Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Birth of the Hoboken Horse

Six years ago, fed up with the corruption and in your face arrogant contempt of the Hoboken public, a horse took hooves to keyboard to say "enough."

Much has changed and much has remained the same. With over sixteen million views here and MSV's related Google plus account, Hoboken corruptocrats and their minions learned word was getting around.  Repeated actions using the courts were taken to villify this editor and shut the website down.

It didn't work out that way.

Highlighted by a vicious three year frivolous SLAPP-suit litigation and about one phony criminal complaint annually - all thrown out of court - this website soldiered on.

Next stop on the malicious abuse of process train is a trial date on Councilwoman Beth Mason's alleged criminal complaints originating last September for being handed a subpoena in the SLAPP-suit she's supported since August 2012.

Or was it earlier with the Birth of a Bench SLAPP? 

Beth Mason has put off the trial date twice. Third time's the charm set for September 9th in Jersey City.

The activity of political operatives at the Mason Civic "charity" says Beth Mason is gearing up to run for re-election.

After publicly supporting a failed frivolous lawsuit against a dozen
Hoboken residents, Councilwoman Beth Mason is slated to go to
trial September 9th for her criminal complaint against MSV.
She claims she's the victim of assault with a subpoena in that case.


This is a reprint of the very first article posted on MSV in August 2009.

Good Night Contemptuous Prince

In a week that proved in the end to be perhaps enlightening and empowering at once, Hoboken finally lurched out of the abyss and moved to take its next step forward leaving one month mayor Peter Cammarano behind.

The media, often connected to the powers that be in the New Jersey Democratic Party, was quick to label Cammarano a rising star, but the facts on the ground from anyone who wanted to know showed something entirely different: a condescending politician who viewed Hoboken only as a stepping stone to bigger things. Even worse, his utter contempt for voters as captured by secret FBI audiotapes showed that the public pronouncements condescending upon the public in City Council meetings especially during the public portion were not isolated but absolutely reflective of his true nature.

Of course the response among a portion of the "locked down" community was somewhat entertaining as it attempted to raise its voice on Cammarano's behalf, but no one was listening. Instead, on sheer rumor alone, Hobokenites took to the streets to the uptown Bloomfield St. location where Cammarano lived in a spontaneous outpouring of anger not a day after he declared he would continue urinating on the town's residents. Although Cammarano had left town for the weekend with his family, the mail was delivered.

This action followed by a huge protest one business day later at City Hall sent Gov. Corzine's head spinning as both a candidate running for re-election this fall and a resident of the mile square city. Eventually the pressure that was coming from the bottom up (and bottom down in phone calls to the Gov's office) led to an unknown deal between Cammarano's and the Govenor's lawyers with the mayoral reign of the contemptuous prince ended last Friday.

We eagerly await some insight into what Cammarano got in the "deal" and we are awaiting the details of a new and no doubt well funded Cammarano Legal Defense Fund.

More shocking to the establishment NJ Rat Machine: not the status quo corruption but the reaction by the people of Hoboken, who refused to accept it. So very unlike the quiet hard working New Jersey residents who typically shrug and make a quip before moving on with their lives. This time they didn't.

As for Cammarano his political career lays in ruins at 32, and one can only thank the FBI for the gift they included in their criminal complaint. Respeck!!

Photo courtesy Jhnnynewman, Intrepid Photographer.  All rights reserved.