GA's end-of-summer schedule does not allow time for another timeline-type narrative of emails produced by SLAPPers Lane Bajardi and Kim Cardinal Bajardi (and filed as exhibits to my MSJ in Bajardi v Pincus.)
No, but while narratives may show the flow of communications among the network of Mason operatives, single email communications are equally vivid snapshots of the "misrepresentations" (Judge Arre's language) made by SLAPPer-Plaintiffs to the court, and upon which their "SLAPP-suit" was predicated.
Everytime GA peruses the Bajardi emails, the SLAPPers' duplicitousness is exposed in new ways.
These communications between SLAPPer Kim Cardinal and 2nd Ward Councilwoman Beth Mason concern cellphone photos Cardinal took of [City official, name redacted] "shredding truck" allegedly "shredding documents."
On March 24, 2008, Lane "not an operative" Bajardi writes to Beth Mason, his wife and others that her is "anxious to help" with (as Ricky Mason put it) "public relations" concerning an application before Hoboken Zoning Board of Adjustment. The zoning application concerned a property on Castle Point Terrace, behind the Masons' Hudson Street home.
On March 28, 2008, a Mason consultant writes "WE NEED MORE BLOGGERS" to Councilwoman Beth Mason, referring to a story about Ruben Ramos on NJ.com.
Who does Beth Mason turn to, to ask: "How do we get more people [bloggers]?"
Part 1-- At 9:35 PM on March 31, 2008, Lane "not an operative" Bajardi desseminates "confidential information regarding closed Museum Board of Trustees discussions."
Part 2-- Several hours earlier, at 11:10 AM Lane Bajardi forwards a link to his Hoboken411 article, boasting: "The eagle has landed."
Lane "not an operative" Bajardi's Hoboken411.com screed includes an excerpt about a "secret vote" taken by Museum Board trustees,"in exchange for the promise of a 7500 square foot payoff."
Museum Board ignores Plan, groups, election results…
Despite opposition from museum volunteers, the Board of Trustees took a secret vote to enter into a letter of intent to support Salvemini’s 10-story high-rise in exchange for the promise of a 7500 square foot payoff. Led by Chairman Larry Henriques (who along with his wife was also an active proponent of the rejected plan to build a high rise on the Church of the Holy Innocents) the Museum Board ignored the Master Plan’s parks mandate and years of work by open space advocates and the city council to build a park on Block 11. In response to this criticism, museum board supporters claim they are just saying they would take the space if a building is built there. Opponents say what they neglect to note is there would be no plan for a ten story high rise if they had not consented to it. No museum board approval would have meant no application for a high-rise condo proposal called “Museum Place”.
Shocking, isn't it.
We were sued for telling the truth about these people.
|Judge Arre: February 10, 2015- Dismissal of Bajardi v Pincus|