Every single time I post about prosecuting corporate criminals like DoorDash, the VC Lives Matter crowd freaks out and spews out some disingenuous nonsense like this. Like the police say, if you've done nothing wrong, you have nothing to worry about, mike.
Ohhh, just googled the guy, he's another Peter Thiel minion and notorious union-buster, important voice, no doubt. What's with Thiel's jrs all of a sudden turning into shitposting tweens in San Francisco? discourseblog.com/google-union-m…
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24 Nov
DoorDash just paid "$5.3 million to settle allegations with San Francisco that it stiffed almost 4,500 delivery workers of the city’s mandated health care coverage and paid sick leave." Stealing from the most vulnerable workers, Ryan, that cool with you? sfchronicle.com/sf/article/Doo…
DoorDash isn't some first-time offender out on low bail, they have a long record of stealing, not handbags, but millions from their workers. Ryan thinks that's okay, cause, hey, it's just regular poor and working people. It's not, everyone has a right to work and be paid fairly.
Here's when they literally stole millions in tips from their workers, barely scraping by, trying to feed their family. Ryan thinks its okay to steal tips that families depend on to survive. Haha, screw the poors, amirite, Ryan? businessinsider.com/doordash-25-mi… via @BusinessInsider
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24 Nov
I posted on Veterans Day about how much the criminal courts deal with veterans who have served this country, but return with high rates of PTSD, substance use, and other mental health issues. This veteran was shot multiple times during his service and now killed during episode.
Not commenting on the shooting itself, just the tragedy many veterans face on return from serving our country. And how much defense attorney have to fight to get them help and struggle for resources. A lot of social work in defense work.
When I challenge the media to do better, this is a prime example. There were approximately 345,384.34 stories about handbag thefts from Louis Vuitton. This is the only one I’ve seen about a San Francisco veteran who was killed after serving the country and suffering from PTSD.
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23 Nov
My reply guys seem very confused about what I do, so quick explainer! (1) My job is a criminal defense attorney, I represent people investigated and charged by the gov't (including many tech folks!). (2) I'm a SF police commissioner, I sit in an oversight capacity over SFPD.
I love my day job, I get to help people in some of the toughest points in their lives. Some people have done pretty bad stuff, but it's not my role to sit in judgment. To anyone sh**ting on this, I promise you, I will one day represent someone you care about, and you will get it.
In my role on the commission, I help draft policies and guidelines for the police, oversee police discipline in a quasi-judicial capacity, and perform general oversight functions. I do all of this for $100/month, and spend at least 10-15 hours/week, usually more.
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