Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Kelley Lynch Email To CIA, NSA & FSB Re. The Proxy Stalker's Lies About Me, Ross Oviatt & GCI

From: Kelley Lynch <kelley.lynch.2013@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 4:26 PM
Subject: Re: Fw: Read: Kelley Lynch email to the IRS, FBI, DOJ, CIA, NSA, and the Russian Security Service (FSB) dated Tuesday, March 10, 2015 5:40 PM
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Hi CIA, NSA, and FSB,

Do you want to see what Ross wrote about "GCI."  Read below.



+Kelley Lynch Gianelli stop lying about me and others.  Ross sent me this email which sets forth what happened.  He didn't say we were drinking all day.  You are moonlighting for someone and you're criminal harassment and slander will not deter me.  I think Hess will understand that the documents submitted to him were submitted within the past year.  He didn't seem like a complete moron and even he mentioned "perjury."  Your informant must have forgot to tell you that.  You then attempted to blame Ross Oviatt for sending the vile email slandering Oliver Stone.  I remain convinced it was you.


From: Ross Oviatt
Date: Sat, Dec 15, 2012 at 3:49 PM
Subject: Re: EDD hearing
To: Kelley Lynch <kelley.lynch.2010@gmail.com>

I am writing this statement to corroborate and give credence to Kelley Lynch's claims for unemployment as a result of wrongful termination. I declare the following information to be a truthful and accurate account of the events leading up to and surrounding our termination from Grassroots Campaigns, Inc. I worked with Kelley as a field manager for the company from June 2011 through January 2012. Kelley and I were among the top earners for campaigns ranging from the ACLU to Amnesty international, and had considerable influence in keeping office morale up, and in creating a culture of social cohesiveness between employees. Kelley dutifully performed her job above and beyond expectations, enduring enormous amounts of physical and psychological stress in pursuit of an altruistic solution to the socio-political problems plaguing our society. I know her to be a person of outstanding integrity, whose conduct stems from both virtue and scruple. The events leading up to and surrounding the termination were as follows:

Kelley and I spent the day fundraising in pleasant hill, which proved to be an extremely demoralizing experience for both of us. After having homophobic epithets and vociferous, myopic rhetoric hurled at us, we left "turf" in a state of apprehension and despondency. Upon returning to Berkeley early as a result of low traffic conditions, we noted that we had failed to take our break amidst our frenzied attempts to perform well in a highly hostile environment. We decided that since we had the time to spare, we would sit down for some food. Kelley proceeded to drink ONE beer, which we had never been instructed was against policy and figured was acceptable because we were no longer in uniform, had finished canvassing for the day, and were entitled legally to a 10 minute break. Shortly thereafter, we entered the office to debrief and do our cash-out. After discerning that an alcoholic beverage had been consumed, Tyler instructed Kelley and I that we were to be placed on temporary suspension through tuesday, whereupon we would be allowed to come back to work. After Tyler conferred with his superior, Dan Doubet, we were then told to come in on tuesday afternoon, where we were taken aback at the revelation that we were being laid off; the news came as a complete shock to the both of us.

I would also like to testify to the horrid working conditions we were placed under and my certain inference that Kelley and I were seen as liabilities to the company- Simply put, we were seen as obstacles in the path of the company's unbridled corporate malfeasance. Myself and several other employees faced relentless sexual and verbal harassment from one Tomas Moreno, our superior, and only after months and months of pleas that fell largely on Doubet's deaf ears did they take any steps whatsoever to resolve the situation. I was frequently bombarded with homophobic sentiment from one of the directors, was harshly criticized, emotionally belittled and constantly forced to weather a slew of vitriolic language. After noting to the management that these were severely unacceptable working conditions and that performance was being affected drastically, Dan Doubet reluctantly agreed to address the issue and terminate the offender's employment with the company. That is where my status as a liability for the company comes in- notwithstanding the fact that my car was put out of commission by the relentless travel to destinations up to 80 miles away, for which i never received adequate compensation. Kelley was seen as a liability as well, as a direct result of an incident involving her health on turf in Montclair. After enduring harsh weather conditions and the psychological stress intrinsic to the position created by GCI, Kelley collapsed and was taken to a nearby emergency room, thus creating a potential problem for the company from a legal perspective. GCI has a long history of employee abuse and routinely takes advantage of  philanthropic, altrustic individuals. We were paid based on an incredulous and unfair commissions scale against the office average, and even top performers were living hand to mouth throughout the duration of my employment there.

I firmly believe that it was a fortuitous time for the management to rid themselves of two people whom they saw as potential liabilities to the company. Kelley is an upstanding woman who is most certainly entitled to unemployment benefits given the extenuating circumstances of the situation.

signed, Ross Oviatt