28 March 2012

KingCast cameras attend Clifford Pisano Revere CERCLA EPA 21E TRO hearing, matter is taken under advisement as the city of Revere ignores a valid summons (not subpoena, sorry).


Clifford Pisano is a fighter... and he has fought for his own life after being savagely attacked as a young boy and left for dead, with his skull split open. So next to that, the shenanigans he sees at Revere City Hall are, ahem, more akin to child's play. 
Cliff's my brother. You mess with Cliff, you mess with me.

By the way in her Denial of Mr. Pisano's Motion for Immediate Injunctive Relief Her Honor never specifically mentioned the FACT that contamination is present and that testing had occurred in May, 2011 even though that much is clear by the filings. This is important as to how the City handled this whole issue because City Councilor Ira Novoselsky was aware of the testing and was present at the Developer's meeting yet no mention of actual contamination was ever noted in the City Zoning files and approval. Then the Court called me a "self-described journalist," query what does that mean? Does it mean that I am a self-described journalist because I quit working at the Indianapolis Star to go to law school?
That doesn't make any sense. But then neither do the (in)actions of Ira Novoselsky.

Substantial back story. The key here is that the City of Revere was a no-show. What happens when you or I get a subpoena and don't show up to Court? Trouble. Well in my case with respect to being subpoenaed by the Boston Herald in Joanna Marinova v. Boston Herald & Jessica Van Sack the subpoena was quashed, but whatever. Watch yesterday's KingCast courtroom action

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