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Friday, November 13, 2015

Lane Bajardi's lament: 'All I got is a sullied reputation'

Friday Night Lights Series



With the recent Hudson Reporter email chatter about "the blogs" and the whimsical wish of conspiracy losers everywhere they are directed by City Hall forces, the Carmelo Garcia "ethnic cleansing" email variety coupled to inspire another peek into the Bajardi v Pincus email vault.

So is born our Friday Night Lights series.

Here's Lane Bajardi complaining to the former 2009 Beth Mason campaign treasurer Ines Garcia Keim that his ubermensch support for Beth Mason in her doomed quest for mayor has earned him nothing but a "sullied reputation."


Three years later after the 2009 mayoral election, Lane Bajardi, the frothing Hoboken411 ghostwriter would take a dozen Hoboken residents to court claiming they owed him $2,000,000 apiece for - you guessed it - defaming his reputation.


This endearing email did not make it into the Bench Slapped Series or presentation to Hudson Superior Court. It wasn't needed.

Next time, if there's a next time, it will. 





Related: Scene of the Krime: shocking news the funding for the ugly fabrications in four mailers against Councilwoman Jen Giattino looks illicitly funded through the PAC by none other than Beth Mason and her husband, Richard G. Mason of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.

PACs in Hoboken are limited to a $500 campaign contribution. The cost of the four mailers against Councilwoman Jen Giattino was well over $10,000.

Looks who showed up for a vicious fabricated loaded mailer campaign? It's none other than lame duck councilwoman Beth Mason and Richard G. Mason of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.

Fabricated mailer campaign graphic courtesy of Grafix Avenger