“Federal Employee of the Year” Now Facing Federal Charges!
June 27, 2014
If you’re in the San Jose, CA area and missing collectibles, Playboys, cash, drugs, electronics, jewelry, rare coins, and precious metals, you may have 52-year-old U.S. Postal Inspector and 2012 Federal Employee of the Year to thank. He directed his employees at the distribution center to alert him when certain items were found in loose mail.
Employees were initially under the impression the items would be returned to the rightful owners; but, it soon became clear the U.S. Postal Inspector would stash the items for himself even taking some home. He even went so far as to try and discover all the locations of the security cameras to evade detection.
The San Francisco Bay Area Federal Executive Board, which coordinates federal agencies in the region, recognized the inspector for his “responsiveness in dealing with the media on issues involving criminal and hazardous situations,” and named him a Federal Employee of the Year.
Wow I really hope the autographed Joan Rivers collectible was worth it because he’s now facing federal charges for delaying and destroying mail, theft of mail and possession of stolen mail. And right in line with The Sociopathic Business Model™ unethical and illegal government behavior is encouraged, replicated and rewarded. Federal charges? Or if we follow the model will be end up promoted to U.S. Postmaster General?