"How the hell did it come to this?"

Plaintiff at his deposition
GA's gotten a metric ton of questions since Hudson County View broke the news last Friday: "Judge: Couple must sell home to pay $225k owed to Hoboken man."

I'll summarize them:

"How the hell did it come to this?"

Sorry folks, GA can't answer. That's because:  (1) I'm a layperson- not an attorney, and (2) I'm a Respondent in the pending appeal.

Cardinal to NY Post, Feb 5, 2015: "They''re vicious people!"
What I can say is that the outcome of First Amendment civil litigation, especially one ruled to have been filed maliciously in the context of local political discourse, is a matter of public interest and public concern, including the rulings of the court.

Note, the Bajardi litigation has been well-publicized.  Articles have appeared in statewide legal journals. local press and even in the NY Post- several times.  In fact, GA has a reasonable basis to believe it was Plaintiffs who called in the NY Post during the trial. I'll tell you what happened.

On February 4, 2015, a young lady with a camera showed up in court looking for Kim Cardinal. She asked me, "Are you Kim Cardinal?" "No, that's her," I pointed. The reporter walked over to where Cardinal sat and interviewed her. After court, the reporter lurked in the lobby waiting to take my picture. When she asked if she could take my pic, I said "NO."  So, she hid outside the courthouse and snapped my pic then. Only mine.

Interesting how that worked out.

It's only logical then, that the public who has followed this case in the NY PostHudson County View, The Hoboken Reporter, The Jersey Journal, the New Jersey Journal of Law,  Law360,  Augie Torres' and Al Sullivan's columns,  politickernj, and the blogs, wants to know more about the December 2, 2016 court order .


 The  Hudson County View article -- it's got nearly 4,000 page views- that is astounding for a late Friday story over a pre-holiday weekend

Well, it is best to let public court documents answer the public's questions.

A clear rendering of the facts, which should satisfy public inquiry, is the certification of Flowers & O'Brien attorney, Michele Daitz, Esq.

Daitz and her boss, Kerry Flowers are outstanding attorneys, btw.

Certification 
in Support of Motion For the Sale of Real Property
Pursuant to Rule 4:59-1(d)(1)


Some exhibits contain sensitive financial information or are voluminous and will not be posted.

EXHIBIT H


 Paragraph 18


Comments

  1. I haven't had time to read the article yet, but let me be the first to say you look HOT in that NY Post article (the one where half the picture is cutoff). :)

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    1. Can you believe they let me in court like that?

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    2. Did they let you play, "Sexy and I know it" as you entered?

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  2. Lane has a hot rod car collection?

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    1. Miniature... ( Pun Intended )

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    2. Probably a collection of Hot Wheels, like the Matchbox cars?

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    3. I'm thinking his hot rods are from the cozy coupe collection: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/81gbxECzFLL._SL1500_.jpg

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  3. Adult Outerwear... I bet you cant wait to get Kimbo's red plaid coat

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  4. And yet, I'm sure Lane STILL thinks he's the smartest guy in the room.

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  5. If the Unibrownoser gets a loan the Masonic Bank, and they're only halfway through their mortgage, they'll be paying at least one and a half times what their crappy condo is worth. A fifth floor walkup next to a municipal lot, in a town where everyone hates them.

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  6. Lane wrote about his Brady Bunch car collection as Lane1through75 on Swifty's Garage. http://swiftysgarage.net/topic/7099665/1/

    The introduction of Carol Brady's Plymouth Satellite wagon to the Hot Wheels line led me to pull out two Johnny Lightning models that depict one of Mike Brady's many rides.

    The Hot Wheels '72 Satellite was indeed originally intended for use as a Brady Bunch TV Series model. It has never been used before, and uses so much metal I think it's possible it may not be used again other than as an even more detailed Brady Bunch model. This is the first edition (unless someone can show me otherwise).

    The Johnny Lightning 'cuda was originally issued in Nash Bridges yellow, but it wasn't long before the steel blue and Brady blue models were issued.

    Here's another shot of the Brady garage in the post-'cuda era.


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    1. Read the whole thread in that link. There is a response he makes where he disagrees with someone's assertions as only he can.

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    2. And he didn't sue him?

      Maybe if the assertions were that Greg Brady lived in Edgewater or Marcia Brady would have been better off raised by wolves, he would have. Effin' nut.

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    3. Hilarious, I was joking when I said earlier it was Hot Wheels...and it is!!

      Gather round, ladies and gentlemen...what's my bid for a slightly distressed purple pillow (hasn't been used in about a year), an easel, a few boy's suits and a huge box of "Beth Mason for Mayor" buttons (used in a few campaigns already, still good for next time)?

      And in case you're wondering, they DO NOT have a cd-r copy of the mayor's emails.

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    4. Here'sAStoryOfACrazyCouple...December 13, 2016 at 2:37 PM

      Nancy "and I are going to own your" Brady Car Collection...

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  7. I think Beth buys the place, then rents it back to them for a profit.

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  8. "We request that your office seize and conduct public sale of the personal property of debtors Lane Bajardi and Kimberly Cardinal Bajardi at debtors address...." WOW you can't fall much lower than that. Who'd want their crap anyway? At least their condo is worth $$$$. I mean, who'd want to buy pairs of used giant panties or a unibrow comb at a sheriffs auction?

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  9. Maybe Beth will buy it, add it to her "chain" of" Hotels" in this case a "Roach Motel"

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  10. As much as they brought this on themselves, I still feel sorry for them. Don't they have a child?

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    1. I feel sorry for their child, who is an innocent victim with what now must be a totally upturned life. The other two are far (FAR) from innocent.

      Karma, baby.

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    2. Seems, they set themselves up for this situation. Maybe somehow, they thought this lawsuit was in the child's best interest.
      Maybe they should been more introspective before going forward with the frivolous lawsuit or chose different options during their lawsuit. They could have dropped the lawsuit at some point or settled at any time.They had many chances to change the outcome. This was a path they chose.
      Their life will go on, just not as financially secure as it could have been; They aren't desitute with no where to go or means to provide for themselves.
      Maybe a nice apartment in a more affordable town or maybe private school may turn into public school.

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    3. Most people would be inclined to feel bad as well. But then you remember or learn that they wished a lot worse on others, and pursued an avenue to try and inflict that pain and worse on others. Only to have it blow up in their faces.

      I am reminded of a facebook post from when the SLAPP was first filed. The Mother of a local politician was so thrilled and posted on the page of washington st Mason disciple about how great it would be when GA and Horse would have to move out of town. Seems she was a quite wrong.

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    4. Agreed with 12:13. I suspect they thought they were going to hit paydirt and get rich quick with this lawsuit. Maybe they got bad advice from a Weehawken fish, maybe they just believed everything they were saying in their echo chamber of friends/sycophants. In any event, when the warning shot went across from the defendants' lawyers indicating this suit was frivolous, the Bajardi's attorney should have told them what the worst case scenario/consequences would be and let them make a decision. Perhaps that happened and the Bajardis still believed they had a winning case.

      I don't pretend to know exactly what they were thinking when they continued with this suit. But what I do know is that 12:13 is right: These people can move anywhere within commuting distance of NYC and live a decent life on Lane's 6 figure salary. If their condo is worth considerably more than their debts, they'll even have a nice nest egg to buy something else. Why would they stay in Hoboken after all of this? I wouldn't. But, as I've stated repeatedly, I cannot understand their motivations generally.

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    5. All the people who cheered them on in this endeavor have abandoned them it appears. That just tells you how unethical that whole pile of scumbags can be.

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    6. How do you know who has abandoned them?

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    7. I do feel sorry for their child, he's an innocent victim whose life is about to be uprooted. The other two are far (FAR) from innocent.

      Karma. Hopefully they learn what it means.

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    8. I have zero sympathy for them or their little disgusting group of haters. The were gleefully were hoping to destroy others finances and reputations and it backfired in their ugly faces.

      Hoboken would be a better place without all of them.



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    9. They didn't feel sorry for Roman's Nancy's or Mark's Kids and families...
      Fuck the BajerkOffs

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    10. They served discovery to Roman and Nancy on December 25, 2013- Christmas Day. It takes a piece of shit to do that.

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    11. I hope they enjoy their Christmas ... in the street

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    12. They were greedy bitches. No principles there. Just revenge and money. I hear up until the eve of Lane's trial they were asking for money to drop it-- 7 figures total. They did this to themselves and screwed their kid. That's my opinion motherfuckers. Sue this.

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    13. Hey Lane, "Beth and I are gonna own your condo"
      --With Love, Richard G Mason

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  11. Someone should release the tape of Lane's depo after this is all over. Would be interesting to watch.

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  12. 'Til the one day when this Minion met this Millionaire Narcissist...

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  13. On the bright side...parents won't have to see Lane dressed in his L.A. Dodgers regalia at Little League Games anymore. Yep, Lane dresses like Tommy Lasorda for Little League Games in full blown gear.... Weirdo.

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    1. Does he shill for Ultra Slimfast too?

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    2. No, but he does for ShillFast

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  14. Gotta wonder...if the A-Mazon's are behind all of this... what does Lane and Kim do now? On the verge of losing their home and any equity they have... are they finally at a point where they may say enufs enuf and out our glorious ex-councilwoman and disclose that she was behind the whole thing? What do they have to lose? If you are going to go down, may as well go down in flames. The money and property trail after the sherrif's sale will be interesting to watch... I dont feel sorry for them at all. They are adults. And fully responsible for their bad judgment and actions.

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    1. I did wonder if they know anything that is worth 300K to the countess.

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    2. snoopy- it has to be a lot more than $300K now.

      add 1 1/2 years of litigating their appeal and motion practice, etc. I'm guessing its double that- appeals are costly. Defendants will IMO ask for fees and sanctions if the bajardis strike out on their appeal. if.

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    3. I don't think the Masons save them. that would expose them to a slapp back.

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    4. Maybe the Mason's will buy their house at auction and return it to them. . .

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    5. Does anyone listen to the little bitch while he is spewing news on the midnight shift? How does he sound?

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    6. It's probably the best part of his day. Gets to pretend to still be someone and can forget he lives with a nutcase for a few hours.

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  15. I haven't kept tabs on local politics in some time. Holy crap, this is great news.

    Bye Felicia...

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