Monday, October 31, 2016

CCDL - Important Election Week – Members Update

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The November 8th election is an important one for gun owners, especially here in Connecticut. It is imperative that all CCDL members and supporters vote for pro2A candidates in this election.

If you are not yet registered to vote, there is still time to register, but you MUST hurry. The deadline for voter registration is tomorrow, November 1st. Online registration is simple, just go to the following link and follow the directions:

If you are not sure if you are registered or not, you may check here:

You may also register in person with the registrar of voters in your town or city. Offices are usually located in your town hall, and will be open from 9am until 8pm on November 1st to accommodate any last minute registrations.

There are also still plenty of opportunities to help pro2A candidates get elected.
Candidates still need people to help wave signs, work the polls, and various other last minute tasks that can mean the difference between winning and losing. Check out CCDL's list of endorsed candidates, find one or two in your town or close by, and volunteer to help. It's fun, it's easy, and it's great being around like-minded people. Be sure to tell them CCDL sent you!

CCDL Endorsed Candidates:

Middlesex Chamber of Commerce’s November Business After Work at Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station Nov. 9

Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce’s November at Goodspeed Station on Nov. 9
Business After Work to be held at the Riverhouse

(Middletown, CT.)  Chairman Gregory Shook of the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce announced that a Business After Work Networking Event will be held on Wednesday, November, 9, 2016 from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM.

This member-only event will be held at the Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station, 55 Bridge Road, Haddam, and will feature complimentary hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer, and soft drinks. 

Chamber President Larry McHugh noted, “I want to publicly thank the Riverhouse team for hosting this event and for their support of our Chamber.  We are looking forward to what is always one of our most popular networking events of the year.”

The Business After Work will feature The Festival of Wreaths, sponsored by the Central Business Bureau and Liberty Bank which is a yearly silent auction of holiday wreaths that are decorated by individual chamber members and businesses. The proceeds of the silent auction benefit the Hal Kaplan Middletown Mentor Program and the 31st Annual Holiday on Main Street presented by Pratt & Whitney.

For more information, please visit or contact the Chamber office at 860-347-6924 or

Friday, October 28, 2016

Capt. Paul Whitescarver, CO Naval Submarine Base, New London Keynote Speaker at Middlesex Chamber of Commerce’ Support the Troops Member Breakfast on Nov. 7

Captain Paul Whitescarver, Commanding Officer Naval Submarine Base New London will serve as keynote speaker at the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce’ Support the Troops and Honor the Veterans Member Breakfast on November 7.

(Middletown, CT.)  Chairman Gregory Shook of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce announced that the chamber’s 15th Annual Support the Troops and Honor the Veterans Member Breakfast Meeting will be held on Monday, November 7, 2016. Captain Paul Whitescarver, Commanding Officer Naval Submarine Base New London will serve as keynote speaker.
The Member Breakfast Meeting, sponsored by Middlesex Hospital, will be held at the Radisson Hotel Cromwell, 100 Berlin Road, Cromwell, with networking beginning at 7:00 A.M., breakfast buffet opens at 7:30 A.M., and the meeting program, 8:00 to 9:00 A.M.  Cost is $22.00. Advance registration required, please register online: For more information, please visit

The Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce William J. Pomfret Veteran Community Service Award will be presented to Lawrence “Larry” Riley of Middletown at the Member Breakfast Meeting. The William J. Pomfret Veteran Community Service Award is presented annually to a Veteran of the United States Armed Forces, in recognition of his or her distinguished service to the citizens of Connecticut and selfless commitment to public service.

Chamber President Larry McHugh noted, “We are excited to welcome Captain Paul Whitescarver to Middlesex County and look forward to his keynote remarks. We are also very proud of our 2016 William J. Pomfret Veteran Community Service Award recipient, Lawrence “Larry” Riley, and look forward to honoring him at the event.”

Thursday, October 27, 2016


Connecticut Judge Grants Immunity to Bushmaster in Case Seeking to Gut the PLCAA

Connecticut Judge Grants Immunity to Bushmaster in Case Seeking to Gut the PLCAA

On January 26, 2015, survivors of victims killed by a deranged man at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut sued the maker and distributor of the firearm he used in his crimes.
Leaked Emails Reveal Clinton’s True Gun Control Intentions
Leaked Emails Reveal Clinton’s True Gun Control Intentions
No matter the outcome of the 2016 U.S. Senate and House races, Hillary Clinton, if victorious, intends to attack your gun rights. Recently leaked emails of Clinton campaign staffers published by WikiLeaks show that the candidate plans to bypass Congress to enact gun control by executive order. Moreover, undercover video of U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold, released this week by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, further exposed Clinton’s intent to impose new gun restrictions by executive fiat.
“Smart” Gun Glitches Confirm Gun Owner Concerns
“Smart” Gun Glitches Confirm Gun Owner Concerns
As part of his executive gun-control fixes, President Obama has endorsed so-called “smart” gun technology on the premise that if “you can’t unlock your phone unless you’ve got the right

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

The Day endorses the re-election of Sen. Art Linares in the 33rd Senatorial District

Linares on the left

Thank you to The Day for hearing our message and for your endorsement!

"If enough Connecticut voters decide that the budgetary approach of the Democratic legislative leadership needs replacing, Republicans could become the majority in the state Senate in the Nov. 8 elections. 

And if that happens, incumbent Republicans like Art Linares, the two-term senator from the 33rd District Connecticut River valley shore towns, would, if re-elected, be in a position to prove their claims that they could do a better job to manage Connecticut's finances and economic prospects.

The best outcome would be a Senate with near-equality between the two parties, encouraging if not forcing bipartisanship. The challenge for the Republicans, whichever side has control, would be to pivot from years of complaining about being shut out of Democratic caucus meetings and show what they can do.

Voters in the towns of Chester, Clinton, Colchester, Deep River, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Haddam, Lyme, Old Saybrook, Portland and Westbrook have a choice that offers genuine differences in approach among Linares and his opponents, Democrat Norm Needleman, the first selectman of Essex, and Colin Bennett, owner of a Deep River bookstore who is running as a Green Party candidate.


NADINE'S MOVE TO CHANGEIt was late morning when I countered the buyers’ offer and the day went by with no response.  Ugh…..Maybe I should have accepted.  Maybe they changed their minds.  Maybe, maybe, maybe.  And then it hit me – just STOP doing this to yourself.  They want the house.  You’ve decided to sell it.  Eventually, you will come to an agreement, it just doesn’t have to be THIS MINUTE.  So I went to Karen’s bait shop in New London, waited on customers, counted sandworms, sold clam necks, and sat out on the back deck a lot soaking in the sun.  And we laughed and talked and passed the time.  By late evening, my anxiety was starting up again and I once again managed to talk myself down.  What will happen, will happen, I decided.  If the buyers walk away, perhaps they weren’t the right buyers.  With that in mind, I passed the hours enjoying my friends and not worrying about what time it was.  And to be honest, I even forgot about the whole thing! Then at 8 pm, the phone rang much to my surprise and there it was – a new offer from my buyers.  This one hit the the magic number I had held in my head and I accepted!

 Now comes the reality.  I have to move.  I have to leave my beautiful little home.  I have to leave my sister (by another mother), Karen.  And Jo.  And Barb.  But I HAVE to do this.  For my own happiness.  For my own health.  And hopefully, they will visit me often and we will have phone contact often.  Because I cannot imagine my life without them in it.  I love them.  They are part of me.

Obviously, I don’t know what religious beliefs, if any, my readers may have.  But I feel that if we listen hard enough, God, or the Universe or whatever you feel helps you along in life, speaks to us.  And so it was that night after I went to bed and started reading my latest in a series of historical novels set in Virginia immediately after the conclusion of the Civil War.  The heroines of the book were each trying to blaze new paths using their passions and they were encouraging one another to brave new frontiers.  One remarked to the other:

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

AMAC - Poll: Are Liberal Democrats Anti-Religion?

Black History Museum Shows a Bias Against Black Conservatives, says AMAC
By - John Grimaldi
Distinguished Justice Clarence Thomas ignored
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Clarence Thomas' appointment to the Supreme Court and the National Museum of African American History and Culture, which opened last month in Washington, has seen fit to "honor" the jurist by completely ignoring the event and Thomas, himself...
Hillary Campaign Chief Fomenting 'Revolution' in Catholic Church
from - - by Art Moore
Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, discussed fomenting "revolution" in the Catholic Church with a progressive activist in an email released by WikiLeaks...
The Oil War Is Over, and We Won
from - National Review - by Arthur Herman
Last week was a bad week for Saudi Arabia. First, Congress overrode Obama's veto of the bill letting Americans sue the kingdom for its alleged role in the 9/11 attacks. And second, Riyadh finally decided...

Monday, October 24, 2016

St. Jude is Forever Written in our Hearts

Kiara's Halloween story

Kiara's Halloween story

Kiara and her siblings love Halloween, from planning costumes to collecting candy. But two years ago, Halloween was an uncertain time for the family. While out trick-or-treating, Kiara had trouble keeping her balance. Tests confirmed their worst fears — Kiara had brain cancer. Read her story.

Hispanic Heritage Month spotlight

Hispanic Heritage Month spotlight

St. Jude spotlights the contributions of our Hispanic and Latin American doctors, scientists and staff, whose dedication and expertise are critical in advancing our global mission.

Make your wedding day stand out

Make your wedding day stand out

Your wedding will change your life. Find out how it could also change the lives of St. Jude patients.

Little wheels, big heart

Little wheels, big heart

This adorable little girl had a special tricycle built just for her. Read her story, and find out what she and her family are doing to help the kids of St. Jude.

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November, 2016
Russell Library 123 Broad St., Middletown, CT


Russell Library Hours for November 2016
Russell Library, 123 Broad St. in Middletown has new hours: Mondays 10am – 6pm; Tuesdays 10am – 8pm; Wednesdays 1pm – 8pm; Thursdays 10am – 8pm; Fridays 10am – 6pm; Saturdays 10am - 2pm, Sundays from 1pm – 4pm. The library will be closed Friday, November 11th for Veterans’ Day, and Thursday and Friday November 24th and 25th for the Thanksgiving Day Holiday.
All library programs are free of charge.


The Art Guild of Middletown (with Russell Writers)
Throughout November. Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Members of the Art Guild of Middletown and Russell Library's Writers, Readers and Veterans Groups are collaborating to create a special exhibit at the library. Writers in the library’s groups will display prose, poetry and quotes inspired by the artwork of members of the Guild in a combined exhibit November 6-29.  The opening reception on November 6 from 2-4 p.m. in the Library's Hubbard Room will celebrate the expressive achievements of the artists and writers, and the work will be available for viewing--and reading--during the Library's regular opening hours.

Wesleyan Potters Exhibit
November 2 – November 30, 2016. The Lobby Case, Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown. Members of the non-profit cooperative guild, located in Middletown and founded in 1948 to promote the learning and development of skills in crafts, will show pottery, weaving, jewelry and baskets in preparation for their annual Holiday Exhibit and Sale.


Sunday, October 23, 2016

NumbersUSA - Judge rules in favor of companies who replace American workers

Roy Beck
Roy Beck - founder

This Issue: H-1B ruling proves that existing law allows employers to replace American workers

Fri, Oct 14th
A federal judge in Orlando, Fla. ruled yesterday that the Walt Disney Company did not violate the law when it laid off roughly 250 high-tech American workers in 2014 and forced them to train their H-1B, foreign-worker replacements as a condition of their severance.
The plaintiffs, two of the laid off Disney workers, claimed that Disney and the two companies they outsourced the jobs to, Cognizant Technology Solutions and HCL America, had conspired to violate visa laws.
Federal Judge Gregory A. Presnell's ruling wasn't too surprising given the fact that existing federal law allows employers to do exactly what Disney did. But Disney's response to the ruling was a bit more appalling given the national fallout since news of the layoffs went public. According to the New York Times:
A spokeswoman for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Jacquee Wahler, said, "As we have said all along, this lawsuit was completely baseless, and we are gratified by the decision."
In other words, Disney is pleased that federal law allows American companies to replace American workers with cheaper, more compliant foreign workers.
Under existing H-1B rules, it's easy for companies like Disney to replace existing American workers with foreign workers. The law allows companies to replace their workers as long as

Companion Planting: Why Vegetables Need Friends

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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Roots in Ripon - Political Folderol

Editor's note:  In this issue, Pastor Roots intelligently and dispassionately sums up the choices and consequences we face, this coming election.
Roots in Ripon
Chuck Roots
17 October 2016

Every election cycle brings out the same old hackneyed accusations and “gotcha!” revelations by each candidate about their opponent. And now that we’re in the final few weeks of the 2016 presidential election, each candidate and their nudniks are using the most broad-brushed black paint in characterizing their political opponent.

I’m sure looking forward to this childish nonsense to end. Then maybe my email Inbox can return to some semblance of normality. Can I get an “Amen”?

So then, what are we the American people to do with two candidates that have the lowest approval level in history (or so it is reported)? One simple answer: VOTE! Set aside the personal quirks, oddities, blunders and foolishness of both Clinton and Trump, and engage in some due diligence by studying the pressing issues that confront our nation right now. Who is most likely to handle these challenges?

1.     National Debt – Our nation is rocketing toward an indebtedness that is unthinkable. We are nearly 20 trillion dollars in debt, doubling in the past eight years. It is clear to “We the People” that Congress and the President do not know how to properly use the monies obtained from us, the American taxpayers. So, which of the two candidates is most likely to stop the hemorrhaging of out-of-control spending by our elected representatives?

Carter on Continued Iran Attacks - "Where is Dick Blumenthal?"

"This is exactly why voters are entitled to debates, and Dick Blumenthal is not entitled to his seat in the US Senate," said Carter. "We must respond to these continued attacks by Iran on our military or they and their allies will only grow more emboldened."

October 14, 2016

                    Carter Response on Continued Iran Attacks  

BETHEL, CT - Republican US Senate candidate Dan Carter commented on continued provocations by Iran and Iranian backed rebels against American Navy vessels.
"Iran and its allies continue to be emboldened by the United States failure to hold them accountable for their actions," said Carter. "They've taken American hostages, held our sailors captive, fired shots at our vessels and now Iranian backed rebels are firing upon Navy vessels." 

"Where is Dick Blumenthal?" asked Carter. "He's not answering questions on why he supported the Iran nuclear deal, he's saying no comment when asked about the US paying ransom to Iran for holding hostages, and he's certainly not commenting on the string of attacks made by Iranian vessels firing upon US Navy vessels." 

"Politicians in Washington like Senator Blumenthal are weakening American foreign policy by failing to hold Iran accountable," said Carter. "Instead of ramping up sanctions, which is what I would fight for, Senator Blumenthal voted to give Iran, the world's foremost state sponsor of terror, $150 billion.

"There is a long list of atrocities Iran has committed against America, our allies and it's own people," said Carter. "Yet, Dick Blumenthal has no comment on his record or the Obama Administration's failed policies when dealing with Iran." 

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Friday, October 21, 2016


Adventures in Conquering Fear and Starting My New Life

The “Ball Is In Your Park” decision; the BIIYP, as you may recall, ended quickly with a request for a showing.

Geezzzzzz!!!!  So SOON??!??  This was supposed to take awhile!  I just got used to seeing the sign for Pete’s sake. I was quite comfy in BIIYP and was not ready to have strangers (otherwise known as BUYERS to regular people who list their homes) coming into my home!  No!  I didn’t want to show it!  But the PIA voice started nagging.  I could clearly hear her lecturing me about wasting Marilyn’s time if I wasn’t serious.  About having wasted MY time too.  “Alright ALRIGHT!!!  I’ll show it!  Shutup already!” I hollered to the PIA voice.

So you might think that with my half-hearted attitude about selling, that I would give showing the house a half-hearted effort, but that is just not me.  Nope.  Everything had to be perfect.  Each showing was akin to preparing for a visit by heads of state.   Every tiny speck of dust removed, every pillow karate-chopped just the right way.  Did I mention that I am a Certified Professional Home Stager and HGTV addict?  Well, I may not have really wanted to sell my house, but darn it!  It was going to look like it jumped out of Better Homes and Gardens for every showing no matter how I felt inside!!  Probably the funniest incident happened when I was in such a pre-showing rush and panic, I whipped myself around and accidentally stuck the running vacuum cleaner hose into dog’s water dish and it started sucking up water!!  So that showing wasn’t quite perfect of course since I had to have the vacuum upside down in the basement sink draining out the water.  Lesson learned.  “Budget your time a little better” the voice said…….  At another showing, the PIA voice nagged about giving more attention to detail.  “Maybe next time, you can remember to take down the bra hanging from the clothes line in the basement.”

Sgt. Mazzotta Lies in Voice Mail, ACO Petras Lies Under Oath, Refuses to Enforce Law - Part 3

On 26 September, I again heard the nightmarishly familiar sound of a dog barking.  It was obviously coming from the home of Bernice Rosa and Marcus Keilch.  After about 10 minutes of the incessant noise, I called the police and reported it.  (Past experience taught me that it was useless to call Animal Control; there is never anyone there to answer the phone.)  Twenty minutes later, Animal Control Officer Petras arrived.

In the mean time, I got out the cell phone and started recording, as I walked down the drive.  I saw a police car parked across the street from their house and an officer talking to two people.  I continued walking (and recording), and noticed Bernice's car in the driveway and a dog with its head sticking out of a second floor window; it was barking at the people across the street.  (A second officer arrived on the scene.)

Petras arrived and ordered me to go home; she would handle it.  I refused.  She then walked to the back door and knocked.  Not getting a response, she gets out her phone and makes a phone call.  A moment later, Petras hangs up the phone and the back door opens.  She enters.

Who would Petras be calling while standing at Bernice's back door?  Bernice.  Tell me; why would the ACO have Bernice's number programed into her phone?  Could it be that they have a personal relationship outside the scope of her duties?  Hmmm, me thinks so.

The phone call to police was made at 10:25.  The video begins at 10:36.  Petras arrived nine minutes into the video, or 20 minutes after the call was placed.  The dogs were barking at least 10 minutes prior to calling the police, for a total of about 30 minutes.  This can be proven by the officers who were across the street from her house and their reports.

In spite of this, and the protracted history of dog barking complaints, stray dogs and dogs being hit by cars, all from this address; in spite of the fact that the dog owner was home at the time of the occurrence and allowed it to go on unchecked, Petras did not issue a ticket.  She refused to enforce the law.

I said to Petras; "By the way, after you left court, Bernice admitted it was you who brought the blog post about the barking dogs to her attention".  Her response?  No, not a denial, but a smug; "Well, if you didn't want people to see it, you shouldn't have posted it."

Since when does it fall to the duties of an animal control officer to go around telling people about blog posts, especially when the blog post has nothing to do with those people?  I don't think it does fall to the duties of an officer, a civil servant, to tell people about a blog post.  Do you?
Had Petras kept her mouth shut, Bernice Rosa and Marcus Keilch would never have seen that blog post.  Had Petras done her duty and resolved the issue of the barking dogs in the first place, that blog post never would have been.  Had Petras kept her mouth shut and done her duty, NONE of this would be going on, today.  Nor, would I have been called to court under the false pretenses of one Bernice Rosa.

Officer Petras can shoulder ALL the blame for the fallout, resulting from her dereliction of duty.

Stay tuned for the next series of posts where I rip apart the perjured testimony of Bernice Rosa, one transcript page at a time.  You'll love it, folks; it's gonna be huge; HUGE!

Thursday, October 20, 2016


WATERFORD - Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh, founder of American Liberty Center and radio host of the Lori on Liberty Show will host a live, two-hour debate for Connecticut's 37th and 38th District Seats at Langley’s Restaurant at the Great Neck Country Club on October 23 from 1-3 pm. The candidates attending from East Lyme and Salem are Republican Holly Cheeseman and Democrat Beth Hogan. The candidates attending from Waterford and Montville are incumbent Republican Representative Kathleen McCarty, Democrat Sharon Palmer and Green Party candidate Lauren Shaw.

The debate format includes a ten-minute, one-on-one interview with each candidate, followed by questions taken from the audience. Each candidate will have one minute to answer each question. Presented by WJJF 94.9 FM radio, the debate broadcasts live, streams live, and will be available to run on cable access.

“The inner city debate that American Liberty Center hosted last month for the 39th and 41st Districts at the New London Library drew a standing room only crowd, indicating a strong demand from voters to interact directly with the candidates. American Liberty Center is playing an important role in helping voters make up their minds and understand issues critical to their community,” said Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh. “Residents can meet these candidates in person, hear their positions and understand their core values before heading to the polls and sending them to Hartford.”

About: American Liberty Center is a non-partisan organization that works in collaboration with public officials and diverse organizations to protect and maintain freedom and prosperity, to preserve an open, peaceful society and to fight on behalf of the exploited, powerless and forgotten.

Threatened With Arrest

By Micheal Picard

On Wednesday, October 12, 2016, I was in Manchester, CT handing out flyers advocating for jury nullification. Jury nullification is the right of the jury to acquit a defendant, or a juror to hang the jury, because they believe the law to be immoral or misapplied.

About 25 minutes after I arrived, the chief clerk of the Manchester Superior Court, Antonio D'Addeo, said that I was not allowed to hand out flyers in front of the courthouse, that I needed permission first, and called the Connecticut State Police. I continued to hand out flyers.

About 10 minutes later, Chief Clerk Antonio D'Addeo and the chief marshal, Greg Maloney, approached, by order of Judge Hunchu Kwak and Judge Julia Dewey, and ordered me off of courthouse property, which they called "private property", or else I would be arrested for criminal trespass (C.G.S. 53a-107 (which is a class A misdemeanor in Connecticut)) by the Connecticut State Police Troop H, the same troop that was involved in fabricating evidence and falsifying charges against me on video (

Editor's note:  For more information on the power of the jury to nullify the law or the application of the law under a specific circumstance, visit Good job, Micheal.

"FROM BEHIND BARS" - A Series, Part 71 - Day 2125

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If only it were so . . .  Photo from CtPost
This is the seventy first installation of a periodic series of letters written to and from someone currently in the custody of the Connecticut Department of Correction.

These letters, submitted anonymously, are redacted to protect the privacy of the writer and the writer's family and friends.

As time went by, the letter became more personal, revealing the emotional and physical distresses endured by those committed to Connecticut's prisons. These distresses are not confined (no pun intended) to just the prisoner, but extend to the prisoner's family and friends. And we pay for it.

After examining the trial transcripts and speaking extensively to others with first hand knowledge of the matter, I'm of the opinion that this person is innocent of the crime for which he was convicted; his council being incompetent and ineffective.  Please keep an open mind and take the letters at face value.

Anyone wishing to write to our correspondent may send a letter to and I will see it is forwarded.  In the subject line, please put “Behind Bars” and address your letter to “Dear Pen Pal”.  While I can’t promise a personal response, I will see to it that you get it, if you provide me with your mailing address.  Your letters will be publish, both to and from, after redacting any personally identifying information.  The writers' identities will never be disclosed.  That info will forever remain confidential.

Day 2125

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Police! Open the Door!

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Last evening about 6:30, there was a knock at my door.  Instinctively, I knew it was the police.  They were expected.

I went to the door and greeted Officer Puorro.  No, he didn't beat on the door and shout; "Police! Open the Door!"; that is just an eye catching title.  (It worked, didn't it? :) )

Officer Puorro asked if we could speak.  I agreed.  He asked if he could come in, or if I wanted to come out, or if I would prefer to talk through the screen.  I opted to talk through the screen for the time being.

In his hand, I could see a copy of an email I had sent the previous evening to Marcus Keilch and his wife, Bernice Rosa.  He was interested in the history between me and the neighbors from Hell.  (TNFH)  After about 30 seconds, I invited him to come in; his demeanor was such that I felt able to open up to him.

Officer Puorro and I spent over half an hour discussing the history.  At the end of this article, you will find links to previous posts that will make our history quite clear.  Be sure to keep an eye out; there is more coming.*

Here is the email in question:

Cyber Attack: Insider Email Account Being Flooded!

 Well, well.  I wonder who could be responsible for this?  Note the number of emails; 301-350 of 364 and that is just what is in this folder; there are another 340 or so, others.

Wikipedia defines cyber terrorism, in part, "as the intentional use of computer, networks, and public internet to cause destruction and harm for personal objectives.  Objectives may be political or ideological since this can be seen as a form of terrorism."

We are looking at 690 or so emails in a matter of hours.  It was fortunate that I was on the computer when the attack began and was able to "stop" it.  By "stop", I mean, divert them into the trash folder.

The first attack began at 12:09 pm and continued until 12:31.  The second attack began at 4:30 and ran until 5:40.

Again, I'll posit the question; who could be responsible for this?  Who might have a motive to do something like this?

Read the following articles and decide for your self whether or not you see motive.  Be sure to glance through the comments in the first one.  Note also, this attack occurred the morning after I sent a certain email.  You can see that email and the story behind it in the following post.

This article first appeared on January 3rd of this year.  You will notice that the post does not mention anyone by name, but Petras

Be sure to keep an eye open for part three of "Sgt. Mazzotta Lies in Voice Mail, ACO Petras Lies Under Oath, Refuses to Enforce Law".

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