This site speaks to the dispute between Mike and Doug McCarron of the Carpenters Union
 
During Doug McCarron's tenure (eighteen years) as General President of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters, the UBC has filed and prosecuted numerous 14D charges against officers and members of our union. In every case, the UBC's trial committee found the union member guilty and kicked those members out of our union.

Sound familiar. Mike McCarron did not receive a fair trial over the trumped up charges filed against him. Even with a defense that exonerated him from all of those ridiculous charges, the trial committee found Mike guilty, and the UBC kicked him out of the Union.

Read below to understand how the UBC controls the trial process.

1.) The UBC files14D charges against the member

2.) UBC General President (Doug McCarron) appoints a Trial Committee – which consists of     members from the General Executive Board. (Doug McCarron's Executive Board)

3.) Union trial date is set

4.) Trial Committee entertains evidence from the prosecution and defense

5.) UBC Trial Committee deliberates

6.) UBC Trial Committee issues a verdict (always guilty)

7). The member can appeal the Trial Committee’s Decision to the General Executive Board (Doug McCarron's Executive Board) 

8.) The UBC's Executive Board accepts the UBC Trial Committees' guilty recommendation

9.) The member has 30 days to appeal the guilty verdict to the General Convention. 

10.) According to the UBC the member is not entitled to appear at the General Convention for their appeal, ensuring that the delegates do not get to hear from Mike McCarron.

ATTACHED IS THE TRIAL COMMITTEE’S DECISION ON THE FALSE 14(D) CHARGES AGAINST MIKE MCCARRON.  KEEPING THE ABOVE INFORMATION IN MIND, DO NOT TAKE THE INFORMATION IN THE DECISION AT FACE VALUE.  

CHECK BACK NEXT WEEK FOR MIKE’S APPEAL WHICH IDENTIFIES ALL THE UNTRUTHS IN THE UBC’S DECISION. 

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