Thursday, August 13, 2015

Earwitness Rumor SPECIAL REPORT


SPECIAL REPORT:  Earwitnesses with contacts in the Mason camp have told GA this astonishing Earwitness rumor:
The Bajardis are on their own. No more assistance from the Masons.
Wow.

For those of us with a reasonable basis to believe that Lane Bajardi "did not have the resources to fight a protracted legal battle," such as the 929-day Bajardi v Pincus, these are Bajardi's own words:



For those of us who have a reasonable basis to believe that Lane Bajardi's cash reserves were so low, he needed to "focus on revenue-generating opportunities" for fear he would "end up dipping into [his] 401K," these are Bajardis own words:


Then, 6 months and 25 days later, on February 8, 2012, Lane Bajardi emails "Attorney Intro.doc" to Beth Mason's chief political operative, James Barracato.

Bajardi writes: "Let me know if this is an acceptable format... I realize that going with an attorney who Ricky and Beth are comfortable with is key."

For those of us with a reasonable basis to believe that  Lane Bajardi, lacking his own "unlimited" resources to fight a "protracted legal battle," planned "a protracted legal battle" with Ricky and Beth Mason's "unlimited resources," the emails are convincing.

For those of us with a reasonable basis to believe that Lane Bajardi coordinated the planning and content for his "protracted legal battle" directly with Beth Mason's chief operative, the emails are indisputable evidence.



 Who paid for 929-days of this massive, multi-state, 68-motion, scorched earth litigation and trial? 

Emails alone provide us with a reasonable basis to believe substantial "assistance" was provided to the Bajardis by the Masons.

Now according to GA's Earwitness rumor, the "assistance" is over:
[Redacted] isn't throwing more money down the drain. It's embarrassing. All of this money, nothing to show for it.   They won't help pay for the judgment or for the appeal. Its their mess now.
Further:
After the [July 8] legal fees award nobody can reach Mason or Barracato. They are not returning calls. Not calling anybody. She stopped going to meetings.
Well folks, that completes this Earwitness rumor SPECIAL REPORT.

25 comments:

  1. The party is over.
    It's time to call it a day
    They've burst your pretty balloon
    And taken the moon away

    It's time to wind upThe masquerade
    Just make your mind up
    The piper must be paid

    The party's over
    The candles flicker and dim
    You danced and dreamed through the night
    It seemed to be right just being with him
    Now you must wake up, all dreams must end
    Take off your makeup, the part's over
    It's all over my friend.

    The party's over
    It's time to call it a day

    Now you must wake up, all dreams must end
    Take off your makeup, the part's over
    It's all over, my friend
    It's all over, my friend

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  2. I guess they don't have to find an attorney that Ricky is comfortable with this time.

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  3. Litigious Lane admitted he didn't have a "shitload of money" to spend on a "protracted legal battle." The guy barely makes 6 figures, and that's BEFORE taxes. His net take home is $85K at most. No way in hell he and his unemployed wife paid for his lawyers, and that is my OPINION.

    IF this is really true and Ricky Mason pulled the plug, then Defendants better put a lien on their assets before they skip town.

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  4. 68 motions is not suing on a budget. Cohen had the directive to grind you all down and bleed you dry. I'm gonna guess they demanded nothing short of a "shitoad" of money to settle.

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    1. On the night of Sept.19, 2014 Cohen called me directly with a settlement offer (I was pro se). His offer: I pay the Bajardis $850,000. He promised to stop litigating if I paid up, otherwise should his clients lose, they would appeal and keep me tied up in litigation (implication: forever). It felt like extortion. I replied, "I would rather die than give your clients one penny." That ended the discussion.

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    2. Did they receive bad news on their end from the judge before or after that phone call?

      So happy they are the ones who ended up losing here

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    3. Anon @ 3:52- Well, the timing was interesting.

      Trial was originally scheduled for Monday, 9/22/2014 (when I was pro se.)

      Over that weekend before the trial, Cohen sent a letter to Judge Costello asking to adjourn because his star witness (Anthony Petrosino) had backed out of appearing to testify. Cohen sent over a certification from Petrosino where Petro claimed to be both prosbus and Curious Gal.

      My opinion at the time was that Cohen was panicked- because on September 11, Judge Christine Vanek had ruled that calling someone a screen name (such as prosbus or Curious Gal) was not defamatory. So it was a non-issue, Petro's testimony was irrelevant to Bajardi's burdens of proof. The fact Cohen was trying to delay the trial because Petro wasnt going to fly in from Texas was ridiculous nonsense. (Later we found out this was Cohen's first trial- obvious from watching him in action.)

      In that context, I got the call.

      But, I think it is probably customary for adversaries to try to settle before trial. Cohen's $850,000 number was preposterous. I wouldnt have paid the Bajardi's 85 cents.

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    4. I've said it before and I'll say it again, I salute you!!! They came at you with the worst intentions of destruction and because of your hard work it absolutely backfired. They were so blinded by some lunatic hate that they pursued this with a first timer??? SMDH

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    5. Thanks, Anon @ 4:31. I know for a fact the Mason people were laughing at me, making fun of me, when I took over my case. Ha ha ha, Pincus is defending herself! In fact, I hammered them right back, won more motions than I lost, got 16 claims (and ALL of Kim's) dismissed, and pounded them with motions until they gave us the 50,000 emails. Do you think they're still laughing?

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    6. So after the judge eviscerated their demented complaint, you got an offer discounted a million or so to $850,000?

      And you didn't take it? You are such a prosbus.
      Oh snap, now I owe you $850,000?

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    7. Anonymouse, there are so many stories to tell. You reminded me of how Cohen called me in early 2014 to discuss giving me a "limited deposition" to get the identities of the John Does and Screen name defendants. Actually he was pressuring me, didn't want to take the "no" for an answer. He kept persisting that it was in my best interest to give up the identities of anons. Finally he said, "Don't you want to give me the names of the screen name defendants so you have more people sharing the 2 million dollar award? I should have hung up there.

      Later I found out he either purposely mislead a pro se on a matter of law or did not know the law. There is no "joint and several liability" in defamation cases. In any case, Cohen set off my bullshit detector.

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  5. Who has an ear with Beth and Ricky and their private finances that would share it with others? This could be true but seems more like an educated guess.

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  6. One can move around eight to ten grand every month or so but it's not easy to disguise and launder $300,000 even if you wanted to through your "ownership" in a shithole dive bar in Weehawken.

    The conclusive word here: exposure. There's plenty for all!

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    1. OK, so say a really rich guy loans another guy $300K at zero interest. Then that guy loans you loans you the $300K at zero interest. You use it to pay your bills. After a few years everyone forgives the personal loans all traces go poof and Bob's your uncle.

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    2. A cash business like a bar is a good way to launder money that you need to make it to the streets without it being traced back to you.

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  7. maybe the Pryzgodas and the Stojovics also donated to The Bajardi Twins case?

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  8. 2nd ward councilwoman Beth Mason co-owns some shit hole dive bar in Weehawken? Do hookers hang out there?

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  9. Just Spongetta.

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  10. Gosh I soooooooo hope beth runs for reelection....please please please let it happen...so we can all watch from a distance that slow moving disaster of Election Day defeat!

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  11. Excuse me, I threw up in my mouth a little when I read that. Does anyone have a mint?

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  12. It makes sense the Masons would cut them off. They can't be tied to bailing out the Bajardis.

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    1. I think the bottom line here is the Bajardi's failed and failed publicly and spectacularly, they have become a liability and now the only question is how do you get rid of that liability as quickly and quietly as possible.

      Success has many fathers but failure is an orphan.

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    2. There's a reason why Mrs. Plaintiff runs around town wearing disguises. Big hat pulled low, dark glasses, hair pulled back. They're pariahs. Hoboken's political class laughs at them, shuns them. Both are politically radioactive losers on a statewide scale. All self-inflicted.

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  13. Just back from vacation in Europe with the family. Was expecting to hear about candidates lining up for November not these bombs.

    Simply amazing, the wheels are falling off Chavez Latrine Mason. I think I'm in love with Earwitness News Special Report now with GA & Horsey. This. SLAPP. Is. Amazing!

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