Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Following the Slime Trail


Folks who reject the use of courts to silence political discourse: last Friday was a big day.

Our First Amendment is strengthened when bullies who aim to crush their political opponents through grueling, expensive litigation are exposed in the public square.

On Friday, the SLIME TRAIL spanning since 2012 came closer to this exposure. A court order has allowed the curtain to be pulled, permitted victims of this bad faith litigation access to its financial underpinnings. 
     
Who, What, Where but mostly HOW the half-million dollar bill for this political operation got paid.

Stay tuned.



Plaintiff to  Political operative: "Has she been served yet?"

That is the kind of question the person who's paying the bills ought to know; process servers aren't free 

27 comments:

  1. Awesome. This is juicy and slimey stuff!

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  2. Is it true a Superior Court judge ordered the slime trail traced back from the political operatives to the current NJ lawyer and then the Pennsylvania lawyer and then the Ohio lawyer and then back to Weehawken with a final stop at upper Hudson Street?

    Darn, that slime is oozing out across the country!

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    1. Yes, I hear the judge granted the Booth subpoenas for financial records- including billing and payments (copies of checks, etc) from Plaintiffs AND their attorneys-- individually. I image that will lead to depositions and more subpoenas to pin down how and who paid the legal bills. That is what I hear, but the judge's order is a matter public record.

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    2. Pandora's Box has been opened.

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    3. trapped rat, you mean the judge ordered ALL the legal billng records and payments from EVERY Bajardi attorney have to be turned over so Defendants can track the SOURCE of the revenue stream to attorneys? WOW. What about the NYC attorneys the Bajardis hired? How did they get paid? Who paid their retainer? Any relationship to Wachtell?

      WOW. FOLLOW THE MONEY. Maybe it leads to a fat Weehawken RAT.

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    4. Man, that couple better hope they didn't make any statements in their depositions that would now be proven to be false. I would think that could put them in a position to be sued for a lot in the SLAPP back

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    5. That would be pouring salt on the wound and we all know what happens when you pour salt on a slimy gastropod.

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  3. FOLLOW THE MONEY.

    Just ask Tricky Dick or Deep Throat and they will testify that you never know where it will take you.

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  4. Those two kids. Soooooo sexy.....

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  5. If they are smart - someone will offer up a $2mm settlement real quick......hardeeharhar

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  6. Oh man. You'll see the invoices, payments, payments to third parties (depositions, videographers, process servers, NYC attorneys, e-discovery vendor) and how they correspond to the Bajardis bank, credit card statements and income. Comapre with what they said under oath at trial and in depositions. KABOOM?

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    1. Is perjury under oath a criminal or civil offense? (for a trial witness or a plaintiff) Can they be arrested? Anybody know?

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    2. Well Curious Gal, the answer to your question is both.
      But perjury is typically only one of the charges normally coupled with other related criminal/civil charges.

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    3. Thank you very much, prosbussed! Normally coupled with criminal charges? Then wouldn't that include arrest and incarceration? Hey, I know a cute little gal from the NY Post- she takes a pretty good picture, too. She may be available for a frog march.

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    4. I am wondering if this would become an IRS issue. Theoretically, if they received money in the form of payment of legal services by someone else, it needs to be reported as income, no?

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  7. OMG, this is huuuuge! Can't wait to see Al Sullivan's behind the scenes/insider investigative reporting on this!!

    Oh, wait a minute.

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  8. Current gift threshold is $14k. Loopholes - give 14k to all family members.

    Many people, probably including the twins, believe that they can refer to gifts as loans and the IRS will go away. This is quite often true. But if they do come sniffing, you will need to produce some sort of formal agreement. Principal, interest, duration. IE, something signed by mommy and daddy that says they gave you $100k and expect to have it paid back by 2020 @ 3%.

    If you have constructed a web of lies founded on the assumption that everything will be fine so long as no one ever asks you about it - then suddenly you will find you have big orange jumpsuit-colored problems. The IRS has 2 speeds. Mailing it in and going through your closets. They hate when you make them do #2, so to speak, and make sure you know it.

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  9. What's the Visa Gift Card limit?
    I hear some people love paying minions that way

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    1. I don't see how gift cards can be used to pay thousands in monthly legal bills. Most likely there is an account a sloppy fish has moved money into from which large legal bills are paid from. This would be an account that has not been disclosed to you. Checks get written from that account. Which would explain all that dissembling during the twins' depositions. That is, in my opinion, the most likely scenario as to how this lawsuit got paid, why the twins refused to turn over their credit card and bank records in 2013,why they couldn't tell you what anything cost, and why none of their lawyers will certify that there was no third party payments. That's my opinion. I hear the court order includes copies of all checks, front and back. What's that smell?

      Cooked geese!

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    2. Gift cards can buy groceries-- a 4 year supply of twinkies...

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  10. The Cayman Islands is nice this time of year...

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    1. No Caymans. These are lazy and arrogant people. They completely underestimated all of you. They never imagined you would get this far, that you would pursue them at this level. The hunters never imagined theyd be hunted. They laughed at you, that you were too poor to fight them. I know this.

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    2. Bullies and cowards always seem surprised when the people they go after stand up to them.

      In this case the mere mention of their names in elicits a cringe of distain and disgust from the good people of Hoboken.

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  11. anything over the threshold gift amount is taxable income?

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