Monday, July 27, 2015

Garcia's Lawsuit(s) cost Hoboken Taxpayers $150,000

GA is a white citizen with freckles, in Hoboken's 6th Ward.

Holy smokes!  

Citizens of the 6th Ward: whites, non-whites, whitishes, milky whites, ghostly whites, whites who are sunburned, speckled and jaundiced, GA has an announcement to make.

Hoboken taxpayers have paid the $150,000 deductible for the legal defense of Mayor Zimmer against Carmelo Garcia's THREE versions of his 'ethnic cleansing' lawsuit(s).

That's right.

Carmelo Garcia filed his first 'orginial' complaint on August 12, 2013.

Garcia filed his "Amended complaint" on January 23, 2014.

He  filed his "Second Amended Complaint" on April 7, 2015.

The City of Hoboken has been defending Mayor Zimmer against Carmelo Garcia's claims for 714 days (filing date to present).

Wow. 

In 714 days Carmelo Garcia could not work out his dispute with the Mayor and others amicably wihout hurting Hoboken taxpayers?

Don't forget, federal tax dollars from the HHA have paid to defend our HHA Commisioners thrown into Garcia's 'ethnic cleansing' lawsuit(s).

Carmelo Garcia has taken Hoboken taxpayers to the CLEANERS with his THREE ethnically and racially charged complaints against the Mayor of Hoboken, her husband, and HHA Commissioners.

GA will have more on this.

In the meantime, 860 voters from the 6th Ward turned out to vote in 2011.  Every one of these  households paid into defending this "ethnic cleansing" trio of complaints with their tax dollars.

Personally, GA doesn't understand WHY Garcia thinks 6th Ward voters want to elect a PLAINTIFF to serve on Hoboken's legislative body with DEFENDANTS in his "ethnic cleansing" lawsuit, and with a Mayor who is also a DEFENDANT whom he has accused of THIS:


If Garcia couldn't resolve his dispute with the Mayor, et. al. amicably without hurting Hoboken taxpayers, how can he work with others on Hoboken's governing body?

20 comments:

  1. Scurrilous race baiting and scandalous hate based politics can and have proved very lucrative to those individuals who have little or no ethics.

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  2. A lot of "white" people who like the mayor live in that ward.

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    1. Those "white" people must vote for that Jen girl then.

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    2. Councilwoman Jen Giattino has done a great job for the Sixth Ward and Hoboken, she is well liked and respected.

      Also a lot of rational, intelligent people who despise Carmelo Garcia and his filthy tactics live in that ward.

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  3. Why doesn't he pee on the mayor's door and call it a day?

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  4. Those were the good old days. When disputes were settled with harassing phone calls and urinating on doors. Lane Bajardi should have pissed on GA's door and saved himself the $280k.

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    1. phone calls and pee pee... thats what I call a KILLER COMBO.

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    2. LOL anon at 6:52 pm. Zing!

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  5. Garcia's a drag on the whole ticket. Ruben, Russo, Castellano, Murray... and the lawsuit guy.

    What a KILLER COMBO.

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    1. Brian Murry is running?

      All scrub a dub dub in the tub together no bottle of mr bubbles big enough will remove the filth.

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  6. Any chance the city can get him to pick up the tab for this massive waste of money?

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    1. It would be great if the judge could hit Carmelo for the defendants legal fees and sanctions (for filing a frivolous lawsuit) exactly like Bajardis got hit. Can't wait for the trial.

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  7. The Carmelo TicketJuly 27, 2015 at 9:11 PM

    Carmelo Garcia is doing great things for Hoboken. He's already proven he can do great things for NJ and he will do the same for the sixth ward.

    Oh yeah, turn over the money. Show Carmelo the Money!

    The sixth ward voters better vote for Carmelo or he'll sue you all?

    Signed,
    The Carmelo Ticket for Hoboken & the law offices of Louie the shakedown Zygote

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  8. Hard to run on "fiscal responsibility" when you are throwing the taxpayer's money down a hole like Carmelo's litigation. Harder still to argue the point that the HHA board didn't do the right thing in removing Garcia. A 180 degree turnaround in finances and responsiveness followed.

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  9. Fired by HHA, fired (for all intents and purposes) from the State Assembly by Stack, dealings investigated by HUD, secretly records conversations with colleagues, wastes taxpayer money with frivolous litigation against the city...forget about any personal dislike against the guy, how on earth could any rational, objective person vote for him with that kind of track record? It's beyond comprehension, but in a world where Donald Trump leads in the presidential primary polls, I guess any kind of fantasy is entertained nowadays.

    I don't live in the 6th but feel obligated to campaign for Jen. She doesn't need my help to win, but I feel an obligation to shine a very bright light on Garcia and let his actions and track record speak for itself. Count me in, and I don't need $40 to do it.

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    1. You can, you will, watch you! (campaign for Jen)

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  10. Um....

    Upperly mobile? UPPERLY MOBILE!?!?! THAT'S NOT A WORD!!!

    Is that really what his complaint says? How ignorant!!!!!

    He apparently needs to know that the evil he's fighting are the UPWARDLY mobile. And is he saying that Italians, Hispanics and African Americans are not, or cannot be, upwardly mobile too? And is there something wrong, or un-American about being upwardly mobile?

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    1. LOL, good one PlanetDan, I didn't read closely enough to catch that, haaaaaaaa! That is classic Carmelo, what a nitwit.

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  11. PlanetDan - Let me translate the law-suit for you"

    "These upperly mobile white individuals are educated and empathetic. Furthermore, they aren't like the other white individuals that used to rent in this town and leave for the suburbs. These white individuals are staying, raising families here, and asking questions. My "old guard" friends of various ethnic decent do not like these questions. We used to be able to pilfer the public coffers, dole out patronage jobs like candy and assign rent restricted apartments for life to our friends. We also got to completely neglect and disenfranchise the residents in the HHA but offering them $40 every election to vote us into office, so we could continue to improve our personal station in life, while keeping our foot firmly on their throats."
    "These white individuals aren't open to be participating in theft, voter fraud, harassment, etc. We do not know how to speak to these "white individuals" intelligently but they don't seem to be leaving and that is bad for me and my no good, sack of sh!t buddies."

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