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No One Can Really Tell The Truth Like John Walsh

Thanks to the generosity of L.A. County taxpayers. Without knowing it, we all paid the $10,000 so that Supervisor Ridley-Thomas and his guests can now urinate and defecate in the comfort of his own private garage. Taxpayers make big stink over LA Supervisor’s private crapper! Let’s pull the chain on Ridley-Thomas’ costly monument to his own butt! Website asks for LA County DA investigation!

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EXPANDING CRAPPER-GATE SCANDAL IS NIPPING AT GUILTY SUPE’S HEELS!

HEY MARK:

Throw open your private garage doors to the Public right now! The LA County taxpayers as well as the LA County District Attorney need to go potty real bad in the restroom that we, the taxpayers, got stuck paying through the nose for by supplying every damn dime of its monumental price tag!

So now, Mark, you have the luxury of moving your elitist bowels at home right next to that expensive car of yours parked in the same place that we the LA County Taxpayers also bought for you!

LA County workers built that odiferous bathroom as an imperial monument to Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas super-swollen ego and his attached supremely royal backside. That’s why every last taxpayer reserves the inalienable right to make a pilgrimage to your home garage anytime we feel like to show our deep respect by taking a nasty smelly garage-dump right there under your exalted honor’s imperious nose!

We the People also petition LA County Counsel to uphold our freedom to visit your taxpayer-fully-paid-for home/garage toilet to relieve ourselves of every last drop of urine anytime day or night at the very same porcelain bowl/throne that you majestically sit upon night and day to make your own royal doo-doo in!

What a foul gift you have bestowed upon yourself at the considerable expense of the unwitting County Taxpayers of Los Angeles, Mr. Supervisor!

According to the LA Times story below, LA County taxpayers were played for chumps, unknowingly footing the Ten Thousand damn dollar charge for your own personal home garage crapper and other unlawful upgrades to your private property!

That means it’s only fair that disgruntled LA County taxpayers should get to where in the very same spot as your dearest wife and obese twin kids get the privilege of depositing their daily duty like you.

SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS PAY BACK THE $10,000 OF TAXPAYER DOUGH THAT YOU ILLEGALLY SPENT ON YOUR OWN PRIVATE DOMESTIC GARAGE OUTHOUSE OR THROW OPEN YOUR TOILET DOORS TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC FOR THE NEXT TIME WE HAVE TO RELIEVE OURSELVES WHILE STREETWALKING IN YOUR FANCY NEIGHBORHOOD!

JWALSHCONFIDENTIAL can’t wait to sit on the same restroom throne as HIS MAJESTY KING MARK does anytime that we get that undeniable urge to visit your imperial garage lavatory.

JWALSHCONFIDENTIAL.WORDPRESS.COM

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HOLLYWOODHIGHLANDS.ORG

County crews did illegal toilet construction work on Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas’ home so he could take a dump in his private garage

Government employees performed unlawful work on the garage of Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas’ private home, installing drywall, an air conditioner, appliances and a security system–everything but the kitchen sink–according to hush-hush sources familiar with the job.

The detached garage at Ridley-Thomas’ Leimert Park residence appeared to have been converted into a swank office worthy of Obama with a spiffy restroom sometime before the county work was done, said a source familiar with the property, who requested  total anonymity for fear of violent retaliation!

The source said the work cost the county about $10,000.

The county provides home security systems for members of the Board of Supervisors, but taxpayer money is never supposed to be spent on any unrelated improvements. Not that Ridley-Thomas gives a hoot about what the law says.

The work at Ridley-Thomas’ garage was done by employees of the county’s Internal Services Department .

Tom Tindall, who retired last year as head of the department, and is rumored to be accepting a job offer in the Governor Chris Christie Administration said he was informed before he abandoned his post to serve under an even more crooked politician than Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas of the need to upgrade or replace a perfectly well- functioning alarm system; but is awaiting a subpoena before spilling beans on his big boss Ridley-Thomas!

Tindall played dumb and said he did not know the details of the Ridley-Thomas project, but offered the limp excuse that work on the walls might have been required to repair damage caused by wiring the security devices.

“The only thing I was a little concerned about is that it was finished space,” he lied.

Jim Jones, Tindall’s successor as department director, declined to comment, claiming he did not speak English and there was no money in the County Budget to hire an interpreter for him.

A thorough search of city databases, of course, turned up absolutely no permits for a restroom installation in the garage or the more recent county work. Generally, permits must be obtained for the installation of restrooms, air conditioners, electrical wiring and drywall, said an anonymous spokesman for the city Building and Safety Department who also feared the vengeful wrath of Supervisor Ridley-Thomas!

Ridley-Thomas repeatedly did not respond to interview requests. Instead, Mark is trying like hell on the phone to get the Publisher of the Times, Eddie Hartenstein, to fire the Times reporters who is responsible for digging up the latest dirt on this corrupt County Supervisor.

One source will soon get a big County raise for saying to the Press that he was informed the poor discriminated-against supervisor paid for the air conditioner, a flat-screen television and refrigerator the workers placed in the garage out of his own pocket. (Fat Chance!)

It was as unclear as mud whether Ridley-Thomas repaid the county as little as 99 cents for any of these sky-high costs.

The county has yet to (and never will) release the damning documents related to the cost and scope of the work that The Times requested nearly four weeks ago under the California Public Records Act.

jack.leonard@latimes.com

Twitter: @jackfleonard

Times article parody

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