Saturday, April 11, 2015

"Has Chief Falco been made aware...The police should find out who these people are"


(1)  Does a Hoboken resident who believes there are real "threats" posted online call an out-of-town (Weehawken) political operative to ask if Hoboken's Chief of Police is "aware" of the alleged threats?  Or would an honest person (not a pathological liar) who believes the "threats" are real dial the police herself?
    
GA believes a reasonable person would answer (1) No and (2) Yes.

(2)  Is the Hoboken resident's mind firing on all cylinders, is she a major drama queen or is this a frivolous allegation by a member of one political faction to use law enforcement to identify members of the other political faction? 

It is GA's non-actionable opinion and belief the answers to the above are (1) No  (2) Yes  and (3) Yes.

(3)  Is such a person likely to use the courts to make frivolous allegations in order to identify members of the opposing political faction, chill online speech of that opposing faction and shut down web sites run by members of that opposing faction?

GA has a reasonable basis to believe she already DID.

 See alleged "threats" at: http://patch.com/new-jersey/hoboken/hoboken-to-declare-bankruptcy 
  

"The police should find out who these people are."

The use of the HPD by political partisans, political operatives and elected officials to advance the agenda of any political faction is a matter of public interest and public concern. 

14 comments:

  1. Had to be the chief, right tubby? Why don't you load up your truck load of pretensions and head back to Minnesota

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  2. Cardinal seems comfortable with idea the HPD goes after reformers, like its perfectly natural and normal to call political operatives who then have their police contacts identify the authors of blog comments for her. This is sick stuff, the bogus "threats", the use of the HPD and the courts to attack speech they don't like. Kim Cardinal whined to the NJT until they painted over the mushroom cloud on Observer Hwy.... Kim whines to Baracato about "threats" to get the police to investigate blog commenters. Out of control.

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    1. That's EXACTLY what Mason did to Horsey...a bogus assault complaint to the HPD. Trial is May 28.

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  3. I go back and forth on which one of these two deplorable human beings is worse. One day it's Lane with his vile city council attacks and secret life as a fomenter of various hatreds. The next day it's Kim with her incredible phoniness, hiding behind a veneer of gentility while praying for the failure of the hospital and the destruction of the city.

    Today (subject to change without notice) I think Kim is worse. I think (subject to change without notice) that Lane knew on some level that he was being a shit and just enjoyed it. Kim actually convinces herself that calling down the rapture on her enemies is the Christian thing to do. She's the northern version of a televangelist creep robbing the poor and indigent to buy tv time and telling himself God loves him for it.

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  4. Each day I'm more amazed Jonathan Cohen litigated this to trial. Cohen was responsible to know the contents of the Bajardi's email discovery, thus suborned perjured certifications from Plaintiff and Perry Klaussen. I hope all Defendants have included Cohen in their fee demands.

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  5. Side note: How is it that the Falco's, Ferrante's and many others are able to live in low-income housing when the low income limit in New Jersey is under $34,000.? Why are taxpayers subsidizing people who earn six figure salaries and who save so much on rent they can afford shore homes? Is that the intention of subsidies?

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    1. It's all okay now. Dawn supports Ferrante living in MV Plaza, he gets her votes there. Move along... nothing to see here ladies and gents... nothing to see

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  6. I hope Cohen loses his job. He's the reason these people were able to drag out the litigation as long as they did. The other firm dumped them.

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    1. His insurance company can't be happy with the mess he has left them to defend. The lawyers will try to make the best of a bad situation. But they will have to report to the carrier that Cohen allowed himself to be an expression of his clients' hatreds and let that trump all professional considerations that were his obligations as an officer of the court. The litigation was utterly without merit and conducted in an egregiously abusive manner not only towards the defendants but to all other litigators and defense witnesses. Which is to say, Cohen has done everything in his power to make people want a piece of his hide.

      That is all going to come out on the record and find its way into a publicly available written opinion together with incontrovertible support documentation. Much like the discovery documents Cohen thoughtlessly released which have resulted in the ruined social status of his clients (and their friends) and may do further harm should employers, as is now standard industry practice, perform due diligence on their employee's google profiles. 1010WINS, for one, can ill-afford to be associated with the author of the 'jew-baiting' blood diamonds posts that were cited. Since that time, there have been a dozen other articles that show Bajardi to be the vilest of scorched earth political operatives. If he loses his job under those circumstances, finding another in the local market will be nearly impossible. That event too will be charged to Cohen's account. In the most ironic of ironies, Cohen will have brought about the irredeemable social and professional harm that his litigation sought to blame on others.

      At a minimum Jonathan Z Cohen should think about changing his name, because the one he has is going to be synonymous with mud.

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    2. If there's an insurance company involved, they won't allow Cohen to rep the Bajardis against defendants' fee demands, They'll fight tooth and nail to protect themselves from loss and from liability in a SLAPP back. Cohen probably has representation but in this case, who knows.

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  7. in the fanfic version of "the bajardi files", the twist ending would be the final scene when it's revealed that cohen was secretly hired by a mysterious reform figure who double-crossed the plaintiffs and masons into giving up all the embarrassing emails.

    in reality, though, the truth is indeed stranger than fiction.

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  8. Truth is far stranger than fiction in "the Berjerkoff files," with an out to lunch, heavily medicated and liquored up Beth Mason standing idly by as her out of town fish calls the shots in a swan song litigation as Ricky obliviously stands by watching the hundreds of thousands of dollars grease the SLAPP.

    The partners at Wachtell Lipton must be loving how this is playing out. You know the conversation has already happened. Rumors about Beloved Beth not being so beloved with the fallout will turn out true. Whether she is exiled to room no. 6 in the eleven room inn would only be a cherry on top of the fun sundae.

    Watch what happens. Remember Beth no matter how bad it gets, it's going to get immeasurably worse. Karma is a bigger bitch then you. Keep that bathroom lid up, there's more blowing chunks coming your way.

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    1. I have visions of the failed Masons, sequestered in an empty hotel with a manual typewriter and a bigwheel tricycle.

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    2. And a screech monkey in livery. Beth would insist on a "classy" screech monkey after all.

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