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Are Charles H. “Chuck” Stahlman and Son, Zachary Stahlman a Bit too Cozy with New York State Police?

Are the New York State Police Troop F a Bit Too Cozy with the Stahlmans?

Too Cozy with Suspect Felon?

The facts seem to point to a questionable relationship between the Stahlman pair, father Charles H. “Chuck” Stahlman, and son Zachary Stahlman. One particular set of facts raises red flags: the Stahlmans appear to have a special relationship with the New York State Police or at least with one Trooper, presumably a member of Troop F that serves the Glenmont area. Rather than request the assistance of the local law enforcement department in whose jurisdiction the Stahlmans live, they seem to rely on the State Police to be their messengers. We find that suspect and we have contacted the New York State Police with our inquiry Why? are the Stahlmans so cozy with the State Police, so cozy that every time the Stahlmans have an itch, the New York State Police are there to scratch it for them. Could this possibly have something to do with the Chuck Stahlman’s disappearing felony in 2016?

On or about November 13, 2016, Mr Charles H. Stahlman was apprehended by New York State Police for felony passing of a false instrument (counterfeit $10 and $20 bills) at an estate sale. Stahlman was arraigned before a justice of the Bethlehem Town Court on or about November 13, 2016, bail was posted in the amount of $10,000, and Stahlman had a December 6, 2016 court appearance. After that, the case disappears. (As reported in the Times Union, “Cops: Man bought furniture with fake cash” as well as in a large number of other news media).

On or about February 4, 2016, a New York State Trooper accompanied Mr Charles H. “Chuck” Stahlman to a local business to return keys to a lease property leased by Z. Stahlman, who broke the lease. Question: Why a state trooper?

On or about September 27, 2016, Mr Zachary Stahlman, Charles Stahlman’s son, testified under oath in answer to a question as to why a state police law enfocement officer accompanied Charles Stahlman to return keys, Zachary Stahlman’s response on the record (partially inaudible) was, “My father [is or has] friends with the State Police.

On or about June 22, 2018, a New York State Trooper contacted a local business man on behalf of Mr Zachary Stahlman, to investigate Mr Stahlman’s complaining of “harassment” upon being lawfully served with the business man’s answer and motion opposing Mr Stahlman’s Motion to Reargue before the Greene County Court. Seems Mr Stahlman can play shithouse lawyer and unlawfully serve anyone but the tables turn when Zachary Stahlman is lawfully served. (See our article on Stahlman and local shyster Brendan Baynes, “Shyster Meets Psycho: Brendan Baynes and Zachary Stahlman a.k.a. Fat Cat Antiques” for details.)

The circumstances of the Stahlman’s felony case disposition, the fact that several investigations in which the Stahlmans were suspects were allowed to go cold, and the fact that the Stahlmans, rather than contact local law enforcement in whose jurisdiction they reside, the Bethlehem Police. The Stahlmans seem to have a predisposition to contact the New York State Police, which in combination with the overall factual background, suggests that there may be some impropriety in the conduct of one or several New York State Police personnel and an overly cozy relationship with the Stahlmans. (See our articles, “Local Law Enforcement Might Need Some Help with the Math: 2 + 2 = Stahlman!” and “Criminals Thumbing Their Noses to Law Enforcement? Why?” and “Drive-by Shooting Arrives in RCS“.)

These questions, as you can see, are not new, just unanswered, and we think that they need to be answered. Now!

Felonies just seem to disappear in the Town of Bethlehem…Just like in the Town of Coeymans!

We have requested information from the Bethlehem Town Court where Charles Stahlman was arraigned when apprehended for felony possession [and passing] of a forged instrument. At his arraignment $10,000 bail was posted and a court appearance set for December 6, 2016. After that, the case seems to have disappeared. Do felonies disappear that easily?

The North Country Gazette (“Cops: Man Used Fake Money To Buy Furniture“) goes a little bit more in detail than the Times Union does about the Stahlman felony charge:

“Charles H. Stahlman, 52, of Glenmont, was charged with first degree possession of a forged instrument, a felony.

“Troopers responded to a complaint of fake money that was used at an estate sale on Saturday. Stahlman allgedly used four $20 bills and four $10 bills, all of which were forged. As the Trooper was obtaining a deposition from the complainant, Stahlman showed up to retrieve the furniture he had purchased with the forged money earlier that day. The complainant positively identified Stahlman.”

Not only does the fake money incident raise questions about the New York State Police, it also points directly to Albany County District Attorney, P. David Soares, another figure who has been the subject not only of local criticism but national criticism, for his inept and corrupt practices. You see, Soares would have the final say in whether charges are brought against a perpetrator, and Soares would have the final say as to whether charges are pressed and the perp brought to trial. So if there’s some suspicious activity going on in the ranks of the New York State Police, the so-called Cuomo-the-Homo’s Private Militia, and a law enforcement body answering directly to a Democrat district attorney and Democrat governor, both being the chief law enforcement officers in their jurisdictions and calling the shots, we may have something interesting going on here. Maybe this is something the FBI should be investigating.

A contributor has contacted the New York State Police Professional Standards Bureau and the New York State Police Command Division to request investigation and comment on this situation.

We’ll keep our readers posted on this. If any of our readers has any information to add to this, we’d really appreciate your sharing your knowledge with us in total confidentiality. We will investigate and if it’s good, we’ll report on it.

In the meantime, please bear in mind that when we can’t trust those to whom we entrust the public’s safety and give what we so fondly call “police powers”, and when we start taking the deadly turn to becoming a police state in a totalitarian system, signs of which we can see already, and when we give criminals special privileges because they know someone in authority, we may all find ourselves living in fear of our lives, fear of “the camps,” fear of the death squads. It makes you wonder how many of those warriors who challenged the system and were found dead on their tractors, in their cars, or reported as human remains found in a local wooded area, might actually be the powers-to-be’s answer to the questions we ask them.

Thanks for your loyal support!

The Editor

 

 
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Hidden Costs of Corruption…Can Ravena-Coeymans Afford Them?

We Published Parts of this Article in a Previous Article But it Wasn’t Very Visible, We’re Told. It’s Important, So We’re Giving it Space of Its Own

In a previous article we discussed a case of a resident trying to get the Coeymans police department to enforce the law rather than having the law perversely applied as usually occurs. In that article we describe a current case where  the Coeymans police, in conspiracy with the Coeymanazis around the Coeymans justice court, are actually obstructing justice (that’s a federal crime under where I come from; see US Code – Chapter 73: Obstruction of justice.) by employing conspicuous retaliation (delaying) tactics and likely other criminal activities to avoid prosecuting alleged felonies. The problem is, the Coeymans police and the Coeymans justice court actually thought they’d get away with it again this time again, sillies that they are!

Obstruction of Justice is a Serious Crime

Obstruction of justice is a serious federal and state  crime where someone tries to impede or interfere with the operation of the justice process. Anyone, even a police investigator or officer, a judge or other public official can be guilty of this crime. This can include actions that impede or prevent the criminal process during the investigation stage or during the prosecution stage. There are many different ways that someone can be charged with obstructing justice such as:

  • Attempting to influence a judge, court employee or a jury member
  • Threatening, harassing, coercing, assaulting, blackmailing, retaliating against or taking other actions against someone for participating in a criminal investigation or prosecution
  • Lying to law enforcement officials about important information such as knowingly altering, concealing, or destroying evidence or potential evidence
  • Otherwise obstructing or impairing the operation of state or federal laws, obstructing or impairing a criminal investigation.

The law takes a particularly dim view of public officials (elected officials, judges, public employees, police officers and employees) who obstructing the justice system, because society holds such people to a higher standard of conduct. Where an obstruction of justice charge might be sketchy, most prosecutors also make use of statutes protecting the citizen’s civil rights; so there are provisions that can be used in prosecuting for civil rights violations, too. Even a mediocre attorney would have a picnic here in Coeymans, and probably will…a qualified civil rights lawyer will make a killing!

The civil suits will be filed, of course, or follow the criminal prosecutions, or they may even be filed at the same time and run simultaneously. Where the criminal prosecutions don’t get the dirtbags, the civil lawsuits will (Do you remember OJ Simpson?). Pay us now or pay us later, as the old Midas muffler commercial used to chant.

Coming Soon to Someone
You Know!

You’re gonna be served!

Note also that Coeymans will have to diligently investigate and disposition each and every Formal Written Complaint submitted by citizens and residents, and those investigations must be properly documented. That’s great for future civil lawsuits and criminal prosecutions because the documentation of those complaint investigations will be available in discovery or when subpoenaed and what a mess that will be for Coeymans! Furthermore, every Notice of Claim will have to be investigated, documented, and those records of investigation will be available, too. Everyone involved at any stage of the process will be a possible witness and can ge examined before trial or at trial. Positively delicious!

And do you realize, citzens and residents of Ravena-Coeymans, that you will  have to foot the bill for the criminal misconduct of your elected officials, the police, the judges. So, go ahead and ignore what’s going on in the Coeymans Police Department and in the Coeymans Town Court and in your town boards and village councils.

Keep on ignoring the corruption and criminal activity but don’t complain later that the lawsuits are sending the town into bankruptcy or that services are discontinued in order to pay the judgments! And don’t scandalize the citizens who stand up for their rights when they’re abused and mistreated; if the majority in the community didn’t sit back and let the criminals have their way with the community, the criminal prosecutions and the administrative law actions and civil lawsuits wouldn’t be happening.

  • Do you residents realize that every complaint has to be investigated and that costs money?
  • Do you realize that every time a complaint is made against a judge, like the ones against George Dardiani, or against one of your public officials, the community, YOU, have to foot the bill for his lawyers?
  • Do you residents realize that when a complaint is made against a police officer, whether the complaint is justified no not, and that officer is disciplined or terminated, it could cost upwards of $250,000 in the battle with the police union to get the creep off the force? This is about what it costs to battle the teachers union, too, when you want to fire a teacher. Do you wonder why you have so many pervs on the police force or as teachers?

Are you listening, Darlington, Dardiani, Deluca, Biscone, David Soares, Coeymans town board members! Your outright misconduct and indifference is going to cost a bundle…both you and the community. Fines, jail, loss of pension…not pretty.

So, Citizens and Residents of Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, You Can Wake Up Now or Pay Up Later…Those Who Are Still Left in Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk; The Smart Ones Will Have Already Left, Probably With Their Non-Polluting Businesses and Skills (All that Coeymans can attract these days is ther communities rejects and garbage dumps, it seems! But you all have raw sewerage on your lawns or in your basements, don’t you? Now, that’s a plus!)

Enjoy the Show…And Pay the Price
(We Warned You!)
The Editor

Special Notice & Legal Disclaimer: While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this publication, it is not intended to provide legal advice as individual situations will differ and should be discussed with an expert and/or lawyer. This web site is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. Persons accessing this site are encouraged to seek independent counsel for advice regarding their individual legal issues. For specific technical or legal advice on the information provided and related topics, please contact the author.
 

There’s a F*&$%@% Elephant in the Room!!!

Warning: If you are a student or a minor, please leave this blog NOW!

When we started this blog it was never intended to focus on the backwater communities of Ravena and Coeymans, much less be dominated by the corruption and evil in those two neighboring communities. A story about a local business person who was being scandalized because of some obscure political leaning and because he was appealing his tax assessments is actually what drew our attention to Ravena-Coeymans. It became quickly apparent to us that the place is a nest of fear, anxiety, and hypocrisy and so we titled our first article “Coeymans, New York: A Nest of Hypocrisy”

In addition, there are some very credible indicators that Coeymans town officials, including one particular judge and members of the Coeymans police department may be actively and knowlingly obstructing justice, a very serious federal crime.

Coeymans’ Response to Its Taxpayers

The feedback we got on that first article was tremendous and, looking back more than 54,000 readers later, we’ve covered an awful lot of territory but have come to only one conclusion, and it’s the same one we drew right at the start: The hypocrisy and corruption is so obviously on the surface and so conspicuous, it’s like the elephant in the room. When we first announced to everyone in the Ravena-Coeymans community, “There’s an elephant in the room!” The response was like, “Elephant? What elephant? Oh, that’s not an elephant, it’s an elephant!” And so it went on and on. The hypocrisy, corruption, and evil was so visible, so conspicuous no one wanted to see it or admit it was there. But we persisted because it called to mind that ancient story about the six blind men and the elephant, which was later put into a poem, “The Blind Men and the Elephant” by John Godfrey Saxe (1816-1887).  (Click here to read or download Blind Men and the Elephant-Poem.)

The final stanza goes like this:


And so these men of Indostan
Disputed loud and long,
Each in his own opinion
Exceeding stiff and strong,
Though each was partly in the right,
And all were in the wrong!


Now, I’m very much a realist and pragmatic and generally stick to the verifiable facts, having spent my entire professional life basically writing, critiquing and being critiqued in one fashion or another. So I know when I see an elephant.

This is an Elephant

So, speaking of elephants in the room, let’s take a very brief look at a very big elephant in a very small courtroom…actually there were two elephants in the Coeymans courtroom this past week, and everyone managed to ignore them. Perhaps our decription of the problem was too complicated for modest intellects so we decided to simplify it for some of our local readers.

Elephant No. 1. The People vs. John Vadney.
For those of you who somehow managed not to have been following this here is the case in a nutshell. There are plenty of details on this blog, too. A former (Thank God! she’s former!) member of the RCS CSD board of education, Josephine O’Connor, claimed that the sitting board of education president called her “fat” while waiting for the results of the 2012 voting on May 15th. O’Connor allegedly did what we call the ‘fat-lady dance’ and as she describes it on FaceBook, she ran up and down the school hall in the presence of voters, shouting “He called me fat!” Witnesses to the exchange all deny that Mr Vadney called O’Connor “fat” or anything similar at all. Several weeks later, O’Connor’s father, Joseph Edward Tracey, appears at a local business and proceeds to threaten the female owner and her family. He demands Mr Vadney’s phone number and the woman gives it to him. Tracey later places a call to Vadney, who puts it on speaker, and Tracey launches into a tirade of profanity, obscenities, and threats. Mr Vadney, fearing for his family’s safety, notifies the police, who contact Tracey, and Tracey gets abusive with the police. The Bethlehem police arrest Tracey and he is arraigned before a Bethlehem town justice. Mr Vadney requests an order of protection ordering Tracey to stay away from Vadney and his family, and the judge grants it. Tracey violates the order the very next day (admitting this fact in a sworn statement!) but has the Coeymans police arrest Mr Vadney claiming that Mr Vadney allegedly called him (Tracey) names.

Mr Vadney’s son was brutally attacked when he entered the high school the very Monday following the arrests. Nothing was done, no charges pressed. Everything was quiet, business as usual.

Mr Vadney had to take his entire family to an undisclosed location for their security thoughout the entire summer. That’s not an elephant, that’s plain bullshit! No one should have to leave his home to feel secure!

Although there is abundant evidence against Tracey, there is no evidence against Mr Vadney, but Mr Vadney has been harassed by the press, by opponents, and by the Coeymans court. The basic question is this: Why is Mr Vadney continuing to be harassed when there is clearly no evidence and no case against him? (This question is one that the incumbent DA P. David Soares should be answering, but he’s too busy dipping his pen in company ink and getting himself censured by the Appellate Court).

When the business woman attempted to file a report about Tracey’s abuse, the Coeymans police officer refused to take the complaint. The incident is currently the subject of a Formal Complaint and Claim against the town of Coeymans and the Coeymans Police.

That’s elephant No. 1 (actually it’s a whole herd of elephants but we’ll keep it simple for now).

Elephant No. 2 – The People vs. Scott Lendin
The second elephant in the room interestingly is the polar opposite of the first elephant! This time it’s a case of trying to get the Coeymans police department to enforce the law rather than having the law perversely applied. In other words, the Coeymans police in conjunction with the Coeymanazis around the Coeymans justice court are actually obstructing justice (that’s a federal crime under where I come from; see US Code – Chapter 73: Obstruction of justice.) by employing conspicuous retaliation (delaying) tactics. And they thought they’d get away with it, sillies that they are!

Obstruction of justice is a serious federal offense where someone tries to impede or interfere with the operation of the justice process. Anyone, even a police investigator or officer, a judge or other public official can be guilty of this crime. This can include actions that impede or prevent the criminal process during the investigation stage or during the prosecution stage. There are many different ways that someone can be charged with obstructing justice such as:

  • Attempting to influence a judge, court employee or a jury member
  • Threatening, harassing, coercing, assaulting, blackmailing, retaliating against or taking other actions against someone for participating in a criminal investigation or prosecution
  • Lying to law enforcement officials about important information such as knowingly altering, concealing, or destroying evidence or potential evidence
  • Otherwise obstructing or impairing the operation of state or federal laws, obstructing or impairing a criminal investigation.

The law takes a particularly dim view of public officials (elected officials, judges, public employees, police officers and employees) who obstructing the justice system, because society holds such people to a higher standard of conduct. Where an obstruction of justice charge might be sketchy, most prosecutors also make use of statutes protecting the citizen’s civil rights; so there are provisions that can be used in prosecuting for civil rights violations, too. Even a mediocre attorney would have a picnic here in Coeymans, and probably will…a qualified civil rights lawyer will make a killing!

Are you listening, Darlington, Dardiani, Deluca, Biscone, David Soares, Coeymans town board members!

In December 2011–YES! December 2011–a certain Scott Lendin allegedly trespassed on the claimant’s property and damaged a number of automobiles, and stole a motor vehicle. In total there are likely two grand theft felonies and one trespass charge that was made in December 2011 with the Coeymans police. The alleged crimes were committed in December 2011, when the report was filed by the victim, but Mr Lendin has not even been arraigned yet!

In fact, the Coeymans police managed to delay, a form of retaliation, the investigation, which was assigned to Guess who? Gerald “Dirty-Hands Jerry” Deluca, who sat on it for more than six months. Finally, totally frustrated, the business owners contacted the NYS Police and the Albany County Sheriff’s Department for help. The Sheriff’s department responded and within a day the investigation was underway and Dirty-Hands Jerry was removed from the case and the case was assigned to another investigator. They’re still sitting on it.

Now, most recently, Mr Lendin was supposed to have been arraigned on Thursday, August 23, 2012, before Coeymans town justice George Dardiani, the same George Dardiani who is being investigated for ethics violations by the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, who lost a pissing contest against Michael T. Biscone, now representing Scott Lendin, and couldn’t manage to get Biscone to bring Lendin in to be arraigned, and also appears to be unwilling to sign the warrants to allow the police to bring Lendin in to be arraigned.

Don’t mess with Grandma!

Admittedly, when you put a school cafeteria manager in judge’s robes that’s exactly what you get, a cafeteria manager in judge’s robes. But that’s the problem with the town and village justice system and has been for more than half a century: you put an ignoramus on the bench and he’s scared shitless to do anything more that jail drunks, harass old ladies (a Coeymans speciality, I hear), pork their clerks (I presume only the female ones), and pee blood when facing an attorney. And who suffers? You get one guess.

Biscone tells Dardiani he’s not brining in Scott Lendin to be arraigned because the Coeymans police screwed up the paperwork. According the the Coeymans police, nothing’s wrong with the paperwork, Biscone is just being an “asshole.” (After some 8 months don’t you figure the Coeymans police would have noticed if something were wrong with the paperwork? Wouldn’t you think Dirty-Hands Jerry would have noticed in the more than 6 months he was supposedly “investigating” the crime? He didn’t.) So, here you have it: The Coeymans police ignore a crime until forced by the County Sheriff to move their asses, then they further delay the investigation. Obviously, there was an initial arrest and a report, otherwise Lendin would not be called in to be arraigned.

One question we might also ask is where is Coeymans police chief Gregory Darlington when all of this is going on? Isn’t he being paid more than $91,000 a year in taxpayer money to ensure that things get done and done on time in the Coeymans P.D.? We also have it firsthand that the Coeymans town board oversees the Coeymans police department. O.K. Coeymans town board, do some overseeing! Why’s this happening? Tom Dolan is the Coeymans town board liaison to the Coeymans police department. Let’s ask the wannabe state senator (NEVER!), Tom Dolan, why this is happening? (Just imagine how effective he’d be in the state senate! NOT!)

Why Dardiani is delaying the show is a very big question mark. Actually, Dardiani is putting himself in yet another difficult situation because he’s again violating judicial ethics. Admittedly, he’s probably intimidated by Biscone, because he (Dardiani) has no formal legal training and very little if any training by the state when he was elected (although the town and village justices should attend annual continuing education seminars). So he’s probably afraid to sign the warrants. Is that so, justice Dardiani, are you scared?

That’s the second elephant and the little elephants, the big questions that follow that elephant are:

  1. Once the crime was reported and Lendin arrested…if he was even arrested when the crime was reported…why wasn’t he arraigned then?
  2. Why was the case laying around on Deluca’s desk for more than 6 months?
    Why was it necessary to have to get the Sheriff’s department on it before Coeymans police would move?
  3. Once it got moving again, why wasn’t Lendin arraigned as required by the law?
  4. Why wasn’t Scott Lendin in court for arraignment on Thursday, August 23, 2012?
  5. When Biscone refused to bring Lendin in, why didn’t Dardiani immediately issue a bench warrant ordering the police to bring him in to be arraigned?
  6. But who, in fact, is lying? Either Biscone is likely lying about the paperwork or the Coeymans police are lying and incompetent for having screwed up the paperwork and then, worse still,  lying about it. (Our money is on that fat-ass Michael Biscone.)
  7. And if Biscone is lying and the paperwork is in order, why haven’t the police proceeded to bring Lendin in. If they need a warrant signed by dumb-ass Dardiani, why don’t they have it in hand?

So we’ve made a full circle, though you may not have noticed, because our attention was first drawn to Ravena-Coeymans when we read about the local businessperson who was being crucified for having a different political ideology and for appealing his taxes. Now, the questions I have for all of our esteemed readers and those who can’t read but love the pictures:

Question for Discussion No. 1: Why are we paying taxes to support a police department who is indifferent to crime, enforces the law selectively and discriminatorily, is known far and wide to be retaliatory, who delay investigations for months, etc.? Why, I ask you, are we paying taxes to support a bunch of incompetent, unlawful, corrupt thugs who intimidate and dominate the good cops on the force? The bottom line is this: We are getting screwed by the criminals and screwed by the very law enforcement personnel we are paying to enforce the laws! Why pay taxes for that?

Got nutz?

Question for Discussion No. 2: Why are we paying taxes to support a town and village court system that the entire world, including the New York State Unified Court System, admits is ignorant, corrupt, and a waste of money? Why are we paying for judges who don’t know the law, or who are afraid to interpret it, or who pee themselves when they see a lawyer? Who runs the courtroom? Do we really need to pay for judges and court staff if all they do is collect traffic fines? Can’t our tax dollars pay for a balls-transplant so that we can get some justice? We are getting screwed by the criminals, screwed by the taxpayer-paid police, and screwed by the taxpayer-paid judges, and further screwed by the taxpayer-paid court staff! Why pay taxes to get screwed?

Question for Discussion No. 3: How dare any one of you out there criticize anyone for questioning the justice of how our tax dollars are being spent? How dare any one of you criticize another citizen for having the balls to say “NO! I’ve had enough! I’m sick of being screwed!” Knowing what you know you should be rallying behind that citizen with pitchforks, baseball bats, coat hangers, dildos, anything to support him! Or do you perversely enjoy the screw-job you’re getting for your tax dollars?

Question for Discussion No. 4: When in hell are you people going to do something about all of this? Like at least starting a letter-writing campaign, an e-mail campaign, filing Formal Complaints, attending town board and village council meetings and demanding accountability? And then, to add insult to injury, Why? Good people, do you even entertain the idea of allowing someone like company-man Tom Dolan to even consider running for a senate seat?!?!

Hasn’t this blog exposed enough of the corruption, incestuous relations, the evil web of illicit influence that extends from the heart of your village and town (your local officials and their spouses complicating everything from school budgets to court operations) to the very chambers of the NYS supreme court (Joe Teresi, town attorney Greg Teresi’s dear old dad)?

Or is this community populated by blind sheeple goosing an elephant and calling it…a dead ladybug!

There’s a F***ing Elephant in the Room!
Admit it! See it!
The Editor

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Posted by on August 28, 2012 in Accountability, Albany, Albany County District Attorney, Albany County Sheriff Department, All the Justice You Can Buy, Appellate Division 3rd Departmentt, ARANY, Attorney Discipline, Attorney Misconduct, Burning the Constitution, Capital District, Cathy Deluca, Coeymanazis, Coeymans, Coeymans Police Department, Coeymans Town Attorney, Coeymans Town Board, Coeymans Town Court, Coeymans Town Justice, Commission on Judicial Conduct, Committee on Professional Standards, Conflict of Interest, Conspiracy, Contempt of Court, Corrupt Judge, Corrupt Justice, Corrupt Police, Corruption, Craig D. Apple Sr., Daniel Contento, David Soares, DeLuca Public Affairs, FBI, FBI Criminal Information System, FBI Public Corruption Squad, Fraud, George Dardiani, Gerald Deluca, Greene County, Greg Teresi, Gregory Darlington, Gregory Teresi, Harold Warner, Hudson Valley, Hypocrisy, Incompetence, Intimidation, Investigation, Jerry "Dirty-Hands" Deluca, Jerry Deluca, Joe Rotello, Joe Teresi, Joe Tracey, John J. Biscone, John Neri, John T. Biscone, John T. Bruno, Joseph C Rotello, Joseph C. Teresi, Joseph Teresi, Josephine O'Connor, Judicial Ethics, Judicial Misconduct, Justice and Courts, Kangaroo Court, Liberty Weeping, Losers Club, Main Street Small Business Coalition, Mayor Bruno, Michael Biscone, MSSBC, New Baltimore, New York, New York State, New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, New York State Police, New York State Supreme Court, New York State Unified Court System, NYS Assembly, NYS Senate, Office of the Attorney General, P. David Soares, Perjury, Peter Masti, Phillip Crandall, Police Incompetence, Ravena, Ravena Coeymans Selkirk, Ravena Village Justice, Selkirk, Smalbany, Stephen Flach, Tainted Judge, Terrorism at Home, Thomas A. Boehm, Thomas E. Dolan, Tom Dolan, Town Justice, Village Justice

 

Dardiani and Biscone Subject to Discipline!

Warning: If you are a student or a minor, please leave this blog NOW!

An Asinine Idiotic Attorney and an Ignorant Judge with No Balls Make for A Silly Soap Opera! But That’s What Was Presented to the Public by the Dardiani-Biscone Comedy Team, the Stars of the Coeymans Town Court.

Coeymans Town Court is One!

Take it for what it’s worth but I have a very profound respect for the law, ethics, morality. I am personally offended when I see a cheap shyster making a mockery of jurisprudence, the court, police work and all for the shyster’s ego and personal gain. That’s what I saw in Dardiani’s court with the performance of star-clown Michael J. Biscone in his perverse defense of alleged felon Scott Lendin, whom he refused to produce for arraignment on Thursday on two counts of felony grand theft and one of trespassing. Not only did shyster  Biscone show unabashed contempt for the court, playing on the presiding judge’s ignorance and inability to assert himself, but he offended the notion of law enforcement by publicly–and inaccurately–proclaiming that the Coeymans police department had screwed up the paperwork. Biscone showed extreme disrespect for the court by telling, YES! telling the judge he was not going to bring his client in to be arraigned. Any other judge would have placed Biscone in contempt of court with a hefty fine but Coeymans town justice George Dardiani just grinned stupidly and attempted to appease Biscone.

If that were a private meeting or a meeting in chambers it would have been bad enough but it all transpired in public, in front of dozens of spectators in open court. What effect did the whole circus performance have on the public? Well, it would be reasonable to assume that anyone witnessing the monkeys at play felt it was a mockery of jurisprudence. I, for one, was embarassed by it all and felt that most of the unwashed in the courtroom probably lost all respect for the court. Bully Biscone merely proved the general opinon that he’s a jerk and that the court is a plaything, a sham, and he could do what he pleased and get away with it. After all, he’s a Biscone.

Well, Dardiani, you balless wonder, and Mikey Biscone: Here’s where the buck is going to stop! Dardiani, you’re done making a mockery of the justice system. Biscone, you’re on your way to disciplinary hearings, shyster that you are! The investigation will probably include your unethical conflicts of interest, too. The community is getting a wake-up call and you’re both on notice.

Based on What We Were Able to Observe in Coeymans Town Justice George Dardiani’s Court on Thursday, We Have Grounds for and Will File Another Formal Written Complaint Demanding that the State Unified Court System Discipline Dardiani for Failing to Maintain Order in His Courtroom and for Eroding the Public’s Confidence in the Judical System. Bad news for Georgy, because this may mean the Commission will remove him from the bench and prohibit him from ever running again. Are you listening, kitty-litter reporter Dayelin Roman of the Smalbany Times Useless?

Dardiani’s Reaction to Biscone
He Became a Sucking Eyeball Freak!

 Old John J. Biscone, mouldering in his grave, must have been turning restlessly at about 10:20 on Thursday, August 23, 2012, when sonny boy Michael Biscone was making an ass of himself, George Dardiani, and the justice system. Poor old dead daddy! Is that really your legacy to the community, John J.? Is Michael J. and John T. all there is (Well, isn’t it enough? The place is lousy with Biscone shysters!)  Not quite what you were hoping for, is it? But it’s the Biscone Legacy.

Michael J. Biscone, the Biscone Legacy
John J. Biscone’s Gift to You = One Big Turd and One Little Turd

So, in Addition, We are Preparing a Formal Written Complaint Against Michael J. [Jerky-Boy] Biscone for Submission to the New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division, 3rd Department Demanding the Biscone be Censured and Disciplined for His Unprofessional and Contemptuous Conduct in Dardiani’s Court and for his Unethical Conflicts of Interest he Operates in RCS which We and an Entire Community Witness Regularly (Probably Why the Coeymans Town Board Meetings and the Ravena Village Council Meetings are Not Recorded and Archived).

They’re All Cousins!
Now do you see what’s going on?
(We’re working on a bigger relationships chart.)

And yes, we are aware that Michael T. Biscone’s former partner, Joseph C Rotello, is employed as a clerk (exec assistant)  in the Appellate Division 3rd Department division of the court system. And yes, we will ensure that the complaint points out this fact and that the investigation precludes Joe Rotello from interfering, intervening, or otherwise influencing the investigative process or the outcome. Sorry, Mikey, but Joe Rotello won’t be able to help you out on this one. And don’t forget that hidden little tick, Greg Teresi, his father is the notorious censured state judge Joseph Teresi, the one censored for anti-pro se bias. Not to mention, of course, town justice Harold “Hal” Warren’s wife who is a Biscone and a member of the Ravena town counsel.  And there’s the Darlington connection with Soares DA’s office, the best little whorehouse in Albany,  in Albany where his wife is a secretary. So, you see, in this widow’s web of incestuous relationships unless you’re paying someone off, or in bed with them, you don’t have a snowflake’s chance in hell for justice in Ravena-Coeymans!

(Bud don’t despair yet. There’s still justice Phillip Crandall and retired justice, now justice clerk Kevin Reilly who may be the only two clean people in the entire putrid system!)

Biscone Screwed You Guys Good

All that having been noted, we’d like to know what the Coeymans police department thinks of the ass-kicking they received at the hands of fat-ass Michael J. Biscone? Seems Biscone thinks you guys can’t even properly fill out an investigation form or an information. Fat-Ass Biscone seems to think you’re all a bunch of morons and belong in the same league as the ignorant mousey Coeymans town justices. How do you all feel about that? Did you really screw up the paperwork like Mike Biscone claims you did? Did you all play into Biscone’s dirty little game plan? What do you think about all of this? And where was your chief, Darlington, when all of this was happening…out again? What the hell is this town paying him for, anyway? He’s totally ineffective, useless! Was he taking his wife to the doctor’s again? Did you check under his desk…or was he under Dirty-Hands Jerry’s desk (Move over, Dayelin Roman, you gotta share!)?

Dardiani should have immediately held shyster Michael J. Biscone in contempt, remanded him to overnight custody, issued an immediate bench warrant and ordered alleged felon Scott Lendin arrested and brought in for arraignment. In addition, were I Dardiani, I would have made a formal written complaint to the NYS Committee on Professional Standards demanding that Biscone be disciplined. But then I’m different from Dardiani; I have a set of working man-apples.

Everyone present that day will be named as witnesses. We’ll submit the entire sign-in sheet with our papers. We’ll also demand the digital recordings of the proceedings as part of our filing.

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