This past Thursday Service Employees International Union Local 721 held a news conference and protest in front of the San Bernardino County Government Center in San Bernardino, Calif. Protesters called for the termination of the county’s chief of human resources, Andrew Lamberto, and chief executive officer, Greg Devereaux, saying that the county’s leaders should lead by example and there should be zero tolerance for those that break the law and those that cover up lawlessness.
“Here we are again, telling our leadership how to behave. I have one thing to say . . . Board of Supervisors . . . Do Your Job! Give the employees of San Bernardino County someone they can respect and look up to,” said retired Ontario teacher Judy Jacobs.
Lamberto was arrested in March of this year for soliciting for prostitution an undercover law enforcement officer. Lamberto properly reported the arrest and subsequent conviction to Devereaux. Devereaux, in turn, decided to cover up the information rather than inform the members of the county’s board of supervisors. Lamberto not only serves as human resources director, but also as an executive administrator who acts and speaks on behalf of the board of supervisors.
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