How far is too far to go in suing an opponent who is on a different political side than you are, and is it going too far if you, yourself, are the ghostwriter of years of Hoboken411 political articles with your own posts under admitted screen names: Red Haven, 4thWardGuardian, xyzpdq, Mark on Park, Night Watchman, Wakeup07030 and MarkLower that number in the hundreds?
Is such a person going too far to file a defamation suit against those whom he has been savaging for years under screen names, in ghostwritten articles on Hoboken411 and publicly at the City Council? Of course, there are the 50,000+ emails that Plaintiffs turned over to Defendants, which include but are not limited to: 9,000 emails (approx) to/from Perry Klaussen- with subjects like: "I think I got Pincus Kicked Off the Zoning Board Tonight," 7,000 (approx) to/from Beth Mason, 4,000 (approx) to/from Ricky Mason, 30,000 (approx) to/from Sara Stojkovic, 2,500 (approx) to/from James Barracato and hundreds to/from Ines Garcia Keim. Did I mention emails referencing The Hoboken Reporter?
Then there are the emails discovered in the massive post-discovery email dump(s) which are direct proofs of truth of allegedly-defamatory statements.
Thank goodness, other media are reporting the facts as they are. Will they report the rest of the story?
The New York Post published this article at 10:41PM last night: