|left panel: Mason's * videographer filming at the ZBA. Camera is in his lap. right panel: ZBA film used in Nazi Truck video. Note camera angle.|
Did you know that Beth Mason's been sending her * personal videographer with Not-Perry to Zoning Board meetings now since last March? (Not-Perry looks like Perry Belfiore's decoy- if he had one.)
Well, GA knew they were there for nefarious purposes, to collect stock footage for 'use later'. I figured I'd pop up somewhere; on Hoboken411 or in a print ad, but never on a truck.
Yes, the provenance of the Nazi truck video seems to lead to Beth Mason.
Because in my almost 3 years of service, no one has ever filmed a meeting that I attended except for Beth Mason's * videographer. (Martin Scorsese may have filmed one in my absence.) When I finally watched the video yesterday (forcibly) I couldn't believe it- that the Nazi truck video was filmed by the very same guy who films City Council meetings...
and BoE meetings...
and criminal harassment trials of Mason Civic League employee Matt Calicchio...
and Mason's * videographer taped Mayor Zimmer's deposition for Hoboken411 in the case of William Campbell vs. the City of Hoboken...
Mason's * videographer's (M*V) first showed up to film the Zoning Board on March 27, 2012. He stayed about 2 hours- enough time for a bounty of stock footage- and left. He's been a regular at my meetings since. Shoots about 2 hours of film and leaves. Comes and goes.
While other 'clues' about the video point in the same direction, the usage of M*V video on the Nazi truck is a fingerprint. That is privately obtained and owned video.
I urge the press to ask Councilwoman Mason how her *videographer's film ended up on a truck with swastikas parked at a school.
|CLUE: The SAME graphic juxtaposition created by Lane Bajardi for his Dec 15, 2010 City Council attack on me appears on the Nazi truck video. Another graphic Bajardi brought to the City Council AND BoE in April 2010 appears on the Nazi truck video.|
While you ask her that, don't forget to ask:
- How much the Move Forward campaign is paying to use her 1200 Washington Street gallery space for their campaign headquarters?
- Does that in-kind contribution to Move Forward meet Hoboken's Pay-to-Play ordinace?
- Is the Gallery still funded by her 501(c)(3), the Mason Civic league, Inc.? If so, does she know that tax-exempt, non-profits can't host political campaigns (Move Forward) nor employ political operatives?
- What was your $7,117.05 in-kind contribution to Move Forward really used for?
And have you read the response of Hoboken's two rabbis to this historic usage of swastikas and Nazi iconography in a political campaign?
Read it here.