One of the protesters claimed he was threatened by Nelson when he and his fellow whiners set up shop near Nelson's home.
The man who says he was threatened, Arthur Tiscia, 40, in a telephone interview Wednesday said he went to Nelson's home in Miller Place on Dec. 21 with a group of the cleaners who had lost their jobs.The story takes a disturbing twist on multiple levels at this point. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) predictably sided with Tiscia and Nelson unfortunately caved when the NLRB ruled that if he wanted to avoid further trouble, he would have to post a sign in the front of his business that said the following:
They set up a table and a banner in the street near Nelson's driveway and intended to ask Nelson's neighbors for food donations for Christmas, for the families of janitors who had lost their jobs, Tiscia said. Nelson came home and threatened him, Tiscia said.
"We will not threaten to kill you or to cause you bodily harm because you engage in activities" in support of a labor union.SEIU's behavior is beyond reproach but at some point, people like Tiscia need to stand up to these thugs.
h/t to Big Government