28Jan/210

Rolling Meadows Mayor Joe Gallo battles corruption!

Marty Watters, Investigative reporter

The mayor of Rolling Meadows, Joe Gallo, is single-handedly taking a valiant stance against the corrupt city manager, Barry Krumstock, to expose United Airlines' illegal dumping of cancer-causing asbestos in his city

Here's the background: United Airlines was caught red-handed illegally dumping large amounts of toxic asbestos right next to a children's playground in Rolling Meadows.

City manager Barry Krumstock was made aware of this crime and has been provided proof that it did in fact happen. So he knows that this dangerous violation of the law could have devastating consequences for Rolling Meadows families.

However, since learning of these crimes, Krumstock has done everything he could to conceal these crimes from the people who pay his salary ($175,100).

Now Mayor Gallo is working hard to expose this corruption and to see to it that United is not only held accountable for its criminal behavior, but also provides the necessary relief to the victims of these crimes, the residents of Rolling Meadows.

But corrupt city manager Krumstock is one of the main obstacles in the way of Mayor Gallo getting justice for his constituents.

To this day, this crumb continues to threaten and intimidate anyone attempting to expose United's disgraceful disregard for the health and safety of the people of Rolling Meadows. Even though the evidence provided to him of these crimes is irrefutable and overwhelming.

Mayor Gallo should have no problem rolling right over the corrupt city manager.

Word of advice, Mr. Krumstock: Listen again to that audio recording of United Airlines managers discussing their environmental crimes before that recording goes public.

Then get ready for battle.

Mayor Joe Gallo

                                     Vs

City manager Barry Krumstock

My money is on the mayor!

8Dec/200

Time to run corrupt Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi out of town!

Marty Watters, Investigative Reporter

There are many reasons that the corrupt congressman of the 8th District of Illinois, Raja Krishnamoorthi, should be tarred and feathered and run out of town.

For me, the number one reason is Krishnamoorthi's cover-up of the United Airlines asbestos scandal.


For years, United Airlines has been willfully exposing its employees and the public to dangerous amounts of deadly airborne asbestos fibers.

And for years, Krishnamoorthi has been doing everything he can to protect United and its top management from criminal prosecution and the enormous civil liabilities that would follow.

Krishnamorthi has been slow walking his so called "investigation" into the illegal removal and dumping of asbestos from United's former World Headquarters in suburban Illinois.

He is doing so by completely ignoring the slam dunk, irrefutable evidence provided to him that proves United is committing these crimes. Evidence that includes, but is not limited to, video and audio recordings, internal United invoices and other documents, lawsuits, material witnesses, and testimony from government officials.

In other words the whole nine yards!

Krishnamoorthi never actually had to do his own investigation because it had already been done and served to him on a silver platter.

All Krishnamoorthi had to do was to make a few phone calls and United Airlines would be held to account for its crimes.

So why is Krishnamoorthi refusing to hold United accountable?

The simple answer is: Because he is a bought and paid-for crooked politician. Who has been promised a bright future if he does what he is told.

UP NEXT

Fake news media's part in the cover-up.

12Apr/170

United Airlines also illegally dumped asbestos next to children’s playground!

Marty Watters, Investigative Reporter

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Mr. Oscar Munoz, beating up paying customers whose only crime was to choose to fly United Airlines is one thing.

But an airline that illegally dumps asbestos next to a children's playground and then does everything in its considerable power to conceal the crime?

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That's going way too far. Even for United!

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----- Original Message ------

From: Marty Watters
To: Oscar Munoz
Cc: Christina Landgraf, Megan McCarthy, Brett Hart
Sent: April 12, 2017 at 8:06 AM
Subject: Oscar Munoz "It's never too late to do the right thing"

Oscar

Thank you for that quote. I agree wholeheartedly.

Now when can I expect to hear from you to discuss United's considerable asbestos problem?

Marty Watters

------ Original Message ------

From: Marty Watters
To: Oscar Munoz
Cc: Christina Landgraf, Brett Hart
Sent: April 10, 2017 at 2:38 PM
Subject: Fwd: United Airlines illegally dumped asbestos next to children's park

I have not heard from anyone at United. Today is your deadline.

https://www.yahoo.com/tech/just-kill-united-passenger-says-drools-blood-video-190048492.html

------ Original Message ------

From: Marty Watters
To: Oscar Munoz
Cc: Christina Landgraf, Brett Hart
Sent: April 7, 2017 at 8:34 AM
Subject: United Airlines illegally dumped asbestos next to children's park

Mr. Oscar Munoz

Illegally parking open dumpsters full of asbestos next to a children's park is not the behavior of a company that cares.

http://rmparks.org/locations/waverly_park

Contact me at <redacted>

Marty Watters
Investigative Reporter
Illinoispaytoplay.com

------ Original Message ------

From: Marty Watters
To: Oscar Munoz
Cc: Christina Landgraf, Brett Hart
Sent: March 27, 2017 at 10:21 AM
Subject: United Airlines illegally dumped asbestos in suburban neighborhood

Oscar Munoz

Would you care to comment?

Marty Watters

United Airlines illegally dumped asbestos in suburban neighborhood

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Oscar, you have finally expressed your shame and have accepted responsibility for United's thug-like actions that sent 69-year-old Dr. David Dao to the hospital.

Now it's time for you and United to accept the shame and responsibility for exposing untold numbers of men, women and children to airborne asbestos fibers.

They also deserve an apology from you, along with a commitment from United to voluntarily provide them the proper medical attention.

Like you said, Oscar: "It's never too late to do the right thing".

Or was that just lip service?

Related: United Airlines’ illegal abatement at former World Headquarters exposing employees to airborne asbestos fibers