On January 5th, 2021, John S. Romero was convicted of several counts. He was the president of United Industrial Service Workers of America (UISWA) in Colton, California. As a result of crimes consisting of theft and conspiracy, he will serve a sentence of 12 years in prison. After he gets out, he will then have to serve 3 years of supervised release. This is just another example of the corruption and money-grabbing that goes on behind many forced-unionism quarters.
From the Department of Labor:
“He was ordered to pay a $1,400 special assessment. Romero was also ordered to pay restitution in an amount to be determined at a later hearing. On February 12, 2020, after a six-day trial, a jury found Romero guilty of one count of conspiracy (18. U.S.C. 371), 12 counts of theft of approximately $800,000 in connection with health care (18 U.S.C. 669), and one count of filing a false financial report with the Department of Labor, in which he failed to properly report the existence of more than $100,000 in receipts and disbursements (18 U.S.C. 1001).”US Department of Labor
To read more on this case, please visit the DOL site here.
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