To The Daily Sun,
An open letter to the N.H. Department of Education Office of Investigations:
Please accept this letter, along with all of its attachments, as my formal request for an investigation into what I believe constitutes the falsification of public documents with malicious intent by the chairman of the Alton JMA, Diane Beijer, and the superintendent of Prospect Mountain High School, Mr. Robert Cullison.
On Nov. 7, I sent email letters to Mr. Cullison and Diane Beijer expressing my desire to reach an out-of-court settlement with “the Prospect Mountain School Board.”
In response to my request, I received a letter dated Nov. 8 signed by JMA board Chair Diane Beijer which states in part, “the board has elected to decline your proposal for a confidential settlement.”
This letter, signed by Diane Beijer, is a falsified public document. A document created by her, Mr. Cullison, and attorney Matthew Upton in order to deceive me into believing the JMA board discussed, considered, and voted on my settlement offer, something the board did not do.
Further evidence of the malicious intent of Cullison and Beijer is found in the fact that the JMA board met on the evening of Nov. 7, where Cullison and Beijer could have presented my letter to the entire JMA board for its consideration and vote. This never happened. The meeting minutes, as well as Mr. Cullison's email to me, reveal the JMA board was never made aware of, discussed, or ever voted on my settlement offer.
On Dec.5, I notified Superintendent Cullison that I would be filing a criminal complaint against him and Beijer for falsification of a public document (which I did) and that I would be attending the JMA meeting of Dec. 5 (which I did), where I would expose to the entire JMA board to the illegal and unethical actions of both of them and too publicly request they both resign (which I did).
What took place at the JMA meeting of Dec. 5, was perhaps one of the most stunning acts of public corruption and coverup I have ever witnessed.
Diane Beijer brought forth her falsified public document to the forefront of the meeting, a document the entire board was now fully aware had been referred to law enforcement authorities for investigation as being a falsified public document (I informed them all prior to the meeting). Almost immediately, knowing full well the board never discussed or voted on the settlement proposal and the letter was a falsified public document, Mr. Leavit mad a motion that the JMA "endorse" Beijer's response letter to me, which they did.
Therefore, as a result of the JMA board's vote to endorse this falsified public document, I am requesting an investigation into this matter include the entire JMA board’s actions to endorse and cover up Cullison and Beijer's illegal activities.
Jeffrey Thomas Clay
- Written by Edward Engler
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