Friday, March 20, 2015

Under Oath- the Sequel


These are true and correct excerpts from sworn certifications filed on June 30 and July 3, 2014.

The certifications were filed as exhibits in support of  Plaintiffs' opposition to my Motion to Compel Plaintiffs To Produce Discovery Ordered on April 25, 2014 or Dismiss or Strike Complaint.

 PLAINTIFF LANE BAJARDI
Plaintiffs' EXHIBIT E-Lane Bajardi certification

WITNESS PERRY KLAUSSEN
Plaintiffs' EXHIBIT H-Perry Klaussen certification

On August 4, 2014, the following were included as exhibits in support of my Motion for Summary Judgment.

At 10:31 AM on November 19, 2010, Perry Klaussen emails Hoboken411 political ghostwriter, Lane "Red Haven" Bajardi "to help out" with a "political year in review piece."


"Red Haven" Bajardi replies 7 minutes later at 10:38 AM.


Who's "the boss"?

Eenie... meenie... miney... moe

On March 22, 2011, Perry Klaussen emails his political ghostwriter, Lane "Red Haven" Bajardi.


At 4:47 AM on May 2, 2011, Hoboken411 emailed Lane "Red Haven" Bajardi: 


At 3:52 AM on June 28, 2011, Perry Klaussen emails Lane "Red Haven" Bajardi.   "Red Haven"  replies at 11:47 AM.


Rattle rattle rattle.  Red Haven's shaking his tin cup.

At 12:47 PM, Klaussen responds.


Well folks, you get the idea.

Based on these email documents, a reasonable person would believe that Klaussen's ability to compensate Bajardi for his ghostwriting correlated with Hoboken411's revenue stream from ads.  For example, ads bought by businesses like City Bistro ,Lua, and political ads from candidates like  Beth Mason.    A reasonable person might also believe the beneficiaries of a healthy ad revenue stream would be Perry Klaussen and the political ghostwriter he offers "monetary compensation" to, Lane "Red Haven" Bajardi.

Which may explain why Klaussen asks Lane Bajardi for his "thoughts" and "advice" on advertising strategy.

23 comments:

  1. $ounds reasonable to me.

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  2. Massive Load ReportedMarch 20, 2015 at 1:07 PM

    Beth, send Gumby with the double-wide shit-wagon to downtown Park ASAP. Looks like a car-load of twinkles and burritos exploded.

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  3. Does Mr. Klaussen know what $200 large means?

    He could and willingly pay Mr. Bajardi $200,000?

    We have not stopped laughing.

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  4. So Lane wanted money from KuKluxKlaussen who was looking to shake down local Hoboken businesses? Lane also wanted to continue some other business partner type discussions with Perry Klaussen?

    Wow, these guys were in together deep. How many emails did you get between Hoboken411 and Lane "I'm not a political operative" again?

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    1. 9,000 emails (approx) between Plaintiffs and Klaussen.

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    2. They handed these emails over and still signed those sworn certifications???

      Or did they sign those first not thinking they would have to give up all these emails? Cause if its the former I would questions the legal advice they received. I am not sure if it was a particularly good idea to hand over all of these incredible emails and pursue the case in the way they did. May have been time to pack it in back then.

      And on a side note I want to thank you and Horse for these daily updates. I hope they go until November

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    3. Yes, they did. The Bajardis produced 24,395 docs on May 16, and 24,694 docs on July 1, 2014.

      The certifications in support of Plaintiffs' motion were filed with the Court after both email dumps.

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    4. Not only does it appear that the Bejardis and Klaussen may have committed perjury, Bajardi's lawyers may have committed a crime as well. Knowledge of the content of the discovery can be attributed to the attorneys who produce it, so a pretty good argument can be made that the attorneys involved committed the criminal offense of subornation of perjury:

      "The criminal offense of procuring another to commit perjury, which is the crime of lying, in a material matter, while under oath."

      Any chance the judge will make any criminal referrals?

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    5. RE:Certifications of Perry Klaussen, Lane Bajardi, Kim Cardinal Bajardi

      http://www.ehow.com/list_6011321_perjury-penalties-state-new-jersey.html

      FALSE SWEARING-NJ

      If a person lies under oath in a context other than an official proceeding -- for example, when preparing a sworn affidavit -- he is guilty of "false swearing," a lesser crime under the perjury statute. False swearing can also be charged if a person makes willfully inconsistent statements under oath. An example would be a person who makes a statement under oath that she saw one person steal a car, then says under oath that she saw someone else do it. Prosecutors need not prove which statement is false, only that one of the statements must be false, and that she knew it was false when she delivered it under oath. False swearing is a fourth-degree offense.

      SUBORNING PERJURY-NJ

      Trying to get someone else to lie under oath is known as suborning perjury, and under New Jersey law, it is considered a form of witness tampering. In most cases, it is a third-degree offense.

      First degree -- 10 to 20 years in prison and a fine up to $200,000.
      Second degree -- 5 to 10 years in prison and a fine up to $150,000.
      Third degree -- 3 to 5 years in prison and a fine up to $15,000.
      Fourth degree -- up to 18 months in prison and a fine up to $10,000.

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    6. I'd love to see them get jail time.

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  5. I like the last one: " This may affect what I choose to publish for them" The charges -considering the reach"....

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  6. The Bajardi's lawyer doesn't seem to know the rules.

    NJ COURTS- RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

    http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/rules/apprpc.htm#P1045_114493

    RPC 8.4 MISCONDUCT

    It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to:

    (a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another;

    (c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation;

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  7. Maybe the lawyer will get sanctioned along with the bajardis and klaussen.

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  8. perry the deadbeat, two months behind on rent and utilities...i guess 411 is indeed a thriving website with a $1 million price tag, huh?

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  9. In your boss graphic, Kim's the only one not smilng. She didn't get her $2million?

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    1. 2 million dollars! Think of the Twinkies that could have bought

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  10. Boy, That Lane Bacardi is one UGLY Human INSIDE and OUT. Not nice to make fun of peoples physical deformities but he made fun of folks for years.

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    1. 2 wrongs don't make a right. you are a better person than that. we are not like THEM. leave it as ugly on the INSIDE.

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    2. oh please Mother theresa

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  11. It appears this lawsuit was handled by Ricky Mason, Beth Mason and her minions just as badly as all their other political stunts. An utter chaotic shit show. These people are so delusional and disorganized .Imagine if they ran city hall?

    Poor Lane, first Beth loses twice, Peter goes to jail and there's nobody to ride in the SUV with to swearing in ceremonies and now he loses this

    All his revenue sources from politics poof! Gone ! Bye Lane

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  12. The prosecutor can decide whether or not to pursue all of these perjurers, but there are so many clear examples it may be hard for them to ignore. No one ever believed that anyone associated with this insidious group of scofflaws was trustworthy, but now there's evidence of their contempt for the court too.

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  13. Word is that that the dark side has launched a diversion campaign to try to take the spotlight off all this negative fallout from the failed trial.

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    1. Let me guess. R-A-V-I.

      $100 waived fine vs. Mount Everest of Corruption: Barracato's 60,000 stole email, the mayor's stolen email in Lane Bajardi's Inbox, Barracato paid for the Nazi truck in CASH plus $500 "hush money..." and much, much, more.

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