Thursday, March 26, 2015

Lying under Oath Returns


On May 15, 2014, Plaintiff Lane Bajardi certified his answers to the interrogatories he was served in discovery:



On July 16, 2014, Plaintiff Lane Bajardi was deposed under oath.



On or before July 1, 2014 the following responsive email documents were produced by Plaintiffs.

This email exchange took place on June 2, 2008:

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This email exchange took place on May 21 2009.

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The lies keep piling up, don't they?

18 comments:

  1. Hmmmm, so Jolly Roger is someone that Sara would be in a position to know his whereabouts. I wonder who that could possibly be. I wonder if it's Branko?

    And Lane under oath said he didn't know who Jolly Roger was, but knew enough to know that Sara could give him a location.

    I thought they'd lie under oath, I just didn't think that they'd turn over evidence of it to the defense.

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    1. Isn't he from Bosnia ?

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  2. The lies are rolling in more and more every day!!!

    And well this doesn't paint the secondary couple of lunacy in the best light either. At first it looked like just the Mrs. was involved but now the hubby too?

    Keep the reveals coming GA!! And God bless you and yours

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    1. Thank you, dear Anon!

      Please folks, keep in mind that the issue is a frivolous lawsuit and perjury - evidence did not show Mr. Jolly was not involved in their political operations or the lawsuit. We are all commenters, probably most partisan one way or another. Free speech all around, over here and at the slime pit.

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    2. Good point. Another obvious lie under oath is the story here. They sure are piling up in that department.

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  3. Objection. The negative characterization of lying is harmfulifying to my clients. Your honor we ask going forward to use commonly used substitute terms: alternative truth, ex-reality based fact rendering, non-occurring potential outcome. Any of those is fine.

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  4. Apart from Mason on live stream council meetings, I haven't seen any of these people on the street, has anyone else? Many involved have kids and this sad legacy will live on and follow them to future employers, future schools for their children, future spouses and future communities when they finally leave Hoboken, which can't happen soon enough.

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    1. I haven't seen or heard a word out of any of Team Mason since the SLAPP suit got dismissed. Maybe they think it will all just go away if they stick their heads in the sand.

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    2. It's not going away. I hear defendants applied for attorneys fees from Lane and Kim.

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    3. Oh snap! That just sounded like a pool stick crack over someone's head. That doesn't sound good for anyone associated with the Mason cabal in this case.

      Is it true it could impact Beth's nail and hair allowance and her "civic" activities? What a shame.

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    4. NJ courts rarely grant fees, they may have to recover on a SLAPP back.

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    5. NJ courts rarely grant directed verdicts either. There's nothing normal here. Comparing it to normal cases is erroneous.

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  5. Lane bosses Perry "Sara should be admonished" then writes a paragraph for hm admonishing Smarty. Lane sure wears the pants, treats Perry like he's his bitch!

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  6. It's pretty obvious that Bajardi knew full well that "JollyRoger," who if I recall him correctly was a seriously nasty poster who directed his venom mostly toward Dawn Zimmer and Michael Lenz, was Sara's husband Branko. As arrogant, patronizing and nasty as Jolly was, though, I always thought the comments were well within legally permissible limits - it was legally protected free speech just like the speech of GA, Horsey and the others. In that sense Branko S did nothing wrong.

    And unlike Bajardi's other false statements, saying he didn't know "for sure" who it was doesn't strike me as rising to the level of perjury.

    A more interesting issue is that the mistaken perception that Jolly was Jim Vance did severe damage to Mr. Vance's reputation. As I recall, Mr, Vance was a close associate of Mrs. Sara.

    I wonder whether Mr. Vance had any idea the Sara family was using him as cover without an apparent care in the world about the damage they were doing to his good name.

    If I were Jim, I'd be pretty pissed off since Mr. Vance's reputation in many quarters suffers to this day.

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    1. They threw Vance under the bus big time. He never dreamed how duplicitous they all were. I'm not nominating the guy for sainthood. But he had no notion of what a nest of vipers he was in.

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    2. Vance is no saint. You think he didn't enjoy the SLAPP? At a public party not long after that Mason crap became public, Vance openly and very publicly pronounced his hopes that Horsey would be bankrupted by it.

      MSV had not a single allegation against it but he wanted the absolute worst for him and all the people in the SLAPP. So let's not get carried away here with which viper is better.

      He may not have been an intimate to all the slimey political operations of the Mason snakes but he knew enough and he sided with the snakes.

      Vance moved on tonly when after years it dawned on him Beth Mason would deliver nothing for Hoboken. He's tried since to force the Hoboken Vets to move their memorial (they rejected the idea and any claim he speaks for them) for a Sinatra Drive Plan. He suffers from a belief he and a self-anointed few should hold veto power on all changes on the Hoboken waterfront.

      That's all very nice and perfectly legitimate from a point of advocacy but sainthood? Please, stop the bullshit. This is a reform website not a Hoboken revisionism website aka Hoboken411. Oh yeah, Jim Vance had nothing to say about the fascist censorship there too.

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  7. Lane Bacardi has a High School Diploma! I find that hilarious. Here's a guy who was the most pompous, snotty and condescending guy ever to enter Hoboken politics.

    His underachieving life must eat at him 24/7

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    1. So did my dad. Some of the biggest dopes I know have advanced degrees. Institutions can't create character from a desert.

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