Friday, July 15, 2016

Christie and Mastro Accuse Each Other of Lying.

August 2, 2016 at 1:56 P.M. An alarm went off at the Morningside Heights branch of the NYPL. The reason for the alarm is not clear, but I was required to exit the library five minutes into my time. I returned to the library and was given the opportunity to use the remaining computer time. This is, possibly, the tenth time the alarm has gone off exactly as I sign-in to a computer. ("How censorship works in America" and "Cubanazos Pose a Threat to National Security.")

July 21, 2016 at 2:06 P.M. I encountered a new sign-in page at blogger for my blogs. I cannot say whether I will be able to continue writing, access to these blogs may be obstructed at any time, and these texts may be destroyed. I will continue to do my best to write at public computers.

As of late July, 2016 there has been no response from American police, prosecutors, or judges -- nor from any politician -- to my communications with numerous proofs of computer crimes and other very serious offenses committed against me as well as many innocent persons, ostensibly, by New Jersey officials and their friends. ("An Open Letter to Cyrus Vance, Jr., Esq.")

In a city and nation in which African-American persons along with members of other disfavored groups are arrested, threatened, beaten, and even murdered, publicly, by police for selling cigarettes on the streets of our cities, or driving with a broken taillight, to the obvious indifference of their federal "overseers" continued silence and apathy aimed at protecting a few privileged persons in New Jersey is offensive and an affront to the Constitution. ("No More Cover-Ups and Lies, Chief Justice Rabner!" and "Have you no shame Mr. Rabner?")

The American legal system cannot function with any plausible claim to legitimacy or ethics when such blatant contradictions, lies, hypocrisy and disdain for the laws become routine.

Mr. Rabner, it is not your task as Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court to protect Ms. Poritz (or anyone else) at the expense of the dignity of your court. Public crimes and the persons committing them in this matter are far from subtle or intelligent, but they are highly visible examples of corruption and double-standards that make "ethics" accusations against victims ludicrous. ("New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Filth, Failures, and Flaws.")

An attitude of contempt for the humanity of people like Eric Garner (or myself) suggests that America's Constitutional promise of equal protection of the laws and due process has become a lie. 

There has not yet been a communication of a decision to avoid or "not proceed" with an investigation of the matters brought to the attention of the authorities by me that include allegations of rape, kidnapping, theft, computer crimes, misrepresentations of legal authority, false identifications as public officials, obstructions of justice, perjury and other public lying by New Jersey lawyers and officials as well as various other frauds (using U.S. mails) emanating from New Jersey. ("John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.")

The only official response (so far) that I am aware of is silence together with "cooperation" with that silence from a frightened and docile media. 

This official silence denigrates the humanity of persons whose rights and dignity do not seem to matter enough for self-styled "law-and-order" types to deem it worth their while to even acknowledge these victims or their sufferings. ("So Black and So Blue in Prison" and "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.") 

Ethics and statutory obligations requiring a good faith response to communications from citizens to U.S. officials continue to be ignored. 

The best analogy I can offer to illustrate my experience is being trapped in a bank in the midst of an armed robbery, calling the police on my hypothetical mobile phone, only to be ignored and receive no response. 

In addition, it appears that others inquiring about my matters are also being ignored and that the media is powerless to cover the situation. There is an increasingly surreal aspect of this bizarre experience for me and many readers of these texts in a variety of settings.  

I am gratified by the support of many persons on an international level and from non-U.S. media. I welcome the good wishes of thousands of persons in many places in the world. 

I will attach one hundred sources to the essay that appears below indicating the continuing recent pattern of disgusting corruption and perversion in New Jersey. Yet another package containing copies of items revealing computer crime committed from OAE computers will be mailed to that agency's offices in Trenton with proof of mailing to be posted at this blog. 

I normally spend five to twenty minutes of my limited writing time dealing with computer harassment of one kind or another as well as various attempts to create a disruptive and loud environment for me and anyone else using the New York Public Library, evidently, with the consent of New York officials whose silence is also mysterious. ("New Jersey's Disgraced Judges" and "New Jersey's Failed Judiciary.") 

A copy of the essay with attachments will also be mailed to the Cuban Embassy in Washington, D.C. where officials may be able to assist U.S. authorities in identifying some of the culprits from Union City and Miami that, perhaps, are only too well-known to that country. ("Is Union City, New Jersey Meyer Lansky's Whore House?" and "American Hypocrisy and Luis Posada-Carriles.") 

Is this spectacle of incompetence and corruption what New Jersey's legal "ethics" amounts to, Mr. Rabner? ("Stuart Rabner and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.") 

Paul Berger, "Who Has Christie's Missing Phone?," The Record, June 30, 2016, p. A-1. (GWB defendants seek data on that phone, but the governor's and his lawyer's "stories" about the whereabouts of the missing phone conflict. Each is essentially accusing the other of lying. Are they both right?)

Tim Darragh, "Christie's Law Firm Contradicts the Governor: Attorneys Say They Returned His Cellphone After Checking the Device For Evidence," The Star-Ledger, June 30, 2016, p. 13. (The governor's lawyers say they returned the phone -- why did they not wish to hang on to it? -- and, by implication, they say that the governor is lying when he denies that they did so. There was no indication from those same lawyers as to the "evidence" found on that phone which has now been, mysteriously, "wiped clean" by someone "nobody knows who.")

Brent Johnson, "Governor Denies Any Role in Tax Deal Favorable to Trump," The Star-Ledger, August 18, 2016, p. 1. (Mr. Christie claims that he "had no knowledge or involvement in" a N.J. settlement with Donald J. Trump and his Garden State enterprises "negotiated" by the state's Attorney General, together with the tax collectors in Trenton, whereby "The Donald" will pay a fraction of taxes due -- about $5 million on a $30 million debt -- for mysterious and unexplained reasons. Mr. Christie was "not told about the deal," he says, and was astonished to learn of the settlement in a newspaper story. Evidently, one of his aides may have texted a friend yesterday quoting the ghost of Ronald Reagan: "There he goes again!" Is it likely that New Jersey's governor would not be aware of such a massive settlement involving the interests of his so-called "friend" who is the Republican nominee for the presidency? I doubt it. Exactly how much is coming back to Mr. Christie in one way or another is difficult to say. Perhaps the New Jersey governor's "reward" will be an appointment in what I am sure will be a mythical Trump presidential administration.) 

Jessica Mazzola, "Library Raid Tied to Probe of Corruption," The Star-Ledger, August 18, 2016, p. 1. (A state warrant sought evidence related to ongoing investigations of thefts and frauds by lawyers along with elected officials who are also often attorneys. Some of these persons may serve on the state's legal ethics committee. It appears that schools and libraries throughout the state have been used to perpetuate these scams resulting in massive thefts of public funds. "New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit.")

Annie Waldman, "Even Death is No Reprieve From a Student's Debt: New Jersey [Government] Agency's Tactics Called 'State-Sanctioned Loan-Sharking,'" The New York Times, July 4, 2016, p. A1. (Mafia control of Trenton legal, judicial, and police processes has produced state-sanctioned organized crime activity by tainted lawyers calling their victims "unethical" persons: "That same year, New Jersey's agency [OAE?] was caught in what amounted to a kickback scheme. The state attorney general [sic.] ... found that the agency had improperly pushed one company's loans in exchange for payments of $2.2 million. A subsequent investigation by the state's inspector general found that the agency was in disarray." Mafia involvement or alleged "affiliations" between agency personnel and officials in Trenton may have gone unperceived by the likes of "Little Debbie" Poritz and her successors. "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption" and "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.") 

Gretchen Mortgenson, "Kid Gloves for a Bank With Clout," The New York Times, Sunday Business, July 17, 2016, p. A1. ("A House report shows how prosecutors let HSBC and its executives off the hook." [emphasis added] Is it likely that some of the funds collected by N.J.'s student loan agency and/or mafia loan sharks operating under color of law has found its way into "laundering accounts" set up by a notorious Panamanian law firm and controlled, mysteriously, by Bob Menendez and/or other disgraced New Jersey officials? Are there "cartel connections" for HSBC and also similar connections to the likes of Bob Menendez? "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")

Tim Darragh, "Judge Quashes Request to Get All Electronics," The Star-Ledger, July 8, 2016, p. 1. ("A federal judge has chosen to protect N.J.'s Republican governor by concluding that Defense lawyers' requests for the governor's phone is 'too broad.' ..." Judges would usually allow the phone to be examined in this factual situation if the parties were not political. Few persons would refuse to turn over the phone if were not incriminating. Why bother to "lose" or hide the phone at all? Why is the governor being protected? Why is it O.K. to break, say, Freddy Gray's neck for "looking the wrong way" at police officers, but "offensive" to ask Mr. Christie to admit that he asked for the GWB traffic jam over his cellphone? "Driving While Black in New Jersey.")

Ted Sherman, Tim Darragh, & Mark Muller, "Ex-PA Chairman Admits Guilt: David Samson, Close Confidant of Christie, Takes Plea Deal in Airline Shakedown," The Star-Ledger, July 15, 2016, p. 1. (David Samson, Esq. -- a member of the Stuart Rabner and Debbie Poritz brigade -- former N.J. Attorney General and Bar Association Ethics Committee Chairperson, alleged former thieving head of the Port Authority, finally pleaded guilty to abusing his office and betraying his oath as a lawyer. Mr. Samson orchestrated efforts to target me because I do not take orders from him. Now David Samson is proven and admitted to be exactly what I said that he was, publicly, and what I would happily repeat to his face -- a criminal, liar, fraud, hypocrite, thief and a very bad lawyer. Mr. Rabner cannot protect you now, David Samson, as you wallow in your own sleaze and filth. "David Samson Resigns!")   

Charles Stile, "Former Mentor Delivers a Hit to Christie's Hopes: Samson's Plea a Bold Reminder of GWB Case at the Worst Time," The Record, July 15, 2016, p. A-1. (Mr. Christie's so-called "mentor" says a lot about the N.J. governor. The values absorbed by Mr. Christie must include his mentor's fondness for personal gain at the people's expense, lies and hypocrisy. David Samson, I am sure, called himself my "superior" even as he sold his services as a public servant to the highest bidder and stole from the public trust. Was David Samson also "Malbus" at the Philosophy Cafe at MSN? Is this a glittering example of New Jersey's legal ethics, "Charlie-the-Horse"? Is "Gabrielle Charette" of New Jersey's "loan sharking" government agency and the OAE also "Teresa" and/or "Diana Lisa Riccioli"? Does this person sometimes write for The New York Times? Jaynee LaVecchia? Should a state Supreme Court Justice also write under pseudonyms for the Times? Was Ms. LaVecchia humiliated in a debate against me taking place online? Did Ms. LaVecchia participate in such debates with me at "The Philosophy Cafe"? How many fictitious names do these lesbian ladies use in various contexts? Kim Guardagno? "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!")

Paul Berger & Peter J. Sampson, "Guilty: Ex-P.A. Chief Admits to Misusing His Position to Force United to Fly to His Vacation Home: Charges Also Filed Against Former DOT Head," The Record, July 15, 2016, p. A-1. (This filth is typical of America's "Soprano State." Right, Jaynee LaVecchia? I hope you received the copies I sent you, Ms. LaVecchia. Whatever happened to the $300 MILLION that vanished in the HIP deal? No conflict of interest for you in that matter Ms. LaVecchia? Stuart Rabner denies a conflict of interest in my matters? "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State" and "Jaynee LaVecchia and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey" then "No More Cover-Ups and Lies Chief Justice Rabner!")  

Patrick McGeehan, "A Christie Ally, in Court, Admits to Bribery Over an Airline Route," The New York Times, July 15, 2016, p. A1. (David Samson, Esq.'s deplorable conduct has yet to result in his disbarment. Mr. Samson is PROTECTED by N.J.'s OAE which may finally have to act against him. This is New Jersey's legal ethics? Hypocrisy? Lying? Double standards? There is no exception to the criminal code or legal ethics rules for offenses committed by "nice Jewish persons." "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")

Kate Zernike, [Kim Guardagno?] "Christie's Rough Year Gets Worse After He is Passed Over For a Position He wanted," The New York Times, July 16, 2016, p. A17.  

"The mystery surrounding Governor Christie's cellphone deepened this week when lawyers for the governor's office said they returned the phone after searching it for evidence related to the politically motivated [sic.] closure of access lanes to the George Washington Bridge." (TR, 6-30-16, p. A-1.)

Mr. Christie has claimed at different times roughly over the last month: 1) he turned over the phone to federal prosecutors by way of his lawyers; 2) he gave the phone to "his" lawyers in order for it to be turned over to federal prosecutors at some future time; 3) the phone may have been "lost" by his staff during one of these exchanges; and 4) that Mr. Christie does not know whether he now has the phone in question in his possession nor can he say who does have it if anyone does. ("New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit.")

No doubt we may expect the next comment by the governor to be that he has no recollection of ever owning a cellphone. ("On Bullshit" and "Is Christopher Christie 'Mentally Deranged' and a 'Liar'?") 

"In a court filing late Tuesday, lawyers for Gibson, Dunn [Randi Mastro, Esq.?] were vague about the phone's whereabouts. They said that after searching the cellphone they preserved the relevant material and 'returned the phone and non-responsive data.' ..." (TR, 6-30-16, p. A-7, emphasis added.)

Deciding what is "relevant" in this context may not be up to partisan lawyers, but to the trier of fact or jury. This decision as to relevance would require lawyers to keep a copy of the non-relevant material to be able to show why it was deemed "irrelevant."

In fact, Mr. Mastro earlier spoke of preserving ALL the data on the phone in order to decide what was relevant for the purpose of his inquiry. 

Irrelevant in one context may not be irrelevant in every context.

Defense lawyers have noted that the governor's inability to locate the phone is "suspicious and outrageous." (Michael Baldassare, Esq. statement in TR, 6-30-16, p. A-7.)

The "preserved data" that includes the allegedly "non-relevant data" in order to make clear why material is relevant (or the opposite) must have been duplicated yet again. 

Allegedly "irrelevant" material should be contained in the law firm's computer files that have also not been turned over to prosecutors (or to defense counsel) for the GWB defendants.

Attorneys may have an ethical obligation to disclose evidence, voluntarily, that is relevant in a criminal proceeding in which they (Mr. Mastro's firm) do not represent any of the parties. 

This leads to the question of why Mr. Christie and his lawyers would hide or refuse to turn over any information (or phone) unless it were incriminating, or without beneficial "probative value" to themselves and their case. 

"Irrelevant" and non-probative material should be easy to disclose. 

Who cares if does not hurt you? Let them have it. 

If it does hurt you, Mr. Christie, suddenly, the phone becomes difficult to find.

Few people lie about or try to hide evidence that is exculpatory except for the OAE and various prosecutors offices in New Jersey. (Again: "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.")

Furthermore, the contradictions between the governor's and his [?] lawyers' conflicting "stories" suggests (at best) confusions and (at worst) mutual lying to muddy the waters. 

Where is the so-called "preserved" information and has that data been "protected" once again? Has that "preserved" information (in addition to the phone itself) been requested by lawyers for the defendants? If so, it may be interesting to discover "discrepancies" between the contents of the phone (if pristine) and the so-called "preserved" information. ("On Bullshit.")

Regina Egea, the governor's former assistant (like Mr. Nixon's "Rosemary Woods") "accidentally" deleted several messages from the phone in question, allegedly, but (again) we have learned from newspaper stories that all of the data on the phone was "preserved" by Mr. Christie's -- as opposed to the people of New Jersey's -- lawyers who were ostensibly investigating the Bridgegate matter "objectively."

It is difficult to determine exactly who Mr. Mastro believed himself to be "representing" in his so-called "investigation": Mr. Christie or the people of New Jersey? Did it not occur to Mr. Mastro that there was built-in conflict of interest in his acceptance of Mr. Christie's request for representation? Obviously not. ("Legal Ethics Today" and, again, "Is America's Legal Ethics a Lie?")

The people of New Jersey have paid the fees for Mr. Christie's lawyers which now amount to MILLIONS of dollars. ("Randi Mastro's Overbilling of New Jersey Taxpayers.")

Do the people of N.J. not own the data in question having paid handsomely for it? Is there not a public interest in making this information available to historians and citizens?  ("Chris Christie's Bridge of Sighs.") 

Mr. Mastro and "other Christie lawyers" have said the accidental deletion was "routine." 

Accordingly, "accidental" destruction of evidence is "routine," or "standard operating procedure" for this governor even if this very practice may constitute obstruction of justice and perjury in federal court. ("New Jersey Lawyers' Ethics Farce" and "Corrupt Law Firms, Senator Bob, and New Jersey Ethics.")  

Federal District Judge Susan D. Weginton is a Republican appointee who is likely to allow Mr. Christie to get away with his lies also for the evidence or data on his phone -- whether "relevant" or not -- to "disappear" from the record in this case. ("New Jersey's Disgraced Judges.") 

At issue at this late date is the exact physical location of this mysterious phone if it continues to exist in pristine form which I seriously doubt. ("New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")

The contradictions between Mr. Christie and his now admitted lawyers, Ms. Egea's suspicious and indisputably DELIBERATE "accidental" deletions, and the over-duplication of information along with the also admitted pro-Christie bias of Mr. Mastro's law firm -- all lead to the inference that Mr. Christie is less than fully candid in this matter which alone is sufficient to make the data on his phone highly relevant to the GWB litigation and to the assesment of the governor's credibility, character, and ethics. ("New Jersey Lawyers in School Lunch Scam" and "New Jersey Lawyers' Ethics Farce.") 

Everybody is lying, as usual, in New Jersey. ("New Jersey's Feces-Covered Supreme Court" and "New Jersey Supreme Court's Imposion.")

Obstruction of justice may be the least of Mr. Christie's (or his lawyers') worries as "ethical" members of the bar. ("Law and Ethics in the Soprano State" and "New Jersey's Legal and Political Whores.")

"U.S. District Judge Susan D. Weginton said that under rules for issuing subpoenas, the demand ... needs to be specific and to show that the information sought was clearly relevant and would be admissable at trial." (TSL, 7-8-16, p. 1.)

It is difficult to determine "specificity" without examining the data or the content of the phone. ("New Jersey's Feces-Covered Supreme Court.") 

To require defense counsel to say what is on the phone and whether it is admissable before they examine the contents of the phone is a high burden. 

It seems clear (to me) that there is good reason to infer that Mr. Christie communicated with Ms. Kelly and others prior to the events at the bridge by directing them to generate the traffic jam. He may have gloated about his "toughness" in teaching a lesson to that upstart Fort Lee mayor who presumed to support his opponent in the election. 

As I say, I seriously doubt that the phone in question will turn up. 

If the phone does appear, however, it will be mysteriously deprived of all data. 

I wonder whether African-American defendants are given the level of discretion and deference that Mr. Christie has received in this matter so far. ("Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.")

Let us ask Eric Garner or Amadou Diallo this question to see what they think. Unfortunately, we cannot ask these African-American gentlemen their opinions of the issue because they were murdered without trial on the streets of our cities by police officers assuming their skin color alone established their guilt and merited the death penalty. ("So Black and So Blue in Prison" and "Justice For Mumia Abu-Jamal.")   


Larry Higgs, "Controversial Audio Surveillance of Riders Comes to a Quiet End," The Star-Ledger, June 30, 2016, p. 1. ("New Jersey Transit has stopped eavesdropping on riders' conversations aboard its light trains amid objections to a loss of privacy and questions of how it stored and handled the recordings from the electronic surveillance." Most observers believe that claims to have halted recordings are false. The recordings will probably continue, secretly, and they will be stored at undisclosed locations with limited access granted to "appropriate" law enforcement officials. "Secret" recordings of conversations in N.J. judges' chambers and elsewhere have been an open secret for a long time. This is something to bear in mind when riding N.J. Transit trains or when visiting the Garden State. Another open secret is frequent tampering with transcripts that are altered to frame persons, or in order to suggest unethical conduct by attorneys, as John McGill should know very well. I wonder who has the videotapes and other records, including transcripts, of "sessions" at 512 42nd Street, Union City, New Jersey during the late eighties involving the use of hypnosis in questioning persons, not only Marilyn Straus and myself, but others like Manuel R. Diaz and many innocent victims? "Marilyn Straus Was Right?" and "An Open Letter to My Torturers in New Jersey, Terry Tuchin, [David Cohen? "Arthur Goldberg"?] and Diana Lisa Riccioli.") 

S.P. Sullivan, "Judge: Faked Lab Test Could Undercut Nearly 15,000 Drug Cases," The Star-Ledger, June 30, 2016, p. 3. (About 14,800 cases could be based on faked drug tests "covered-up" by N.J. cops and prosecutors who knew of this fraud for some time before public exposure in New Jersey. How many persons, besides John McGill, Esq., coached a witness to lie against me as she claimed to be the daughter of a woman who had no daughter? How much was this person paid to lie under oath? Gilberto Garcia, were you involved in the commission of such crimes? "Arthur Goldberg"? How long has the New Jersey Supreme Court been aware of this fraud while perpetuating it and ignoring my communications? Silence in response to such serious accusations is deemed "tacit admission of guilt" under principles of international human rights laws. I have yet to receive a response to my communications from Mr. Rabner or the OAE. Is this negligence and apathy to the suffering of innocents "ethical" under New Jersey's rules of legal ethics? Why are no prosecutors being disbarred in this fiasco? "Prosecutorial Misconduct" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")  

Myles Ma, "Hackensack: Indictment -- Teacher Had Sex With Girl, 15," The Star-Ledger, June 30, 2016, p. 16. (Lauren Mitchell, 33, faces a 16-count indictment for having sex with a young girl who turned 15-years-of-age during their "romantic" relationship. Ms. Mitchell was a second grade teacher during the affair. It is unclear at this time whether her students were also affected by their teacher's "proclivities" that are, evidently, shared with Deborah T. Poritz, the state's former Chief Justice. Is this Poritz-sanctioned behavior a reason for the "indulgence" afforded to lesbian child molesters and pimps in Trenton? "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison" then "New Jersey Lesbian Professor Rapes a Disabled Man" and "Lesbian Teacher Sends Nude Photos to Minor.")

Fausto Giovanny Pinto, "Paterson: Priest Found Guilty of Molesting a Girl," The Star-Ledger, June 30, 2016, p. 16. ("A Passaic priest is facing up to 16 years in prison after a jury found him guilty Tuesday of molesting a 14-year-old parishioner in 2013." Rev. Jose Lopez is still a Bob Menendez supporter. "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "Is Union City, New Jersey Meyer Lansky's Whore House?") 

Peter J. Sampson, "Embezzler Who Fled Gets 75 Months: Exec. Stole $1.6 MILLION From Ridgefield Park Firm," The Star-Ledger, June 30, 2016, p. L-3. (John Y. Lee, 53, had skipped out on bail after stealing $1.6 million from Samsung in America. The court ordered restitution totaled $1,693,271. Mr. Lee did not have time to spread his contributions around. In the past this same individual, allegedly, made political contributions to distinguished officials in New Jersey. However, these contributions were not disclosed, publicly, even as they may have gone to the likes of Bob Menendez as proceeds of a criminal enterprise: "Bribery in Union City, New Jersey" then "Is Menendez For Sale?" and "Illegal Payments to Bob Menendez.") 

Susan K. Livio, "The $300 Million Chopped by Christie's Budget Ax," The Star-Ledger, July 4, 2016, p. 1. (Mr. Christie's budget cuts disproportionately burden poor and sick people, especially older residents of the state living on fixed incomes. Is this "Jersey fairness"?)

Anna Merriman, "Judge: AG Must Release Names of 3 Officers in Teen's Shooting," The Star-Ledger, July 4, 2016, p. 5. (Release the truth to me concerning torture, rape, and theft "Charlie-the-Horse" and Mr. Rabner. Time to reveal the secret files that were illegally withheld from discovery by Mr. McGill. These cops shot a 14-year-old African-American child Radazz Hearns. There are no consequences. New Jersey must stop protecting the guilty. "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption" and "Driving While Black in New Jersey.")

Mark Mueller & Enrique Lavin, "Fugitive Preacher Accused of New Abuse: Convicted Child Molester Allegedly Groped Teen in Country Where He Had Fled," The Star-Ledger, July 6, 2016, p. 1. (Gregorio Martinez, a Bob Menendez supporter, allegedly, groped a fifteen-year-old boy in Nicaragua even as he is a fugitive from similar charges in New Jersey. No doubt allegations that he made cash contributions to Senator Menendez cannot be verified. Perhaps Estela De la Cruz approves of such conduct and still makes use of prostitutes. Lourdes Santiago? "Marilyn Straus Was Right!")

Matt Zapotosky & Rosalind Helderman, "FBI Clears, Excoriates Clinton Over Emails," The Star-Ledger, July 6, 2016, p. 1. ($7 million was spent on the Benghazi investigation that led to no charges. Millions more have been spent on this bogus email investigation. There are no plans to investigate Mr. Christie for possible ethics "lapses" in connection with the Bridgegate matter and lying about it as well as possible obstruction of justice. New Jersey's concern with legal ethics seems to be highly selective. "New Jersey's Lawyers' Ethics Farce.") 

S.P. Sullivan, "Ex-Birdsall Executive to Get 9 Months in Scheme: Firm Made Illegal Campaign Contributions, Secured Contracts Authorities Say," The Star-Ledger, July 12, 2016, p. 13. (After threatening to disclose the names of politicians in New Jersey who received "contributions" William Birdsall, 67, received a favorable plea deal that will result in 9 months in jail with no state time and possible weekend release for violating the state's "pay-to-play" laws. I wonder why prosecutors were so generous? "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.")     

Hannan Adeley, "Christie Looks for School Funding Assist: Tells Fair Lawn Audience He's Hopeful For [Of Receiving?] High Court Support," The Record, July 29, 2016, p. L-1. (Mr. Christie has appointed 4 of the 7 justices currently serving -- themselves? -- on the state's highest court. This composition of the Trenton Supreme Court has created a "hope" that Governor Christie's proposal for a flat $6,599 to be spent on each student in New Jersey's schools, regardless of differential poverty rates in various districts and unique needs of individuals, will be sanctioned by the court. This proposal may actually violate the state's constitutional guarantee of an equal education to every child because the effect -- probably intended by Mr. Christie -- will be to cut back on assistance to poor districts as well as diminishing the help available for special needs students.)

Peter J. Sampson, "U.S. Agent Testifies at Fraud Trial: Ambulance Operator Allegedly Bilked Medicare," The Record, July 29, 2016, p. L-3. (A man from Diana Lisa Riccioli's Clifton, New Jersey was arrested at JFK airport with more than $122,000 in cash. Some of that money may have come from defrauding medicare. Immadeldin Awad Khair, 57, is a Bob Menendez supporter who, allegedly, approves of Dr. Melgen's effort to scam $9 million from medicare with the senator's assistance. "Menendez Croney's Office Raided" and "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office.")

Kathleen O'Brien, "Checkup Finds N.J. Hospitals Are Ailing," The Star-Ledger, July 29, 2016, p. 1. (Most N.J. hospitals are terrible. Theft, waste, poor quality of care are routine aspects of hospital reality. N.J. residents are often sicker when leaving rather than when entering facilities. They are worse off after receiving N.J. medical care.)

Tim Darragh, "Feds Sue Ex-N.J. Execs. for Defrauding Military," The Star-Ledger, July 29, 2016, p. 2. ("Derish M. Wolff" and "Salvador J. Pepe" of East Orange have been charged with defrauding the federal government in military contracts. These men have contributed to local politicians at astonishing rates. I suspect these are fictitious names. Not surprisingly, Bob Menendez may be a recipient of these contributions. "Bribery in Union City, New Jersey" and "Was Menendez Bribed to Get a Visa for a Croney?")

Dustin Racioppi, "N.J. Senators United, But in Distinct Roles," The Record, July 29, 2016, p. A-1. (New Jersey's senators have had surprisingly different roles in this Democratic Convention: "While Cory Booker delivered a prime time convention speech that prompted talk of a future in the White House, the senior [emphasis added] senator gave a 15-minute address to the New Jersey delegation at a hotel on the outskirts of the city as the cloud of scandal hung over him." Mr. Menendez has often been "hung over" but he now is being kept far from Hillary Clinton because a second indictment -- like the proverbial other shoe -- is about to drop. This blog post will be sent to the Cuban embassy which may also share information with the U.S. Justice Department pertaining to the senator's fondness for non-U.S. safety deposit boxes held in fictitious names. "Anthony Ardis Goes to Jail.") 

USA Today, "Melania Trump Site Vanishes," The Record, July 29, 2016, p. A-6. (Melania Trump's website has disappeared from the Internet after allegations that Mrs. Trump's claim to have graduated from the University of Ljublijana in her native Slovenia are false. Perhaps Michelle Obama -- a Harvard alumni -- also graduated from that school in Slovenia.) 

David McHugh & Frank Jordan, "Frankfurt, Germany: Data Travel Offers a Glimpse of How the Rich Hide Money," The Star-Ledger, April 5, 2016, p. 5. (Please bear this item in mind as other information is posted in August, 2016. "A leak of 11.5 million documents from a Panama-based law firm offers a glimpse into the shadowy world where the rich and powerful" -- like Bob Menendez? -- "hide their money, raising sharp questions about shell companies that obscure the identities of their true owners.")

Tom Haydon, "Ex-Teacher Caught Sharing Child Porn Sentenced to 5 Years," The Star-Ledger, April 5, 2016, p. 14. (Ronald Scott, 63, was sharing child porn with students who may have starred in some of these productions. I wonder whether Bob Menendez is a "friend" of Mr. Scott? Debbie Poritz? Neil M. Cohen, Esq.? "Neil M. Cohen, Esq. and Conduct Unbecoming to the Legislature in New Jersey.")

Dave Hutchinson, "Woman Gets 7 Years for $1.2 Million Fraud," The Star-Ledger, April 5, 2016, p. 14. (Janet Foosher, 63, pleaded guilty to 31 of 37 charges for organizing nearly $1.2 million in securities and annuities fraud with the assistance of elite New Jersey lawyers -- like "Charlie-the-Horse" perhaps? Ms. Foosher must pay $415,000 in restitution; nothing will happen to the lawyers assisting in the scams.) 

S.P. Sullivan, "Fraud Ringleader Heads to State Prison," The Star-Ledger, April 5, 2016, p. 14. (Harold Stephens, 32, a "personal friend," allegedly, of both Mr. Sweeney and Mr. Christie, ran a fake check operation that stole more than half-a-million dollars. How much of the money found its way into the pockets of politicians and judges in New Jersey is hard to say. More than 50% of New Jersey judges have been described as "corrupt" or "reachable" from behind-the-scenes. Corrupt judges are used by political and/or mob "bosses" to target attorneys disliked by "the boys" because of their independence. Was Mr. Menendez -- or were others on his behalf -- lying about me from behind my back to local judges in New Jersey when I practiced law in Union City? Were attorneys, in violation of ethics rules and criminal laws, meeting secretly with my clients to steal them away, or in order to slander me to them and/or their family members? Were clients threatened or intimidated or bribed to file actions against me at the request of New Jersey officials and their acolytes? Gilberto Garcia? Edgar Navarete? Jose Ginarte? Estela De La Cruz? And Mr. Menendez's law partner, Lilian Munoz? Is this New Jersey's legal ethics, "Charlie-the-Horse" and Stuart Rabner? More than 90% success rate is not acceptable? I am sure that persons were being asked to request return of their fees in an effort at "starvation tactics" against me. This was true regardless of the success of my efforts. "Christie Rails Against New Jersey's 'Corrupt' Judges" and "New Jersey's Soiled Judiciary" then "New Jersey's Judges Disgrace America" and "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?")  

J. David Goodman & Al Baker, "Bratton is Out as Police Chief for New York," The New York Times, August 3, 2016, p. A1. (I have yet to receive a response to my communications to the NYPD Commissioner. Mr. O'Neill will be the third Commissioner to ignore this situation. I cannot say who is pulling on the NYPD "leash." I can only hope that there is no uncontrollable public danger being created in New York as a result of this police apathy. "Christie 'Flunkey,' Ray Kelly, Attacks Commissioner Bratton, Then Retreats.")

"Coach Charged in Sex Assault of Minor," The Star-Ledger, August 1, 2016, p. 5. (Dawayne Aurent, 35, is charged with sexual assault of a minor identified only by her initials while she was between 13 and 16-years-of-age. New Jersey's appropriately earned reputation as America's leading child abuse state continues to grow. "New Jersey Welcomes Child Molesters" and "Judges in Bayonne, New Jersey Protect Child Molesters.")

Anthony G. Alterino, "Woodbridge: Teacher Charged in Sex Assault of Student," The Star-Ledger, August 1, 2016, p. 5. (Gary G. Minervinni, 37, of Woodbridge Junior-Senior High School is charged with sexual assault of a minor when she was his student. The victim may have been 14-years-old at the time of the incident. Is this N.J. child abuse "epidemic" reflective of the behavior of the state's political and legal "leaders"? "Deborah T. Poritz and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey" and "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes.") 

Alan Feuer, "A Wrongful Conviction, Then Punishment After Prison: New Jersey Man to be Exonerated in Rape Case," The New York Times, August 3, 2016, p. A15. (Yet another disaster for New Jersey's legal system because of secret use of psychological torture and hypnosis-based interrogations that are, allegedly, illegal at last. Anne Rodgers, Esq. was fond of these frame-up techniques. Is Ms. Rodgers still an attorney in New Jersey? Union County Prosecutor? I am sure that she is still a racist and protected by Elizabeth's corrupt police force. Dion Harwell, 50, was deprived of 30 years of his life and all that he might have accomplished by a racist and failed legal system in a mob-controlled jurisdiction that has left him damaged for life: "Nearly three decades in a 'hellhole' and struggling to find a place to live." I am sure that the person calling himself "Arthur Goldberg" and/or "David" and/or "Terry Tuchin" and/or many other names had a role to play in this man's false conviction. This same "David" may have met with Anne Rodgers in targeting me, secretly and criminally. Mr. Harwell said that he "cannot begin to explain the psychological trauma he had endured." Mr. Harwell will certainly be scarred for life and is entitled to substantial compensation for his tragic victimization. Black lives matter, Mr. Giuliani, and this is not a racist point. "Terry Tuchin, Diana Lisa Riccioli, and New Jersey's Agency of Torture.") 

Emily C. Dooley, "Forgery Charges in Sandy Claims: AG to Feds -- Reform Flood Insurance," Newsday, August 2, 2016, p. A2. (Mathew Pappalardo, ex-Project Manager of Hi-Rise Engineering PC of Uniondale, L.I., N.Y. and N.J., is charged with altering reports -- like John McGill? -- and damaging houses, fraudulently, to scam Sandy funds. Mafia affiliations are denied. "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.")

Tim Darragh, "Lawyers in Lane-Closing Get Ready to Make Case," The Star-Ledger, July 12, 2016, p. 13. (Defense lawyers have been unfairly deprived of legitimate discovery material affording them an excellent issue on appeal if things do not go well. Mr. Critchley is one of New Jersey's great trial lawyers who will do a fine job for his client. If I remember our cafeteria conversations accurately, however, Mr. Critchley is a Republican who may be constrained in going after Chris Christie on behalf of his client. I hope not. Why is Mr. Christie being protected by this judge? Is there a conflict of interest for Mr. Critchley in this situation as a good Republican from New Jersey? Does Mr. Critchley ever want to be a judge? You gotta keep the fat guy happy, Mr. Critchley?) 

Myles Ma, "All Five Suspects in Ramapo Sex Assault Plead Not Guilty," The Star-Ledger, July 12, 2016, p. 16. ("Five people charged in the sexual assault of a Ramapo College student pleaded guilty Monday in Bergen County Superior Court." There was a delay in apprehending these suspects because police were searching for a group of African-American suspects whom they assumed must be responsible for this atrocity in the spirit of the central park jogger case that turned out to be a fraud. Jose A. Lopez of Secaucus, Hudson County -- a Bob Menendez supporter -- is among the "ring leaders" of this alleged group of "wild young persons." Media hysteria alone will convict these young men. How often do police search for African-American culprits who they assume "must be" responsible for all crimes? "Abuse and Exploitation of Women in New Jersey.") 

Sallie Graziano, "Ex-PTA President Gets Probation for Theft," The Star-Ledger, July 12, 2016, p. 16. (Crystal L. Bernat, 34, of Union Township was indicted for theft of $19,250.00 from two bank accounts belonging to Union Township schools where several teachers have been charged, simultaneously, with child molestation. For some reason property values in Union -- "Goodfella" Ray Liotta's home town! -- are declining sharply. Everybody steals in New Jersey. "New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit.")

Justin Zaremba, "Teacher Accused of Sex Assault, Posts Bail," The Star-Ledger, July 12, 2016, p. 16. (Eric Strand, 57, a Middle School teacher is charged with having sex with a 14-year-old student. He posted $10,000 bail. New Jersey ethics? "New Jersey Rabbi Charged With Child Molestation" and "New Jersey is America's Child Porn Capitol.")  

Samantha Marcus, "Sweeney: 'Extortion' By Unions," The Star-Ledger, August 4, 2016, p. 1. (In a state where public workers see politicians "extorting" contributions from labor unions why should anyone be surprised to see the unions seeking to "extort" legal protections or funds in order to protect their workers? No reason. Everybody is a gangster in New Jersey.)

Adam Clark, "State Doubles Down On PARCC: If You Don't Pass, You Don't Graduate," The Star-Ledger, August 4, 2016, p. 1. ("Future New Jersey high school students will have to pass two standardized tests to graduate -- tests that so far have defeated most of the state's students who have taken them." The tests measure a 10th grade reading level and 9th grade math. Something has to be done to rescue the U.S. educational system. "Why Jane can't read.")

Tim Darragh, "Conspiracy Charge Brings Fox to Court," The Star-Ledger, August 4, 2016, p. 15. ("New Jersey political power broker Jamie Fox appeared before a federal judge Wednesday on a charge that he conspired to coerce United Airlines to reinstate a money-losing flight to benefit the [disgraced] Chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey." [David Samson] Jamie Fox, Republican corrupt former head of New Jersey's DOT, is represented by Michael Critchley who may have to refrain from attacking Mr. Christie and/or the governor's administration because the ace trial lawyer has been described as a "good friend" of David Samson and the governor. Allegedly, Mr. Samson is soon to be disbarred. I suspect that the legal ethics matter will be "fixed" for David Samson.)

Anthony Alterino, "Police Chief Faces Demotion for Email On Racial Profiling," The Star-Ledger, August 4, 2016, p. 15. ("Police Chief Benjamin Fox should be demoted to patrolman and suspended without pay for 180 days for violating the attorney general's guidelines against racial profiling." Mr. Fox explained that he "still likes the dark people." Any relation to Jamie Fox?)

Anthony G. Alterino, "Cops: Mall Crash Driver Was Naked and Drunk," The Star-Ledger, August 4, 2016, p. 18. (A man who crashed into 4 parked cars while driving naked with an open beer container in the front seat has not been identified. Allegations that Stuart Rabner is the drunken driver cannot be confirmed at this time.)

Kathleen O'Brien, "Lawsuit Filed Over Bungled Flu Shot," The Star-Ledger, April 6, 2016, p. 2. ("A man who received one of 67 flu vaccines administered at a company wellness clinic by a nurse who used just two syringes has sued the nurse and her employer for emotional distress." Like most professional medical services in New Jersey public health is provided in a slovenly manner with utter indifference for the welfare of the unfortunate persons whose misery requires them to live in New Jersey. "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.") 

Samantha Marcus, "Agency: N.J. Facing $162 Million Tax Shortfall," The Star-Ledger, April 6, 2016, p. 11. (N.J.'s wealthy residents are leaving the state -- despite Mr. Christie's perks on their behalf -- like the proverbial rats fleeing a sinking ship. Tax collection will come in at least $162 million short of projected goals. In August of 2016 it appears that the shortfall may reach more than $200 million. Given the levels of theft and incompetence that are always expected in New Jersey the only way the state meets its obligations is through ever-more expensive borrowing of funds. The hole gets deeper and no solutions are offered to this nightmare. No wonder New Jersey can't deal with my situation. They can't deal with anything.)

Tim Darragh, "Union City Officials Rigged Bids," The Star-Ledger, April 6, 2016, p. 14. ("A Union City official on Tuesday admitted in federal court that he rigged the process of selecting contractors for home rehabilitation and sidewalk replacement projects, according to the office of U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman." It appears in August, 2016 that RELATED investigations emerging from the bid-rigging scandal may lead to Senator Menendez as the recipient of at least some of the "benefits" from such bribery schemes and sweetheart deals just as the senior senator begins his trial for corruption in September. I suspect that there will be an attempt to delay the trial. "Bribery in Union City, New Jersey" and "Is Union City, New Jersey Meyer Lansky's Whore House?" then "Is Menendez For Sale?") 

Tim Darragh, "Man Admits Bribing Official," The Star-Ledger, July 12, 2016, p. 19. ("A West Orange businessman admitted Monday that he kicked back nearly $100,000 to an official at the bankrupt Newark Watershed Conservation & Development Corporation in return for payment for no show work." A statewide investigation of such "kickbacks" and fraudulent positions awarded to deceased New Jersey residents may focus on Hudson, Essex, Union and Bergen Counties and target statewide politicians, again, such as Bob Menendez. "Anthony Ardis Goes to Jail" then "New Jersey is Lucky Luciano's Havana" and "New Jersey is the Home of the Living Dead.") 

Claude Brodesser-Akner, "Former Lawyer at Bridgegate Firm: Save Texts," The Star-Ledger, July 8, 2016, p. 5. ("Farah Pepper -- then vice chair [sic.] of Gibson, Dunn's electronic discovery and information law practice -- raised the issue [of preserving ALL the data on Christie's phone] in the wake of the embarrassing disclosure of text messages between pro-golfer Tiger Woods and his mistress in a feature for titled 'Honey, I Forgot the Cellphone.' ..." The same Christie phone messages and texts which his attorneys could not say in court filings still existed, evidently, are contained in Gibson, Dunn computers today even as persons are placed on criminal trial for doing what those texts may prove that they were ORDERED to do by N.J.'s lying governor. This is New Jersey's legal ethics on display for the world to see: "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")  

Paul Milo, "Cops Cleared in Shootings That Killed Two," The Star-Ledger, August 5, 2016, p. 10. (Bergen County prosecutors once again "cleared" police officers for the lethal shooting of Elvin Diaz, 24. The number of occasions on which any police officer in Bergen County has been held accountable for the killing of a minority youth are few and far between. Mistakes are rarely made with affluent suburbanites.)

Mary Ann Spoto, "'I'm just thankful my name is back': Man's Decades-Long Fight to Overturn Sex Assault Conviction Comes to an End," The Star-Ledger, August 5, 2016, p. 13. (How do you compensate a man for the attempted theft of his life? Or for the loss of 30 years from that life? Dion Harrell is entitled to compensation for the rest of his life after the nightmare he has endured. Prosecutors rarely assume the degree of responsibility with regard to their own actions that they seek to exact from others. They are protected by judges who are themselves former prosecutors. Is this not hypocrisy and lying?  "Prosecutorial Misconduct.")

Tom Hays, "Feds Indict 46 in Mob Sweep, Including 4 Men From New Jersey," The Star-Ledger, August 5, 2016, p. 13. ("Declaring that the Mafia is not just the stuff of movie scripts, federal prosecutors charged nearly four dozen people Thursday with being part of an East Coast crime syndicate, including an old-school mobster in New York and a mob chieftain in Philadelphia who had been pursued by the government for two decades." Among those charged were Joseph "Skinny Joey" Merlino of Philadelphia; Pasquale "Patsy" Parrelo of New York; Dennis Marino, Jr., 49 of Short Hills -- not far from Stuart Rabner's home address -- Anthony Cirillo, 51, of Englewood Cliffs -- not far from District Judge Jose Linares' home address -- and Marco Minuto, 48, of Belmar; among the names that allegedly "came up" in FBI recordings are: "Diana Lisa Riccioli," "Wally" Timponi; Nicolas -- "Luca Brasi" -- Scutteri, and Jaynee LaVecchia of the state's soiled Supreme Court. No word on Kim Guardagno and "Charlie-the-Horse" of the OAE? How about Joey Di Vincenzo? "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.")   

Keith Sargeant & Charles Thompson, "Schiano Named as Witness to Sex Abuse, Court Documents Show," The Star-Ledger, July 13, 2016, p. 1. (Former Rutgers football coach Greg Schiano has been named as a witness who "knew about" child sexual abuse by protected Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky in the 1990s. Was "Little Debbie" Poritz protected from similar charges in New Jersey? Is such protection "ethical," Mr. Rabner? How many persons knew of the sexual violations of victims in my situation and covered-up the truth to protect themselves or their friends? "An Open Letter to My Torturers in New Jersey, Terry Tuchin and Diana Lisa Riccioli.")  

Tom Hayden, "Man Jailed 22 Years is Freed as Slay Charge is Tossed," The Star-Ledger, July 13, 2016, p. 3. (Duquene Pierre, now 44, has been cleared of homicide charges after serving 22 years for a crime he did not commit. Prosecutors were reluctant to admit the error and/or their various lies. No ethics charges against these prosecutors are planned. "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")

S.P. Sullivan, "Indicted Trooper Brings Lawsuit," The Star-Ledger, July 13, 2016, p. 13. (Steve Hodge, the indicted trooper who assaulted a NY Giants fan at the stadium after a game, is suing because, for some reason, he was charged with assault after physically attacking the victim. The unofficial protection for cops was called off mysteriously.)

Tim Darragh, "Nephew of Alleged Capo Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison," The Star-Ledger, July 13, 2016, p. 13. (James Heeney, 36, of Elizabeth, New Jersey was sentenced to 5 years in prison, despite his friends on the local police department, for organized crime activity. "Marilyn Straus Was Right!" and "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison.") 

Tom Moran, "Samson Guilty Plea Caps Really Bad Day for Christie," The Star-Ledger, July 15, 2016, p. 3. ("Two senior members of Gov. Law-and-Order's staff have pleaded guilty to felony charges, and three more have been charged." Is this the end of corruption in New Jersey government that was promised by Mr. Christie? "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.") 

S.P. Sullivan, "Taxpayer Tab for Bridgegate Bills Keeps Growing," The Star-Ledger, July 15, 2016, p. 3. (" ... New Jersey taxpayers have paid $202,827 to the law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher between September 2015 and March [2016]." We will see millions more paid to this lying firm of politically-connected lawyers. "New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit" and "Crooked Law Firms, Senator Bob, and New Jersey Ethics." $8.9 MILLION has already been paid to Mr. Mastro's firm for Mr. Christie's representation. It is expected that the total fees will exceed $10 MILLION when all is said and done. The OAE thinks this is fine. There is no need to protect the public from such overbilling. "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.") 

Mary Ann Spoto, "Panel Approves Gramiccioni for Prosecutor," The Star-Ledger, July 15, 2016, p. 13. (Christopher Gramiccioni, Esq. was asked about the mafia in New Jersey and responded: "I don't know nothing about it. I wasn't there.") 

Sallie Graziano, "Six Female Inmates Can Sue a Guard for Sexual Assault," The Star-Ledger, July 15, 2016, p. 14. (Erich Melgar is accused of sexually assaulting female inmates. For years no one in the N.J. legal system cared much for the fate of incarcerated women under this man's charge. Nothing happened. Finally, something is being done to prevent others from enduring rape and torture because of this sick individual. "Foucault, Rose, Davis and the Meaning(s) of Prison.")

Tim Darragh, "Man Gets Four Years For Defrauding $7 Million in Medicare Money," The Star-Ledger, July 15, 2016, p. 14. (Paul Mil, of Elizabeth, New Jersey stole $4 million in bogus claims from Medicare. Is this man a member of the New Jersey Bar Association? Does the OAE wish to continue this pointless war against me at the expense of efforts to control such misconduct? Tell the truth and deal with the consequences of these very serious crimes, New Jersey. "Menendez Croney's Office Raided" then "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.")

Ben Horrowitz, "Sentencing Delayed in Child Sex Assault Case," The Star-Ledger, July 15, 2016, p. 14. (Troy Leonard, 31, of Franlyn Lakes must wonder why it is O.K. for Bob Menendez and Debbie Poritz or Mr. Cohen but not for him to be sexually attracted to much younger persons. "Neil M. Cohen, Esq. and Conduct Unbecoming to the Legislature in New Jersey." )

Salvador Rizzo, "Christie's Legal Bill at $8.2 MILLION in Fallout From GWB Scandal: Plus Risk management Firm Got $2.3 MILLION," The Record, July 15, 2016, p. A-7. (N.J.'s taxpayers are footing the bill for Mr. Christie's idiocy. What are they getting in return for this expense? More bad government and corrupt courts? Is this N.J.'s "legal ethics," Mr. Rabner? "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.") 

Abbott-Koloff, "Charges Against Fox Shock Lawmakers," The Record, July 15, 2016, p. A-7. (Mr. Fox may go to prison at last. I am not shocked. You cannot be an effective public servant and a loyal soldier of one of the state's various political bosses. This is true whether the political "boss" is Mr. Christie or Mr. Menendez.)

Jeff Pillets, "Stellar Career Comes to a Stunning Conclusion: Samson Was Governor's Go-To Guy," The Record, July 15, 2016, p. A-7. (David Samson was always a sleazebag and a pile of stinking filth who deserves to go to prison. I would welcome the opportunity to confront this man with what I believe that he has done. Is this a person you deem "successful" in New Jersey's legal circles? Is Mr. Samson a "lawyer's lawyer"? Malbus? "David Samson Resigns!")

Alfred P. Doblin, "David Samson, Like Pal's Cabin, is No Longer Standing," The Star-Ledger, July 18, 2016, p. A-9. (I liked "Pal's Cabin" where the burgers especially were unforgettable. I loathe the racist, cowardly, behind-the-back specialist that is David Samson. This man embodies the hypocrisy and lies of New Jersey's legal ethics to perfection and has brought suffering to many innocent persons. "Terry Tuchin, Diana Lisa Riccioli, and New Jersey's Agency of Torture" then "Is America's Legal Ethics a Lie?" and "New Jersey's Filth, Failures, and Flaws.")

Jonathan D. Salant, "Menendez Raises $400,000 From Mogul," The Star-Ledger, July 18, 2016, p. 2. (Sheldon Adelson makes Menendez's Israeli connections clear. Haim Saban's and his wife's $408,750 makes the connections even clearer. Are these people fronting for the Israeli government's financing of Mr. Menendez's legal defense by way of Ari Fleischer, Esq.? Obviously, Mr. Menendez is now "bought-and-paid for" by multiple parties whom the senator must hope do not have conflicting interests so as ever to call on him for help at the same time. "Is Menendez For Sale?")   

Mary Ann Spoto, "Detectives Allege Misconduct in Prosecutor's Office," The Star-Ledger, July 18, 2016, p. 3. (Allegations of political favors and protection, corruption, at the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office. Things are far worse elsewhere in the state where several County Prosecutors are under federal investigation for possible corruption. "New Jersey's Tainted Legal Ethics.") 

Derek Hawkins & Lyah Bui, "Officer Acquitted of All Charges in Freddy Gray Case," The Star-Ledger, July 19, 2016, p. 13. (Brian Rice, 42, has been acquitted. No one is going to prison or convicted for the brutal murder of Freddy Gray which was captured on video. These are the "ethics" of the contemporary American legal system. "Justice For Mumia Abu-Jamal" and "Freedom For Mumia Abu-Jamal." )

Kelley Heyboer, "Student Loan Program Comes Under Scrutiny," The Star-Ledger, August 8, 2016, p. 1. (Hearings have been called to examine "state-sanctioned loan sharking." New Jersey's government collection tactics have been described as "cruel and inhumane." Is "Gabrielle Charette" a fictitious name? If so, what is this person's real name? Is the public not entitled to know the truth concerning this person's credentials and competence? Is "Christina Renna" a reader of my writings? How many names does Ms. Renna use in her various "roles"?) 

Samantha Marcus, "For Pension  Referendum, it's Do or Die," The Star-Ledger, August 8, 2016, p. 1. (Will Mr. Christie's opposition be overcome in order to bring the pension issue before the New Jersey Legislature?)

Myles Ma, "American Dream May Get $800 Million," The Star-Ledger, August 9, 2016, p. 2. (After nearly $5 BILLION have been spent on a failed effort to build a shopping mall, "American Dream," the successor to the so-called "Xanadu" project, will scam an additional $800 million in bond funds from New Jersey which is on the edge of bankruptcy. "Cement is Gold!" and "Senator Bob Loves Xabadu!")

Jessica Mazzola, "Lesbian Couples Sue N.J. Over Fertility Law," The Star-Ledger, August 9, 2016, p. 3. ("Jessica Mazzola" -- any relation to the famous corn oil? -- may be a fictitious name. Diana Lisa Riccioli? Barbara Buono? Kim Guardagno? Christina Renna? Jaynee LaVecchia? All of these ladies seem to exchange names? Or to make use of false names? "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!")   

David Porter, "Christie's Lawyers: Don't Call Us -- Attorneys Who Prepared Report Clearing Christie Resist Taking Witness Stand," The Star-Ledger, August 9, 2016, p. 13. (The people who prepared what has been called Mr. Christie's "whitewash" report refuse to testify under oath as to the accuracy or truthfulness of the same report. I do not blame them one bit. Recent emails that have been made public -- preserved in the law firm's computer files no doubt -- quoted August 10, 2016 on MSNBC, indicate that Christie's own staff person, Christina Renna, said that Mr. Christie was "blatantly lying" at his 2013 press conference when he denied knowledge of the lane closings. Again, these were among the emails that were indisputably known to Mr. Mastro and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher as they conducted their so-called "objective investigation" into Bridgegate while also serving as the governor's lawyers. It is now undisputed that: "Attorneys for Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher wrote in court filings recently that they seek to block subpoenas issued by attorneys for former Christie aide Bridget Ann Kelly and former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executive Bill Baroni." Is anyone not lying in this situation? Should members of the bar not tell the truth at least sometimes, "Charlie-the-Horse"? Should the OAE continue to lie through silence in my matters? Is this New Jersey's legal ethics, Stuart Rabner? "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.")

Adam Clark, "Is N.J. Too Tough On College Loans? Lawmakers Think So," The Star-Ledger, August 9, 2016, p. 13. (The college loan scam has been compounded by the alleged fact that New Jersey, essentially, farmed out its collection work to the mafia while refusing to abide by bankruptcy laws in order to steal from persons whose debts had already been discharged in criminal violation of federal laws. This has no doubt been deemed ethical by the OAE.) 

Jeff Goldman & Tom Hayden, "Fired Official Gets $380,000 in Settlement," The Star-Ledger, August 9, 2016, p. 16. (Yet another public official in New Jersey claiming to have been fired for exclusively political reasons settled his lawsuit for $380,000. There are many other such suits relating to politics in prosecutors' offices, courts, public jobs throughout New Jersey. Corruption and cronyism is pervasive in the Garden State. Ethics?) 

Jessica Reno, "Driver Exposed Himself to Girls, Police Say," The Star-Ledger, August 9, 2016, p. 17. (Shame on you, Senator Menendez. "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "Senator Bob, the Babe, and the Big Bucks.") 

Peter J. Sampson, " GWB Report Lawyers Fight Call to Testify: 8 From N.Y.C. Firm Subpoenaed for Scandal Trial," The Record, August 9, 2016, p. A-1. ("Eight lawyers from a New York firm whose state financial investigation cleared Governor Christie of blame in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal are asking a judge to block them from testifying at the upcoming corruption trial of two of the governor's former allies." These lawyers are highly reluctant to stand behind their own so-called fact-finding and interview methods. In particular, they refuse to explain what they chose to disregard in the testimony collected, or why they did so. This sounds like the OAE. The Christie lawyers have already been caught in questionable assertions of fact and obvious ethical conflicts. They will be protected, it seems, by the political, corrupt, and possibly paid-off OAE. What will the trial judge decide? Much depends on the N.J. federal District Judge's ambitions for higher office. "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")   

"Rule 3 at PA: Police Shielded During Investigations," (Editorial) The Record, August 9, 2016, p. A-6. (Police are allowed to escape obligations of candor or cooperation by the PA's notorious "Rule 3" that allows for silence and non-cooperation even where there may be no individual criminal liability for witnesses and requirements of public disclosure. No double-standards, Stuart? "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?") 

Patrick McGeehan, "Christie 'Flat Out Lied' in George Washington Bridge Case," The New York Times, August 11, 2016, p. A18. ("Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey LIED [emphasis added] to reporters when he said he did not believe any senior member of his staff knew about the plot to block traffic to the George Washington Bridge, one of his aides told a colleague in a text message included in a federal court filing on Wednesday." Christina Genovese Renna subsequently deleted her emails and text messages pointing out that Mr. Christie's denials were "flat out lies" because the governor had "blatantly lied" about his role in the drama. None of the recipients of these messages and emails, at the time, disputed or contradicted Ms. Renna's statements. Attempts to destroy evidence -- which is probably what the OAE has tried to do in my matters -- in any legal proceedings in New Jersey constitutes a criminal offense of obstruction of justice. I am sure that the OAE and New Jersey Supreme Court are aware of the crimes for which they are responsible where I am only one of an increasing number of victims. "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "New Jersey Supreme Court's Implosion.") 

Charles Stile, "Ex-Aide Said Christie Lied About GWB Scandal: Bombshell Casts a Shadow Over Narrative of Denial," The Record, August 11, 2016, p. A-1. (The governor's own aide Christina Genovese Renna, allegedly a lesbian, was shocked by the governor's denials on December 13, 2013 of any role in the infamous lane-closings. In emails and text messages to campaign managers Bill Stepien and others, Ms. Renna pointed out that Mr. Christie was "LYING through his teeth" -- as was Bob Menendez come to think of it, concerning the senator's fondness for young prostitutes -- as to the governor's lack of awareness of the GWB crisis prior to its development, or regarding the role of his people in generating the lane-closings. Ms. Renna may be a double agent, however, with conflicting loyalties to Barbara Buono and Trenton's so-called "lesbian brigade" that is hostile to Christie. As a member of the Genovese clan, of course, Ms. Renna may also have been working from the inside from day one to undermine Christie's administration.) 

Dustin Racioppi, "Governor Denies, and Dismisses Claims in Texts," The Record, August 11, 2016, p. A-1. ("A former aide to Governor Christie said he 'flat out lied' to reporters about his administration's involvement in the George Washington Bridge lane closures as he faced increasing scrutiny of the traffic jam in late 2013, according to a new court filing, raising new questions about the silence and alleged cover-ups." Will they ever learn in Trenton that cover-ups are often worse than the original offense for politicians? Has Ms. Renna been "rewarded" for her services to the "ladies"? "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!")

Slavador Rizzo, "Security Costs for Christie's Out-of-State Travel Reach $2 Million," The Record, August 11, 2016, p. A-3. (Mr. Christie continues to burden New Jersey taxpayers with his GWB legal fees and costs, $12-to-$13 Million and counting, but also with the excessive costs of his jaunts to Las Vegas or Florida, an additional $2-to-$6 Million eventually, to say nothing of his security needs at home.)

Peter J. Sampson, "Teacher Guilty in Online Sex Act," The Record, August 11, 2016, p. A-4. (David M. Adams, 30, of Branchburg admitted to U.S. District Judge William H. Walsh that he spent time on the Internet trying to persuade a young boy to masturbate online. Allegedly, such conduct is "normal in New Jersey." "Neil M. Cohen, Esq. and Conduct Unbecoming to the Legislature in New Jersey.") 

John Brennan, "$800 Million for American Dream: State OKs Financing Deal to Restart Project," The Record, August 11, 2016, p. L-3. (A care package for the mafia? "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics" and "Senator Bob Loves Xanadu!" then "Xanadu and You Are Perfect Together.") 

Tim Darragh, "Ex-Aide: Christie 'Flat Out Lied' -- Text Message Emerges in GWB Court Documents," The Star-Ledger, August 11, 2016, p. 1. ("Are you listening," Renna wrote to Peter Sheridan, a campaign staff aide as Mr. Christie was denying any involvement in the GWB crisis, "[Christie] flat-out lied about senior staff and Stepien not being involved." Ms. Renna may have sought to "set-up" the governor with emails and messages she "preserved on her own" for potential political purposes and/or at the request of "others" who do not like the governor. I wonder who such anti-Christie forces would be?)  

Matt Arco, "Who is Christina Genovese Renna?," The Star-Ledger, August 11, 2016, p. 1. (Alleged mafia affiliations are denied along with Ms. Renna's "connections" to Diana Lisa Riccioli, Kim Guardagno, Jaynee La Vecchia and Estela De La Cruz to say nothing of Barbara Buono. Will the Gottis vouch for Ms. Renna? Will Ms. Renna appear on "Mob Wives"? "Jennifer Velez is a Dyke Magnet!") 

Kathleen O'Brien, "Menendez, With His Daughter Pregnant, Takes Zika Personally," The Star-Ledger, August 11, 2016, p. 10. (Alicia Menendez is older than many of the young prostitutes favored by her father. This is demeaning to women, Mr. Menendez, and so unfair to many of the young victims of the protected sex industry in Hudson County. "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "Senator Bob, the Babe, and the Big Bucks" then "Wedding Bells Ring For Menendez!" and "Was Menendez Bribed to Get a Visa For a Croney?")

"Text Spells More Trouble for Christie," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, August 11, 2016, p. 14. (Christie's political life is probably over because of the mishandling of the Bridgegate matter. New Jersey's cover-up in my case has made things worse by emphasizing, internationally, the corrosive effects of these crimes on the Garden State's tainted -- or corrupt -- legal system. I am very disappointed in your court, Mr. Rabner. "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.") 

Alan Feuer, "Texts Live On, but That's Often Forgotten," The New York Times, August 12, 2016, p. A20. (It is true that in the age of texting, along with other such private communications, public exposure is not unforeseeable and may well be highly damaging. In the matter of Ms. Renna's texts I suspect that they were always intended to be disclosed in an effort to hurt Christie. This raises the question to whom does Ms. Renna "belong"? "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!")

AP, "Lawsuits Signal Racial Tension in Iowa City: Cases Against Police Settled," The Record, August 12, 2016, p. A-8. (Lawsuits against police settled, including a suit brought on behalf of a 13-year-old African-American girl who was handcuffed after yelling at a passing police car: "slow down!" Handcuffed and also taken to jail for making use of her free speech rights. "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.")

Peter J. Sampson, "Driver Says PIP Police Beat Him For No Reason," The Record, August 12, 2016, p. L-1. (Wilton J. Silvestre was beaten by N.J. members of the Interstate Parkway Police for "driving slowly in the right lane." Mr. Silvestre who has a spotless record as a member of the NYC Transit Authority is an African-American citizen. "Driving While Black in New Jersey" and "The FBI Wants Assata Shakur.") 

Kim Lueddeke, [Kate Zernike, Kim Guardagno?] "Edgewater Man Admits to Viewing Child Porn," The Record, August 12, 2016, p. L-3. (Alfredo Vincente, 61, pleaded guilty before New Jersey Superior Court Judge Susan Steele to third degree child endangerment. Mr. Vincente possessed and distributed child porn in America's premier jurisdiction for such activity: "New Jersey Superior Court Judge is a Child Molester" and "Neil M. Cohen, Esq. and Conduct Unbecoming to the Legislature in New Jersey" then "New Jersey Rabbi Faces Child Porn Charges" and "Deborah T. Poritz and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.") 

Matt Arco, "Stepien in the Spotlight Once Again," The Star-Ledger, August 12, 2016, p. 3. (Mr. Stepien is now affiliated with Kim Guardagno and -- so far -- seems to have survived Bridgegate. Is "Linda Camooso Miller" yet another fictitious name for the notorious lesbian from Trenton? Ms. Guardagno? Jaynee LaVecchia?) 

AP, "Governor's Security Team Bills $2 Million Since 2010 for Out of State Trips," The Star-Ledger, August 12, 2016, p. 7. (Mr. Christie's partisan efforts for Donald J. Trump are costing New Jersey taxpayers millions.)

Mary Ann Spoto, "Court Says Convict Unfairly Punished: Ruling 3&1/2 Years in Solitary Was Too Harsh May Lead to New Guidelines," The Star-Ledger, August 12, 2016, p. 13. (N.J. Supreme Court refuses to answer questions concerning the secret use of psychological torture techniques against unsuspecting victims, including lawyers, since the late eighties and maybe earlier. How many victims are minority group members or women? How many have been raped? No criminal charges have ever been brought against me. It is now undisputed that ethics charges I faced were based on criminal fraud and admitted perjury as well as deliberate violations of my Constitutional rights by OAE lawyers and staff as well as others. I was always happy to reimburse portions of unused fees -- or all fees -- when appropriate only to find the same individuals returning to my office asking for my help again. I wonder who was lying to them about me? Not one cent is owed to any client, or former client of mine, by me. On the other hand there are certainly people who owe me money. I trust that all OAE lies have now been discredited and dismissed. Any new slander from Charlie-the-Horse? John McGill? "On Bullshit" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")  

Dave Hutchinson & Craig Turpin, "Teacher is Charged in Sexual Assault of 16-Year-Old Student," The Star-Ledger, August 12, 2016, p. 16. (Nicolas Kita, 23, is charged with sexual contact with a 16-year-old student. This young woman may be too old for Senator Menendez.)   

Jonathan Lin, "Michigan Man Faces Federal Sex Charges," The Star-Ledger, August 12, 2016, p. 16. (A New Jersey victim for Randi Montante -- one of many predators choosing N.J. as fertile territory to procure "partners" -- was only 13-years-old. "Another Global Child Porn Network in New Jersey.") 

"Text Spells Out More Trouble For Christie," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, August 11, 2016, p. 14. ("At best, the governor was ignoring the George Washington Bridge scandal. At worst, he was covering it up." [emphasis added] Much the same may be said of the New Jersey Supreme Court in connection with my now very public matters. The danger to the public in several states is ignored by New Jersey officials.)

Jean Rimbach, "Bergen Official Loses 90 Days' Pay: Allegedly Interfered With the Arrest of a 'Friend,'" The Record, August 9, 2016, p. L-1. ("Ralphie Boy" Rivera will lose about 1/3 of his $103,000 a-year salary for an incident in which I correctly predicted that he had tried to prevent the arrest of a connected insider on drunk driving charges.) 

Liam Stack, "After Lawsuit, New Jersey Allows '8THEIST' License Plate," The New York Times, August 17, 2016, p. A17. ("Liam Stack" may be my old friend "Brian Stack" or some other member of the political "inside group" in New Jersey. Should public officials generate journalistic coverage of themselves? I guess this is now routine. As for the underlying issue, I suppose if a person wishes to advertise her atheism, she has every right to do so, given the provisions of the First Amendment's establishment clause. This sort of contrived litigation may be designed as a distraction from the state's real troubles, or a bone tossed to liberals, who are getting little else these days in New Jersey.)  

Michael Wines & Jess Ridgewood, "Attorney General's Conviction Unlikely to End Scandal in Pennsylvania," The New York Times, August 17, 2016, p. A9. (Kathleen G. Kane, AG in Pennsylvania, has now been rightly convicted. Tawdry associations in South Jersey and elsewhere have been revealed. Much the same scandal is unfolding in New Jersey where I may play a humble part. "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!" and "Another Mafia Sweep in New Jersey and Anne Milgram is Clueless.")

Ross Bultner, "Trump Casinos Got Break On Tax Bill Under Christie," The New York Times, August 17, 2016, p. A1. (Christie came through for Trump as he did for Exxon even as the people of New Jersey in Mr. Nixon's terminology "get shafted." A $30 million dollar tax debt -- that could have risen to $50 million -- was resolved, reportedly, for about $4-to-$6 million. Mr. Trump explained that, of course, "Christie knew about the Bridgegate matter." Evidently, Mr. Trump is not very nice even to those who, lovingly, kiss his behind. "Christie Gives a Donor $1 Million of New Jersey Money.")

Tim Darragh, "Media Asks Judge to Unseal Bridgegate Record," The Star-Ledger, August 17, 2016, p. 3. (The public's interest in truth in government is not well served by "fictitious names" appearing in the media shielding true culprits from accountability. My matters also raise serious public concerns focusing upon the issue of why persons willing to provide insults and leak allegations would be shy about revealing the crimes they committed against unruly attorneys and civil libertarians. If they can get away with targeting one radical attorney today why not others tomorrow? "New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit.") 

Samantha Marcus, "Christie: Dems. Shut Down Road Projects," The Star-Ledger, August 17, 2016, p. 15. (Christie accuses the Senate of stalling road projects, calls the NJEA "selfish" -- unlike himself? -- and charges Hillary Clinton with ethics lapses. The pot calling the kettle black? "Is Christopher Christie 'Mentally Deranged' and a 'Liar'?")

Tim Darragh, "Faked Signatures Result in Prison Term for Lapses," The Star-Ledger, August 17, 2016, p. 15. (Kirtish N. Patel and Nita Patel faked physicians' signatures and requests for expensive texts that allowed them to make money while placing persons lives at risk. The scams against insurance companies are worthy of Jose Ginarte and Edgar Navarete. I wonder whether efforts were made to fake my signature by these gentlemen for a small fee? Mr. McGill? "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption" and "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.") 

Richard Muti, "Christie's School Funding Plan Could Sink Our Urban Districts," The Star-Ledger, August 17, 2016, p. 16. (Christie simply does not care about "urban," meaning African-American and Latino children. Is Mr. Christie truly the governor of all "New Jersey's people"?)

Joe Malinconico, "Tentative Deal Reached in Cop Beating Lawsuit," The Record, August 9, 2016, p. L-2. (Two men settled for $610,000 after their beating and torture by Paterson cops was captured on video. Police had denied the incident took place as alleged until the video appeared. Mr. Christie will join Donald J. Trump in sponsoring a police support rally this week. Do black lives matter, Mr. Christie? "The FBI Wants Assata Shakur" and "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism" then "So Black and So Blue in Prison.")

Peter J. Sampson, "Feds Open Fake College in Sting," The Record, April 6, 2016, p. A-1. (Was the sting aimed at fraudsters who create bogus schools to scam money from unsuspecting people? "Trump University"? In August, 2016 several of these matters where 21 persons were charged for defrauding public funds in conspiracies involving "partners" working in government will lead to additional arrests and court appearances. Yes, attorneys must be involved in these N.J. shenanigans. "New Jersey Lawyers' Ethics Farce.") 

Mary Jo Layton, "Bergen Hospital Accused of Racial Discrimination," The Record, April 6, 2016, p. L-1. (Former worker's whistle-blower lawsuit has led to a STATEWIDE and soon to be federal investigation of racial bias and exclusion in New Jersey health care. After African-Americans are beaten on the streets by police, New Jersey hospitals may refuse to treat them. Given the quality of care available in many Garden State hospitals this may be a small blessing. "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.")  



Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Anthony Ardis Goes to Jail.

July 12, 2016 at 2:16 P.M. A package of materials pertaining to these matters that includes copies of the essay appearing below with attachments was sent along with certificates of mailing from the U.S. Post Office, Inwood, Manhattan station to the following recipients:

Donna Lieberman
New York Civil Liberties Union
125 Broad Street
New York, N.Y. 10041
(212) 607-3500
Certificate No.: R 2304E105406-02.

The Center For Constitutional Rights
666 Broadway
7th Floor
New York, N.Y. 10012
(212) 614-6464
Certificate No.: R 2304E105406-02.

Human Rights Watch
34, 550 5th Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10118
(212) 290-4700
Certificate No.: R 2304105406-02.

The receipt from the Post Office indicates that 3 separate certificates have been issued under a single number to the above listed recipients according to bill and tracking number: 840-51000050-2-104489-2 by P.O. Clerk: 02. 

A final copy of the essay with definitions that may assist New Jersey's OAE in figuring out what they are supposed to be doing will be sent to that agency in Trenton under separate cover. 

July 7, 2016 at 1:19 P.M. A package containing the essay that appears below together with attachments was sent by overnight mail to:

U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York
1 St. Andrew's Place
New York, N.Y. 10007
(212) 637-2200
Tracking Number: EL 466780775 US.

Delivery is take place not later than 12:00 Noon, July 8, 2016.

A second parcel containing the essay that appears below and numerous attachments was sent by certified mail to:

National News Editor
The Washington Post
1301 K Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20071
(202) 334-6000
Tracking Number: 7015 0640 0002 8367 2089.

A number of other packages containing essentially the same materials identified above will be mailed to other intended recipients in the days ahead. 

I will post the relevant information at this site when it is appropriate to do so.

June 17, 2016 at 1:37 P.M. I am in receipt of a letter purporting to come from the office of Charles ("Charlie-the-Horse") Centinaro, Esq., the Director of the Office of Attorney Ethics in Trenton dated June 9, 2016 and stating: 

"This will acknowledge receipt of your letter received in our office on May 23, 2016." 

This communication bears the name and alleged signature of one "William B. Ziff, Esq., Deputy Statewide Coordinator." The initials accompanying the signature on page two of this letter are: "WBZ/jo." 

I will send a copy of this letter as well as of the envelope in which it arrived to the U.S. Attorney's Office. I suspect that John McGill, Esq. is responsible for this communication even if he is no longer at the OAE and that the same person using the name "Fernando Fernandez" and "Sheldon" in the Invicta Watch Company matter is the true "author" of this text.

Having completed my jury service, I believe that I have discovered the reason for my being scheduled on June 15, 2016: Ted Man, "Christie's Records Sought: In Bridge Case, Lawyers For Ex-Allies Compare N.J. Governor  to Nixon; 'Desperate Allegations,'" Greater New York, June 15, 2016, p. 1. (Defense lawyers seek the " ... governor's telephone [which disappeared?] from which he deleted a text message exchange with an aide as the scandal was building in late 2013.") 

The governor's now admitted deletion and his initial denials may constitute lying and obstruction of justice. This pattern of conduct suggests that the governor may have orchestrated the traffic jam and tried to cover his tracks while blaming others. ("Christie's Bridge of Sighs.")

As of June, 2016 no response to any of my communications from U.S. officials has been received by me (or others) despite the increased risk to innocent persons in this city and loss of potentially vital information to federal law enforcement agencies from N.J. persisting in this "wall of silence" approach to what is now an international spectacle of incompetence, corruption, and public danger by a failed jurisdiction in America.

It seems evident that a cover-up aimed at protecting officials only in New Jersey (I hope) and/or a botched investigation is still under way. 

Alleged pay-offs to New Jersey judges, prosecutors, elected officials may also help to explain the non-response to my communications. 

100 recent examples of revolting and heinous corruption and perversion among N.J. lawyers and public figures -- some serving on the legal ethics committee no doubt -- will be attached to this essay that will also be sent to the Office of Attorney Ethics (OAE) in Trenton together with definitions of words that may, someday, be applied to that agency's activities and deficiencies: "hypocrisy," "mendacity," and "ethics" are among those words. 

Additional copies of this essay with attachments will be mailed to The Washington Post, International Human Rights groups, the Center For Constitutional Rights and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

I will be required to present myself for jury duty in Manhattan on June 15, 2016. 

My jury service will make it difficult for me to continue writing during such time as I am required to be at the courthouse. This may have been a reason for arranging this third jury service experience for me. ("Does Senator Menendez have mafia friends?" and "Senator Bob, the Babe, and the Big Bucks" then "New Jersey's Filth, Failures, and Flaws.") 

I will do my best to continue posting and defending the texts at this blog for as long as I am able to access the Internet from some public computer. 

My home computers have been destroyed by "unknown" computer criminals using government computers located in Trenton, New Jersey. I have 45 minutes per day at NYPL computers to write while subjected to harassments and obstructions. The size of letters in this essay may be altered at any time against my wishes.  

Samantha Marcus, "When it Comes to Fiscal Health, New Jersey is Seriously Ill," The Star-Ledger, June 3, 2016, p. 1. (N.J. fiscal ineptitude has made the Garden State 48th out of 50 states in terms of fiscal "health." The 50th worst place out of 50 states in some accounts. In other words, if New Jersey were a patient at a hospital, the patient would be dead thanks to the efforts of its physicians. Corruption, incompetence, nepotism and rampant child abuse have rendered New Jersey "unlivable." Pollution and cancer at unprecedented levels -- perhaps these phenomena are connected -- have made New Jersey even more of a delight for its residents. "New Jersey is America's Legal Toilet" and "New Jersey is Lucky Luciano's Havana.") 

Matt Arco, "Timponi Sworn in [sic.] as Justice Amid High Praise From Christie," The Star-Ledger, June 3, 2016, p. 3. (Seton Hall University Law School hosted the swearing-in ceremony for Walter "Wally" Timponi, Esq. who received a message of congratulations from "Big Nicky" Sacco and a gentleman identified only as "Clemenza" of North Bergen. "North Bergen, New Jersey is the Home of La Cosa Nostra" and "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.") 

Marissa Iati, "Kean's Purchase of $250,000 Table Sparks Backlash," The Star-Ledger, June 3, 2016, p. 11. (Kean University -- in the current climate of fiscal crisis -- purchased a $250,000 conference table. I wonder how much of the cost of this table was coming back to school administrators "under the table" as it were?)

AP, "Starr Quits as Baylor Chancellor: Ex-Prosecutor Will Teach at Law School," The Record, June 2, 2016, p. A-4. (Ken Starr, accused of protecting football players in a sex scandal, is removed as Chancellor of Baylor University and can no longer practice law, but he will be teaching at the law school affiliated with that university. Perhaps Professor Starr will explain the separation of politics from law or legal ethics to students as well as prosecutors' obligation to avoid overzealousness in the interests of justice.)

Joe Malinconico, "Officials Move to Fire Elementary Teacher: She's Accused of Helping Students Cheat," The Record, June 2, 2016, p. L-1. (Michelle Gates is among dozens of N.J. teachers accused of helping students cheat to improve her school's ratings. The culture of corruption in New Jersey is so pervasive that many teachers see nothing wrong with doing whatever you have to do in order to be "successful" professionally. "Everybody does it!" Maria Martinez? "Nice Babies and Bad Psychologists.")

S.P. Sullivan, "Bill Seeks to Oust Mob From Recycling Business," The Star-Ledger, June 1, 2016, p. 7. (Walter Timponi is against any law "unfairly targeting Italian-American organized crime." "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics" and "More Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.")

Adam Clark, "Many Degrees of Celebration," The Star-Ledger, June 1, 2016, p. 1. (Andrew Christie, mysteriously admitted and graduated from Princeton University, will be attending Seton Hall University Law School -- the N.J. Governor's and my shared alma mater -- where the young Mr. Christie can only do better than his dad, Christopher Christie, known affectionately as "Mr. Gentleman C.")

Tom Haydon, "Trio Ran Prostitution Ring With Teen Girls, Authorities Say," The Star-Ledger, June 1, 2016, p. 15. (Diana Lisa Riccioli may have been among those "running" the operation and Bob Menendez was no doubt among the clients of the business. How about "Little Debbie" Poritz? "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "New Jersey Welcomes Child Molesters.")

Mark Mueller, "Priest Charged With Sex Assault of a 15-Year-Old Boy," The Star-Ledger, May 26, 2016, p. 1. (A Bob Menendez supporter and former priest Manuel Gallo Espinoza, 52, fled to his native Ecuador in 2003 after a sexual relationship with a teenager, but he claims that Bob Menendez and Debbie Poritz share his tastes. "New Jersey is the Home of Child Molesters" and "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?") 

Kibret Marcos, "Ex-PVSC Leader Admits to Misconduct: Had Utility Employees Do Work On Relative's Home," The Record, June 2, 2016, p. L-1. 

"A former supervisor at the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission ADMITTED on Wednesday that he conspired with another supervisor [Paul Bazela] to have employees of the utility do work at his relative's home while on commission time."

Mr. Ardis has been linked to N.J. organized crime families and claims to know Walter Timponi. ("Another Mafia Arrest in New Jersey and Anne Milgram is Clueless" and "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.")

The events surrounding this latest New Jersey corruption scandal -- only one of many corruption and child-prostitution investigations leading to arrests in New Jersey -- serve to underscore the deep-rooted problems with New Jersey's police, prosecutors, courts and government agencies. ("Is Union City, New Jersey Meyer Lansky's Whore House?" and "New Jersey's Political and Supreme Court Whores.")

"Ardis pleaded guilty to one count of third-degree conspiracy to commit official misconduct. [A good deal.] In return, he accepted a probationary term with a maximum of one year in jail [emphasis added] when he is sentenced July 15."   

Mr. Ardis will avoid state prison. If he does time at Passaic County's jail he can expect to enjoy the finest cuisine, allegedly, in any of the state's packed County Jails.

It has been reported in the media that of 7 PVSC former commissioners, 5 have been removed due to ethics scandals or indictments for corruption. This is not bad for New Jersey. ("New Jersey is America's Legal Toilet.") 

Paul Bazela was previously tried together with Mr. Ardis and convicted. After an apeal that resulted in a mandated separation during a new trial, both men have been re-convicted, but Mr. Ardis (because of his "new bite of the apple") will escape the more dire consequences of a criminal conviction for a felony with a plea deal. ("Joe Ferreiro Indicted Again" and "Joe Ferreiro Goes to Prison.")  

There may be a lesson here for Bob Menendez to say nothing of his "good friend" Dr. Melgen. 

The two gentlemen who enjoy holidays in the Dominican Republic will bring their "Twiddle Dee, Twiddle Dum" act to a federal court near you later this year. ("Menendez Charged With Selling His Office" and "Menendez's Croney's Office Raided.")

There will be no severance for Bob and his "bosom pal" Dr. Melgen. ("Bribery in Union City, New Jersey" and "Illegal Payments to Bob Menendez.")

"Bazela pleaded guilty in March to a theft count in a separate indictment charging him with similar allegations that he used commission employees to do personal work. He faces up to 3 years in prison when he is sentenced next month."

I wonder whether these guys know Mayor Joey Torres?

"Another sewerage official Kevin Keogh of Roseland, pleaded guilty in June, 2012 to conspiracy and official misconduct admitting that he, too, used commission employees for personal work."

New federal investigations of other state officials have been initiated (many seem to be close to Bob Menendez), along with another state-wide child-prostitution and -porn organization together with additional allegations of mafia pressure on New Jersey's judiciary.

"A fourth former supervisor Charles Mazza of Totowa, pleaded guilty in May 2012 to similar charges and is awaiting sentencing."


"Panama Papers Point to Tax Evasion," (Editorial) The New York Times, June 7, 2016, p. A20. (" ... Mossack Fonseca, a Panamanian law firm, had helped 14,000 clients worldwide create offshore accounts to conceal assets or dodge taxes. On Monday, a report by The Times [sic.] found that there were at least 2,400 clients based in the United States over the past decade." Is Bob Menendez one of the clients of this law firm whether personally or through third parties and/or corporate entities? Dr. Melgen? What services, if any, were performed by this firm for Mr. Menendez? Have separate accounts and safety deposit boxes been created under corporate or "other" names for assets traceable to the senator by these lawyers? "Illegal Payments to Bob Menendez" and "Senator Bob, the Babe, and the Big Bucks.")

Laura Herzog, "Drivers in New Jersey You Paid $405,611,718 in Traffic Tickets Last Year. How is that money divided up?," The Star-Ledger, May 17, 2016, p. 1. ($7.8 MILLION allegedly assigned to the "automated traffic system fund" cannot be "properly accounted for" and substantial amounts seem to be "missing." Evidently, there are continuing allegations of theft from municipal court funds in several parts of New Jersey, especially from Hudson and Union as well as Bergen Counties. I wonder whether any of these "missing" funds can be traced to accounts created by Mossack, Fonseca, Esqs.? "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State" and "Is Menendez For Sale?")  

Salvador Rizzo, "Affordable Housing Returns to Court: Justices Skeptical of Towns Seeking to Reduce Quotas," The Record, June 7, 2016, p. A-1. (Courts are still dealing with the absurdities of Mt. Laurel and its progeny. Housing for moderate to low income families is not something that can be regulated from the bench in the absence of market and other economic factors being considered by judges who are simply ignorant concerning the relevant industries. "New Jersey Supreme Court's Implosion" and "Christie Rails Against New Jersey's Corrupt Judges.") 

Paul Berger, "New Plea to Keep Names Private: U.S. Attorney Says the Public Has No Right to Co-Conspirator List," The Record, June 7, 2016, p. A-1. (The public in New Jersey is paying $800,000 to $1,000,000 for the legal fees of persons and not being told who these persons are, or what the people are paying for, in violation of legal ethics standards. New Jersey's people certainly do have a right to know who they are being asked to protect and why they should care about these so-called "stumble bums.") 

"Children in Poverty: N.J. Levels Still Higher Than 2010," (Editorial) The Record, June 7, 2016, p. A-8. (New Jersey residents are suffering because of the corruption and resulting THEFT of resources as well as the incompetence in public administration in Trenton. No one seems to care. There is no response to inquiries by citizens' groups and interested citizens. Is this "ethical" government, Mr. Christie?) 

Richard Cowen, "Shelter Gets Access to County List of Referrals: Agency For Battered Women Filed Lawsuit," The Record, June 7, 2016, p. L-1. (Passaic County is charged with depriving charities seeking to protect women in crises of resources in the aftermath of numerous corruption scandals indicating massive waste and/or theft of resources. Joey Torres will still have public employees mowing his lawn, but women's lives may be endangered because they will be deprived of safety and assistance in moments of crisis.)

Peter J. Sampson, "Executive Stole Funds Meant For Needy Kids: Bought Maserati, Mink Coat With $250,000," The Record, June 8, 2016, p. A-3. (In typical N.J. fashion $250,000 was stolen from needy children by Robert E. Mays, Esq., 38, of Jersey City. Is this New Jersey's "ethics," Mr. Rabner? "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?") 

Joe Malinconico, "School Board Rejects Politically Tied Broker: Paterson Trustees Skeptical of No-Bid Contract," The Record, June 8, 2016, p. L-1. (The Paterson School Board voted down a $200,000 no-bid "consulting contract" for a connected firm which will certainly get its contract when it agrees to share more of the fee under the table with local politicians. Mayor Torres is "for" the contract.) 

Kibret Marcos, "Trial Delayed for Ex-Housing Head," The Record, June 8, 2016, p. L-2. (Yet another N.J. official, Darien Allen, is charged with drug and weapons offenses which may have involved use of public housing facilities to store and transport illegal goods and/or weapons. Theft allegations remain uncorroborated.)

Joe Malinconico, "Safety Official Cleared of Criminality in Traffic Stop," The Record, May 17, 2016, p. L-1. ("Ralphie Boy" Rivera is almost off-the-hook for helping a "buddy" during a traffic stop for a small fee perhaps. Is Bob Menendez looking out for you, Ralphie Boy?)  

S.P. Sullivan, "Jury Declines to Indict Trooper Who Shot at Teens as They Fled," The Star-Ledger, June 9, 2016, p. 1. (Grand jury decides that a state trooper can shoot fleeing teenagers if they are African-Americans. It's the Jersey way.)

Claude Brodesser-Akner, "Whitman Rips Christie's Defense of Trump," The Star-Ledger, June 9, 2016, p. 11. (Christie's grovelling and servile defense of Donald J. Trump humiliates New Jersey as well as the state's governor. As Mr. Christie once said: "Donald Trump is totally unqualified for the presidency.")

Tim Darragh, "Doctor Sentenced For Taking Bribes," The Star-Ledger, June 9, 2016, p. 14. (Bret Ostrager, along with more than two dozen more of his colleagues, "accepted bribes from Biodiognostic [sic.] Laboratories in Parsippany, New Jersey," in order to send his patients' bloodwork to that facility. Lawyers and politicians may also have been paid-off by the same laboratory to scam insurance companies.)

Adam Clark & Kelly Heyboer, "N.J. Colleges Reported 84 Rapes in 2014," The Star-Ledger, June 9, 2016, p. 17. (In addition to child abuse records, N.J. is leading the way in rapes among high school and college students. Debbie? Bob? Diana Lisa Riccioli? Alina Fallat? This sounds like your cup of tea. "Marilyn Straus Was Right!" and "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes.")

Jeff Goldman, "Suit Over Racial Slurs is Settled for $37,500," The Star-Ledger, June 9, 2016, p. 20. (Police officers using racial epithets is nothing new in New Jersey. Much the same sort of hate has been heard from judges and prosecutors: "Driving While Black in New Jersey" and "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.")

Kibret Marcos, "Ex-Teacher Faces 5-Year Term: Admits to Sexual Acts With Students at Middlesex Regional Boys," The Record, June 9, 2016, p. L-1. (Linda Hardan, alleged friend of Diana Lisa Riccioli and reputedly a "lesbian," pleaded guilty to engaging in sexual activity with a number of boys. Evidently, many lesbians believe that rapes of men and young boys are permissible for women. "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!")

Jeff Green, "Clifton Council Approves Flying Rainbow Flag for LGBT Pride," The Record, June 9, 2016, p. L-1. (Clifton, New Jersey, hometown of the Ricciolis, "celebrates" gay and lesbian lifestyles. "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison" and "New Jersey Lesbian Sends Nude Photos to Minor.")

Matt Arco, "Half of Jersey Now Dislikes EVERYTHING About Christie: New Poll Has His Approval Rating Plummeting to an All-Time Low," The Star-Ledger, May 25, 2016, p. 25. (Mr. Christie has turned out to be a greater disaster than Jim McGreevey.)

Jim Norman, "Man Accused of Running Drug Mill: Paterson Bust Netted Heroin Worth $25,000, Cops Say," The Record, June 9, 2016, p. L-2. (Allegations that cops and local prosecutors were on the payroll of this organization cannot be confirmed at this time.)

Sue Epstein, "Judge Asks Jurors For Silence On Deliberations," The Star-Ledger, May 17, 2016, p. 4. (Jurors continue to deliberate over the murder accusations against alleged lesbian child-killer Michelle Lodzinski. Protesters complain that holding a lesbian accountable for murder diminishes LGBT rights. Estela De La Cruz may agree on this issue: "New Jersey Lesbian Professor Rapes a Disabled Man.") 

Charlie Savage, "In Declassified Transcripts, Details of C.I.A. Torture," The New York Times, June 16, 2016, p. A6. (A continuing release or horrifying information about the C.I.A.'s own records of torture as a failed policy -- including denials of sanitary facilities to victims! -- indicates the level of malice and cover-ups pertaining to these matters. "C.I.A. Lies and Torture.")

Steve Strunsky, "Judge to Issue Ruling on Fraud Allegations Against Mayor," The Star-Ledger, June 14, 2016, p. 3. (West New York Mayor Felix Roque is accused of fraud and lying while claiming the protection of his self-styled "C.I.A. friends." A Superior Court Judge will determine whether to dismiss the charges against Mr. Roque because he is a good friend of Senator Menendez. Still snorting cocaine, Felix? "New Jersey's Filth, Failures, and Flaws.") 

Jessica Reno, "School Security Guard Denies Sexual Assault of Prep-School Student," The Star-Ledger, June 14, 2016, p. 9. (Lewis Manco, 43, possible Bob Menendez supporter, is charged with second degree sexual assault and third degree endangering the welfare of a student at Elizabeth ELEMENTARY school. The victim, allegedly, is 11 years-old. "New Jersey's Child Abuse Epidemic.") 

Tim Darragh, "Ex-Guard Gets 25 Years for Jail Rape, Cover-Up," The Star-Ledger, June 14, 2016, p. 10. (Judge Esther Salas sentenced Sean Shaw, 42, who raped a female inmate and participated in a cover-up, to 25 years in federal prison. New Jersey authorities failed to take appropriate or any action. "What did you know, Mr. Rabner, and when did you know it?") 

Ben Horowitz, "Ex-Chief Settles Harassment Suit for $65,000," The Star-Ledger, June 14, 2016, p. 18. (Steven Crawford settled his sexual harassment suit against Medham Township for $65,000. Many other such suits are pending in New Jersey Courts against police, prosecutors, and other Garden State officials. "New Jersey is the Home of Child Molesters.")

Peter J. Sampson, "25-Year Term for Sex Assault of Jailed Woman: Guard was alone during blizzard," The Record, June 14, 2016, p. L-1. (A request was made by attorneys that there be no prison sentence because the defendant was a good person and a "Republican" no doubt. What did they do to you, Marilyn Straus? "Marilyn Straus Was Right" and "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison.")

Lindy Washburn, "Doctor in Sex Case Suspends Practice: State Says He Groped Patients, Staffers," The Record, June 14, 2016, p. L-1. (A suburban doctor turned his patients and staff into victims of sexual assault. Debbie Poritz and Bob Menendez may have done worse with no consequences for them: "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "Deborah T. Poritz and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.")

Robert E. Kessler, "DA Spota Under Federal Probe: District Attorney, Key Deputy Investigated in Cover-Up of Burke Assault Case," Newsday, June 11, 2016, p. A2. (DA Thomas Spota and one of his deputies may have participated in the assault of a man and then a cover-up -- LYING? -- of the incident. This is one of seven such matters under investigation. Yet another GOP powerhouse may have participated in a criminal conspiracy. Is Mr. Spota a friend of Ray Kelly? "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.")

S.P. Sullivan, "Tainted Fill Linked to Mob[,] State Says: Investigators Contend Contaminated Waste Was Used to Replenish Beach," The Star-Ledger, May 26, 2016, p. 1. (Contaminated land-fill, including possible medical waste, has been used to fill New Jersey's splendid beaches. Enjoy your Jersey vacation! Did Walter -- "Wally" -- Timponi say it was O.K.? "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.") 

Jonathan D. Salant, "Menendez Calls Trump 'An Unmitigated Disaster,'" The Star-Ledger, May 26, 2016, p. 9. (Menendez is facing an imminent second indictment, but he is worried about Donald Trump while implying that he is a "close collaborator" of Hillary Clinton's campaign. Changing the subject, Bob? "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office.") 

Anthony G. Alterino, "46 Arrested, $2 MILLION Seized in Three-State Gambling Syndicate," The Star-Ledger, May 26, 2016, p. 18. (46 people arrested in three states in connection with a Jersey-based gambling syndicate whose members claim to know Walter "Wally" Timponi. Robert "Elvis" D'Alessio, 62, of Little Falls operated an illegal enterprise around Bergen [and Hudson Counties.]" Investigators are seeking to piece together the contributions and other payments made by gentlemen associated with this "enterprise" to local officials as well as prosecutors and judges in New Jersey. "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics" and "Does Senator Menendez have mafia friends?" then "Illegal Payments to Bob Menendez.")

Ted Sherman, "ELEC Looks to Review Case Against Di Vincenzo," The Star-Ledger, June 2, 2016, p. 1. (The N.J. Election Law Enforcement Commission was forced to abandon a probe of alleged "mob-connected" Walter Timponi pal Joey Di Vincenzo, Esq. The once powerful Essex County Democrat seems to have "misused" -- this is like stealing? -- campaign funds. The OAE does not care about these alleged thefts from what is tantamount to a trust fund because "JoeyD" is connected and knows "Charlie-the-Horse." The OAE is worried about stopping me from writing by sending me moronic letters in 2016 in order to cover-up their own unethical conduct and crimes. "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.")

S.P. Sullivan, "Ex-Officer of Sewerage Commission Admits to Official Misconduct," The Star-Ledger, June 2, 2016, p. 11. (Anthony Ardis still wants to attend the Timponi family gathering for the holidays. "More Mafia Arrests in New Jersey and Anne Milgram is Clueless.")

John C. Ensslin, "Tainted-Soil Probe Eyes 'Dirt Brokers': State Panel Alleges Illegal Dumping," The Record, May 26, 2016, p. A-4. (Frank Gillete is invoking his Fifth Amendment right to silence as he calls in favors in Trenton. In the words of Gilberto Garcia: "It's not what you know, it's who you know." Meanwhile New Jersey's residents can luxuriate on beaches saturated with medical waste and carcinogens.) 

"Smart Gun Laws: Legislators Should Block Christie's Plan," (Editorial) The Record, May 2, 2016, p. A-9. (After the events in Orlando, Florida Mr. Christie's suggestion that more guns will make us safer seems absurd. "Is Christopher Christie 'Mentally Deranged' and a 'Liar'?")

Christopher Maag, "GWB Figures Must be ID'd: Prosecutors Ordered to Name Unindicted Co-Conspirators," The Record, May 11, 2016, p. A-1. (This has still not happened. Name the "behind-the-back" brigade, Mr. Rabner. "An Open Letter to My Torturers in New Jersey, Terry Tuchin and Diana Lisa Riccioli" and "New Jersey's Filth, Failures, and Flaws.")

Stephen K. Medved, "U.S. Political System is Flawed, but Not Corrupt," The Record, May 11, 2016, p. A-9. (You decide based on what you have seen at these blogs whether the system is "corrupt." "So Black and So Blue in Prison" and "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.")

Ted Sherman, "Judge Orders Release of Names: 'Public's Right of Access' Outweighs Privacy Issues," The Star-Ledger, May 11, 2016, p. 1. (It has not happened yet because, as usual, when necessary to protect the right people, the laws of New Jersey become toilet paper to be discarded after use. "New Jersey's Political and Judicial Whores" and "New Jersey's Feces-Covered Supreme Court.")

"'Triple-Dipper' Not Fit for State Parole Board," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, May 11, 2016, p. 16. ("For nearly a year, Gov. Chris Christie has been trying to place a partisan pal [Walter Timponi?] on the state Parole Board, which is where you air drop allies who could use a six-figure patronage job for six years." Ocean County Freeholder Jack Kelly is already pulling down 3 public salaries -- and, potentially, 5 pensions someday -- and this is before the salary as Parole Board Chairman kicks-in. Mr. Kelly is involved in a controversy for fabricating a bogus $115,000 job for a relative already receiving a state police pension. These are the same Republicans, Christie and Kelly, who complain of "Welfare Queens" and point to African-American welfare beneficiaries. Actually, most persons who receive welfare benefits in this country are NOT African-American. Very few poor people are being paid three or four salaries for no-show public jobs even after their deaths in some cases. Most African-Americans I know will be happy to accept $115,000 per year and you can keep welfare payments. Is this the Christie miracle in New Jersey? "New Jersey is the Home of the Living Dead" and "Is Union City New Jersey Meyer Lansky's Whore House?") 

"Christie is Just Not Interested in Governing," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, May 12, 2016, p. 20. (Resign, Mr. Christie.)

Jennifer C. Kerr, "Racial Divide in Schools Persists: 62 Years After Brown v. Board, Problem Deepens," The Record, May 18, 2016, p. A-1. (Racism wins, as usual, in U.S. politics and law. For some reason, the problem seems especially persistent in New Jersey. "Driving While Black in New Jersey.")

Salvador Rizzo, "Budget Office Warns State May Fall $1.1 BILLION Short," The Record, May 18, 2016, p. A-6. (In addition to the shortfall of $1 BILLION -- the number of the shortfall has continued to grow over the past month -- it is anticipated that many millions will be stolen or wasted from the remaining public funds that are available to meet the state's needs. "New Jersey Lawyers' Ethics Farce" and "Cement is Gold.")

Peter J. Sampson, "N.Y. Man, 43, Guilty of Making Child Porn: Convicted of Having Sex With a Minor," The Record, May 18, 2016, p. L-3. (Clifford W. Wares, 43, of Warwick manufactured child porn for national distribution by way of the Internet, allegedly, in New Jersey. Mr. Wares traveled to Passaic County on a regular basis for sex with teens. Remarkably, child-prostitution and -porn remains a thriving industry in the Garden State that continues to receive "protection" from corrupt officials: "Judges Protect Child Molesters in Bayone, New Jersey" and "New Jersey Superior Court Judge is a Child Molester.")

Colin Moynahan, "2 D.E.A. Workers Convicted Over Ownership of New Jersey Strip Club," The New York Times, June 10, 2016, p. A24. (Bergen County officials may have partnered with Glen Clover and David Polos, D.E.A. agents and "associates" in a mob-connected or "mafia-owned" strip club that is now under investigation. Evidently, more than dancing may have been taking place at this establishment and related other premises that served the local police community and legal world. "Protecting Sex Workers.")

Sue Epstein & Ted Sherman, "'Timmy Got Justice': 25 Years After Boy's Death Michelle Lodzinski is Found Guilty of Killing Her Son," The Star-Ledger, May 19, 2016, p. 1. (Alleged lesbian "child-killer" Ms. Lodzinski, now 48, is finally convicted of murder. Will she be incarcerated despite being a lesbian? "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!" and "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison.") 

Samantha Marcus, "Forecast: $1 BILLION Gap in 2016-17 Budget. Reaction: Ho-Hum," The Star-Ledger, May 19, 2016, p. 1. (The so-called "gap" has allegedly grown by June 20, 2016 to an estimated or possible $1.5 BILLION. Again, this is to say nothing of the EXPECTED theft and waste of existing funds. "Senator Bob Loves Xanadu!")

Brent Johnson, "Still No Tax Returns, But Trump Says He's Worth Over $10 Billion," The Star-Ledger, May 18, 2016, p. 3. (It is absurd that Trump has failed or refused to disclose his financial entanglements or personal returns concealing any possible conflicts of interest in seeking higher office. Why is the media, mostly, silent on this issue and so many others?)

Salvador Rizzo, "Fueling the State's $1.1 Billion Shortfall: Christie Considers Charity Care Cuts, Delay in Tax Cuts," The Record, May 19, 2016, p. A-1. (The poor will suffer most because of the governing budget shortfall; the rich will wait a bit longer for their perks and tax cuts.)

Dustin Racioppi, "Latest Christie Travel Bill Comes in at $170,000: Jan. to March Tab Reflects 2016 Bid," The Record, May 19, 2016, p. A-6. (With New Jersey's budget in crisis, Mr. Christie is stiffing the state's taxpayers with his frequent flier tab along with all the perks. This may include trips to Florida to see the Mets train for the season. "Christie Gives a Donor $1 Million of New Jersey Money.")

Kibret Marcos, "Justices Sanction Passaic Judge: Reprimand Him for Improper Remarks," The Record, May 19, 2016, p. L-1. (Superior Court Judge Joseph Portelli called New Jersey legal proceedings "long and boring." He should have pointed out that they are also often "fixed." It is time to stop lying and covering-up the facts in New Jersey as regards my matters. "No More Cover-Ups and Lies, Chief Justice Rabner!" and "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?") 

Ted Sherman, "Lawyer: Stop the Clock On GWB List -- Filing Seeks to Protect Names of Unindicted," The Star-Ledger, May 16, 2016, p. 1. (Attorneys insisted that "within a month" the difficulties could be sorted out and all appropriate names disclosed. This has yet to happen. Louis Brandeis: "Secrecy is the enemy of freedom.")

Kelly Heyboer, "'Ignorance is Not a Virtue,'" The Star-Ledger, May 16, 2016, p. 1. (President Obama directed comments at Mr. Trump's simplistic and, often, racist positions. To quote Mr. Christie: Mr. Trump's "stream of consciousness" rants do not "qualify him to be president of the United States." This obvious truth has been confirmed by Mr. Trump's tirade against Hillary Clinton earlier today June 22, 2016.)

Dave Hutchinson, "Sommerville: N.J. Woman Found Guilty in $15,000 Theft From Home Depot," The Star-Ledger, May 16, 2016, p. 5. (Taking a page from the book of New Jersey politicians, Rodica Grecea, 56, was convicted Thursday of pocketing a total of $15,000 from Home Depot. This is a trivial amount in terms of what is stolen from New Jersey's residents every day by the state's elected officials and others. What kind of example are they setting for the state's residents? "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.")

"Sinking in the Polls, Christie Should Do Us a Favor and Resign," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, May 25, 2016, p. 16. (Christie has become yet another humiliation for New Jersey. Please resign, Mr. Christie.)

Vicky Hyman, "Judge Rules Against Teresa Giudice," The Star-Ledger, May 25, 2016, p. 2. (Another "Teresa" or "Terri" will finally be meeting me in a federal courtroom. A New Jersey judge will reopen the bankruptcy proceedings that landed Teresa Giudice in jail for criminal fraud. Has the OAE committed frauds against me and others?)

Larry Higgs, "P.A. Expects to Include Cash for Big Projects in Revised Capital Plan," The Star-Ledger, May 25, 2016, p. 3. (In the post-David Samson, Esq. era, mysteriously, theft and missing funds at the P.A. seem to have declined as appropriations for facility improvements have finally become possible.)

Steven Strunsky & Brian Donohue, "Two States of Mind: The Cultural Separations of North and South Jersey," The Star-Ledger, June 20, 2016, p. 1. (There are really two states: North and South Jersey. Amazingly, there is far more corruption in the richer North Jersey section of the state. This is hurting residents living south of Trenton.)

Christopher Maag, "'We've dug a huge hole.' Experts Say State's $2 BILLION Plan For Transit Funds Falls Short," The Record, June 20, 2016, p. A-1. ($2 billion is a pittance in terms of the damage that must be repaired in the state's roads, partly because of long neglect, but most observers doubt that there are $2 billion to spend on infrastructure in New Jersey. It is expected that millions will disappear or be misspent from this fund whatever the real amount may be.)

"Blocking Christie: Legislators Won't Loosen Gun Laws," (Editorial) The Record, June 20, 2016, p. A-9. (Mr. Christie's absurd suggestions opposing needed regulations on firearms in the aftermath of the Orlando shootings are shocking to New Jersey residents. Ethics?) 

Paul Berger, "List of GWB Names Blocked AGAIN: Appeals Judge Sets Hearing on IDs of Alleged Co-Conspirators for June," The Record, May 18, 2016, p. L-1. (As of June 22, 2016 no names have been released, but the people of New Jersey are still paying legal fees for these "unidentified co-conspirators." Further postponements are expected. Time to tell the truth, Mr. Rabner.) 

Kibret Marcos, "Professor Prevails in Bias Suit: Jury Awards Her $1.2 Million, With More Possible," The Record, May 19, 2016, p. L-1. (Althea Hylton-Lindsay, Professor at William Paterson College, prevailed in her law suit alleging removal from her position because of race and religion establishing a precedent for New Jersey's now confirmed bias against persons of color in reported case law.) 

William K. Rashbaum & Joseph Goldstein, "3 New York Commanders Arrested on Corruption Charges," The New York Times, June 21, 2016, p. A1. (A Mr. Reichberg, 42, of Borough Park, Brooklyn is charged with corrupting N.Y. police officers and bribery of public officials. The double standards revealed in this scandal are not surprising to many city residents. I wonder if there is a connection to New Jersey's "JONAH" group and America's rabbi? "Terry Tuchin" a.k.a. "David"? "Terry Tuchin, Diana Lisa Riccioli, and New Jersey's Agency of Torture.")

Larry Higgs, "Expect: Gas Under $2 to Stay Until July 4th," The Star-Ledger, June 21, 2016, p. 2. (N.J. may finally raise gas taxes out of desperation due to financial crises resulting from corruption and incompetence. This is the "Christie miracle.")

Matt Arco, "Christie Creates Post to Oversee Cybersecurity," The Star-Ledger, June 21, 2016, p. 13. (The very same government engaging in computer crime against me -- and others -- will create a so-called "cybersecurity" czar. Good luck.)

Samantha Marcus, "Pension Plan Derided as 'Economic Armageddon,'" The Star-Ledger, June 21, 2016, p. 13. (Plans are allegedly being formulated to close the $5 BILLION gap that is now admitted to exist in the pension accounts by no later than 2021 without explaining the cause of the gap nor being specific about how the numbers will add up to the necessary sum when New Jersey's entire budget is running a deficit. I suspect that the "gap" is larger than $5 billion.)

"Heroin in School: Former Teacher Gets Probation, Not Jail," (Editorial) The Record, June 21, 2016, p. A-8. (Not content with the presence of child-porn and sexual abuse of so many children in multiple New Jersey schools, an effort is being made -- often by teachers and other school employees -- to spread heroin and other drugs throughout the system. Ryan Fogerty brought 125 bags of heroin into Cliffside Park High School. However, because he is "connected" to local political bosses, Mr. Fogerty will not spend a single day in jail. What else is new? "So Black and So Blue in Prison.")

Allison Pries, "Heroin-Death Shocker: 'Extremely Exculpatory' Evidence Gets the Worst Charges Tossed," The Record, June 21, 2016, p. L-1. (A Mr. Easton of Paterson faces drug-induced death charges for the demise of Brendon Cole, 22, of Allendale to whom Mr. Easton sold drugs. In addition to these drug-induced death charges or homicide, that may have been dismissed, the remaining possession and distribution charges as well as other charges for the African-American defendant could result in well over 10 years in prison if he is convicted. None of this defendant's so-called "victims" are children. We see the integrity and ethics of New Jersey's legal system in matters involving poor, African-American defendants as opposed to white and politically-connected or more affluent defendants. "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.")  

Peter J. Sampson, "Man Gets 5 Years For Child Porn Collection: Had Photos of Kids at Play in West Milford," The Record, June 21, 2016, p. L-1. (District Judge Esther Salas, alleged lesbian, sentenced Thomas Bachalis, 32, to 5 years in prison below the federal guidelines requirement of 8 to 10 years for his manufacturing, possession, and distribution -- nationwide -- of child porn. Perhaps Bob Menendez and "Little Debbie" Poritz offered character references for Mr. Bachalis? "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "American Psychologists' and Psychology's Acceptance of Torture.") 

Jeff Green, "Former St. Mary's Pastor Accused of Child Sexual Abuse," The Record, June 21, 2016, p. L-3. (Rev. Kevin Downey is charged with new allegations of abuse of a 15-year-old boy. Until now, Mr. Downey seems to have been "protected" in New Jersey. "New Jersey Welcomes Child Molesters" and "New Jersey is the Home of Child Molesters.")

Matt Rourke, "Congressman Convicted  On Racketeering Charges," The Star-Ledger, June 22, 2016, p. 4. (No doubt Bob Menendez offered support and solidarity to the South Jersey powerhouse and Congressperson from Philadelphia, Rep. Chaka Fattah (D), who engaged in a number of corrupt dealings to help himself and his family financially. "Is Menendez For Sale?" and "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office.")

Mary Anne Spoto, "Man Gets 10 Years for Sexual Assault," The Star-Ledger, June 22, 2016, p. 18. (Frederic Whitehead, 45, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for sexual assault of a very young woman. The victim was 6-years-old when the attacks began and they went unpunished for a number of years. "That's the Jersey way," Mr. Whitehead said and added: "some women like it.")

Sallie Graziano, "87-Year-Old Man Gets Probation for Lewdness," The Star-Ledger, June 22, 2016, p. 18. (In a display of commendable optimism, an 87-year-old Lebanon Township man Meroscow Dudiak -- allegedly a Polish-Jewish American and, no doubt, a former member of the bar in New Jersey -- exposed himself to a young woman and was finally sentenced to 2 years probation. "An Open Letter to My Torturers in New Jersey, Terry Tuchin and Diana Lisa Riccioli" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" then "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.")  

"Gov. Christie's Toxic School Plan," (Editorial) The New York Times, Sunday Opinion, June 26, 2016, p. 10. ("This toxic plan does nothing less than pit rich against poor, black against white and city dwellers against suburbanites, and it could well poison state politics for years to come, even if Democrats succeed in fending it off." I concur.)

Dustin Racioppi, "Christie to Name 3 For Superior Court; Filing first step in nomination process," The Record, May 20, 2016, p. A-4. (The same Chris Christie whose divisive, racist, often heartless policies are further damaging New Jersey, will appoint judges reflecting his hateful views to potential life-tenure on the bench. Democrats in Trenton will not "stage" a refusal to vote on Christie's appointments as Republicans in Washington, D.C. have chosen to do with Mr. Obama's current appointee to the Supreme Court. Mr. Christie approves of this tactic when used by his fellow Republicans even as he is outraged at the thought of Democrats in Trenton doing the same in response to his appointees. No hypocrisy?)

Kibret Marcos, "$1 Million More for WPU Professor in Bias Case: Jury Award Follows $1.2 Million for Damages," The Record, May 20, 2016, p. L-1. ($1 million more for punitive damages added to $1.2 million in compensation for racial and religious discrimination against Professor Althea Hylton-Lindsay. The damages awarded will be appealed by the defendant, New Jersey, and they will be reduced by appellate courts. Nevertheless, the good professor will no longer have to teach for a living.) 

S.P. Sullivan, "Porrino, Ex-Chief Counsel, Sworn in [sic.] as Acting A.G.," The Star-Ledger, June 27, 2016, p. 7. ("Wally" Timponi and "Charlie-the-Horse" Centenaro described N.J.'s acting A.G. as a good "capo regime." Mr. Porrino insisted that these two gentlemen "take the canolis." Mr. Porrino has been asked to look into my matter, but he explained that he "can't do nothing." "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.") 

Dustin Racioppi, "Big Suit in School Aid?: Christie Proposes Equal Funding Statewide," The Record, June 22, 2016, p. A-1. (Mr. Christie's proposal will hurt poor people in an effort to circumvent New Jersey's constitutional guarantee of an equal and adequate education for every resident of the state.)

Kibret Marcos, "Woman Says Priest 'Kissed' Her Daughter: Testifies He Went Too Far With the Child," The Record, June 22, 2016, p. L-1. (Bob Menendez supporter Rev. Jose Lopez was "excessively fond" of -- or "fondling" -- a 14-year-old parishioner. I am sure this is O.K. with Senator Bob. "14-Year-Old Girl Goes for $500 in Union City, New Jersey" and "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes." This is also fine with the OAE which has yet to take action against Mr. Menendez for his admitted relations with adult prostitutes? Nor for the senator's receipt of illegal payments?)

Kibret Marcos, "Lab Tech Linked to 11 Other Drug Tests: Prosecutor Alerting Defense Attorneys," The Record, June 22, 2016, p. L-1. (Cops and prosecutors FABRICATING false drug reports, lying and covering-up for one another -- without ethics charges for the attorneys involved because they are prosecutors -- is nothing new. How many others have been injured by John McGill, Esq., "David," and/or the hypnosis-torture brigade in New Jersey is anyone's guess because the cover-up and lying is still taking place in New Jersey. Is this the "example" of professionalism set by New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics? Are these loathsome sleazebag lawyers presuming to judge my character and ethics? Is Anne Rodgers still a lawyer in New Jersey? "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?" then "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.") 

"Christie's Ban On Refugees is Empty Swagger," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, May 20, 2016, p. 14. (The schoolyard bully approach to politics wears thin. Immigration policy is set by the federal government. Machismo and thuggish tactics are not the way to govern anywhere in 2016.)

Alan Feuer, "Judge Calls For End to 'Madness of Mass Incarceration,'" The New York Times, June 24, 2016, p. A22. (Federal District Judge Raymond J. Dearie, unusually for any judge, told the truth about the failure of mass incarceration. The judge spoke of wishing to "scream out in frustration, sadness and anger." I know the feeling your Honor. Failure to prevent this evil makes the judiciary complicit in its illegality and inhumane as well as unconstitutional monstrosity. Millions of lives are being destroyed by mass incarceration. Silence is guilt, New Jersey. "So Black and So Blue in Prison" and "Foucault, Rose, Davis and Meaning(s) of Prison.")

Patrick McGeehan, "New Jersey Senate Passes $15 Minimum Wage; Braces For Veto," The New York Times, June 24, 2016, p. A22. (Mr. Christie will veto the wage increase for the poor even as Christie submits new bills to the taxpayers for his travels and expenses.) 

Hiroko Tabuchi & Jack Ewing, "VW Will Pay $14.7 Billion in Diesel Case," The New York Times, June 28, 2016, p. A1. (VW's executives will not be arrested or have to go to prison for the diesel fraud, nor will lawyers face ethics consequences for assisting in the cover-up for years and being aware of the fraud as well as the dangers this posed to the public. VW will pay $14.5 BILLION in fines, through the corporation, suggesting that stockholders and customers will share this burden. "So Black and So Blue in Prison" and "Justice For Mumia Abu-Jamal.")

Eric Lipton & Benjamin Weiser, "Decision Complicates Corruption Cases Against Officials From New York to Illinois," The New York Times, June 28, 2016, p. 14. (The U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision overturning the conviction of former Gov. Bob McDonnell of Virginia will be used by other officials -- including Mr. Silver and Mr. Skelos as well as Joe Ferreiro and Bob Menendez -- who are unlikely to benefit from the result. In the words of New York's U.S. Attorney echoed by members of the federal courts: " ... the official actions that led to the convictions of Sheldon Silver and Dean Skelos" -- and that apply to Bob Menendez and Joe Ferreiro as well -- "fall squarely within the definition set forth by the Supreme Court today.")

Herb Jackson, "Justices Put Rein on Corruption Probes: Impact on Menendez or Ferreiro Cases Unclear," The Record, June 28, 2016, p. A-1. (I doubt the decision will help Senator Menendez because the U.S. Attorney and Attorney General have evidence that the "senator made a decision or took an action to benefit the briber, or tried to influence someone with the power to act in a matter ..." [emphasis added!] which is the Supreme Court's new test for criminal corruption by a public official. This is a matter to be decided by a jury that will be likely to convict in the Menendez case. Conviction is especially likely if there is a SECOND indictment against Mr. Menendez: "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office" and "Menendez and Samson Face New Troubles.")  

Peter J. Sampson, "Online Pedophile Sentenced to Life: 'Parent's Worst Nightmare' Victimized 2 W. Milford Girls," The Record, June 28, 2016, p. L-1. (Clifford W. Wares, 43, lunged after one of his victims and spat blood at her. This was after the victim's impact statement that had devastating effect. These are highly "unethical" actions by Mr. Wares. New Jersey remains the primary child abuse jurisdiction in America. "Another Child-Abuse Scandal in New Jersey.") 

Kibret Marcos, "Man Accused of Sex Assaults on Girl in Paterson: Could Face 20 Years in Prison," The Record, June 28, 2016, p. L-3. (Bob Menendez supporter Francisco Morales, 49, repeatedly sexually molested a girl between the ages of 9 and 13, according to Passaic County prosecutors. "Boys will be boys," Senator Menendez may remind us. "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" and "Senator Bob, the Babe, and the Big Bucks.")

Tim Darragh, "Sex Offender Spits Blood at Victim, Receives Life Term," The Star-Ledger, June 28, 2016, p. 1. (U.S. District Judge Esther Salas imposed a life-sentence upon Clifford Wares who seemed unrepentant about the rapes and other monstrous crimes that are "demeaning to women" for which he is responsible. "New Jersey Lesbian Rapes a Disabled Man" then "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison" and "Marilyn Straus Was Right!") 

Ben Horowitz, "Teacher Fired After Allegations of Touching Disabled Students: Behavior 'Didn't Rise to Criminal Level' Morris County Prosecutor Ruled," The Star-Ledger, June 28, 2016, p. 3. (James Dunely, 63, of Denville "inappropriately touched" two 13-year-old girls. "New Jersey is America's Child Porn Capitol.") 

Jeff Goldman, "Dumont: Officer gets $275,000 in Suit Over Promotion," The Star-Ledger, June 28, 2016, p. 16. (Sgt. Joseph Rizza was passed over for promotion for political reasons due to his union activities. He was awarded $275,000 and, I hope, his well-deserved promotion. Police officers are not the private servants of political bosses and are not supposed to "please" local officials they may have to arrest someday. Their job is to enforce the law and protect the public to the best of their ability. "New Jersey Lawyers' Ethics Farce" and "New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit.")

Caitlin Mata, "Jersey City: Police Arrest Man Following Shooting of 20 Year-Old," The Star-Ledger, June 28, 2016, p. 6. (A 20-year-old man was SHOT IN THE BACK. Senator Menendez's preferred method is to strike at adversaries whose backs are turned to him. I hope and expect that we will all be face-to-face soon in a federal courtroom, Mr. Menendez. "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "Wedding Bells Ring For Menendez" then "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.") 

"Audit Port Authority Pension Scams," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, June 28, 2016, p. 7. (I wonder if these pension scams and theft of overtime funds include architects and legal professionals at the Port Authority abusing the system for personal gain? "Herbert Klitzner, Esq.'s Greed and New Jersey's Hypocrisy.")  

Tim Darragh, "GWB Scandal -- Feds: We Never Got Text Messages Between Christie and His Aide," The Star-Ledger, June 29, 2016, p. 1. ("Federal prosecutors say in a new brief that they never received text messages exchanged between Gov. Chris Christie and an aide during a crucial period before the government began a criminal investigation into the lane closures at the George Washington Bridge." Obstruction of justice, Mr. Christie?)

Jonathan D. Salant, "Corruption Ruling May Benefit Menendez," The Star-Ledger, June 29, 2016, p. 3. (I doubt it: "Menendez's case is different because he took more specific actions than McDonnell, Sloan said. 'He was exercising influence, even under the new McDonnell standard: issue the visa, change the Medicaid [sic.] reimbursement thing." [emphasis added] This may provide additional reasons to prosecute Mr. Menendez. The Justice Department would establish by such a successful prosecution of a sitting senator the parameters of the new corruption law.) 

S.P. Sullivan, "Special Judge to Sort Out Tricky Drug Convictions: An Abundance of Legal Questions Raised Over Alleged Fabricating by Lab Technician," The Star-Ledger, June 29, 2016, p. 13. (Similar to the predicament created by my situation New Jersey now has to figure out how to keep potentially innocent persons behind bars in order to avoid admitting the lies and cover-ups in which New Jersey prosecutors have been complicit even as they were protected by "friendly" judges. Keep lying? Or fess up? So far, like the OAE, they have chosen to continue lying. "No More Cover-Ups and Lies, Chief Justice Rabner!") 

Sallie Graziano, "Official Got $20,000 in Benefits For Working Five Hours Weekly," The Star-Ledger, June 29, 2016, p. 16. (It's not the salaries for no-show part-time jobs, it is the pensions and other benefits that come with these bogus jobs that are the real scams. Pete Kinsella, a member of the Raritan Township Committee, is receiving benefits 10 times greater than his part-time salary. He will probably be entitled to yet another full pension as a result of this nonsense job.)

John C. Ensslin, "Legislature Pushes Tighter Gun Control: Counters Christie's Measures," The Record, June 29, 2016, p. A-4. (Further humiliation in Trenton for Governor Christie and his "pro-gun" stance after Orlando's massacre.)

Kibret Marcos, "Ex-Priest Guilty of Luring Girl: Convicted of Sex Charges Involving 14-Year-Old," The Record, June 29, 2016, p. L-1. ("Jose Lopez, 37, showed no emotion as a jury in state Superior Court in Paterson found him guilty of luring, child endangerment and criminal sexual contact." Bob Menendez engaged in identical conduct during his fateful vacation in the Dominican Republic, but he has not faced charges of any kind for "using" very young prostitutes. Estela De La Cruz has yet to reveal the name she used with Marilyn Straus and other young women in "sexual encounters." "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!") 

Joe Malinconico, "Officer in 9-Year Legal Case Retires: Sex Allegation Against Him Cost City $1.9 MILLION," The Record, June 29, 2016, p. L-1. (Manuel Avila, allegedly, forced a woman in custody into a sexual act leading to litigation against Paterson. He was acquitted of criminal charges because of a lack of proof, but was suspended with pay for a total of 9 years collecting $900,000. He will now receive an additional $85,000 and his pension as well as other benefits. The victim will receive nothing except psychological and physical damage for life. "That's Jersey for ya!")

Peter J. Sampson, "Date Set For Fraud Trial of Lawyer: Englewood Cliffs Woman Accused of Bilking Firms," The Record, June 29, 2016, p. L-3. (Kalia Ravelo, alleged lesbian, is charged with using fictitious companies to defraud two Manhattan law firms -- where she was a partner -- out of $7.8 million. The OAE seems less concerned about this person than about trying to harm me. Diana Lisa Riccioli, "Little Debbie" Poritz, Estela De La Cruz and other "notables" -- like Kim Guardagno -- offered character references for Ms. Ravelo. "Corrupt Law Firms, Senator Bob, and New Jersey Ethics.") 

Jim Norman, "7 Alleged GWB Toll Evaders Arrested: Drivers, Employees Owe $207,000, PA Says," The Record, June 29, 2016, p. L-3. (All of these persons are on the N.J. side of the bridge. Some violators may be affiliated with Garden State officials. Efforts were made to reach Mr. Christie for a comment, but the N.J. governor seems to have "lost his phone.")