73 next section 1511 is Obstruction of state or local law enforcement.

Look I do not know much about the law so I will copy and paste my section 1510 argument when they accused of the hanus crime of trespassing

Count 1

  1.  The responding Police Officer only spoke to 1 person.  Now Securitas in their story to MCAD mentioned 5 Securitas employees, and at least 2 UPS employees.  The Good news 1 person over laps Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras.
  2. If you read the police officer entire report there is no mention of my shear anger and rage Securitas was rather adamant about in the story they submitted to MCAD.
  3. Raul Taveras told the responding police officer I was fired.  Securitas told MCAD I quit my job.
  4. Raul Taveras told responding police I was fired well over 1 year ago,  Securitas told MCAD I quit in August of 2005 which is less than 1 year ago.
  5. Raul Taveras told responding police officer I went down to the employee parking area, Raul did not say that in his interview.
  6. The police told Raul to make UPS aware of the situation, Raul stated in his interview the police had a phone conversation with UPS.
  7. The police where told a general statement of me taking pictures of UPS.  Look I like photography see my facebook page, however their story to MCAD Securitas stated I was taking pictures of the CCTV cameras.  If that was told the cops I bet the cop would have wanted to see all 9 cameras I would have clearly been on.  By the way as a former guard I am aware of some hidden cameras at UPS if the CPD wants me to give them my version of a tour at UPS.  But either way the tail of my taking of pictures is different.
  8. Raul Taveras said in his interview I went no where near the Human Resources building something that is not in view of the guard shack he worked at, that piece of information was not told to the police.
  9. For the statement Raul Taveras made about me going no where near the HR Building to be true, he would have had to follow me, also something he did not tell the police.
  10. Raul Taveras was fully aware I worked for Benchmark Electronics, the responding police officer only got my name from Raul Taveras.

Now there are some similarities that are just as fun

  1. Securitas did not hand over surveillance tapes to either the police or Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  2. Raul Taveras did not speak of the fact he was my former supervisor, nor did Securitas highlight it anywhere in there response.
  3. Raul Taveras did not tell responding police officer, nor did Securitas highlighted to MCAD.  That Raul Taveras was the only person interviewed in both legal arguments at MCAD by Securitas.  The cops are big fans of such things as “Prior Legal History”

Conclusion:

The with holding of the surveillance tapes alone is obstruction of justice just 1 surveillance tape would have probably either supported Securitas story or crushed it.  With the numerous differences and some of the things they did not do to MCAD and the Police.  I would argue this is 1 count of obstruction of justice.

The Chelmsford Police Department was investigating Michelle Ahern at the time in question who worked at this very same UPS in Chelmsford, and they would have had knowledge of those tapes.

Since the police were only called 1 on my ass its time to move to other fun filled sections of Title 18 US code Chapter 73 next section 1511 is Obstruction of state or local law enforcement.

Look I do not know much about the law so I will copy and paste my section 1510 argument when they accused of the hanus crime of trespassing

Well, its that time to continue to work through our favorite Title 18 US Code Chapter.  Chapter 73 Section 1512 tampering with a witness, victim or informant.

For me it is more fun to focus on the people involved in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042.

Neither myself or Securitas argued about the ladder falling in August of 2004.  In August of 2004, I worked with Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield, Security Officers John Clark, Chris Boucher and Martha Shaw.

By March 3, 2005, every single person I worked with was no longer at UPS in Chelmsford Ma.

That was less than 3 weeks after my investigative conference at MCAD in front of Carolyn Packard that the state police barred me from attending.

I bet you think I remember Alice Schofield last day because I am sentimental, well I did enjoy working with Chris Boucher he busted his ass.

But more importantly after they kicked Alice Schofield to the curb my hours got cut from 32 hours to 24 hours a week and some weeks my hours got cut down to 16 hours.

From March to June of 2005, I watched Raul taveras shred documents.  If you read the Sherry K. Pinchak job description exhibit the guards had to write a lot of reports.  Securitas wrote nearly 2100 daily activity reports per year at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

I would like to argue by Securitas removing every single person I worked with in August of 2004 on the Alice Schofield shift, and cutting my hours down to 16 hours a week they violated this section of law.  I strongly believe in both MCAD cases, Securitas threatened to fire any employee that did not sign their interview.

The fun continues the next section Title 18 US Code Chapter 73 Obstruction of Justice section 1513, retaliating against a witness, victim or informant.

When I worked at Benchmark Electronics Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snow bank

Securitas had no intentions of keeping my at 32 hours a week the shit they told MCAD, after I filed I worked some 16 hour work weeks.

On top of that they called the police on me for attending a UPS open house, they did not even submit 1 fucking surveillance tape to support their made up story.

By Securitas cutting my work week down to 16 hours when I worked for them.  By securitas turning my car into a fucking snow bank when I worked at Benchmark Electronics.  by Securitas calling the police on me for attending a UPS open house, they violated this section of law.

Other possible counts of Obstruction of Justice

I would like to argue the witnessed used in my MCAD complaints should have also been used in Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.  The witnesses in the Michelle Ahern case should have been used in my MCAD cases. Since both MCAD complaints and the Michelle Ahern case happened at UPS in Chelmsford MA, at 87 Brick Kiln Road.  Michelle Ahern had to pass through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at twice per day.  There were 9 visual mounted cameras in the area of the guard shacks.  Raul Taveras worked at UPS in Chelmsford MA, roughly from December 2003 to December 2006, that time period overlaps the Michelle Ahern confession time period of November 2004 to June 2006.

On June 16, 2015, Police Officers from several surrounding towns responded to a call at UPS in Chelmsford, I would be curious if UPS handed over their perfectly working surveillance tapes to responding police officers.

At no time while I was guard at UPS in Chelmsford MA, did anyone representing UPS hand over surveillance tapes to responding police officers when asked to do.  I strongly believe this is UPS policy and they have never handed their surveillance tapes over that recorded the guard shacks or surrounding area to any responding police officer in any investigation.

 

This ends my obstruction of justice argument.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 79 Perjury

It is also covered by MGL 268 Ch 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042

In Section I – paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge.”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or did they interview 1 Securitas employee of my rank that I worked with from August to October of 2004.

When I worked during the week, UPS Sorter Michelle Ahern was not stealing prescription drugs through the guard shacks.  Michelle Ahern had to pass through the guard shacks entering and leaving work she would have been on the same cameras as UPS Site Supervisor William Adams talked about.  By the time Securitas submitted their story to Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Michelle Ahern was stealing from UPS for almost 2 months.  Michelle Ahern was throwing boxes of prescription drugs out of her car on her ride home.  With that you expect me to believe anyone did anything for an investigation.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

 

In Section II – Sentence 1

Securitas stated, Brett Deveau has not been discriminated against in any unlawful matter.”

I disagree with this the person that ran her mouth about it was of the opposite sex as me.  Securitas also did not interview 1 person as the same rank as me that I worked with from August to October of 2004.  The three people that signed interviews that I worked with were all supervisors.  I was the only Security Guard to be allegedly interviewed from August to October of 2004.

 

In Section II – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau did report during an investigation interview complaint of inappropriate behavior by his supervisor.”

I am curious what was the alleged investigation Securitas was doing.  The Alice Schofield interview does not match the Alice Schofield Incident Report she signed 1 day after her interview.  I was not even named in the Incident Report Alice Schofield signed.

Section II – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The complaint was thoroughly investigated; letters advising the results of the investigation were sent to the appropriate parties and Mr. Deveau’s immediate supervisor was appropriately reprimanded.”

I do not understand how any complaint I did to Securitas was thoroughly investigation.  Securitas did not interview 1 Security Guard I normally worked with, Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, Securitas did not reference 1 Incident report, Securitas did not reference 1 surveillance tape., Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee.

In Section II – Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau was reprimanded also reprimanded for inappropriate conversations.”

If that statement was true that I had inappropriate conversations why didn’t Shift Supervisor Schofield, UPS Site Supervisor Adams, or Securitas Operations Manager Taveras write me up.  All 3 of them outranked me and could have fired me.  Securitas wrote me up because I complained about one of their precious supervisors.

In Section II – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “Respondent also accommodated Mr. Deveau’s request to be moved to a different shift.”

I agree I did get a shift change after I complained.  I was working during the week Mon – Fri on the Alice Schofield shift.   The interview with my name on it is 100%, I was not working happily on the weekends at the time and date on that interview.  So there is no way I could have had all those made up conversations Securitas said I had with UPS Site Supervisor Adams.  Securitas said I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams in early October on a Sunday morning.  During that time I was on the Alice Schofield shift, as it is clearly stated here, I was not awarded a shift change until I complained.

In Section III – Company Background

What Securitas submitted in this section is partial true.  I am not going to argue they lied but they did not tell the whole truth.  Comparing this background to the background section on their website it does not match.   There is no mention of Securitas AB in their background.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He received a 5% pay increase on May 7, 2004.”

That is false I received a 2.5% raise, my pay went from $10/hour to $10.25/hour

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “On October 25, 2004, during an investigation interview Mr. Deveau advised the interviewer that his immediate supervisor, was telling his fellow employees about the embarrassing incident.”

Now, Securitas stated, I was awarded a shift change after I complained, the October 25, 2004.  With that date there is no way I had all these legendary conversations with UPS Site Supervisor Adams since I was still working during the week, and was not awarded a shift change at that point.

In Section IV – Overview of Claimant or Charging Party Work History – Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “An investigation outcome letter is sent to all the pertinent parties with appropriate warnings.”

The incident report dated October 19, 2004, states William Adams and Joshua Lindeman had a very inappropriate conversation about Alice Schofield, Joshua Lindeman was never reprimanded.  According to the William Adams interview Securtias Operations Manager Raul Taveras drilled me with questions about my personal life he was never reprimanded.

In Section V – Policies and Procedures

Unlike Sherry K. Pinchak, Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description.

Securitas picks and chooses when to follow their legendary policies, in the Job dsescrtiption handed in by Sherry K. Pinchak.  She speaks of writing reports, no daily activity reports, incident reports, or surveillance tapes where ever handed in involving anything I reported to Securitas.

In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle worked at the very same UPS in Chelmsford Securitas guards had a contract for.  Michelle walked out of that facility with possible 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs over a period of 19 months November 2004 to June 2006, Securitas did not follow their own policies and search her bags or person or Michelle would not have been able to discard the boxes on Brick Kiln Road on her drive home from UPS.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau complaint of sexual discrimination is inaccurate.  The respondent never discriminated against Mr. Deveau.  Mr. Deveau advised Respondent during an investigation interview that his immediate supervisor was sexual harassing him by telling fellow employees of an embarrassing incident that had occurred.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me until I was introduced to Joshua Lindeman several months after the ladder fell.

What was Securitas investigating?

At the time and date on the interview with my name on it, I was not happily working weekends, as Securitas admits in this complaint I was not awarded a shift change until after I complained.

In Section VI Employer’s Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “The complaint was included in the ongoing investigation and found to be true.  All pertinent parties were advised of the results of the investigation; each was counseled on proper behavior in the workplace and the contents of the Respondent’s sexual harassment policy.  Disciplinary warnings were given to offending participants, including Mr. Deveau. As policy guidelines had been followed, the complaint was closed.”

Again if Securitas wants to say I was awarded a shift change after I complained on October 25, 2004, then I was not working with the weekends with William Adams.  I worked on the Alice Schofield shift which was Mon-Fri. The interview with my name on it could not have occurred.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 1 

Securitas stated, “Brett Deveau never discussed his concerns about sexual harassment he felt he was experiencing until he was being interviewed regarding another investigation.”

What was this alleged investigation?

How can Securitas say I never discussed it, both UPS Site Supervisor Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said I was so mad I was going to take people to court.

Again, if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then I could not have been working weekends with William Adams in early October.  I was not awarded a shift change until several weeks later

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 2 and 3

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau has several means of reporting concerns of harassment including advising his next level of supervisor, advising the Branch Manager, advising Human resources, and/or contacting the AlertLine communication device.  Mr. Deveau chose not to utilize any of these mechanisms.”

If you read the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras interviews both of them state I was so made I was considering taking people to court.  UPS Site Supervisor Adams was my next level of Supervisor, and Raul Taveras was his supervisor.  So that statement is false.  Also did Securitas not say I told Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan in their made up interview they swear by with the October 25, 2004 date on it.

Does Securitas want to explain where Kevin Phelan was in my chain of command?

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 4

Securitas stated, “As soon as Mr. Deveau reported the incidents during the investigation interview Respondent took immediate action.”
Again if Securitas wants to hang their head on the October 25, 2004, interview, then that interview is false I could not have been working weekends with William Adams since I was not awarded a shift change until after this investigative interview.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 5

Securitas stated, “It interviewed the appropriate parties, gathering facts and determining results.”

With no surveillance tapes, no daily activity reports, no incident reports, none of the normal people I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift even interview, no UPS employees interviewed that statement Securitas made is false.

If you look at Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern you know UPS in Chelmsford is recorded.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 6

Securitas stated, “All pertinent parties were advised of the results; appropriate disciplinary actions were initiated and they were counseled on appropriate behavior in the work place.”

Securitas wrote up everyone that complained to their office, I do not know how that is legal

The term I find hard to swallow is “appropriate disciplinary actions”

Who did I have any inappropriate conversations with?  I did not work weekends with William Adams until after I was awarded a shift change before that I worked on the Alice Schofield shift, and no one that I normally worked with said anything about conversations I had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 7

Securitas stated, “Mr. Deveau and his immediate supervisor were assigned to different shifts.”

The date on the interview with my name on it is October 25, 2004.  According to this statement I was working the Alice Schofield shift.  So I was not working with William Adams.  Securitas lied their asses off about the imaginary conversation myself and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams had.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 8

Securitas stated, “This is a frivolous complaint needlessly filed after the fact.”

I complained to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on November 9, 2004, because Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan wrote me up for complaining about Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield in my opinion.  I did bring with me to MCAD the outcome letter I received and the counseling and corrective action report I got on the same day.  MCAD wanted some background information.  That would be retaliation.

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 9,

Securitas stated, ”Respondent properly handled this complaint and appropriate action and counseling were meted out to the appropriate parties.”

How did Securitas handle this complaint appropriately?  They lied their asses off about doing any sort of investigation they wrote me up because they fucking felt like it.

 

In Section VII – Conclusion Sentence 10 and 11,

Those two sentences are the opinion of Securitas

 

Securitas Exhibits in their legal response in MCAD docket Number 04BEM03042

I would like to look at the interviews they submitted first.  The first one in the numerical order they submitted is Alice Schofield interview.

The first question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks: “Who told you that Bill Adams had made statements pertaining to you?”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield’s answer, “ Josh Lindeman told me that Bill said things like “she’s the biggest bitch I’ve ever worked for.  She would write you up for having a moustache; she writes people up for no reason.”

Securitas did not produce 1 document to support where that question came from.  You see life happens in a time order, the date on this interview is October 25, 2004.  Now Alice Schofield did indeed write an incident report about it, but it was not signed until October 26, 2004 which is the day after this interview.

Also if Alice Schofield would write summon up for having a moustache she would only be following UPS well documented personal appearance policy.

Securitas also never submitted anything about Alice writing people up.  That would have had some insight about my work environment

The second question and answer in the interview and the first question and answer on the second page in the Alice Schofield is

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you had any issues with Bill before?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’ve written Bill up before.  Back in March when he was working on one of the trucks we were being audited and I told him he needed to get down while the truck was running.  He called me every name in the book in front of 7 trucks and three other guard (John Clark was one).”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you feel uncomfortable working with him?”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “I’m a professional and will do my job, but I don’t want to have anything to do with him that is not work related.  He must have gotten the hint from Raul because he didn’t say anything to me last night.  One more thing: back in March, I heard he told Raul that “I stayed outside all night so that I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Alice Schofield cited 7 UPS truck drivers as witnesses, and three other guards about something that happened to her back in March.

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports about it, incident reports, or even look for any surveillance tapes.  They only questioned 1 person about that exact quote.  The only person Raul Taveras and when Raul Taveras was asked about it still makes no sense to me.

 

The fourth bold statement in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Go on about what you heard Bill say.”

Securitas Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield response, “On Josh Lindeman’s first night of training, he heard all this negative stuff about the supervisor (meaning her). He expected some “mean ogre” to be there after hearing what bill had to say.  Bill also told him I had sexual intercourse with other guards on my shift.  I found out just recently that Brett Deveau was mentioned as one of those guards.”
During the telling of Securitas story using an exact first and last name is a rarity.

Now if you want to believe this interview, why was I not even named in an Incident report Supervisor Schofield signed the day after this interview.  Supervisor Schofield even used the “mean ogre” comment in both.

Supervisor Schofield probably called Josh Lindeman a dozen times a week, so how could Josh Lindeman be expecting a mean ogre.  Also Josh Lindeman and Alice Schofield had a prior work history as discussed in the Raul Taveras interview, and Josh Lindeman interview they worked together at the United States Postal Service.  Why did Alice not tell Kevin Phelan about this work history?

 

The next question and answer in the interview in the Alice Schofield is,

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened after you wrote Bill up?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “Bill told me I walked in Sunday night (11:55) that the report was laughed out of the Lowell office; that I had no right to write him up because they’re both supervisors.  I was going to get a written warning myself for this.  I ignored him because I know his temper even though he said it three more times.  His comment when I was going out the door was that he said Brett told him that he had slept with me and that Brett was going to take me civil court.”

I have several problems trying to believe this answer.

  1.  Supervisor Alice Schofield tells Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan at his Lowell Office, that the report Alice Schofield wrote got laughed out of this very office, and it did not provoke a response from the person doing the interview.
  2. Who did Supervisor Schofield think was going to write up her up?
  3. Supervisor Schofield hammers home that point, that I was running my mouth about having sex with her, but yet I did not even get an honorable mention on an incident report she signed the day after this interview.

The Amended question in the Alice Schofield interview last question page 2

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you talk about sex and sex toys while at work?”

Supervisor Alice Schofield answer, “No, I don’t.”

According to the Securitas time order, just when was that questioned asked?  This question will also be discussed in privacy law violations.

The first Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any issues with any of your fellow employees at the UPS Site?”

Securitas made up answer, “I requested not to work with Alice anymore.  She’s been sexual harassing me since the middle of August.  My pants got caught in ladder and fell down and she’s made jokes ever since.    She just told Josh (Lindeman) last Tuesday.  I told Raul that if he didn’t remove me from her schedule I’d file a complaint.  He did that and I’m happy with the resolution.  I work 32 hours on the weekends and am happy with that.”

I have several problems with this answer compared to Securitas response statement.

  1.  Securitas said in their response statement written by Laura A. Wilson I was not awarded a shift change until after this made up interview, so there is no way I could be happily working 32 hours on the weekends.
  2. Securitas says I told Securitas Operation Manager Raul Taveras and he put me on the weekends, Raul Taveras was 2 supervisors over me.  That would follow their chain of command they said I did not follow.
  3. Securitas couldhave submitted daily activity reports, to support this made up answer and they did not.
  4. Joshua Lindeman signed the incident report stating 10/19/04 was his first night here, the date on this interview is 6 days after that.  There is no way I was happily working 32 hours on the weekends.

The second Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you tell anyone you feel you were being sexual harassed?”

The made up answer, “Yes, my account manager.  I asked to be taken off her shift and that if I didn’t I was going to file a lawsuit against him.”

Look individual people are to fucking poor generally for me to want to sue.  Really I didn’t talk about Raul Taveras legendary business if I was that mad at Raul talking to someone else.

The fourth Question and Answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you work with Bill Adams as your supervisor?”

Securitas made up answer, “I work with him on weekends.”

Look as Securitas argued I was not awarded a shift change until after the date of this made up interview, so I was not working with Bill on the weekends.  Alice Schofield shift was Mon-Fri she owned her own business and was a single mother.

The fifth and sixth question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever heard him using inappropriate language?”
The made up answer, “no.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Ever him swear at anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Never”

Look I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, William Adams and Alice Schofield waged a political campaign over Raul Taveras job.  Raul said if his business takes off he would step down.  Those two thought they were the only 2 qualified they fought constantly.

The seventh question and answer with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “have you ever heard hin be abusive to anyone?”

Securitas made up answer, “Like Alice, he can joke with people.   He has apologized if he’s offended me.  He once made a joke about my hair, but stopped after that one time and apologized.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams before the time dated on this interview.  I worked the Alice Schofield shift.

The 8 and 9 question and answers with the interview with my name on it

Securitas Hr Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever tell Bill you slept with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “I never slept with her.”

For the one and only time Securitas wants you to believe they now asked for clarity

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan, “That was not my question.  Your person life is your own business.  Did you ever tell him that you slept with her?”

Securitas made up answer, “No, I didn’t.”

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield shift.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams started as a part time employee collecting 100% disability, I worked at the IRS in addition to Securitas, I also attended UML.

So when are me and UPS Site Supervisor William Adams going to have all these magical conversations.

 

The first made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “You told Alice that you were thinking of taking Raul to civil court because he’s the account manager.  What was the issue with that?”

Securitas made up answer, “I was going to see what charges I could file against Raul.  I complained to him about Alice’s behavior.  If he didn’t move me, I was going to press charges.  He put me on weekends and I’m fine.  If he hadn’t done anything about it he would have to the Attorney General.”

Look I tried reporting Raul Taveras for billing UPS for hundreds if not thousands of hours he did not work while he worked at his own business, I tried to report that Raul Taveras was one of Eddie Maldendo better customers.  As this office has the power to do, please look through the emails I sent the FBI.

So yeah, there is some truth in that.

But you want to believe I said that to an HR Manager and he didn’t even ask a follow up question.

The second made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues with Alice?”

Securitas made up answer, “Yes.  She wrote me up for not showing up for a shift I wasn’t scheduled for on 10/21.  Raul called me back and I came in for him.  He apologized for that.”

Nice rich answer her, were the write up?

The third made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you have any other issues?”

Securitas made up answer, “I’ve seen a lot of illegal activity at the site.  I’ve seen Raul work a triple shift before.  One time he worked 28 straight hours.  Another problem with Alice is that before last week, she hadn’t written up a white person.  (Clark late four times no write up). Amid gets written up for being late once.”

Yes, I have seen a lot of illegal activity.  Eddie Maldendo buying and selling stolen goods, Juan DeLeon buying and selling drugs, I recently learned about Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern who was at least in and out of court for stealing IWP deliveries. As for Raul Taveras he would pencil himself in for shifts guards blew off, that why he would be scheduled for 28 straight hours.

Also if I dropped the names john Clark and Amid why wasn’t either interviewed.

The last made up question and answer on page 2 with the interview with my name on it

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Is there anything else you’d like to add?”

Securitas made up answer, “Raul would have been condoning sexual harassment. I have 30-40 witnesses of that.  She told everyone the story of my pants coming off.”

I probably had 30 or so Securitas coworkers at the UPS client site

 

Securitas wants you to believe this interview happened.  It is not signed.  My counseling and corrective action report is clearly signed.

MCAD allowed Securitas almost 56 days to create this story, they typed up this interview after I field my claim.

The counseling and corrective action report I signed was signed 10 days after this made up interview.  I signed the Counseling and Corrective Action report on November 4, 2004.  That bullshit interview was 10/25/04.

 

Next I would like to look at the William Adams interview

The First Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have conversations about Alice Schofield’s personal life?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “I did have one with Brett about three weeks ago.  It was in front of one or two other guards, but I can’t remember who is was with, Not sure of the date, but I think it was a Sunday morning.”

Securitas could have referenced work schedules to know the people who UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was referring to.  Securitas could have referenced Daily Activity reports.

Securitas probably made up this interview at their US Corporate Headquarters.

I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams on weekends until I was awarded a shift change.  Three weeks before this date is October 5, 2004, at that point in time I was not awarded my shift change.

Securitas also had full knowledge of Joshua Lindeman first night were UPS Site Supervisor William Adams went off for probably hours about Alice Schofield.

The Second Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What was the conversation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett was saying how he was in love with Alice but because she had issues he may not be able to see her anymore.  That’s when I said, “You did have sex with her, right?” When it got around to her (three weeks later), she wrote me up.”

Really you want me to believe he does not remember the date or who was there.  But he remembers the exact conversation.  Bullshit.

Securitas had the ability to look at daily activity reports and schedules to see who was there.

Now if Alice wrote Bill Adams up where is it?

And when would that have been.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said 3 weeks ago he had a conversation with me, and three weeks later when Alice Schofield got wind of it she wrote Up UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.  Was that what Alice Schofield said William said got laughed out of the Lowell Office?

Again the lack of questions helps shows Securitas made up this whole damn thing.

The Third Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you ever called her a “bitch” or a bull dike?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “No. And since I heard that she had sex with the guys, why would I call her that?”

Where did this question come from?

No one in the interview process uses the term “bull dike” until the Joshua Lindeman interview which was done the day after the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview.

The fifth Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have an issue with her back in March?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “ Yes.  She followed me up a ladder and it was very unsafe.  I got mad and said a couple of swears, I apologized the next day.”

Now if you wish to believe the Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield interview, she said UPS Site Supervisor William Adams told Securitas Operations Managaer Raul Taveras, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned about that exact phrase but UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was not

The seventh Question and Answer in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you ever refer to her as a bitch or tell anyone she writes everyone up for everything?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams response, “I didn’t refer to her as a bitch but I did say she was a control freak.  She does write everyone up.  She sees a squirrel and writes it down.”

Now if Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did indeed write everyone up for everything, why didn’t Securitas submit those to MCAD.  It could have shown hostile work environment.

The first Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Sunday night?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “She tried to write me up and I told her that she couldn’t because I’m a supervisor just as she is. I told her Raul would explain the rest of it to her.”

This does not match what Alice Schofield said about according to her, it was laughed out of the Lowell Office.

Is this a question off of the second question and answer in the Alice Schofield interview?

The third Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett tell you he’d had sexual intercourse with Alice?”

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “He came to pick up his check this past Friday and that’s when he admitted to Raul with me present that he had sex with Alice.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras gave a different story of this past Friday

Also on Friday I worked the Alice Schofield shift, I had no reason to come back there to get my check.

The Securitas pay week was wed-tues or something they were to cheap to pay over time for weekends.

The fifth Question and Answer on the second page in the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Can you shed any light on the Brett pants situation?”

Securitas UPS Site Supervisor William Adams answer, “Brett doesn’t wear any underwear under his pant, She embarrassed him in front of Linderman on his first day.  Alice was psyched to see him, Brett saw her say hi and she turned to Josh and said, “this is Brett, he liked to get naked in the feeder lanes.” “Lindeman was siting on the counter and Alice was in between his legs hugging him when Brett came in the door.”

No one else said Alice Schofield was between Josh Lindeman’s legs.  Josh did say Alice made an unusual request for him at work.  Nor did Securitas question anyone about Alice Schofield’s position.

The fact that someone I didn’t even work with had this level of detail is just remarkable

The First Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened Friday when Brett Deveau came in on Friday to pick up his check?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answers, “He and Bill were going outside on Bill’s requested.  I told them I needed to listen to the conversation.  Bill asked, “Do you remember that day when we were talking and it came up in conversation that you said that ‘I love her?’ Well, didn’t you say you had sex with her?” Brett answered yes.”

Problems I have with this

  1. It differs from what UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said happened in his interview.
  2. Really, I went to UML, I worked for Securitas.  Raul Taveras owned his own business and William Adams collected 100% disability when he originally started for Securitas.
  3. I did not work with UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, I worked on the Alice Schofield shift.
  4. The contract was for 700 guard hours per week, their would have been at least 2 other Securitas employees that would have witnessed this conversation.

 

The Second Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did you have any conversations with Alice about her relationship with Brett?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “She said that story’s all a lie and she can prove it with her own family doctor.  Brett was helping her at the house, cleaning up the bird cages she has for her business.  She was getting volunteers off the internet, and Brett volunteered to help.  They were friendly, and then one day it just stopped. He jokes around normally, but lately its been all business with her.”

I have several problems with that answer.

  1. Who the fuck talks that way?  What could her family Doctor possible prove?
  2. There where no phone calls between myself and Alice Schofield since around August 12, 2004, no calls to baby sit, no calls to pick something up at the store, no booty calls.
  3. I never ran into any volunteers off the internet, she was a single mother.  I have a hard time buying she did that.
  4. Raul was aware she was running her mouth about the pants incident for months at least until Josh Lindeman started and he could not figure it out.

 The fourth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ask to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No. He asked me to move him to a weekend schedule.  He never told me why.  But after Lindeman came along, they clashed.  That’s when all the crazyness started.  He said that he did not want to work with him.  I had him work the rest of the week and then he never had to work with him again.”
Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield worked Mon to Fri she had a kid and did not work weekends, how is asking for a weekend schedule not asking to get moved from her schedule?

Again he knows Alice Schofield was running her mouth for months about what happened to me.

The fifth Question and Answer in the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Why didn’t he want to work with Josh?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Brett said he didn’t want to work with Lindeman because he was playing with a Gameboy on their first day together.  Also, because he takes half hour bathroom breaks.”

This answer does not match when Josh Lindeman said he whipped out his Gameboy

UPS does upto 600 trucks between 10 pm to 2AM.  UPS in Chelmsford moves 325,000 parcels into and out of that facility between 11 PM to 7 AM.  Josh Lindeman barricaded himself in the bathroom for 60 to 75 minutes to start every shift I worked with him.  30 minutes would have been a god send.

First question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “When did Brett ask you specifically that he did not to work with Alice?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “A week or two before Lindeman came, he said he didn’t want to work that shift anymore.  He never gave me a reason why.  His mood changed, and he said he wanted to work on weekends.”

 

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras now if I told Raul Taveras I did not want to work with Alice, how can he say I never asked to be moved off of Alice’s schedule?

Third question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Did Brett ever threaten to take you to court?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “Not me, Securitas, yes. Alice, Yes.”

Raul Taveras wants you to believe I threatened to take people to court but I never told him why I didn’t want to work with Alice Schofield.

Sixth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Anything else you want to tell me?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “There’s been worse that’s happened than someone playing with a Gameboy.  Chris was reading a book at the time, Brett was leaning against the wall.  There was no trucks.  I think it was jealously or something.”

First off when was this?

Why wasn’t Chris interviewed?

Who is Chris?

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield spent her night reading romance novels and calling Josh Lindeman before he started.

Seventh and eighth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you there the first time Josh came to the sight?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “No, but I heard that they hugged and were happy to see each other.  They worked together at the Post office.”

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Who told you they hugged when they saw each other?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “basically everyone on the shift.  Alice is pretty professional, so when they saw that they thought it was kind of strange.”

The only person that said they hugged was UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan investigation was so through he couldn’t even look at the schedule from the week before.

Ninth question and Answer second page of the Raul Taveras interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Do you remember Bill saying he “stayed outside so he wouldn’t kill the bitch?”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras answer, “I remember him saying he stayed outside, but I don’t remember the other part.”

You want me to believe Raul Taveras has the ability to answer this question without a last name or a time reference.

The Guard contract was for 700 hours a week, and there is over ten thousand UPS employees that work at UPS in Chelmsford or out of there.

At no other point in the interview was Raul Taveras asked 1 question about UPS Site Supervisor William Adams.

First Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard Bill Adams make unprofessional remarks about Alice Schofield?”

Joshua Lindeman gives a long winded answer.  He probably read the Incident Report him and Alice Schofield signed the day before.

No where in the incident report or Joshua Lindeman answer did he say my name, so how did Alice Schofield drop my name?

Second Question and Answer of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “What happened when you first saw Alice?”

Securitas Security Guard Floater Joshua Lindeman answer,” When I finally saw Alice, we were happy to see each other as we worked together at the USPS.  I told her about my conversation with Bill.  When Raul showed up, she told him what I told her about my conversation with Bill.”

Supervisor Alice Schofield did not talk about this conversation in her interview.  Why wouldn’t Joshua Lindeman tell Raul Taveras himself?  There was an 8 hour time lapse between when UPS Site Supervisor William Adams left and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras arrived.  There is no mention about Alice Schofield being in between Josh Lindeman legs hugging him that UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said occurred.

Third Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Were you playing a gameboy?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “Yes. My second day, because I realized there was dead time during the end of the shift.  I never played it when trucks were there.”

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said he whipped his Gameboy out on 1st day.

fourth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you heard any other rumors about sexual relations at the facility?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answer, “No. Only when Bill made reference to Alice and the employee that she had tagged.”

Where did Alice Schofield get my name in her interview?  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams said in his interview he had a conversation with me about 3 weeks ago, then later on when it got back to her 3 weeks later he wrote him up.  Why doesn’t Josh have any recollection of that?

fifth Question and Answer 2nd page of the Josh Lindeman Interview

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan asks, “Have you witnessed Alice yelling at other employees?”

Security Guard Josh Lindeman answered, “Not really.  She doesn’t raise her tone, but she does tell us to do things that I’m not used to.  We’ve had conversations that have risen, but not yelling.  Just getting into the conversations.”

What did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ask Josh Lindeman to do that he’s not used to?

By this point he was at UPS in Chelmsford 8 days.

Joshua Lindeman did not say anywhere in his interview he called Alice Schofield.  I strongly believe the two of them had a relationship on some level.  The government can look up phone history then compare it to all the underlined points Securitas made in their exhibits.

Alice Schofield’s outcome letter

With all the outcome letters some sections where definitely copy paste.

I would like to look at the first paragraph of Alice Schofield outcome letter

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 3rd paragraph of the Alice Schofield outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

My Outcome Letter – first paragraph

 

Securitas HR Kevin Phelan stated, “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by Alice Schofield.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 Incident report 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

Securitas did not reference 1 daily activity report, 1 surveillance tape, they did not interview 1 guard that worked on the William Adams shift, they did not interview the majority of people that worked on the Alice Schofield shift.

They made up a story that cannot be true about William Adams and decided to write every single person up.

How Alice Schofield got my name by the time dated on the interview is a mystery to me looking at the exhibits.

The Alice Schofield interview on October 25, 2004, does not factually match the incident report she signed on October 26, 2004.

I would also like to look at the 4rd paragraph of my outcome letter

Securitas HR Manager Kevin Phelan states, “Securitas takes all allegations of harassment and retaliation seriously, and is committed to investigating and resolving these issues.  If you experience behavior by any Securitas associate, or other agent of the company, which you believe is a violation of Company policy, please contact me immediately.  We are committed to maintaining a productive work environment free from unlawful harassment or retaliation of any kind.”
If they were so serious why didn’t the following list of people get interviewed, John Clark, Chris Boucher, Martha Shaw, Steve Straitt, Frank Layes, Jocasta Yinniping, G. Yepez,

Securitas did not reference any daily activity reports

Securitas did not reference any surveillance tapes

Securitas did not reference any work schedules

Securitas did not interview 1 UPS employee

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams was never specifically asked about saying, “I worked outside all night so I wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  But they did ask Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras about that exact quote without using a last name or time reference.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras did not even agree on the magical Friday I came in to pick up my check

I would now like to look at the William Adams Outcome letter 1st paragraph

Kevin Phelan stated “Securitas has concluded its investigation into your allegations of inappropriate conversations about you by William Adams.  All relevant witnesses have been interviewed.  After reviewing the all the information, we do have sufficient facts to substantiate your claim of inappropriate comments in the workplace.”

Where in the William Adams interview, did William report anything related to Inappropriate conversations.

He said he was scared shit of G. Yepez and they never even interviewed G. Yepez.

I am not saying he didn’t get question on, but actually reported it.

I would know like to look at the Employment Standards acknowledgment

Securitas took the time to underline 3 points.

  1. “I agree to cooperate with the Company and its clients in any investigation requested by Securitas. I will voluntarily participate in any investigation, interview or any other test or procedure requested by management.”

I was interviewed by Securitas, I am not going to deny that.  About 2 weeks after MCAD Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras asked if I would go down to HR and answer questions about Alice Schofield.  I told him everything I had to say I told MCAD.  With an open legal argument I was content in collecting unemployment if they fired me.

  1. “Securitas’ policy prohibits romantic, sexual relationships, or any other relationship which creates a potential conflict of interest, discord, or distraction that interfere with workplace productivity.”

Throughout the Securitas story they tried to argue I was in a relationship with Alice, expressing my undying love for her and going off about the legendary sex.  Look I was not even calling Alice Schofield but you know who was? Josh Lindeman.  Really Josh Lindeman gets strattled by Alice Schofield and hugged by Alice Schofield which both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras says occurred.  That someone does not violate this section, bull shit.

  1. “I agree to conduct myself in a professional manner at all times. Profanity, facially or sexually charged or explicit jokes or language, or any form of violence or threat of violence while on post or while employed will not be tolerated.”

Raul Taveras stated in his interview everyone laughed at me.  UPS Site Supervisor William Adams called G. Yepez “a piece of shit” Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield agreed with him.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was questioned on the following phrase, “Bill Adams said he worked outside all night so he wouldn’t kill that bitch.”  How does that not violate this section.

I would now like to look at their policy Against harassment and discrimination

How did Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield behavior not violate?

-“Verbal harassment of a sexual nature, lewd comment, sexual jokes or references, or offensive personal references”

-“Demeaning, insulting, intimidating or sexual suggestive comments about an individual’s personal appearance”

Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield ran her mouth about what happened to me for 2 months and that is what they admitted to.

Next I would like to look at Discipline and termination guidelines.

Securitas underlined two points 2, and 20

  1. “Illegal discrimination or harassment”.

According to their own policy they should have fired her on the spot.

  1. “Willful or repeated violation of Company code of business ethics, it is sexual harassment policy or other forms of unlawful discrimination.”

My immediate supervisor made fun about what happened to me, she was a member of the opposite sex.  She should have been fired on the spot.

 

Job Description questions

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description in MCAD Docket Number 04BEM03042, Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Sherry K Pinchak did submit in 06BEM01793

I would like to argue since Laura A. Wilson did not submit a job description that Laura A Wilson committed fraud.

My Securitas coworkers did not preform their job descriptions while I was there, this could have caused a hostile work environment for me.  After all Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield got made fun of for trying to follow policy in her opinion. After all it was clearly stated that Alice Schofield would write everything up.

Under Essential Functions I would like to quote the following

Point 1.,“Controls access to client facility through the admittance process, assists visitors with a legimate need to gain entry to the facility, screens visitors and client employees in an efficient manner in order to expedite thei admittance to the facility.”

.Point 4, “Monitors entrances and exits, prevents unapproved or unlawful entry, controls entrances, the movement of people and vechicles, and parking, operates a gate and examines vehicle contents; monitors remote entrances using closed circuit television; operates remote access devices; in a calim manner directs person who cause a disturbance to leave the property.”

Point 7. “Prepares logs or reports as required for site; writes or types reports or enters information in a computer using standard grammer; inspects security control logs and takes action as required.”

Point 8. “observes and reports incidents or suspicious activity to client representatives , company management, life/safety personal or public safety authorities as appropriate for the circumstances and/or as required by the site.”

Point 10. “Acts to ensure that all property removal is conducted within appropriate policy requirements and in accord with client standards, identifies client products or materials among items carried by client employees or visitors.”

Now looking at those 4 points, Securitas guards did not do their job during the week.  Michelle Ahern walked out with about a dozen or two dozens boxes of prescription drugs from IWP.  Michelle Ahern stole from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, from November 04 to June 06.  If the Securitas did their job she would have never been able to do that.

Securitas guards I worked with violated multiple points of the basic job descrtiption.  It might help explain why Securitas Senior employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson did not submit a copy of the job description.

Michelle Ahern did not start stealing from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, until I switched to a weekend shift.  UPS does not offer package handling shifts on the weekends.

The following is from Securitas Legal response to MCAD in MCAD Docket Number 06BEM01793

The following is the second paragraph of an introduction under Dear. Ms. Hope:

Securitas stated, “This information is submitted without prejudice to additional facts, theories, or legal arguments that Respondent may advance at some subsequent stage of any proceeding relating to this charge. This information is produced solely in response to this charge and is not to be used for any other matter”

Securitas made up their interviews from only the memories of their own employees, they did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, or reference any surveillance tapes.  Securitas did not interview any UPS employees, or even interview all the Securitas employees that where there on July 24, 2006.

I would like to argue that part of Section is false statement, and it was also submitted under an oath of perjury.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 1 Sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There was no discrimination based on retaliation or for any other unlawful reason.”

The Securitas guards assigned at the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford, MA.  Did not do their day to day job description functions as assigned by their own job description.  I was targeted by Raul Taveras when he saw me.  In Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, Michelle confessed to throwing away IWP boxes on her ride home from work.  In order to get from the UPS main package handling facility to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks that Securitas guards where assigned to.  Since Michelle Ahern stole close to $100,000 worth of prescription drugs Securitas guards did not even search people that passed through the guard shack.

Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from UPS in Chelmsford MA from November 2004 to June 2006, the time period of the alleged MCAD investigation was from November 2004 to May 2006.

Note: The Michelle Ahern story I read in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it was written by Lowell Sun court reporter Lisa Redmond.  I tried contacting Lisa she was unavailable for comment.

If there was no discrimination why was I targeted by Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras during a UPS open house.

Section I Summary of employer’s Position Paragraph I last two sentences

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s employment with the Company was not terminated.  Claimant quit his employment with the Company in August of 2005.”

From the Police Report dated July 24, 2006, at 407 PM, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told the responding police officers, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Granted I do agree with what Securitas wrote with these 2 sentences, but it does not match what Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told responding police officers.  According to MGL Chapter 268 Section I, I do not have to prove which statement is false just that both cannot be true.

Also I was not working for Securitas at the time of the complaint, so Summary of employer position is also false.  I was collecting unemployment in July of 2006.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 1

Securitas states, “At the end of July 2006, Claimant was found trespassing on the UPS client site and taking unauthorized pictures of the grounds.”

The responding Police Officer never questioned me about trespassing.  No surveillance tapes where ever handed over to the police or MCAD.  If I was trespassing why didn’t Securitas just hand over the tapes.

According to the Lisa Redmond court report in the Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern case, the Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff had UPS surveillance tapes in that case from the United Parcel Service in Chelmsford Ma.  According to the Lisa Redmond article Michelle Ahern was caught on tape.

Despite UPS being recorded Securitas made no attempt to hand over those surveillance tapes.

On July 24, 2006, around 4PM, I attended a UPS open house.  By attending a UPS open house during the time period UPS posted in the Lowell Sun, Sunday July 23, 2006, I was invited to UPS and was not trespassing.

I was collecting unemployment from the commonwealth of Massachusetts attending an open house for a business that was hiring.

There is no mention of the open house UPS was having in July 2006 anywhere in the response statement written by Sherry K Pinchak.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “When Claimant refused to leave, the security officers on duty did their job, and called the police.”
I disagree, I left when Security Officer Raymond Woodman asked me to, or I would have been there when responding police officers arrived.

On June 16, 2015, responding police officers from several towns arrived at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.

So it is possible the Billerica Police could have responded sooner.

If I did not leave when asked I would have been there when police arrived.

Section I Summary of Employer’s Position Paragraph 2, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “While he alleges discrimination based on retaliation for filing a previous MCAD claim, his claims have no merit.”

Look Securitas called the police on me during a UPS open house.  I really doubt I was the only non UPS employee there that day.

Securitas did not submit any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, to support their made up story.  Securitas did not even submit a copy of the responding police officer’s report which they could have got for $1.

Securitas never told MCAD or the responding police officers, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was indeed my former supervisor. Raul Taveras was my listed supervisor on my counseling and corrective actions report that was handed in by Securitas in my previous MCAD complaint.

I knew 5 out of the 7 people Securitas used in their story, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor, arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt was a Security Guard when I worked with him, Security Guard Ray Woodman was also a coworker of mine when I worked there.  Securitas also quoted Lost Prevention Supervisors Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga who both worked for UPS when I was a guard at UPS.  Also in the Ray Woodman interview Ray speaks of me yelling at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Would those 5 people have acted that way according to Securitas if I did not know them?

Section II Company Background

Look I did some research before ever filing 1 legal action at the United States District Courts.  The company background section does not match the history section posted on their web site which is http://www.securitas.com/us/en/.

There is no mention of Securitas AB anywhere within what they submitted to MCAD in either claim.

It is not what they said is false, it is what they said is a partial truth which is a false statement.

I attached some screen shots I took of that website I am submitting with this complaint.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 1 sentences 2 and 3

Securitas states, In May 2004, Claimant received 5% salary increase.  Clearly, there was no discrimination.”

Why did they add that last sentence, would the second sentence not have been enough?

First off the raise I got was 2.5% not 5%, if it was 5% that would be more true.  My pay went from $10/hour to $10.25 an hour.

Securitas Guard Eddie Maldendo and his customers all got a raise to at least $10.50/hour

I tried arguing how much crime occurred at UPS in Chelmsford MA, while I was there see Brett Deveau v. Chelmsford Police Department, and Brett Deveau v. Michael J. Sullivan, United States District Attorney, Boston District.  Both were filed at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse, United States District Courts.

Thanks to the Lowell Sun, court reporter Lisa Redmond, I can now add, Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.

The only way Michelle Ahern, walked through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at with boxes of prescription drugs is if Securitas guards did not do their jobs at all, or some of them got a cut to look the other way.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “In October 2004, a ladder fell from a truck accidentally tearing Claimant’s pants off leaving Claimant naked from the waist down.  He alleged that other employees made light of this and alleged this to be sexual harassment.”

First off, in the first MCAD complaint Securitas stated in their response it happened in August of 2004.

Secondly, I handed MCAD a copy of my outcome letter when I filed my first MCAD complaint, in Securitas response in my first MCAD complaint Securitas also handed MCAD an outcome letter of their investigation.  So, I didn’t have to allege shit.  It was a fact that other people made fun of me.

Thirdly, no where in Securitas first response to MCAD did they say I was naked from the waist down.

Fourthly, Julian Oliveras had full knowledge of what happened to me in the feeder lanes and I never worked with him.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 4

Securitas stated, “On December 3, 2004, Claimant filed a claim of sexual harassment with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination  which was dismissed in May 2006.”

I filed my first MCAD complaint on November 9, 2004.

Section III Overview of Claimant’s Work History Paragraph 5

Securitas stated, “:In August 2005, Claimant quit his employment with the Company.”

I do not disagree with that statement, but it does not match what they told responding police officers on July 24, 2006 at 407 PM, Chelmsford Police Officer Christopher Zaher stated, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

Why did they not tell that to responding police officers?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 1

Securitas stated, “Around July 24, 2006, at 4:00 PM, Claimant was seen taking pictures of and walking around the grounds of the UPS client site.”

First off, it was on July 24, 2006 around 4PM.  Secondly I was unemployed in July 2006, Securitas was not my employer.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 2

Securitas stated, “He was an unauthorized visitor.”

I do not understand how someone collecting unemployment, showing up within the time period of a company hiring during an open house, is an unauthorized visitor.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 3

Securitas stated, “Claimant had never mentioned to the security officers on duty that he was applying for a job at UPS.”

Really, if I never mentioned that to my former supervisor, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras how did he know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  The company I left Securitas for because I wanted out of there so bad was Target, from August of 2005 to October 2005 I worked the overnight sort at target in Nashua, NH, which I assume would be similar to unloading a truck for UPS.  Raul stated in his interview submitted with this made up story I got laid off from Benchmark Electronics.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 1, sentence 4

Securitas stated, “Of note, the UPS Human Resources Department is across the street and in a separate building that is not in view of the Company security officers.”

Look to the best of my knowledge that statement is true, but Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said in his interview I did not go near the Human Resources building.  MGL Ch. 268 Section 1, states I do not have to prove which statement is fraudulent.  That statement does not match their exhibits.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 2

Securitas stated, “In the beginning of august 2006, Claimant filed a complaint with the Company stating that the security personal on duty had allegedly prevented him from applying for work at UPS because they had knowledge of a previous claim of discrimination that was filed on December 3, 2004.”

I filed a claim at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on July 25, 2006, I never filed a claim at their offices.  In August of 2006 they would have gotten my Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint in the mail.

Securitas admitted they called the police on me, so how does accusing me of trespassing not prevent me from applying for work?

Also my first claim was filed on November 9, 2004, not on December 3, 2004.

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “Valerie Kerin, Human Resources Manager conducted a prompt and throughout investigation. No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.  The investigation showed the following:”

Valerie Kerin, did not use any daily activity reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not use any Incident Reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not reference any surveillance reports in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not get a copy of the police report in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview any UPS employees in her investigation

Valerie Kerin did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there in her investigation, in the Ray Woodman interview he speaks of arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt, which really must have pissed Ray off Steve was on probation when I worked with him, either way Steve Straitt was not interviewed.  Also in the Raymond Woodman interview, Ray Woodman said I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera who was also never interviewed.

Valerie Kerin did leave out, that Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras was my former supervisor and Ray Woodman was a former coworker

Valerie Kerin legendary investigation was done by using only the memories of their employees.

Valerie Kerin did not interview Securitas employees Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera who were both named in the Ray Woodman interview.

The Securitas interviews where signed 17 days after they called the police on my ass.

I would like the argue that entire statement is fraudulent

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 4, 3rd and 4th sentence of that paragraph

Securitas stated, “There was no evidence that Claimant was job searching at UPS, when he was seen taking pictures of the UPS client site.  There was no evidence that Claimant was prevented from job seeking at UPS or that he was subjected to discriminatory treatment when he trespassed on UPS property.”

Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes or police reports when creating there story.

If there was no evidence I was job seeking how did Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics.  The company I worked for right after Securitas was Target in Nashua, NH.

They freely accused me of trespassing during a UPS open house, how did that not prevent me from looking for work?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 5 does not match Paragraph 7

Paragraph 5 Securitas Stated, “Security Officer Julian Oliveras saw Claimant taking pictures. Security Officer Julian Oliveras was instructed by Account Manager Raul Taveras to inform Claimant that he could not take pictures without authorization and that he would need to leave the property.  Claimant then stated that, “if you do call the police, tell them how you saw my bare ass!” He stated that he would “sue the Company again for sexual harassment that the Company owns half of UPS, and he would sue for 20 million dollars”.”

Now if you compare that bullshit paragraph to what they typed 2 paragraphs later

Paragraph 7 Securitas stated, “Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that he saw Claimant walking towards the guard house taking pictures.  Claimant stated that he wanted to show the “public” what the Company did to him.  Account Manager Raul Taveras told Claimant that he was trespassing and that he did not have permission to take pictures.  Account Manager Raul Taveras admits to calling the police as Claimant emotional state was agitated.   Claimant was angry, and he was shaking and waving his hands in the air.  Account Manager Raul Taveras stated that Claimant had never mentioned applying or filing out an application for UPS.”

Now in paragraph 5, Securitas wants you to believe Account Manager Raul Taveras ordered Julian Oliveras and I would need to leave.  There is nothing about me walking towards the guard house or having a conversation with Raul Taveras.

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?  Unless they can answer that, Securitas told a partial truth in their story which is fraud.
There is no mention about my anger or rage in the police report, or me waving my hands in the air.

If all that was true, why didn’t they submit any of the perfectly working surveillance tapes?

Section IV Employers Reason for Action taken Paragraph 6

Securitas stated, “Security Officer Raymond Woodman stated that he also observed Claimant taking pictures of the client site.  He stated that he saw the Claimant was excited and yelling.  Security Officer Raymond Woodman denies ever hearing the Claimant was filling out an application for UPS.”

Raymond Woodman stated I yelled at Julian Rivera who was not even interviewed.

Section V in their response

Look there is a lot of rich material in this section.

I was not a Securitas employee in July of 2006, the Alert line was not an option I had.

According to Securitas own policies, as they highlighted in their own exhibits.  It is against Securitas policy to discuss a Securitas matter with UPS.  With that I doubt Securitas had 1 conversation with anyone from UPS, including both phone conversations they said occurred.

I do not understand the relevance of this section, I was unemployed in July of 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 1.

The first non bold paragraph

Securitas states, “The Company denies knowledge that Claimant was on the UPS client site seeking employment. As discussed in more detail in Section IV, the UPS Human Resources Department is at another location.  Claimant was found on the UPS client site taking unauthorized pictures.  Of note, it is one function of the security officer to prevent unauthorized visitors on the client site.”

How did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Human Resources building is across the street from the guard shacks, UPS keeps a copy of the HR Building keys at the guard shacks.  There is very little if any package handling jobs at the UPS HR Building.  In order to get to the main package handling building you have to pass through the guard shacks.

Again, they want to say I did all this, they did not submit 1 surveillance tape.
Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 2.

Securitas stated, “Securitas did not prevent Claimant from filing out a UPS application.  The UPS Human resources department was across the street.”

Securitas called the police on my ass, according to them they had multiple phone conversations with UPS employees.  Now, if that was true how would I be not trespassing at UPS HR Building, and considered trespassing at UPS.

Securitas called the police on my ass, and prevented me.

I would like to argue point 2 is false.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 3.

Securitas stated, “Claimant is misrepresenting the facts.  As discussed in more detail in Section IV, Claimant was trespassing on private property.  He had no authorization to “get a feel for the environment”. UPS applicants go to the Human Resources Building located across the street, and do not wander around the client site taking unauthorized pictures.  It was only when Claimant became agitated and irrational, that the security officers on duty called the police.  They were just doing their job..”

Fun facts to show how much BS went into that paragraph.

  1.  In July of 2006, I was collecting unemployment for quitting Benchmark Electronics.  In December of 2005, Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas guard at Benchmark Electronics plowed the parking lots.  It is why I wanted to get a feel for the environment.
  2. UPS on July 24, 2006 was having an open house until 5PM, the Chelmsford Police arrived at 407 PM.
  3. If I was hired by UPS, I would have to pass through the guard shacks Securitas guards worked at, at least twice per day.
  4. There was no mention of me being agitated and irrational anywhere in the police report.
  5. If there story was true why did they not just submit the surveillance tapes.  In the article in the Lowell Sun, September 5, 2006, it speaks of Michelle Ahern being caught on tape.  At the very same UPS I was at.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS was in June 2006.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 4.

Securitas stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation of sexual harassment (MCAD #04BEM0304) was dismissed.  The Company does not retaliate against applicants, employees or former employees who choose to file complaints, either through MCAD or internally through the Company.  Claimant’s complaint was investigated by Valerier Kerin, Human Resources Manager who conducted a prompt and throughout investigation in August of 2006 (see Exhibit 5- Investigative notes).  No evidence was found to support Claimant’s allegations.”

Several problems I have with that paragraph

  1. After I filed my first MCAD complaint my work week went from 40 hours a week to 16 hours a week.
  2. Every single person I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift including Alice Schofield was no longer with Securitas less than 3 weeks after my scheduled MCAD conference.  Alice Schofield’s last day was March 3, 2005.
  3. I never complained to Securitas directly, on July 25,2006, I filed with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  4. Securitas did not use any daily activity reports, incident reports, surveillance tapes, or police reports in their investigation.
  5. In the Securitas job description that was submitted as an exhibit, you can read about all the report writing their guards are required to do.
  6. Securitas did not interview all the Securitas employees that where there that day, or any UPS employees.
  7. The Securitas interviews are signed 17 days after they called the police on me.
  8. Securitas story of that day does not match the police report.

Securitas lied their asses off about ever doing an investigation.  The lack of material they with held is obstruction of justice.

Section VI Answers to Charges Point by Point, point 5

Securitas Stated, “Claimant’s previous allegation filed in December 2004 had nothing to do with the current actions of the three security officers that were on duty at the client site in July 2006.   There was no retaliation.   Claimant trespassed on client property and took unauthorized pictures of the client site.   He was asked to leave.  He did not.   He became agitated and irrational.  The security officers called the police.  The security guards statements indicated that they had no knowledge that Claimant was applying for a position with UPS.   The guards did not prevent Claimant from walking across the street to apply for a position at UPS.  They did do their job and prevented Claimant from trespassing on the UPS grounds.”

I have several complaints with that paragraph

  1. My previous complaint was filed on November 9, 2004, not in December 2004.
  2. I knew 2 out of 3 Security Guards that were interviewed and 3 out of 4 that were talked about.  Raul Taveras was the only member of Securitas interviewed in both complaints.  Because he was interviewed in both complaints it may have influenced his actions.
  3. It was my former supervisor Raul Taveras that called the police on me during a UPS open house.  They did not submit 1 surveillance tape, incident report, or daily activity report to support their made up story.
  4. I was attending a UPS open house on July 24, 2006, the police arrived at 407 PM, which is 53 minutes before the open house ended.
  5. If I was asked to leave and did not, I would have been there when police arrived, so they outright lied.
  6. There is no mention of my agitation and rage anywhere in the police report.
  7. The Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report there are several differences between the two.
  8. Now Securitas called the police on me and accused me of trespassing, according to their story Raymond Woodman and Raul Taveras both had phone conversations with UPS, you really expect me to believe if that occurred their UPS HR office would have held the doors open for me?
  9. If they had no knowledge of me looking for work, how did they know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?
  10. If they did their job they would have produced daily activity reports, incident reports and surveillance tapes, the joy of report writing can be found in the Securitas job description exhibit.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 1

Securitas stated, “There is no evidence whatsoever to support Claimant’s allegation of unlawful discrimination based upon retaliation or for any other reason.”

If there is no evidence, why is there no daily activity reports, incident reports or surveillance tapes, or police report.

Why did Securitas only interview 3 out of the 5 Securitas employees they talked about, and ZERO UPS employees?

Securitas told 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers.

Securitas never stated Raul Taveras was my former supervisor anywhere in their story.

There was plenty of evidence it was not collected.

According to Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had full knowledge UPS in Chelmsford was recorded and still refused to collect surveillance tapes.  Michelle Ahern according to the story written by Lisa Redmond was caught on tape.  Michelle Ahern last days at UPS in Chelmsford was roughly 1 month before Securitas accused me of trespassing at the very same place.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 2

Securitas stated, “Claimant was clearly distraught that he was not allowed to trespass on the UPS client site.”

I was asked to leave during a UPS open house, while collecting unemployment.

If this was true where are the surveillance tapes?

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 3        

Securitas stated, “There was nobody at Securitas who prevented Claimant from seeking employment at UPS.”

My former Supervisor Raul Taveras called the police on me.  According to Securitas they had multiple phone conversations with UPS.  I doubt the UPS HR Office would have held the doors open for me.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 1 sentence 4

Securitas stated, “The Security guards on duty at the time frame in question were just doing their job.”

Securitas generated a made up story they refused to even submit surveillance tapes.

My first MCAD Complaint was open from November 2004 to May 2006 during that time those very same Securitas guards allowed Michelle Ahern to walk out with 1 to 2 dozen boxes of prescription drugs with an estimated value of around $250,000.  Michelle Ahern confessed to throwing out everything but the percocets.  The percocets she stole had a value of $70,000.  In order for Michelle Ahern to get the boxes to her car she had to walk through the same guard shacks Raul Taveras worked at.

The Michelle Ahern case is 1 reason Securitas did not hand over the tapes.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 2

Securitas states, “Company policy prohibits retaliation, threatened reprisal, or imposing retribution on an applicant or employee or any other individual who chooses to file an internal complaint or an agency charge.  Any alleged harm is due to Claimant’s own actions.”

Right with ZERO Daily Activity reports submitted

With ZERO incident reports submitted

With ZERO surveillance tapes submitted

With ZERO police reports submitted

With ZERO UPS employees interviewed

With not even 100% Securitas interviewed, in the Raymond Woodman interview he speaks of Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera neither of which where interviewed, according to Ray I really laid into Julian Rivera.

With Securitas not even checking UPS employees going out to there car such as Michelle Ahern.

Securitas does not give a shit about their legendary policies.

Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras told 1 story to responding police officers and another in his MCAD interview, which is obstruction of justice and privacy law.  I do not see how that is because of my actions.

Section VII Conclusion and Request for Dismissal Paragraph 3

Securitas stated, “This allegation is a frivolous charge and we respectfully request that this charge be dismissed as unsubstantiated in law or in fact.  If you require any additional information please do not hesitate to contact me.”

With holding of evidence from a police investigation is a crime.

Telling 1 story to MCAD and another to responding police officers is a crime.

With holding of key facts, is obstruction of justice.

If anyone from MCAD went down to UPS in Chelmsford, they would have known there is no way on god’s green earth Raymond Woodman could see me interacting with Raul Taveras at the other guard shack.

So unsubstantiated in law or fact I would like to argue is false.

I would now like to look at the Bullshit exhibits they submitted

The following is from the Julian Oliveras interview

Julian Oliveras Interview before the 1st question

Julian stated, “I saw Brett Deveau on site taking pictures.  Raul (Taveras, Manager) told me to tell Brett he couldn’t be taking pictures without authorization, and would have to leave the property.  When I said that to him, he flipped out.  He said “If you do call the police, tell them everything.  Tell them you saw my bare ass and _______.”

“He said he was going to sue Securitas again for sexual harassment.  He said Securitas owns half of UPS, that he was suing for 20 million dollars.”

The memory the detail, all those exact quotes.  I am truly impressed.

Did you know this interview was signed 17 days after they called the police on me.

Why was the interview done on August 2, 2006, and signed on August 10, 2006, does that make any sense?

What happened to the joy of report writing, no daily activity reports or incident report.

The best is if you compare this to all the interviews in the first MCAD complaint I had, all those interviews started with a question in all these interviews the guards are reporting something.

Does it not seem like he should have been question on do you remember on such and such date?

That answer, that detail, it sounds like there is a question missing.

After that wonderful adlib the first question of the interview is asked.

The Following is the first question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “How would you characterize his emotional state?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “He was very excited and confident about suing.  He said he was going to win this time.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the second question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “Did you see him taking photos?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “Yes.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.

The Following is the third question and answer in the interview

Interviewer Valerie Kerin stated, “What was he taking photos of?”

Interviewee Julian Olveras stated, “The CCTV cameras, and the feeder lanes where the pants incident happened.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

I really like the detail.  Did you know, no where in the police report did Securitas tell the police I was taking pictures of the CCTV.  He also knew about the pants incident, and I never even worked with Julian, nice to see they are still running their mouth about it.

The Following is the fourth question and answer in the interview

“Did you see him fill out an application?”

“no”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

The Following is the fifth question and answer in the interview

“Did he say he was filling out an application, or there for an interview?”

“no.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes

Just exactly how did Raul Taveras know I worked at Benchmark Electronics?

The Following is the sixth question and answer in the interview

“What would you have done if this was a stranger?”

“I would have done the same thing they can’t take photos and they can’t be on property.”

Just amazing the memory.  No reports, no surveillance tapes.  Considering this was during a UPS open house do you really expect me to believe I was the only non UPS employee there?
With the exception of the intro, where it looks like a question is missing none of the answers Julian gave looks like there was a question missing.

His interview does not match the other interviews.

I would now like to look at the Raymond Woodman interview

Raymond Woodman interview – intro

“Raul (Taveras, Manager) phoned me and told me Brett was on site. I saw Brett coming down the road and he went by the guard shack and went into the 1st parking lot.  I observed him there taking photos of the trailers, cameras, guard house.”

“I called Jason R(Raplarga.  UPS Client representative).  And he said, to tell him he does not have authorization to be on the property or to take photos.  When I told him (Brett), he said, “ok well, I’m leaving anyways.”

“Julian (Rivera) was on his way coming down the road for shift change and he stopped and talked to Brett.  I could see that Brett was yelling and excited.”

What I really love about Ray Woodman intro is the memory the detail and it was done without reports, or use of surveillance camera.

Now if I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera, why the fuck was Julian not even interviewed?  The Julian that was interviewed was Julian Oliveras.

Securitas wants you to believe they did an investigation and I yelled my ass off at someone they did not even interview.

Raymond Woodman interview – 1st question and answer

“Did he ever mention an application or interview?”

“No, not to me.  The applications aren’t filled out there, HR is across the Road at #90.  We are at 87 Brick Kiln Rd.”

Now imagine if Raul Taveras had this piece of knowledge in his interview, he is clueless about the #90 building.  But at least the answer matches the question.

Still no mention of UPS open house, and he allegedly talked to Jason Raplarga.

Raymond Woodman interview – 2nd question and answer

“Did you ever see him go there?”

“No, its to far (to see)”

“When Julian came to relieve me, I noticed that the PD was there with Raul and Steve Straitt (supervisor)

I don’t know what to say an honest answer in the first part.  But what there is an adlib.  The adlib must have really pissed Ray off.  When I worked with Steve Straitt he was making $8.50 an hour he was on probation for downloading an printing porn when he worked at HP, he started UPS on probation.  What does the second statement have to do with the original question?

Raymond Woodman interview – 3rd question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“no”

Valerie Kerin wants me to believe she did an investigation.

In the Raymond Woodman interview he spoke of 2 different Securitas employees that were not even interviewed Steve Straitt and Julian Rivera.  In Securitas response to MCAD it speaks of 3 Securitas employees being there, that is false compared to the Raymond Woodman interview.

 

Now I would like to look at the Raul Taveras interview

Raul Taveras interview – Intro

Raul stated, “I saw Brett walking towards me at the guard house.  He said he was taking pcitures because he is going public.  He said ”I’m going to say what UPS and Securitas and Kevin Phelan did to me.””

“I said ok, but you can’t be on site and have to have permission from UPS to take pictures.  He said ok, I’ll just walk this way.  I saw him walk off and then called the PD because he was really emotional and not thinking straight , I called the PD in case he did not want to go.  I didn’t want any guards to get hurt.”

Just an amazing memory Raul Taveras must have, with no daily activity reports, inciden reports or surveillance cameras.

Now why does that no match the Julian Oliveras interview, there is no mention of him ordering Julian to interact with me.

Both the Raul Taveras and Julian Oliveras interviews cannot be true when compared to each other.

Also it seems like there is a question mission, what caused Raul to recite that story.  Although the missing question is a theme throughout the interview.

Raul Taveras interview 1st question and answer

“What do you mean emotional?”

“shaking hands, very angry, his hands were waving, he was agitated and tense, he had this weird laugh , and was definitely getting more angry.”

“Then I called Ray (Woodman) and he said he was there taking pictures.  I told Julina who was there, and at shift change I told him to tell him had to leave.”

“Jason Raplarga and Mark (Our client at UPS) said if he shows up again, tell him to get off the property and call the PD.  The PD spoke to the client on the phone.”

Now as Honorable Judge Lynn C. Rooney can probably testify to when I get pissed off I “sing”  I do not have this weird laugh.

I sang such melodies at the Lowell Courthouse as, Burn it to the ground by Nickleback, No more Mr. nice guy by Alice Cooper, Would I lie to you and Missionary man by the Eurythemics.

But looking at Raul Taveras does the first paragraph not answer the question?

After that it seems adlibbed filler.  What does calling Raul or conversations with Jason or Mark have anything to do with the question.

To the best of my knowledge Jason Raplarga and Mark Kelly were both Lost Preventions supervisors at UPS and worked different shifts, if they answer honestly I would ask this office to show UPS clemency.

As for the PD spoke to the client over the phone, there is no mention of that call anywhere in the police report.

But the different paragraphs would make more sense to me if they had questions assigned to them.

Don’t you worry I got so much on UPS if you seriously went after UPS they would settle.

Raul Taveras interview 2nd question and answer

“Did he ever mention that he was there for an interview or an application?”

“No.”

“After he left us, he was working for Benchmark and we do security for them too.  He was laid off from Benchmark.  He said I’m going to tell them how the benchmark security officers are still harassing him.”

To me the no answer, answers the question.  Why would he break into the Benchmark thing.

After I left Securitas the 1st company I worked for was Target in Nashua, NH, I did the overnight sort from August of 2005 to October of 2005.  After that I worked for Benchmark.

No company has a lay off for 1 fucking person, I left Benchmark because the Securitas guards turned my car into a fucking snowbank.  Securitas plowed the parking lots at Benchmark.

What I love is the rich detail of this answer, according to the police report, the responding police officer was lucky to get my name from Raul.

Raul Taveras interview 3rd question and answer

“Did he go near HR at all?”

“No.  I don’t know about the #90 building.”

Again I felt the No answer answered the question.  Would you like to know the address for the UPS HR building?  Its 90 Brick Kiln Road, even Ray Woodman knew this in his interview.

It is posted on the UPS Sexual Harassment policy which was posted in both guard shacks and throughout the facility as required by law.

Raul Taveras interview 4th question and answer

“Is there anything else you would like to add?”

“No.”

The Raul Taveras does not match the Julian Oliveras interview or the Raymond Woodman interview.

Within the same interview he gives 2 different answers why the police were called, in one response he stated he called the police because of my emotional state, in another part of the interview he said he called the police per the order of UPS.

Raul Taveras interview does not match the police report.

Now I would like to look at the Police Report written by responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher.

 

 

The Police report sentence 1

Officer Zaher wrote, “On Monday, 7/24/06 at 1607 hrs. I, OFC Zaher while on Patrol in Car 1, was dispatched to 87 Brick Kiln Road (UPS) for an unwanted male.”

If you not the exact date, it is not something Securitas used anywhere in their story.  Also the time, it is within the time period of the UPS open house.  87 Brick Kiln Road, is where both MCAD complaints occurred, and where Michelle Ahern worked.

The Police Report sentence 2

Officer Zaher wrote, “Upon arrival I spoke with security officer Raul Taveras who stated that a Brett Deveau a former employee had been on the property and when asked to leave original told them he didn’t have to.”

Look on July 24, 2006, UPS was having an open house until 5PM, I was at UPS within the time period of the open house.

What is missing is all the anger and rage Securitas said I had its no where to be found.

The Police Report sentence 3

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had been fired over a year ago and has threatened to sue UPS as well as Securitas and hadn’t been seen for about a year.”

The type and time of the termination I received is not accurate and did not even match what Securtias told the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Now if I have been fired over 1 year ago, how then was not seen for about 1 year?

The Police Report sentence 4

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated today he saw Brett taking pictures of the gates and he began to walk down towards the employee parking area’s.”

That does not match what Raul Taveras stated in his interview, Raul stated in his interview I was full of anger and rage and he called the police as my temper rose.

The Police Report sentence 5

Officer Zaher wrote, “Raul stated Brett had since left on foot towards Brick Kiln road.”

Look I parked my car at the UPS HR parking lot which is across the street.  Which is towards Brick Kiln Road.  There is nothing in his interview about me walking towards Brick Kiln Road.

The Police Report sentence 6

Officer Zaher wrote, “I advised Raul to have UPS send a no trespassing letter to brett and he stated he would let UPS know about the incident.”

Raul Taveras said in his interview the police called UPS over the phone.  It could explain why I never got a no trespassing letter.

The Police Report sentence 7

Officer Zaher wrote, “I checked the area for Brett but was unable to locate him and the only information provided to me by Raul was Brett’s name and the he lived somewhere in Billerica.”

Really, my former Supervisor Raul Taveras was an encyclopedia of knowledge about me in his interview he even was aware I worked at Benchmark Electronics.

The Police Report sentence 8

Officer Zaher wrote, “clear.”

My thoughts about the police report

No where in the police report did Raul tell responding police officer he was my previous supervisor.

No where in the police report did Raul tell the responding police officer he was a named witness in the previous MCAD case.

No where in the police report where the police told I was taking pictures of the CC

Did you know?

This trespassing charge was while the Chelmsford Police Department was actively investigating the Michelle Ahern case, so the Chelmsford Police knew UPS in Chelmsford was recorded.

Why did the responding police officer not ask for the surveillance tapes?

I will be arguing Privacy law violations, fraud and false statements, perjury violations and other criminal charges.

The Police report does not match my MCAD Complaint 06BEm01793, that is about how I was treated at UPS at 87 Brick Kiln Road around 4PM.

United States District Courthouse

The first legal action I filed at the United States District Courthouse, Securitas Security Services USA Inc., argued that they were not the Securitas Group.

Securitas goes by 100 different names, but its all the same fucking company.  Attached is some screen shots.

I also filed Brett Deveau v. Securitas Security Services USA Inc., I wanted to argue Securitas lied their fucking asses off. 100% of the quotes I used in roughly the first 33 legal paragraphs came from documents Securitas Security Services USA Inc, submitted to the MCAD, by them denying all knowledge of those quotes, I was not offered any protections of the Oath of Perjury.

 

I hope you enjoyed Fraud and false statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title 18 US Code

Chapter 96

Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations

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Securitas used a team of people to lie their asses off about me in my first Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 04BEM03042 and a slightly different team in my second Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint 06BEM01793.

In my first MCAD complaint 04BEM03042 there team consisted of:

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A. Wilson, hailing from West Lake Village CA, Securitas US Corporate headquarters.  It was Laura that signed off on the Securitas legal response.

Securitas North East Area President Richard Avery, Richard has a Boston Office within 10 minutes of the MCAD building, but for some reason the Securitas story had to come from their West Lake Village Office, Richard is mainly mentioned because he is Thomas Fagan supervisor.  Securitas might have a dozen area presidents in the US, I would guess his title means as much as a chapter president for a union.

Securitas North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, Thomas defended Securitas at MCAD during both complaints, he also answered to the lawyers at Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak and Cohen when I filed my US DC complaint.

Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Kevin Phelan, it was Kevin that allegedly did a series of interviews involving mainly the shift supervisors at UPS in Chelmsford MA, the only non supervisor he interviewed was a good friend of his and Alice Schofield’s Josh Lindeman.  You see Kevin what to bat for Josh Lindeman after Josh got assigned to the UPS client site.   Josh had the longest hair out of all the guards at UPS in Chelmsford, and a full length beard.  This did not sit well with UPS Lost Prevention Supervisor Mark Kelly who pointed out Josh does not met the UPS clean cut image.  Kevin assured Mark that Josh was not assigned to the site permanently he was a floater covering.

Securitas Operations Manager or Account Manager Raul Taveras.  The man with many titles.  Operations Manager is the title Raul Taveras uses right here on linkedin.  Account Manager and other titles is what MCAD was told.  Raul Taveras was the shift lead from 8AM to 4Pm, UPS did not run a package handling shift until 1PM so Raul worked the easiest shift, he had the additional responsibilities of talking to the client.  Raul supervisor was Kevin Phelan in this case.

UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield.  Despite Securitas giving MCAD 2 different job titles for these 2 to MCAD they both did pretty much the same job William Adams was a shift lead 4PM to 12 Am, and Alice Schofield was the shift lead from 12 Am to 8AM, they both had Raul Taveras as their supervisor.

 

Securitas Floater Josh Lindeman, he did not start at UPS until October 19, 2004, as it is stated in an Incident report he signed off on.  He did not work with me in August of 2004 to that date why he was even interviewed regarding me is a mystery to me.  He was the only non supervisor to sign an interview during the first MCAD complaint.  As a floater he made around 25% more than me as far as pay for Securitas.

Now some of their job titles may have changed, some of them may not be with the company anymore.  But at the time of my first MCAD complaint I believe that is accurate.

Obstruction of justice

This argument will be covered in more detail in the obstruction of justice chapter or maybe in a later draft.

Count 1 and 2, Securitas legal response in MCAD docket number 04BEM03042, it was jointly filed with the US EEOC so they lied to them too.  It is the reason I consider this part 2 counts.

Securitas with held a lot of key facts from the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

  1. Over 10,000 UPS employees work at or out of UPS in Chelmsford, MA, Securitas did not even name 1 of them, never mind interview 1 of them.  Despite UPS Site Supervisor William Adams job title he was a Securitas employee.
  2. Securitas did not interview 1 employee of my rank I worked with from August 2004 to October 2004, they with held every single Security Guard I worked with on the Alice Schofield shift normally, and every single Security Guard that worked the William Adams shift, and every single Security guard that worked on the Raul Taveras shift.  They did not interview 1 non supervisor.  They talked about several of them.
  3. Securitas did not submit 1 surveillance tape to MCAD or the US EEOC.  During the time in question UPS in Chelmsford was recorded, as surveillance tapes was part of the evidence used in Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern.  Michelle Ahern walked through the same guard shacks Raul Taveras worked at least twice a day.
  4. In the job description exhibit submitted in the other MCAD complaint 06BEM01793.  It say Securitas has to write reports.  When I worked at Securitas there was 1 daily activity report written for each guard shack per shift.  That is 2 guard shacks, and 3 shifts per day for a total of 6 Daily activity reports per day.  Securitas did not submit 1 daily activity report.
  5. Securitas did not submit 1 Incident Report that was handed in before they started their interviews.  Shift Supervisor Alice Schofield did sign 1 Incident Report the day after she was interviewed.  The day of her alleged interview is October 25, 2004, the day she signed the incident report is October 26, 2004.
  6. In the first MCAD complaint every single interview starts with a question.  In the second MCAD complaint every single interview starts with their employees ad libbing a story.
  7. There are numerous questions in the interviews that violate privacy law.
  8. The interviews are inconsistent when compared to each other.
  9. All 3 outcome letters say pretty much the same thing.  What I cannot figure is where in the William Adams interview did William Adams report inappropriate conversations?  William reported he was scared shitless of “Guado” Yepez.
  10. Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Laura A Wilson stated I never made any attempt to tell my chain of command.  Yet both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams, and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras said in their interviews I was so mad I was going to sue.  Both UPS Site Supervisor William Adams and Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras out ranked me.
  11. I never got a 5% raise, that was reserved for the people that bought product from Eddie Maldendo, the raise I received was 2.5%.

With the lack of UPS employees interviewed, lack of Securitas coworkers interviewed, lack of surveillance tapes, lack of daily activity reports, lack of incident reports, inconsistencies in their own interviews, inconsistencies in their response statement.  Securitas committed Obstruction of justice.

Count 3 Retaliation against Witnesses

In August of 2004, a ladder fell tearing my pants off.  In August of 2004, I worked on the Alice Schofield shift.  I worked with Supervisor Schofield, Security Guards Martha Shaw, John Clark and Chris Boucher.

Within 3 weeks of the investigative conference at MCAD every single one of those people was no longer at UPS in Chelmsford, MA.  Alice Schofield and Chris Boucher last day was March 3, 2005.

Before MCAD I worked 40 hours a week.  After I filed my work week got cut down to 32 hours, working a double double on the weekends.  That would be from Midnight to 4Pm on Saturday and Sunday.  Look it was a nice gig on Saturday.  Every other Saturday I would see the Angelia Jolie clone drive in from San Francisco UPS gave her 6 days to travel across the country. On Saturday the only scheduled drivers to arrive was the group from San Francisco.  UPS did not run a package handling shift on the weekends. The only really shift was the 11PM to 3AM shift that ended early Saturday morning.  However after Alice Schofield last day, Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras decided that the guard during the week where to valuable and deserved 40 hour weeks, so my work week got cut down to 16-24 hours.  Because of the 16 hour work weeks, I accepted a job at Target in Nashua, NH.  It was an overnight sort position which I would assume is very similar to a loader/unloader at UPS in Chelmsford MA.  My first job after Securitas was not Benchmark Electronics.

I would like to argue my loss of hours is retaliation because I filed.  Also my coworkers all of them getting fired puts up a red flag.

Count 4, and 5,Securitas legal response in my second MCAD complaint 06BEM01793  Like the first claim it was jointly filed with the US EEOC.

The Securitas Team in this matter was

Securitas Senior Employee Relations Representative Sherry K. Pinchak out of West Lake village CA, Securitas US Corporate Headquarters.  I would assume Sherry did a similar job to Laura A. Wilson in the first complaint

Securitas North East Area President Richard Avery, Richard has a Boston Office within 10 minutes of the MCAD building, but for some reason the Securitas story had to come from their West Lake Village Office, Richard is mainly mentioned because he is Thomas Fagan supervisor.  Securitas might have a dozen area presidents in the US, I would guess his title means as much as a chapter president for a union.

Securitas North East Area Vice President Thomas Fagan, Thomas defended Securitas at MCAD during both complaints, he also answered to the lawyers at Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak and Cohen when I filed my US DC complaint.

Securitas Area Human Resources Manager Valerie Kerin, according to the story Valerie Kerin did 3 interveiws.

Securitas Operations Manager or Account Manager Raul Taveras.  The man with many titles.  Operations Manager is the title Raul Taveras uses right here on linkedin.  Account Manager and other titles is what MCAD was told.  Raul Taveras was the shift lead from 8AM to 4Pm, UPS did not run a package handling shift until 1PM so Raul worked the easiest shift, he had the additional responsibilities of talking to the client.  Raul supervisor was Kevin Phelan in this  first MCAD complaint.  In the second MCAD complaint Raul Taveras supervisor was Valerie Kerin.

Security Guard Raymond Woodman, when I worked for Securitas Raymond Woodman was a coworker.  He was the first Securitas guard I relieved.  In the second complaint, I was unemployed collecting unemployment attending an open house.  Maybe Raymond Woodman can tell you why he was never interviewed in the first complaint.

Securitas Guard Julian Oliveras, I never worked with Julian, I could not pick him out of a lineup with 1 other person in the line up.  But never the less he did sign off on Securitas story.

There are several problems I have with Securitas legal response.

  1. They used ZERO surveillance tapes, at the time I was accused of trespassing on July 24, 2006, the Chelmsford Police where investigating Michelle Ahern, they cannot say those cameras did not work.  Michelle Ahern had a court date at the Lowell Courthouse on September 5, 2006.
  2. Securitas interviewed ZERO UPS employees but they did name 2, Mark Kelly and Jason Raplarga.
  3. Securitas did not even interview all the guards they talked about, according to the Raymond Woodman interview I yelled my ass off at Julian Rivera, also arriving Supervisor Steve Straitt was also present, when I worked with Steve he was on probation him making supervisor before Ray must have really pissed him off.
  4. Securitas submitted ZERO daily activity reports
  5. Securitas submitted ZERO incident reports, an incident report must be written every time a police officer shows up at the client site.  When the police officer turns his blues on it costs the town $400, so Sherry K Pinchak can rest assured I did retain some things.
  6. The Securitas interviews where signed 17 days after they called the police on me.
  7. The Raul Taveras interview about what happened on July 24, 2006 does not match what Raul Taveras told responding police officers according to the police report.
  8. Securitas legal response is not consistent with their previous legal response to MCAD, they changed numerous dates, and stated facts about the matter they did not state in their first response.
  9. The interviews they submitted are inconsistent when compared to each other.
  10. Securitas employees picked and choosed when to actually follow their job description.  If they actual searched Michelle Ahern she would not have been able to steal from UPS in Chelmsford, MA, unless they were paid off.
  11. UPS has a bus stop within 100 yards of the guard shack, if I was trespassing either every single person on those buses was a UPS employee, or they discrimated against me.

With the complete lack of surveillance tapes, incident reports, daily activity reports Securitas made no attempt to do any sort of investigation.  Securitas made no attempt to interview any UPS employees or all the Securitas employees they talked about.  Securitas did not submit a police report, nobody from Securitas said UPS was having an open house that week even though according to them they talked to UPS.    If Securitas employees did their job Michelle Ahern would not have been able to steal from UPS in Chelmsford MA for 19 months.  Securitas committed obstruction of justice.

Count 6.  Police and Criminal Investigations

On July 24, 2006 around 4PM.  I was collecting unemployment and decided to attend an open house at UPS in Chelmsford MA.  I was greeted by Raymond Woodman leave or we will call the police.  I left.  The police arrived at UPS in Chelmsford at 407 PM.   On July 25, 2006, I told MCAD how Securitas treated me the day before.

On July 24, 2006 according to the police report.  The responding Police Officer Christopher Zaher spoke to Securitas Operations Manager Raul Taveras.  What Raul Taveras said in his interview does not match the police report.

The following points should add upto obstruction of justice

  1.  There is no mention in the police report about my anger or rage Securitas said I had in their story to MCAD.
  2. Securitas told the police I was fired, they told MCAD I quit.
  3. Securitas told the police I was fired 1 year before July 24, 2006, Securitas told MCAD I quit in August of 2005.
  4. The police officer was lucky to get my name from my former Supervisor Raul Taveras, Raul Taveras stated in his interview that I worked at Benchmark Electronics.
  5. The police reports states the officer told Raul Taveras to make UPS aware of the situation, according to the Raul Taveras interview the police had a phone conversation with UPS.
  6. According to the police report I left on foot towards Brick Kiln Road, in the Raul Taveras interview at points I refused to leave or just walked off and went that way.
  7. There is no mention in the police report, that I interacted with Raymond Woodman and other guards.
  8. There is no mention in the police report that Raul Taveras actively followed me,  Raul stated in his interview that I went no where near the HR Building, for that to be true he would have needed to follow me.
  9. The police where never handed any surveillance tapes.
  10. Raul Taveras never told the police officer about our history, such as he was my former supervisor.
  11. The police were not told that Securitas and Raul Taveras had numerous phone conversations with UPS client representatives Mark Kelly, and Jason Raplarga.

By Securitas with holding information from a police investigation, by Securtias with holding the surveillance tapes, by Securitas not allowing the Police to interview other guards, Securitas committed obstruction of justice.

Count 7                                  Massachusetts v. Michelle Ahern

Securitas had a contract with UPS for 700 guard hours per week of coverage when the contract started in January of 2004, it lasted until December of 2006.  Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from UPS November 2004 to June 2006.  UPS like to change the guard company every so often so the employees and guards do not get to friendly.

UPS in Chelmsford, MA, is a controlled access facility all UPS employee must pass through the guard shacks to enter and leave work.

UPS has 9 cameras at the guard shacks that all work just fine.  The cameras at the guard shack Ray Woodman worked at was on DVR, UPS was change out the hard drive early Sunday morning when the guard shack was closed.

The guard shack Raul Taveras worked at was on a 14 tape VHS library, a guard in theory would change the tapes 1 a day.  While I was on the overnight shift, I observed Supervisor Schofield changed those tapes at the start of her shift.  I later worked weekends on the weekend Joe Diegnan changed the tapes at the start of shift.  After Alice Schofield was terminated, Joe Diegnan would take out Sunday’s tape on Saturday.  The new overnight supervisor Steve Perry found right here on linkedin did not change the tapes during the week.  I strongly believe UPS had a black room with 4 employees that watched cameras all day.  As a guard when I reported a UPS truck driver did not follow their BS procedures that truck driver was fired.  Look UPS pays truck drivers really good fucking money, they are 100% replaceable.  Some of the drivers I liked made over $50/hour at UPS.  Some of them even told me I made $10 talking to you.

Securitas lied their fucking asses off about watching tapes, their employees where so damn lazy they did not even search people if they did Michelle Ahern would not have been able to steal for 19 months and that is just what she confessed to.

At no point did the Lowell Prosecuting Attorney Meg Streff ever call me regarding the Michelle Ahern cases.

You want me to believe MCAD investigators Carolyn Packard and Keith Parrett where actively investigating UPS in Chelmsford during my first MCAD complaint.  My first MCAD complaint was open from Nov 2004 to May 2006, Michelle Ahern stole from that very same UPS from Nov 2004 to June 2006.

The evidence and witnesses used in my first MCAD complaint, and in the Michelle Ahern case where greatly different even though both cases occurred at 87 Brick Kiln Road Chelmsford, MA.  My first MCAD claim overlaps Michelle Ahern confession in all but 1 moth, June 2006.  My first MCAD complaint was open Nov 2004 to May 2006, Michelle Ahern confessed to stealing from Nov 2004 to June 2006.

I would like to argue Securitas did not cooperate with either investigation.

 

(this is a RICO rough draft, tell me does Mark Kelly want to sing along to “I wanna be a RICO, RICO man, I wanna be a RICO man.”  It is a parody I am working on of Macho Man.  You can ask Lawrence Superior Court 1st Justice Honorable Lynn C. Rooney, I make parodies when I get pissed off, I do not have this weird laugh Securitas said I do.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Government Investigations

I have an open investigation with the United States Attorney General’s Office I filed on June 2, 2014.

In 22 days I will be going back down to their office to discuss it with them.

I will be seeking answers to

Why didn’t any MCAD Investigator Alison Hope, Keith Parret or Carolyn Packard request any of the surveillance tapes at ups

Why didnt any of those investigators interview my coworkers or police or UPS employees

Why any of those investigators did not collect evidence such as reports, call lists, and schedules to know how busy that was

They went off about the $23,000 UPS paid Eddie Maldendo do they even know why?

Myself and Securitas disagreed about alot of stuff they didn’t investigate any of it.

Myself and Securitas did not agree on who was working at UPS on Josh Lindeman’s first day, to whether or not I was trespassing in my second complaint.

If I am not mistaken, wouldn’t 1 of the hundreds of surveillance cameras at UPS at least show if I was trespassing or not.

Securitas went out of there way to shit on me.

Securtias lied to government investigators, police officers, and to the courts of this country.

I would really like to hear the US Attorney General point of view on the matter.

 

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Employment

I have cancer.  I think between June and august Ive had 12 doctors appointments.  The one type of employment I would consider is in law.  I have met some really nice people in law and people that have told me to go f myself.  My interest in law is personal.  The first lawyers office I walked into had a sign it said, “if you don’t know your rights you don’t have any.”  The first attorney I talked to said my work environment was an ugly one and suggested I go to MCAD.  I lost at MCAD, I went to the US Moakley Courthouse and filed against Securitas, I lost that too they said they couldn’t understand me.  I spoke to Attorney Shawn Hevey he said I should have filed a criminal complaint.  I told Shawn the Chelmsford Police even threw me out of the police station, Mass. State Police and the FBI all refused to listen to me.  I tried telling the USAG, wrote maybe a dozen papers all together to his office, his office did nothing, I sued him and lost because of Jurisdiction.  Shawn explained to me when going after government you need to file neglect of duty charges.  He said if I went after all the people I wanted to, I would be a real asshole.  He explained to me he has a nice guy price, and an asshole price as a criminal defense attorney.  The US Government despite all my doctors appointments has not awarded me total and permanent disability.  I don’t know of one company that would work with all the doctor’s appoints I have.  So with them being that big of an asshole to me, thats the main reason I filed a criminal petition.  Thanks to Securitas Officer Dave Perry, I can say in August of 2004, a Securitas guard stole 10 laptops from an HP Warehouse in Tewksbury, M.  Eddie Maldendo was removed from UPS, and UPS paid him $23,000 on the way out.  I believe UPS went after Eddie for the buying and selling of possible stolen goods.  Securitas lead by Vice President Thomas Fagan argued that I was jealous of all the money Eddie received.  I believe if they ever did an investigation, they would have known why Eddie got the money.  Securitas told me Eddie got the money for a shift change.  It is in their own employee handbook that the client, UPS in the case, can do whatever they want with the guards at their site.  Also Massachusetts is an employment at will state.  So unless your in a union.  Mark Kelly could have fired Eddie because his underwear was bunching on him and their would not have been jack Eddie could have done about.  In the interviews Securitas submitted to MCAD they did not interview 1 UPS employee out of the thousands that work at UPS in Chelmsford, MA, never mind the thousands of UPS truck drivers that come in as far as San Francisco, CA.  Those drivers arrived on saturday, UPS allowed them 1 week to get across country, so they showed up every other week.  Some UPS customers don’t like their stuff traveling by train.  For a truck driver its a nice 50-55hour week at $35+ hour.  Securitas Vice President Thomas Fagan really pissed me off at the Moakley courthouse though.  led by his attorneys he denied every single quote I took from documents he submitted to MCAD at the courthouse which is the first 33 paragraphs roughly of my complaint.  I reported this to MCAD, they didn’t like my tone.  The state police threw me out of the building.  The State Police have thrown me out of the MCAD building 3 times. The FBI has thrown me out of the Moakley Courthouse, and the National Security Agency barred me from seeing John Kerry one day.  for an exact day for that it was my first time walking into Senator Kennedy’s office.  Apparently screaming until your throat is sore outside a Senators building is frowned upon.   The one thing I will say about Senator Kennedy is he liked arguing more fore your rights, than drinking his wine.  I also challenged if MCAD even read the interviews, inside the UPS Site Supervisor William Adams interview was a hate crime when Guado threatened him.  I worked with Bill I worked with Guado to the best of my knowledge those two got along, its one of the things that have me believe Securitas made up the interviews.  But if true, Guado is a different race than Bill.  Bill and Alice did not get along.  Those two though they were the only two people qualified for Raul Taveras position of account manager.  raul probably paid himself 40 hours a week while he worked at his owned Mango Magoo’s.  If I asked UPS today, if they were aware if Raul was the owner of a Spanish restaurant in Lawrence, MA, I would be curious to here their answer.  Bill on his first night clashed with Alice so hard, he spent the majority of the shift in his truck coming out to do trucks, he still worked harder than josh Lindeman who would hide in the bathroom with his gameboy during the major truck rushes.  Well, after raul said he was leaving if his restaurant took off Bill and Alice fought like politicians.  All of a sudden fucking Alice was a prereq. for working the overnight shift, and all Bill people were screw offs.  The majority of people on second shift, did buy merchandise from Eddie maldendo.

On August 5th, I went down to the Suffolk Courthouse Disctrict Court, and talked to the ADA at the clerk’s office, he said he would help me out if I could clarify my argument, and say who I was mad at. 

On August 9th.  I went back to the Suffolk District Court, the DA’s office read a 3 page paper I wrote.  he summarized it for me.  He also said I needed to file at the Superior Court next door, because it involved MCAD. 

So I filed a criminal petition 3/4 of a written page.  In that petition I asked, did 1 person at MCAD, even interview 1 person at UPS over my MCAD complaints?  I was mainly mad at Securitas Vice President Thomas Fagan for denying all knowledge of material he defended at MCAD, which my complaint at the Moakley courthouse was based on.  I told them about the 2 crimes in the William Adams interview, 1 being Guado threatened Bill, and Alice loved chasing Bill up a ladder.  The third part I discuss, is what Eddie Maldendo did.  If they did do an investigation, then they would have known why Eddie got all that money from UPS they said I wanted to be jealous of.

Because of this I do have an interest in law, and it is the one area I would work in.

 

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Preseason Football

I just read an article about preseason football.  To me its about position battles.  I expect the games to be bland coaches want to see which players get the basic of their system.  I feel some players at the NFL level get cut if they are out of position to often.  As a fan of football my interest mainly is about Fantasy football.  I feel the best wide receiver in the NFL is on the Arizona Cardinals in Larry Fitzgerald, when Kurt Warner was there he had a magical playoff run that reminded me of Jerry rice.  Carson Palmer I feel is about as good as Mathew Stafford, But I am watching preseason to see if the Cardinals line can keep Palmer upright.

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