Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Joe Ferreiro Goes to Prison.

May 18, 2016 at 1:50 P.M. It is possible that U.S. officials will interfere with a parcel sent to UN agencies or officials by altering the contents of the package. 

I have retained copies of all documents sent to Switzerland in this matter. I am able to provide additional copies of what I sent to officials as opposed to what they may receive.

I will also send the OAE in New Jersey copies of the dictionary definitions of key words -- "ethics," "mendacity," and "hypocrisy" among them -- which (I hope) officials at that agency will ponder and apply to their actions (and inactions) in my matters. ("New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" then "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.") 

May 17, 2016 at 2:02 P.M. I cannot control alterations in the size of the text at these blogs. A package of materials including the essay that appears below, along with attachments indicating computer crime and censorship against me and readers of these blogs, has been forwarded to the following recipients:

Office of the United Nations
High Commissioner of Human Rights (OHCHR)
Palais des Nations
CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland
tel. +41-22-917-9220
Proof of Mailing and Tracking No.: R2304E105376-08.

New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics (OAE)
Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex
25 W. Market Street
P.O. Box 971
Trenton, New Jersey 08625
1-609-420-6100
Tracking No. of Priority Mail Package: 9505 5121 7076 6138 2201 83.

Mr. Hank Grezlak
Editor-in-Chief
New Jersey Law Journal
238 Mulberry Street
Newark, N.J. 07102
973-642-0075.
Tracking No. of Priority Mail Package: 955121 7076 6138 2201 90. 

The New Jersey recipients have been aware of these blogs and the crimes committed against me for more than ten years. ("Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?") 

May 10, 2016 at 2:37 P.M. A package of materials (including the essay that appears below) was sent via overnight mail to: 

William J. Bratton
NYPD Commissioner
1 Police Plaza
New York, N.Y. 10038

Tracking No.: EL 007753115 US.

Hon. Janet DiFiori
Chief Judge of the N.Y. Court of Appeals
N.Y. Court of Appeals
20 Eagle Street
Albany, New York 12207

Tracking No.: EL 007753107 US.

Justice Jaynee La Vecchia
New Jersey Supreme Court
Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex
25 Market Street
6th Floor, North Wing
P.O. Box 971
Trenton, New Jersey 08625

Tracking No.: EL 007753098 US.

All packages will be delivered before 12:00 Noon, May 11, 2016.

Additional packages of materials with this essay will be sent to officials at the International Court of Justice, Office of Attorney Ethics (OAE) in New Jersey, and to The New Jersey Law Journal in due course. 

The appropriate tracking numbers for these items will also be posted in order for readers to follow delivery of the parcels.  

April 27, 2016 at 2:31 P.M. I am not on Facebook. However, a page has been created ostensibly on that site bearing the photograph of a man (who seems much younger than I am!) previously identified as "Jose Galis-Menendez" and bearing my name. 

Evidently, someone has used the photo of a person from Miami -- who is probably now deceased -- to create this fraudulent Facebook page. 

Does Senator Menendez know who may have done such a thing as to create a bogus Facebook page as an "insult" to me?

A copy of these materials will also be sent to The New Jersey Law Journal and to Mr. Bratton of the NYPD.

What follows is yet another essay detailing the continuing humiliation of N.J.'s legal establishment and Supreme Court as a result of very public corruption and incompetence from the state's attorneys and law enforcement personnel that has made the Garden State laughable and disgusting to decent people everywhere. ("New Jersey is the Home of Child Molesters.") 

One hundred sources will be attached to this essay revealing -- yet again -- the appalling nightmare that is N.J.'s legal system and the now failed OAE cover-up in my matters. ("New Jersey Lawyers' 'Ethics' Farce.")

In light of the Office of Attorney Ethics (OAE) tendency to leak insults and allegations concerning persons they target for professional destruction, often (I believe) for political reasons, I think it is only fair to provide that office with a copy of my public allegations against them by overnight mail. ("New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.") 

John McGill, Esq. of the OAE helped coach a fraudulent witness to lie under oath, apparently, in exchange for a small fee paid to this bogus witness. Mr. McGill has probably lied himself about this matter under oath. 

Do you ever lie, Mr. McGill? Are you Mr. McGill now -- or have you ever been -- complicit in the commission of computer and other crimes against me and so many others? Is such conduct "ethical," sir? ("John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption" and "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?") 

These are only some of the ethics "lapses" and crimes committed by persons affiliated with (or acting for) the legal ethics establishment in New Jersey against me, usually secretly or illegally, then lying about it while judging the ethics of others. ("On Bullshit.")

These crimes -- including obstruction of justice -- have been known to officials in Trenton, the N.J. Supreme Court included, for some time and the matters have been covered-up or lied about by self-styled "ethical" attorneys and justices who presume to judge me. ("New Jersey's Politically-Connected Lawyers On the Tit.") 

A copy of the finished text will be sent to N.Y.'s Chief Justice, to the International Court of Human Rights at the Hague, and to Justice Jaynee La Vecchia of the New Jersey Supreme Court. ("Edward M. De Sear, Esq. and New Jersey's Filth.")

The tracking numbers for these packages will also be posted online.

No response to any communications from me directed to U.S. officials, nor to requests for the truth concerning my "case" from many persons -- within and beyond the U.S. -- has been received by me (or anyone) to the best of my knowledge at this time. ("New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.") 

Legal requirements of "good faith" on the part of prosecutors and even judges are being ignored from what I can determine.

I will do my best to continue writing at these blogs from multiple public computers. 

Charles Stile, "N.J. Supreme Court Stalemate Ends: Announcement Comes Wrapped in a White Flag," The Record, April 12, 2016, p. A-1. (Allegedly, "mob-connected" Walter Timponi, Esq. is a compromise candidate for New Jersey's Supreme Court. More problems are emerging for Mr. Timponi. "Mafia Influence in New Jersey's Courts and Politics.")

Dustin Racioppi, "Christie Nominates Veteran Democrat for Justice Vacancy," The Record, April 12, 2016, p. A-1. (Is it Walter Timponi, Esq. who sent me a fish wrapped in newspaper? Again: "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.")

John C. Ensslin, "Agency Chief Grilled Over State Monitor For A.C.," The Record, April 12, 2016, p. A-3. (Gross "incompetence" allowed Atlantic City to slide into bankruptcy despite a state-appointed "monitor" who was supposed to oversee the city's finances to ensure that funds did not "disappear" -- they have! -- and that insolvency could be avoided. Perhaps the "monitor" was Walter Timponi, Esq.?)

"Justice Timponi?: Christie, Sweeney Cut Supreme Court Deal," (Editorial) The Record, April 12, 2016, p. A-8. (Another embarrassment for New Jersey's "feces-covered" Supreme Court: "New Jersey's Political and Supreme Court Whores!" and "New Jersey's Feces-Covered Supreme Court.")

Mitch Smith, "Chicago Set to Pay $6 MILLION to Families of 2 Men Who Died After Arrests," The New York Times, April 12, 2016, p. A-15. (All of the persons beaten to death, illegally, in Chicago happen to be African-Americans. "So Black and So Blue in Prison" and "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.")

Peter J. Sampson, "Ferreiro Must Report to Prison Friday: Ex-Party Chief is Denied Bail During Appeals," The Record, April 12, 2016, p. A-1. 

The mafia in New Jersey appears to have enjoyed an interesting week: 

On the one hand, Joe Ferreiro's bogus appeals for bail as he challenged his conviction were summarily rejected by a federal Circuit Court normally "reachable" by the Jersey mob. ("New Jersey's Failed Judiciary.")

On the other hand, the erstwhile (look it up) Republican nominee for the state's soiled Supreme Court in Trenton -- a non-entity named David Bauman, Esq. -- was dumped by Christie because Sweeney refused to hold hearings to confirm the so-called "Right-wing" moron. ("New Jersey's Judges Disgrace America.")

Sweeney wants a liberal moron for the New Jersey Supreme Court.

The person now selected as prospective N.J. Supreme Court Justice is none other than Walter Timponi, Esq. ("New Jersey Supreme Court's Implosion.")

Mr. Timponi, as a federal prosecutor, was accused and did not deny "meeting" secretly with then Senator Robert Torricelli -- who was probably stabbed in the back by Bob Menendez! -- when Mr. Torricelli was under investigation by the very prosecutor's office at which Mr. Timponi worked in violation of criminal laws and ethics standards. ("More Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics.") 

No one has revealed what happened at that meeting, but (for some reason) Mr. Torricelli was never prosecuted. ("Prosecutorial Misconduct.")

Mr. Timponi is "allegedly" and "reputedly" mob-connected and (if confirmed) he will join the equally, allegedly, mob-connected Jaynee La Vecchia on the state's highest court. ("Jaynee La Vecchia and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey" and "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?")

In the event that I find a horse's head in my bed I will post the fact at these blogs. ("North Bergen, New Jersey is the Home of La Cosa Nostra.")

"U.S. District Judge Esther Salas" -- a lesbian "colleague" of "Little Debbie" Poritz and Estela De La Cruz who has read several of my writings, allegedly, over a period of years and then denied this fact! -- "set April 15 for Ferreiro to report to the federal prison camp in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania where he is to serve a 35 month term."

The absurd appeal by Ferreiro was rejected without a written opinion or any reasons given on the record:

"Salas issued the surrender order on the eve of a decision issued Friday by 3rd U.S. Circuit of Appeals [?] Judge D. Michael Fisher to deny Ferreiro's bid to remain free on bail while he [sic.] challenges his conviction." 

It looks like Joe Ferreiro is one cat who has run out of lives:

"The once-powerful Democratic county chairman and now DISBARRED Hackensack attorney was sentenced by Salas in December after being convicted a year ago of racketeering and fraud."

I wonder what happened to the Rose law firm in Bergen County? Jorge Prado? Was there a connection between "Mr. Martinez" and that law firm that I should know about? Jose Ginarte? Gilberto Garcia? Edgar Navarete? Nydia Hernandez? How many of these persons are now experiencing legal "difficulties" in the Garden State?  

It is certainly interesting how the world turns. 

Is it possible that a man who was on the ethics committee and called himself my "superior" would now ask for my help or advice? ("Joe Ferreiro Indicted Again" and "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office.")

" ... Ferreiro used his political clout as a decadelong [sic.] county chairman for profit by getting several municipalities to hire a Nutley software company without disclosing that he stood to receive 'kickbacks' on the revenue paid under the contracts."

Will I be reading of Mr. Menendez's conviction and incarceration in about one year's time? Is it necessary for Mr. Menendez to be convicted and disbarred before New Jersey can deal with my matters? (Again: "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.") 

Will Judge Salas admit to a "relationship" with Diana Lisa Riccioli, and/or "connections" to Mary Marban, Luisa Gutierrez, Kim Guardagno and Lourdes Santiago? Was Judge Tolentino "in" on the games played in my office, Luisa Gutierrez? Were the Hudson and Bergen Prosecutors' Offices aware of what Ms. Marban and Ms. Gutierrez as well as "others" were doing for John McGill, Esq. of the OAE and against me, illegally and criminally, behind my back? Do New Jersey's prosecutors protect their own? Is such a prosecutorial double-standard "ethical," Ms. Poritz and Mr. Rabner? ("John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption" and, again, "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")

Was Ms. Poritz's possible sexual relationship with Diana Lisa Riccioli not grounds to preclude the former Chief Justice from participating in any matter concerning me? Was Ms. Poritz providing "services" or favors of any kind to Ms. Riccioli and/or others for sexual services received from the same Ms. Ricccioli or other young women "introduced" to the former Chief Justice by Ms. Riccioli? Was there any contact (sexual or not) between Ms. Poritz and Marilyn Straus at any time, including while Ms. Straus was under hypnosis and/or unconscious? What contacts existed between Estela De La Cruz and Marilyn Straus at any time when Ms. De La Cruz was acting, secretly and unethically, behind my back in contacting my clients and stealing from my office and/or therafter? What name did Ms. De La Cruz give to Marilyn Straus? 

Sources:

Claude Brodesser Akner, "Christie Court Pick Under New Scrutiny: Questions Arise Over His Ties to DiVincenzo," The Star-Ledger, April 15, 2016, p. 19. (Mutual "back-scratching" efforts are revealed between Timponi and DiVincenzo to procure a job for Timponi's nephew. Links from Timponi to Ferreiro are being investigated. Will this make Timponi "reachable" by the Jersey Boys whom "Justice" Timponi will protect as Stuart Rabner has protected "Little Debbie" Poritz? "Deborah T. Poritz and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey" and "Stuart Rabner's Selective Sense of Justice.")

Matt Arco, "Christie's Communications Director Stepping Down," The Star-Ledger, April 15, 2016, p. 2. (Kevin Roberts and Regina Egea have resigned from Christie administration jobs. Rats fleeing a sinking ship may still have to testify in the "Bridgegate" trial.)

Kathleen O'Brien, "Hospital Fined $55,000 After Feds Find Violations," The Star-Ledger, April 15, 2016, p. 9. (Heinous violations of sanitation and medical waste requirements in New Jersey hospitals have made these facilities excellent places to become seriously ill as well as making the same hospitals contributors to the filth poisoning the state's water and residents. An OSHA probe is under way. "New Jersey is America's Legal Toilet.")

Justin Zaremba, "Lab Tech Facing Criminal Probe," The Star-Ledger, April 15, 2016, p. 9. (State police labs and technicians FAKED drug reports and other items to convict people, fraudulently, perhaps for a small fee from politicians or dirty prosecutors. Persons targeted in New Jersey by "bosses" and/or other corrupt officials may be subjected to bogus legal proceedings where witnesses are paid to testify falsely under assumed identities. "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "New Jersey Lawyers' Ethics Farce" then "Is America's Legal Ethics a Lie?")

S.P. Sullivan, "Trooper Indicted Sued Over Assault: Cover-Up is Claimed in Fracas Near Stadium Over Giants Game," The Star-Ledger, April 14, 2016, p. 1. (Steven Hodge, 29, N.J. state trooper assaulted a N.Y. resident, Nicolas Giudi, leaving Mr. Giudi with a broken nose and other serious injuries. Hodges' fellow troopers and other cops allegedly whitewashed the reports filed in the matter to cover-up for and protect their "friend" much as the OAE and New Jersey Supreme Court have sought to shelter John McGill, Esq. from liability for his crimes in my matters. Is this New Jersey's legal "ethics," Mr. Rabner? "New Jersey's KKK Police Shocker" and "Organized Crime Group in New Jersey's State Police.")

Bill Ruthhart, "Mayor Concedes Racism a Problem in City Police Force," The Star-Ledger, April 19, 2016, p. 4. (Chicago police ADMIT to systematic racism and are among the hundreds and/or thousands of police departments in America which seem proud of their bigotry. "Driving While Black in New Jersey" and "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.")

Susan K. Livio, "Woman Admits to Role in Theft of Millions From Elderly Clients," The Star-Ledger, April 14, 2016, p. 5. (Jan Van Halt, 59, allegedly, a lesbian and -- perhaps -- yet another "superior" lawyer, or maybe a client of elite New Jersey law firms, explained: "It's O.K. when lesbians commit crimes.")

Sue Epstein, "Judge Rejects Motion to Acquit[,] Defense Argues State's Evidence is Insufficient," The Star-Ledger, April 14, 2016, p. 11. (Michelle Lodzinski, alleged lesbian mother of a 5-year-old son she murdered in May, 1991, argued that she should be acquitted because she is a lesbian. "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison!" and "Jennifer Velez is a Dyke Magnet.")

S.P. Sullivan, "Three Years For a Woman Who Faked a Car Theft for Insurance Money," The Star-Ledger, April 14, 2016, p. 11. (Allegedly, admitted lesbian Janette Bautista, 58, made $6,686 from a fraudulent claim based on the lie that her car had been stolen. Lawyers assisted in filing this claim no doubt. Mr. Ginarte? "New Jersey Lesbian Sends Nude Photos to Minor" and "N.J. Lesbian Professor Rapes a Disabled Man.") 

Brent Johnson, "A Sign of a Guardagno Gubernatorial Run," The Star-Ledger, April 14, 2016, p. 15. (Kim Guardagno, Esq. may run for governor of New Jersey. Will Barbara Buono, Esq. or Diana Lisa Riccioli be her "First Lady"?)

Larry Higgs, "N.J. Transit to Review Policy on Recording," The Star-Ledger, April 14, 2016, p. 21. (Surreptitious recordings of the conversations of passengers -- possible videotaping of rest room users -- by N.J. Transit will be kept secret in New Jersey.)

"N.J. Transit's Misguided Eavesdropping," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, April 14, 2016, p. 22. (" ... 75,000 customers per day could have their conversations recorded on video taping devices -- which is not only bad policy, but of questionable legality.")

Tom Haydon, "Elizabeth: Jury Indicts Man, 48, On Child Porn Charges," The Star-Ledger, April 14, 2016, p. 24. (It cannot be confirmed that former New Jersey Chief Justice "Little Debbie" Poritz was among the persons on N.J. child porn customer lists. Being in the closet about lesbianism could mean that a person is also "in the closet" about other "interests" or personal "habits." "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!")

Mary Ann Spoto, "Brick: Police -- Man Tried to Lure Young Girl," The Star-Ledger, April 14, 2016, p. 24. (A wave of incidents threatening local children have been reported to authorities who may be part of the problem. "New Jersey Welcomes Child Molesters!")

Jean Rimbach & Stefanie Dazio, "Bergen's Safety Director Criticized: Experts Say Butting Into DWI Arrest Was Inappropriate," The Record, April 14, 2016, p. A-1. (Ralph Rivera, a Menendez man, allegedly, with a $103,000 per year job as something called "public safety director" -- who makes twice the amount of his salary, also allegedly, in bribes -- tried to prevent the arrest of a "friend" on DWI charges in Hackensack. Was Rivera protecting a connected insider at the request of Bob Menendez? Or, was Rivera acting for the Zisa family in the matter? "Bribery in Union City, New Jersey" and "Illegal Payments to Bob Menendez.")

Dustin Racioppi, "Guardagno to Head New Think-Tank Aimed at State Issues," The Record, April 14, 2016, p. A-3. (This "think-tank" will focus on lesbian issues, perhaps, as Ms. Guardagno prepares to run for Governor. Christine Quinn may become an adviser to Ms. Guardagno. "Umberto Eco and the Semiotics of Power.")

Kibret Marcos, "Criminal Probe for Little Falls Lab Tech: Thousands of Drug Convictions Are in Doubt," The Record, April 14, 2016, p. L-1. (" ... a state police lab technician FAKED [lied about?] results in drug cases." This means that prosecutors lied in presenting evidence against individuals, perhaps knowingly. Is this New Jersey's legal ethics, Mr. Rabner? What actions have been taken to remedy the harm caused by these lies and crimes when officials became aware of them? Lawyers and judges are ethically and legally required to act to remedy a heinous injustice to any individual. Cynthia McSweeney -- allegedly, a lesbian and, perhaps, a Kim Guardagno supporter -- may be facing indictment if the matter cannot be "fixed" by state troopers and other friends: "Diana's Friend Goes to Prison!" and "Jennifer Velez is a Dyke Magnet!")

Larry Higgs, "N.J. Transit is Watching, Listening," The Star-Ledger, April 11, 2016, p. 1. (Cameras, listening and recording devices, possibly including "monitoring" of attractive young women deemed "potentially dangerous," may violate what is left of personal privacy. "Terry Tuchin, Diana Lisa Riccioli, and New Jersey's Agency of Torture" and "An Open Letter to My Torturers in New Jersey, Terry Tuchin and Diana Lisa Riccioli.") 

"Pension Fixes: Keep This Out of the State Constitution," (Editorial) The Record, April 11, 2016, p. A-8. (Will anyone "fix" New Jersey's pension nightmare? $40-$50 BILLION is missing from the pension funds in New Jersey if they are to be solvent over the next decade. Nothing is happening in Trenton to deal with this nightmare in the making. This number will only increase. Kick the can down the road, Mr. Christie?)

Jean Rimbach & Stefanie Dazio, "Bergen Suspends Safety Director: His Involvement in Friend's Traffic Stop Under Investigation," The Record, April 8, 2016, p. A-1. (Bergen County Public Safety Director Ralph -- "Ralphie Boy" -- Rivera, Jr. may have been acting for Bob Menendez in taking "care of" a mutual friend, possibly a drug dealer, busted for driving drunk. Was "Ralphie Boy" acting for some other Bergen County "boss?" If so, who runs Bergen these days? "Does Senator Menendez have mafia friends?" and "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office.")  

Salvador Rizzo, "Support is Unanimous: Senate Panel Backs State Court Nominee," The Star-Ledger, April 22, 2016, p. A-1. (Despite alleged FBI concerns about Walter Timponi, Esq.'s possible organized crime affiliations, it looks as if Mr. Timponi will get on the New Jersey Supreme Court. The "fix" is in largely as a result of the efforts by Mr. Timponi's "colleague" and Judiciary Committee Chairman Nicolas Scutteri, Esq. -- known affectionately as "Luca Brasi" -- who explained that he has "always done a little of this and a little of that.") 

"Resign From the Board: Elmwood Park School Trustee Must Step Down," (Editorial) The Record, April 18, 2016, p. A-9. (Gladys Gryskiewicz posted hateful comments about Muslims and others, whom she ostensibly represents, as a member of a N.J. school board and trustee. "That's Jersey style!" Mr. Christie said.)

AP, "Truth be Told: We're All Liars -- Researchers Trace Deceptions to Toddlerhood," The Record, April 18, 2016, p. A-10. (Most Americans routinely lie every day of their lives. Lawyers lie more than most. This includes government lawyers like John McGill, Esq. and judges like Stuart Rabner as well as "Little Debbie" Poritz. I wonder whether Diana was using her hypnosis and other "tricks" on Ms. Poritz to gain access to New Jersey Supreme Court files for herself and her "family"? "Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics" then "On Bullshit" and "New Jersey's Failed Judiciary.") 

Allison Pries, "N.J. Trooper Due in Court in MET Life Investigation: Allegedly Hit Fan With a Beer Bottle in 2014," The Record, April 18, 2016, p. L-1. (New Jersey officials -- state police among them -- tried to "cover-up" then lied for the dirty cop. Like the OAE tried to cover-up for McGill and Poritz in my matters. "New Jersey's Political and Supreme Court Whores" then "New Jersey's Feces-Covered Supreme Court" and "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics.")

Jonathan D. Salant, "Big Donors Rally Around Menendez," The Star-Ledger, April 18, 2016, p. 2. (Sheldon Adelson -- possibly fronting for Mr. Netanyahu -- and Mr. Menendez's other pro-Israeli friends contributed lots of money to help good old Bob whose motions and appeals have essentially failed, so far, to get him off the hook: " ... Menendez raised $316,031 from January to March to cover expenses stemming from his indictment on federal corruption charges a year ago. He spent $255,493, all but $20,000 on legal fees. During the same period a year ago Menendez raised $430,000." Donations are falling. Boss Bob faces a second indictment, among other things, allegedly, for lying to the FBI. "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office" and "Does Senator Menendez have mafia friends?")

Carol Feldman & Emily Swanson, "Poll: Americans Say Media Undercut by Inaccuracies," The Star-Ledger, April 18, 2016, p. 4. (Americans distrust and do not believe corporate media journalists who seem to lie as much as lawyers and politicians. This distrust and fear of Wall Street and Washington insiders is fueling much of the hostility to the Clinton campaign from Democrats. Although, as predicted in this blog, it is likely that Secretary Clinton will obtain the nomination, support among Democrats is nearly evenly divided with backers of Senator Sanders expressing "deep concerns" about a Clinton presidency as only more "business as usual." The best thing going for Ms. Clinton is Republican Donald Trump. "Politics Makes For Strange Bedfellows.")

Anthony G. Alterino, "Top Cop, Accused of Racial Profiling Hires Ex-Prosecutor," The Star-Ledger, April 18, 2016, p. 6. (Wyckoff Police Chief Ben Fox has hired a former prosecutor to represent him for alleged racist comments explaining that he "likes the dark people.") 

Herb Jackson, "Trump Sees His Biggest Lead in New Jersey: Poll Shows Sanders Gaining on Clinton," The Record, April 19, 2016, p. A-3. (New Jersey is Donald Trump country. Chris Christie has offered to "help in any way I can" to get "the Donald" elected. "New Jersey's KKK Police Shocker" and "Driving While Black in New Jersey.")

"Naked Art: Englewood is Not Victorian England," (Editorial) The Record, April 19, 2016, p. A-8. (A statue once found at Wellesley College is admired with reservations in the "Paris" of New Jersey, better known as Englewood. "America's Nursery School Campus" and "Why Jane can't read.")

Michael Term, "Inmate Cleared of Girl's Murder: Served 4 years for 1957 Killing; Plans a Lawsuit," The Record, April 19, 2016, p. A-10. (As usual prosecutors and judges as well as cops LIED to cover-up their misdeeds as a man was allowed to sit in prison for something he did not do. "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "New Jersey's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!") 

AP, "Woman Admits to Hate Tweets: Sent Fake Threats to Boost Kean Rally," The Record, April 19, 2016, p. A-3. (Kayea McElvey is not someone who should be sent to jail. In fact, she will serve 90 days in county jail and pay $82,000 in restitution. GM lawyers will not be arrested or charged at all, nor will the attorneys for VW whose collective lies have endangered -- or taken -- lives as well as causing injuries and loss of property and money. "So Black and So Blue in Prison" and "'Michael Clayton': A Movie Review.")

AP, "Jerusalem Bombing That Wounds 21 Called 'Terror Attack,'" The Record, April 19, 2016, p. A-10. (Mr. Netanyahu's "get tough" policies have increased the number of such terrible incidents in Israel with no end in sight. Have these policies "worked"? Well, maybe "half the time" they have "worked." But it may be wiser to try to meet the legitimate aspirations for autonomy and peace of the Palestinian people than to create -- to quote Noam Chomsky -- "the world's largest open air prison in Gaza." Compare "The Audacity of Hope" with "Israel Heightens Gaza Crisis.") 

Allison Pries, "Lawyer for N.J. Trooper to Seek [Again?] Cases's Dsimissal: Cop Indicted in Fracas After Giants Game," The Record, April 19, 2016, p. L-2. (A lawyer for the trooper blamed the African-American community for the incident and Barack Obama's "permissiveness" despite the Italian-American victim in the incident. Allegedly, the attorney closed by asking that we "vote for Trump.") 

Larry Higgs, "Budget Gap Adds to Fear of Looming Rail Cuts: Less than a year after rate hike, agency must make up $45 MILLION," The Star-Ledger, April 19, 2016, p. 1. (Despite "budget repairs" and increased ticket prices money -- maybe $4 million or more -- is still "missing" from the New Jersey Transit accounts and budgets. Efforts to close a $56 MILLION gap in the budget have failed.)

Craig McCarthy, "For Long-Stalled American Dream Project, a New Delay," The Star-Ledger, April 19, 2016, p. 3. ($1 BILLION in public bonds will be generated for the long-delayed and "troubled" Xanadu-American Dream "mall" which will probably never be completed. Thus far, at least, $6-to-$7 BILLION have been spent on a project to construct a mall than has never been nor will it be built in the Meadowlands. "Cement is Gold.")

Richard Lardner, "Pentagon Misled [LIED TO?] Congress on Military Sexual Harassment Cases," The Star-Ledger, April 19, 2016, p. 6. (No effort is being made to ascertain the full extent of the problem in the military where many women are being damaged for life because they have chosen to serve their country.)

Tim Darragh, "Addiction at Heart of Ex-Lab Owner's Scheme," The Star-Ledger, April 19, 2016, p. 16. (Philip Biondello, lab owner, was paying doctors under the table for referrals and working with lawyers to scam insurance companies in accident cases. Edgar Navarete, this sounds like your line of work.) 

Kelly Heyballer, "Feds Probe Rider Response to Sex Assault Complaints," The Star-Ledger, April 20, 2016, p. 1. (Another New Jersey cover-up will result in a federal probe of sexual assaults. Do we begin to see a pattern of covering-up and lying by New Jersey officials and institutions protecting their own? OAE? "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.") 

S.P. Sullivan, "In Plea Deal, Ex-Mayor Admits Guilt in Development Scheme," The Star-Ledger, April 20, 2016, p. 6. (Lawrence Durr, Esq., former mayor of Chesterfield Township, pleaded guilty to conspiring to tamper with public records -- like John McGill, Esq. and the OAE, perhaps? -- in order to cover-up a secret "sweetheart" deal with a developer. This man should be on the legal ethics committee and probably was until he got caught by feds. "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System.") 

S.P. Sullivan, "Ethics Probe Over Facebook Use to Proceed: 'Novel' Legal Case Tests Limits On Social Media," The Star-Ledger, April 20, 2016, p. 13. (New Jersey Supreme Court pursues so-called "ethics" investigation of a law firm using the Internet to get dirt and target adversaries. That same court's computers and OAE officials' computers have been used to commit computer crimes, along with worse crimes against me and readers of these blog posts, to the indifference of the N.J. authorities. "Malbus"? "Stuart Rabner's Selective Sense of Justice!")

Benjamin Wieser, "Unsealed Court Documents in Silver Case Cite Extramarital Affair," The New York Times, April 16, 2016, p. A14. (As with Ms. Poritz and so many others irregular sexual habits and extramarital affairs often point to serious criminal misconduct by public officials together with a habit of lying: "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes!" and "Wedding Bells Ring For Menendez.")

"Sheldon Silver Still Doesn't Get It," (Editorial) The New York Times, April 22, 2016, p. A26. ("Sheldon Silver, felon, symbol of all that is rotten in New York state government, is still ducking and weaving, saying much but revealing little, heedless of the shame and opprobrium clinging to him like cat hair on a coat." Please see: "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?" and "Deborah T. Poritz and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.")

Mary Diduch, "Personal Attack Staggers Teaneck Official," The Record, April 21, 2016, p. A-1. (Anonymous letters to a local ethics board is very similar to what I as well as others have experienced from the likes of Gilberto Garcia and Mary-Anne Kriko and/or John McGill to say nothing of their "friends." Diana Lisa Riccioli? Alexandra Ramirez? Edgar Navarete? Did all of you write letters under bogus names claiming to be clients? Estela De La Cruz? Lilian Munoz? Dzintra? Alina Fallat?)

Christopher Maag, "Newly Hired N.J. Transit Director Bows Out: Surprise Fuels Speculation Agency is in Worse Shape Than Revealed," The Record, April 22, 2016, p. A-2. (Disappearing funds, dangerous rail conditions, and organized crime influence have all been attributed to New Jersey Transit.)

Brent Johnson, "Senate Committee Advances Christie's Supreme Court Pick," The Star-Ledger, April 22, 2016, p. 1. (More concerns about Mr. Timponi's possible ties to underworld figures have failed to slow down the approval process. "More Mafia Influence in New Jersey Courts and Politics" and "More Mafia Arrests in New Jersey and Anne Milgram is Clueless.")

Larry Higgs, "Selection to Head N.J. Transit Bows Out," The Star-Ledger, April 22, 2016, p. 1. (Few people wish to relocate their families to New Jersey.) 

S.P. Sullivan, "Ex-Gov. Byrne Praised as the 'One Guy the Mob Couldn't Buy,'" The Star-Ledger, April 22, 2016, p. 2. (The mafia certainly seems to have "bought" just about every other official in New Jersey and maybe people at "Facebook" as well. Has Paul Moriarty (D), of Gloucester, New Jersey visited my sites? "Is Menendez For Sale?") 

Christopher Maag, "Suicide Problem is Acute in Jersey," The Record, April 23, 2016, p. A-1. (If you're in New Jersey for life, suicide may be the best option. At least, if you have been a good person, you may get out of the Garden State.) 

Steve Janovski, "Defending 'Profiling' Email: Wyckoff Chief Says He Emphasized Fairness," The Record, April 23, 2016, p. A-1. (Police Chief Benjamin Fox assures everyone that he is fond of "blacks." Mr. Fox believes that "blacks" are "great athletes and entertainers.")

Salvador Rizzo, "Justice Pick Tied to Non-Profit: 'Choose New Jersey' PAID For Christie Trips," The Record, April 22, 2016, p. A-3. (Alleged mob front and/or interest-lobbying group may have been headed by Walter Timponi, Esq. Perhaps other persons pulled strings in the organization from behind the scenes. Allegations that this organization "paid-off" Christie to the tune of $3.5 MILLION have been reported. The source of these funds is "murky." Mark Zuckerberg? Whether other amounts in cash were delivered under the table to Christie and "others" -- explaining Mr. Timponi's popularity in Trenton -- is undetermined. "Christie Gives a Donor $1 Million of New Jersey Money.")  

Abbott-Koloff, "3rd Man Charged in Garfield Sex Assault: Allegedly Broke Into Home For Robbery," The Record, April 23, 2016, p. L-2. ("That's Jersey romance!")

Myles Ma, "Chemicals Found in N.J. Water," The Star-Ledger, March 21, 2016, p. 5. (N.J. water is often poisoned with chemicals possibly explaining the severe brain damage suffered by Trenton politicians. Mr. Prieto may be ousted; Sweeney and Christie, mysteriously, "agree" about Walter Timponi; Mr. Rabner remains silent. "Have you no shame, Mr. Rabner?")

"Trump Isn't Just a Bigot; He's a Liar Too," (Editorial) The Star-Ledger, March 21, 2016, p. 10. (Chris Christie says: "Donald Trump and New Jersey are perfect together!")

Bobby Oliver, "The 12 Worst Things About Living in New Jersey," The Star-Ledger, April 21, 2016, p. 17. (New Jersey has been determined to be "the worst place to live in America" by a number of policy groups. Among the items associated with the Garden State are: Lawyers and politicians tied to the Mafia, like Mr. Timponi?; perpetual stench on the Turnpike; undrinkable drinking water; a failed judiciary; lying government workers; bloated and inefficient government. No solution in sight. "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.")

Mike Kelly, "Fugitives Go Unmentioned in Cuban Visit: Asylum For Killers Still an Open Wound in N.J.," The Record, March 23, 2016, p. A-1. (Cuba made the right decision by refusing to return Assata Shakur to a failed and racist legal system through granting her asylum. New Jersey -- as is evident here and now -- is not a legal system worthy of respect on an international level nor has it lived up to the requirements of the American Constitution and its own laws in my matters and in thousands of other dismally blundered cases. At best New Jersey's judiciary may be characterized as grotesquely incompetent: "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism.")

Dustin Raccioppi & Herb Jackson, "Menendez Attacks Iran Deal in Address to Pro-Israel Group," The Record, March 23, 2016, p. A-3. (Mr. Menendez's comments and votes were paid-for by Sheldon Adelson on behalf of Mr. Netanyahu. This is essentially what the senator has been indicted and, eventually, will be imprisoned for: selling his office and opinions as well as his senate vote for filthy lucre. "Menendez Charged With Selling His Office" and "Illegal Payments to Bob Menendez.")

Salvador Rizzo, "Rating Firm Warns N.J. to Reform Pension Plan," The Record, March 23, 2016, p. A-4. (S&P ignored the Christie plan as a joke. N.J.'s finances are "still a mess." Far too much debt, vast corruption, incompetence and fraud in its courts. Is New Jersey "successful," Mr. Rabner and OAE lawyers? "New Jersey is the Home of the Living Dead!" and "New Jersey's Politically-Corrupt Lawyers On the Tit.")

John Sealy, "Hackensack Proposes a Settlement Over Claims: Ex-Official Claimed City Violated State Statute," The Record, March 23, 2016, p. L-1. ($250,000 for Anthony Rottino who claimed city officials violated state laws, condoned mob-like and thuggish behavior by the police union, and conducted a smear campaign against him. What else is new? "New Jersey's 'Ethical' Legal System" and "An Open Letter to My Torturers in New Jersey, Terry Tuchin and Diana Lisa Riccioli.")

Joe Malinconico, "More Allegations Against Torres: TV Reports Additional Work," March 23, 2016, p. L-3. (In addition to Mayor Torres' home, there were other personal tasks performed by city employees, allegedly, at taxpayer expense and in alternative locations to improve the mayor's quality of life: mowing his lawn, walking his dog, washing his family car?)

Marissa Iati, "Cops Accused of Racism Denied a Vote of Confidence by Council," The Star-Ledger, March 24, 2016, p. 9. (An ENTIRE police department is found to be racist. This may require a federal take-over of Plainfield's police force. Clifton and Irvington may be next. The town's city council could not grant a vote of confidence to their own police department. "Organized Crime Group in New Jersey's State Police.")   

Emmarie Huitterman, "New Jersey Congressman Wants FEMA Investigated," The New York Times, April 29, 2016, p. A18. ("An adjuster says he was REQUIRED to deny or underpay storm damage claims." The feds are trying to control New Jersey's mafia stealing by monitoring amounts awarded with minimal success so far. Chris Christie says: "We're stronger than the storm.")

Claude Brodesser-Akner, "Christie Hits New Low in Job Approval: Indicted Senator Ranks Higher," The Star-Ledger, April 29, 2016, p. 1. ("Gov. Chris Christie's approval rating has reached a record low, a new poll finds -- worse, even, than the state's Democratic U.S. Senator Robert Menendez, who is under criminal indictment [and may be facing yet another indictment!] on federal corruption and bribery charges." New Jersey residents actually say they want to get rid of Menendez and Christie as soon as possible.)

Tim Darragh, "Gov.'s Cellphone Sought by Bridgegate Defense," The Star-Ledger, April 29, 2016, p. 3. (Michael Baldassare, Esq. -- consiglieri to one of the Bridgegate defendants -- wants Christie's cellphone. Mr. Baldassare claims to know Walter Timponi. Nicolas Scutteri may be godfather to Baldassare's children.)

Bill Wichert, "Cop Shocked Over [Fellow] Officer's Racial Slurs," The Star-Ledger, April 29, 2016, p. 3. (Detectives Collin McMillan and Andrew Del Russo of Millburn, New Jersey -- which is close to Stuart Rabner's residence -- were caught on tape using highly racist language, for example, referring to African-Americans as "monkeys" and much worse. I am sure they meant it as a compliment. Is it true, Mr. Rabner, that Latinos are "not smart enough to be philosophers"? "Stuart Rabner and Conduct Unbecoming to the Judiciary in New Jersey.") 

Susan K. Livio, "Doctor Indicted for Fraud Loses State License for Malpractice," The Star-Ledger, April 29, 2016, p. 6. (Amgad Hossen, 59, submitted $1.5 MILLION in phony medicare claims. Dr. Hessen was offered a character reference by Dr. Melgen and his "good friend," Senator Menendez. Melgen and Menendez combined to try to scam $9 MILLION from medicare. This is not "unethical," according to the OAE, which also approves of rapes and thefts indulged in by their "agents" -- like "Terry Tuchin" a.k.a. "David" a.k.a. "Arthur Goldberg" and John McGill, Esq. -- to say nothing of withholding evidence illegally from discovery which is also hunky-dory with the OAE. What happened to the videos and other records of the hypnosis sessions to which I was subjected, illegally, at 512 42nd Street, Union City, New Jersey? Does the OAE or New Jersey Supreme Court have those records? How much money in total did Mr. McGill steal from me?)

Christopher Maag, "Port Officials Blast N.J. Inaction: Reform Bill Passed in N.Y. but Not Here," The Record, April 29, 2016, p. A-1. (Reforms aimed at controlling corruption will never happen in New Jersey. "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.") 

Paul Berger, [Stacy Berger? "Jill Ketchum"?] "PA Discussing 'Resolution' in Federal Probe of Tolls; $2 BILLION for New Jersey Roads Questioned," The Record, April 29, 2016, p. A-3. (PA "misused" $2 BILLION in toll money. Millions of dollars are "missing." I am sure that Walter Timponi will deem this "no problem." "Mafia Arrests at the Port Authority.") 

Nicolas Pugliese, "$88.5 Million Budget Gets OK in North Bergen: Mayor Laments 'Very Discouraging' Level of Aid Coming From the State," The Record, April 29, 2016, p. L-3. ("Big Nicky" Sacco supports Walter Timponi for the New Jersey Supreme Court, but he wants more money from the state for himself and the Calvacante crime family, allegedly, to say nothing of North Bergen. Mr. Sacco explained: "I just wanna wet my beak!" Compare "North Bergen, New Jersey is the Home of La Cosa Nostra" with "Is Union City, New Jersey Meyer Lansky's Whore House?")

Brent Johnson, "Senator Wins Confirmation as a Superior Court Judge," The Star-Ledger, April 27, 2016, p. 2. (Peter Barnes and Walter Timponi will join New Jersey's already disgraced judiciary. Both men are reputed to accept cash for "little favors." "New Jersey Failed Judiciary" and "New Jersey's Judges Disgrace America.") 

Tim Darragh, "Prosecutors: No Immunity," The Star-Ledger, April 27, 2016, p. 3. (Pressure to "extract" testimony from Bridgegate defendants and witnesses is designed to implicate the governor of New Jersey who may have been stupid enough to order the GWB crisis. Even I thought that Christie could not be so foolish as to make such a mistake. "Christie's Bridge of Sighs.")

Justin Zaremba, "Teacher Loses License After Admitting to Sex With a Student, 18," The Star-Ledger, April 27, 2016, p. 4. (Nicole McDonough, 33, of Mount Olive pleaded guilty to second degree official misconduct. Others are not punished at all for much more heinous sexual misconduct with minors. "Menendez Consorts With Underage Prostitutes.")

Jonathan D. Salant, "Justices Rule Cop's Demotion Violated Rights," The Star-Ledger, April 27, 2016, p. 13. (Targeting people -- like me -- for professional destruction and personal harm for political reasons is not OK. Jeffrey Hefferman is a Paterson cop who picked-up a sign for an opponent of Joey Torres and was demoted for it. Torres is a Menendez-croney who is on his way to being indicted for corruption. The cop's actions were well within his constitutional rights. I would have carried that sign.)

Charles Stile, "Leaders Talked of Replacing Prieto," The Record, April 27, 2016, p. A-1. (N.J. politicians may be trying to get rid of Mr. Prieto because he is getting too expensive and/or "overly" incompetent. What is "appropriate incompetence," Mr. Christie?)

Salvador Rizzo & Dustin Racioppi, "Christie Defends Pick For State's Top Court," The Record, April 27, 2016, p. A-3. (Christie defends Mr. Timponi by explaining that Timponi gave Christie lots of money. Accordingly, the alleged lies by Timponi to the Senate Judiciary Committee about his friendship with DiVincenzo are no problem. "Joey D Knows How to Eat!")

"Timponi's Cloud: New Justice Confirmed, Questions Remain," (Editorial) The Record, April 27, 2016, p. A-8. (Timponi confirmed despite mob affiliations and partisanship for Joe DiVincenzo. This may be redundant. In New Jersey mafia affiliations are a plus in judicial confirmations. Is this New Jersey's judicial ethics, Mr. Rabner? "Judges Protect Child Molesters in Bayonne, New Jersey.")

Kibret Marcos, "Judge Assigned For ALL Lab Tech Cases: Alleged Faked [LYING?] Test Leads to Oversight," The Record, April 27, 2016, p. L-1. (New Jersey labs LIE, systematically, on behalf of cops and prosecutors in terms of results in D.E.S. cases. A judge has to be appointed to ensure that only "bad people" are convicted, fraudulently, on the basis of false findings. Perhaps enemies of the mafia will be targeted by bogus lab reports.)

Kibret Marcos, "Teacher Files Harassment Suit Against City Schools: $1 MILLION Claim in Paterson Alleges Racial, Gay Bias," The Record, April 27, 2016, p. L-1. (Noreen Sweeney, 58, admitted lesbian, claims she was discriminated against because she is a lesbian and a white person. Kim Guardagno agrees. Ms. Sweeney may seek to head the NAACP. "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest!")

Monsy Alvarado, "Suspended Police Chief Faces Added Charges: Pal. Park Inquiry Cites Misconduct, Abuses of Time Off," The Record, April 27, 2016, p. L-3. (Benjamin Ramos is being ousted. Mr. Ramos may have visited my sites for the Jersey Boys. It appears that the Menendez machine is being dismantled piece-by-piece. "Law and Ethics in the Soprano State.")

S.P. Sullivan, "Sham Cancer Charity STOLE $6 MILLION From New Jersey Donors, AG Says," The Star-Ledger, March 31, 2016, p. 4. (Mafia-front "charity" scammed a total of $187 MILLION from U.S. persons and, specifically, $6 million from New Jersey residents. Walter Timponi, Esq. may have represented this organization. I can only hope that Mr. Timponi has nothing to do with any matter concerning me. "New Jersey's Political and Supreme Court Whores" and "New Jersey's Supreme Court Implosion.") 

Amy Forliti & Steve Karnowski, "Cops Who Fatally Shot a Black Man, Won't Face Charges," The Star-Ledger, March 31, 2016, p. 6. (Benjamin Fox of Wyckoff approves of this shooting, allegedly, as does Mr. Christie. "Albert Florence and New Jersey's Racism" and "Justice For Mumia Abu-Jamal" then "The FBI Wants Assata Shakur.")   

Max Rivela-Nadler, "Hell On Wheels: Port Authority to Newark Kids -- "Drop Dead!," Village Voice, May 4-10, 2016, p. 8. ("In Newark's portside communities, children develop asthma in infancy. Older kids miss school because they can't breathe. The Port Authority promised a solution but abandoned it midstrream. Why?" Please see: "David Samson, Esq. Resigns.")

Benjamin Wieser, "Silver Is Given a 12-Year-Term For Corruption," The New York Times, May 4, 2016, p. A1. ("Sheldon Silver ... was sentenced to 12 years in prison in a case that came to symbolize Albany's culture of graft." Alleged "connections" between Silver and Poritz have remain undiscussed in the media.)

Alan Feuer, "Lawyers File More Claims of Misconduct in '03 Case," The New York Times, April 13, 2016, p. A23. (Prosecutors are accused of withholding vital exculpatory material evidence in efforts to target John Guica for the murder of a young man from the New Jersey suburbs called: "Mark Fisher." Please see: "New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics" and "Prosecutorial Misconduct" then "John McGill, Esq., the OAE, and New Jersey Corruption.")

Salvador Rizzo, "Agency Criticizes N.J. Tax Lien [Law]: Report Says Two Firms Allowed to Operate With Little Oversight," The Record, May 4, 2016, p. A-1. (Two companies with alleged organized crime affiliations were "authorized by state officials to operate under their own rules [and] have come to dominate a growing and lucrative industry in New Jersey, collecting nearly $1 MILLION in fees last year after arranging online auctions for municipalities selling off their residents' tax liens. ... " Mafia?)

Tom Hays & Larry Neumeister, "Ex-N.Y. Assembly Speaker Gets 12 Years, $1.75 MILLION Fine," The Record, May 4, 2016, p. A-4. ("Sheldon Silver was told Tuesday to forfeit $5.3 million. Character references from New Jersey were plentiful. "The Invicta Watch Company" and "The Invicta Watch Company Caper" then "An Open Letter to Cyrus Vance, Jr., Esq.")

"Lead Testing: Every School Will Check Levels in Water," (Editorial) The Record, May 4, 2016, p. A-10. (You're lucky if lead is all that is found in your New Jersey tap water: steroids, medication, hormones and far worse is often found in New Jersey drinking water. This problem is greater in communities like, you guessed it, Newark and Jersey City.)

Kibret Marcos, "Judge to Rule on Guilty Plea Withdrawal: Ex-Sewer Chief Accused of Corruption," The Record, May 4, 2016, p. L-1. (Kevin Keogh, former supervisor of the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission, is seeking to withdraw his guilty plea to corruption. Was Mr. Keogh a "scapegoat" fronting for mysterious "others" in Trenton? Take another look at the foregoing item.) 

Adam Clark, "Feds Probe Response to Sexual Assaults: An Alleged Victim's Complaint Sparks the Investigation," The Star-Ledger, May 4, 2016, p. 1. (U.S. Department of Education investigators will "look into" allegations of sexual harassment at Monmouth and several other state colleges and universities, including Rutgers and NJIT, where recent student deaths have shocked residents. Some of these victims of sexual abuse were minors at the time of the alleged incidents.)

Claude Brodesser-Akner, "New Mystery: Just Who Has Gov.'s Phone?," The Star-Ledger, May 4, 2016, p. 1. (Is Governor Christie cooperating with investigators and attorneys seeking his cellphone which seems to have disappeared? Has the OAE "cooperated" with efforts to obtain the truth in my matters? Or has the OAE tried to make evidence of their own misconduct "disappear"? Is this New Jersey's legal ethics, Mr. Rabner?)

AP, "Ex-Postal Worker Pleads Guilty in a Scheme," The Star-Ledger, May 4, 2016, p. 7. ("Bosses" in New Jersey establish connections with postal workers and other useful government employees. Jornel Nermin, 26, faces up to 5 years in prison and will forfeit $181,000 for "converting" -- i.e., stealing -- postal service money orders for personal use. How about tax returns? Who was cashing these money orders? How were the funds diverted to different accounts? Local government assistance?)  

Matt Arco, "Fulop Says Norcross Calls Shots on A.C.: South Jersey Exec. Lashes Back, Accusing Mayor of Holding Grudge," The Star-Ledger, May 4, 2016, p. 15. (A.C. is in George E. Norcross's territory. Norcross makes the decisions; politicians obey. This may be very fortunate.)

Susan K. Livio, "Governor Rejects Bill to Restore Aid for Homeless," The Star-Ledger, May 4, 2016, p. 15. (Christie believes the homeless should be stronger than the storms in their lives. N.J. money will continue to go to the wealthiest 2%-4% of the population who really need the help.)

Tom Hayden, "Police Bust Heroin Mill, Seize $500K in Drugs, Arrest 8," The Star-Ledger, May 4, 2016, p. 18. (Elizabeth, New Jersey is famous for child molesters and drug crimes featuring one of the most corrupt police departments in the state. A great deal of cash seems to have disappeared in this arrest. Dario Cameno, 32, a Bob Menendez supporter perhaps, has been charged with racketeering and multiple other offenses.)

Dustin Racioppi, "Christie Says All Schools Will be Tested for Lead: In Shift, Requests $10 Million More in 2017 Budget," The Record, May 3, 2016, p. A-3. (Mandatory testing of school drinking water for lead may lead to new questions about more of the filth in N.J. drinking water, including -- recently -- fecal matter in Essex County.)

John C. Ensslin, "Gender Pay Equity Bill Vetoed Again: Governor Also Rejects 4 Other Measures," The Record, May 3, 2016, p. A-3. (Mr. Christie is against pay equity for women. Does Kim Guardagno agree with the governor? "Trenton's Nasty Lesbian Love-Fest.")

Salvador Rizzo, "Timponi Sworn In to N.J. High Court: Questions Remain Over ELEC Case," The Record, May 3, 2016, p. A-7. (Timponi's approval was "pushed through" and he has been sworn-in, despite being 65 and required to retire at 70, probably all of this has taken place with insufficient scrutiny. New Jersey may come to regret this rushed process. Mysteries surround the question of why there was such urgency about getting Timponi on the court and whether there are now matters that a new majority will be able to "obscure.")

Jeff Green, "Clifton Schools to Slash 45 Jobs: $162 Million Budget Adopted; 22 Teachers Among Cuts," The Record, May 3, 2016, p. L-1. (Clifton, New Jersey, allegedly, one of the happy homes of the mafia and Diana Lisa Riccioli -- this may be redundant! -- is experiencing "difficulties." People's lives are being destroyed and there is less so-called "loyalty" jobs for local bosses to give away. What's the problem, Diana? Is Paramus next?)

Kathleen O'Brien, "Former Exec.: Insurer Underpaid Claims -- Horizon Denies Allegation Made in Civil Lawsuit," The Star-Ledger, May 3, 2016, p. 3. (Fraud, missing funds, people being injured or screwed is nothing new in New Jersey insurance "relationships." For once a carrier is being investigated and will be subject to discovery on these issues. Plaintiffs' lawyers may wish to take notes.) 

Tim Darragh, "Camden: Police Sergeant ADMITS Skirting Bank Rules," The Star-Ledger, May 3, 2016, p. 16. (Atlantic City Police Sergeant Kyria M. Harris of Egg Harbor -- who also admits to being in a relationship with a major drug dealer (female?) -- LIED to the FBI concerning efforts to structure multiple bank transactions to avoid bank reporting requirements. New Jersey's connections between criminals and police make further corruption inevitable.)

Garance Burke & Adrian Sainz, "Migrant Children Kept From Schools: New Jersey Among 14 States Where Would-Be Students Face Barriers or Alternative Programs," The Star-Ledger, May 3, 2016, p. 1. (In a state where BILLIONS are stolen from the public treasury, politicians will deny meaningful educational opportunities to the children of immigrants easing these innocent young people's way to a life of poverty, marginal employment, and crime. This also denies them access to the intellectual life of their society or the opportunity to participate in a meaningful way in elections to decide their own and their families' fate. This is only one more profound injustice produced by the fat cats and thieves currently running America's "Soprano State." Is this what is meant by New Jersey's legal ethics, Mr. Rabner?) 












































































































































































































































  

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