Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Menendez's Reelection Celebration.

May 18, 2018 at 1:04 P.M. packages of materials including the essay below with attachments were sent by priority mail to the following recipients:

Justice Anthony Kennedy
United States Supreme Court
1 First Street, NE
Washington, D.C. 20543
USPS Tracking No.: 905 5142 0130 8138 1575 21.

Jefferson B. Sessions, Esq.
United States Attorney General
U.S. Attorney's Office
Southern District of New York
One St. Andrew's Place
New York, N.Y. 10007
USPS Tracking No.: 9505 5142 0130 8138 1575 38.

The Embassy of Cuba to the
United States of America
2650 16th Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
USPS Tracking No.: 9505 5142 0130 8138 1575 14.

I encountered intense computer crime and obstructions as I struggled to write at this blog on May 8, 2018. 

Attachments to the finished text will make the obstructions clear to all intended recipients. 

New Jersey government and/or judiciary computers were used in the commission of these crimes and attempts at censorship that is content-based.

The essay that appears below with one hundred sources attached will be sent to United States Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy; Jefferson B. Sessions, Esq., U.S. Attorney General (as of this morning); and to the Cuban Embassy to the United States of America.

There is no longer any point (for me) in seeking to communicate with the legal ethics establishment in New Jersey.

It is never certain whether I will be able to return to this site to continue writing. 

The amount of harassment and, I believe, N.J. governmental computer crime that I struggle against to write and post essays is beyond my powers of description. 

It is bizarre and to use a much-maligned word, "surreal," that I have yet to receive a response from the Manhattan District Attorney and New York Police Department to my communications.

There is reason to hope that things are different with the feds.

No doubt Justice Kennedy can hardly wait to receive my communications and, along with his Brethren, will be absolutely delighted to have been made a part of this fascinating story. 

Jersey Journal Editorial Board, "Menendez 'Severely' Admonished by Senate for Actions That Led to Indictment," Jersey Journal, April 26, 2018, posted to the online edition (Front Page Lead) ("The Senate Ethics Committee [made up of 3 Democrats and 3 Republicans] severely admonished U.S. Senator Robert Menendez Thursday" -- Mr. Menendez may be immune to reforming his conduct as a result of public humiliation! -- "for accepting gifts from a friend and campaign donor, Dr. Salomon Melgen, and advised [Menendez] to repay their [full market] value ..." Presumably, these payments would be made to Dr. Melgen in prison. The Committee in a letter to Menendez said that the senator advanced Melgen's "personal and business interests" while accepting those gifts. Mr. Menendez's lawyer Marc Ellias, Esq. may have lied by suggesting in response to this letter that such "accusations" were "rejected by a trial jury" that actually failed to arrive at any verdict one way or another, nor was the criminal trial result for Mr. Menendez "determined" by a judge who upheld 11 counts of the most recent restored indictment even as he rejected 7 other counts of the same indictment. Mr. Menendez continues to be the subject of new FBI investigations and grand jury proceedings unrelated to Dr. Melgen that involve persons close to the senator, allegedly, and maybe the senator himself as a prospective witness. The disgrace to the U.S. Senate resulting from Mr. Menendez's conduct was noted. See the discussion below in the list of sources.) 

Nick Corasanti, "Menendez, No Longer a Defendant, Is a Candidate," The New York Times, March 29, 2018, p. A18.

Rod Zeitlinger, "Housing Authority Security Head Fired as Job Probe Widens," Jersey Journal, April 4, 2018, posted to the online edition 

Matt Gray, "Pastor Admits He Sexually Assaulted 4 Kids Over 16 Year Period," N.J.Com, February 17, 2018, posted to the online edition ("Harry L. Thomas, a former pastor at Come Alive Church in Medford, has admitted to sexually assaulting minors, authorities announced." The reverend is alleged to have claimed that his sexual peculiarity is "no sin in New Jersey." It is unclear whether this "holy man" was among those who prayed with Mr. Menendez at his recent trial before jury members. Given the horrible example set by Mr. Menendez, Mr. Thomas's reprehensible conduct is hardly unforeseeable. "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "Wedding Bells Ring For Menendez!") 

Anthony G. Alterino, "Principal Talked Sex Toys, Wanted Me in Short Skirt, School Official Says in Law Suit," N.J.Com, April 4, 2018, posted to the online edition ("Denise Vega-Moore claims in a lawsuit that she was sexually harassed by the principal while working as his assistant at Hackensack Middle School." Allegedly, much the same behavior was experienced by students -- 12- and 13-year-old girls -- at this school.) 

"UNION CITY -- Senator Robert Menendez officially announced his intention to run for reelection at a raucus rally on Wednesday, a remarkable turn two months after federal prosecutors dismissed corruption charges against the N.J. Democrat." (N.Y.T., March 29, 2018, p. A18.)

In an astonishing and cynical display of contempt for the U.S. Constitution, Mr. Robert Menendez chose to hold his rally announcing his candidacy for reelection to the U.S. Senate in the packed gymnasium of the PUBLIC Union City High School where students not yet old enough to vote were excused from classes (i.e., compelled to attend) in order to cheer for the man still facing ethics charges in the senate and alleged grand jury investigations over additional corruption. ("Menendez Jury Undecided; Retrial Expected" and "Retrial For Senator Menendez.")

Many of the students in Union City's public schools happen to come from Republican families that do not support Mr. Menendez; others are opposed (or repelled) by "Boss Bob," even as Democrats, given his very public and utterly loathsome behavior in recent years.

Fear of reprisals from the local political machine, and other forms of intimidation, resulted in "silencing" students and their relatives concerning the sickening corruption and incompetence in New Jersey under Mr. Menendez's rule. ("Law and Ethics in the Soprano State" and "Criminal Complaint Against Christie Allowed to Proceed.") 

This pervasive fear explains, perhaps, the understandable reluctance of many Union City residents to express anything but unreserved joy at the prospect of six more years of absolute power for "Big Bob." ("Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office.")

America's public schools and buildings, legally, are to remain neutral and not to be used as props or stage settings in partisan political dramas by allegedly corrupt politicians fond of strong arm tactics. ("Bribery in Union City New Jersey" and "Menendez Blames Castro For His Prostitution Habit.") 

One can only shudder with trepidation for the teenage girls exposed to Mr. Menendez's potential "amorous" attentions. ("New Jersey is Lucky Luciano's Havana" and "Senator Bob, the Babe, and the Big Bucks.") 

Neutrality in the public square and the inviolability of children are among the legal principles once taken for granted in American society. ("New Jersey is the Home of Child Molesters!" and "Is Union City New Jersey Meyer Lansky's Whore House?")

Perhaps for a man who sees no moral fault or need for an apology after having sex with what he claims was a 17-year-old (others say a 14-year-old) girl in his 62nd year such a "sentimental" concern for children seems "naive or idealistic." (Corrupt Law Firms, Senator Bob, and New Jersey Ethics.")

"For 11 weeks last year, the senator was a defendant in a federal corruption trial with headlines tracing the prosecutor's case, which accused him of abusing his office to help his friend and co-defendant, Dr. Salomon Melgen, [now a federal prison inmate convicted of criminal frauds against the taxpayers with the senator's assistance,] an eye doctor and political benefactor from Florida." (N.Y.T., March 29, 2018, p. A18.)

As voters ponder their choice in this election Mr. Menendez has grounds for confidence despite his colorful history. ("Menendez Charged With Selling His Office" and "Was Menendez Bribed to Get a Visa For a Croney?")

New Jersey's senior senator has compiled a war chest containing from $17 to $20 million, much of this money derived from "murky" sources, along with untold (or undeclared) cash that may also be available. ("Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics" and "More Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.")

More importantly in a state with a solid traditional Democratic base and powerful machine for what is tactfully called "getting out the vote" (often votes are "derived" from local graveyards), Mr. Menendez may expect and will certainly receive thousands of votes in his favor no matter what happens in the headlines even if these votes are not cast legally by any living person. ("Voting in North Bergen New Jersey.")

Joseph Stalin once brushed aside any concern with the number of voters supporting him in an election by explaining that he only needed the support of the persons counting the votes. 

This charming anecdote concerning Mr. Stalin was discussed by President Putin recently with a merry chuckle. ("Bribery in Union City New Jersey" and "Illegal Payments to Bob Menendez.") 

Bob Menendez agrees with Stalin and Mr. Putin on this issue. ("Does Senator Menendez have mafia friends?")

On the other hand many votes for Mr. Menendez's Republican opponent, Mr. Hugin, are certain to be "lost" so as not to be counted. ("New Jersey is the Home of the Living Dead.")

Mr. Menendez has decided, wisely, to run against Donald J. Trump who is unpopular in New Jersey as, indeed, is Mr. Menendez despite a substantial lead in polls among "likely" voters from Hudson County's graveyards. 

In terms of what New Jersey's residents may expect from yet another term for Senator Bob the items appearing in local media accompanying the declaration of the Menendez candidacy make it very clear that this will include more political corruption; waste (or theft) of millions of taxpayer dollars; PROTECTED child-molestation and -prostitution on a colossal scale; drug dealing in urban counties with the cooperation (or even participation) of local police departments; a N.J. legal profession and judiciary under the thumb of political bosses will rubber stamp Mr. Menendez's wishes and keep his croneys in power (or sitting on the judicial bench) as the Garden State remains a joke or a byword for corruption on a global level. ("New Jersey is America's Legal Toilet" then "New Jersey's Political and Supreme Court Whores" and "New Jersey's Judges Disgrace America.")

To take only one example among many that will be listed, for example, in Mr. Menendez's Hudson County, right in the town neighboring Union City, North Bergen Housing Authority Director, Geoffrey Santini, has been fired amid reports that he spent little time at the $87,000 per year job as more allegations of mafia-controlled figures in positions of authority (including long-time Mayor "Big Nicky" Sacco) lead to additional F.B.I. probes. ("North Bergen New Jersey is the Home of La Cosa Nostra" and "Jay Romano and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.") 

More allegations of theft in Union City and North Bergen are surfacing in the media as corruption in the Jersey City, West New York, and other police departments, also in Hudson County, has led to the creation of a federal task force that is meant to bypass the "contaminated" Hudson County Prosecutor's Office. ("New Jersey Lawyers' Ethics Farce" and "Organized Crime Group in New Jersey's State Police.") 

Similar allegations concerning the Elizabeth police department are followed by claims of payoffs to Union County politicians. 

If this is the sort of community you wish to live in and hope that your children will thrive in then, by all means, vote for Mr. Menendez and you will be certain to get more of the same. ("Menendez Says He's Not Going Anywhere!")

One hundred sources will be attached to this essay detailing the exact condition of Mr. Menendez's home turf and his alleged "achievement" as a "fighter" for the people of the state after more than 30 years in public life.

The only way that positive change will happen in New Jersey is if people develop the courage to resist by refusing to reelect corrupt and/or incompetent politicians to office. 

You must decide whether Mr. Menendez is worthy of your continued support, assuming that it is not too late for all votes to be counted in Hudson and Bergen, Essex and Union Counties, so as to make a real difference for New Jersey's future.


Noah Cohen, "North Jersey Man May be the First Charged Under the State's New Child Erotica Law," N.J.Com, March 11, 2018 posted to the online edition ("A Belleville man, Anthony Domenick, 25, is accused of possessing illicit images of children in what is possibly the first case brought under an expanded state law that bans sexually suggestive images of minors, even if the children are clothed, authorities said Thursday." There are already planned U.S. Constitutional challenges because of vagueness along with other due process grounds against this law which is amazingly poorly written. Worse, because of the involvement of police and prosecutors in this protected New Jersey industry, child-porn and -prostitution, "discretion" will probably result in highly selective applications of the law to "disfavored" offenders. "New Jersey is the Home of Child Molesters" and "New Jersey Welcomes Child Molesters.") 

Rod Zeitlinger, "Say Camp Counselor Had Sex With 14-Year-Old Camper; Bayonne Man Among 79  Nationwide Charged For Child Pornography," Jersey Journal, December 2, 2017, posted to the online edition (William Esker, 22, of Bayonne, New Jersey; Craig Kirschner, 39, of Malboro, New Jersey -- a nice Jewish boy? -- Jonathan Latiof, 49, [sic.] along with Raul Rodriguez, 33, of Jersey City, who were probably police officers were among the 79 persons in this Jersey-based network of child-porn afficionados whose next court appearances are coming up this month. Additional arrests are expected soon in Hudson County in connection with these same events that may involve "unidentified officials" in the area.) 

Anthony G. Alterino, "Three Men Raped an Unconscious Woman," N.J.Com, February 14, 2018 posted to the online edition (Fittingly enough, on Valentine's Day, a group of true romantics displayed their fondness for the fair sex by raping an unconscious woman. This is something prominent lesbians in New Jersey seem to enjoy. Ms. Santiago? Estela de La Cruz? Loreta a.k.a. Loretta Weinberg? Probably Lilian Munoz has done the same. I wonder what Ms. Munoz was doing in my office asking to see confidential client files secretly? Did Ms. Munoz lie about her identity to Marilyn Straus? Did Lilian Munoz -- Mr. Menendez's former law partner -- have sexual contact with Ms. Straus at any time? Was Ms. Straus unconscious or under hypnosis during some of these contacts Lilian? "Emeterio Castelan," 35, "Luis Tenecela," 20, and "Rene Jimenez," 29, are accused of sexually assaulting a woman in East Rutherford on February 5, 2018. No doubt this is today's style of "Jersey romance." Is this "ethical" Ms. Poritz? Mary Marban? Compare "Marilyn Straus Was Right!" with "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest" and "New Jersey Lesbian Sends Nude Photos to Minor" then "N.J. Lesbian Professor Rapes a Disabled Man" and "Jennifer Velez is a Dyke Magnet!")

Michelangelo Conte, "Messages on a Girl's Facebook Page Lead to Sex Charges for a Man: Police Say," Jersey Journal, February 15, 2018 posted to the online edition (Juan Gaspar, 20, who I am sure is a Bob Menendez supporter actually old enough to vote, sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl -- the child may be too old for Senator Menendez's taste! -- to whom the accused wrote suggestive messages posted on Facebook. Mr. Gaspar had sex with the young girl over a period of years beginning when the minor was 13-years-old. These events were discussed, openly, online, but were not "discovered" by the police until the matter was brought to their attention by a family member upset that complaints had been ignored. "An Open Letter to Cyrus Vance, Jr., Esq.") 

Chris Sheldon, "A Train Packed With Jersey Feces is Laying Waste to an Alabama Town," N.J.Com, April 4, 2018, posted to the online edition (Waste products to be used as fertilizer have been "compiled" in a train station for days or weeks generating a stench that has driven local residents to take legal action. Mr. Menendez is described as a "train of N.J. feces" heading for Washington, D.C., but will New Jersey residents finally be driven to legal action to stop that train? Is "Jersey Feces" a redundancy? "New Jersey's Feces-Covered Supreme Court" and "New Jersey is America's Legal Toilet.")

Stephanie Saul, "Resignation at Harvard Over Claims of Abuse," The New York Times, March 17, 2018, p. A15. (Jorge I. Dominguez, a Harvard Professor of Government regarded as a "distinguished" as well as "highly ethical" Cuban-American supporter of Mr. Menendez and Mr. Rubio, has been forced to resign from the Harvard faculty over "sexual indiscretions" with graduate students for whom Mr. Dominguez, allegedly, sang his version of "Cuban Pete" wearing only a sombrero. No doubt there is a video of this performance. In response to requests for an explanation Professor Dominguez claimed that he "did not speak English." Compare "Miami's Cubanoids Protest Against Peace!" with "Cubanazos Pose a Threat to National Security.") 

Elizabeth A. Harris, "Prep School [in New Jersey] Faces Claims It Hid Abuse By Teacher," The New York Times, March 7, 2018, p. A21. (Elite prep-school in New Jersey, Pingry, faces claims that authorities lied about and covered-up -- probably with the assistance of police and prosecutors in Union County and Elizabeth -- sexual abuse of generations of students. Did New Jersey's OAE and Supreme Court KNOW OF and COVER UP sexual and other abuse of persons under hypnosis by "David" and/or "Diana Lisa Riccioli" or others? What happened to Marilyn Straus under hypnosis when she was legally incapable of consent? What did the OAE and New Jersey Supreme Court know and when did they know it? John McGill? Alex Booth? Howard Brownstein? Perhaps "Assignment Judge" Maureen Manteneo will shed some light on this mystery? Lourdes Santiago? Loreta a.k.a. Loretta Weinberg? "An Open Letter to My Torturers in New Jersey 'Terry Tuchin' and Diana Lisa Riccioli.")

Mike O'Coban, "Englewood to Challenge Leonia Road Closures," North Jersey Press South, March 26, 2018, p. 1. (The Leonia/Verona district is embattled over decisions to close local roads to non-residents of these towns. An investigation of local Middle School Principal Maria Martinez a.k.a. Barcelo, allegedly, is underway, but it may be "fixed" at any time. Mr. Menendez? Do you protect your secret "informers" Mr. McGill? Did you promise what you could not deliver Mr. McGill? Did Mr. McGill or anyone else, such as "David," for example, "guarantee" a particular result to Ms. Martinez? If so, what was that result? "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.") 

M. Apuzzo, M. Schmidt, M. Haberman, E. Sullivan, "Lawyer's Files a Bigger Risk Than Mueller," The New York Times, April 4, 2018, p. A1. (Michael D. Cohen, Esq., a New York and New Jersey lawyer, also an alleged "friend" not only of President Donald J. Trump but also of "Little Debbie" Poritz and Stuart Rabner to say nothing of Barry Albin's rabbi, may have lied to investigators and obstructed justice, whether from necessity or inclination, without consequences in New Jersey, but leading to problems elsewhere. Mr. Cohen claimed to have acted on his own without Mr. Trump's knowledge to settle the Stormy Daniels matter -- grounds for disbarment? -- even as Mr. Trump claimed, through his new counsel, that he was in fact the "client" for the purpose of asserting attorney/client privilege in the case suggesting that President Trump knew of the contents of Mr. Cohen's files that he now wishes to keep private and that he had "misrepresented the facts" in earlier statements denying that he, Mr. Trump, was the client in the same Daniels matter. This fact has now been reasserted by Mr. Trump in a Fox News television interview when the president admitted that Mr. Cohen represented him in the Stormy Daniels matter: "Is truth dead?" and "N.J. Lawyers Have No Ethics!")

M. Haberman, M. Apuzzo, M.S. Schmidt, "'Access Hollywood' Tape Said to be Focus of Raid," The New York Times, April 12, 2018, p. A18. (Mr. Cohen, President Trump's so-called "fixer," is now the target of a "criminal" prosecution. N.J.'s OAE remains silent as does Barry Albin's rabbi, evidently, since no ethics matters are forthcoming against Mr. Cohen in New Jersey. I wonder why this is true? Double standards to benefit nice N.J. Jewish persons? "David Wildstein and Equal Protection of the Law in New Jersey" and "New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit.") 

Lindy Washburn, "Clifton Doctor Banned From Prescribing Painkillers," The Record, April 4, 2018, p. A-1. (Evangelos Megoriatis, M.D. overprescribed thousands of doses of painkillers and performed unnecessary surgeries to scam Medicaid as well as other insurers. Was Dr. Megoriatis "assisted" in his efforts by Senator Menendez for a small fee? "Menendez Croney's Office Raided.")

Joshua Jongsma, "Mayor's Son Sold Drugs, Cops Say: Works at Salon in Rochelle Park," The Record, April 4, 2018, p. L-1. (Anthony Bianchi, 44, of Nutley was arrested for drug dealing after being observed conducting numerous illicit transactions. The suspect is the son of North Arlington's Mayor which will ensure him a place in the local P.T.I. program allowing him to avoid any prison time. Drug-induced deaths and serious devastation of many lives will never be controlled in New Jersey until lawmakers and judges understand that more than street corner drug transactions by minority offenders are involved in what Mr. Christie called this "crisis." Cops and politicians are part of this illegal "industry" in New Jersey. Time to leave the hypocrisy and lies at home if you really wish to deal with the reality on the ground Mr. Rabner. "Have you no shame Mr. Rabner?")

Ken Serrano, "N.J. Drug Deaths on Record Pace," The Record, April 6, 2018, p. A-1. (New Jersey drug dealing and many resulting casualties are on the rise, largely (it seems), because of POLICE and prosecutorial complicity to say nothing of judicial corruption and incompetence. This should surprise no one when the likes of Lourdes Santiago and Maureen Manteneo are "on the bench" or, worse, in the old wicked days, Sybil R. Moses: "Suspected drug deaths in New Jersey have risen to 765 through April 1, [and] they are on pace to top the 3,000-mark for the first time, according to new data from the attorney general's office." Compare "Sybil R. Moses and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey" with "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!") 

Keldy Ortiz & Kaitlyn Kanzler, "Ex-Teacher Charged in Assault Case: Police Say Clifton Man Allegedly Had Sex Relations With a Student," The Record, April 6, 2018, p. L-1. (Yet another child molesting teacher in the soiled New Jersey educational system adds to the "aroma" of what has been described as "the rectum of the nation." Joshua Green, 33, of Clifton -- a nice Jewish boy -- residing in a town that is well-known mafia turf, evidently, had sex with a teenage student for years. Passaic County Prosecutor and alleged lesbian "M.Valdes" said: "Whatever." See: "New Jersey Rabbi Faces Child Porn Charges.") 

Joe Malinconico, "Drug Dealing Charges For Grandmother, Granddaughter," The Record, April 6, 2018, p. L-2. (Altagracia Soto and her 17-year-old granddaughter were among 9 people arrested pursuant to an investigation in Paterson's 6th ward. Detectives seized $10,000 in marijuana and cocaine along with almost $15,000 in cash. There may have been prostitution involved in this social circle as well as the drug activity. Grandma may have pimped her granddaughter and others, including minors no doubt, together with other items for sale there may have been guns and illegal documents available at cut-rate prices. "Links" to Joey Torres, Esq. and Bob Menendez, Esq. are no doubt denied. This operation has come as news to Ms. Valdes the Passaic County Prosecutor. "14-Year-Old Girl Goes For $500 in Union City New Jersey" and "New Jersey Welcomes Child Molesters.")

Deena Yellin, "Support Grows For Limits on Nepotism: North Jersey Towns Find Hiring Ordinances Help," The Record, April 9, 2018, p. A-1. (In Lodi and most of New Jersey hiring at the municipal level is "all in the family" in every sense. New Jersey is mafia country. Allegations that the DiChiaras and Quatrones have become the Corleones and Barzzinis of North Jersey cannot be confirmed. Limiting nepotism offends traditions of home rule in New Jersey. Police Chief Vincent Quatrone said he "don't know nothing!" Jaynee LaVecchia agrees: "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State" and "Jaynee LaVecchia and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.")

Kevin Johnson, "Prosecutor Recused From Cohen Raid," The Record, April 11, 2018, p. A-3. (Geoffrey Berman, Esq., Mr. Christie's man in New Jersey who is alleged to have assisted the former governor's famous "telephone lies" and "lies about his telephone" in connection with Bridgegate, recused himself from the raid on Michael Cohen, Esq.'s office. Does Mr. Berman "belong" to Donald J. Trump these days? Do these entangling alliances explain the silence from the U.S. Attorney's office in connection with my matters as international attention grows? Nothing will happen to Mr. Cohen who is deemed an "ethical" New Jersey attorney. "Christie and Mastro Accuse Each Other of Lying.")

Richard Cohen, "Democratic Boss Gets Welfare Board Slot," The Record, April 11, 2018, p. L-1. (John Currie, Esq. is "on the tit" in New Jersey. As local Democratic party "boss" Mr. Currie's "part-time" gig is only one of many public jobs he holds with perks. The Passaic County Board of Social Services pays him $92,000 per year for a no-show or little-show part-time job with benefits resulting in one more pension. This is highly ethical and will, probably, next place Mr. Currie on N.J.'s legal ethics committee. Do you speak to me of "ethics" at the OAE? "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" then "New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit.")

Joe Malinconico, Kaitlyn Kanzler & Steve Janoski, "FBI Arrests Two Cops on Civil Rights Charges: Paterson Officers Focus of 15 Month [sic.] Probe," The Record, April 12, 2018, p. A-1. (Jonathan Bustos and Eudy [sic.] Ramos were arrested for corruption after a 15-month FBI investigation. They were then placed on the street again as POLICE OFFICERS WITH TAXPAYER-PROVIDED WEAPONS only to engage in extortion once more so as to be re-arrested. Passaic Prosecutor Ms. Valdes remains clueless and more incompetent than ever. Arrests of police officers in Passaic as well as Hudson and Union Counties are expected in the weeks and months ahead. Ms. Valdes claims she was "having her nails done and didn't know nothing." Did you get some new hoop earrings Ms. Valdes? North Bergen's Police Department, evidently, committed crimes against me that were covered-up by OAE lawyers and judges who are now lying about the whole thing. "New Jersey's KKK Police Shocker.")

Richard Cowen, "Will New Jersey Act to Curb Wrongful Convictions? Paterson Case Puts Spotlight on Flaw in Criminal Justice System," The Record, April 12, 2018, p. L-1. (Eric Kelley and Ralph Lee were incarcerated for 24 years for a murder they did not commit only to have their release obstructed and prevented by prosecutors who knew of their factual innocence. Nothing will happen to these prosecutors. Stop lying OAE. Time to tell me the truth. Did you lie about a conflict of interest Mr. Rabner? Should you, Mr. Rabner, not be an example to the profession and community? Think of your ethical obligations as "Chief Justice" Mr. Rabner: "No More Cover-Ups and Lies Chief Justice Rabner!" and "Stuart Rabner's Selective Sense of Justice.")

Nick Corasanti, "Tension Snaps Between Two Democrats in Trenton," The New York Times, April 18, 2018, p. A19. (The honeymoon is over for Mr. Murphy who seems to have, unintentionally, stepped on Mr. Sweeney's huge ego and tiny sense of public responsibility or ethics. A Murphy comment about African-American Ph.D.s appointed to the new governor's cabinet upset Mr. Sweeney who delayed hearings on these appointments in order to compel Mr. Murphy to kiss his ring so as to receive Mr. Sweeney's benediction laid on with the left hand. Meanwhile, the people of New Jersey, to quote former U.S. president Richard Nixon, "get shafted.")    

Joe Malinconico, "Developer Files Suit Against Candidate," The Record, April 12, 2018, p. L-1. (Typical of N.J.'s mutual back-scratching and corrupt or "self-serving" politics is this recent episode in Passaic: "Prominent politician and developer Charles Florio filed a law suit on Tuesday accusing mayoral candidate Pedro Rodriguez of using his city job in the police department to generate business for a family-owned security camera company." What else is new? Mr. Rodriguez may be the heir of the Joey Torres machine.) 

Joshua Jongsma, "Ho-Ho Kus Man Charged in Child Porn Investigation," The Record, April 12, 2018, p. L-2. (Jason Keizer, a Ho-Ho Kus man, was accused of possessing heinous child porn on his computer which must have been for more than personal use, but will not face prosecution under new harsher laws aimed at minority offenders. After an arrest for similar offenses in 2014, Mr. Keizer was caught engaging also in "real life" sexual activity with a minor in New York. "It's O.K. in New Jersey!" Mr. Keizer said. New York officials prefer that such activity stay in New Jersey.) 

Joe Malinconico, "Paterson Teacher Arrested: Officials -- He was Indicted in Arizona on Sex Charges Involving a Minor," The Record, April 12, 2018, p. L-2. (With the right pay offs to the appropriate officials -- Bob Menendez perhaps -- persons may be hired to teach in New Jersey schools even if they have committed crimes or stolen disability benefits elsewhere. Right Ms. Martinez? Joshua Valvano, a social studies teacher and soccer coach, was arrested at school 27 in Paterson and immediately suspended without pay, in light of new allegations of sexual relationships with a minor, or minors, in what has come to be called the "Jersey disease." Given the number of recent incidents involving shootings and other violence in schools it is shocking to realize that loathsome persons are often permitted to remain teachers or principals in New Jersey schools. Ms. Martinez?) 

Dustin Racioppi, "N.J. Lawmakers OK Pay Hikes For Judges, Other Officials," The Record, April 13, 2018, p. A-4. (In recognition of the great job that judges in New Jersey are doing as are all other officials, especially prosecutors and police officials, these persons will receive a pay increase "from $169,000 to $173,000 per year" plus "other perks" and, possibly, multiple pensions depending on the number of their previous or current public jobs some or many of which will not involve actual work of any kind. "New Jersey Superior Court Judge is a Child Molester" and "New Jersey's Failed Judiciary" then "New Jersey's Judges Disgrace America.")   

Joe Malinconico, "Two Paterson Police Officers Remained On Duty Until Wednesday Arrests," The Record, April 13, 2018, p. L-1. ("Authorities allowed two Paterson police officers [Was Mr. McGill allowed to remain on duty after my revelations?] to continue policing city streets for several weeks after federal law enforcement agents allegedly received videos and audio evidence that the cops were illegally preying upon people." Shaking down citizens and accepting bribes from drug dealers is reserved for Superior Court Judges in New Jersey. "Edward M. De Sear, Esq. and New Jersey's Filth.") 

Joshua Jongsma, "Lawyer Kept Client Funds, Officials Say," The Record, April 13, 2018, p. L-2. (Among the lawyers claiming to be my "ethical superiors" are not only the "allegedly" mob-linked and now so-called "Assignment Judge" in Hudson County Maureen Manteneo and the non-English-speaking Lourdes Santiago, but also Paul A. Dykstra, Esq. of Paterson, who has been arrested for using about $250,000 of client money. Such sleazy individuals -- often persons who stole from me -- disapprove of my ethics because I did not steal from clients or commit crimes. No wonder these people are suddenly afraid to face me in a federal courtroom. "More Mafia Arrests in New Jersey and Anne Milgram is Clueless" and "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State") 

Joe Malinconico, "Paterson Schools Are Failing Children, NJ Trustee Says," The Record, April 13, 2018, p. L-2. (Ellen Shaefer, Superintendent of Paterson Public Schools, may well be correct about the abysmal failures of New Jersey schools. Children may have a better chance of being raped than educated in many of New Jersey's filthy schools. "New Jersey's Filth, Failures, and Flaws.")   

Scott Fallon, "Why is it so hard to breathe in New Jersey?," The Record, April 18, 2018, p. A-1. (The smell of feces, carcinogens in the air and water, noxious fumes from the Linden Refinement Facility, but especially the moral rot pervading New Jersey courtrooms and Trenton government buildings -- some under very expensive renovations -- has made breathing and living difficult for ordinary people in New Jersey. Will Mr. Murphy clean-up New Jersey? 650,000 persons will experience difficulty breathing due to environmental factors this year in New Jersey. "Chris Christie and Joey Torres in New Trouble.") 

Scott Fallon, "Narratives Collide in Sex Abuse Lawsuit," The Record, April 16, 2018, p. A-1. (Bergen Catholic High School For Boys joins the ranks of the many New Jersey schools specializing in child molestation. The lawsuit names coaching staff and others who are alleged FOR YEARS to have taken advantage of student wrestlers and other boys who were exploited and abused without their parents knowledge at this expensive institution. The harm done to young people as a result of these experiences is and, will be, lifelong.) 

Joe Malinconico, "Paterson FD Chief's Payout Now at $300,000," The Record, April 20, 2018, p. L-1. ("Former Fire Chief Michael Postelino's projected retirement payment for unused 'leave time' has passed the $300,000 mark, which is 24 percent higher than what city officials initially said he would receive." Like many officials in New Jersey Mr. Postelino is now, and will remain for life, "on the tit." This pleasant phrase means that the public treasury has become a cookie jar for him and local insiders in perpetuity. In addition to the lump sum payment this person will receive pensions for each of the public jobs he has held in his career and he may work "part time" for, say, up to $90,000 or $100,000 thereby earning yet another PUBLIC pension. The limit under some situations is three to five public pensions while a person is still working "part time" as a retired "public servant" in New Jersey. Welfare Queens? No wonder Jersey judges "need" a pay increase.)

Meghan Grant, "Ex-Councilman Demands Apology Over Ethics Probe," The Record, April 20, 2018, p. L-3. (Joel Brizzi is the latest victim in the hypocritical effort on the part of the vermin in the so-called "ethics establishment" in Trenton to use legal and governmental ethics charges as a political weapon targeting persons local "bosses" and their pet judges do not like, or persons whose opinions are disfavored by such neanderthals in New Jersey. Time to stop lying and tell the truth Mr. Rabner. "David Wildstein and Equal Protection of the Law in New Jersey" then "No More Cover Ups and Lies Chief Justice Rabner!" and "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.")   

Farah Stockman, "Candidates Are Embracing the 'S' Word," The New York Times, April 22, 2018, p. A-15. (As new leadership emerges in Cuba the return of socialism in the West grows stronger among young people. "Cuba Libre.")

Dustin Racioppi, "Changes Will Let More Light Up: Murphy's Legal Weed Push to Continue Too," [sic.The Record, March 28, 2018, p. A-1. (The suggested improvement in Trenton would allow New Jersey government officials to "light up" marijuana cigarettes during debates and votes. New Jersey's Supreme Court justices may choose to do the same. This assumes that they fail to do so now. "New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Faces Ethics Charges" and "New Jersey Supreme Court's Implosion.") 

Nicolas Pugliese, "Menendez to Seek Another U.S. Senate Term: Plans to Announce at Union City Event," The Record, March 28, 2018, p. A-3. (It never occurred to anyone that public buildings and the children of Union City's residents would be used as "props" for the purpose of a Bob Menendez campaign video. This is the level to which Hudson County's "boss politics" has fallen. No wonder that Mr. Menendez's Republican opponent has spoken of the "sleaze" surrounding the New Jersey Senate seat today and the shame he feels, as a New Jersey resident, that Mr. Menendez represents the Garden State as a nest of foul corruption in Washington, D.C. It is and should be seen as "shameful," to quote Mr. Hugin, that Mr. Menendez is a U.S. Senator and, allegedly, an attorney in New Jersey. Is this New Jersey's legal ethics Mr. Rabner?)   

Stacey Borchenger, "Lakewood Fraud: 159 Are Granted Amnesty, Repay $2 MILLION," The Record, March 28, 2018, p. A-4. ("State Officials said Tuesday 159 people [all Jews] took advantage of a controversial prosecution amnesty program in the wake of the welfare fraud [lying to scam money] arrests in Lakewood. Those individuals are expected to repay a total of $2 MILLION -- an average of $13,800 each -- in Medicaid benefits [which] they WRONGLY RECEIVED, according to the Office of the State Comptroller." There is no record of such a deal being offered to African-Americans prosecuted often for trivial amounts of over-payments in food or medicine to mothers of small children or disabled men. African-Americans are indeed prosecuted to the "fullest extent of the law" in New Jersey for "perceived" fraud. Not our friends in the Jewish community, however, who, as Debbie Poritz explained, "do not commit crimes," especially if they happen to be Ms. Poritz's fellow lesbians. Lourdes Santiago and Maureen Manteneo will concur in this opinion to keep their judgeships. No one in Lakewood will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for criminal frauds resulting in the loss of millions of taxpayer dollars -- frauds which, evidently, will also not be deemed "unethical," nor will anyone be subjected to interrogations under hypnosis, tortured, or raped for committing these offenses as many persons are, routinely, in New Jersey with the knowledge of the authorities. Maria Martinez a.k.a. Barcelo may be correct: "Everybody does it in New Jersey!") 

Michael Kunzelman & Anthony Izaguirre, "2 Officers in Black Man's Death Won't be Charged," The Record, March 28, 2018, p. A-9. (If only the victims were suburbanite upper-middle class white persons their murders would merit, at least, the indictment of the officers as murderers. African-American victims of atrocities generate little concern from "ethical" New Jersey prosecutors and judges or police officers. No wonder that poor people whose rights are violated are often ignored by police and prosecutors. "An Open Letter to Cyrus Vance, Jr., Esq.") 

Matt Mercarini & Christopher Haxel, "Ex-MSU Dean Accused of Sexual Misdeeds," The Record, March 28, 2018, p. A-10. (Dr. William Derley, 70, was arrested Monday after decades of allegedly "sexually inappropriate" conduct with young female graduate students and medical students. Allegations that Dr. Derley's "shenanigans" may have involved "anesthetics" cannot be confirmed. A resignation may be all that is involved at this point because proofs are lacking. Is any further "proof" needed concerning sexism in our culture? For the same reason many New Jersey offenders were and are fond of using the so-called "date rape" drug. Alina Fallat?)  

Steve Janoski & Joi Agnish, "Chiefs Brace For Drug Test Guidelines," The Record, March 28, 2018, p. L-1. (Given the widespread drug abuse and alcoholism among New Jersey police officers, some Garden State police departments lead the nation in these problems with resulting incompetence, finally, compulsory drug testing of cops on a regular basis is contemplated. Try testing Union City, North Bergen, West New York and Elizabeth cops. Cops protecting drug dealers were sometimes paid in cocaine in such towns "allegedly.")

"New Jersey Transit Needs Some Financial Help, And Soon," (Editorial) The Record, March 26, 2018, p. A-9. (If the reward for theft, incompetence and sheer inaction at New Jersey transit is MORE public money for managers to throw away there will be no incentive for corrupt and/or moronic bureaucrats to get their act together. Much the same is true of the OAE where a culture of silence and mutual protection undermines the agency's mission to protect the public. The double standards must end. Time to tell the truth. "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.")    

Steve Janoski, "Fentanyl Penalty Seen as Too Light: Spread of Deadly Drug Prompts New Jersey Legislation," The Record, April 23, 2018, p. A-1. ("When the New Jersey State Police arrested Daniel Vazquez and Jesus Correa-Pineda in a North Bergen parking lot last June, the two men had between them enough fentanyl to KILL every person in New Jersey and New York city." If you believe that the local power structure in Hudson County, Bob Menendez, "Big Nicky" Sacco, along with the Hudson County machine, including a corrupt judiciary, police and prosecutors, have nothing to do with the reality of countless similar "teams" of men carrying similar or worse merchandise, usually into Manhattan and often with a police escort, you are simply not living in the real world. Hudson County's authorities are "for sale" -- with a few honorable exceptions -- so that drugs, guns, child-porn and -prostitution remains out-of-control. Accordingly, the danger to every resident of the area -- not only to New Jersey's people -- has become unacceptable. Fentanyl is used to "flavor" heroin, but it may be substituted next time for a nerve agent purchased on the black market from Syrian or Iranian suppliers, or even from Russians with access to the former KGB's stocks, then "spread" to Manhattan crowds causing many potential deaths, perhaps, and adding up to many thousands of related casualties in the days and weeks after such a terrorist attack. I can only hope that such a catastrophe will be avoided. The possible harm from New Jersey's culture of corruption concerns more than the loss of faith in what can only be described as a failed legal system and tainted politicians, but must now be seen as a genuine public safety issue for the entire tri-state area and not only for me personally or my family members. Do you speak to me of "ethics" Mr. Rabner? "New Jersey is Lucky Luciano's Havana.")

William Westhoven, "Morristown Woman Charged in Ring Smuggling to Iran," The Record, April 27, 2018, p. A-5. (If a person can smuggle things "into" Iran from New Jersey in violation of U.S. law then I am sure that it may be even easier to smuggle things "into" the U.S. from Iran --like a prohibited nerve agent! -- or a "weapon" obtained by way of Russian contacts of Iran since these countries seem to have common interests in Syria. Evidently, this is a matter that concerns the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Commerce Department. New Jersey authorities, as usual, were clueless.) 

"Confronting Threat of Hate, Terror in Our Midst," (Editorial) The Record, March 2, 2018, p. A-12. (Several of the suspects in the October 31 terror attack in Manhattan lived in Patterson. Other "culprits" in foiled attacks, also in Manhattan, were traced to Hoboken and Jersey City as well as Elizabeth, New Jersey. It is estimated that North Jersey has the largest possible "network" of sympathizers with extremist elements in the Middle East, including ISIS, of any comparable territory in the United States of America as well as the most corrupt and least effective law enforcement establishment and courts in the nation. This is not a good combination in terms of ensuring the security of the people in the tri-state area. "An Open Letter to Cyrus Vance, Jr., Esq.")  

Herb Jackson, "Kennedy: Legal Pot Will Bring Problems," The Record, April 23, 2018, p. A-1. (A number of organized crime groups favor legalization of pot because they are already involved in the illegal industry. The analogy to prohibition is obvious. There are superb opportunities for great profits for organized crime justifying the effort to push for legalization with the assistance of bought politicians: "Legalizing marijuana while the country is battling an opioid addiction epidemic would be like throwing gasoline on a fire ...") 

"Shortsighted Spite Has GOP Targeting Gateway," (Editorial) The Record, April 23, 2018, p. A-9. (The reason, Mr. Menendez, why the GOP is "skeptical" about the Gateway project to build a new railway tunnel into Manhattan is corruption. The Trump administration, correctly, has eliminated $900 MILLION allocated for the project because they know that much of this money will be stolen by Hudson County's "boys" and their friends. No tunnel will ever be built. "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics" and "Senator Bob Loves Xanadu!") 

Joe Malinconico, "Mail Votes Concern Bayonne Candidates: Past Schemes Have Led to Fraud Investigation," The Record, April 24, 2018, p. L-1. (Mail-in votes are prime sources of fraud in New Jersey elections. Many so-called "mail-in" votes are mailed-in from the great beyond.)

Jaynee O'Donnell & Anne Saker, "Data: Teen Suicides Soaring: Mental Health, Addiction Treatment Eyed as Causes," The Record, March 20, 2018, p. A-1. (Life conditions in New Jersey are such that the state's teens and children are among the most likely in the nation to commit suicide. I wonder why this would be true in a state that also leads the nation in drug abuse and child sexual exploitation? "New Jersey is America's Legal Toilet.") 

Christopher Maag, "N.J. Lawyers Get Serious About Weed," The Record, March 20, 2018, p. A-1. (Many lawyers and quite a few judges in New Jersey admit privately to smoking marijuana on a daily basis, usually before performing their official duties. This includes prosecutors hypocritically "enforcing" laws against the sale and use of marijuana and other C.D.S. Is this New Jersey's legal ethics Mr. Rabner? "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption" then "New Jersey Lawyers' Ethics Farce.") 

Alex N. Gecan, "Jersey Shore Mafia Drug Ring Busted," The Record, March 20, 2018, p. A-4. (The FBI disrupted a mafia drug ring bringing drugs from the Jersey shore all the way into Manhattan. These offenders enjoyed a great deal of protection from municipal and state police in New Jersey, but also from local lawyers and judges: " ... federal agents charged 79-year-old Carl Chianese of Point Pleasant, 49-year-old Michael Collichio of Garfield[,] and 58-year-old Joseph Seridio [sic.] of Upper [Saddle River?] Township with possession and conspiring to distribute metamphetamine, heroin, fentanyl, tramadol and marijuana ..." The men, allegedly, claimed to be "personal friends" of Maureen Manteneo.)

Joe Malinconico, "Lawsuit Alleges Police Brutality: Paterson Man Claims He was Beaten Over Complaint," The Record, March 20, 2018, p. L-1. (Mohamed Khalil has filed a federal lawsuit alleging that he was beaten by New Jersey police officers for filing a civil complaint over the violation of his rights by cops. Perhaps, as an African-American, Mr. Khalil was not aware that only mafia members paying protection fees are entitled to respect of their U.S. Constitutional rights in New Jersey. I was told by John McGill that the U.S. Constitution "does not apply to OAE proceedings in New Jersey." Maybe Mr. McGill was correct about that: "Driving While Black [DWB] in New Jersey" and "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.") 

Joe Malinconico, "Cash, Guns Drugs Seized in Arrests," The Record, March 20, 2018, p. L-3. (Michael Ortega, 35, a Bob Menendez supporter, was charged with 13 drug crimes and 10 weapons offenses. Mr. Ortega explained that he favored legalization of marijuana. Allegedly, the "Defendant" called on Bob Menendez to back efforts to make marijuana use comparable to cigarette smoking in New Jersey. Will Dr. Melgen vouch for Mr. Ortega? "Was Menendez Bribed to Get a Visa For a Croney?" and "Menendez to be Indicted; Christie Faces Ethics Charges.")

Matt Fagan, "Juelz Santana Remains Behind Bars," The Record, March 20, 2018, p. L-3. ("Rapper Juelz Santana, who is facing gun and drug charges, is likely to remain locked-up until Friday, which is how long it will take federal and state authorities to decide who will prosecute the case." Democrats in New Jersey seem amazingly close to organized crime offenders -- offenders whose actions make the allegations against Mr. Santana trivial by comparison -- but by coming down heavily on offenders without substantial resources or "connections" the same politicians can appear to be doing something about the "scourge of drugs in our communities," to quote Mr. Menendez, who, allegedly, is fond of cocaine and marijuana to say nothing of good Scotch: "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "Stuart Rabner's Selective Sense of Justice.")     

Maggie Astor, "Menendez is 'Severely Admonished' by Senate Panel for Accepting Gifts," The New York Times, April 27, 2018, p. A21: 

"The Senate Ethics Committee 'severely admonished' Senator Robert Menendez on Thursday for accepting gifts from a wealthy donor while using his position to promote the doctor's personal financial interests."

"Tricia Enright," [Lilian Munoz] the alleged personal spokesperson for Senator Menendez, reputedly claimed that "he doesn't care about that." 

The Committee "has also ordered Mr. Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat, [allegedly] to repay the market value of all improper gifts [from Dr. Melgen and not from others necessarily] that he has not already repaid."

The current market value of the Dominican Republic's prostitutes' professional services may be difficult to determine.

"The admonition stems from the same actions for which Mr. Menendez was indicted in 2015. His trial -- in which the doctor, Salomon E. Melgen, was a co-defendant -- ended in a deadlocked jury in November 2017, and the federal government chose not to re-try Mr. Menendez. In its letter of admonition, the Ethics Committee acknowledged that the trial 'did not result in a conviction,' but wrote, 'The criminal system, however, neither enforces nor supplants the Senate's rules of Standards of Conduct, [OAE? No proceedings against Mr. Menendez? Will legal ethics charges come from the U.S. Supreme Court?] and the committee's action stands independent of the result.' ..."

The specific factual findings of the committee are not disputed by Mr. Menendez:

" ... 'Mr. Menendez KNOWINGLY and REPEATEDLY accepted gifts of significant value [emphasis added] from Dr. Melgen without obtaining the required committee approval' and 'failed to publicly disclose certain gifts as required by Senate rule and federal law.' ..." 

In other words, Mr. Menendez lied and tried to hide the "relationship" with Dr. Melgen and the "gifts" received:

"The gifts included private flights and nights at luxury hotels."

Having now been found to have brought disgrace and dishonor to the U.S. Senate and legal profession in New Jersey, Mr. Menendez has been asked to do what Mr. Torricelli did for the good of the institution, i.e., to abandon his reelection effort. 

Mr. Menendez has refused all requests to do the right thing. 

Jonathan Salant, "Menendez 'Severely Admonished' by the Senate for Actions That Led to Indictment," N.J.Com, April 26, 2018, posted to the online edition, (The U.S. Senate's Ethics Committee unanimously determined that as expressed in its public letter to New Jersey's senior senator: "Notably you have not disputed the fact that you accepted numerous gifts from Dr. Melgen and took official actions related to his interests." Curiously, despite his many claims of undying friendship for Dr. Melgen, Mr. Menendez has expressed no concern -- nor even mentioned his bosom buddy's fate -- after Dr. Melgen's incarceration and the conclusion of Menendez's criminal trial. The reasoning by the Senate's Ethics Committee was nearly identical to what was stated at these blogs: "The committee has determined that this conduct violated Senate rules, federal law, and applicable standards of conduct." This may well refer to legal ethics also even if no action has been taken by New Jersey's tainted OAE. Mr. Menendez's Republican opponent, Bob Hugin, a former Celgene Corporation executive, said: "Bob Menendez should step down." Mr. Menendez refuses to step down.)

Herb Jackson, "Ethics Committee Admonishes Menendez: Orders Payback of Gifts Despite Acquittal," The Record, April 27, 2018, p. A-1. ("'Your actions [Mr. Menendez] reflected discredit upon the Senate,' the four-page letter of admonition said. Bob Salera, a spokesman for the National Republican Committee, added that the findings of the committee should outrage N.J. voters. 'The Senate Ethics Committee found what was already crystal clear from Menendez's criminal trial -- Bob Menendez is a crook and an embarrassment,' Salera said. ...") 

Herb Jackson, "Menendez: 'I'm a great target for meddlers,'" The Record, April 27, 2018, p. A-4. (In a desperate effort to change the subject, without disputing the Senate Ethics Committee's FACTUAL findings, Mr. Menendez seemingly blamed Vladimir Putin for his troubles after faulting Fidel Castro for his life-long taste for young prostitutes. I doubt that Bob Menendez or New Jersey's notorious "steaming feces" politics is a matter of great concern to Mr. Putin. Mr. Menendez's hubris is both laughable and absurd. Is the U.S. Senate's Ethics Committee a "meddler" Mr. Menendez? "Vladimir Putin's Advice to America.")

Michaelangelo Conte, "Virginia Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting Girl in North Jersey 2 Years Ago," Jersey Journal, April 26, 2018, posted to the online edition (Roly O. Garcia-Reyes, 25, of Virginia appeared in court on April 20, 2018 on charges that he sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl in North Bergen, New Jersey. Hudson County -- especially Union City and North Bergen, but also Hoboken and Jersey City -- is famous for the sexual delights of children made available even for very perverted acts where 14-year-old girls from Central America are often found dancing in bars. Strangely, local police are never aware of these realities and do nothing about this horrifying spectacle of perversion and evil.) 

Michelangelo Conte, "Clifton Man Sexually Assaulted Jersey City Girl He Met Online," Jersey Journal, April 20, 2018, posted to the online edition (Mohammed Seidan, 49, of Clifton, New Jersey appeared in court in Jersey City on Friday April 20, 2018 on charges that he sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl from Union City on multiple occasions after the pair met using a messaging app. The matter will now become the responsibility of alleged lesbian Hudson County Prosecutor, Esther Suarez, who is every bit as competent as Passaic Prosecutor M. Valdes. "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest.')

"Another Cop Beating, and Another Prosecutor Looks Away," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, April 27, 2018, posted to the online edition ("The Camden County Prosecutor has issued a disturbing message about the police in her jurisdiction: An officer is now permitted to repeatedly punch the head of an innocent man -- even a dozen times, [and] even if it breaks a wrist bone and causes a concussion -- and that cop will not face criminal charges." Only police officers criticizing LGBT rights will be prosecuted in Camden. In N.J.'s police beatings or shootings much depends on whether victims are white persons as opposed to African-Americans who may be tortured or killed with impunity.) 

"Montville Official Must Resign After Nazi Post," (Editorial) The Record, April 30, 2018, p. A-9. (Only in New Jersey do local officials express Nazi or KKK "opinions" and resignations are not immediately required. Is this New Jersey's legal ethics? "Organized Crime Group in New Jersey's State Police" and "New Jersey's KKK Police Shocker.") 

Curtis Tate, "PA Issues Censure to Ex-Commissioner: Board Sends Apology Letter to Tenafly Officials," The Record, April 27, 2018, p. L-1. ("A former commissioner of the Port Authority, who headed the agency's ETHICS COMMITTEE, [OAE?] was censured in a unanimous vote Thursday for berating two Tenafly officers during a traffic stop involving her daughter the day before Easter." Caren Turner, Esq. [sic.] will face no ethics charges in New Jersey, allegedly, because she claims to be a lesbian. Will "Little Debbie" Poritz apologize to the OAE's victims or to those suffering because of Ms. Poritz's indifference to atrocities and her grotesque incompetence? I wonder whether Esther Suarez was a visitor to the Philosophy Cafe online? Are Esther Suarez and Lourdes Santiago involved "romantically"? Do you know "Diana Lisa Riccioli" Esther Suarez? How about Marilyn Straus, Ms. Suarez? "Jill Ketchum"? Did you, Esther Suarez, have any contact or communications with Marilyn Straus at any time? Did you steal from my office Ms. Suarez? "Marilyn Straus Was Right" and "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison!") 

AP, "State Settles Former Worker's Harassment Lawsuit for $330,000," The Record, April 27, 2018, p. L-2. (Reynaldo Gibbs, a former N.J. child welfare manager, was charged with making sexually suggestive comments to a female staffer and sending her lewd messages and photos. The suit was settled for $300,000. It is now under investigation whether similar conduct was directed by Mr. Gibbs to minors whose "welfare" he "managed." Among the alleged very subtle moves by Mr. Gibbs is sending a photo of his penis to various women. Allegedly, Esther Suarez may have done the same by forwarding a photo of her "penis" to a lover.) 

Dustin Racioppi, "Murphy Signs Paid Leave Bill: Workers Will be Eligible, Experts Say," The Record, May 2, 2018, p. A-1. (Where will the money come from to allow most N.J. workers paid leave?) 

Dustin Racioppi, "Murphy Says He's Unsure of Cost of Union Contract," The Record, May 3, 2018, p. A-3. (" ...'I don't know the exact numbers, but our folks are working on the problem details,' [N.J. Governor] Phil Murphy said.") 

Dustin Racioppi, "Union Workers Get Raises, Back Pay," The Record, May 2, 2018, p. A-1. (Mr. Murphy, the Governor, cannot say exactly how the numbers will work out, nor by what "means" these proposals will be paid for, if they will be paid for, in New Jersey.)

Andrew Ford, "State Attorney General Targets Bad Cops After 'Shield' Series," The Record, May 3, 2018, p. A-4. (As pressure increases in New Jersey to control organized crime and corruption in local police departments federal investigations of the STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL's office, allegedly, are underway. Is there any legitimate police department that is not corrupt in New Jersey? How bad is the problem of corruption and incompetence at New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics? Asked for a comment Stuart Rabner is reported to have said: "Nobody knows nothing!" I could not agree more.) 

Alan Feuer, "Brooklyn Prosecutor Plan Retrial for Man in '03 Killing of College Student," The New York Times, May 2, 2018, p. A-20. ("In February, the long-running legal saga of ... John Giuca was upended when a state appeals court tossed out his guilty verdict, ruling that the Brooklyn district attorney's office unearthed evidence from his initial lawyer and relied on testimony from a witness who lied during the murder trial." Prosecutors committing such crimes and ethical infractions -- for which they will face no personal consequences! -- are often outraged that defense lawyers are presumptuous enough to insist on a new trial or release for their victimized clients. This "presumption" by defense counsel is seen as a personal affront by many prosecutors and cops. "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.") 

"What Robert Mueller Knows," (Editorial) The New York Times, May 2, 2018, p. A24. (Is America heading for a Constitutional crisis or possible impeachment proceeding against Mr. Trump? Mr. Trump, as Richard Nixon advised young lawyers, "if you can't be good be careful": "Is truth dead?" and "On Bullshit.") 

Richard Cowen, "Teenage Prostitution Case Goes to the Jury: Rua Faces Murder, Weapons Charges," The Record, March 2, 2018, p. L-1. (The murder of Nadhier Barner-Timmons, 17-year-old male prostitute, allegedly, goes to the jury in Passaic County as Samuel Rua, 31, a potential Bob Menendez supporter, faces accusations of killing the boy in a drug and weapons deal gone bad. In New Jersey more than most other places boys and girls are, quite literally, bought and sold, often online, with little attempt at concealment. It is far worse in Hudson County because of the proximity to the city. Many of the organizations specializing in pre-teen sexual playmates "deliver" children into Manhattan for an extra fee like a pizza with all the trimings. I doubt that such things are possible without the cooperation of local authorities in New Jersey.) 

M. Staltz, "Oakland Police Chief Retires With $196,000 Payout," The Record, March 2, 2018, p. L-1. (Ed Kasper, former Oakland Police Chief will receive -- in addition to the nearly $200,000 payout -- a pension on a $179,866 base salary plus overtime and other benefits besides "other pensions" for different public jobs. The gentleman, Mr. Kasper, is in his fifties and may work several part-time public jobs, if they are offered to him, at about $90,000 each, providing additional benefits without affecting his pension rights.) 

James M. O'Neill, "Superfund Shunned For Du Pont Site," The Record, March 5, 2018, p. A-1. ("Pompton Lakes elected officials remain opposed to naming a former Du Pont Munitions site in town to the federal Superfund program for cleanup, despite a renewed push by residents who live above contaminated ground water from the site." There are NEW allegations of carcinogens floating in groundwater that are dispersed in the soil throughout the area because of chemicals traced to "Chemours" -- a Du Pont successor corporation -- but they are said by attorneys and spokespersons for this "successor" corporation to be "nothing to worry about." At the moment property values in the area, not just Pompton Lakes are plunging into the proverbial toilet that is the Garden State: $250,000 homes may have a difficult time fetching $100,000 in today's market. Perhaps this is also "nothing to worry about." No doubt McCarter and English, Esqs. represent "Chemours." Is New Jersey America's legal toilet?)      

Terrence T. McDonnell, "Undercover Video Shows Union Prez Calling Students 'Dirt Bags,'" The Jersey Journal, May 4, 2018, posted to the online edition (At "Jose Marti Freshman Academy" in Union City New Jersey "the teachers' union chief is under fire after the release of an undercover video that shows her denigrating some of the city's public school students, suggesting a teacher not report that he hurt a student and referring to a Union City teacher who had sex with a child but was not charged criminally." Presumably, this teacher after having sex with children, remains a teacher because no charges were filed by the student-victim. Kathleen Valencia, alleged lesbian "friend" of Lourdes Santiago and Hudson Prosecutor Esther Suarez, is identified as the woman in the video. As a confidant of Senator Menendez, probably, nothing will happen to Ms. Valencia. This is only the latest "sting" by "Project Veritas" -- a group seeking to expose P.C. hypocrisy in N.J. schools and courts -- that has succeeded in capturing what local professionals really think. Having a hard day, Maria Martinez a.k.a. Barcelo? Is it true that there are recordings of Lourdes Santiago saying horrible things about me? I wonder how many other players in this drama that is my life have been recorded admitting to their crimes? Quite a few it seems.) 

Tom Moran, "A Bipartisan Scolding That Menendez Deserves," (Op-Ed) The Star-Ledger, April 30, 2018, posted to the online edition ("There is no getting around the ethical stench that trails Menendez. He is not a criminal, give him that much. [Are we sure about that?] But neither is Donald Trump. [Not yet.] Is Menendez prepared to give Trump a free pass on all his slimy behavior? Have we reached the point where anything less than criminal is just fine?" How about journalistic incompetence, Mr. Moran? I have yet to receive a response to my communications to Mr. Moran and The Star-Ledger in a pressing public matter raising issues of public safety and great Constitutional importance? Is Mr. Moran "unable" to respond to my communications despite the protections of the First Amendment? Or is Mr. Moran simply afraid to do so? If so, why would Mr. Moran be afraid in a nation with an independent media and professional law enforcement agencies that should protect journalists? "The whole world is watching.")  

Frederika Schaletin, "Trump May Face More Legal Risk: Giuliani Seems to Tie Daniels Deal to Campaign," The Record, May 4, 2018, p. A-1. (Going from Menendez to Trump is what Catholic theologians describe as a "temptation to despair." The ignorance and apathy of the electorate concerning the contemptible persons whom heaven, or the voters, continue to place over us is unforgivable. If voters fail to act on their consciences in this N.J. senatorial election they deserve what they get from the likes of Menendez. "More Problems For Menendez Tapes.")

AP, "CBS Knew for Years About Charlie Rose Misconduct, Report Says," The Record, May 4, 2018, p. A-2. ("Over a span of three decades, CBS managers were warned three times about Charlie Rose's behavior, The Washington Post reported Thursday. ... The Post reports that an additional 27 women, 14 of whom worked with Rose at CBS News, have accused the journalist of sexual harassment." Mr. Rose is also a lawyer who is not the subject of ethics proceedings. How long has the OAE and New Jersey Supreme Court KNOWN of my allegations and the evidence supporting them together with the role of Mr. McGill in a criminal conspiracy -- allegations and evidence that is now international as well as federal? Is there not an ethical obligation on the part of N.J. attorneys, courts, and agencies to "protect the public" from the dangers described in communications pertaining to my on-line experiences and persons committing CRIMES such as rape, theft, obstruction of justice and worse, Mr. Rabner? "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.")

Catherine Carrera, "Menendez Says He Has No Plans to Resign," The Record, May 14, 2018, p. A-3. ("EDISON -- Democratic Senator Robert [-- "Boss Bob" --] Menendez, in his first press conference a week after being 'severely admonished' by the [U.S.] Senate's ethics committee, said he has no plans to resign and launched an attack on his likely Republican opponent in November calling him 'unethical.' ..." Persons at this press conference, allegedly, laughed when hearing Mr. Menendez make this accusation. The pot calling the kettle black, Bob? No charges are pending against Mr. Menendez before the New Jersey Bar Association's Ethics Committee which will provide Mr. Menendez with an award for highly ethical conduct, I am sure, and for promoting prostitution in New Jersey. Will the U.S. Supreme Court see things the same way? "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "Menendez Blames Castro For His Prostitution Habit.")   

Dustin Racioppi, "Murphy: I Smoked Pot 'Once or Twice,'" The Record, May 4, 2018, p. A-4. (Mr. Murphy seemed remarkably "mellow" as he defended his decision to promote legalization of marijuana. The concerns surrounding this issue have to do with long-term harm to users and what marijuana may lead to in terms of worse drugs. Marijuana may be a greater carcinogen than nicotine. "Pass the dooby on the left hand side," Mr. Murphy?)

Joshua Jongsma, "Attorney General, Leonia Mayor Clash: Grewal Calls Town's Street Closures Illegal," The Record, May 4, 2018, p. L-1. (New Jersey's new Attorney General Gubir Grewal's opposition to Leonia's street closure rules will not deter the borough's [town's?] mayor." The collision in this matter is as much cultural and political as legal: Leonia/Verona is "white man's country" -- I was told -- and Mr. Grewal is an "ethnic" American representing, as chief prosecutor, a state that is much more blue collar and diverse that the majority of these wealthy towns' "denizens." Alan Alda and other locals seemingly wonder whether they must "mix" with the great unwashed masses from places like Jersey City or North Bergen. Horrors.)   

Nicolas Katzban, "Judge Tosses OPRA Harassment Claim," The Record, May 4, 2018, p. L-3. (As I seem to be about to meet my admirer and pen pal "Jill Ketchum" -- all of the persons using that name I hope! -- another torrid affair ended with the dismissal of a lawsuit for harassment filed by Jeffrey Voigt against alleged lesbian constituent Anne Loving who, despite her name, has been at odds with the councilman for years and may have tried to steal his emails. Lesbian stalkers?) 

Jack Healey, "They Survived a Massacre. Then Lawyers Started Calling," The New York Times, May 1, 2018, p. A13. (In addition to the horrors of great and tragic suffering after a senseless shooting victims and their families are often subjected to the grotesque and greedy solicitations of personal injury lawyers, such as Jose Ginarte and Bass & Bass, Esqs. of New Jersey, looking for business from afflicted and grieving survivors. This is called "Jersey-style" law practice. Herb Klitzner, Esq. knows all about it.)

Benjamin Wieser & Nate Weiser, [Chuck Schumer & Gerald Shanker,] "Sheldon Silver to be Tried Again," The New York Times, May 1, 2018, p. A20. (Sheldon Silver will be tried again on fraud and corruption charges. Mr. Menendez is a worse offender, but the Department of Justice may have a better case against Mr. Silver. The Sheldon Silver cased is the one I would drop especially since Mr. Silver is out of politics permanently. "David Wildstein and Equal Protection of the Law in New Jersey.") 

Adam Smith, [Rachel Maddow?] "Gorsuch's Prose Garners Gush of Groans," The New York Times, May 1, 2018, p. A14. (This recent attack on another Republican U.S. Supreme Court justice, probably by the true author(s) of the New York magazine profile-attack on Justice Thomas, may be the result of anger in the LGBT community expressed in "neutral" critiques of Mr. Gorsuch's literary style. Among most academics and lawyers, certainly before Mr. Gorsuch's arrival on the Supreme Court, his style was deemed "exemplary." Persons disapproving of the justice's opinions who feel that their "feathers have been ruffled" may be misdirecting their fire at criticisms of the prose churned out by busy justices or their law clerks. "Is truth dead?")   

Danny Hakim & Vivian Wang, "Reports of Abuse Spur Resignation of Schneiderman: Women Say New York Attorney General Struck and Choked Them," The New York Times, May 8, 2018, p. A1. (Eric T. Schneiderman, Esq. never responded to my communications. He has been identified with Mr. Shanker and Mr. Schumer, David Samson and Stuart Rabner. Paul Fishman, New Jersey's former U.S. Attorney, is said to be even worse with women. Harvey Weinstein is willing to vouch for Mr. Schneiderman.)

Peter Baker & Mathew Rosenberg, "Deeply Versed in Spy Agency, and Dark Era," The New York Times, May 8, 2018, p. A1. (Gina Haspel is probably not the person who should head the CIA as the agency seeks to distance itself from its sordid and, possibly, criminal history of torture. Ms. Haspel was an enthusiastic torturer, allegedly, and a proponent of the destruction of video evidence of these crimes. According to alleged current and former CIA field operatives Ms. Haspel is a sadist. "C.I.A. Lies and Torture.") 

Michelle Goldberg, "Why Did a Creepy Intel Firm Spy On Obama Chums?," (Op-Ed) The New York Times, May 8, 2018, p. A24. (Did Mr. Trump hire a "private" Israeli security firm to orchestrate a "dirty ops" campaign against Mr. Obama as the former U.S. president negotiated the Iran deal? This so-called "private" company was probably a front for Mossad acting on the wishes of Mr. Netanyahu.) 

James Nash, "State Senate Will Question Teachers' Union: Videos Allegedly Show Effort to Hide Sex Abuse," The Record, May 8, 2018, p. A-3. (New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney said the allegations against "the union require thorough fact-finding on the part of the senate." There are VIDEOS of teachers and others, allegedly -- also of New Jersey judges! -- that are "about to turn up," discussing how to protect persons and other "insiders" accused of sexual abuse of students and/or minors. Is Lourdes Santiago one of the persons whose statements have been recorded and/or videotaped? No wonder New Jersey judges have received a raise: "New Jersey's Failed Judiciary" and "New Jersey's Judges Disgrace America.")

Curtis Tate, "Top Cop Leaves Port Authority After Limbaugh Flap," The Record, May 8, 2018, p. A-3. (PA Superintendent of Police and Director of Public Safety Michael Fedorko provided a security escort for Rush Limbaugh, the Republican radio personality, with whose views Mr. Fedorko identified, but would he do the same for Hillary Clinton? Was protecting Rush Limbaugh a wise use of PA resources? "More Mafia Influence at the Port Authority" and "David Samson Resigns.")

Deepti Hajela, "New York AG Resigns Amid Abuse Allegations," The Record, May 8, 2018, p. A-6. (Perhaps Mr. Schneiderman joined Debbie Poritz in looking for "Jersey Girls"?)

Michael Kunzelman, "Report: Millions of Tweets Are Anti-Semitic," The Record, May 8, 2018, p. A-9. (I wonder why so many people are expressing increasing concerns about unequal treatment under the law and favoritism for Jewish offenders and others in the courts?)

Jonathan Turley, "Giuliani & Trump: Sex, Lies & Lawyers," (Op-Ed) The Record, May 8, 2018, p. A-11. (The Trump administration now threatens to refuse further cooperation with the Special Prosecutor raising the possibility, again, of a Constitutional crisis.)

Chad Day, "Cooperation With Mueller May End: Trump Shows Frustration With 'Phony Crime' Probe," The Record, May 8, 2018, p. A-8. (As New Jersey's OAE continues to stone-wall, lie, cover-up participation in a criminal conspiracy targeting me, I see very similar attempts on the part of the current administration to claim to cooperate with the Special Prosecutor while really avoiding being helpful, or even lying when necessary, to cover the old posterior. Are these the people spouting the usual drivel about "law and order"? "Ethics," Mr. Rabner? "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")

Meghan Grant, "Lyndhurst Schools Have $3.78 MILLION Gap," The Record, May 8, 2018, p. L-1. (Among the causes of the so-called "gap" in the Lyndhurst school budget are mysteriously "missing" funds leading to what is more like an abyss than a gap. Maria Martinez a.k.a. Barcelo may be able to explain these little accounting problems. "David" were you involved in a scam of public funds in connection with my life as an alleged M.D./Ph.D. "therapist"? Or were you and Alex Booth targeting an insurance company for funds that you kept? How much did you steal from me and others David? "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State" and "Psychological Torture in the American Legal System.")      

Maureen O'Conner, "The Nanny Murder Trial: Why it's impossible to watch and impossible to look away," New York, March 19 -- April 1, 2018, p. 10. (Yoselin Ortega, alleged Latina lesbian in her fifties -- bearing a striking resemblance to Lourdes Santiago -- murdered the two children she cared for alleging that the "devil made her do it." The monstrous crime remains inexplicable and unexplained. "American Psychologists' and Psychology's Acceptance of Torture" and "New Jersey Lesbian Professor Rapes a Disabled Man.")

"Mr. Schneiderman's Wreckage," (Editorial) The New York Times, May 9, 2018, p. A26. (Like New Jersey's former Chief Justice Deborah -- "Little Debbie" -- Poritz, N.Y. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Esq. went from being seen as a "crusader for women's rights" and suing Mr. Trump for criminal fraud in connection with the so-called "Trump University" to vilification for sexually assaulting and physically attacking women, also lying about these things as the state's foremost prosecutor. Ms. Poritz began her tenure with a plausible claim to being a civil libertarian, but may have ended by exploiting women working under her while condoning torture and allowing for questioning of persons under hypnosis in New Jersey. "New Jersey Finally Ends Testimony by Hypnosis.") 

Jim Doyle, "After Schneiderman's Fall Business as Usual in Albany," The New York Times, May 9, 2018, p. A20. ("Until Monday night Eric Schneiderman enjoyed fame outside a small corner of New York politics entirely because of the belief, or hope, or fantasy, that in his job as the state attorney general, he might be able to prosecute people pardoned by President Trump." Mr. Schneiderman was living a double life with alcohol troubles, adultery, assaults of women and other offenses attached to his name. Does the word "hypocrisy" mean anything to these people? OAE? "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.")

Mathew Rosenberg, "Nominee for CIA Vows Era of Torture Is Over: A Career Spy Defends Tactics Used to Hunt the 9/11 Plotters," The New York Times, May 10, 2018, p. A1. (Perhaps the worst and most disgraceful legal ethics scandal in recent U.S. history is the shameful lie that torture is or can be legal when the U.S. commits the act. The Bush-era lawyers who propounded this lie, Mr. Bybee and Mr. Yoo, were rewarded with a federal judgeship and law professorship, respectively, as America's credibility on international human rights issues declined to a new low. Ms. Haspel embodies and has come to symbolize torture, which she has yet to disown, leading to the question of whether she is the best person to head the CIA today. I doubt it.)

Catherine Carrera, [Tricia Enright?] "Hugin Reports $33.8 Million in Income," The Record, May 9, 2018, p. A-5. (Mr. Hugin is a millionaire; Bob Menendez is also a millionaire. The only member of the U.S. Senate who is not a millionaire is Bernie Sanders. Mr. Hugin's wealth came from work as a pharmaceutical executive and shrewd investments. Mr. Menendez was paid a modest salary as a "public servant" -- I use this term loosely -- but engaged in insider trading, legally if not ethically, as a member of the House of Representatives and has been accused, repeatedly, of bribery.)

"Do Not Downplay the NJEA Sting Videos," (Editorial) The Record, May 9, 2018, p. A-12. (More videos are turning up of teachers denigrating students and colleagues, also of New Jersey teachers and administrators known to have indulged in sex with children. Will something happen to finally control this catastrophe in Garden State schools? Unlikely.) 

Keldy Ortiz, "Man Accused of Selling Weapons," The Record, May 9, 2018, p. L-2. (A Pennsylvania man was arrested in New Jersey for selling weapons to an undercover detective. Just as rifles and grenades are sold, illegally, by hundreds of persons like Anderson Okie, so other items may be purchased, equally illegally, from U.S. suppliers, perhaps, including chemical weapons. Nothing to worry about?)     

If there is a single item that seems to capture New Jersey's reality today as I expect to demonstrate further in future essays (I hope) this must be it:

Mary Ann Spoto, "Teen Watched Sarah Stein Die for 30 Minutes, Authorities Say," The Record, February 14, 2017, posted to the online edition (In May of 2018 this matter is still under review in the N.J. courts, legal issues are unresolved, and facing the mystery of irredeemable evil is avoided. We continue to lie to ourselves about what has taken place in this case and what needs to happen: Liam McAtasney, 19, observed the clock tick, calmly, as Sarah Stein, 20, took her final breaths after he strangled her so violently that she was "lifted from the ground as her throat was crushed," Assistant Monmouth County Prosecutor Meghan Doyle told Superior Court Judge David Bauman -- who may have yawned during this statement -- on only one of many CONTINUING detention hearings and motion arguments. Mr. McAtasney claimed he was "bored" and decided to kill his high school classmate. In 2018 there is no closure for survivors of this horror, no peace, no end to the nightmare. The horror continues. "The Wanderer and His Shadow.")