Friday, September 01, 2006

Is anybody NOT corrupt in New Jersey?

Ronald Smothers, "City Officials in New Jersey Plead Guilty to Corruption," The New York Times, August 31, 2006, p. B5.
"Trenton: Guilty Plea in Prostitution Ring," The New York Times, August 31, 2006, p. B6.
Haifa Zangana, "The Right to Rule Ourselves," in Not One More Death (London: Verso, 2006), p. 50.

A federal invasion of south Jersey is already leading to arrests of more crooked politicians: "The powerful president of Atlantic City's City Council and former Camden Councilman pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal corruption and bribery charges."

The arrest was the result of a sting operation which is said to be one part of an on-going undercover offensive by the FBI and other federal agencies. There is more to come.

"Craig Calloway, 47, the president of Atlantic City City Council since 2003 and part of a family that has long been involved in politics in the city, pleaded guilty to a single bribery count." (emphasis added)

"In a hearing before Judge Joseph H. Rodriguez of Federal District Court, he said he had taken $36,000 from the contractor over a two-year period. As part of his plea agreement, he said he had accepted the money with the understanding that he would help get the contractor work on one of the city's development projects in the north east section of Atlantic City."

This arrest comes as "federal corruption investigations" -- which are continuing -- "have resulted in indictments of more than two dozen elected and appointed officials in Monmouth and Hudson Counties to the north."

Mr. Calloway has lots of company. Soon he will have more.

"Also pleading guilty was Ali Sloan El, 52, a longtime veteran of Camden politics who resigned his city council post last month ..."

The Camden Machine is feeling the heat, which is increasing daily. As a result, it is likely that the "Machine" (through its friends in the media) will dish out whatever dirt it can find about Senator Menendez or Governor Corzine, hoping that the feds will have to act on it, so as to get rid of potential rivals within the Democratic party. While it is true that Hudson County politicians are far from altruistic humanists, the "guys" from Camden are worse, much worse. New Jersey Democrats may have achieved the impossible: Making Republicans look good.

"No political figures associated with the [Camden] County Democratic machine, led by GEORGE E. NORCROSS III, have [yet] been charged in any federal corruption cases. However, the chairman of [New Jersey's] Senate Budget Committee WAYNE BRYANT, also from Camden County, has been the subject of subpoenas and search warrants in connection with an 'unrelated' federal investigation of his real estate transactions."

"The United States Attorney for New Jersey Christopher J. Christie, speaking of the guilty pleas by Mr. Calloway and Mr. Sloan El, said: 'Unfortunately, this is just more of the same of what we see all over New Jersey, north and south. Public officials sell their offices' " -- I believe the same may be said of the judiciary in New Jersey, since it is the only explanation that I can imagine for the lethargy of judges in response to theft, torture and rape -- " 'lining their pockets and making a mockery of their service to the public.' ..." See http://www.dailyrecord.com/news/peopletowatch/ptw0103.gif (Christopher J. Christie, U.S. Attorney for New Jersey).

Where is the new Attorney General for New Jersey, STUART RABNER? Lobbying for a seat on the Supreme Court? Still not confirmed? Out to lunch with potential future colleagues, ideally, at taxpayers' expense? ("Stuart Rabner and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.")

In the very same issue of the newspaper, it is reported that: "DEMETRIUS LEMOS is the 6th person to admit to a role in a multistate prostitution ring that included "transporting minors to engage in prostitution" and operated in "Atlantic City, Boston, Las Vegas, Miami and New York." (emphasis added) Juveniles are often sexually assaulted, allegedly, while under hypnosis or otherwise impaired. Therapist-torturers lend themselves to such exploitation of persons.

Many young women, especially, are tormented for life by such experiences, then judged harshly by society for the lives they are forced to lead, while those who make it possible for such suffering to occur in the lives of men and women (so-called "therapists") are often, seemingly, "pillars of the community." The feds have decided to fry a few fancy fish and bring down some of those pillars of the community. Keep your eyes open and stay tuned to this channel in the weeks and months ahead. There is a lot more coming. There will be a day of reckoning. ("Terry Tuchin, Diana Lisa Riccioli, and New Jersey's Agency of Torture.")

It is alleged by many observers that New Jersey officials might have been "greased" with a few dollar bills to look the other way as these crimes were committed. Lawyers must have been involved in developing those public deals featuring bribery of politicians, for example, but where is the Office of Attorney Ethics (OAE) of New Jersey? Did no "files come across their desks" pertaining to these disgusting transactions? Are such crimes not "unethical"? I wonder how much cash was paid under the table to New Jersey's distinguished and much painted judges and politicians? Where are they? (See "Even in New Jersey there comes a time when silence is betrayal.")

I cannot post images, but I can provide a link so that you may view and come to your own conclusions about the piercing intellects of New Jersey's judges. http://www.law.upenn.edu/alumni/alumnijournal/spring2005/feature1/images/poritz.jpg

Let us ask New Jersey's Chief Justice DEBORAH T. PORITZ, the person presiding over and responsible for the dismal legal system of that morally and otherwise polluted jurisdiction, which still leads the country in corruption and incompetence among judges and other members of the state bar: Should all sexual assaults -- including those occuring while victims are under hypnosis -- be punished? Are persons not entitled to the truth concerning what has been done to them and by whom it was done? I wonder if Terry and Diana were in on this caper? Did they help with the hypnosis? Is it all "in the family"? How do you live with yourself, Terry? Do you explain to your kids that you're a state torturer? Still go to Synagogue?

Give 'em a call. Communicate your sense of outrage to the folks in Trenton. If you have any information that can help the feds, please call them and join in this effort to eradicate the evil that is destroying New Jersey. ("Deborah T. Poritz and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.")

No justice, no peace. Any more "errors" you want to insert in this essay?

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