Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Sex-for-repairs scandal at Baltimore public housing

Riots, a sky-high murder rate, and now this.

Baltimore is a hell-hole.

From NBC 11 Baltimore:
Four new victims joined seven others in a sextortion federal lawsuit against the Housing Authority of Baltimore City, alleging top officials within the agency were aware of complaints.

On Tuesday, amendments to the lawsuit detail new facts, including an affidavit from a victim who was a Baltimore Public Housing resident and who worked as an administrative assistant for the deputy executive director of the authority.

In her affidavit, she said that in May 2015 she told the deputy executive director about demands from maintenance men for sex in exchange for repairs to her public housing unit. This was in addition to complaints, which are already in the public record, to lower-level housing authority managers and investigators in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

According to the affidavit, maintenance men in Gilmor Homes left the woman and her daughter without heat for two winters because she refused to have sex with them.
I can only imagine the howls from liberals if these allegations were made about workers at a private housing development, as opposed to a government-run establishment, which of course is the case here.

Oh, these maintenance workers are unionized.

According to one affadavit, a worker told a resident awaiting repairs, "You get what you ask for, you get what you pay for and you get what you put out."

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