reported on via the Times-Standard, Hilary Mosher claims that she was set-up by anti-Measure V, anti-rent control interests for the purpose of sabotaging her efforts to enact rent control for mobile homes in Humboldt.
Of course, anyone with a lick of sense (i.e. not
LMOB) and the ability to read time stamps on an email could plainly see that she was full of it. We wish to extend our congratulations to Ms. Mosher for coming clean, and would leave her with a friendly word of advice: don’t try to extort people, and maybe just keep your head down for a while.
THC loves how Mosher went all Bill Clinton about her extortion attempt. But it turns out that the only one who could prove Mosher was lying was her conscience – or, you know, the frickin’ email she sent that served as written record she not only attempted extortion but then lied to multiple media outlets who gave her some very good press.
In other Mosher news, remember when she got accused of duct-taping kids’ legs and ankles together at her Montessori school, and she claimed that she was repairing holes in the kids’ clothes? Well, we found another little document (turns out that Mosher has a poor understanding of how written documentation works), it seems there might have been some truth to that one too.
We present to you, from the State of California’s Health and Human Services Agency’s complaint department, a copy of the complaint lodged against Mosher. Please note the following sentences: “Based on interviews with staff, children, and parents the preponderance of evidence standard has been met, therefore the above allegation is found to be SUBSTANTIATED. Children were not accorded safe, healthful, and comfortable accommodations, by applying duct tape on children’s feet/ankles.” Just for your reading pleasure, folks.
Turns out no one is safe from her extortin’ and tapin’ ways.
Now, we (almost) promise that this will be the last you hear about Mosher from us. Unless she somehow manages to top this fiasco.