Monday, April 17, 2017

Hippity Hop! Litigious Bunnies deliver THREAT to City Hall Clerk!

This book is not Golden
While most of us were celebrating Passover and Easter holidays, TWO BUSY BUNNIES, both elected officials, delivered the following SCARY letter to Hoboken City Clerk, Jimmy Farina:

Biancamano/Keim HOLY THURSDAY Letter 



One wonders, how could such adorable creatures act like total douches?

In plain language, these two BUNNIES want their ward/district opponents, the Dallaras, thrown off the ballot for Democratic Committee because their petitions were accidentally omitted from the group package to Farina; they were submitted after the deadline.   

Yes, the Dallara's petitions were timely notarized. Do these bunnies care?

 NO.

Because they know they cannot win honestly, they want their opponents thrown off the ballot.

WHO is underwriting the bunnies' media campaign and litigation? 

It isn't hard to guess. 

And so, the bunnies sent a press release last last Friday- Good Friday on the Christian calendar.


Biancamano/Keim GOOD FRIDAY Press Release


I doubt either bunny really wants to see the inside of a court room.  Bunnies are generally fastidious creatures, but these two ?  Both have had past ethical "quandaries" that are part of the public record.

For example, one Bunny was hit with fines by the NJ ELEC Commission for campaign finance reporting violations for the 2009 mayoral campaign of Beth Mason.  That's not all! 

Excerpt from Mason ELEC Complaint- 2009 Municipal Campaign
In 2015, that Bunny appears to have exceeded the state's maximum allowable contribution for a Continuing Political Committee ($8,200) for the 2015 election cycle by accepting $11,200 for "direct mail"for Carmelo Garcia's ward race. (Not to mention breaking Hoboken's Pay-to-Play ordinance which permits a $500 maximum contribution from a PAC or individual).


And in 2012, the Bunny's Continuing Political Committee, "Friends of Beth Mason"  violated Hoboken's Pay-to-Play law by providing in-kind contributions in excess of $6,617.05 to the Move Forward BoE campaign.

As for the other bunny, in 2014 he washed onto the Hoboken Board of Education in a tsunami of 466 VBMs!

What a VBM windfall!
GA can't wait to see these two bunnies hop into a courtroom.

Somehow, the Plaintiffs of political-lawsuits underwritten by a Twisted Pretzel always forget...

 Discovery goes BOTH WAYS.  

Check out Hudson County View for the latest on this developing story!

33 comments:

  1. I lost all respect for FBW when I found out Ines Garcia-Kiem's involvement.
    Stopped going to events and giving checks.

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    1. Like other Hoboken organizations that once had a reason to exist, people lose interest and confidence in them and then the the same few individuals pretend they and the organizations are still relevant by keeping them on life support.

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  2. I say let these jerks spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on litigation. Better they waste the money on lawyers than on farming.

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    1. Unfortunately Hoboken taxpayers are paying to defend Biancamano-Keim's garbage.

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  3. So Beth Mason's attorney Steve Kleinman filed the lawsuit same day as the Phil Murphy event. That's jealous nobody Beth Mason trying to throw shade on Mayor Zimmer's fundraiser.

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    1. Shade? Don't be silly. No one really cares.

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    2. Steve Kleinman should open a law firm with Jonathan Z, together they can specialize in Bankruptcy... Bankrupting clients?
      After Steve's performance with The Roberts Administration and the wrongful police promotions costing us millions and Cohen with his bumbling SLAPP suit that got himself sanctioned.... Idiots. Good lawyers don't work for Beth- they just like the money coming from Ricky who is the man behind Beth and driven with revenge just as much as she is.

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  4. If someone missed the deadline they missed it. If there is a cure period great if not, out of luck.

    Is this a case of the broken clock being right?

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  5. WOW thats a lot of VBM's.

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    1. Thats nothing compared to 2015 when Madigan and Montgomery received almost 600 to take two seats.

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  6. It's really no surprise that no one takes these people seriously.

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  7. Zimmer turnout YUGE tonight at Porter Collins... wow.

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    1. The turn out was very impressive filling the whole place.
      Impressive not just because of the large number of people who attended but also because of the number of power players in the State, County and City.



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  8. An ethics lecture from Mr VBM and the treasurer for every filthy political maneuver Beth ever spent Ricky's money on.

    This kind of thing doesn't even happen in Chicago.

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  9. Who wrote that?
    Ines went to Barnard, they must be appalled

    As a ticket agent at United Bet shed probably cheer dragging old men off a plane

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    1. the letter is snotty and pretentious. i'm sure they teach that at barnard.

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  10. Why is it that tone deaf Ines never fails to go after the sweetest of reform's sweethearts. Stalking Minutillo and her kid via SLAPP suit servers, Taking Photos of Giattino's home after a natural disaster displaced them, The Sobolov and now the Dallaras who are actively involved this month working on Autism Awareness for Hoboken public school children.

    Ines Keim and Beth Mason- two of a kind in hate and revenge, just not two of a kind in bank accounts.

    One would think the Keims would see that downtown counterpart couple's demise and say, hey we don't want to be homeless next do we- is Beth really worth it?

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    1. Assume Beth bailed out Deputy Treasurer Ines when she paid the $37K in fines to ELEC.

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  11. The letter to the city clerk is rude, unprofessional and filled with grammatical errors.
    As for the press release, well, the HR probably didn't need one anyway....- the story was probably set to print days ago.

    Hard to believe that Ines went to Barnard, and Biancamono is on our Board of Education. But then again, speaking to Ines one learns she's crazy in the first 5 seconds and Peter makes Elmer Fudd sound like Prince Harry

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  12. These partners in Kreim are schooling others on legal matters and ethics? What a joke. How is it that the water carrier for Mason is relevant and involved in anything in Hoboken, especially the QLC. Want to improve the quality of life in Hoboken Ines? Leave.

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  13. Vito's has much better food and service and everything they sell doesn't come with a side of political sleaze. Just say'n

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    1. Vito's is much better, and has high standards of cleanliness.

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  14. Something that should be mentioned here: GA posted on April 8 about the OG aligned Dem committee slate not being placed on the same line as Murphy, Annette, Stick, and Stack, et al for the June election. While Biancamano and Keim are certainly free to pursue these charges, their chances of realistically winning their committee seats were severely diminished because Wisniewski refused to put the OG on his line and they were not going to be on the Murphy line. Frivolous lawsuits, bruised egos, diminishing power seems to be the story here...

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  15. Whoa. Hold on a second. Farina is dissing the OG stalwarts K&B? In favor of the Mayor? Did I read that right? K&B think that they are going to find "e-mails" directing Farina to accept the petitions? HA! I bet Fairna is having a good chuckle at the irony. Don't these two numskulls realize that opening up Pandora's box can go KABOOM on them? This should be good and fun to watch, except that, as a taxpayer, I am paying for this horseshit.

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    1. Exactly, Q. Pandora's box indeed! Upon closer reading, looks to me like Biancamano chucked a few friends under the bus.

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  16. The wording in the letter is over the top but I hate to say it if the facts are as they say... Keim and biancamano might be right. If Fisher screwed up and forgot to file the applications before the deadline those applications shouldn't be accepted.

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    1. I don't know what the facts or the law are but I do know I don't give 2 shits what Inept and Peter-the-tool and their benefactors want. Those jackasses are up to absolutely no good.

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    2. They are looking to bump a competitor off the ballot, the same as Obama did back in chicago to become Senator.

      http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/05/29/obamas.first.campaign/

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    3. Not exactly apples to apples (in this case, rotten apples).Obama was running for illinois State Senate.

      Biancamano and Inez are running for shitty Ward 2-District 1 Dem Committee seats in a mile square city.

      Obama's lawsuits didn't cost Illinois taxpayers a dime. Biancamano and Inez are suing the CITY, so Hoboken taxpayers are getting shellacked. Biancamano and Inez are a DISGRACE.

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  17. Will it be worth the money it will cost Inez and Peter handlers to proceed beyond the publicity stunt letter, for what they might get in return? I don't think so.

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  18. Didn't I read emails from the Lane Bajardi case here on GA, by Ines Garcia-Kiem's so called friends. implying she was more than somewhat dimwitted and had to have things carefully explained to her is simple terms. Yet when she criticizes City Clerk James Farina's explanation of why he excepted the petitions as gibberish and people some buy into her bias rendition of what the rules require as being valid.

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  19. why does the city have anything to do with Dem Committee seats - shouldn't that just be a party thing or am I missing something?

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    1. The city clerk collects Dem (and Repub) committee petitions for the county board of elections. Dem committee candidates are on the ballot in the Dem Primary (June 6).

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