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Charges against officer could be moved forward

There are 57 comments on the Worcester Telegram & Gazette story from May 5, 2011, titled Charges against officer could be moved forward. In it, Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports that:

Fitchburg District Court Clerk Magistrate Dennis Sargent took under advisement yesterday criminal charges filed against Fitchburg Police Sgt.

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Mayor Wrong

Ashburnham, MA

#1 May 5, 2011
interesting read.
Uh oh

Fitchburg, MA

#2 May 5, 2011
Mayor Wrong wrote:
interesting read.
Yeah, especially the part about even more charges being filed against Lynch. He's going down quick and his attorney must be pulling his hair out.

His candidacy is over.
AAA

Winthrop, ME

#3 May 5, 2011
Uh oh wrote:
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Yeah, especially the part about even more charges being filed against Lynch. He's going down quick and his attorney must be pulling his hair out.
His candidacy is over.
Any response from Baldwinville is Lynch, the one and only. And you are right he dug himself even deeper.
Darn stoopid

Leominster, MA

#4 May 5, 2011
This judge better rule in Lynch's favor or we'll have to spend our time following the judge with cameras, disrupt his life and stalk him.
Darn stoopid

Leominster, MA

#5 May 5, 2011
The bottom line to Lynch is your behavior was wrong. You can't stalk ANYONE you broke the law and the judge can see this.
Darn Tootin from W Newton

Marlborough, MA

#6 May 6, 2011
Hey Readers,

Good morning to all. Jeeze, after reading the story in the paper; I have to admit that Mr Lynch looks like the winner here. Lynch has played his hand quite well in this whole mess. Lynch played by the rules: He was aware that illegal parking was going on routinely at JR's. He contacted both the Mayor and The Police Chief over it. When the illegal parking continued; Mr Lynch took pictures of it as proof.

Chuckles The Cop, on the other hand, has not been playing by the rules of the game:

He routinely violated the parking code in front of his mommy's bar. And, even after focus was brought to this issue; he continued to park illegally. After all, he knew damn well that his good pal officer Paul McNamara, the officer in charge of traffic enforcement and illegal parking here in Fitchburg, wasn't going to do a damn thing about it.

So, it appears that Chuckles The Cop just popped his cork and went so far as to assault Mr Lynch, because Chuckles couldn't bear the thought of following the rules .

Folks, there is nothing in that article that looks bad for Mr Lynch. And, the horsesh#t new charges are being taken under consideration at this point in time. That's all. Again Readers, It sure as hell looks to me that Mr Lynch is on a MUCH FIRMER foundation in this case.

On the other hand, Chuckles The Cop has apparently built his case on a VERY WEAK foundation. Only arrogance or stupidity could allow a lawman to bring forth the charges that Chuckles The Cop has filed against Mr Lynch. And, unfortunately for Chuckles The Cop, he has just the right mixer of both!

Way to go; Mr Lynch. My money is on you!.

And, Taxpayers of Fitchburg, we really have to question the effectiveness of officer Paul McNamara as the officer in charge of illegal parking. I would swear under oath that illegal parking was going on for the past 5 or 6 years over at JR's; any night that the place was open for business. And, as I pointed out, there was always plenty of off street parking available, right next door! Obviously, McNamara was giving his pal Chuckles The Cop a free pass for any and all illegal parking, with no term limits.

McNamara, you are totally ineffective. If you have been given a pay "adder" for enforcing Fitchburg's parking laws and codes; the Taxpayers have been robbed! We should get the money back. You are exactly what is wrong with law enforcement today: double standards. Shape up, you slacker!

And Folks, if things are quiet on Mr Lynch's front at the moment; do not assume that it is because Mr Lynch is in any real trouble here. Mr Lynch has played his hand just right in this case; and he continues to do so.
Uh oh

Fitchburg, MA

#7 May 6, 2011
Having even more charges filed against him is "playing his hand right"?

Kind of like how the Philly Flyers have the Bruins exactly where they want them, in the hole and down 3 games.

Well, you just confirmed for everyone that you're not a lawyer, Darn.
Just facts

United States

#8 May 6, 2011
Yeah, but Darn insists he has a sixth sense about corruption when it comes to cops. He has a sixth sense? Riiiiigggggghhhhhhtttttt.
false charges

Ashburnham, MA

#9 May 6, 2011
Uh oh wrote:
Having even more charges filed against him is "playing his hand right"?
Kind of like how the Philly Flyers have the Bruins exactly where they want them, in the hole and down 3 games.
Well, you just confirmed for everyone that you're not a lawyer, Darn.
Mr.Lynch is continueing his run for Mayor as he will be in full swing shortly. Mr. Lynch encourages many debates with the other candidates.
In reference to new charges, the judge had taken a motion to dismiss the new charges before arraignment under consideration that Mr. Lynchs' attorney had filed.
In reference to Mr. Lynchs' request for endangerment orders; Mr. Lynch was requesting for people to stop harrassing him as he has a campaign to run.The two stay away orders against Mr. Lynch were appealed on Wednesday which the judge has also taken under consideration.
Mr. Lynch has done nothing wrong at all. Mr. Gonzalez has done nothing wrong at all. If I were to guess I would think that the case against Lynch will be dismissed; if they are not then Lynch will be found not-guilty at trial which will be a total waste of the tax payers money.
Darn Tootin from W Newton

Marlborough, MA

#10 May 6, 2011
Uh oh wrote:
Having even more charges filed against him is "playing his hand right"?
Kind of like how the Philly Flyers have the Bruins exactly where they want them, in the hole and down 3 games.
Well, you just confirmed for everyone that you're not a lawyer, Darn.
I suggest you go read the story. Or better yet, have someone with a brain in their gourd read it for you. The story clearly states that Judge Bibuad agreed that Mr Lynch was exercising his rights; and the Judge took the new charges under advisement. My strong hunch is that new charges will get tossed out; and the old charges won't hold up.

And, it's funny; the same people who are on here telling me that I don't know what I'm talking about are the same people who said that there is no problem with JR's liquor license. The story in yesterdays paper clearly stated that there is a problem with JR's liquor license.

These boobs either prefer to keep their heads buried in the sand; or it is just a case of blindly supporting a lawman; whether he is in the right or in the wrong.

Let's not forget Readers; the headline for this story says: "Charges against officer could be moved forward."

Anyone reading the story and who is open minded to such things can clearly see that Chuckles The Cop looks like the villian in the story and Mr Lynch is the victim.
No chance

White Plains, NY

#11 May 6, 2011
false charges wrote:
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Mr.Lynch is continueing his run for Mayor as he will be in full swing shortly. Mr. Lynch encourages many debates with the other candidates.
In reference to new charges, the judge had taken a motion to dismiss the new charges before arraignment under consideration that Mr. Lynchs' attorney had filed.
In reference to Mr. Lynchs' request for endangerment orders; Mr. Lynch was requesting for people to stop harrassing him as he has a campaign to run.The two stay away orders against Mr. Lynch were appealed on Wednesday which the judge has also taken under consideration.
Mr. Lynch has done nothing wrong at all. Mr. Gonzalez has done nothing wrong at all. If I were to guess I would think that the case against Lynch will be dismissed; if they are not then Lynch will be found not-guilty at trial which will be a total waste of the tax payers money.
Goodmorning Kevin.
AAA

Winthrop, ME

#12 May 6, 2011
Darn Tootin from W Newton wrote:
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I suggest you go read the story. Or better yet, have someone with a brain in their gourd read it for you. The story clearly states that Judge Bibuad agreed that Mr Lynch was exercising his rights; and the Judge took the new charges under advisement. My strong hunch is that new charges will get tossed out; and the old charges won't hold up.
And, it's funny; the same people who are on here telling me that I don't know what I'm talking about are the same people who said that there is no problem with JR's liquor license. The story in yesterdays paper clearly stated that there is a problem with JR's liquor license.
These boobs either prefer to keep their heads buried in the sand; or it is just a case of blindly supporting a lawman; whether he is in the right or in the wrong.
Let's not forget Readers; the headline for this story says: "Charges against officer could be moved forward."
Anyone reading the story and who is open minded to such things can clearly see that Chuckles The Cop looks like the villian in the story and Mr Lynch is the victim.
Just because the judge said he was exercising his rights and taking under advisment means jack $hit. He does have right to send emails, and he has a right to file counter charges but it appears that the judge was concerned about the content of the emails. Lynch lost again, he has more charges, still wearing GPS and he has to go back. Charges against officers "could" move foward. That also means nothing, they are just looking into the matter, it's the law. Lynch is guilty as charged and as usual.
Just facts

United States

#13 May 6, 2011
It is kind of interesting that Lynch is asking that he not be bothered because he needs to be out campaigning. I would have thought that he should have already been doing that instead of "exercising his rights" down at JRs.

I'm not saying he was wrong to be at JRs, but either he wants to campaign or he doesn't. This city is big enough for him to be concentrating on meeting us all instead of inserting himself directly into a situation like this and spending time in court.

Darn Tootin from W Newton

Marlborough, MA

#14 May 6, 2011
Just facts wrote:
It is kind of interesting that Lynch is asking that he not be bothered because he needs to be out campaigning. I would have thought that he should have already been doing that instead of "exercising his rights" down at JRs.
I'm not saying he was wrong to be at JRs, but either he wants to campaign or he doesn't. This city is big enough for him to be concentrating on meeting us all instead of inserting himself directly into a situation like this and spending time in court.
So, you reckon that "Lynch inserted himself directly into a situation like this"; eh?

It seems to me that Chuckles The Cop is the one who inserted Lynch into this particular situation.

I have to ask; was Chuckles The Cop on duty at the time that he attacked Lynch; or was he off duty? I thought that he was off duty. If so, then why in the hell didn't he let the on duty cops handle the matter. And, why is Lynch being charged with assault on a police officer if Chuckles The Cop was off duty at the time. When he has his policemen's costume off and he is off duty; isn't he just a citizen?

Is JR's still going to be open for business this weekend; even with the big mess up with it's ownership on the liquor license? If so; why?

Again, my money's on Mr Lynch in this battle. Chuckles The Cop has confused arrogance with good sound police work....If anyone is wasting the courts time; it appears to be Chuckles The Cop to me. Mr Lynch has played things fair and square.
AAA

Winthrop, ME

#15 May 6, 2011
Darn Tootin from W Newton wrote:
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So, you reckon that "Lynch inserted himself directly into a situation like this"; eh?
It seems to me that Chuckles The Cop is the one who inserted Lynch into this particular situation.
I have to ask; was Chuckles The Cop on duty at the time that he attacked Lynch; or was he off duty? I thought that he was off duty. If so, then why in the hell didn't he let the on duty cops handle the matter. And, why is Lynch being charged with assault on a police officer if Chuckles The Cop was off duty at the time. When he has his policemen's costume off and he is off duty; isn't he just a citizen?
Is JR's still going to be open for business this weekend; even with the big mess up with it's ownership on the liquor license? If so; why?
Again, my money's on Mr Lynch in this battle. Chuckles The Cop has confused arrogance with good sound police work....If anyone is wasting the courts time; it appears to be Chuckles The Cop to me. Mr Lynch has played things fair and square.
Business as usual for JR's.
Just facts

United States

#16 May 6, 2011
Darn Tootin from W Newton wrote:
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So, you reckon that "Lynch inserted himself directly into a situation like this"; eh?
It seems to me that Chuckles The Cop is the one who inserted Lynch into this particular situation.
I have to ask; was Chuckles The Cop on duty at the time that he attacked Lynch; or was he off duty? I thought that he was off duty. If so, then why in the hell didn't he let the on duty cops handle the matter. And, why is Lynch being charged with assault on a police officer if Chuckles The Cop was off duty at the time. When he has his policemen's costume off and he is off duty; isn't he just a citizen?
Is JR's still going to be open for business this weekend; even with the big mess up with it's ownership on the liquor license? If so; why?
Again, my money's on Mr Lynch in this battle. Chuckles The Cop has confused arrogance with good sound police work....If anyone is wasting the courts time; it appears to be Chuckles The Cop to me. Mr Lynch has played things fair and square.
The questions you ask have no relevance the the statement I made about Lynch inserting him into a situation, unless you feel that standing in front of JRs taking pictures is a new method of campaigning for mayor. Let us know how that works out for him...ok?

The bottom line is that he obviously isn't taking his campaining seriously since he spends his time inserting himself into potentially confrontational situations, standing before a courtroom judge, and posting endless nonsense on this forum instead of "hitting the streets" and meeting people.

BTW: You continue to ask your nonesensical questions on this forum instead of addressing those questions with the actual people involved.

I realize that is your cowardly way of trying to inflate your ego, but we all know your a crackpot and have nothing of any consequence to add here. Maybe if you spout your nonsense long enough, you will actually get it right once in while.
The Insider

Sagamore, MA

#17 May 6, 2011
Darn Tootin from W Newton wrote:
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So, you reckon that "Lynch inserted himself directly into a situation like this"; eh?
It seems to me that Chuckles The Cop is the one who inserted Lynch into this particular situation.
I have to ask; was Chuckles The Cop on duty at the time that he attacked Lynch; or was he off duty? I thought that he was off duty. If so, then why in the hell didn't he let the on duty cops handle the matter. And, why is Lynch being charged with assault on a police officer if Chuckles The Cop was off duty at the time. When he has his policemen's costume off and he is off duty; isn't he just a citizen?
Is JR's still going to be open for business this weekend; even with the big mess up with it's ownership on the liquor license? If so; why?
Again, my money's on Mr Lynch in this battle. Chuckles The Cop has confused arrogance with good sound police work....If anyone is wasting the courts time; it appears to be Chuckles The Cop to me. Mr Lynch has played things fair and square.
Off duty he is a cop if he identifies himslef as one in any situation. He isn't just an ordinary citizen. It doesn't matter if he is in uniform.
Darn Tootin from W Newton

Marlborough, MA

#18 May 6, 2011
The Insider wrote:
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Off duty he is a cop if he identifies himslef as one in any situation. He isn't just an ordinary citizen. It doesn't matter if he is in uniform.
Ok, thanks for the clarification on that. I wasn't sure how it worked. Again, thanks.
Darn Tootin from W Newton

Marlborough, MA

#19 May 6, 2011
AAA wrote:
<quoted text>Business as usual for JR's.
Ok, thanks for that info. You may be right (we shall see tonight); but I don't know how in the hell the place wasn't shut down. At least until Chuckles The Cop and his family get their ducks in a row; as far as the ownership goes on the liquor license. And, the fact that the place was owned by a dissolved corporation for the past 13 years makes me wonder why there are no consequences.

Sloppy paperwork on the part of Chuckles The Cop and his lovely family; and slipshot record keeping by William A. Judge and his sidekicks.

It makes me wonder just how Chuckles The Cop is able to handle police paperwork; if he and his family don't even notice that they have a defunct corporation owning their VERY LUCRATIVE liquor license.....
Secret Squirrel

Leominster, MA

#20 May 6, 2011
Psssst... hey Darn, word on the street is the old lady 4 houses down hasn't renewed her dogs license in years. I'm going to go snap some pictures but this is a juicy caper that I might need backup for (she chases me off with a broom). You and Lynch meet at JR's at eight o'clock I'll be disguised as a police officer. The code word is canary.

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