Here are the ‘players ” DEBRA DAVENPORT , who retired, she was in charge of audits up until this year when the AZ Board of Nursing has their audit . Did she help them ?
LINDSAY A PERRY , she has FRAUD examiner in her back ground . Will she find the FRAUD by the BON. OR turn a blind eye. (A Perry was on the BON, amongst other connections )
MELANIE CHESNEY she’s been there long enough to know what is really going on, audits or cover ups ? 94-2021 she got a big pension to gamble with .
Geo Graham , head of charter schools , need we say any more , we do know what mission creeps got the law passed and made millions on charters (farnsworth ring a bell Graham ? )
Dale Chapman, graduate of BYU . Need we say more ? You do know that they ONLY TAKE CARE OF ANOTHER ONE !
VICKI HANSON , seems like there is a HUNTER IN THE WOOD PILE? hmm and don’t forget about the creeps Kristi Hunter , who was working at the BON.
A lot seem to be from Mesa, Tempe area , getting ‘friends ” in a state job ? then there are the past Dir of the Auditor Gen office
DOUG NORTON , grad BYU Idaho, IRA OSMAN , it is the IRA that just seems to flow with zion curtain gangs .
Can this office do their job with INTEGRITY , can they do a real AUDIT ? Can they look into and find the FRAUD ? Time will tell . Amazing how these people gather in state agencies to protect another one. Maybe not this time. We’ll see . This is their mandate but like the corrupt BON , do they follow it ? This office is the ONLY over sight , once a decade .
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