FJC’s Dino Skokos “Not Going to Be An Employee of District.” Or Will He? Schulz Zigs, Zags and Ends up Where He Started

The Schulz Factor: happy-looking but not believable

A while back, Fullerton junior College president Greg Schulz held an open house to share information with the constituents of the North Orange College Community College District. If anyone expected the usual milquetoast tea party, they would have been much mistaken.

One intrepid citizen brought up the matter of Dino Skokos, the  FJC security goon who attacked a student last fall. Here is the audio of the interrogation accompanied by a video of the beat down applied to the kid by Skokos.

To his credit, the interrogator will not let Schulz off the hook, and grills him pretty good. Schulz of course will say nothing specific and refuses to pass on the results of the taxpayer funded “investigation” commissioned by him via a law firm that specializes in protecting the people who run government agencies. It’s a “human resources” issue, see, and we poor saps who pay for the salaries of these individuals and the civil claims they cause, are not to know anything about them.

Schulz is happy to remind folks of the investigation; but what it accomplished and how much it cost us will be shrouded in mystery until long after Schulz has taken his massive pension. Schulz won’t even say if the Fullerton Police Department investigated this matter, an issue that has no bearing on personnel confidentiality at all.

There was a bit of confusion on campus…

Did you notice that at the 1:05 mark the esteemed Schulz says Skokos “is not going to be an employee of the district,” a curious statement given that Skokos is still on administrative leave nine months after the assault . Later he states that he is not permitted to say whether Skokos is coming back or not. It’s all a big secret, see.  So which is it? Who knows? Not the public, that’s for certain.

 

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15 thoughts on “FJC’s Dino Skokos “Not Going to Be An Employee of District.” Or Will He? Schulz Zigs, Zags and Ends up Where He Started

  1. Jeez, Schulz may as well conduct his “open house” in the Cone of Silence! I wish he were as transparent about the Skokos situation as he is with his choice of footwear…

  2. I’m soooo confused… Schulz says that the investigation has been completed, but the tax-paying citizens aren’t going to be informed of the results? Should we be concerned there might be similar assaults on the student population in the future?

  3. “Schulz won’t even say if the Fullerton Police Department investigated this matter, an issue that has no bearing on personnel confidentiality at all.”

    Good point. The public has the right to know if a potential crime was reported to the police and then investigated. It has nothing to do with the laws that shield government employee records.

  4. The only thing we can know for sure is that the NOCCCD is run by hapless jackasses who can’t be honest or transparent.

  5. ‘Slippery Schulz’ is Greg’s new moniker. I was given 1-1/2 hours of notice for this ‘open forum’ meeting. Did you also know the college has commissioned a completely new and separate EIR for the football stadium? No? We get to go through the entire dog and pony EIR scoping session show again sometime in January. The college can’t seem to learn that the residents will not put up with and do not want a 5000 seat lighted stadium less than 100′ from the nearest home. They promise ‘this time’ we lowly residents WILL get to see the renderings, learn the ‘field use policy’, etc., etc… the college sure does love to spend taxpayer dollars to get an EIR that is favorable to the stadium.

    We shall call president Schulz ‘Slick’ henceforth. Dr. Slick if you’re into useless titles and extra letters after your name.

    1. 5000 seat stadium? For the 200 people who go to a Hornet football game?

      What’s wrong with FHS? Or the stadium the City built at CSUF?

      Fortunately you will have the opportunity to use the EIR to identify the option with the LEAST impact, i.e. the “no build” option using the HS or the CSUF stadiums. They will try to tell you that it doesn’t satisfy THEIR project requirement of an on-campus facility and you can tell them that NOBODY is on campus on a Saturday afternoon.

  6. If “the investigation was completed” then why is Skokos still on paid leave? This is some crazy shit.

    1. Good question.

      Maybe the intrepid citizen can go the the next NOCCCD meeting and ask the trustees.

        1. What’s the difference between Molly and a hen that got hit over the head with a one inch thick wooden paddle?

          I don’t know either.

      1. Looks like the intrepid citizen will have just one opportunity in August. The first meeting in August is a closed session:

        Only Regular Meeting in August:
        Fourth Tuesday, August 22, 2017 5:30 p.m.

        I’ll also ask them why they insist on a new football stadium when FUHS said they (FJC) are more than welcome to use the newly refurbished field and stadium at Fullerton High School for FJC’s 6 home football games starting Fall 2018. A new stadium at FJC is absolutely, positively unnecessary. And superfluous.

        ‘Slick’ Schulz and Trustee Jeff Brown insist the new stadium will be for ‘student instruction’ but we all know the stadium will be rented out 7-days per week. Why else would you ‘need’ 5,000 seats, 6- 100′ tall LED lighting towers and a loudspeaker PA system for ‘student instruction’ unless you planned on renting it out?

        Cluck, cluck….

        1. Actually, IC, you can address the Board after their Closed Session. They have to have public comments.

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