Monday, June 13, 2016

The Contract Mayor Vaughan Didn't Want You To See

In the lawsuit, Robert v. City of Greensboro it was reported by the Greensboro News & Record on October 22, 2015 and collaborated by Yes-Weekly that Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan had said she was going to pay for the cost of hiring attorney Amiel Rossabi. Add to that, John Hammer reported that Rossabi was hired the day before the trial.

"The first time Vaughan was deposed, she hired Amiel Rossabi, of Rossabi, Black and Slaughter to represent her personally, the day before the deposition."

The News & Record reported that Mayor Vaughan changed her mind:

"Vaughan said in October she would use her own money to pay the attorney who represented her personally during the deposition in Eric Robert’s multi-million dollar suit, which he has since dropped.
On Friday, Vaughan said she changed her mind after learning from City Attorney Tom Carruthers that it would be “entirely appropriate” for the city to cover her fees to Amiel Rossabi."
But as you can clearly see in this letter from Mr Rossabi's law firm to Greensboro City Attorney Thomas Carruthers, dated September 21, 2015, Mayor Vaughan and Mr Carruthers were clearly lying all along.

Click here to view the letter.

 The City had already signed off on paying the bill before the case ever went to court. And then Rossabi jacked the bill up by roughly $6,000.

Why has Nancy Vaughan not yet tendered her resignation?

Why is Rossabi still allowed to practice law?

Will Mr Hammer tell us who lied to him? And was that also Mayor Vaughan?

My name is Billy Jones and I'm running for Mayor of Greensboro in 2017 and I have promised that if you elect me I will open a full investigation into the corruption of Mayor Vaughan and the entire Greensboro City Council.

Please continue reading The Contract Mayor Vaughan Didn't Want You To See: Part 2