LA firefighter under investigation for ‘wiping his butt with vaccine mandate letter’

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a member of angel The fire department is being investigated for allegedly dropping his pants and wiping his buttocks with a compliance letter received for not complying with the city’s vaccine order.

The LAFD member was being accused of the act by the Stentorians of the City of Los Angeles, a group that represents black firefighters.

A spokesman for the department confirmed on Wednesday that firefighters gave an “inappropriate response” to receiving the letter.

According to an LAFD spokesperson, the alleged incident took place on November 18.

“The department is aware of the gravity of the allegations and has taken immediate action upon learning of the incident,” Cheryl Getuiza said.

A member of the Los Angeles Fire Department is in hot water for allegedly wiping his buttocks in public with a non-compliance letter to the city’s vaccination mandate

A spokesman for the department confirmed on Wednesday that firefighters gave an

A spokesman for the department confirmed on Wednesday that firefighters gave an “inappropriate response” to receiving the letter.

LAF.  According to a spokesperson, the alleged incident took place on November 18

LAF. According to a spokesperson, the alleged incident took place on November 18

The LAFD member in question is currently on paid administrative leave.

The Stentorians claim that the LAFD captain and chief officer witnessed the incident, which took place at Fire Station 69 in Pacific Palisades.

“La City Stentorians are sick and disappointed by this horrific display of unprofessionalism,” the Stentorians statement said. ‘Till date, we have not heard anyone from the LAFD administration condemning this blatant disrespect and harassment.’

Stentorian called on Mayor Eric Garcetti, the city council and the fire commission to ‘promptly and promptly give any city employee the right to behave in such shameful and threatening manner as not to feel entitled and to encourage Take action.’

He said that the Act was a ‘finished’ offence.

LAFD chief Ralph Terrazas has faced calls for removal from select members

LAFD chief Ralph Terrazas has faced calls for removal from select members

A spokesman for Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said he expects the fire department's leadership to handle the matter.

A spokesman for Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said he expects the fire department’s leadership to handle the matter.

“No matter how our members react, all city employees must comply with city ordinances—either file for exemptions, get vaccinated, or face termination,” Getuiza said.

A spokesman for Garcetti said on Wednesday that the mayor is “expecting the fire department’s leadership to take the matter seriously, and will make it clear that these horrific actions will not prevent enforcement of the rules we put in place to save lives.” Is.’

The chairman of the fire commission expressed displeasure.

Jimmy Woods-Grey said, ‘I am shocked at such an act by a LAFD firefighter.’ He said that ‘strong corrective action is necessary’.

City employees who have not yet vaccinated or are seeking a waiver must sign a notice directing them to provide proof of vaccination by December 18.

Refusing employees will be placed on unpaid leave.

A group called Firefighters 4 Freedom is suing the city over vaccine rules, while some staff groups want LAFD chief Ralph Terrazas to be fired amid allegations the department is not addressing harassment and bullying, specifically For women firefighters.

A recent survey found that a significant number of LAFD members do not trust their leaders, while many in the department are dismayed at how top brass discipline members are sworn in.

The vaccine mandate has been a controversial topic across the country.

Even though vaccination continues across the country, vaccine mandates remain a contentious issue

Even though vaccination continues across the country, vaccine mandates remain a contentious issue

Since booster shots have been approved by government agencies, vaccinations have scaled back.

Since booster shots have been approved by government agencies, vaccinations have scaled back.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) suspended the implementation of its order which requires COVID-19 Vaccines for private companies after a federal court blocked the measure.

OSHA announced Wednesday that it was halting all enforcement of the measure of the emergency order, which required companies with 100 or more employees to have vaccines or weekly COVID-19 tests, or face a maximum of $136,532 in fines. is, $13,653 per violation.

The OSHA website said, ‘While OSHA is confident of its right to protect workers in the event of an emergency, OSHA has suspended activities related to the implementation and enforcement of ETS pending future development in litigation.

The rule is set to cover 84 million workers, and employers could face fines for ‘intentional violations’.

The announcement came after the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans stayed OSHA’s order “not to enforce or take any steps to enforce” the emergency order.

The mandate was set to take effect on January 4, 2022.

Biden requires companies with 100 or more employees to have vaccines or weekly COVID-19 tests, or face a maximum of $136,532 in fines, $13,653 per violation.

Biden requires companies with 100 or more employees to have vaccines or weekly COVID-19 tests, or face a maximum of $136,532 in fines, $13,653 per violation.

The DOJ promised to 'vigorously defend' Biden's vaccine mandate after it was held up by a federal court.

Biden's order requires companies with more than 100 employees to be vaccinated

Vaccine mandates have been highly controversial across the US

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