Sunday, September 30, 2007

Brooklyn, New York, national hearing on Judges judging Judges

held last Thursday at Brooklyn, NY, US Federal Court.

I didn't take this footage. It is posted as a teaser, the footage is from back up camera number 3 ... more to come.

I was there and helped film the event as a cameraman. They let me in ... with all sorts of gear, I wasn't asked for my ID and passed through the metal dectectors with my cell phones, with cameras in them, on, and hanging in view. I pushed a case about 4' high on wheels with 4 canvass bags of wire and oddities right through. Nothing was checked ...

The nation needs to see the debacle and across the board citizen and US Constitution abuse first hand. More to come.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

The Official Connecticut Real Estate Scam

A source informed me of what is going on in Derby, Connecticut, and probably all over Connecticut.

On Main St., in Derby, the properties were to be taken later by Eminent Domain allegedly weren't reassessed, so when taken fair market value was not paid to the owners of properties.

Bonds are paid back by taxpayers. Private individuals with insider connections are allegedly getting rich at your expense. You pay taxes to take from the poorer to make the rich, richer.

Is that ok with you?

Why should political insiders get rich, possibly illegally?

Should this be investigated?

Do Connecticut's corrupt courts and police add to the abuse of citizens that don't want to let their property and homes to be stolen for a song out from under them?

Is Rell more corrupt than former Governor John G. Rowland if she knowingly allows such profiteering, racketeering, and obstruction of justice to go on?

I was told to sell my Stafford Springs, Connecticut, properties at a loss, by the selectman of Stafford. I didn't and was attacked by a police informant on my property. He threatened my life. So, I was put in prison, with no record, for pepper spraying a felon who attacked me at my home.

Does Rell want to keep "violent" offenders in prison because we disagree about being ripped off officially?

My life high jacked:

Monday, September 24, 2007

Send in the StormTroopers

Are the Connecticut State Police being used by Connecticut Governor Rell as an intimidation tactic to scare legislators? Is Connecticut a police state with military style courts?

A graduation ceremony for the Connecticut State Police says it all ...

Rell Summons Lawmakers
Planning To Veto Bonding Bill, She Wants Special Session On Schools

Associated Press
September 23, 2007

State troopers have begun delivering notices to lawmakers that require them to appear for a special legislative session on Wednesday, the state Senate's Democratic leader said Saturday.

Gov. M. Jodi Rell called the session to deal solely with school bonding projects after saying Friday that she will veto the $3.2 billion overall state bonding bill approved by the General Assembly Thursday night.

Lawmakers balked, saying Rell had not given them the proper 10-day notice by mail for her session. But state law allows for less notice if state police officers or marshals hand-deliver the notices.

Senate President Pro Tem Donald Williams, D-Brooklyn, said the Senate is still in special session, making the notices moot.

"Gov. Rell is trying to avoid responsibility for a possible veto of the bond bill - a veto that will hurt towns and cities, clean water projects, transportation improvements and school projects for K-through-12, as well as our public colleges and universities," Williams said. "This is the governor's responsibility. Her call for yet another special session after three months of work and last week's passage of the bonding bill is a sham and a diversion."

Rich Harris, a spokesman for the governor, said Rell simply called Wednesday's session, and it is the secretary of the state's job to make sure lawmakers are properly notified.

The bond package approved late Thursday authorizes spending over two years for projects ranging from sewage treatment plants to $1 billion worth of improvements over 10 years to the Connecticut State University campuses.

Lawmakers also passed an additional $850 million in bonding for transportation initiatives and $550 million for clean water projects, for a total approximate package of $4.6 billion over two years.

Rell, who has not yet received the bill, said Friday that it is well-intentioned but unaffordable and sends the wrong message to credit rating agencies and groups hoping to receive the bonding funds.

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What are the odds?

I went down to Connecticut with 2 laptops, one new, to fight for justice in my case, recently.

Mysteriously both laptops developed problems working and going on the internet while I was in Connecticut.

A car that I trusted to go to New Orleans, twice, developed electrical problems over a certain hill in Connecticut. The car is dead, the electrical system fried.

I went to get my van that I spent over $5000 replacing the engine and transmission. It has about 5000 miles on most of its rebuilt or new parts. The van died over the same hill, electrical powers developed making the same ride as I did with my car, just a day or so later.

Both vehicles were broken down next to each other in the same driveway of a friend.

I got the van fixed and went back to Vermont.

On the highway the fan belt in new condition snapped. The van overheated and I may have blown the motor.

I borrowed a mini-van and with 12 hours of my van's fan belt snapping, the fan belt on the mini van snapped, stranding me and causing me other problems.

In the past:

When I emailed complaints about former Connecticut State Police Commissioner Arthur L. Spada my computer soon fried. I borrowed a friend's computer to continue to email my complaints, that computer fried.

I hid out in a horse farm up in Massachusetts, Connecticut State Police Officers hung out in front of the house like they did when I was in Connecticut to try and intimidate me. The microwave, furnace, and other electrical devices fried due to a "power surge". The computer was unplugged and in the other side of the house so it was unaffected.

Chris Kennedy was making similar complaints about police and corrupt judiciary and judges in Connecticut. His computer, television, microwave, furnace, and other devices fried in a power surge around the same time.

Del Simmons the founder of where I used to blog about police and judial corruption has his server in the Atlanta, Georgia, area. I posted on Arthur L. Spada and police corruption, and again, around that same time, there was a power surge and his server went down, fried, and he had a back up of all information fried on the server.

I got a laptop from my father. Blogging from Connecticut and it soon fried. I got a laptop from my sister and blogged about Connecticut corruption in Connecticut and that fried. I got a new HP laptop and blogged in Connecticut about Connecticut corruption, the HP fried and was not usable. I then got a Dell laptop, that no longer works correctly. I then got an Acer laptop and now that doesn't operate correctly either or go on the internet.

What are the odds?

The Connecticut State Police may have the unlimited power to snoop on citizens, hack into computers, and engage in covert operations to abuse citizens that are engaging in Free Speech practices and that summon politicians to clean up Connecticut law enforcement and courts. If the Connecticut State Police will go after the campaign manager of the Connecticut challenger for Governor M. Jodi Rell because he was on their Connecticut State Police "Enemies List", anyone can be a covert target of the Connecticut State Police. [click here] for the Kenneth Krayeske story.

The Connecticut Department of Administrative Services seems to have monitor and hack into computers all over the world. Lisa Masterson, a Lyme Activist in the UK area of London was critical of Yale and big pharmaceutical companies in the regards to treatment and testing for Lyme Disease. She allegedly had the Connecticut Department of Administrative Service IP address hacking into her computer as did Stonington Connecticut Lyme Activist, Kathleen Dickson. Both were later confined to a mental hospitals for a time, their kids taken away in retaliation for their exposing corporate crimes and fraud and the government officials running interference.

Any one event or any individuals account can be explained away. What are the odds there isn't something to it when you bring out the entire picture?

[click here] for my complaint to the Washington DC FBI

[click here] for "Are U.S. Courts still racist, but now just a little more slick about it?"

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Blocking Access to the Truth?

Connecticut, A Police State

steve tried to get you your web site has been blocked error 403

only way i could e mail to you guess the judges and lawyers dont like what you put on site south eastern area jd is in norwich familiar with norwich judges and lawyers your site and e mail address is blocked jd 47 towne st.

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If the Connecticut Police and Judiciary have something to hide, instead of cleaning up their act, they can spy, maliciously investigate, and prosecute those that wish to clean up the system.

Typical Connecticut Official, Police, Prosecutorial, Judicial, Legislative, and Gubernatorial Misconduct [click here]

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Will a White Hartford Connecticut Police Officer get away with executing Blacks?

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Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell with a Buzz On?

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One of the original enforcers of Connecticut's "Whites Only" unofficial policies:

Mr. Clean's Swan Song

An Isolated Incident? HELL NO !!! Posted by Picasa

After decades in public life, former top Connecticut cop Bernie Sullivan thought he was slipping out of the spotlight by taking a private job--with the Tomassos.

Then came Rowland-gate.
by Paul Bass - January 15, 2004

Connecticut knew Bernie Sullivan as Mr. Clean--the man brought in to lead state police in the wake of a spying scandal in 1989.

He lived in the spotlight. He ran Hartford's police force, then the state's police force--and, later on, the Speaker's office at the state House of Representatives.

Now, three years after he thought he'd slipped away from the spotlight into private life, Sullivan has returned to the public eye--at the center of Connecticut's current corruption scandals.
He's the public face of the Tomasso family's construction empire, the focus of a federal investigation into state government bribery and bid-rigging. It has been Sullivan's job to swing back at critics, answer some allegations, not answer others. He's also running two of Tomasso's companies and wrestling with the state over questionable government payments.

And he's been dragged into the state treasurer's bribery scandal because of his previous job, running then-state House Speaker Tom Ritter's office.

Sullivan wrote that he was "get[ting] out of the fish bowl of public life" three years ago when he left government for the Tomasso job.

"God made me bite my tongue on that one," he said in a conversation last week.

His journey from lawman to Democratic chief of staff to point man for a company intimately connected to a Republican governor illustrates the power structure at the root of Rowland/Silvester-gate.

It's not about Republicans versus Democrats.

It's not about business versus government.

It's about one insider team. With one concern above all: Who gets paid.

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[click here] for Faces from a Police State, Connecticut. Police Misconduct is a Connecticut art form.

[click here] Is there still "Gay Bashing" going on in the ranks of the Connecticut State Police?

[click here] for my May 22, 2006, interview of Stephen Murzin. Click on link and open or save in Windows Media Player to list to it. Audio brings up the police using teens, called, "informants" to become recruits for "cop gangs". These street gangs do the cops dirty work and end up in prisons when police no longer have use for them. Can you say, "Obstruction of Justice, contributing to the delinquency of minors, Connecticut police misconduct, racketeering, and corruption of the courts"?

Should kids be encouraged by police to kill others with shotguns and beat up others?

Should a felon on probation, an alleged police informant, get no prison time for stabbing and almost killing 3 people because he was acting under police orders? [click for more]

Former Connecticut Governor John G. Rowland, the infamous Mustang, and ripping off America's Homeland Security Fund [more]

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Thursday, September 20, 2007

Free Speech and Connecticut State Trooper Abuse

The conspiracies and public abuses continue out of the Connecticut State Police, AG, Judiciary, Legislature, and Governor's Office ...

3 Stooges Ethics Committees

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"We should have those freedoms and those rights," said state police union President David LeBlanc, adding that the Lauretano settlement should help ensure troopers' free speech rights.

Lauretano in 1999 sued the state, Public Safety Commissioner Arthur Spada, Cols. John Bardelli and Edmond C. Brunt and Lt. Col. Timothy Barry for their refusal to allow him to speak about the investigation of how he conducted the Hotchkiss case, even though they spoke publicly about it.

After Squatrito's judgment, Lauretano was prepared to go to trial for damages, but Attorney General Richard Blumenthal decided to abandon his appeal of the ruling. [click here for more]

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Will Connecticut Judges sue to work as little as possible? [more]

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Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire?


Enfield Connecticut Judge Howard Scheinblum

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Former Connecticut Chief States Attorney Christopher L. Morano

I took this photo after asking Morano why he would seek to prosecute Rell staffers who broke the law. His response was that they didn't know they were breaking the law at the time they broke the law. Is that an excuse citizens can use if they rob banks, etc?

Is Morano thumbing his nose at justice, or do liars often touch their noses? [more]

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Liberty Taken, Free Speech Tested


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The Angry Drunken Irishman Lashes Out

He emailed me this to post:

If you haven't seen these videos yet, please watch them. You may have heard about this on the news, or read a brief blurb on Fark, but I really think that watching the videos has a lot more impact than simply reading about them...especially for an illiterate American audience.

Okay, but for real, stop looking at these boobies and go watch those videos*.

Now I know what I want to be when I grow up. I want to be John Kerry.

Ever since I wrote my "Silencer" post a couple years ago, there's been this nagging feeling that somewhere, somehow, someone was going to beat me to the kill and earn the right to be called "The Silencer" before I would. Despite all attempts to cut out distractions by being school-less, jobless, and single, I have sadly not attained my goal. But leave it to John Kerry to accomplish something before I do.

How many times have you sat in class, listening to some PIGG (Pseudo-Intellectual Glasses Guy/Girl) drivel on and on about some bullshit nickel-store philosophy which has nothing to do with the theme of the class? Oh, you read some fucking Sylvia Plath bullshit in high school?

That's fucking great, retard, we're talking about something completely unrelated, so why don't you pack up your Ayn Rand and get the fuck on back to the coffee shop?

It's about damn time someone stood up to these PIGG fucktards and put them in their place. Who the fuck does this guy think he is? You are talking to a UNITED STATES SENATOR, motherfucker, now sit your bitch-ass polo-wearin' self down before the UFPD have to put some hurt on you. FUCK y'all PIGGS.

"Are you in the Skull and Bones Society with George Bush?" What the fuck kind of question is that? If I were listening to this motherfucker and had a taser, I would leap across the aisles and zap the gel right out of his hair too. Fuck him.

"Why did you concede the election to Bush without fighting it?" Because the only thing the last guy who challenged the presidential election results gained was fifty pounds and some bullshit hippie kudos for his documentary ("Hey, man, the cover of that DVD looks like this Van Gogh print I have in my room....let's get baked and watch it in our dorm rooms!"). However, as we can see from these videos, Kerry craftily decides to not answer this question with words, but through inaction:

- "Hmmm....why didn't I take action against Bush on election day, even though there was evidence that something fishy was happening? Well, let me continue to blather on about nothing while you get electrocuted....maybe this gives you some insight into my character. Hmm, why don't I seem like more of a take-charge guy? I'll have to get back to my study to ponder that, and maybe I'll have a press release issued within, better make it....what was I talking about again?"
Andrew Meyer - OW! OW! OW!

Kerry, you crafty bastard, I want to congratulate you on a job well done. You, sir, understand the essence of politics - keeping the attention of the masses while the oppressed scream in pain right next to them.
Kerry aside, I'm shocked to see that people have so much sympathy for this Andrew Meyer fuckhead. "Hey, man, let him talk! He has First Amendment rights too!" Not dressed like that, he doesn't. Honestly, I have to hand it to the UF Police Force: they showed more restraint than I would've.

- Ok, buddy, you've talked long enough
Andrew Meyer - He's had two hours! I can have two minutes! Waa waa waa!
Me - *pistol whip*

Problem solved. No screaming, no incriminating evidence on camera, just me dragging his "fainted" body out of the auditorium while cracked out conspiracy theorists spend the next ten years of their lives examining grainy footage to prove that I hit him. Plus, I would have planted coke on him.
All hypotheticals aside, this guy acted like a total pussy once they got him out of the auditorium. "They're going to kill me!" he shouts. Yeah, right. Maybe in a perfect world, but when you've got four cameras trained on you as the police escort you out of an auditorium full of witnesses, it's highly unlikely that they're going to "erase" you. Stop reading so much Orwell before bed. Besides, who wants to listen to a bunch of pussy bleeding hearts scream that you were a "person" with "rights"? Not this guy. If I had my way, I would have put a bag over his head "for his safety", driven over bumpy roads for the next two hours with him in the back of my squad car, made him dig a pussy-sized hole blindfolded, and then laughed at him because he peed his pants before depositing him back home with his mommy. Dude, in real life, you can't just flip out every time someone disagrees with you or doesn't want to listen to you. And sometimes people, cops and women specifically, use tasers to express their disagreement. So grow up and get used to hit.
I have to say that, although the UFPD did a fine job disabling this threat to our collective intellect, they should have come up with a better reason for charging him. "Inciting a riot?" If that's a real crime, then all the members of The Who would be locked away for the rest of their lives. Here's how it should have went down:

- What's my crime?!?! What's my crime?!?!
Me- Being a bitch. *pistol whip*

Although the non-Irish of us seem to have a problem with the way in which this situation was handled, I would like to congratulate fellow Irishman John Kerry for doing what I have never accomplished: having henchmen tackle and tase someone whenever they harassed me with bullshit questions. Life would be a lot easier if I were John Kerry.

Roommate - Where's the rent? Where's the rent?
Henchmen - *zap*
Me - *drink*

And so it is to you, John Kerry, that I bestow the hoodie, pipe, and title of "The Silencer". Even though we may never refer to you as "Mr. President," you can rest assured that you now have your very own secret superhero identity, compliments of the ADI. Life is all about avoiding difficult questions. Thanks a lot, Kerry, for teaching us that we don't have to put up with PIGGs throwing their intellectual shit in our faces. Sure, we know you didn't have "anything to do with it," but if we were at opposite ends of a pub, there would be a wink and a raised glass shared between us.

Now where the hell is my drink?


*Gabrielle d'Estr�es et une de ses soeurs, by some French dude. Apparently, this is "art". Awesome.


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Wednesday, September 19, 2007


September 17, 2007 - 5:59am.

When historians sit down to write the sad, tattered, corrupt legacy of President George W. Bush, let's hope they do acknowledge his singular accomplishment as President - the redemption, at least in the public eye, of another corrupt, morally-flawed President: William Jefferson Clinton.

It is ironic that Clinton, who brought immeasurable amounts of shame and disgrace onto the White House and the Presidency, is now viewed in favorable light when compared to the shenanigans of Bush and his gang.

Begging the Question

How can legislators, judges, and attorneys be objective and serve their clients or taxpayers if they all get together giving each other awards? Morris Dees exposes the scam: [click here]


Making a Farce of a Farce

Justice in America ...

Nebraska State Senator sues God to stop plagues, terror threats

David Edwards and Nick Juliano
Published: Tuesday September 18, 2007

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A Nebraska lawmaker is taking his complaints about frivolous lawsuits limits all the way to the top.

State Sen. Ernie Chambers is suing God.

"It's a lawsuit against a defendant who has perpetrated much harm and damage on the human race," Chambers said on CNN.

Chambers says his frivolous lawsuit against the Lord was meant to protest a suit filed against a Nebraska judge who banned the words "rape" and "victim" from a woman's rape trial.

Some Nebraska lawmakers are trying to pass legislation preventing frivolous lawsuits, but Chambers says anyone should be able to file a lawsuit against anyone else.

"The Constitution requires that the courthouse doors be open, so you cannot prohibit the filing of suits," Chambers tells a local Fox affiliate. "Anyone can sue anyone they choose, even God."

In his suit, Chambers seeks an injunction against God ordering the deity to stop natural disasters and terror threats. Fox News notes that Chambers is not a Christian.

"Apparently this Omaha senator, he also skips morning prayers during the legislative session and often criticizes Christians," a Fox host notes. "So apparently this guy is not a man of faith, which is fine, but it's a little unusual he's suing God, I don't think he's going to get a response."

The lawsuit notes that Chambers tried several times to contact the defendant, KETV reported.

“Plaintiff, despite reasonable efforts to effectuate personal service upon Defendant ('Come out, come out, wherever you are') has been unable to do so,” the suit says.

These video clips are from CNN's American Morning and Fox's Fox & Friends, broadcast September 18.

Monday, September 17, 2007

Troop C Connecticut State Police Crap Law Enforcement

Josh D.

The above picture was taken around noon EST, August 20, 2005, and this post was actually posted around the same time.

Josh, 19, allegedly got ‘at home arrest’ for having grown marijuana plants and selling the pot out of his parents house. He now is at an apartment complex, confined to the grounds.

Josh allegedly sells and does drugs daily. Josh also openly walks around with a beer, or sits as pictured with a rum and coke, the end of a 29 hour binge according to Josh.

Notice the transmitter on his ankle for his at home confinement.

Josh plays horseshoes, stays up all night partying, and allegedly goes out to water and/or tend to his marijuana plants daily.

Do I worry about Josh for posting this? Well, Josh seems to openly make drug deals on a cordless phone, yells from a balcony over the quality and price of illegal narcotics, and tenants, apartment supervisors, have claimed to have contacted the Connecticut State Police regarding Josh's drug dealing and drinking activities. His probation officer also has allegedly been notified of Josh's activities.

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Police aren't allowed to talk to media to clean up the force. [more]

[click here] for how Troop C and Connecticut State Police spy on and abuse citizens.

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Rockville Connecticut Superior Court should be closed

Johnny Winter Boot Hill

Live at the Roskilde Festival, Denmark, on June 29, 1984

Johnny Winter Mississippi blues

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Pomping up the Pompous, Connecticut Trial Lawyers stroke Judges

There seems to be a club of legislators, judges, prosecutors, police, and trial lawyers. We the people, lose, and aren't part of the "special club".

Cindy Robinson Introduction of Judge Nadeau, part 1

Judge Nadeau, part 1

Rep. Themis Klarides

Rep. Themis Klarides receives the CTLA Civil Justice Award

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The justice system does not protect everyone. There is no integrity. There is no public service. Lawyers have become the scourge of the nation. Lawyers should not be involved in controlling every aspect of our lives. Lawyers can legislate unfairness, abuse, red tape, and racism while lining their pockets. Don't vote for lawyers. Legislators, the judicial branch, the executive branch, and law enforcement have their ethics challenged by being involved with the lawyer mafia.

Saturday, September 15, 2007

3 Stooges Nuclear Power Plant?

Vt. Yankee reports on collapse in tower
Tries to reassure state regulators

By Dave Gram, Associated Press, September 14, 2007, (here)

VERNON, Vt. - Officials at the Vermont Yankee nuclear station yesterday sought to reassure state officials as they prepared to bring the plant back to full power following the collapse of part of a cooling tower last month.

"This is a serious situation, and we at Entergy Vermont Yankee are taking it very seriously," said Ted Sullivan, the site vice president and the top official in the state for Entergy Nuclear.

"It's unacceptable to us, and it's not like us."

Sullivan spoke as officials at the reactor in Vermont's southeast corner said they would have the plant back to full power by the weekend.


London Bank Failures

Many are blaming the US Housing market slump and bad lending practices.

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Big Bank Failure Could Turn Credit Crunch Into Global Crash

August 1st, 2007 · No Comments


by Paul Gallagher

The seizing up of the world credit markets—triggered by the collapse of the household debt bubble in the United States—may turn from a slow-motion collapse into a thorough crash, if one or more major investment banks fails in the near future.


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Bank Run at UK's Northern Rock Bank and Other Items of Interest

  • Northern Rock shares plunge 32% by BBC - 9/14/07 snip:

    Shares in one of the UK's largest mortgage lenders, Northern Rock, have fallen 32% after it had to ask the Bank of England for emergency funding. But experts and officials insist that Northern Rock, which has £113bn in assets, is not in danger of going bust. Despite the reassurances lines of customers formed outside many Northern Rock branches around the UK. The bank has struggled to raise money to finance its lending ever since money markets seized up over the summer...

  • Housing Starts and Demographics by Calculated Risk - 9/13/07 snips:

    (charts at link) Both the UCLA Anderson Forecast (1mil) and Goldman Sachs (1.1mil) have recently revised down their estimates for housing starts for the next couple of years... My forecast is for starts to fall to about 1.1 million units... 1)If these forecasts are accurate, starts have fallen less than 60% from the recent peak annual rate in 2005 (2.07 million units) to the eventual bottom. We are barely more than half way, in terms of starts, from the peak to the trough! 2)Demographics are NOT currently favorable for housing as compared to the late '60 through early '80s...
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    From The Market Oracle:

    US Housing Market Crash to result in the Second Great Depression

    This week’s data on the sagging real estate market leaves no doubt that the housing bubble is quickly crashing to earth and that hard times are on the way. “The slump in home prices from the end of 2005 to the end of 2006 was the biggest year over year drop since the National Association of Realtors started keeping track in 1982.” (New York Times) The Commerce Dept announced that the construction of new homes fell in January by a whopping 14.3%. Prices fell in half of the nation’s major markets and “existing home sales declined in 40 states”. Arizona, Florida, California, and Virginia have seen precipitous drops in sales.

    The Commerce Department also reported that “the number of vacant homes increased by 34% in 2006 to 2.1 million at the end of the year, nearly double the long-term vacancy rate.” (Marketwatch)

    “The US economy is in danger of a recession that will prove unusually long and severe. By any measure it is in far worse shape than in 2001-02 and the unraveling of the housing bubble is clearly at hand. It seems that the continuous buoyancy of the financial markets is again deluding many people about the gravity of the economic situation.”
    Dr. Kurt Richebacher

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    Where is the US heading? Are there examples where an out of control government aligned with organized crime will go? Videos in [this post] may show where the US is headed.

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    Is the Connecticut State Police organization merely a spy ring? [more]

    Should Condoleezza Rice's Sexual Orientation Matter?

    Secretary of State, who keeps private life shrouded, co-owns home with female filmmaker

    John Byrne
    Published: Friday September 14, 2007

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    Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice co-owned a home and shared a line of credit with another woman, according to Washington Post diplomatic correspondent Glenn Kessler, who reveals the information in his new book, The Confidante: Condoleezza Rice and the Creation of the Bush Legacy.

    Kessler discussed the revelations with talk-show host and gay author Michaelangelo Signorile Friday on his Sirius Radio show.

    According to the book, Rice owns a home together with Randy Bean, a documentary filmmaker who once worked with Bill Moyers. Kessler made the discovery by looking through real estate records.

    Bean explained the joint ownership and line of credit to Kessler by saying she had medical bills which left her financially drained and Rice helped her by co-purchasing the house along with a third person, Coit Blacker, a Stanford professor who is openly gay.

    Blacker later sold his line of credit to Rice and Bean.

    Kessler mentions rumors about Rice's sexuality in the book and notes that many older single heterosexual women have been "unfairly" targeted with regard to their sexual orientation. He also says Rice has been the focus of "nasty attacks."

    When asked about the revelations on Signorile's show, Kessler "said he did not know if this meant there was something more to the relationship between the woman beyond a friendship."

    Perhaps the most popular remaining high-profile figure in the Bush Administration, Rice was promoted to succeed Bush by many of her backers. She repeatedly declined offers to run for president in 2008 and will return to Stanford upon her departure from the White House.

    Rice faced attacks from liberals in the gay community over the State Department's reluctance to rebuke Iran for the hanging of gay teenagers. The gay rights lobby Human Rights Campaign called on Rice in 2005 to condemn Iran's human rights abuses after the hanging of two gay teenagers, and to express indignation over "other horrific human rights abuses against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people across the globe."

    Rice did not.

    The Secretary has remained silent on whether gays should be allowed to serve in the military and has not commented on the permanent partners immigration act.

    Andy Humm, a New York gay journalist who discussed the Iran hangings on his TV show Gay USA, says Rice's silence gives "consent."

    "Condi Rice works for an administration that uses attacks on gay rights to win votes," Humm told RAW STORY. "She has stood by silently while the President has proposed writing anti-gay discrimination into the Constitution of the United States. Whenever she is given the opportunity to distance herself from their anti-gay polices she punts."

    "Silence," he added, "gives consent."

    Signorile excerpted a brief quote from Kessler's book on his blog.

    "After she became secretary of state, she came to a party at Blacker's house, kicked off her shoes, and began dancing through the night to rock and and roll," Kessler wrote. "Blacker, who is gay, wanted to show his partner how tight her behind is; he postulated that if he aimed a quarter at her butt, it would bounce off like a rocket. He was right. Rice, who was dancing, didn't realize what he had done until everyone began laughing hysterically. She was flattered -- and proud."

    The blogger who first posted emails about former Rep. Mark Foley's (R-FL) solicitation of male Congressional pages, Lane Hudson, also questions Rice's silence.

    "Secretary Rice has typified the juxtaposition that many Republicans have between their public and private lives," Hudson said. "Privately, she is very supportive of gays. However, she heads a State Department that has done little to move foreign governments around the world in the direction of equal rights for their citizens."

    Steve Clemons, who blogs at The Washington Note -- and who travels in high-level foreign policy circles -- told RAW STORY that "Condoleeza Rice may or may not be gay but she is in a relationship which legitimately raises these kinds of questions. Before he took office, the president and first lady had close relationships with a number of gay men, including Charles Francis, whose brother managed Bush's reelection campaign for Texas governor."

    Friday, September 14, 2007

    The Gathering Storm

    Dept. of Affordable Housing

    The Housing Crisis Goes Suburban

    By Michael Grunwald
    Sunday, August 27, 2006; Page B01

    In the past five years, housing prices in Fairfax County have grown 12 times as fast as household incomes. Today, the county's median family would have to spend 54 percent of its income to afford the county's median home; in 2000, the figure was 26 percent. The situation is so dire that Fairfax recently began offering housing subsidies to families earning $90,000 a year; soon, that figure may go as high as $110,000 a year.

    Seventy years after President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared that the Depression had left one-third of the American people "ill-housed, ill-clothed and ill-nourished," Americans are well-clothed and increasingly overnourished. But the scarcity of affordable housing is a deepening national crisis, and not just for inner-city families on welfare. The problem has climbed the income ladder and moved to the suburbs, where service workers cram their families into overcrowded apartments, college graduates have to crash with their parents, and firefighters, police officers and teachers can't afford to live in the communities they serve.


    Probably less than one in a hundred gets caught ...

    Embattled exec fingers GOP Senator Ted Stevens' son in bribery trial

    Published: Thursday September 13, 2007

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    Former VECO Corp. CEO Bill Allen testified in the federal trial of former Alaska House Speaker Pete Kott Thursday that he bribed three lawmakers, including the son of GOP Senator Ted Stevens, the Washington Post reports.

    Former state Senate president Ben Stevens, son of U.S. Senator Ted Stevens, was implicated along with Kott and state Rep. Vic Kohring.

    Allen and former VECO vice president Rick Smith have already entered guilty pleas and are awaiting sentencing.



    "Mr. Stevens has consistently said he's not engaged in any of the illegal activity that is alleged by Mr. Allen. He denies it," John Wolfe, Stevens' attorney, told The Associated Press.

    The FBI also is investigating remodeling done to the elder Stevens' home in Girdwood. According to at least one contractor, invoices were first sent to VECO. Ted Stevens has said he paid all bills on the home that he received.

    [Kott] is accused of turning in a $7,993 invoice, purportedly for flooring work done on Allen's home, when in fact the money was used to hire his son as his re-election campaign manager.


    The entire Washington Post article can be read here.

    Thursday, September 13, 2007

    Breaking the Law, Bush-style?

    Watchdog asks: Why is Bush's kid brother getting federal bucks?

    Nick Juliano
    Published: Wednesday September 12, 2007

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    An independent watchdog agency has asked the Department of Education to investigate why President Bush's younger brother, Neil, has received money earmarked for the president's signature education initiative to sell a curriculum program that has not been subjected to the rigorous evaluation it deserves.

    Neil Bush, 52, who has no background in education, founded Ignite! Learning in 1999 with donations from his parents and a slate of international business interests. The company produces "Curriculum on Wheels" devices -- computer/projectors that are pre-loaded with software aimed at preparing students for standardized tests that are the central tenet of the president's No Child Left Behind law.

    The "COWs" are sold to school districts at a cost of $3,800 to $4,200, although they have not been subjected to peer-reviewed scientific studies, according to Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. CREW says nearly $1 million has been spent on the systems in 16 school districts, mostly in Texas, where George W. Bush served as governor before his election in 2000, and Florida, where brother Jeb Bush is governor.

    The watchdog group is requesting an investigation from the Education Department's inspector general, alleging that the Ignite! systems do not meet the standards laid out by Congress dictating how NCLB funds can be spent.

    "It is astonishing that taxpayer dollars are being spent on unproven educational products to the financial benefit of the president’s brother," Melanie Sloan, CREW's executive director, said in a news release. "The IG should investigate whether children’s educations are being sacrificed so that Neil Bush can rake in federal funds."

    Neil Bush first attracted public scrutiny for his role in the Savings and Loan scandals of the late 1980s when a Colorado S&L on whose board he served failed. The scandal cost taxpayers $1.6 billion.

    Some school districts identified by CREW spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal money on the mobile projectors, which include curriculum for math, science or social studies. In addition to their baseline cost -- $3,800 for a single-subject COW or $4,200 for one covering all three subjects -- the units impose on schools a $1,000 annual licensing and upkeep fee, CREW says. Schools also have the option of purchasing lifetime contracts for $6,800, according to the New York Times.

    Although there's no direct evidence of presidential nepotism on behalf of his baby brother, Neil Bush did benefit from his mother's largesse in the wake of Hurricane Katrina last year. Barbara Bush donated an undisclosed amount of money to a hurricane relief fund overseen by former Presidents George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, and earmarked part of those funds for purchases of Ignite! software.

    In an interview earlier this year with the New York Times, Neil Bush denied using his brother's position to push his product. He claimed he was inspired to start the company after struggling with dyslexia while he was in school.

    Ignite's Web site includes anecdotal testimonials from teachers who have used the program. But some teachers are less than impressed with the system, saying it supplants rote memorization for critical thinking skills.

    "As a review, it uses catchy phrases and tunes," Jeremy Siefker, a middle school science teacher who's used the program, told the Times, "but as far as scientific investigation and inquiry, I don't think it's very good."

    Ironically, among the schools that have shunned the program is a Texas elementary school named for Neil Bush's father.

    "After reviewing the program, Bush is not interested," Jill Arthur, principal of George H. W. Bush Elementary in Midland, TX, wrote in an e-mail to Ignite! obtained by CREW. "We feel our money is best spent elsewhere."

    Wednesday, September 12, 2007

    Are U.S. Courts still racist, but now just a little more slick about it?

    [more], this link is a repost of a past post. The links inside that post that refer to any other posts no longer go to intended posts.

    The ACLU digs into the Connecticut State Police as a spy organization [click here]

    Are the Connecticut State Police acting out on unofficial Jim Crow? [more]

    If you are a Black Man and a White Woman that you have a restraining order on in Connecticut, breaks into your house while on probation and slams an iron into your face and commits felony assault, should she not be violated on probation and should the Black Male be sentenced to a year in prison for being the victim? [Connecticut's dirty little secrets]

    [click here] for my letter to the Washington DC FBI. Should Connecticut be shut down and taken over by the Federal Authorities, until the courts, legislators, governor, judges, prosecutors, DCF, DOC, DMR, and other officials act lawfully and honor the US Constitution in Connecticut?

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    Racist Comments from the Bench?

    Enfield Connecticut Judge Howard Scheinblum

    Scheinblum is known to rent out courthouses for retirement parties for lawyers, judges, and prosecutors. It sounds like they have a little club not for serving you, but for fleecing and abusing you. Sceinblum is known to allegedly make racist comments from the bench and to use a violin in his chambers. If he played a bad note, a harsh sentence was imposed. A nice not, a lenient sentence. Was Howard Schienblums violin resposible for 3 murders in Cheshire, Connecticut, in a home invasion because Scheinblum played a good note with his violin? [Hartford Courant Cheshire Connecticut story on murders]

    I was stalked and harassed by Rell's Connecticut State Police Capitol Guards for wanting to testify against Schienblum at [this hearing]

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    [list] of pictures and names of Connecticut's dirty little secrets

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    [click here] for:

    The Continuing Saga of the Rogues in the Connecticut State Police

    Connecticut, A Police State

    Fucking and Sucking out of not being prosecuted?

    Kristine D. Ragaglia former head of Connecticut DCF put in charge of fraud investigation after she was found out to have rented office space from organized crime figures and had taken many of the same bribes and freebies as had former Connecticut Governor John G. Rowland, known to both Presidents Bush as "Johnny", went to Federal Prison for.

    [click here] for "Connecticut DCF Fraud Broad?"

    [click here] for:

    Kristine D. Ragaglia

    Ragaglia Admits Taking Gifts Connecticut Official Who Admitted Taking Lavish Gifts Now Holds State Job Investigating Government Fraud
    8:50 AM EDT, May 1, 2006 Associated Press Exclusive

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- A state official who helped send former Gov. John G. Rowland to prison in a corruption case told a federal grand jury that she received many of the same expensive hotel getaways, lavish dinners and limousine rides that were used to bribe the governor's office.

    Yet Kristine Ragaglia made a deal for her testimony that spared her prosecution and allowed her to keep the $104,000-a-year state job she now has investigating government fraud.

    What would a Bush "Help Wanted" Ad look like?

    [click here] for more

    Disagree, be labeled a terrorist

    Chief of Staff Andrew Card whispers in Bush’s ear 9-11-01, Sarasota, Florida. Was the whisper, “The Country has no idea, we did it, good job pookie”? [more]

    Judges decide the outcomes of cases

    Juries are tampered with by judges all the time. Lawyers trying to defend their clients against a judge wishes get arrested, disbarred, and ruined, just ask former Attorney Jim Brewer.

    [click here] for my yet unanswered letter to Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal

    Man Jailed By Judge After Jury Acquits Him [link]

    Judge Says Man Violated Conditions Of Earlier Sentence

    A former Ashland, N.H., man cleared of assaulting a police officer while trying to rush his pregnant fiancee to a hospital is being sent to jail by a judge.

    A jury deliberated about 15 minutes last month before acquitting Nathaniel Gibbs, 25, after a four-day trial. But Monday, Grafton County Superior Court Judge Jean Burling ordered Gibbs to serve a suspended sentence from a previous drug conviction.

    "I don't know how the jury made its decision. This is my own, based on the testimony that I heard," she said.

    Burling said she found by a preponderance of evidence that Gibbs assaulted an officer and disobeyed an officer -- actions that violated the good behavior requirements of the previous suspended sentence. The jury must determine guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Gibbs argued that he was pulled over while rushing his fiancee to the hospital and that the officer shoved him while he was trying to get him to help.

    Gibbs' family said the police should be prosecuted.

    His lawyer promised an appeal. The judge said Gibbs would be eligible for work release or electronic monitoring. She ordered him to report to jail on Sept. 24.

    "I know you believe you were found not guilty but I am not influenced by the jury verdict. This is a separate hearing, and I have to balance the evidence and if the scales tip ever so slightly," Burling said in court on Monday.

    At trial, Ashland Police Lt. Don Marren testified that Gibbs sped away after he stopped the man, then beat Marren, picked him up and knocked him to the road after he stopped him a second time. Prosecutor Rick St. Hilarie asked Burling to order that Gibbs serve up to one year of a suspended county jail sentence handed down after Gibbs pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

    On Monday, Gibbs and his extended family were outraged that he was being jailed for bad conduct based on charges for which he had been acquitted.

    "What's the point of a jury?" lamented Gibbs' maternal grandfather, Bob.

    During the trial, Gibbs testified that he had physical contact with Marren only once, and only after Marren shoved him in the chest as he approached, trying to explain that his girlfriend needed to be taken to the hospital.

    "We had one physical altercation because of a misunderstanding. I did not get out of my car angry. I just wanted to tell him where I was going," he said.

    Public Defender Tony Hutchins said case law was not exact on whether the conduct for which someone has been acquitted can be used to bring forward a suspended sentence.

    "The court should not be free to punish someone whose conduct falls outside criminality," he said.

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    [click here] for blog dedicated to exposing judicial abuse and misconduct while suggesting ways to reduce it.

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    The Less than Honorable Chief Justice William J. Sullivan?

    My open letter to him [click here]. I question Sullivan outside a Judiciary Hearing room after taking [this video] asking Sullivan that if I notified him of possible felonies committed by Judge Jonathan J. Kaplan and if he did not turn Kaplan into the proper investigating authorities, wasn't he, Justice Sullivan, guilty of felonies.

    The New Connecticut Supreme Court Justice, Chase T. Rogers
    I personally handed chase the [text of this letter], shaking her hand and talking to her. If she didn't pass the information on to the proper investigating authorities after telling me that she read the letter, is she also guilty of obstruction of justice and felonies?

    Former Connecticut State Police Commissioner Leonard C. Boyle

    [click here] for my letter to the former Connecticut State Police Commissioner Leonard C. Boyle. Should Boyle be arrested and charged with felonies if he helped cover up police misconduct and did not forward my complaints for investigation by the proper authorities?

    Is the Connecticut State Police organization merely a spy ring? [more]

    Current Connecticut State Police Commissioner John A. Danaher III
    [click here] for my letter to the Connecticut State Police Commissioner John A. Danaher III. Should Danaher be arrested and charged with felonies if he helped cover up police misconduct and did not forward my complaints for investigation by the proper authorities?

    Former Rockville Connecticut Judge and former Connecticut State Police Commissioner Arthur L. Spada
    [click here] I ask Spada if he ran or frequented a whore house as judge and former Connecticut State Police Commissioner and more. Should Spada be arrested for the felonies he allegedly committed even though he retired after being fired by Governor M. Jodi Rell?

    Are there unnamed factions in the US, similar to the KKK? [more]

    Former Chief States Attorney Christopher Morano [from post]

    A Pattern of Deceit?

    Excerpt: A veteran state criminal inspector who successfully sued former Chief State’s Attorney John M. Bailey for violating his free speech rights filed a new lawsuit Tuesday, contending that Chief State’s Attorney Christopher Morano has engaged in a yearlong campaign of retaliation against him. [post]

    [click here] for my letter to Bush Oct. 15, 2001, in which I received an answer.

    Tuesday, September 11, 2007

    Jackie Gleason for Richard Nixon

    If Jackie Gleason was alive would he be for Richard M. Nixon George W. Bush

    Teflon Badges

    Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell with a Buzz On?

    Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell
    What is the initial "M.", for? Why does her long time associate and number one aid, M. Lisa Moody also have an "M." in her name? I can understand matching tattoos. Is the above gesture, what she is really saying to Connecticut taxpayers? [post]

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    Feds Overlooked Hartford Cop’s Checkered Past

    by James Brewer | April 3, 2007 8:40 AM
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    The Deputy United States Attorney that brought down Boston FBI Agents and local cops for illegal activities with federal informants seems to have turned a blind eye to the questionable appointment of suspended Hartford Police Officer Robert Lawlor (pictured) to the Federal Violent Crimes Impact Team (“VCIT”) in 2005.

    Connecticut’s U.S. Attorney Kevin O’Connor and Deputy U.S. Attorney John Durham remain mum on the topic of Lawlor’s involvement in a Federal Task Force operating in Hartford that led to the death of 18-year-old Jashon Bryant and shooting of Brandon Henry by Lawlor. Lawlor killed Bryant and seriously wounded Henry while on duty as a deputized United States Marshal working on the VCIT.

    VCIT was a joint operation, federally funded, that utilized Federal Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (“ATF”) agents and Hartford Police officers to get guns off the streets.
    [click here] for more

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    Robert Lawlor or an associate posted this picture of Lawlor on a website asking for donations with the words, "American Patriot" underneath:

    Is a White Cop that executes Blacks by shooting them in the back an American Patriot?

    [click here] for more

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    Do you want to score drugs?

    Lt. William White (Photo: New Haven Register)

    [click here for more]

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    Why did a Connecticut State Police Officer have hundreds of thousands of unexplained cash to waste gambling, and then kill his wife, seriously wound her lawyer, and then shoot himself? Was he protecting his friends also with hundreds of thousands of dollars of unexplained cash?

    Power, Intimidation, and the Threat of Death or Serious Injury

    is a hallmark of any Mafia-like organization.

    Michael Bochicchio, a retired Major in the Connecticut State Police Posted by Hello

    Someone that can easily obtain large amounts of money and then just waste it, such as losing $176,000 gambling in just 6 months, begs many questions.

    Large amounts of cash begotten by schemes, payoffs, and/or white collar crime capers can’t be used to just buy a home or other large purchase, but pursuits like gambling are an easy way to ‘launder’ and waste large amounts of cash. If there was no effort in earning it and the money wasn’t earned in a legitimate way, why not gamble it?

    The former Chief of Staff for the former Connecticut State Police Commissioner,
    Arthur L. Spada, was nailed for fraud and other serious infractions. Spada had a cavalier attitude indicating that this was not uncommon State Police behavior and should be overlooked given the amount of time officers have been getting ‘freebies’ and on the take. What!!!???

    [click here] for more

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    Report: Top aide to Public Safety chief to be arrested for defrauding state

    July 2, 2004

    HARTFORD, Conn. -- An arrest warrant has been issued for the chief of staff to state Public Safety Commissioner Arthur Spada, charging him with defrauding the state, The Hartford Courant reported in editions prepared for Friday.

    Maj. Gregory Senick, Spada's chief of staff for the past four years, is accused of charging thousands of dollars in snow removal, plumbing and other bills to the state while he lived at a state-owned property for $1 a year, The Courant reported, citing unidentified sources.

    Senick, 47, is expected to turn himself in on Friday to answer two counts of first-degree larceny and a conspiracy charge, both felonies. The charges are filed by the recently formed Public Integrity Unit of the chief state's attorney's office, the newspaper reported.

    He would be the highest ranking state police officer ever arrested.

    Senick was not available for comment when phoned by The Associated Press Thursday night.

    Spada defended Senick.

    "I have no doubt he will be vindicated," Spada said. "I have found his integrity to be impeccable. I am shocked just like everybody else at department headquarters."

    Senick has been living on the Altobello property in Meriden since April 1999, originally paying $1 a year in rent in a lease he signed with the Department of Public Works.

    In exchange, he was to conduct security checks of the property and file quarterly reports with DPW officials.

    The Courant, citing unidentified sources, said the criminal case against Senick focuses on whether Senick intentionally defrauded a state agency by breaking the lease. Senick was supposed to pay for snow and garbage removal and lawn care, according to the lease.

    Senick hired a property management firm to do the work and had the company bill the state, The Courant reported.

    Senick's stepson works for the property management company, the newspaper reported, citing its sources.

    An employee of the property management firm also is expected to be arrested on charges similar to Senick's. Officials from the Hartford firm could not be reached for comment.

    © Copyright 2004 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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    Gay Bashing within in the ranks of the Connecticut State Police?
    [click here] for more

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    When will Col. Lynch of the Connecticut State Police be arrested for fixing cases and influencing the outcomes of State Police investigations?

    Justice and Political Influence is For Sale

    A blowjob, car crash, politically powerful man dead, and alleged police/court tampering, skewed investigations, and harassment allegedly orchestrated out of a governor�s office. ...
    [click here] for more

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    A Corrupt Governor and a Homeland Security Scam Involving the State Police

    Vincent J. DeRosa was named director of the state Homeland Security Department under former Gov. John G. Rowland.
    [click here] for more

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    Racism and Spying, a "Proud" Connecticut State Police History?

    Mr. Clean's Swan Song

    [click here] for more

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    Will the new Connecticut State Police Commissioner John A. Danaher III continue the Connecticut State Police tradition of spying on citizens, retaliation, and in covering up police misconduct?

    Connecticut State Police Commissioner John A. Danaher III

    [click here] for more

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    [click here] for my complaint to the Washington DC FBI

    If Connecticut police officers, allegedly on steroids shoot their guns off in town, beat up citizens, and then pay an informant $10,000 to kill a US Marine having made a police misconduct complaint, the informant turns in the cops, and then the officers convince another felon, on probation, to kill the US Marine, nothing happens to the cops. The 2nd murder for hire attempt fails, and the US Marine wakes up in the hospital with 13 stab wounds is arrested for causing a disturbance being stabbed, and a corrupt Connecticut Judge does not violate the felon police informant on probation for almost killing 3 people. Yes, the police and courts in Connecticut are "Beyond Ridiculous", [click here] for more

    Ritt Goldstein informed Connecticut Legislators at a special hearing about Connecticut Police Misconduct [video], and soon after fled for his life to Sweden, seeking political asylum.

    I went to legislators about police not wanting to protect and serve downtown Connecticut home and business owners regarding drug dealers, prostitutes, thieves, and vandals, that police encourage to commit crimes, calling them "informants", for use in revenue collection, retaliation, and asset and cash confiscation. [video] of the properties police were determined to make me lose railroading me to prison for having a "Big Mouth" writing letters to the editor printed in newspapers, and for proposing Civilian Oversight of Police to legislators.

    Former Rockville Connecticut Judge and former Connecticut State Police Commissioner Arthur L. Spada

    I tell former Connecticut State Police Commissioner Arthur L. Spada off [click here]

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