Folks, the whoppers that this "academic" continues to publish on his blog about an ongoing case in which he is a Respondent never cease to amaze me.
One has to wonder when does his credibility on matters relating to his litigation become an issue in court?
My perspective on today's Petro-gas harvest comes from my experience as a litigant in Bajardi v Pincus.
I cannot ever imagine publishing demonstrably false statements before, after, or during my litigation. In fact, I cannot ever imagine publishing demonstrably false statements and/or verifiable statements which I believe to be false about anything.
But here is Anthony Petrosino, lying his ass off about a relevant historical fact in his litigation, which is a matter of public record. In my opinion, Wilentz Attorneys at Law, representing HoLa, should be furious and muzzle his lying trap.
Anyway, let's get to it.
On December 15, 2015 Pinocchio-sino wrote:
"As you may recall, the original concept for HoLa in 2008 was a strand within the district, housed at Connors, the Hoboken public school with the highest concentration of low income students."FICTION.
I was there in 2008 at the BoE meeting when Superintendent Raslowsky told parents that space would be needed for the HoLa program in Wallace, so Wallace students would have to be moved out.
How could I forget that? My daughter was in kindergarten at Wallace and my head nearly exploded as the words left Raslowsky's mouth.
Oh yeah, another inconvenient fact: Connors was slated for a major renovation to begin in the 2009-2010 school year, a two-year project. As noted in the Jersey Journal on November 18, 2008.
Petrosino was Assistant to Superintendent Jack Raslowsky, knew that Connors was to be vacated for renovation and knew HoLa was NOT to be "housed at Connors."
What a liar.
GA cannot find video of that 2008 meeting.
Beth Mason has/had it.
Let me explain. At that time a website, wethepeoplereport.com owned and operated by former Councilwoman Mason was regularly videotaping public meetings, including Hoboken City Council meetings and Board of Education meetings. GA would love to have posted the clip, but Mason took her site down years ago.
Even if Beth Mason did not want to continue videotaping meetings, why didn't she leave the videos up for a nominal cost?
A possible clue as to why Beth Mason pulled down wethepeoplereports may lie in a Bajardi v Pincus email exhibit. Take note: according to the email, the Raslowsky-Petrosino administration were editing out public comment against HoLa for the Channel 77 broadcast.
Wilentz peeps, are you paying attention to what your client is doing to your case?