Saturday, December 5, 2015

Judge staves off release of most Carmelo Garcia "ethnic cleansing" emails

A judge taking a one-time action on motions in the Carmelo Garcia "ethnic cleansing" case staved off release of most of the emails over the Hoboken Housing Authority server between Carmelo Garcia and Louis Zayas on Friday afternoon.

While leaving open emails including other parties, the ruling means Carmelo Garcia may have avoided a bullet with the embarassment of truths revealed in the emails versus his "ethnic cleansing" narrative. 

A certification by Garcia to the court claimed he had previously obtained legal advice from former HHA counsel Charles Daglian such correspondence through the HHA servers was privileged. No email between Garcia and Daglian was produced leading some to wonder if the Garcia certification was completely manufactured.

John Heinis of Hudson County View attended the court hearing in Hudson Superior Court and filed this exclusive report:




For the complete Hudson County View story see:

http://hudsoncountyview.com/judge-rules-against-releasing-1000s-of-emails-between-garcia-zayas-in-hha-case/