More on the Metro Parks whistleblower shenanigans? Yes, of course.
Lynn Fleming claims Joey Sears wasn’t speaking to his supervisor when he called in to work. Unfortunately, the guy most certainly was a supervisor:
How the Assistant Director of Human Resources doesn’t know someone is a supervisor, we’ll never know.
And, unfortunately for Fleming, telephone records prove Sears was never required to speak to Geoff Feige, the guy Fleming claims he needed to contact.
Want a look?
All those calls were to and from Tommy Hill.
The records also make it clear that there was an established history of Shawnee employees contacting Hill instead of Feige.
Why would Fleming continue to play this game? Could it be because she didn’t do her job when she was contacted by Sears regarding Mike Heitz drinking and driving in a city-owned vehicle? Could it be because she’s still bitter over Tommy Clark showing up at her office in May 2011 to make sure something was being done about the matter?
In the ongoing drama of Greg Fischer’s Metro Government firing a whistleblower and protecting a drunk driver, the mess gets worse.
Tommy Hill, the guy Sears was required to call as his supervisor, says he didn’t receive a call from Sears on the day that Mike Heitz, Marty Storch, J.T. Conroy, Nancy Ray and Lynn Fleming claim Sears didn’t call into work (July 1, 2011). But he absolutely did:
Before anyone gets fired up, there’s only one instance of Sears speaking with Feige in the three month period he was calling Hill, his acting supervisor:
Interesting how this all works, isn’t it?
Everything Fischer’s folks claim is based in reality regarding the Parks whistleblower gets disproved.