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January 24, 2015
I really like this non-profit and everything they do to expose Nevada state government agencies.
However, I give them one star only and not 5 stars because they have a very dishonest corrupt person on their board of directors. Her name is Attorney Deanna Forbush.
Deanna is an employment attorney for local Las Vegas casino owners. She defends casino owners against terminated employees. She could care less about an unjust terminated employee who is starving to death because her employer fired her for no reason and she can't afford buy food or pay her bills or buy medicine or healthcare for her children.
She has even showed up at unemployment hearings and took away unemployment from unemployed indigent homeless terminated employees with starving crying babies with hunger pains. Attorney Deanna Forbush is an absolutely disgusting human being.
She spits in the faces of the terminated employees and watches their children starve with hunger pains because the multi millionaire casino owner terminated that employee. Deanna only cares about the money the casino owner pays her to spit in the terminated employees face. If Deanna were a good person then she would defend employees and not casino owners.
Attorney Deanna Forbush also uses her position on the board of directors to intimidate government agencies into dropping the employee charges against the casino owners. Deanna tells these agencies that if they don't drop the claim and make it disappear then she's going to expose them, then Deanna shows them all she gathered on them through NPRI research.
Attorney Deanna Forbush is a disgusting human being and a bad person. If you only knew. There's much more. If you only knew.
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Vote corrupt attorney Deanna Forbush off the board of directors.
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