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Alicia Sierra’s best quotes from ‘Money Heist’ that prove she’s the boss

We may hate her, but there's no denying Alicia Sierra is a boss babe in 'Money Heist'. This is just a selection of her finest quotes over parts 3 and 4.

If you’re looking for a crime drama featuring the most badass villain around, look no further. Money Heist is the most gripping show on Netflix right now, and the queen of the series, Inspector Alicia Sierra, is just the cherry on top. 

Inspectora Sierra’s the ruthless leader of a task force set out to bust up the heisters. Oh yeah, and she’s doing all this while pregnant. Just listen to some of her savage quotes and you’ll see how much of a boss she is. 

We may hate her, but there's no denying Alicia Sierra is a boss babe in 'Money Heist'. This is just a selection of her finest quotes over parts 3  and 4.

“You love the sound of your own voice, don’t you? You’re like a radio presenter.”

Alicia isn’t afraid to make it known that you don’t waste her time. And she certainly has style when she zings this line over to the Professor. Get to the point or get burned.  

We may hate her, but there's no denying Alicia Sierra is a boss babe in 'Money Heist'. This is just a selection of her finest quotes over parts 3  and 4.

“Shoot first, and ask questions later.”

Clearly Alicia Sierra is not your average inspector. She

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National Right to Work Foundation Foundation Defends Michigan Teacher from Union Boss Money Grab as Union Sues for Dues Teacher Never Owed

Foundation helps teacher respond to Michigan Education Association lawsuit seeking collection of ‘back dues’ from her after she resigned her union membership

Ann Arbor, MI (April 24, 2020) – With free legal aid from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Ann Arbor-area teacher Deborah Wolter is defending herself against Michigan Educators Association (MEA) union lawyers who filed a lawsuit claiming she owes thousands of dollars in back dues, despite the fact that the purportedly owed dues are for a period after she resigned her union membership. Under Michigan’s Right to Work law, nonmembers cannot be required to make any payments of union dues or fees.

As her response to the union lawsuit notes, Wolter does not owe MEA any dues because she resigned her union membership in August 2014. Because MEA’s demands for dues violate Michigan’s Right to Work law, Wolter’s attorneys are fighting to dismiss the union’s

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