Thursday, April 9, 2015

GA's Breakfast Nuggets Episode #1

Tastes like chicken.


Today GA launches a new feature:"GA's Breakfast Nuggets."

These nuggets taste like crap and will upset your stomach.  But they are the sunniest nuggets in Hoboken (also served over at MSV).  These nuggets shine bright light on dark machinations that worked to aid one political faction against the other faction, in secret, sometimes using taxpayer-funded resources, always using political operatives and a tainted cyber-tabloid for messaging.  Behind it all were elected officials.  One in particular has a wealthy husband keeping the Brinks truck fully loaded. 

GA presents these nauseating nuggets as a matter of public interest and public concern, in hopes for better, honest and transparent government in Hoboken, moving forward.

NUGGET #1:
Ever wonder about those Hoboken411 overnight "exclusives" on civil and criminal complaints- complete with actual police reports, published way too soon to have been obtained by OPRA?

An incident was reported by a Kids First school Board Trustee on March 4, 2010.

On March 5, 2010, the HPD  emails Perry Klaussen... in turn Klaussen forwards the material to Lane "not an operative" Bajardi.  

POLICE REPORT ATTACHMENT
Def Pincus' MSJ Exhibit:  BAJARDI_00036965.pdf



NUGGET #2

On October 7, 2012, Beth Mason political operative, Weehawken resident James Barracato  (the one who obtained "60,000 emails between Zimmer/HMHA and the Buyer" during the hospital sale) emails Sara Stojkovic.

Notice the "we" Barracato refers to.  Who were they?     

A reasonable person might ask: why is an imbecile from Weehawken interfering with the operations of Hoboken government?


Now if that didn't give you indigestion, then you have an iron stomach.

22 comments:

  1. Is it legal for the PD to send out reports like that? It is certainly immoral and reprehensible but can the person be fired for doing so?

    It looks like from the quote in the PD person's email that this was a regular thing.

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    1. Did you ever try to get a copy of a police report?

      I asked for one after Augie Torres wrote that Beth Mason, Tim Occhipinti and Lane Bajardi had filed a poice complaint against me in AUgust 2011 for my post: Dear FBI Letter No. 4. They played the ever-popular "threat" card.

      So, I tried to geta copy of the police report and was told none existed.

      Guess what? Lane Bajardi and Kim Cardinal Bajardi produced one during the litigation!

      Was I lied to? Or was a police report "obtained" for the Bajardis? Who knows. But Hoboken411 apparently had no problem getting them- especially involving Reformers.

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  2. Why protect the identity of the police officer who shared this information. His information should be shared for all to see so people can take this information to the new Chief and this officer can be fired.

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    1. Fired? Surely you jest!

      The mayors emails were stolen and the police have done nothing. Why would this be? Could they be incriminated I some way? Duh.

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  3. You have the report no. OPRA it and do it yourself. The problem is not one officer, it is a rotten system. There are more like this in the 50,000 emails. That is the point, not to fire or scapegoat one guy and pretend the problem is fixed.

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  4. I had a filed a police report after someone hit my car - they laughed in my face when I showed up to pick it up. I went 3 times, no report.

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    1. Maybe Klaussen has it.

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    2. LOL Maybe. I'd write him, but I don't need it anymore.

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  5. what a bunch of jagoffs, seriously. lane ordering perry around like he's the editor of that crappy blog site (and perry following obediently like a good lapdog), and barracato with all his 2-3 sentence pronouncement emails that in retrospect never amount to squat. they are all living in fantasyland, bunch of friggin' self-important small-town losers.

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  6. "Get read for a war!" What a not-ready for primetime doosh bag Barracatto is. what's his hold over Mason anyway? does he serve her his mini-cocktail frank when Rickys at the office?

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    2. Anon @ 8:30 pm nailed it. Word is BM pays $150k off the books plus whatever he skims for himself. Mason is business partner, a bar is a cash business and way to move unreported $$$.

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  7. Chief Ferrante: We always knew the dept was ROTTEN. Emails like this, simple requests for copies of police reports that were made in person but more then likely thrown in the trash, NUMEROUS police harassment accounts, Police brutality cases. MAKE IT STOP. That snot nose doofus Mecka Det.? How did that happen? Enter sarcasm. Those pizza cocaine hustling cops sons of Big Benny are rotten. To. The. Core. Change up the front desk and have those lucifer loving pigs out shoveling dog shit. There are many more that need to be carefully monitored and reigned in. They are a cancer to this town.

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    1. I hope this means Ferrante reads this site. It will give him some of the unfiltered taxpayer (people who pay everyone's salary) opinion he should be hearing.

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    2. Ferrante is paid 160,000 a year his significant other makes about 60,000 in city hall and soon another 50,000 plus benefits as an Assemblywoman. Living in Marineview Plaza Affordable Housing.
      Ferret's Father is said to be head of security at MVP.
      Does anyone think he's going to upset those well paid jobs and cushy life?
      Zimmer is around for 2 more years maybe another 4
      The New Chief may have delivered MV for Zimmer once or twice, now she is delivering for the chief.
      I'd be shocked if there's much change other than chasing homeless people away from Marine View's steps

      This isn't reform, this is a mirage

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  8. We know who that cop is and he retired.

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  9. The implied collusion between the HPD and 411, where the cops correctly saw 411 as being anti-reform and the right place to leak information, is really disturbing.

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  10. Someone should request a formal investigation of the hoboken police dept. accordingly. Even if this person is retired, his pension can be reduced if he committed a criminal act. This should be a lesson for all police officers with relationships with the Russo clan...

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  11. I once overheard a citizen with a legitimate complaint ask a Hoboken police officer where he should file a complaint. "Contact Hoboken 411" was the officer's reply.

    I've also had to file a police report and when I asked for a copy, I was told I'd have file an OPRA request for a copy - of a complaint I had made myself!

    There is no means by which a citizen can complain about a police officer in Hoboken. That's something Ferrante should focus on, instead of harassing the homeless.

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    1. Same here. Only my OPRA returned zilch. The report mysteriously popped up in the dismissed Bajardi lawsuit.

      Unlike Anon at 11:26 AM, I believe Ferrante will make an effort to change the culture over there.

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  12. xyzpdq = Lane = total dirtbagApril 11, 2015 at 8:48 AM

    Anyone else notice that comment 3 on that Minutillo 411 article is Lane mocking Tony's dwarfism? He sued people for suggesting dyfs should be contacted about the kind of home his child is growing up in. Sounds like a lovely place.

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