Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Earwitness News SPECIAL REPORT
EARWITNESS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT- Hoboken, NJ
Just in and fresh off the Q-Tip, an Ear witnessed the following....
A motion filed on behalf of so-called 'ethnic cleansing' Defendants will be heard this Friday in Hudson County Superior Court.
What's it about?
GA's Q-Tipster says the motion concerns approximately 1,000 emails recovered from an HHA server.
The Q-Tipster alleges the 1,000 emails are between Carmelo Garcia and his attorney Louis Zayas, some include third parties. According to the Q-Tipster, Garcia used public email servers (belonging to the HHA) to correspond with his personal attorney, Zayas. GA's Q-Tipster said though Garcia had deleted all email files off his hard drive before leaving, all of them were recovered off the HHA servers.
GA asked the Q-Tipster about the pending motion.
There wasn't much wax available. The issue before the court is whether any of these emails, conveyed on public servers, are protected by attorney client privilege.
GA imagines the ones containing third parties (non-parties to the litigation) are not protected, meaning they can be used in the litigation, and are OPRA-able. What about the rest of the 1,000 emails between Garcia and Zayas?
Why didn't Zayas tell his client not to communicate with him from a federal email address? Garcia's attorney should have known that. Even SLAPP Plaintiff Kim Cardinal Bajardi knew how to circumvent the public eye:
So, if these Garcia-Zayas emails are introduced, it is possible they could blow Garcia vs. Zimmer et. al. wide open.
Well, that's the long and the short of today's Earwitness News SPECIAL REPORT.