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YOU CANT MAKE THIS UP: San Antonio “Ready To Work” Coordinator Previously Arrested in Prostitution Ring Sting

 

You can’t make this stuff up. The Head of San Antonio’s “Ready for Work” program was arrested in a Florida prostitution ring prior to taking over this position in Texas. 

In another era in a city not run by liberal woke lunatics, this never would have happened.

A local San Antonio station released this shocking report.

KSAT has learned Michael Ramsey, the executive director of the city’s Workforce Development Office, was arrested on a misdemeanor prostitution-related activities charge in Florida in April 2021, less than four months before the city announced his selection for the job. The dispositions of the charge are listed on a public records search site as “state closed file diversion” and “administratively nolle prossed,” indicating that the case was dropped and Ramsey was not convicted.

The information relating to the arrest and charge appears to have been expunged from the public record, but his mugshot was included in part of a high-profile news release and press conference by a Tampa-area sheriff. The photo and booking information are also still easily found through a Google search of his full name and “Florida.”

Federal court records also show Ramsey, who manages the city’s $200 million job training program, San Antonio Ready to Work, filed for personal bankruptcy in 2008.

A San Antonio representative responded to the news network:

“At the time of hire, Workforce Development Executive Director Michael Ramsey’s background check indicated that he had no criminal history. The City conducted a subsequent criminal background check that validated the absence of any criminal record.

“The City has no record of any arrest or conviction involving Ramsey.

Someone should ask Mr. Ramsey what he was thinking when he was hired for the “Ready for Work” program.  

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