New Baltimore Democrat Town Board Candidate Janet ANGELIS Caught Moving, Stealing Opponents’ Campaign Sign!

19 Oct

“If a thief is found breaking in and is struck so that s/he perishes, there shall be no bloodguilt for her/him, but if the sun has risen on her/him, there shall be bloodguilt for her/him. S/He shall surely pay. If he has nothing, then s/he shall be sold for her/his theft.”  (Exodus 22:2-3)

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Like Coeymans, If New Baltimore Democrat Candidates Can’t Get Votes Honestly They Resort to Other Ways

Coeymans police lietenant Kerry Thompson’s son(s) and friends were caught on video vandalizing and stealing the political campaign signs of someone the Coeymans police or daddy Kerry Thompson don’t support. But that’s Coeymans business-as-usual. What do you think of New Baltimore town board candidate Angelis’ criminal conduct? (See What candidate Jeff Ruso (R) who has the Republican, Conservative and Independence party endorsements has to say about it, comment below.)

every crime every timeNew Baltimore Candidate Janet Angelis (Dem) Steals, Removes Opponents’ Campaign Signs

But it gets much worse when you consider the campaigning in the Town of New Baltimore, Coeymans’ evil twin to the south, in neighboring Greene County. There candidate Janet I. ANGELIS, a democrat and New Baltimore Conservancy elite-club-member, who is running for New Baltimore town board along with another New Baltimore insider, SCHRAUF.

It seems Ms ANGELIS takes it upon herself to decide where her opponents’ campaign signs should or should not be. In fact, if she doesn’t like where her opponents place their signs, Angelis simply steals or removes them. But that’s not all. Angelis, despite her criminal activity. Yes! Stealing or removing an opponent’s political signs is THEFT. In addition, it’s interfering or preventing the freedom of political expression guaranteed by the First Amendment freedom of speech rights. Not only that, it’s interfering with voter’s rights to make a choice of candidate.

What’s even stupider is that Angelis, after perpetrating her theft, vandalism and illegal removal of her opponents’ campaign signs has the gall to appear early in the morning at the home of Mr Jeff RUSO, one of her opponents, blocking Ruso’s in his driveway as he’s leaving for  work, and dumps the signs, telling Mr Ruso he shouldn’t have put them where he allegedly posted them. Now isn’t that richt: Angelis breaks the law and then has the balls to decide where the signs should have been placed (in a previous article we called Angelisgender ambiguous;” it seems our diagnosis is correct. She has BIG balls!).

Put yourself in ANGELIS’ and SCHRAUF’s shoes for a minute: Imagine that your opponent has decided they are getting their asses kicked and your campaign sucks,  so you resort to desperate measures and  violate election law and regulations, intentionally or not,  and by breaking the law — yes, theft is still a crime, even in New Baltimore — Angelis and her gang are trying to get an unfair advantage in the race. Moreover, that this issue isn’t just about campaigning but also trust. Why should voters trust someone like Angelis and her gange to create laws and to govern when they can’t even follow some of the simplest rules during their campaign?

loser game

We can all agree that stealing the signs is a crime under the law. And we don’t have to argue the fact that campaign signs come under the protection of First Amendment freedom of political speech and tht if you interfere with that right you are violating the candidate’s civil rights. But even New York State election law prohibits such stupid and illegal conduct. But Angelis is also breaking New York State Election law, which reads:

§ 6201.1 Fair Campaign Code

In order that all political campaigns be conducted under a climate promoting discussion of the issues and presentation of the records and policies of the various candidates, stimulating just debate with respect to the views and qualifications of the candidates and without inhibiting or interfering with the right of every qualified person and political party to full and equal participation in the electoral process, the following is hereby adopted by the New York State Board of Elections pursuant to section 3–106 of the Election Law as the fair campaign code for the State of New York. No person, political party or committee during the course of any campaign for nomination or election to public office or party position shall, directly or indirectly, whether by means of payment of money or any other consideration, or by means of campaign literature, media advertisements or broadcasts, public speeches, press releases, writings or otherwise, engage in or commit any of the following: (a) Practices of political espionage including, but not limited to, the theft of campaign materials or assets, placing one’s own employee or agent in the campaign organization of another candidate, bribery of members of another’s campaign staff, electronic or other methods of eavesdropping or wiretapping. Up to a $ 250 fine,

 And the NYS Election law states further:

 § 17–152. Conspiracy to promote or prevent election Any two or more persons who conspire to promote or prevent the election of any person to a public office by unlawful means and which conspiracy is acted upon by one or more of the parties thereto, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. (L.1976, c. 233, § 1.)

Our advice to her opponents, whose campaign signs Angelis removed and stole, and whose civil rights she violated, and by doing so violated the New York State election laws, is: File a report and complaint with the Greene County Sheriff or with the New York State Police. Let Angelis fight it out with the Greene County District Attorney in court. Send a clear message that political campaigns are part of the democratic process, even in New Baltimore, and that WE THE PEOPLE will not tolerate misconduct and criminal activity by the liks of ANGELIS and her gang. If we can’t trust candidates like ANGELIS to behave while campaigning, what can we expect if, God forbid, they should actually be elected?!?

New Baltimore Candidate for Town Board Janet ANGELIS is Guilty of Political Espionage, Theft, Civil Rights Violations, and Violations of New York State Election Law. She and her supporters should be prosecuted under the laws of this state to the fullest extent of the law. She and her supporters are LOSERS all the way!

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 And Readers: What do you think of such behavior by a candidate?

“Qui tacet consentire videtur ubi loqui debuit ac potuit.”
“Silence is admission when when the accused ought to have spoken and was able to.”

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4 responses to “New Baltimore Democrat Town Board Candidate Janet ANGELIS Caught Moving, Stealing Opponents’ Campaign Sign!

  1. Peter mahan

    October 22, 2013 at 9:42 am

    I forgot my password and my sign in name?


    • RCS Confidential

      October 22, 2013 at 10:35 am

      All you have to do to leave a comment is provide your email. You don’t need a password or a sign-in name.

      Just follow the instructions. Obviously you were able to leave this message so we don’t really see a problemo!

      Try again! We’d love to hear what you have to say about Ms Angelis’ criminal activities.

      The editor


  2. Jeff Ruso

    October 20, 2013 at 12:31 am

    To clarify some points here, please let me explain. First I had not put out the signs, and I have no idea who did. That I had a number of people asking for signs and I had none left I was not too troubled. Also, this was in the afternoon and I had only just returned home but was heading out immediately to bring my daughter to an appointment.

    I will say I was surprised. We have had a large number of signs stolen or damaged. I do not think Ms. Angelis is behind that problem, nor do I think what happened at this event is the worst I have encountered. By the way, we were not uncivil toward each other in anyway. I would not want anyone to believe that she was harsh at all.

    I must note that you have sources that are perplexing to me, I only informed a few people of this. You would make a good investigative reporter.

    I cannot list all of the stupid sign things going on out there, but I will raise a couple.

    1. At the intersection of Jennings Road and Rt. 54, there is a small “triangle” of land surrounded completely by public roads. Greene County identifies this land to be outside all surrounding parcels, yet somebody is now claiming ownership, and wants only Democrat signs on this land. THIS LAND IS NOT OWNED BY ANYONE! Yet our signs are missing. And even worse is that there is a sitting Town of New Baltimore Council person involved and supportive of this. The information about ownership can be looked up and verified with only a computer and 15 minutes time.

    2. An official from the Town of New Baltimore has suggested in a letter that we should request any placements of a sign in the town that is greater than 6 square feet (which is 2 foot by 3 foot) be forwarded to him, and in the letter he states boldly that he will deny that request. He claims that all signs greater than that size are not allowed, yet even larger signs are all over town. This is selective enforcement that suppresses political speech. And, I am not only referring to signs that support my candidacy, but the other side too.

    3. Two residents have had someone drive on their front lawn and had our signs run over.

    4. The number of places where the signs are simply gone are numerous. I stopped at one such place and the home owner thought I had taken them back, while I had thought he had taken them down.

    Thank you for bringing this up. I have decided to stick to the positive side during my discussions with Town residents and have not focused on this at all, but this silliness should be known.

    I have seen that some on this blog who choose to use a pseudonym, but I have no concerns if you use my name.

    Jeff Ruso
    Candidate for Town Council, New Baltimore
    Republican, Conservative and Independence Parties


    • RCS Confidential

      October 20, 2013 at 8:18 am

      Thank you Mr Ruso, for your fairness in clarifying some of the report and for providing your comments. You evenhandedness and fair-play towards Ms Angelis and her [still] reprehensible conduct not only as a candidate but also as a neighbor goes far beyond what is necessary.

      Without mentioning names, other than Janet Angelis’, there are others who would not be as fair or kind or courageous to have come out as you have done. That says a great deal in your favor and speaks volumes of good about your character and fitness to serve the New Baltimore community.

      We note with some regret that Ms Angelis has not yet commented. That’s no surprise knowing her character and the crowd she hangs with.

      Once again Mr Ruso, thank you for your clarifications. And Good Luck in what remains of your campaign and on election day. We look forward to calling your Mr Boardmember.

      In closing, we do want to remark that your clarifications are minor details, and as we did not expressly claim that Ms Janet Angelis was “uncivil” we see no reason to make that point. The time of day of her unscheduled visit, too, is unimportant. What continues to be relevant is the fact that Janet Angelis arrogantly crossed and violated important borders, she had no right to take possession of the signs, she’s still a thief, and she violated her opponents’ civil rights and attempted to deprive the voting public of their rights to know of and to choose candiates. Finally, in our well-informed opinion, she violated New York State election laws as published in the article.

      We would like also to note that we did not receive any information, apart from your clarifications, from you or anyone in your family.

      The Editor



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