Editor Natalie Davis email@example.com
8:52 am on Thursday, April 11, 2013
I foresee a letter from the mayor on township letterhead asking for leniency for the defendants in this case.
I foresee a letter from the mayor on township letterhead asking for leniency for the defendents in this case.
9:23 pm on Tuesday, March 26, 2013
@Lou Greenwald Just wait until the investigation takes its course. These three numskullteers were dumb enough to bribe a cop, they likely left a trail of evidence behind and investigators will just follow it -- it will just take time.
4:58 pm on Tuesday, March 26, 2013
I wonder if someone will find the mayor "attractive" when he is finally in prison.
My bet is NOT! Maybe they would find the little one a bit cute.
4:56 pm on Tuesday, March 26, 2013
I wonder if someone will find the mayor "attractive" when he is finally in prison. Anyone think of that?
My bet is NOT!
9:06 am on Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Absolutely guys! Good riddance -- the sooner this district moves on the better.
2:36 pm on Monday, March 18, 2013
LOL @ joe capri, no need to do that, you couldn’t enlighten Pat Ellis of anything even if he/she were lying in a coma state. Let the courts decide if town hall officials driving this Parsippany bus should be sued or not.
I am humored joe capri by your and "Webmaster's" noticeable absence from Patch stories and blogs covering how much outgoing Chief DeZenzo has cost the taxpayers of Parsippany ($379,082.31 in unused personal, sick and vacation time) and another $16,003.79 in unused compensatory pay=$395,086.10). It only indicates you are subjective and only highlight selective facts trying to appease your one-sided ways.
I am equally amused by your absence in Patch discussions about and lack of mention of other police lawsuits against the township, such as the one mostly recently dropped by newly-named Acting Police Chief Paul Phillipps and the township’s lawsuit recently won by Sgt. Robert Whiteman, resulting in an immediate reinstatement of the Sergeant.
So again joe capri and Webmaster let the courts decide the merit of Carifi’s case and stop with your one-sided People's Court coverage. It is tiresome, selective and prejudiced.
Unfortunately for us residents, this township has a rich recently history of idiots leading town hall, i.e. Luther and now Barberio.
10:27 pm on Wednesday, March 13, 2013
P S.@ Rafki get Brian Stanton off your lap and pay attention.
I challenge you, Rafki, to disprove Stanton's foreclosure game which has cost his old neighbors plenty and taxpayers-at-large too. All you have to do is a simple search. I am confident that someone as gullible as you, Rafki, can successfully ascertain the information.
So despite your fruitless attempts at restoring their reputations, Stanton, Barberio and their buds are cronies. Rafki, you are just drinking Barberio's lie-ladened Kool Aid.
10:26 pm on Wednesday, March 13, 2013
I challenge you, Rafki, to disprove Stanton's foreclosure game which has cost his old neighbors plenty and taxpayers-at-large too. All you have to do is a simple search. I am confident that someone as gullable as you, Rafki, can successfully ascertain the information.
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