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Folks, I don't have the answer.
GA believes there can be two possible sources:
- One of the parties directly involved in the hospital sale ("leaked").
- The mayor's email account ("diverted")
GA believes an investigation is warranted; questions need to be answered.
Who gave Barracato the 60,000 emails which Mason's "business partner" then gave to The Hoboken Reporter one month before the hospital sale closed? Was the confidentiality agreement between parties illegally breached to undermine the successful sale of a public asset or were emails "diverted" from the Mayor? 60,000 is a lot of email; it would seem to span a period of months, if not years; the City's effort to sell the hospital began in (at least) 2010.
These are questions which GA believes need answers.
According to Barracato's braggadocio these 60,000 improperly obtained emails and the "shit" in them are rockets to launch at the Zimmer administration:
That was October 9, 2011.
Sometime prior to October 30, 2011, Barracato, the "shit"- peddler, brought the "shit" on a disk to the Malibu Diner and gave it to reporter Ray Smith.
Much to the consternation of the "shit"-peddler's associates, Smith's story was "sympathetic."
In other words, the trafficking of 60,000 improperly obtained emails during the sale of the hospital did not produce the "shit"-peddler's desired result.
Thank goodness for Hoboken.
Now, what happened and how does Hoboken prevent it from happening again? That is why this needs to be investigated.