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California Gov. Jerry Brown did not allow a long time for a six-figure job at a state authority, although they are exactly the same with the experience for the role of girlfriend.
Juan Pedro Gaffney, a former Bay Area choir Director, confessed to his friendship with the outgoing Governor, the job landed him at the state Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, a position she reported, populated mostly by lawyers, the San Francisco Chronicle.
“What should I do, should I plead me guilty? Yes, I am a friend of Jerry. We go back to the way. Jerry knew me when I was active in the social action and policy. He has not forgotten that a part of me,” Gaffney said, when asked if his friendship with Brown him the job.
“What should I do, should I plead me guilty? Yes, I am a friend of Jerry. We go back to the way. Jerry knew me when I was active in the social action and policy. He has not forgotten that a part of me.”
– Juan Pedro Gaffney
Gaffney attended St. Ignatius High School in San Francisco with brown. He said that he knows that ” that “people who served a long time in the search box, with raised eyebrows” about his appointment to the Board of Directors.
The order includes the decision of whether or not the people you claim they were injured in the workplace to workers’ compensation. The Board meets once a week to decide which cases to divide between themselves. All members of the Board $147,778-a-year are paid during their term of office of six years.
“I don’t understand that this is a plum. I didn’t continue after it like a plum,” Gaffney. “For me, it is hard work and I’m happy to do the hard work, but others have me to understand that you pass, to make room for this appointment, or at least that of this appointment. I am aware of that. What can I say? I’m sensitive to it. I know it is a legitimate feeling to be a legitimate response.”
“For me, it is hard work and I’m happy to do the hard work, but others have me to understand that you pass, to make room for this appointment, or at least that of this appointment.”
– Juan Pedro Gaffney
The confession by also raises ethical concerns about the legacy of brown, which will now be replaced by either Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom or Republican businessman John Cox, of trailing his opponent, only 5 points of a Democrat, according to the survey.
“This is not a thing, the lower the democracy or the forces to crumble, the state government, but it is what it looks like, as a favor to a friend,” Los Angeles’ Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson told the chronicle.
“And it’s not like without a sacrifice, because it could be someone with a resume that is better suited, over. And this position serves the public. The public gets the advantage that they are the best people for service in this position?” she asked.
The outgoing Governor defended the decision to appoint, Gaffney, namely the employee and the company “will certainly benefit from Mr. Gaffney’s diverse background and experience.”
If Gaffney position should be especially busy, with lawyers licensed in California, according to the rules, two of the seven Commission members to any mini-qualifications to paint.
Gaffney said that, although he did not hear the exact know-how to, workers ‘ compensation cases, his “intelligence” makes him qualified for the job.
“If you are not a lawyer, you will learn quickly in this game,” he told the chronicle. “My Lord, I am stuffing my eyes, ears, nose and throat with all things legal, since I got on Board. My days are 10 hours. I make it my business to educate myself.”
This is the second time, Gaffney’s relationship with Brown helped him. In the last year, he was appointed to the alcohol Control of alcoholic beverages, complaint instance. He was paid more than $25,000 a year, and his position involved meeting once a month to analyze, decisions, and reports of the Department of Alcoholic beverage Control, the chronicle.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.