Friday, May 22, 2009

The Tag Team of Jenney and Johnson are Now Being Accused of Human Rights Violations

As incredible as it may seem, the tag team duo of Jenney and Johnson are now being accused of violating the rights of thier employees by making it mandatory for the employees to be tracked via GPS 24 hours a day. Fort Bend Now has written a tremendous article detailing the whole affair:

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Friday, February 6, 2009

New Secret Memo Admits Theft of Service Occured!

In a stunning development, a secret memo from Tom Carter, who is Mr. Johnson's direct supervisor, admits that theft of service has occured. In the memo, Mr. Carter proceeds to inform evey employee about the obvious fact that no servicing of private vehicles are allowed on FBISD property. Read the wonderful article in full detail at

The "Fake" Work Order Turns Out to be a Training Tool? What!?

It seems that the saga of Mr. Johnson and the theft of service that the district has admitted to continues. As it turns out, the "fake" work order that Ms. Simpson, FBISD's spokesperson, denied with such enthusiasm now admits that this "fake" work order exists, but it is a "training tool". What a story, I must say. Check out the wonderful article and leave comments by Fort Bend Now at

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Check Out the Interesting Coverage of Mr. Johnson's Misconduct at Fort Bend Now

It seems there is more information coming out about the alleged theft of service that was reported to the members of the FBISD board. A well known web page, Fort Bend Now, has covered the alleged incident in great detail and has posted FBISD cover story to justify Mr. Johnson's alleged theft. Please take the time to read this article at
Please keep in mind that FBISD has already admitted that Mr. Johnson has committed this action of theft and that FBISD administration has "counseled" Mr. Johnson. Mr. Johnson has violated the law and FBISD has "counseled" him.

I encourage everyone to write letters to your board members, church leaders, state representatives, the DA's office and make your concerns know. Demand that this sort of corruption cannot be tolerated and that an investigations needs to be conducted.

Friday, January 16, 2009

New Picture and Email Allege Misuse of Authority

A newly sent email to FBISD Board of Directors and staff allegedly shows a picture of a black truck which is owned by the Director of Facilities, Michael Johnson, being serviced in one of the district owned mechanic shop bays being serviced with FBISD taxpayer parts and with FBISD taxpayer paid employees. As more information becomes available it will be posted. If anyone has information on this, please email us at

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Open Letter Sent to Board Members Asking for Investigation

A letter was sent to the members of the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees on Monday, December 8, 2008, in which details of alledged discrimination on the part of the Director of Facilities, Michael Johnson and Rhonda McWilliams, the head of Human Resource, in the hiring of a new Support Manager. The letter also details that the candidate hired by Mr. Johnson did not meet the minimum educaational qualifications set forth by FBISD, among other irregularities. Even though the allegations set forth in the letter to the board members are very disturbing, there has not been any sort of response on the part of FBISD to address the issues brought forth. The key allegations against Mr. Johnson and Ms. McWilliams are listed below.

  • The position of Support Manager was a newly created position within FBISD, even though FBISD is in a deficit state and trying to reduce expenditure.
  • The new position of Support Manager listed as one of it's key requirements a minimum of a Bachelors Degree in order to qualify for an interview. Without meeting the minimum requirements, no person would be allowed to interview for the job.
  • The candidate selected for the position of Support Manager did not meet the minimum educational requirements set forth by FBISD.
  • There were two African American applicants that were interviewed for the position of Support Manager, both of whom met the educational requirements. In fact, one of the African American applicants has an MBA, while the other black applicant has a Bachelors Degree and currently works in the Facilities Department.
  • Mr. Johnson made the selection of an unqualified candidate for the Support Manager alone, and his recommendation of an unqualified candidate was approved by Rhoda McWilliams.
  • The letter sent to the Board of Trustees detailed the possibility that Mr. Johnson created two new positions, one being the Support Manager and another being a secretary position for himself, to fill with his personal friends. Nevermind that the applicants awarded these new positions may not have had the proper qualifications.
  • There is currently an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigation being conducted on Mr. Johnson and FBISD to whether there is evidence of racial discrimination regarding the selection process of the new Support Manager. The findings of the EEOC investigation could very well indicate severe violations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
  • To date, there has been no sort of response by the board members of FBISD regarding the severe allegations.