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South Bay politician allegedly stole confidential documents

Rebecca Eisenberg, an elected director of the Santa Clara Valley Water District in Silicon Valley, is currently under scrutiny over allegations of pilfering thousands of confidential documents related to an ongoing investigation into claims of harassment and abuse by her colleagues. According to a report from San José Spotlight, the incident was captured on security camera footage. Eisenberg, who has been the focus of a yearlong investigation involving accusations of gender discrimination, intimidation, and making derogatory remarks about male colleagues, is said to have taken the documents after having been granted access to them in a secure room.

Despite explicit instructions for board members, including Eisenberg, not to take any photos or make copies of the sensitive materials, with the understanding that the documents should remain within the confines of the designated room, security camera footage suggests otherwise. Board Vice Chair Richard Santos has voiced concerns for the confidentiality of Valley Water employees, fearing potential compromise. Eisenberg, while acknowledging being instructed not to remove the documents, has stopped short of confirming whether she took them. She staunchly asserts her right to access the investigation’s findings, further fueling the complexity of the situation.

This incident has exacerbated existing political tensions within Valley Water’s leadership, giving rise to calls for a thorough investigation to address concerns about transparency and accountability within the organization.

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