You mean the same Frank L Vandersloot, confidante money man for Mitt Romney's campaign ,who's being sued by one of his top executives for a whole host of charges including slander ,defamation of character, and interference in prospective business relations? "Former high-earning Marketing Executive for Melaleuca alleges that after being interrogated by Melaleuca management and an in-house attorney, she was wrongfully terminated then publicly slandered by the company and VanderSlootJust months after being slimed by President Barack Obamas re-election campaign, Mitt Romney supporter and businessman Frank VanderSloot was informed that he was going to be audited not only by the Internal Revenue Service, but by the Labor Department as well.
VanderSloots saga was told by columnist Kimberley Strassel in the Wall Street Journal last July.
In April 2012, VanderSloot, who served as the national co-chair of Mitt Romneys presidential finance committee, was one of eight Romney backers to be defamed as wealthy individuals with Two months later, the IRS informed VanderSloot he and his wife were going to be audited, Strassel reported. Two weeks after that, VanderSloot was notified by the Labor Department that it was going to audit workers he employs on his Idaho-based cattle ranch under the federal visa program for temporary agriculture workers, reported Strassel.
The H-2A program allows tens of thousands of temporary workers in the U.S.; Mr. VanderSloot employs precisely three, Strassel wrote.All are from Mexico and have worked on the VanderSloot ranchwhich employs about 20 peoplefor five years. Two are brothers. Mr. VanderSloot has never been audited for this, though two years ago his workers ranch homes were inspected.(The ranch was fined $8,400, mainly for too many flies and for grease build-up on the stove. God forbid a cattle ranch home has flies.)
This letter requests an array of documents to ascertain whether Mr. VanderSloots foreign workers are provided the full scope of protections under the visa program: information on the hours theyve worked each day and their rate of pay, an explanation of their deductions, copies of contracts, she continued.
In her column, Strassel raised the specter that the IRS targeted VanderSloot for his political activism.
The lawsuit, T. Dorfman, Inc. and Terry Dorfman individually vs. Melaleuca, Inc. and Frank L. VanderSloot individually, was filed two days ago on December 7th in the United States District Court in the District of Utah, Northern Division and seeks a judgment against Melaleuca for not less than $5.1 million.
The detailed Dorfman vs. Melaleuca and VanderSloot complaint runs 19 pages " Check this out: http://www.mlm-thewholetruth.com/network-mark...