Tuesday, March 24, 2015
"He comes to many meetings...Beware" (*NEW TITLE)
At 6:44 PM on August 23, 2010, Lane "Red Haven" Bajardi emailed Hoboken411:
Oh dear, a (potential) rat-posting!
At 7:16 PM Hoboken411 replies:
Phew, not a rat, but what about the posting?
"Both are essentially in violation of the rules..." ZAP! All gone!
So, pro- Zimmer posts "violate" the rules. What happens to rats?
They get sued. This rat is "Defendant No. 3" in Bajardi v Pincus.
Speaking of Pincus...
Rats must be stopped.
At 1:00 AM on November 16, 2010 Lane "rat-catcher" Bajardi emails Hoboken411:
At 2:13 AM, Lane "Red Haven" Bajardi sends his "fresh story" to Hoboken411.
Thanks for using the "horrible picture!"
As rats go, GA must be special, because on November 20, 2010:
See? Sara Stojkovic (whom GA had never met) had her father get "new Pincus info out" to the Director of Anti-Defamation League of NJ, Etzion Neurer. Dad even invited Neuer to lunch...
rat-catching is a family affair! Or as Stojkovic put it: "HA HA!"
If Dad reads this, I hope you had a nice lunch with Etzion- "HA HA!"
So that's how they did it.
Hoboken411 was a primary source of opposition research on Zimmer supporters and/or Beth Mason critics- the "rats." Our posts were deleted, we were banned, and our personal registration information was shared with the rat-catchers.
Then MSV, GA and Patch came along, and with it a galaxy of new "rats."
The obsessed rat-catchers could no longer control online political speech; they could not delete, moderate, ban, or otherwise stop you and I from expressing our First Amendment-protected speech. They could not access our identities to subject us to opposition research and Lane Bajardi's ghostwritten attacks on Hoboken411. The obsessed rat-catchers convinced themselves that City Hall was directing MSV and GA.
Enter, Bajardi v Pincus. It was supposed stop the rats, identify them and, nail the Zimmer administration.
How did it work out, rat-catchers?