Friday, November 13, 2015

N.J.'s Anna Stubblefield, Psychobabble, and Molestation.

December 9, 2015 at 2:08 P.M. A package containing 65 pages of materials was sent via overnight mail today to New York Police Commissioner William J. Bratton, 1 Police Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10038. The tracking number for this package is: EL008914450US.

Delivery is to take place on December 10, 2015, by 12:00 Noon. For further information, please see the "survey" at 

Due to illegal hacks (and other causes) no links can be provided nor images posted at these blogs which constitutes a form of censorship. ("How censorship works in America.")

To ignore crimes committed against some of us in order to protect a wealthy or influential "few" persons from New Jersey undermines America's Constitutional guarantee of due process and equal protection of the laws. 

I also greatly fear that deliberate avoidance by the police of the duty to act in good faith in investigating crimes -- especially public crimes -- enhances the danger for all of us in this city and nation. 

Among the victims in these matters are the people of New York and all users of the NYPL.  

I urge public officials (federal and state) to respond to these matters in a timely fashion. 

As of this date no police, prosecutor, judge or other official has responded to my communications nor to efforts by others to obtain the truth in these matters. ("An Open Letter to Cyrus Vance, Jr., Esq.")

I have retained all originals of the items sent to Mr. Bratton. If necessary, I am able to supply additional copies of any specific items, as needed, if they should be "lost" at any time.  

November 17, 2015 at 1:55 P.M. Yesterday, as I worked at computer number #2, NYPL, Morningside Heights, I found all access to my blogs and google as well as the library's catalogue blocked and a notice appeared on-screen stating: 

"Unable to connect to proxy server. ERR_PROXY_CONNECTION_FAILED."

At the bottom of the printed page, however, is the following item: "data:text/html,chromewbdata."

This suggests that the "notice" came from Google Chrome and that I was on-line. Also there is no "proxy server" at the library. 

These pages and the proof concerning the computer used will be part of the package sent to New York's Police Commissioner William Bratton. I will post the overnight mail receipt number for this package sent to New York's Chief of Police. I do not expect a response from that city official. 

I fear this evidence may be ignored increasing the risks of privacy violation and further computer crime for library users. I hope that a federal official will respond to my communications. 

Mr. Rabner, failures to make amends for the serious harm done to me (and others) further tarnishes or diminishes the shreds of dignity left to your tribunal. 

As you, Mr. Rabner, judge the ethics of your colleagues in N.J.'s legal profession serious and legitimate questions remain unanswered about your possible acceptance of cash from Solomon Dwek; your knowledge of crimes committed against many persons and conflicts of interest for you in this matter; as well as OAE frauds upon your court that remain uncorrected; efforts to protect guilty colleagues, cover-ups, continuing LIES and computer crimes can only undermine your remaining credibility (such as it is), as a jurist, as well as endangering innocent persons inside and outside of New Jersey. ("What did you know, Mr. Rabner, and when did you know it?") 

Please take the necessary actions today, Mr. Rabner, while there is still time to alleviate some of the horrible suffering borne by many persons for which your tribunal is responsible. ("Marilyn Straus Was Right!" and "New Jersey's Judges Disgrace America.")

A list of one hundred sources will be attached to this essay in the days ahead. 

David Engber, "The Facilitator," The New York Times Magazine, October 25, 2015, p. 40. ("N.J. Lesbian Professor Rapes a Disabled Man.") 

Anna Stubblefield's, 41, recent conviction for sexual assault, or molestation, of a severely mentally handicapped young African-American man, D.J., 31 (mental age of 5), is symbolic of much in American culture that seems absurd to observers. ("New Jersey Lawyers' Ethics Farce" and "New Jersey's Politically-Connected lawyers On the Tit.") 

In addition, this sad story reveals, once again, New Jersey's continuing spectacle of corruption and incompetence that devastates many lives as well as denying victims the truth about their sufferings. ("Have you no shame Mr. Rabner?" and "Stuart Rabner and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.")

Each day that the cover-up in my matters continues, Mr. Rabner, is a new form of heinous suffering for many innocent persons and an aggravation of the harm already endured by direct victims. ("Stuart Rabner's Selective Sense of Justice" and "No More Cover-Ups and Lies, Chief Justice Rabner!") 

New Jersey's Supreme Court allowed for the use of hypnosis and drugging of so-called "witnesses" for years -- often unsuspecting persons -- in connection with "alleged" testimony extracted from them and used against persons falsely accused (sometimes even convicted) based on inaccurate statements generated by "suggestions" (or lies) from interrogators. ("Larry Peterson Cleared by DNA" then "New Jersey Supreme Court Finally Ends Testimony by Hypnosis" and "New Jersey's Feces-Covered Supreme Court.")

Confrontation and cross-examination were denied to politically-targeted individuals in violation of the federal and state constitutions. ("An Open Letter to My Torturers in New Jersey, Terry Tuchin and Diana Lisa Riccioli" and "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" then "Justice For Mumia Abu-Jamal.") 

Cover-ups and obfuscations continue to deny victims the truth about their lives in a grotesque effort to shield officials -- like Debbie Poritz -- from criticism and/or liability. ("New Jersey's Political and Supreme Court Whores" and "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.") 

Perhaps the hope is that Ms. Poritz will die before the truth is revealed to the many victims of these atrocities. ("New Jersey's Corrupt Judges" and "New Jersey Supreme Court's Implosion.") 

Parallels between the lives of Ms. Poritz and Ms. Stubblefield are significant and also highly revealing of notorious double-standards in the state's legal system. ("Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism" and "Driving While Black in New Jersey.") 

Anna Stubblefield was employed as a "Professor of Philosophy" at Rutgers University. As someone who has published articles dealing with philosophical issues, I believe that Ms. Stubblefield's self-styled academic "work" (as described and quoted in news articles) is incompetent or meaningless. Worse, her "work" seems to have little to do with philosophy as traditionally understood. This is a view shared by many of her colleagues. ("Colin McGinn's Naughty Book.") 

Much the same may be said of Ms. Poritz's embarrassing "jurisprudence" that is based on visceral disdain for the rights of heterosexual men -- including those of us never accused of a crime -- together with a shocking lack of professional skills as well as hubris, burdening New Jersey with numerous expensive legal catastrophes, such as Mt. Laurel and the Dickensian and never-ending Abbott litigation. ("Deborah T. Poritz and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey" and "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!")

Ms. Stubblefield and Ms. Poritz seem to be defined by a fondness for "political correctness" and "psychobabble" that obscures their unwillingness to engage in serious research, scholarship, or displays of impressive intellectual skills by never offering cogent support for their grandiose, inflated, pompous and unwarranted claims. 

Neither woman -- Ms. Poritz nor Professor Stubblefield -- reasons or writes very well based on the evidence available to readers. Yet they seem to have their admirers and protectors in New Jersey's legal establishment unlike many African-American defendants and alleged "offenders." ("The FBI Wants Assata Shakur.") 

Despite their professed "best intentions," for example, Ms. Poritz and Ms. Stubblefield have proven to be profoundly RACIST in their assumptions about persons based on who they deem to be "worthy" of autonomy (recognized in D.J. through a guardian ad litem) and/or dignity for the members of the non-lesbian factions of the state's population. ("New Jersey Lesbian Sends Nude Photos to Minor.") 

Ms. Stubblefield's actions -- despite her belated and unbelievable protests to the contrary! -- indicate genuine (if unconscious) hostility to D.J., whose humanity is denigrated by Professor Stubblefield as he is transformed into a "laboratory animal" for her little experiments and an object for her "sick fantasies" that have more to do with power than sex. Ms. Stubblefield's claim that there was a romance between herself and D.J. is preposterous and unbelievable. ("Diana's Friend Goes to Prison" and "Behaviorism is Evil.") 

Perhaps it is more accurate to speak of power as sex in this situation for Ms. Stubblefield. ("Terry Tuchin, Diana Lisa Riccioli, and New Jersey's Agency of Torture.")

It is important (and not frequently mentioned for some reason) that Ms. Poritz and Ms. Stubblefield have been rumored to engage in lesbian affairs with underlings and that they have endorsed dubious quasi-intellectual and pseudo-scientific ideologies ("hypnosis" and "facilitated communication") that have resulted in colossal suffering for their much less powerful victims -- ideologies that have been officially discredited even by New Jersey's courts as "non-scientific and fraudulent."

Neither woman has found it necessary to offer so much as an apology for her actions despite their devastating effects, perhaps because their victims are seen as, somehow, less worthy of respect or concern for human rights violations by the New Jersey legal system. 

These "judicial" decisions concerning the absurdity of false "therapies" have usually arrived too late to do much good for persons whose lives are thrown away by "do-good" lunatics in authority spouting drivel worthy of "Dr. Phil." ("Jaynee LaVecchia and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey" then "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State" and "Sybil R. Moses and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.") 

"Facilitated Communication" amounts to manipulating the hand of a severely impaired person placed before a keyboard so as to claim that the victim is responsible for the words appearing on-screen that are actually typed on that keyboard by the "facilitator." ("American Doctors and Torture" and "American Lawyers and Torture.") 

"Hypnosis" in a forensic setting, used against many African-American and Latino victims, who may never know it, amounts to drugging and mesmerizing a victim and then claiming the words uttered by a person in such a state, denied counsel (often victims are physically assaulted as well!), are his or her words for the purposes of obtaining a false conviction or gathering "further information." Such a use of hypnosis constitutes a form of torture. ("Psychological Torture in the American Legal System.") 

The protections afforded to Ms. Poritz and Ms. Stubblefield in New Jersey by the media and legal system may result from the fact that they are "nice Jewish women," no doubt from "wonderful families," or from the notorious double-standard that is always found in the U.S. legal system based on race and class affiliations: 

" ... Anna Stubblefield went on trial for two counts of first-degree aggravated sexual assault, the same charge that would apply to someone who had inflicted severe injury during a rape or participated in a violent gang rape. The state set out to prove that D.J. was incapable of consent to sex or physically helpless to resist it, and that Anna either knew or should have known the same." (p. 68.)

For once a judge and jury in New Jersey got things right.

Facilitated communication -- like forensic hypnosis without consent which is criminal -- "failed N.J.'s test for scientific evidence." (p. 68.) 

Not surprisingly, therefore, despite the efforts of counsel:

"The jury found Anna guilty on both counts. D.J. was incapable of giving his consent [exactly as a person drugged and under hypnosis cannot consent] and Anna's faith in D.J.'s typing -- learned from her mother, sustained through academic conferences, [allegedly] reaffirmed by friends and colleagues -- could not excuse her. In the language of moral philosophy, she was, at best, 'culpably ignorant,' lost in a fog of good intentions." (p. 69.)


Jodi Rudoren & Sewell Chan, "E.U. Move Fans Fear of Boycott Aimed at Israel," The New York Times, November 12, 2015, p. A1. (Events in Paris may INCREASE efforts to sanction Israel for policies in Gaza that are seen by Europe as contributing to the festering hatreds fueling terrorism. "The Audacity of Hope" and "Israel Heightens Gaza Crisis.")

Alan Rappeport, "Philosophers Say a View of Their Skills is Dated: Welders Appreciative of Jobs Ad Issued by Rubio in G.O.P. Debate," The New York Times, November 13, 2015, p. A23. (Marco Rubio may have damaged himself with the now notorious statement that "welders make more money than philosophers and so may be more necessary to society." It turns out that welders make less money than philosophers. The assumption that all value is reducible to monetary rewards is a form of barbarism and stupidity. "Marco Rubio Lies About His Past!")

"Senator Rubio's Stealthy Donors," (Editorial) The New York Times, November 23, 2015, p. A22. ("Until last month, virtually all of the senator's television ads were financed by deep-pocketed donors operating secretly through a tax exempt 'social welfare' organization that claims independence from the senator while blatantly operating as an auxiliary of the Rubio electioneering machine." The group has underwritten $5.5 MILLION in pro-Rubio ads that may run afoul of IRS standards and election laws. The matter is ostensibly under investigation by the Justice Department and IRS. I would not be surprised if South Florida cocaine and prostitution money were pouring into that slush fund. How is your drug dealer brother-in-law, Senator Rubio?) 

Susanne Craig, "Friends or Just Friendly? Corruption Trial Focuses on Silver's Ties to Oncologist," The New York Times, November 12, 2015, p. A27. (Dr. Robert N. Taub, who must be related to Dr. Melgen, engaged in "sweetheart deals" and probable kickbacks to his "good friend" Sheldon Silver, Esq.)

Patrick McGeehan, "Lawyer Says Ex-Allies of Christie Didn't Get Evidence in Lane Closing Cases," The New York Times, November 12, 2015, p. A29. (Mr. Christie continues to withhold -- possibly destroying or altering -- evidence, obstructing as well as, allegedly, LYING about the bridgegate matter. Is this New Jersey's "legal ethics"? "Christopher Christie's Bridge of Sighs.")

Emma G. Fitzimmons, "Development Corporation Will Oversee Hudson Rail Tunnel Project, Officials Say," The New York Times, November 12, 2015, p. A29. (Concerns about possible "inefficiency" and/or "waste" in the potential billion-dollar N.J. project has resulted in a "watchdog" agency monitoring expenditures. I wonder why they do not trust New Jersey? "Cement is Gold" and "Xanadu and You -- Perfect Together!")

Michael R. Gordon & Rusmine Callimaclie, "Kurds Take Back Strategic Road in Iraq From ISIS: Air Support From U.S.," The New York Times, November 13, 2015, p. A1. (These events as well as the killing of "Jihadi John" probably accelerated plans for the Paris attacks that were no doubt originally scheduled for the busier December tourist and holiday season. The U.S. attacks are hurting ISIS and the organization feels compelled to respond by "internationalizing the conflict" as predicted in these blogs.)

Stephanie Clifford, "Man Tied to '78 Lufthansa Robbery Is Acquitted of All Charges," The New York Times, November 13, 2015, p. A1. (Vincent Asaro has been exonerated and may run for office in New Jersey. "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.")

Anne Barnard & Hwadad Saad, "ISIS Claims Responsibility for Blasts That Killed Dozens in Beirut," The New York Times, November 13, 2015, p. A6. (The deaths in Beirut generated very little commentary from the media -- more than a hundred deaths of civilians from "drones" in a single Pakistani incident was also, mostly, ignored -- whereas the related and horrifying shootings in Paris have created a global reaction, rightly, with the probable consequence that ISIS will concentrate on more attacks in Europe and America. Recruits will come from the ranks of the millions who feel humiliated and insulted in the Muslim world. Do all innocent lives matter equally?)

Eric Schmidt, "Pentagon Says It Targeted 'Jihadi John,'" The New York Times, November 13, 2015, p. A8. (The killing of ISIS leaders and bombings of civilian targets by the U.S. and Western powers probably accelerated the time-line for the ISIS attacks in Paris. I do not believe that ISIS acted alone in this matter. I suspect that assistance was provided by "former" Al Qaeda operatives and by unknown intelligence officers from a "foreign" government. Would Mr. Assad wish to provoke attacks against his enemies from Europe by assisting ISIS efforts to strike in Europe by way of "surrogates"? Has the recent attack in Paris made the French air force also Assad's air force? Have the Paris attacks been "good" for Mr. Assad?)

Gaia Panigiani, "15 Are Arrested in Coordinated Antiterrorism Raids Across Europe, Officials Say," The New York Times, November 13, 2015, p. A12. (These were the events LEADING UP TO the attacks in Paris. The units planning the attacks in Paris may have felt pressured -- or feared arrest -- if they did not expedite the operation. Six attacks took place initially. It is possible that seven attacks were planned. Several incidents that were probably not planned may have erupted independently of the more carefully calculated and coordinated operation by ISIS. It may be instructive to "mark" the points of attack on a map of the city of Paris.) 

Michael R. Gordon & Eric Schmidt, "U.S. Steps Up Its Attacks on ISIS-Controlled Oil Fields in Syria," The New York Times, November 13, 2015, p. A13. (The loss of revenue for ISIS has generated efforts to deprive Western powers of wealth. ISIS regularly earns about $40 MILLION per day in oil money. With such resources ISIS will certainly purchase weapons, probably from Western corporations selling arms through subsidiaries. "When we hang the last capitalist," Lenin said, "he will sell us the rope.")

Susanne Craig & Benjamin Wieser, "U.S. Introduces Letter Showing a Potentially Lucrative Deal for Silver," The New York Times, November 13, 2015, p. A27. (Illegal payments, sleazy kickbacks, greasy exploitation of public trust and power for personal gain suggest that Mr. Silver would have been more at home in the Garden State. "Menendez and Samson Face New Troubles.") 

Adam Norsitter & Rick Gladstone, "Paris Terorist Attacks Kill Over 100; France Declares State of Emergency: Series of Shootings and Blasts Apparently Coordinated," The New York Times, November 14, 2015, p. A1. (Hundreds wounded, more than one hundred and twenty persons killed, and much continuing uncertainty surrounding future attacks after the ISIS-inspired "Al Qaeda-like" operations in Paris. The most frightening aspect of these latest incidents is the "coordination" which suggests "cooperation" between ISIS and Al Qaeda as well as among other "hostile powers" and these terrorists where all sides are using one another for their shared goal of maximizing harm to Western societies.) 

Sewell Chan & Kimiaki de Freytas-Temura, "'Jihadi John' Killed in Airstrike on ISIS Stronghold, Pentagon Says," The New York Times, November 14, 2015, p. A6. (Nearly simultaneous killings in Syria and Paris. ISIS promises more attacks in the West and vows to target individuals for assassination.)

Alison Smale & Rick Lyman, "Paris Attack Was the Work of 3 Teams, An 'Act of War' by ISIS, France Asserts -- Brand New Fright as Europe Strains With Migrant Tide," The New York Times, November 15, 2015, p. A1. (Persons fleeing ISIS violence are in danger of being blamed for this same violence. President Obama is correct to indicate that America must help with this human crisis. The troubles in the Middle East will produce 10 million persons arriving at Europe's door within the next few years unless there is a solution soon. Will it be the same Paris and Europe with the increasing loss of civil liberties and diminution in the quality of cultural life?)

Ted Sherman, "Attorney: Wildstein Stole Boss' [sic.] Hard Drive," The Star-Ledger, November 12, 2015, p. 1. (David Wildstein, Esq. and Bill Baroni, Esq. may have stolen confidential hard drives or been aware of the thefts and LIED about it in the GWB crisis. No problem, OAE? "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption" then "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.")

S.P. Sullivan, "Top Cop Subject of 'Scurrilous' Allegations," The Star-Ledger, November 12, 2015, p. 1. (The Superintendent of N.J.'s State Police, Col. Rick Fuentes -- any relation to "Marissa Fuentes"? -- alleged an anonymous behind-the-back smear campaign against him that seems very familiar to me. Diana Lisa Riccioli? Gilberto Garcia? Edgar Navarete? Mary Anne Kriko? Alexandra Ramirez? Maria Martinez? This seems like the sort of thing you people are good at. Slanders of me will have to be repeated to my face. "Organized Crime Group in New Jersey's State Police.") 

Jonathan D. Salant, "Poll: Most Voters Want Menendez to Resign," The Star-Ledger, November 12, 2015, p. 2. (Most New Jersey residents are disgusted by Menendez's alleged crimes and years of "business as usual." The people of N.J. are far from shocked by accusations of theft and bribery against Mr. Menendez. How is Mr. Bigica, Bob? "Does Senator Menendez have mafia friends?" and "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" then "Crooked Broker Paid Off Menendez!" and "Bribery in Union City New Jersey.")

Shawn Boburg, "Hard Drive a Clue to GWB Defense: Lawyer Focuses On Files Wildstein Gave Feds," The Record, November 12, 2015, p. 1. (The OAE is worried that files pertaining to me revealing their many crimes have been stolen and/or duplicated long ago. Perhaps "other countries" know more than the OAE does about Trenton's so-called "legal" proceedings and Senator Bob's many "sins"? "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption" and "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office.") 

Charles Stile, "Christie Among the Loudest Voices as Campaign Struggles," The Record, November 18, 2015, p. 1. (Christie hovers between 2% in the lowest poll to 6% in the highest poll favoring him. The negatives, however, are getting stronger. Mr. Christie is lowest of all candidates among Republicans in New Jersey. "Is Christopher Christie 'Mentally Deranged' and a 'Liar'?")

Nicholas Pugliese, "Edgewater Developer Settles Deal," The Record, November 18, 2015, p. 1. (FRED DAIBES, a developer with alleged underworld affiliations in New Jersey -- who is said to be "connected" to Bob Menendez -- received a more lenient penalty for a SECOND offense resulting from his Edgewater restaurant's being struck by what is known as "Jewish lightning" in the neighborhood. "Mr. Daibes" -- real name "Bob Menendez"? -- is rumored to be one of my readers. The proposed penalty of $958,588 is $1 MILLION less than the fine imposed in December, 2011 for an identical offense. I wonder why that is? "Bribery in Union City, New Jersey.")

Andrew Wyrich, "Jobless Benefits Fraud Alleged: Paterson Woman Among 9 Indicted," The Record, November 18, 2015, p. L-2. (Scam targeting jobless benefits or disability rights while recipients are working elsewhere -- or secretly -- are just dandy? Right, Maria Martinez? Did Gilberto Garcia have things to say about me, Maria, and did Mr. Garcia tell you "everybody does it"? Were you providing information to Mr. Garcia? Or Mr. McGill? "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.")

Joe Malinconico, "Teacher Resigns Amid Test Scandal: Accused of Helping Paterson Student Cheat," The Record, November 18, 2015, p. L-1. (Banmazi Banerjee, a teacher in Paterson, explained that you have to "go along to get along.")

Michael Schwirtz, "City Agrees to Settle Suits Over Deaths of 2 Rikers Inmates for $5.3 Million," The New York Times, November 18, 2015, p. A22. (Perhaps New Jersey should settle my matters. "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")

Benjamin Weiser & Susanne Craig, "Silver, on Tapes, Discusses How He Disclosed Income," The New York Times, November 18, 2015, p. A24. (Mr. Silver's recordings indicate that he was LYING to reporters and to the government about how he was declaring income derived from likely conflicts of interest. I wonder how Mr. Rabner disclosed funds received from Solomon Dwek? "Senator Bob, the Babe, and the Big Bucks.")

Michael Wilson, "Psychic Admits Taking Over $551,000 From Lovelorn Man," The New York Times, November 18, 2015, p. A25. (Priscilla Kelly Demarco, 26, alleged former sex worker and "psychic" -- who is similar to Diana Lisa Riccioli in her methods -- defrauded a victim of more than half-a-million dollars. Did Ms. Kelly claim to be a "therapist" at the behest of Debbie Poritz? "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison.") 

Mathew Goldstein, "Harsh Spotlight on Vance: Recent Setbacks have led to second-guessing of the Manhattan District Attorney's office," The New York Times, November 18, 2015, p. B1. (Speculation concerning Mr. Vance's political loyalties continue to mount. I have yet to receive a response to my open letters to Mr. Vance. Did Mr. Menendez request a favor from Mr. Vance? "An Open Letter to Cyrus Vance, Jr., Esq.")  

Alexander Burns, "Law-and-Order Stance Lets Christie Sidestep Bridge Scandal in '16 Race," The New York Times, November 17, 2015, p. A18. (Mr. Christie is a law-and-order candidate -- except with regard to his own actions. This "position" permits the New Jersey governor to change the subject from "Bridgegate" to the conduct of "others." The governor's alleged "lies" concerning the Exxon matter are ignored.)

Benjamin Wieser & Susanne Craig, "Lobbyist Recalls His Unease at Firm's Payments to Silver," The New York Times, November 17, 2015, p. A19. (" ... Mr. Silver received payments from a law firm to which Mr. Silver had allegedly pushed Glenwood to refer some of its business ..." The same firm was kicking back referral fees to Mr. Silver.) 

David Jolly, Jack Ewing and Doreen Carvajal, "The Hidden Costs of Terror," The New York Times, Business Day, November 17, 2015, p. B1. (Billions of dollars will be lost to the French economy when all is said and done as a result of these attacks by ISIS. More worrisome is the loss of freedom and quality of life in a city legendary for both of those things along with the civilization that they alone make possible.)

Dan Ivers, "Sheriff's Supervisor Accused of Sex Assault," The Star-Ledger, November 17, 2015, p. 5. (James Pitts was arrested Friday at his home in Montclair, New Jersey. Allegedly, the victim was a 12-year-old girl: "Neil M. Cohen, Esq. and Conduct Unbecoming to the Legislature in New Jersey.")

Rob Spahr, "Day Care Owner Jailed for Bilking School Board," The Star-Ledger, November 17, 2015, p. 16. (N.J.'s "culture of corruption" is so pervasive that it is taken for normal. Silvia Brodrick, 59, scammed the the Asbury Park Board of Education out of $40,000 through fraudulent contracts.)

Samnatha Marcus, "Trenton: Former Choir Director Jailed for Child Porn," The Star-Ledger, November 17, 2015, p. 16. (Arthur N. Ernst III, former music teacher at Ocean Township High School, pleaded guilty in June to MANUFACTURING child pornography, impairing or debauching the morals of a child under 16, and promoting obscene materials to a person under 18. The "materials" were warehoused and have been seized by police. This person is only one of numerous defendants in child abuse cases and in the child porn industry recently apprehended in New Jersey. Most of these persons are teachers, police officers, lawyers and judges. "New Jersey is the Home of Child Molesters" and "New Jersey Welcomes Child Molesters.")

William K. Rashbaum, "At Trial, Prosecutors to Detail Senator's Favors for His Son," The New York Times, November 16, 2015, p. A16. (Nepotism, graft and other corruptions of officials are normal in Trenton, but still shocking in Albany. Does "Manohla Dargis" belong to you, Mr. Menendez? "George Johnson"? "Menendez Blames Castro For His Prostitution Habit" and "Wedding Bells Ring For Menendez.")

Susan K. Livio, "GOP Allies Deny Christie," The Star-Ledger, October 23, 2015, p. 1. (Mr. Christie's veto on gun-control was defeated by the state Senate in Trenton. Republicans turned on Mr. Christie whose popularity is at an all-time low in his home state.) 

S.P. Sullivan, "Trio Ordered to Pay $14 MILLION for Swindling 73 Seniors," The Star-Ledger, October 23, 2015, p. 1. (With the assistance of some of the finest law firms in New Jersey "three men -- Michael William Kwosnick, Joseph Michael Schifano and Daniel Francis McCorry -- sold fraudulent three-year notes to 73 elderly investors ..." "New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit" and "Corrupt Law Firms, Senator Bob, and New Jersey Ethics.")

"Lawmakers Right to Hold Hearings on this Pair of Jersey Debacles," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, October 23, 2015, p. 14. (" ... a governor who spends 60 percent of the year out of state -- just to win support from 1% of the electorate -- considers state legislative hearings a poor use of government time." The disappearing money at the New Jersey lottery which is $200 to $480 MILLION -- depending on who you ask! -- short of of its target after selling $3 BILLION worth of tickets to the public, for some reason, does not seem to concern the governor. The New Jersey National Guard's alleged racism and cronyism also does not worry Mr. Christie. What a great president this governor will make.) 

Vernal Coleman, "Newark: Montclair State Student Charged in Sexual Assault," The Star-Ledger, October 23, 2015, p. 16. (Charles Jones, 20, was accused of assaulting a 19-year-old woman. Mr. Jones is a government major, allegedly, who was thinking of going to law school. He would fit right in to New Jersey's legal profession. Right, Estela De La Cruz? "Marilyn Straus Was Right!")

Greg Moran, "Immigration Official Accused of Gross Sexual Misconduct," The Star-Ledger, October 21, 2015, p. 2. ("Your U.S. visa application has been approved!" This official said after buttoning his trousers. These are your tax dollars in New Jersey "hard" at work as it were.) 

Nicholas Pugliese, "Therapist Accused of Child Porn: Allegedly, Put Ex-Patient in Videos, Photos," The Record, November 12, 2015, p. L-1. (Bergenfield "therapist" -- Diana Lisa Riccioli claimed to be a "therapist" only with Ms. Poritz's permission -- Eliot Halberstam, 38, arrested pursuant to a 15-page and highly graphic indictment for using a 16-year-old former patient as a performer in grotesque child pornography videos. "New Jersey Rabbi Arrested For Child Porn.")

Brent Johnson, "N.J. GOP Losses Bad For Christie," The Star-Ledger, November 5, 2015, p. 1. (A poor showing by Republicans on election day could hurt Christie's diminishing chances to be your next president. Christie's comment to New Jersey voters: "You're idiots!" The governor may be right since New Jersey's voters elected him.)

Tom Hayden, "Vendor Set to Serve Time in Bribery Scheme," The Star-Ledger, November 5, 2015, p. 8. ("After cooperating with authorities, Frank Vincense, is sentenced to 18 months" for a scam in Union County. Mr. Vincense explained that bribing officials, judges, cops is "business as usual" in New Jersey. "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.") 

Dave Hutchinson, "Suspension is Upheld for Lewd Teacher," The Star-Ledger, November 5, 2015, p. 9. (A math teacher sent nude photos of himself to a  minor -- possibly, on a school district laptop -- but objected to the state's presumption in seeking his immediate suspension: "Neil M. Cohen, Esq.  and Conduct Unbecoming to the Legislature in New Jersey" and "New Jersey Lesbian Sends Nude Photos to Minor.")

Bill Wichert, "Attorney: Cops Forced Witness to Identify Man as Shooter in IHOP Killing," The Record, November 5, 2015, p. 20. (Detectives lying and manipulating witnesses sounds like the OAE's normal procedure. Is Mr. Rabner protecting the OAE from further humiliation? "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")

Matt Arco, "Christie Won't be in the Main Debate," The Star-Ledger, November 6, 2015, p. 1. (Christie is back to the "kiddie table.")

Brian Amaral, "Ex-Police Commander Charged With Theft," The Star-Ledger, November 6, 2015, p. 4. (Edison police commander has been charged with theft after illegally collecting $43,000 in sick leave pay while working as the head of security at the Menlo Park mall. Gee, Maria Martinez got away with it.) 

Ted Sherman, "N.J. Attorney Indicted in Alleged $7.8 MILLION Scheme Using Sham Companies," The Star-Ledger, November 6, 2015, p. 13. (Keila Ravelo, Esq. -- friend of Debbie Poritz? -- was arrested for conspiring to commit wire fraud and is now indicted for a second time on charges of tax evasion and using false billing to funnel $7.8 MILLION in illicit earnings to private accounts. Member of the ethics committee? Will Senator Bob face a second indictment that may bring even worse accusations? Stay tuned to this channel for further updates. "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office.")

Bill Wichert, "Teacher Wants Abuse Charges Dropped," The Star-Ledger, November 6, 2015 p. 17. (Nicole Default has filed a motion to dismiss her indictment claiming the 6 male children she molested were her "good friends," like Dr. Melgen for Mr. Menendez. "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes.") 

Dustin Racioppi, "Advocacy Group Faults N.J. Integrity: Says GWB Scandal and Lax Ethics Led to State Receiving a D Grade," The Record, November 9, 2015, p. A-1. (" ... N.J. continues to decline in competence and ethical performance of government and courts," as new accusations of child-porn and -prostitution that is, allegedly, protected by officials arise and few efforts are made to cope with the state's many crises. "New Jersey's Political and Supreme Court Whores" and "New Jersey's Feces-Covered Supreme Court.")   

Shawn Boburg, "More Hints of GWB Defense Strategy; Clients are scapegoats in overreaching federal case, lawyers may argue," The Record, November 28, 2015, p. A-1. (Lawyers for Baroni and Kelly will argue that the federal government "overreached" by its concern that hundreds of thousands of N.J. residents' lives were endangered because of clogging the GW bridge as an act of illegal political revenge -- probably with the "idiotic" or tacit approval of Mr. Christie! -- and this clear abuse of authority as well as violation of the people's civil rights is also held by the feds to be criminal. The U.S. Attorney will win the argument on this issue of whether the government should be concerned about such misconduct.)

Adam Clark, Anna Merriman, & Christina Rojas, "Kean University Twitter Threat,"  The Star-Ledger, November 19, 2015, p. 1. (Online death threats against African-American students, harsh menace accompany protests in support of the students at the University of Missouri.)

Samantha Marcus, "State Pension Investment Plans to Disclose Files," The Star-Ledger, November 9, 2015, p. 9. (Disclosure of "fees" paid from pension funds will be revealing of the "costs" leading to the vanishing funds from the same pension accounts. The missing money may be in the MILLIONS.)

Steve Novack, "Former Sheriff Accused of Child Sexual Abuse Dies," The Star-Ledger, November 19, 2015, p. 21. (Edward Bullock, former Warren County Sheriff -- who was accused of child sexual abuse -- had the decency to die in order to spare the taxpayers the great expense of a trial. Mr. Rabner, is this your hope for "Little Debbie" Poritz?) 

"Departure: Rudderless N.J. Transit Taking a Toll," (Editorial) The Record, November 19, 2015, p. A-12. (N.J. Transit's DISASTER of waste and mismanagement is drawing federal attention, finally.)

Maria Villeneuve, "Mahwah Facing $20 MILLION Death Suit: Status of Porn Accusation Killed Chief, Estate Says," The Record, November 19, 2015, p. L-1. (Ed Spindler used taxpayer-provided computers to accumulate and disseminate child-porn, just like Neil M. Cohen, Esq. These are your tax dollars at work, New Jersey. Is this "ethical" government action, Mr. Christie? Mr. Rabner? "Judges in Bayonne, New Jersey Protect Child Molesters" and "New Jersey Superior Court Judge is a Child Molester.")

Matt Arco, "Christie's 2016 Bid Losing N.J. GOP Support, Poll Shows," The Star-Ledger, November 20, 2015, p. 2. (Mr. Christie is seen as a political "thug" by primary voters. He will find it difficult to reach the White House. "America's Banana Republicans.")

Ben Horrowitz, "Judge Won't Drop Teacher's Charges," The Star-Ledger, November 20, 2015, p. 9. (Nicole McDonough charged with having sex with 3 students who were under 18 years-of-age at the time of the incidents. Diana Lisa Riccioli and Estela De La Cruz, to say nothing of Lourdes Santiago and Nydia Hernandez, will vouch for Ms. McDonough, I am sure, but none of these fine ladies will speak to me of Marilyn Straus. "Marilyn Straus Was Right!" and "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison.")

Steven Strunskey, "P.A. Chief is Stepping Down After Being Passed Over for CEO Job," The Star-Ledger, November 20, 2015, p. 12. (Patrick Foy will not be the new CEO at the P.A. in the post-Samson era because he is insufficiently corrupt. "More Mafia Influence at the Port Authority.")

Noah Cohen, "Arrest in Child Abuse Case," The Star-Ledger, November 20, 2015, p. 20. (Elmar Armando Tomas-Amira, 37, was charged for sexual contacts with a 7-year-old girl. Mr. Tomas-Amira is rumored to have received government contracts and/or employment. I wonder if this "ethical" gentleman is a Bob Menendez "supporter" who prefers to make cash contributions. "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office" and "Menendez Blames Castro For His Prostitution Habit!") 

Brian Amaral, "Hospital Worker Charged in Sex Assault," The Star-ledger, November 20, 2015, p. 20. (Richard Smith, 40, engaged in sexual assault of an incapacitated -- meaning "unconscious" -- 25-year-old woman. Alina Fallat? Oneida Duran? Diana Lisa Riccioli? This sounds like your style of sexual exploitation. What did you do to Marilyn Straus, ladies? "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love Fest!" and "New Jersey Lesbian Sends Nude Photos to Minor.")

"Crimes Against New York," (Editorial) The Daily News, November 2, 2015, p. 24. ("Amid seemingly overwhelming evidence of greed-driven abuses of power by Sheldon Silver[,Esq.,] the former Assembly Speaker, the former Assembly Speaker's lawyers dropped one pearl of honesty. Hey, this just how business is done in Albany, they suggested." [emphasis added!] Even Mr. Silver's lawyers and The Daily News admit and accept, however, that corruption is far worse in Trenton, New Jersey. "New Jersey is the Home of the Living Dead" and "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.")

Benjamin Wieser & Susanne Craig, "Silver Convicted On All 7 Counts in U.S. Graft Case: Loses Seat in Assembly," The New York Times, December 1, 2015, p. A1. (About one year from now I will read a similar headline concerning Mr. Menendez.) 

Claude Brodesser-Akner, "Christie: Test Welfare Recipients," The Star-Ledger, October 20, 2015, p. 1. (Governor Christie favors testing welfare recipients for drug use, but not his rich friends receiving tax breaks and perks. Will Mr. Mastro be tested for drugs after billing $7.5 million for his whitewash report? "Christie Takes Care of His Law Partners" and "Christie Gives a Donor $1 Million of New Jersey Money.")

Karen Shea, "Authorities Investigating Sex Assault Case at Rider," The Star-Ledger, October 20, 2015, p. 16. (Rider college and several other New Jersey state campuses are experiencing a "wave" of sexual assault allegations.)

AP, "Midland Park Priest Steps Aside Amid Probe," The Star-Ledger, October 15, 2015, p. 6. (Rev. Alex Orozco, good friend of Senator Menendez, is "under investigation for accepting $250,000 in cash gifts from elderly parishioners." Was any of this money "contributed" to Mr. Menendez's "campaign funds"?) 

Mary Jo Layton, "Therapist Accused of Misconduct Will Suspend Practice," The Record, October 15, 2015, p. L-1. (Close friend of alleged fellow "therapist" Diana Lisa Riccioli, Dr. Theodore F. Draper, agreed to suspend his practice after admitting a sexual relationship with a victim/patient suffering from bipolar disorder who may have been subjected to hypnosis and/or drugging. Did Mr. Draper visit my sites? "Marilyn Straus Was Right!")

Paul Mulshine, "A Sober-Minded Assessment of Chris Christie's Craziness," The Star-Ledger, October 15, 2015, p. 2. (Will Mr. Christie require additional drug tests for new wealthy contributors in New Hampshire?)

Myles Ma, "Teen Alleges Assault by Relative," The Star-Ledger, October 15, 2015, p. 16. (A 14-year-old girl was assaulted in her bedroom as she slept. Leonel Asensio, 24, alleged Bob Menendez loyalist, has been charged with aggravated sexual contact. "New Jersey Welcomes Child Molesters!")

Alex Napoliello, "Contractor is Charged in Alleged Sandy Scam," The Star-Ledger, October 15, 2015, p. 16. (Yet another example of contractors scamming Sandy funds and performing no work while sharing, allegedly, their ill-gotten gains with local politicians. Gregory Montgomery, 36, bilked homeowners out of $100,000 in "fees." Mr. Mastro?)

Jonathan D. Salant, "FEMA Wasted $3 Million on Sandy N.J. Field Office, Audit Finds," The Star-Ledger, September 1, 2015, p. 7. (In December, 2015 MORE losses and disappearing funds are emerging from the "mishandling" of Sandy aid. Mr. Christie is responsible for the waste of federal funds that have never reached their intended destination.)

"Thomas J. Bitar, Esq." (Obituary) The Star-Ledger, September 1, 2015, p. 17. (Deceased alleged "bag man" for Morris County politicians, Mr. Bitar, continues to draw a public salary, also allegedly, in New Jersey: "New Jersey is the Home of the Living Dead" then "Book Chats and 'Chits'" and "Dormi Bene: Gore Vidal.")

Tom Haydon, "Title Company Owner Pleads Guilty to Theft," The Star-Ledger, September 1, 2015, p. 17. (Robert M. Scaia, Esq., 50, was charged for theft of $7.7 million. Mr. Scaia may have served on the ethics committee. Is he related to a certain Supreme Court justice? Or did the media get his name wrong?)  

Adam Liptak, "Roberts on the Court's Changing Face (Beards Optional)," The New York Times, November 24, 2015, p. A17. (Mr. Roberts visits N.Y., perhaps to deal with pressing matters in New Jersey and elsewhere. "Chief Justice John Roberts and the Decline of the U.S. Supreme Court.")

Stephanie Clifford, "Lawyers Battle Over Conduct in Murder Case From 2003," The New York Times, November 24, 2015, p. A21. (Allegations that Prosecutor Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi failed to disclose exculpatory material to the defense leading to false convictions will result in disbarment and possible indictment. Anne Rodgers? Mr. McGill? "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption" then "An Open Letter to Cyrus Vance, Jr., Esq.")

Brandon Buskey, "Prosecuting the Prosecutors," (Op-Ed) The New York Times, November 27, 2015, p. A31. ("Abusive judges and district attorneys should face criminal charges." Please see: "Larry Peterson Cleared by DNA" and "Justice For Mumia Abu-Jamal.")

"Women Behind Bars," (Editorial) The New York Times, November 30, 2015, p. A22. (Nearly 1/3 of ALL "female" prisoners in the entire world are in the U.S. There were 15,000 women incarcerated in 1980; 266,000 women today are found in U.S. prisons and jails. Some claim the numbers will climb to 500,000 women imprisoned by 2017. Drugs, theft, and prostitution offenses account for nearly all women inmates. Murders committed by women are usually related to these primal offenses. In a majority of instances women offenders are acting under "pressures" that render their decisions far less than fully voluntary and, often, women receive inadequate legal representation in terms of asserting valid defenses. Reform is desperately needed: 90% of women inmates may be returned to the community without posing a significant danger to society. "Abuse and Exploitation of Women in New Jersey" and "Not One More Victim.") 

Liz Robbins, "Syrian Family of 7 Settled in New Jersey Against Christie's Opposition," The New York Times, December 1, 2015, p. A23. (Mr. Christie opposes any Syrian refugees -- including professionals or others fleeing oppression -- from entering the state of New Jersey, regardless of the foreign policy of the American president, who is the only official entrusted by the Constitution with the formulation of foreign policy that includes immigration and asylum decisions. How did you do in Constitutional law, Chris?)

"Mr. Silver's Albany, Guilty On All Counts," (Editorial) The New York Times, December 1, 2015, p. A26. (The corruption, mutual back-scratching, and cover-ups is far worse in Trenton that is now regarded as the most corrupt state capitol in the nation. "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State" and "New Jersey's Failed Judiciary.")

Charles Stile, "Christie's Credibility Boost: Endorsement could earn him a second look from conservatives," The Record, December 1, 2015, p. A-1. (Mr. Christie has been described, yet again, as a "liar" in his state capitol by leading newspaper editors, even as he makes "deals" for the presence of Syrian refugees in New Jersey, while publicly asserting that "they" will never move to the Garden State. Is this man, Christopher Christie, your next president? Or will Christie only "end up" as New Jersey's former governor?)

Hannan Adeley & Herb Jackson, "Refugees Quietly Settle in Paterson," The Record, December 1, 2015, p. A-1. (In contradiction to his public pronouncements, Mr. Christie may have allowed a family -- or families -- of refugees to move into New Jersey in exchange for federal funds or "assistance" which these poor people will never see. "On Bullshit.")

AP, "Former Assembly Speaker Convicted: N.Y.'s Silver Traded Favors For $5 MILLION," The Record, December 2, 2015, p. A-3. ("Menendez Charged With Selling His Office" and "Is Menendez For Sale?" Did Debbie Poritz "trade" judicial favors for lesbian sex supplied by Diana Lisa Riccioli?) 

AP, "Activist Heads Home From Peru: N.Y. Woman's 20-Year Sentence at End," The Record, December 2, 2015, p. A-7. (Lori Berenson will finally come home to N.Y. after serving a grossly unjust sentence. "Aaron Schwartz, Freedom, and American Law.")

Christopher Maag & Shawn Boburg, "New Toll Hike on GWB May Have a Bright Side," The Record, December 1, 2015, p. L-1. ($15.00 to cross the GW bridge; much of the new revenue will probably disappear.)

Stephanie Dazio, "Sex Assault Charge For Bus Driver," The Record, December 1, 2015, p. L-3. (Frank M. Lantigua, 26, sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl in Paramus. Bail has been set at $150,000. Mr. Lantigua has found the right state. His victim was required to pay the full fare because this was deemed to be "ethical" by New Jersey authorities.)

Karl Ritter, "Climate Change, Poverty Linked: World Bank Sees Dire Consequences in Next 15 Years," The Record, November 9, 2015, p. A-10. ("Climate change could push more than 100 million people into extreme poverty by 2030 [simply] by disrupting agriculture and fueling the spread of malaria and other diseases, the World Bank said in a report Tuesday." Is it likely that millions of persons facing starvation and death in "disproportionately affected societies" will remain in their homelands? Or will millions seek to move to more livable locations? What burdens will this place on water and other resources -- like food -- in First World states? The world population increases by about 1 BILLION persons every ten years: Will food and resources exist to provide for all of these persons when seventy families, worldwide, control almost 80% of the wealth in the world?) 

Kibret Marcos, "Former Rec. Director Faces Dec. Deadline to Accept Plea Deal," The Record, December 1, 2015, p. L-1. (Former Passaic Recreation Director Eriberto 'Eddie' Carrero, facing a corruption trial, is represented by Miles Feinstein, Esq. who has faced several attempted disbarments and is in the midst of ethics investigation at the moment. Why is it always defense lawyers -- and never prosecutors -- who are targeted by the OAE? Mr. Carrero is looking at 10 years in prison.)

Monica Davey & Mitch Smith, "Top Officer Out as the Pressure Rises in Chicago," The New York Times, December 2, 2015, p. A1. (Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel was forced to disclose a video that he had tried to suppress and cover-up. Mr. Emmanuel finally took the necessary action against the police.) 

Alison Smale, "A New 'Mein Kapf' [sic.] in German For The First Time in 70 Years," The New York Times, December 2, 2015, p. A13. (Is this a symbol of the rising power of the far-Right because of the refugee crisis in Germany and Europe? Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, and Mr. Cruz -- is Senator Cruz's first-name "Jose"? -- have ordered their copies of the English language translation of this book by Adolf Hitler.)

Mitch Smith, ["Manohla Dargis" could not think of a more Anglo name that "Mitch Smith"?] "Officer says He Shot Boy After Fake Gun Was Pulled," The New York Times, December 2, 2015, p. A20. (An 11-year-old boy was playing with a TOY gun and was shot, without warning, by a police officer with a history of excessive violence and instability as well as defective performance on the job. The child was African-American and not "black" -- meaning culpable or sinister which is the subtext with the use of the word "black"! -- but he was only one of the many victims, every day, of police violence directed at African-Americans in this nation. A "puff-piece," like this very article, referring to the victim only as "black" and the "gun" as a "replica" is racist and insulting to the intelligence of readers. Having seen the video of the incident, I am sure that it will be difficult for the officer to explain why the victim was shot without warning and at point-blank range within 3 seconds of his arrival on the scene.)

James C. McKinley, Jr., "Ex-Citigroup Executive is Sent to Prison," The New York Times, December 2, 2015, p. A24. (Mr. Cassi took bribes in connection with a $1.6 BILLION project in Manhattan, no doubt supported by Sheldon Silver, Esq. -- who is out on bail AFTER his conviction for corruption -- and Mr. Cassi will also be appealing his conviction. Neither of these men will be shot 13 times in the back without warning. "So Black and So Blue in Prison" and "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism" then "America's Holocaust.")  

Sarah Lustbader, "The Real Police-Video Problem," (Op-Ed) The New York Times, December 2, 2015, p. A31. (Like the OAE in New Jersey -- that lies, alters transcripts, covers-up its crimes and is allowed to get away with these offenses -- police departments cannot be trusted to control camera footage when their own actions are in question.)

James O'Neill, "Multimillion-Dollar Faceoff  With Exxon: N.J. Suing Over Pollution From Gasoline Additive," The Record, December 2, 2015, p. A-1. (Will Exxon count on Mr. Christie's assistance in exchange for a small contribution to the GOP?) 

Abbott-Koloff, "Ferreiro to Request Probation, Not Prison: Motion to Overturn Fraud Verdict Denied," The Record, December 2, 2015, p. L-3. (Do these corrupt mafia politicians from N.J. ever go to prison? Is any African-American defendant treated with this level of concern for human rights? Ferreiro is a crook who should be sitting in prison with Sheldon Silver, Esq. and, eventually, Bob Menendez -- together with many other "unindicted co-conspirators" in New Jersey and New York devoting their lives to "public service.")

Karl Ritter, "Report: World's Poor at Risk From Climate Change," The Star-Ledger, November 9, 2015, p. 1. (" ... World Bank warns that over 100 MILLION people could be pushed into extreme poverty" by what has been deemed "acceptable" climate warming at the recent Paris conference: Only 2 to 3 degrees F. of warming per year is enough to devastate BILLIONS of lives. Will those impoverished people be knocking at our doors?)

Bill Wichert, "Rutgers Professor Seeks to Have Conviction Overturned," The Star-Ledger, November 9, 2015, p. 3. ("Stubblefield has filed a motion with [the trial judge] to set aside the jury's verdict." The motion has been denied.) 

Alexander Burns, "Once Embraced by Christie, State's Muslims Betrayed," The New York Times, December 3, 2015, p. A1. (Mr. Christie has gone from rebuking "Right-wing" crazies for their attacks on Muslims to, allegedly and publicly, trying to stop all Syrian refugees. Is Mr. Christie lying now about his sympathies and humanitarian concerns? Or was Mr. Christie lying when he spoke of faith and trust in the Muslim community in New Jersey and welcomed new arrivals to whom he wished Ramadan greetings? Both?)

Benjamin Wieser, "Hints of an Appeal After Silver's Conviction," The New York Times, December 3, 2015, p. A28. (Appeals while Mr. Silver is out on bail after conviction may take 3 years. Mr. Silver may die of old age without the inconvenience of prison. No African-American -- to my knowledge -- has received such a "sweetheart" deal from a federal judge as Mr. Silver. Again: "So Black and So Blue in Prison" and "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.")

Stephanie Clifford, "Brooklyn Eyeglass Merchant and 2 Others Are Charged in $3.4 Million Loan Fraud," The New York Times, December 3, 2015, p. A33. (Cohen's Fashion Optical? Strand Books? Was it about Sheldon Silver, Esq.? Stuart Rabner? "Little Debbie" Poritz?)

Myles Ma, "Man Charged With Sharing Child Porn," The Star-Ledger, November 9, 2015, p. 10. (Lenin Eugenio Basantes, 30, was charged with distribution of child pornography from Union City, New Jersey. Considering that this person was advertising online, developing and storing inventory placed on sale, publicly, I find it difficult to believe that Union City police were unaware of his activity. Evidently, the federal authorities were required to act in order to stop this person from raping children or trading in videos depicting such rapes. Nor can I accept that Mr. Menendez was without knowledge of this "business" thriving under his nose for years. 14-year-old girls were available for $500, allegedly, in graphic videos. Is this the "ethics" that New Jersey authorities take pride in and claim to be "superior" to my own humble effort to lead an ethical life? Perhaps Ms. Poritz was a customer of Mr. Basantes? "Is Union City, New Jersey Meyer Lansky's Whore House?" and "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes" then "New Jersey's Political and Supreme Court Whores" and "14-Year-Old Girl Goes For $500 in Union City, New Jersey.")   





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