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BLOOMBERG + GIULIANI + KERIK = CORRUPTION!
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Freedom Man
2009-10-25 14:34:56 UTC
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BLOOMBERG + GIULIANI + KERIK = CORRUPTION!

Kerik-connected contractors poured cracked concrete at new Yankee Stadium.
http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/archives/2009/10/kerik-connected.php
By Julia in Crime and Punishment, Featured, Julia, Politics, The Mafia
Saturday, Oct. 24 2009

After less than a year, cracks are already appearing in the concrete
pedestrian walkways in the $1.5 billion city-subsidized Yankee
Stadium. The company that poured the concrete, Interstate Industrial
Corporation, is currently starring in the trial of former Giuliani
Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik.

[And all this is happening under Bloomberg's mayoral watch!
"City-subsidized"
means it is being done with OUR TAX MONEY! What other corrupt practices
under the Bloomberg administration have we yet to learn of?]

Kerik, who was the Giuliani-recommended candidate for Chairman of
Homeland Security, accepted $165,000 in renovations on his Riverdale
apartment from the DiTomasso brothers, the principals of Interstate,
in return for recommending them for city contracts they were barred from.

Famously Giuliani-friendly Yankees management gave Interstate a
contract for the new Yankee Stadum, despite their appearance on both
NJ and NY lists of companies with ties to organized crime.

At the time, Giuliani, who later made his crusade to clear organized
crime out of New York an issue in his presidential campaign, said he
didn't know about Interstate's issues (which didn't comfort Senator
McCain at all).
Obwon
2009-10-26 14:07:44 UTC
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BLOOMBERG + GIULIANI + KERIK = CORRUPTION!
Kerik-connected contractors poured cracked concrete at new Yankee Stadium.
http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/archives/2009/10/kerik-connected.php
By Julia in Crime and Punishment, Featured, Julia, Politics, The Mafia
Saturday, Oct. 24 2009
After less than a year, cracks are already appearing in the concrete
pedestrian walkways in the $1.5 billion city-subsidized Yankee
Stadium. The company that poured the concrete, Interstate Industrial
Corporation, is currently starring in the trial of former Giuliani
Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik.
[And all this is happening under Bloomberg's mayoral watch!
"City-subsidized"
means it is being done with OUR TAX MONEY! What other corrupt practices
under the Bloomberg administration have we yet to learn of?]
Kerik, who was the Giuliani-recommended candidate for Chairman of
Homeland Security, accepted $165,000 in renovations on his Riverdale
apartment from the DiTomasso brothers, the principals of Interstate,
in return for recommending them for city contracts they were barred from.
Famously Giuliani-friendly Yankees management gave Interstate a
contract for the new Yankee Stadum, despite their appearance on both
NJ and NY lists of companies with ties to organized crime.
At the time, Giuliani, who later made his crusade to clear organized
crime out of New York an issue in his presidential campaign, said he
didn't know about Interstate's issues (which didn't comfort Senator
McCain at all).
Gee... For a former U.S. Prosecutor Giuliani certainly
seems way too clueless. He was unable to discover things
that have been in the news ad nauseum. My, my, selective
ignorance? So now he's going to be behind our next Mayor?
In Bloombergs camp, because he's campaigning for him? Well,
let's all welcome Giulian back, eh?
Phil
2009-10-26 13:56:22 UTC
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My, my, selective
ignorance?
Newsgroups can't survive without it.


Phil
Slim
2009-10-27 04:08:27 UTC
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My, my, selective
ignorance?
Newsgroups can't survive without it.
And you just HATE IT when ever any of Ghoulianis Racist Gestapo's get
outed as a common skell like KKKerik.
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Obwon
2009-10-28 03:10:10 UTC
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My, my, selective
ignorance?
Newsgroups can't survive without it.
And you just HATE IT when ever any of Ghoulianis Racist Gestapo's get
outed as a common skell like KKKerik.
Remember the days when Phil used to sing the praises of the
honorable police commissioner who brought crime down? Yeah,
that was his man Kerik, hahaha. Kerik is sitting in a jail
cell now, where we said he belonged.
Phil
2009-10-28 11:59:30 UTC
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My, my, selective
ignorance?
Newsgroups can't survive without it.
And you just HATE IT when ever any of Ghoulianis Racist Gestapo's get
outed as a common skell like KKKerik.
Remember the days when Phil used to sing the praises of the
honorable police commissioner who brought crime down? Yeah,
that was his man Kerik, hahaha. Kerik is sitting in a jail
cell now, where we said he belonged.
Why don't we wait until after the trial--and see if he's actually
convicted--before you start singing about his guilt. Or does the
saying, 'No conviction. No crime,' not apply to those you don't like?


Phil
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2009-11-10 02:21:14 UTC
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My, my, selective
ignorance?
Newsgroups can't survive without it.
And you just HATE IT when ever any of Ghoulianis Racist Gestapo's get
outed as a common skell like KKKerik.
Remember the days when Phil used to sing the praises of the
honorable police commissioner who brought crime down? Yeah,
that was his man Kerik, hahaha. Kerik is sitting in a jail
cell now, where we said he belonged.
Why don't we wait until after the trial--and see if he's actually
convicted--before you start singing about his guilt. Or does the
saying, 'No conviction. No crime,' not apply to those you don't like?
Really Phil? Did you wait to convict the "Central Park Jogger Seven"???
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Phil
2009-11-10 22:39:15 UTC
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Why don't we wait until after the trial--and see if he's actually
convicted--before you start singing about his guilt. Or does the
saying, 'No conviction. No crime,' not apply to those you don't like?
Really Phil? Did you wait to convict the "Central Park Jogger Seven"???
What did I say about the Central Park Jogger atackers? Why don't you
google what I said and post it here. Be sure that cite the URLs...
little man.


Phil
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2009-11-10 02:19:52 UTC
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My, my, selective
ignorance?
Newsgroups can't survive without it.
And you just HATE IT when ever any of Ghoulianis Racist Gestapo's get
outed as a common skell like KKKerik.
Remember the days when Phil used to sing the praises of the
honorable police commissioner who brought crime down? Yeah,
that was his man Kerik, hahaha. Kerik is sitting in a jail
cell now, where we said he belonged.
All Phil and his ilk want is to see blacks and hispanics taken off to jail.

Remember the white Wall Streeters Ghoulee ha arrested in front of the cameras?

ALL OF THEM WALKED.
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Phil
2009-11-10 22:37:09 UTC
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My, my, selective
ignorance?
Newsgroups can't survive without it.
And you just HATE IT when ever any of Ghoulianis Racist Gestapo's get
outed as a common skell like KKKerik.
Remember the days when Phil used to sing the praises of the
honorable police commissioner who brought crime down? Yeah,
that was his man Kerik, hahaha. Kerik is sitting in a jail
cell now, where we said he belonged.
All Phil and his ilk want is to see blacks and hispanics taken off to jail.
Mike, why do you continue lying about me. You've been accusing me of
racism for about ten years, yet you've never provided proof.

It should be easy to do if it was true. For example, I accuse you of
racism and here's my proof:

What Mike says about the Chinese:

http://groups.google.com/group/soc.culture.asian.american/msg/728a4ab...

"Chinese men (the jook-kok, or born in China) are real macho scumbags
who when not cheating on thier wives, are in the gambling basements,
casinos or brothels here in the Gum Shan (golden mountain)."

What Mike says about Australians:

http://groups.google.com/group/alt.fan.rush-limbaugh/msg/14956f2b1b8c...

"Why would we bomb a penal colony with the ugliest women on the
planet?

No wonder Aussies drink so much! "

About Italians:

http://groups.google.com/group/soc.retirement/msg/7a0f3e2981ec594a

"Middle America will accept a Bubba long before they accept a
Greaseball." (referring to Giuliani)

It's easy to back up claims when they're true...but you wouldn't know
shit about the truth, would you?

Phil
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2009-11-23 18:48:33 UTC
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It's easy to back up claims when they're true...but you wouldn't know
shit about the truth, would you?
Yawn.

Phil, every time you re-post what I wrote, I have said the following:

"I stand behind every one of my posts. Can you say the same, Phil?"

And every time, you refuse to say that you stand behind every one of
your posts.

Why are you such a chickenshit?

You drag out old posts of mine, and I have no trouble standing behind my words.

Why can't you do the same with your own posts?

What are you so afraid of?
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Phil
2009-11-24 05:35:06 UTC
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It's easy to back up claims when they're true...but you wouldn't know
shit about the truth, would you?
Yawn.
"I stand behind every one of my posts. Can you say the same, Phil?"
And every time, you refuse to say that you stand behind every one of
your posts.
Why are you such a chickenshit?
You drag out old posts of mine, and I have no trouble standing behind my words.
Why can't you do the same with your own posts?
What are you so afraid of?
I've answered these nonsense questions before, Mike. Atleast twice.
If you're really interested in knowing, you'd google it



Phil
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2009-11-25 01:13:11 UTC
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It's easy to back up claims when they're true...but you wouldn't know
shit about the truth, would you?
Yawn.
"I stand behind every one of my posts. Can you say the same, Phil?"
And every time, you refuse to say that you stand behind every one of
your posts.
Why are you such a chickenshit?
You drag out old posts of mine, and I have no trouble standing behind my words.
Why can't you do the same with your own posts?
What are you so afraid of?
I've answered these nonsense questions before, Mike. Atleast twice.
If you're really interested in knowing, you'd google it
Oh, you have replied to my posts, not never to the direct question at hand;

"Do you stand behind every post you have made on the internet?"

I have often said that I stand behind my posts. Why won't you?

A yes or no will suffice.

You have also avoided my other question;

"Have you ever told a lie?"

Again, a simple yes or no will suffice.

I have admitted to lying in my life, everyone has...except you and the NYPD.

But LOOK BELOW! Even they can be caught lying a in court of law!

But YOU...YOU still refuse to admit that you have told a lie.

How sad.

You have to give up the "Homebrewing" Phil.

You will thank me one day. ;-)

NYPD cop convicted of perjury
November 18, 2009 By The Associated Press  
QUICK SUMMARY
NYPD cop convicted of perjury in statements about burglary; resigns from force

NEW YORK - NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City police officer pleaded
guilty to lying under oath during his testimony before a grand jury on
a burglary suspect.
Pedro Corniel admitted he falsely told a grand jury he saw a suspect in
the basement of an apartment, when he never went to the basement and
never saw the person there.
Bronx District Attorney Robert Johnson says he hopes the case helps get
the word out that prosecutors don't turn a blind eye to this kind of
conduct. He says it "jeopardizes cases as well as the careers of those
who should know better."
As a result of Corniel's testimony, charges against the suspect were dismissed.
Corniel, who was assigned to the 48th Precinct, has resigned. He faces
up to a year in jail.
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Phil
2009-11-25 21:12:17 UTC
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I've answered these nonsense questions before, Mike. Atleast twice.
If you're really interested in knowing, you'd google it
Oh, you have replied to my posts, not never to the direct question at hand;
"Do you stand behind every post you have made on the internet?"
I have often said that I stand behind my posts. Why won't you?
A yes or no will suffice.
You have also avoided my other question;
"Have you ever told a lie?"
Again, a simple yes or no will suffice.
I have admitted to lying in my life, everyone has...except you and the NYPD.
But LOOK BELOW! Even they can be caught lying a in court of law!
But YOU...YOU still refuse to admit that you have told a lie.
How sad.
yawn.....


Phil
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2009-11-26 19:30:35 UTC
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I've answered these nonsense questions before, Mike. Atleast twice.
If you're really interested in knowing, you'd google it
Oh, you have replied to my posts, not never to the direct question at hand;
"Do you stand behind every post you have made on the internet?"
I have often said that I stand behind my posts. Why won't you?
A yes or no will suffice.
You have also avoided my other question;
"Have you ever told a lie?"
Again, a simple yes or no will suffice.
I have admitted to lying in my life, everyone has...except you and the NYPD.
But LOOK BELOW! Even they can be caught lying a in court of law!
But YOU...YOU still refuse to admit that you have told a lie.
How sad.
yawn.....
Drunk again?

Too inebriated to answer two "yes or no" questions?

How sad, how predictable.
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Phil
2009-11-27 21:25:54 UTC
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Drunk again?
Too inebriated to answer two "yes or no" questions?
How sad, how predictable.
I answered your questions already. Are you too frustrated to let it
go?

It's a shame that you spent your Thanksgiving, insulting strangers on
the internet, instead of being with your loved ones.


Phil
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2009-11-29 19:37:39 UTC
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Drunk again?
Too inebriated to answer two "yes or no" questions?
How sad, how predictable.
I answered your questions already. Are you too frustrated to let it
go?
You responded to my request with fear and insecurity.

You never answered the question with a yes or no.
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It's a shame that you spent your Thanksgiving, insulting strangers on
the internet, instead of being with your loved ones.
And were where you? Drunk, as usual? Locked in you bathroom making MORE
Homebrew?
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2009-11-29 21:21:13 UTC
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Drunk again?
Too inebriated to answer two "yes or no" questions?
How sad, how predictable.
I answered your questions already. Are you too frustrated to let it
go?
You responded to my request with fear and insecurity.
More of your bullshit lies (no surprise there).
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You never answered the question with a yes or no.
And I told you why.
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It's a shame that you spent your Thanksgiving, insulting strangers on
the internet, instead of being with your loved ones.
And were where you? Drunk, as usual? Locked in you bathroom making MORE
Homebrew?
I celebrated the holidays with my family. Thanks for asking.
It's funny how you insult me and expect me to answer your questions in
the post.

Grow up.


Phil
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2009-11-30 20:13:32 UTC
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Drunk again?
Too inebriated to answer two "yes or no" questions?
How sad, how predictable.
I answered your questions already. Are you too frustrated to let it
go?
You responded to my request with fear and insecurity.
More of your bullshit lies (no surprise there).
You were afraid that somehow I would twist your answer....remember?
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You never answered the question with a yes or no.
And I told you why.
You are afraid to.
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Phil
2009-12-01 00:26:03 UTC
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Drunk again?
Too inebriated to answer two "yes or no" questions?
How sad, how predictable.
I answered your questions already. Are you too frustrated to let it
go?
You responded to my request with fear and insecurity.
More of your bullshit lies (no surprise there).
You were afraid that somehow I would twist your answer....remember?
I'm not afraid of that. I'm certain of it; that's the only reason why
you would want me to answer your bullshit questions.
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You never answered the question with a yes or no.
And I told you why.
You are afraid to.
What's the matter Mike? You can't find anything else by googling me?

Phil
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Drunk again?
Too inebriated to answer two "yes or no" questions?
How sad, how predictable.
I answered your questions already. Are you too frustrated to let it
go?
You responded to my request with fear and insecurity.
More of your bullshit lies (no surprise there).
You were afraid that somehow I would twist your answer....remember?
I'm not afraid of that. I'm certain of it; that's the only reason why
you would want me to answer your bullshit questions.
If you are not afraid to answer yes or no, why have you not done so?
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You never answered the question with a yes or no.
And I told you why.
You are afraid to.
What's the matter Mike? You can't find anything else by googling me?
You fear me, you loathe me, and yet you refuse to killfile me.

I am the Daddy you never had, you willingly respond to my every post.

Now just answer the questions Phil.

Yes or no.

Or grow a pair and killfile me.
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Phil
2009-12-02 03:56:00 UTC
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You were afraid that somehow I would twist your answer....remember?
I'm not afraid of that. I'm certain of it; that's the only reason why
you would want me to answer your bullshit questions.
If you are not afraid to answer yes or no, why have you not done so?
I've told you why I don't. I gues you're just too stupid to remember.
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I am the Daddy you never had
My father was an honest and fair man. If you were my father, I'd be
the son of a hate-filled and powerless bigot.
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Now just answer the questions Phil.
Yes or no.
Or grow a pair and killfile me.
Or else what? You're going to be annoying for another ten years and
post more lies about me? That's all you can really do, isn't it? I
know you're not going to try anything directly; you're too much of a
coward.

Stop embarassing yourself with your childish bravado.


Phil
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You were afraid that somehow I would twist your answer....remember?
I'm not afraid of that. I'm certain of it; that's the only reason why
you would want me to answer your bullshit questions.
If you are not afraid to answer yes or no, why have you not done so?
I've told you why I don't. I gues you're just too stupid to remember.
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I am the Daddy you never had
My father was an honest and fair man. If you were my father, I'd be
the son of a hate-filled and powerless bigot.
Powerless?

It is you who are powerless one.

You ALWAYS come back and reply to my posts, Phil.
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2009-12-04 03:22:58 UTC
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You were afraid that somehow I would twist your answer....remember?
I'm not afraid of that. I'm certain of it; that's the only reason why
you would want me to answer your bullshit questions.
If you are not afraid to answer yes or no, why have you not done so?
I've told you why I don't. I gues you're just too stupid to remember.
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I am the Daddy you never had
My father was an honest and fair man. If you were my father, I'd be
the son of a hate-filled and powerless bigot.
Powerless?
It is you who are powerless one.
You ALWAYS come back and reply to my posts, Phil.
Et tu, little man?


Phil
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You were afraid that somehow I would twist your answer....remember?
I'm not afraid of that. I'm certain of it; that's the only reason why
you would want me to answer your bullshit questions.
If you are not afraid to answer yes or no, why have you not done so?
I've told you why I don't. I gues you're just too stupid to remember.
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I am the Daddy you never had
My father was an honest and fair man. If you were my father, I'd be
the son of a hate-filled and powerless bigot.
Powerless?
It is you who are powerless one.
You ALWAYS come back and reply to my posts, Phil.
Et tu, little man?
Sorry Phil, you are the one on the string....my string.

You will always be my little bitch.

Now amuse us with your response!;-)
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Kevin Spellman, off-duty cop accused of mowing down Drane Nikac while
drunk, faces 25 years
BY Dorian Block 
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Originally Published:Wednesday, December 2nd 2009, 3:54 PM
Updated:
Wednesday, December 2nd 2009, 3:54 PM
The off-duty cop who was allegedly plastered when he mowed down a Bronx
grandmother faces up to 25 years in the slammer because his
blood-alcohol level was so high, under an indictment unsealed Wednesday.
Prosecutors originally slapped Kevin Spellman, a 22-year veteran
detective, with a vehicular manslaughter charge that carries a maximum
sentence of up to seven years.
Several days later, results of a blood test revealed that Spellman had
a .21 blood-alcohol level, more than twice the legal limit, five hours
after he hit and killed Drane Nikac, 66, on Oct. 30, a source said.
Prosecutors say witnesses also came forward and said Spellman blew
through a red light and was visibly drunk at the scene.
The grand jury indictment revealed that Spellman now faces a 25-year
maximum sentence for charges lodged when a suspect has a .18
blood-alcohol level or higher, including aggravated vehicular homicide
and aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Spellman pleaded not guilty Wednesday and his lawyer, Robert Brunetti,
argued that the cop "wasn't intoxicated to any extent" and plans to
test have the blood tested himself.
Some of the two dozen members of Nikac's family, who sobbed loudly
during yesterday's hearing in Bronx Supreme Court,  said they were most
upset at Spellman's lack of remorse and acceptance of responsibility.
Spellman, who is free on a $100,000 bond, walked past them in court
without acknowledging them, they said.
"Drinking and driving killed my grandmother," said Sara Juncaj, 25, one
of Nikac's nine grandchildren. "It's disgusting to see how they tried
to defend him. It's special treatment he received here."
Juncaj said her grandmother, who loved and respected police officers,
told doctors before she died that she understood who had killed her.
"She knew that someone that was supposed to protect her killed her," she said.
Spellman, who has previously been ordered into rehab, had allegedly
been drinking at a bar with fellow officers the night of the accident
and was so hammered that he didn't realize he had hit a woman,
according to court papers.
"I didn't see that guy," he allegedly said. "He came out of nowhere."
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2009-12-06 14:39:51 UTC
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You ALWAYS come back and reply to my posts, Phil.
Et tu, little man?
Sorry Phil, you are the one on the string....my string.
You will always be my little bitch.
yawn...

If you say so Mike. You've been lying since day one. You'll die a
liar. You won't change. Standing by your lies and repeating them,
won't make them any truer.


Phil
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You ALWAYS come back and reply to my posts, Phil.
Et tu, little man?
Sorry Phil, you are the one on the string....my string.
You will always be my little bitch.
yawn...
If you say so Mike. You've been lying since day one. You'll die a
liar. You won't change. Standing by your lies and repeating them,
won't make them any truer.
You just proved, once again, that you are my bitch.

LOL!!!!

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2009-12-08 17:38:08 UTC
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You ALWAYS come back and reply to my posts, Phil.
Et tu, little man?
Sorry Phil, you are the one on the string....my string.
You will always be my little bitch.
yawn...
If you say so Mike. You've been lying since day one. You'll die a
liar. You won't change. Standing by your lies and repeating them,
won't make them any truer.
You just proved, once again, that you are my bitch.
Yawn, again.

Sorry Mike, but I can't play your immature games now. With the
holidays approaching and family and friends visiting, reading your
recycled old lies is not priority.

Perhaps after the new year.


Phil
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You ALWAYS come back and reply to my posts, Phil.
Et tu, little man?
Sorry Phil, you are the one on the string....my string.
You will always be my little bitch.
yawn...
If you say so Mike. You've been lying since day one. You'll die a
liar. You won't change. Standing by your lies and repeating them,
won't make them any truer.
You just proved, once again, that you are my bitch.
Yawn, again.
You just responded on my command.
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Sorry Mike, but I can't play your immature games now.
You just did...again!

Once AGAIN proving that you are my bitch.
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Judge Jack Weinstein rips NYPD on false arrests as brothers sue for
$10M over wrongful narcs bust
BY John Marzulli 
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Monday, November 30th 2009, 8:48 PM
A respected federal judge slammed the NYPD Monday as plagued by
"widespread falsification by arresting officers."
Brooklyn Federal Judge Jack Weinstein delivered the disturbing
appraisal in a four-page decision refusing to throw out a multimillion
dollar suit against the city filed by two men who were busted on bogus
narcotics charges.
Weinstein, a 40-year veteran of the bench, was not persuaded by the
city's claim that there is no evidence that police lying is condoned as
an official policy.
"Informal inquiry by [myself] and among the judges of this court, as
well as knowledge of cases in other federal and state courts ... has
revealed anecdotal evidence of repeated, widespread falsification by
arresting officers of the New York City Police Department," Weinstein
wrote.
He said that while the vast majority of cops don't engage in crooked
practices, it was common enough to be an institutional problem.
The judge said that despite better training for recruits and tough
disciplinary action for bad cops, "there is some evidence of an
attitude among officers that is sufficiently widespread to constitute a
custom or policy by the city approving illegal conduct."
A police spokesman had no immediate comment on the decision, which was
made public yesterday.
Maximo Colon and his brother, Jose, say Queens narcs busted them last
year on false charges of selling cocaine in order to meet arrest quotas.
A surveillance tape inside Club Delicias de Mi Terra completely
exonerated the Colons and led to the indictments of Detectives Henry
Tavarez and Stephen Anderson.
The Colons then filed a $10 million lawsuit for false arrest.
Weinstein lowered the boom on the NYPD after giving city lawyer Afsaan
Saleem a chance to come up with documentation showing that steps have
been taken to address any problem of false testimony and fabricated
criminal charges by cops.
In the past year, hundreds of drug cases have been tossed due to a
corruption scandal in the Brooklyn South narcotics unit, three cops
were arrested for covering up the sodomy of a suspect in the Prospect
Park subway station and a veteran Bronx detective was convicted of
perjury.
"The NYPD has a serious credibility issue if federal judges are
convinced the department puts officers on the stand who lie," said
Donna Lieberman, president of the New York Civil Liberties Union.


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