Seattle commies try to extort private business

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My Northwest.com (reporting Brandi Kruse):  A historic Seattle bakery has been targeted by a group of protestors who claim the owner has unfair labor practices.  Borracchini’s Bakery has been located in the Rainier Valley for nearly 90 years, and owner Remo Borracchini said his customers have become like family. Which is why when he started to get complaints that an employee was being rude to customers, he decided to let her go.
“I said, ‘We can’t do this anymore, we just can’t do this anymore,” Borracchini said. “She said, ‘You mean I’m fired?’ I said, ‘Yes, you are.'”  The worker had been with the business for nine years.
But not long after he let the woman go, she showed up at the bakery with a group of more than 50 people. The demonstrators marched inside the small shop, and delivered Borracchini a letter that demanded he pay his former worker $7,901. The letter claimed that the employee was denied breaks as required by law, and therefore entitled to 10 minutes pay for every four hours she worked.
“We hope and expect that this will be done soon, within no more than two weeks,” the letter read. “Otherwise, we will take further action.”
Local talk show host Dori Monson interviewed both the shop owner and the commies from Seattle Solidarity.  Listen here.
Lee from Seattle Solidarity Network talked to Dori. The fired employee claims she never took a break in her nine years of employment. In lost wages, that adds up to $8,000, she and the group claim. They say if the fired employee doesn’t receive $8,000, they’ll protest and drive business away, and eventually shut down the bakery permanently.
Remo said he has surveillance video showing the woman on her breaks.
Things definitely got a little heated between Dori and Lee, especially as Dori asked him, point-blank, if what the protestors were doing to the bakery was extortion. When Lee couldn’t laugh off the questions any longer, he finally hung up.
From the Seattle Solidarity website:
Our goal is to support our fellow workers’ strikes and struggles, build solidarity, and organize to deal with specific job, housing, and other problems caused by the greed of the rich and powerful.
We are loosely affiliated with the Seattle branch of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), a radical labor union. 
So why did this woman continue working at the bakery after 1, 2, 3, even 5 years if she wasn’t allowed to take breaks?  Sounds like the commies from Seattle Solidarity want nothing more than to extort money from this private business owner.
Dori is asking folks in Seattle to support the bakery and prevent the commies from ruining his business.  If you are in the area and want to go to the bakery, it is located at 2307 Rainier Avenue South.
DCG

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kwon
kwon
8 years ago

I will be there Saturday to support the bakery. I am so sick and tired of this pompous, pretentious, pr*cks from the left that wants to shakedown small businesses.

SAM
SAM
8 years ago

I have a few friends in the Seattle area and will make certain they know about this. They will forward to all their contacts! WE have to stick together to combat this commie intimidation.

Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
8 years ago

Criminal gangs have gone mainstream, under the guise of OWS and “social justice.” This is extortion, plain and simple.

Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
8 years ago
Reply to  DCG

Hooray! I’m glad the patriots came through for the bakery owner.
I agree with your prediction, DCG. Commies in Berkeley, too, don’t emerge until about 10-11 am, or when the sun comes out. 😀

Shawn
Shawn
8 years ago

This dreadful! I have gone to Borrachni’s and bought a treat in support of Remo. This woman has to be the dumbest employee on Earth if she doesn’t know to take a break after ten years. Also, since 10 minute breaks are on the clock meaning you are paid and if you skip the break you are still getting paid, where is she losing income? This has been my experience in over 30 years of work both Union and non-union. I have been a union shop steward and president and there is no Wobblies union. They were around in the… Read more »

Abused Tenant
Abused Tenant
8 years ago

invite anyone who believes that the owner of this bakery is a man of integrity to view this link, and at length:
https://unga-bunga-boo.livejournal.com/7762.html

Shawn
Shawn
8 years ago
Reply to  Abused Tenant

Lady you still got evicted. He won not you. Probably because you were a poor tenant. Landlords will work with tenants who keep their units neat and pay rent on time. You don’t state how well you kept the place and if your rent was late constantly. Also, no one is saying he’s a saint. We just don’t like public shakedowns. You have a wage problem? There is a legal way to get this resolved. Pro bono. What these morons have done is set this poor woman up to be arrested for extortion if charges are pressed and ruined any… Read more »

DCG
DCG
8 years ago

We came, saw commies, and bought goods. Friend there said commies tried to block front door and cops removed them.Kept commies off property. Lots of patriots there!

Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
8 years ago
Reply to  DCG

Make sure you take lots of pics! You’re reporting on site for FOTM! 😀

SAM
SAM
8 years ago

Abused Tenant, If you were my tenant with your skulls etc , I would use any excuse to get rid of you. If you knew of the code violations and accepted them, you are complicit. So now it is sour grapes at best to mention it. Nothing to see here!

Shawn
Shawn
8 years ago
Reply to  SAM

Couldn’t have said it better myself.
Heard that someone got hurt at today’s protest. Does anyone know who started it? Is the woman okay?

DCG
DCG
8 years ago
Reply to  Shawn

From mynorthwest.com (KIRO 97.3 radio):
Fights broke out among patrons and protestors after a customer offered cookies to one of the demonstrators, a bakery employee said. According to witnesses, a female member of SeaSol hit the plate of cookies out of his hands then slapped him during an argument, and the man pushed her to the ground.
We purposely went as late as protestors were there because we didn’t want to be exposed/involved w/violence, for personal reasons. Heard for the most part cops had it under control.

Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
8 years ago
Reply to  DCG

The commie turned violent when she was offered a cookie, which is an act of kindness. Amazing.

Shawn
Shawn
8 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

These folks are a humorless bunch. Kindness is wasted on them.
Hope they enjoy being in Jail for Easter. I’ve been in jail during Easter. Not fun.

Shawn
Shawn
8 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

You are right about that. But in her eyes she would be eating the fruits of those being oppressed. Still a simple “No thank you” would have got the message across. She got what she really wanted when she struck the man and he forgot to “turn the other cheek” as Christ also taught. Neither came off looking goof in my opinion.

Shawn
Shawn
8 years ago
Reply to  Shawn

I meant good.

Shawn
Shawn
8 years ago
Reply to  DCG

Seasol’s website said that if they got Gladys her backpay they would give it to charity. Looks like Remo is doing that rather than pay her. And he is donating more than she asked for plus she is helping her former co-workers get a bonus. So in away they are helping the laborers. Wonder if Seasol will realize they have won but keep up this nonsense.