19 March 2006

NAACP Final Pretrial Minus 2: Did Dunn get a drop-dead date?

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NAACP CEO Bruce Gordon made a lot of money from people like me on drop dead dates when he was a Verizon President. DDD's are when the ink had to be dry on your tower site drawings, candidate portfolios or lease/license agreements, etc. (read: pay point). In Marty's case my sources indicate the pay point for Jaffrey comes when he has to get gone or be fired. We all know he just got up in Jaffrey a coupla' years ago, and we know that he was suspended, that he got his budget whacked, and next we know that he is (or was) a finalist at Winchendon. Do the math, people, d*mn.

There is talk on the street I will attempt to substantiate with a visit to Southern NJ about Dunn's past down there, good and bad. I'll say no more at this point. What I will say is that I've represented police officers before and based on my experience, in my opinion, Marty got a DDD, the Heave-Ho, like Big Pussy. As noted in response to my post in the NH Indy Media, let's hope the principles of the First Amendment aren't sacrificed to the fishes.




Now he's allegedly livid over what the NH media are saying about him. I can't speak for others, but in my case, he started it with NAACP lawyer's client WMUR, and I plan to finish it. Watch Marty and me discuss.


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