Folks, the person who wrote the subject Facebook post has contacted me with a request to take it down; you see, it was posted under a private- not public setting and someone with access sent me the screenshot.
GA respects the person's wishes, and we had a nice exchange- no harm, no foul.
As I told the person, that post resonated with GA because it spoke to the Bajardis' claims of "reputational injury" for which they demanded "permanent injunctive relief." (kaching kaching) At trial, Lane Bajardi did not produce a single witness to speak to his claim of reputational injury. Instead he produced what one attorney wrote in his fee application, "a gallery of felons."
Here is what Bajardi produced on his September 3, 2014 certification to the Court, opposing Defendants' Motions ofr Summary Judgment- a claim that Phil Cohen doesnt like me any more because of Ms Pincus....
Did Phil Cohen ever like Lane Bajardi? I believe that can be answered with a 2-letter word.
Speaking of damages... remember Lane's diarrhea? His inflamed intestines? And achy head? You know, the Bajardis' claims for "intentional infliction of emotional distress?"
Here is how it was worded in the Bajardi lawsuit:
Here is Bajardi itemizing his 'evidence' for his "emotional distress" claim in his September 3, 2014 sworn certification:
I wouln't pay a penny for a bucket of Lane Bajardi's diarrhea, much less $2,000,000.
See below a Facebook post forwarded by a GA reader.
For the record, I don't know this person, never met him/her and hear that he/she is not a Reformer, nor involved in Hoboken politics, and a sometime critic of Mayor Zimmer.
GA will have more later on the 'historic' Hoboken Reporter article, "Payback."