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Employees File Complaints Against ACORN
ACORN has almost 400 known affiliates and quite possibly more that have not been uncovered yet. Due to the numerous entities ACORN controls, charting their violations and uncovering information has not been an easy task. However, Judicial Watch has uncovered several sets of documents on ACORN from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) when we requested records on ACORN violations. Below are excerpts from these files. These complaints are almost certainly not isolated instances, and we are currently trying to obtain more records on ACORN from the NLRB. The NLRB only keeps records and case files for 6 - 10 years, and unless the case is of particular interest, none of the documents are kept at NLRB headquarters. To obtain these documents, Judicial Watch submitted Freedom if Information Act requests to numerous field offices after being told by NLRB Headquarters that ACORN compalints had been filed at those offices. In some instances, the case files we requested had already been destroyed.
Originally posted by JacKatMtn
Anyone have a list of the many organizations that are suppoedly under the ACORN umbrella?
Are any of those organizations also partners with the US Census Bureau?
If so.. they need to be found out quickly, because I have an eerie feeling this severing of ties to the head (ACORN) might be to quiet down the outrage, and thus allow the rest of the groups to continue with their work..
Call me suspicious, but I am not celebrating just yet..