Wife of Republican George P. Shultz has Trouble Accounting for Public Funds – Gadfly Petrelis Shoots, Scores

SFGov gadfly and convicted City Hall bathroom “peak”-er* Michael Petrelis alleges that this is how Charlotte Mailliard Shultz accounts for sacred money raised through taxes upon The People:

Are you fucking serious, a photocopy of adding machine tape?

I cry foul.

*And the difference betwixt you and the Chronicle photographer is that she had consent so the fact that they happened to be in a bathroom don’t matter.

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6 Responses to “Wife of Republican George P. Shultz has Trouble Accounting for Public Funds – Gadfly Petrelis Shoots, Scores”

  1. mpetrelis says:

    Library spokeswoman Michelle Jeffers has said in writing that permission was not granted to snap those photos. What evidence do you have showing the library granted consent to the SF Chron photographer? Just curious.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    It doesn’t matter whether the library people granted permission or not. What matters is whether the people photographed consented. If the library authorized photos in the bathroom and the subjects weren’t aware, then that could be a crime.

  3. mpetrelis says:

    Have you spoken with the women in the photos directly? I’d like to hear from them what happened. Lemme know your source about permission from the women was granted.

  4. sfcitizen says:

    How did Suzuki get their names if they didn’t talk with her? Don’t you think they might have noticed her massive three-pound camera and the telephoto zoom she carries around? Don’t you think they knew she was a photographer for a big newspaper?

    If you hear the couple next door having sex again, how do you know both parties consented? You don’t but are you going to report that as a possible crime?

    If somebody takes a selfie in a SFPL bathroom is that a crime, since it’s against the rules? What if your friend is in the shot?

  5. mpetrelis says:

    OK, so you didn’t speak with the women in the pix.

  6. sfcitizen says:

    They’re might be at the Main Library right now – why don’t you hunt them down and ask them if they remember some stranger photographing them using a camera with a loud flapping mirror?

    Psychological projection: a defense mechanism in which a person unconsciously rejects his or her own unacceptable attributes by ascribing them to objects or persons in the outside world.[1] For example, a person who is rude may accuse other people of being rude.

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