Defamation lawsuit threat has no impact on Beth Mason slinging mud
After Councilman Ravi Bhalla issued a cease and desist to his council colleague, the litigious Beth Mason, any idea he would see an apology or an end to the attacks on him end before Election Day failed to materialize as a paid attack ad is repeating the same video locally on YouTube.
Bhalla had followed with a statement saying he had retained legal representation to pursue a defamation suit against Mason after the election and urged voters to counter Mason's attacks by voting for the Zimmer Team on November 5th.
MSV exclusively uncovered the Beth Mason connection to the original video commercial when footage taken by a known Mason operative appeared in the commercial shown in the story here, "Beth Mason's fanatical attack on Ravi Bhalla continues."
|Mason' paid political operative maintained a rigid focus on Ravi Bhalla|
at the last council meeting. The footage appears in the YouTube defamation ad.
A number of people including several commenters have noticed pop up ads appearing on YouTube. The paid YouTube ad is the same one underwritten by Beth Mason as shown exclusively here with footage of Councilwoman Terry Castellano taken by a known Mason operative in the last council meeting.
One reader noting the extensive comments by Beth Mason in the Hudson Reporter after the SLAPP suit was issued spoke of "bullying" and said perhaps Mason should be given a taste of her own medicine.
Attached is a sample of a report sent to YouTube as feedback to the Mason defamation ad against Ravi Bhalla:
Talking Ed Note: The Hoboken public shouldn't expect any story to appear on Mason's obvious underwriting of this YouTube attack ad against Ravi Bhalla.
MSV notes again the numerous lies in the paid YouTube ad and the only elixir to stop Beth Mason is an Act of God, federal law enforcement or the voters going to the polls Tuesday and taking matters into their own hands and voting for Mayor Zimmer, Councilmen Ravi Bhalla, Dave Mello and council candidate Jim Doyle.
Beth Mason is dense on getting the message from the electorate. Help her out Tuesday.