Register now !    Login  
Main Menu
Who's Online
50 user(s) are online (44 user(s) are browsing Message Forum)

Members: 0
Guests: 50

more...


Forum Index


Board index » All Posts (skepticalhook)




Re: Christ Hospital apparently threw out dead baby's body with trash
Home away from home
Home away from home


I agree K-lo. Anyone that thinks a hospital worker threw a baby out purposely is deranged and should be locked up asap for the good of society. They should go sell crazy somewhere else.

Of course they're going to sue. That'll make it all better-big money, fur coats and a lincoln navigator with hot rims will make everything right (note the sarcasm).

Posted on: 2009/1/30 0:41
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

lindsbinz22 wrote:
I had heard Ohio as well.

Just because they rent doesn't necessarily make them judgment proof... There are lots of ways to collect on a judgment if someone doesn't own property - take/sell their car [if they have one], attach their wages [I know the husband works]. Don't give up on that Gina! And please, keep us posted on how Jonathan is doing.


I rent too. This was not a sleight against renters. It was a sleight against slimy people that don't take responsibility for their actions. Attaching wages is far more difficult than it sounds (particularly when the deadbeat is supporting a family with an autistic kid) as is selling anyone's assets to cover a civil judgment.

Hope that they have homeowners insurance-that might cover something. (Remember--these people think breeding and selling 200lb dogs in an apartment is a good investment--I doubt they are skilled in the art of high finance).

Posted on: 2009/1/28 18:14
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

loveanimals wrote:
yes the dogs are still at the shelter they were trying to contact Susan to see if the dogs had rabies....I think they should have checked for this the day Jonathan got attacked. I know Jonathan's lawyer is checking into the case now. I will keep everyone updated ;-D


Definitely keep us updated.

A little advice--the dogs' owners rent and are probably judgment proof. Given their constant lies and, frankly, abhorrent behavior by the male owner (he's known for exploding with threats and curse-laced rants at the smallest comment about those dogs--really doesn't like anyone to criticize when he beats the dogs--yes, he beats the dogs), I can all but guarantee a civil suit will be useless and they will never concede any kind of responsibility.

The best thing would be to really push for the criminal charges and try to get restitution from the criminal courts. I also wouldn't count out the possibility that they might just disappear and you'd have to find them. FYI--While it's been reported that they were moving to California, I understand that they've also said that they were moving to Ohio.

Posted on: 2009/1/28 17:41
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

itsaurora wrote:
100% not true. both dogs are still at the shelter.


Thanks. You just made my day.

Posted on: 2009/1/27 15:52
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


I spoke to someone this morning that indicated that she thinks she saw at least one of the dogs out with the male owner last night. Can anyone confirm? If it is true, I am absolutely outraged.

Posted on: 2009/1/27 14:05
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


There was supposed to be a hearing this morning to determine the fate of these dogs and/or whether the owners would get them back. I am very much afraid of the chance of the court returning them to their owners, who I view as the main problem. I would hate to see them put down (the dogs, not the owners), but would prefer that to ever seeing them in our neighborhood. Does anyone have any info?

Posted on: 2009/1/26 19:52
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

mwa7368 wrote:
Classic arguments that the courts have already thought of....bottom line? WALKING YOUR DOG OFF THE LEASH IS ILLEGAL! As such, anyone who criticizes criminals and walks their dog without a leash is a hypocrite. If you want to let your dog off the leash, move away from the city. God help you


OK, so anyone that goes 60mph in a 55mph zone cannot criticize criminals? If this is your world view, God help YOU. Dog off leash, like speeding, is a civil violation. This one had consequences, as speeding may too. I'd suggest just toning down the rhetoric.

Cheers.

Posted on: 2009/1/23 13:49
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


Jonathan (the man who was attacked) will be on the news tonight channel 5 at 6pm and channel 9 at 10pm

Posted on: 2009/1/22 21:27
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


Another lie:
She says: "I thought the park was empty and I turned to close the door and there was a tiny little Chinese woman with a big baby," Kolb said in her defense. "She became frightened. She began jumping up and down and she dropped the baby. The dogs never touched her."

When they attacked the woman and her baby she says she unleashed them "at the park at Greene and Essex streets". There is no park. It is a small private lot and she trespasses there (not that anyone would stop her with those dogs). She uses it like her own playpen. And they have gotten out other times, including attacking someone I know. The woman and baby ran into Fulton's Landing to escape from these dogs. When the doorman went out to look, the dogs were gone. If the dogs did nothing wrong, why'd she leave immediately?

Also, anyone want to tell me the significance of this bigot pointing out that the woman was Chinese?

Posted on: 2009/1/22 14:50
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


Fyi-The story is front page jersey journal this morning. http://www.nj.com/news/jjournal/jerse ... 32609228147250.xml&coll=3

I think it is laughable that she says the dogs are trained to do anything, much less give a kiss when someone walks up to them. She is a liar liar liar. These dogs are fully untrained, and the male owner admitted as much months ago.

Her quote is a complete fabrication: "They jumped up and he got upset and I grabbed the dogs and he moved away," Kolb said in an interview with the Journal. "I said 'Are you OK?' and he said 'I'm fine.' There were no marks or stains or blood on him."


In reality, he ran into portside immediately to get away from them and asked the doorman for assistance. No way he said he was "fine".

Posted on: 2009/1/22 13:55
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


Back to those statistics, any idea how many of those were bitten by their own dogs, breeders, trainers, dogfighters (who deserve it), etc? 4.7 million seems awefully high for the errant dog-off-leash attack. I would think too that parents have some responsibility on those children attacks.

I think those numbers make this sound like an epidemic-that would be about 1.5% of the country annually getting bitten by dogs. Are they calculating when my dog nips the end of my finger b/c I don't let go of the treat fast enough? I question the number or, at a minimum, the implication. Even the purported 365,000 bite victims allegedly treated in hospital sounds high.

Posted on: 2009/1/21 23:56
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

philasurfer wrote:
Quote:
skepticalhook wrote: you intend to fund your programs with TARP money?


Very funny....as I suggested I would charge high fees for licensing. In other words make dog owners pay for it.

I was joking about sending dogs to a farm. My point was to make the penalties for ignoring the leash laws so harsh that no one will ever ignore them. For example, potentially lose your privilege, the license, to own a dog.

And I agree there are more serious problems in the world, but this goes much further than just dog attacks. It is quality of life and worthy of some attention. I am not suggesting taking detectives off the beat, just set up a regulatory structure that works. Obviously the dog regulations we have were put in place before every other person in the city had a dog.


Philasurfer--good to keep an eye on the big picture. I was obviously joking as well on some of this--it is a quality of life issue, and they are important. This thread just seems to have gotten way off topic.

By the way, I am surprised that she had the dogs off leash, and wonder if that's accurate. They could have gotten away from her as well with leashes on (and I have heard that has happened in the past). Either way, uncontrollable dogs this size have no business in an urban area. That much is clear.

Cheers.

Posted on: 2009/1/21 20:15
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


We have learned that the dogs have been removed from the home and that it was "quite a scene".

But to comment further,

Philasurfer--you intend to fund your programs with TARP money? You're just absurd. You're going to restrict dogs to certain parts of the city? Where-Communipaw only? Who will be interviewing these hypothetical farm owners to adopt these dogs when they are "immediately confiscated because they are off leash?" How about a bipartisan committee elected by a supermarjority of the JC counsel.

I think there are problems in this city that need this kind of scrutiny, like education, violent crime, the former HCSPCA shelter (and that scumbag Hector Carbajales that stole $12K and left rotting corpses) . . . but I digress. Dog bites man, while lamentable, is not one of the top 10.

In any event, here is the website for these dogs and the damn people that, as I said, were breeding them in an apartment: http://jumbaboerboels.com/home

It is sooooo very much full of lies. They claim the dogs are raised in a "loving family among other dogs, kids, and cats. We stress a calm obedient temperment and a gentle loving nature."

This guy curses up a storm in front of everyone. Cops called repeatedly. There is no love, no obedience, and these dogs have no gentle nature.

Anyone looking to adopt from them, in the event they get their dogs back, better beware and look elsewhere. You will not get good dogs from these people.

Posted on: 2009/1/21 19:14
 Top 


Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
Home away from home
Home away from home


I know these people and their dogs. The dogs are South African Boerboels. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boerboel. Very popular with white supremacist/skinhead groups (although I make no representation as to the owners of these two). Tan with a short coat. The male weighs at least 200 lbs. They are fully untrained. And they are breeding them! Absolutely absurd. This woman can't control them, whether on leash or not. She's been dragged down the street by them.

The woman's boyfriend/husband constantly beats and kicks the larger one when he pulls on his leash. They have attacked other dogs in the neighborhood as well, and many of the other dog owners have spoken about putting a complaint for animal cruelty together against them as well.

I also heard that someone else from portside towers was bitten about a week ago too and cops were involved in that one as well

How the hell did they only get a summons for off leash. This is assault, plain and simple.

Posted on: 2009/1/20 17:22
 Top 


Re: First of six new stores opens at Liberty Harbor
Home away from home
Home away from home


All I have to say is I am so thankful they opened an Edible Arrangements store here finally. I know I'll be eating there often (note the sarcasm). High end deli means one thing--$12 sandwiches and they don't carry Ritz crackers. Enjoy. I for one would like to have a clean pedestrian deli.

Posted on: 2008/11/25 14:40
 Top 


Re: ANIMAL CRUELTY AT THE HUDSON COUNTY SPCA -- at 480 Johnston Avenue, Jersey City
Home away from home
Home away from home


Well, any news from anyone on the SCUMBAG CARBAJALES, or did this get swept under the rug with everything else in this town?

I assume they are still involved with animal control and making 6 figures a year doing it.

Posted on: 2008/11/17 20:39
 Top 


Re: Can anyone in local goverment hold thier drink (Lipski this time)?
Home away from home
Home away from home


This is all very funny, but PEOPLE-GET SOME PERSPECTIVE

First--It's no surprise that Healy would not have someone resign over an alcohol-related offense, given his own history. He also doesn't think anything is wrong with Willie Flood's (JC counselwoman) nepotism (really embezzlement from JC), or Kabili Tayari's (deputy mayor) auto theft & theft from the local NAACP, or his own debauchery. This is an extremely abbreviated list of the corruption in this town, and these are intentional acts.

Put Lipski's offense at the bottom of the list. At least this guy has admitted he's an alcoholic and is seeking treatment. (Actually, if you believe him, he fell off the wagon after 2 years sober).

Posted on: 2008/11/13 21:35
 Top 


Re: ANIMAL CRUELTY AT THE HUDSON COUNTY SPCA -- at 480 Johnston Avenue, Jersey City
Home away from home
Home away from home


This is F*&king Rediculous. This Scumbag Carbajales is still collecting money. How the hell can you get anything done in this town?!

Lawyer absence delays SPCA case
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
By PAUL KOEPP
JOURNAL STAFF WRITER
The manager of the shuttered animal shelter run by the Hudson County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is still headed for trial on animal cruelty charges, but no date has been set.

A pre-trial conference scheduled yesterday in Guttenberg Municipal Court was postponed until Oct. 7 by Judge Frank Leanza because the attorney for Zoe Carbajales was not present.

Carbajales is fighting charges that she kept animals in freezing, filthy conditions at the Johnston Avenue facility in Jersey City. The case was moved from Jersey City Municipal Court to Guttenberg to avoid a conflict of interest because the violations were cited by Jersey City Animal Control Officer Joe Frank.

Carbajales has pressed theft charges against Frank in return, saying he improperly removed three dogs during an inspection in January.

In a separate proceeding, Hudson County state Superior Court Judge Thomas Olivieri, who shut the shelter down in April after a series of failed inspections, is considering what to do with the HCSPCA's assets. He will hold a conference with attorneys in that case on Monday.

Carbajales' husband Hector, the former president of the HCSPCA, is still doing animal control for Union City for $5,000 a month, according to the city's health officer, Richard Censullo. North Bergen, the other town that had strays taken to the shelter, has signed a contract with Associated Humane Societies of Newark.

Posted on: 2008/9/22 15:38
 Top 


Re: ANIMAL CRUELTY AT THE HUDSON COUNTY SPCA -- at 480 Johnston Avenue, Jersey City
Home away from home
Home away from home


New Update--very disappointed in the tone.

What are "substantial fines" going to do? She needs to go to jail with her thieving abusing husband. You know they'll still get treated better in their cages than those poor animals ever were.

Also, HECTOR--are you listening???--Next time you shoot yourself, aim above the neck, not below the ankle.

Judge: Get ready for SPCA trial in fall if sides don't settle
Wednesday, August 06, 2008
By PAUL KOEPP
JOURNAL STAFF WRITER
The saga of the Hudson County District Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals moved a step closer to resolution last night as a judge told the shelter's manager and two Jersey City inspectors to prepare for a trial over their competing charges.

On one side is Zoe Carbajales, manager of the now-closed Johnston Avenue facility. She faces a dozen animal cruelty charges based on two inspections in January that allegedly found her keeping malnourished dogs in filthy, freezing conditions.

Those inspections were carried out by Jersey City animal control officer Joe Frank and Bob Vogt, of the city's Health Department.

Their attorney, Andrew Abrams, said last night after a hearing before Guttenberg Municipal Judge Frank Leanza that Carbajales faces "substantial fines" if found guilty.

But she has filed theft charges against Frank in return, alleging that he improperly removed three dogs from the shelter.

The case was moved to Guttenberg from Jersey City Municipal Court to avoid a conflict of interest, since Frank is a city official.

The two sides exchanged evidence - including photographs and inspection reports - last night, and Leanza told the attorneys to appear before him on Sept. 16 to determine if the charges can be resolved or if a trial should be scheduled.

Carbajales is being represented by Michael Willis, a Jersey City attorney. She attended the hearing with her husband, Hector, the former president of the HCSPCA, but they declined to comment.

In a separate proceeding, Hudson County state Superior Court Judge Thomas Olivieri is considering what to do with the HCSPCA's assets.

He shut the shelter down in April after a series of failed inspections.

PAUL KOEPP can be reached at pkoepp@jjournal.com.

Posted on: 2008/8/6 13:22
 Top 


Re: Kabili Tayari in the news again...this time he didn't return his rental car
Home away from home
Home away from home


I'd submit that JC is largely the way it is because Tayari is precisely the type of African-american leader that is being bred here-criminal leader that only looks out for himself (and not even so good at that!).

Posted on: 2008/8/3 22:11
 Top 


Re: Under-fire ASPCA shelter prez shoots big toe accidentally; said he was afraid of animal activist
Home away from home
Home away from home


It looks like it's business as usual in Hudson County, where the health officer, Richard Censullo, is in bed with that scumbag, Hector Carbajales. Censullo is defending his actions in keeping Carbajales because he's not under criminal investigation. What the . . . ! Do you seriously have to wait till the guy is in jail to fire his ass? Why defend him--Carbajales gets almost $100K a year for taking care of strays?! Can you say kickback? I bet Censullo can.



SPCA under microscope
Monday, July 28, 2008
By PAUL KOEPP
JOURNAL STAFF WRITER
The Hudson County District Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is the target of a criminal investigation by the state Attorney General's Office, according to an official with knowledge of the situation.

North Bergen and Union City were served with subpoenas for records relating to the towns' dealings with the HCSPCA and its president, Hector Carbajales, a source said on condition of anonymity.

Both towns, which had $47,000-a-year contracts with the HCSPCA, are cooperating fully, the source said.

The Attorney General's Office did not respond to phone calls on Friday. The HCSPCA was shut down in April following several failed inspections, and it has since been revealed that Carbajales personally withdrew $11,790 from the shelter's bank account that same month.

His wife Zoe faces a dozen animal cruelty charges stemming from alleged filthy conditions at the shelter on Johnston Avenue in Jersey City.

Reached by phone Friday, Zoe Carbajales said the couple had no comment.

The Liberty Humane Society brought the animals from the shelter to its Jersey City facility and has been appointed by Hudson County Chancery Judge Thomas Olivieri as the HCSPCA's temporary receiver.

Union City will review bid offers for animal control services Tuesday morning, and North Bergen will do the same soon after, according to Richard Censullo, health officer for both towns.

Hector Carbajales has been doing animal control for the towns under a new entity, Kindred Critters, until a new service provider can be found, Censullo said. He defended the arrangement, saying Carbajales has not been convicted of any crime.

Censullo also cautioned that the towns have been receiving animal control services at a very low rate and can expect to pay three times more under their new deals.

Olivieri will hold a hearing Thursday to consider what should be done with the HCSPCA facility.

The state Attorney General's Office has asked Olivieri to disband the HCSPCA and disburse its assets to other animal groups, according to Diana Jeffrey, the attorney who instigated the shutdown of the HCSPCA on behalf of Hudson Animal Advocates.

The state SPCA is also vying for the assets, Jeffrey said.

Posted on: 2008/7/31 17:30
 Top 


Re: Failure to Appear Notice
Home away from home
Home away from home


I will give you another ironic twist. There's an older spanish parking dept idiot that goes crabbing in the marina at the end of Warren St (on his off hours I think). I saw this guy park illegally at the end of the street, even when there were legal spots 50' away. Of course, he may just be brain-damaged from eating bottom-dwellers out of the Hudson. He also regularly tickets folks in the 2-hour parking spots when they haven't been parked anywhere close to 2 hours. Ever get one of those tix?

Posted on: 2008/7/19 16:10
 Top 


Re: State SPCA pulls Hudson unit's charter
Home away from home
Home away from home


Update--I can't believe this despicable scum still has contracts with the towns. The corruption is so frustrating. Next time this guy shoots himself, I hope he aims higher.

SPCA hearing postponed
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
A court hearing for the animal shelter manager of the troubled Hudson County District Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was postponed yesterday because the judge hearing the case couldn't attend.

A date to hear the dozen animal cruelty charges against Zoe Carbajales in Guttenberg Municipal Court will be heard at some date in the future, court officials said.

The charges were moved to Guttenberg from Jersey City because they involve the city's Animal Control Officer Joe Frank.

Carbajales has accused Frank of improperly removing three dogs from the Johnston Avenue shelter after surprise inspections in January.

The shelter has since been shuttered following a string of failed inspections, as well as the grisly discovery last month of rotting carcasses in a freezer. It had been taking in strays from Union City and North Bergen.

Those towns now have contracts of $5,000 a month with Carbajales' husband Hector, the SPCA president, to act as animal control officer while they find a new contractor.

Posted on: 2008/7/16 14:19
 Top 


Re: Kabili Tayari in the news again...this time he didn't return his rental car
Home away from home
Home away from home


Let's toss another couple into the "Corrupt" category in the Jersey City administration. How many folks in city governement haven't been indicted (or are known criminals)?

JERSEY CITY - A former Jersey City judge and court administrator have been indicted on charges that they fixed tickets.

Former Municipal Court chief judge Wanda Molina is accused of dismissing eight parking tickets for her female companion. And a grand jury says there's evidence that former administrator Virginia Pagan fixed 215 tickets for herself and her daughter.

Both stepped down last year and would face at least five years in prison if they're convicted of official misconduct and tampering with and falsifying public records.

The judge's lawyer says she should be censured, not indicted. Pagan's lawyer says she does not intend plead guilty.

Three other Jersey City judges were charged but not indicted in the scandal.

Posted on: 2008/7/15 17:09
 Top 


Re: Kabili Tayari in the news again...this time he didn't return his rental car
Home away from home
Home away from home


It's a sad state of affairs when no one seems even remotely interested in the topic at hand, which is a chance to maybe get rid of a criminal in an overpaid "ceremonial position" on the JC payroll. Remember the mayor himself has been convicted while in office in connection with his "drunk and disorderly conduct", and let's not kid ourselves-if he wasn't guilty of much more that night, the whole thing would have been dismissed. It's not to say I don't like the amiable drunk mayor. He at least appears to be less corrupt than his predecessors. I found the following on line, which details the Mayor's poor choice of advisors, and also acknowledges that nothing will happen to anyone in JC gov't as a result:

Occasionally, the Jersey City public can expect a Punch and Judy Show to erupt in City Hall. Every administration has had people who provided several guffaws, pratfalls or brain freeze moments that leave city residents open-mouthed.

Mayor Jerramiah Healy's battle to overturn his conviction on resisting arrest and obstructing justice outside a Jersey Shore tavern has some entertainment value.

Last year, former Healy Deputy Mayor Ador L. Equipado, 63, copped a plea in Superior Court to third-degree official misconduct. Against city policy, Equipado was charging about $130 to marry couples at City Hall - while also trying to sell the newlyweds phone service plans.

The latest headlines involves another of Healy's deputy mayors, Kabili Tayari. At first, some politico watchers suggested this is a clever ploy by the mayor to highlight members of former Mayor Bret Schundler's administration to discredit a possible rival in the upcoming mayoral race. Tayari held a post as an assistant economic something or other under Schundler.

Tayari is a nice enough and friendly guy, traits that did not matter to Port Authority cops who pulled him over last week in his rental 2008 Chevy Malibu. The vehicle had been reported stolen by an Avis rental outlet.

Apparent house - as in the mayor also uses him - attorney Philip Matsikoudis said Tayari probably just overlooked the rental bill and it would eventually be paid. Being pulled over was apparently a reminder that the bill was overdue.

This incident is not expected to hurt Tayari in City Hall. His post was more ceremonial than a position of power.

Posted on: 2008/7/9 16:12
 Top 


Re: Kabili Tayari in the news again...this time he didn't return his rental car
Home away from home
Home away from home


So how many do-nothing, corrupt "deputy mayors" does healy employ at $100k+ per year? I recall he had another that was extorting cell phone business and demanding tips for doing weddings-i believe he was fired. This one won't go as quietly, I'm sure, since he's pres of the JC NAACP-how long till he takes a page from Sharpton's book and plays the race card? Is he a minister (ala farakhan) too or does he just like bowties? Also, why the alias-"kabili tayari" isn't even his name. Anyone got a rapsheet on this guy?

Posted on: 2008/7/5 23:08
 Top 


Re: State to probe Liberty Humane Society's claims against Jersey City animal control officers
Home away from home
Home away from home


I am sure LHS would freely give their records. They are good people.

It's the greedy underhanded SOB "control officer" Hector Carbajales that has caused such an outrage. The fact that this guy is not in jail is reprehensible. He should rot the same way that he left those poor animals at the Hudson SPCA. Him and his wife both. Absolute scum.

Posted on: 2008/6/27 16:48
 Top 


Re: Under-fire ASPCA shelter prez shoots big toe accidentally; said he was afraid of animal activists
Home away from home
Home away from home


Does anyone know why this SOB is being prosecuted in Guttenberg rather than JC, where he committed the animal abuse? Any updates on the embezzelment of the $11+ thousand he stole? Sorry, "allegedly".

Posted on: 2008/6/25 17:28
 Top 


Re: Under-fire ASPCA shelter prez shoots big toe accidentally; said he was afraid of animal activists
Home away from home
Home away from home


According to news reports, the place was ?broken into? twice?the first time cages and supplies were ?stolen?. The second time, adoption records were ?stolen? and copper piping was ripped out. Sound like an inside job? Maybe he sold the cages and supplies to hire an attorney, then the attorney told him that since he didn?t do any backgrounds on adoptors or maintain pets' health, the records should "disappear". Sound plausible?

The guy is supposedly a minister too. Tax scam? or do you think he?s just one of those self-righteous ones that sins at every corner? I'll go with both.

One other thing--don't be so anxious to put this on the state or SPCA. While they should have done a better job in policing this jerk, we are too quick in this country to pass off accountability to gov't agencies everytime someone doesn't care for the kids or commits some egregious act. Maybe if there was more personal responsibility this country wouldn't be in the place it's in. Instead, it's always some mental disease/defect. Sometime people do bad things because they are bad. Based upon what I've seen, this guy is just bad.

Posted on: 2008/6/24 15:23
 Top 



TopTop
« 1 ... 4 5 6 (7)






Login
Username:

Password:

Remember me



Lost Password?

Register now!



LicenseInformation | AboutUs | PrivacyPolicy | Faq | Contact


JERSEY CITY LIST - News & Reviews - Jersey City, NJ - Copyright 2004 - 2017