By Robert Haugh
We never heard of the Prague Post. But they probably have never heard of us either.
But they’ve heard of disgraced former City Councilman Dominic Caserta (or have they?).
Looks like we have excellent sources in Eastern Europe. We got a tip that Caserta published an oped last week in the Prague Post. It’s titled: “Dominic Caserta Analyzes the Causes and Solutions for Urban Traffic”.
What? He never shared his great ideas with us.
The Prague Post “was the longest-running English-language newspaper in the Czech Republic.” But since 2013, it’s been an on online-only publication.
They describe Caserta as a “Santa Clara educator and former three-term City Council Member.”
They don’t mention his resignation from the council after allegations of sexual harassment and abuse were made against him. Most of his accusers were his female Santa Clara High School students. There are 15 police reports filed against Caserta to date.
They also don’t mention that he’s on the international database called the Creep Sheet. It’s described as “the most complete list of public figures accused of sexual harassment or assault.”
Or that he has complaints against the Santa Clara Unified School District and the City of Santa Clara for ruining his life. No kidding.
Our sources say Caserta is preparing lawsuits that are frivolous. But he hopes to get some dough out of any institution dumb enough to give it to him.
Caserta has been seen only once in town since he resigned from office in May 2018. That was last week. He was in City Hall to turn in some economic interest forms, we were told. Our sources did not notice if Caserta was carrying his passport and a plane ticket to the Czech Republic.