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Hey, isn't that...?: Michelle Rhee at E Street Cinema

Michelle Rhee, 2009. (Melina Mara/TWP)

  • Michelle Rhee getting turned away from her own movie Sunday afternoon -- because it was sold out! The D.C. schools chief, one of the stars of "Waiting for 'Superman,'." showed up to the E Street Cinema's 2:30 p.m. screening of the public-schools documentary with her daughters. Secured seats for the 4:15 showing, in rainy-day jeans and flannel.

  • By The Reliable Source  | October 5, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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    RESEARCH Michelle Rhee's ongoing
    CONFLICTS OF INTEREST machinations, financial gaming the system, and legal violations --- in Washington, DC and also in Sacramento.
    Did you know that every time she brings in a new inexperienced, unqualified "Teach for America" intern that she pays her ex-husband's organization (he's the "TFA" Communications Director) a fee of several thousand dollars for each recruit -- which goes toward his salary and he then repays back to her as child support ! -- that's self-dealing. ======= Investigate the rattling skeletons in both Michelle Rhee's and Kevin Johnson's closets, while they've been protected from consequences by their big-money financier and corporate backers (including -- deliberate prevarication, budgetary machinations & financial scandals (including misappropriation of over $400,000 in federal grants), sexual misconduct with students (teen minors)
    and staff subordinates, cover-ups and 'hush money' deals
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