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National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#34 Mar 10, 2013
Hunley, you need to tell the truth. You are a documented lie. Tell us why you are considered non credible. Judges, newspaper reporters and the general public all agree. HUNLEY IS NOT CREDIBlE. Tell us Hunley, how did those cases turn out for you? You know the ones, law suits where the Judge reprimanded you for lying, the criminal case that sent you to prison, the law suits that you lost regarding your neighbor. The one where you jumped the wall and looked into your neighbors windows. And if course, the one where you were issued a restraining order, ordering you to keep away from a poor little girl. What is it? 50 or 100 feet that you can't get near her.
wait for my testimony

Covina, CA

#35 Mar 10, 2013
I am credible Ask the D A and the Grand Jury

Once again I would like to thank you for not letting the Breceda embezzle blog to disappear.

Now read the facts Rosy

Four current, former Irwindale officials accused of misspending city money on lavish New York trips
Prosecutors say the four, including Councilman Mark Breceda, dined at costly restaurants and attended Broadway shows. The tab for five trips came to $205,678.
October 28, 2010|By Jessica Garrison and Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Four current and former Irwindale officials, including a councilman, have been charged with spending thousands of dollars in city money on lavish business trips to New York that included outings to five-star restaurants and Broadway shows, baseball games and rounds of golf.

The four are accused of traveling to New York for up to six days at a time, allegedly to get a higher bond rating for the city, then improperly treating themselves to entertainment such as Yankee and Mets games and shows including "Phantom of the Opera" and "Mamma Mia!."
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#36 Mar 10, 2013
I'll ask the Judge. Oh wait, I don't need to. He already answered. Then I guess I'll ask the newspaper reporter. Oh wait. He answered to. Why won't you answer. Why are you considered non credible. Judges, newspaper reporters and the general public all agree. HUNLEY IS NOT CREDIBlE. Tell us Hunley, how did those cases turn out for you? You know the ones, law suits where the Judge reprimanded you for lying, the criminal case that sent you to prison, the law suits that you lost regarding your neighbor. The one where you jumped the wall and looked into your neighbors windows. And if course, the one where you were issued a restraining order, ordering you to keep away from a poor little girl. What is it? 50 or 100 feet that you can't get near her.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#38 Mar 11, 2013
Come on Hunley. Out with it! Why are you considered non credible. Judges, newspaper reporters and the general public all agree. HUNLEY IS NOT CREDIBlE. Tell us Hunley, how did those cases turn out for you? You know the ones, law suits where the Judge reprimanded you for lying, the criminal case that sent you to prison, the law suits that you lost regarding your neighbor. The one where you jumped the wall and looked into your neighbors windows. And if course, the one where you were issued a restraining order, ordering you to keep away from a poor little girl. What is it? 50 or 100 feet that you can't get near her.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#42 Mar 24, 2013
Hunley post blogs from the SGV Tribune. Well, Here’s what the Tribune thinks of him:
Baldwin Park shakes its money maker — resumes checkpoints in the Hub Cap of the SGV
Posted on October 21, 2010 by Frank Girardot
Reply
Towing fees put $1.2 million into Bolen Parque’s city coffers in 2009, so you can see why (in a tough economy) the city needs checkpoints. Read more here.
On the other side, James Hunley isn’t the most credible source when it comes to attacking city policies. Hunley was recently arrested for practically stalking the owner of Royal Coaches.
Car Parker

Covina, CA

#43 Mar 24, 2013
Rosy you have said that news paper are not accurate Now you say they are. Well read this

Irwindale city officials charged with misappropriating public funds
Frank C. Girardot, Staff Writer
Posted: 10/27/2010 10:24:38 AM PDT
Updated: 10/27/2010 06:34:32 PM PDT
Irwindale City Councilman Mark Breceda, and former Irwindale City Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in Department 30 to face charges of misappropriation of public funds in at the Criminal Courts building in downtown Los Angeles on October 27, 2010. The arraignment for three current and former Irwindale officials has been postponed until Dec. 2. A fourth city official who was out of town is scheduled for arraignment on Thursday.
IRWINDALE -- A San Gabriel Valley Tribune article from 2007 resulted in the arrests of four Irwindale city officials, including a current council member, officials said Wednesday.
The four have been charged with misappropriation of public funds after they allegedly attended Broadway shows and baseball games during trips to New York to get a better bond rating for the city, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said.
Charged are City Councilman Mark Breceda, 50; retired city manager Steve Blancarte, 56; finance director Abe De Dios, 65; and former councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez, 49, said Deputy District Attorney Nipa Cook with the Public Integrity Division.
Defendants Breceda, Blancarte and Ramirez,
Irwindale City Councilman Mark Breceda is among four city officials charged with misappropriation of public funds after they allegedly attended Broadway shows and baseball games during trips to New York to get a better bond rating for the city, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said.
a City of Baldwin Park employee who heads the city's crime-free multi-housing program, appeared this morning at the Foltz Criminal Justice Center, but because De Dios is out of town their arraignment was rescheduled for Dec. 2. De Dios is currently scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.
As this newspaper reported on Oct. 28, 2007, in an article written by staff writer Jennifer McLain, between 2001 and 2005 city officials traveled to New York for up to six days at a time to get a higher bond rating for the city.
During each trip, the officials bought tickets to Broadway shows and sporting events that had nothing to do with city business.
In 2007 Bob Stern, president of Center for Governmental Studies, questioned some of the expenses.
"I don't have a problem with them going back to New York," Stern said. "But I do have a problem with the extracurricular activities."
As McLain reported in 2007, city representatives dined at the famed theater district restaurant Sardi's, had a $1,027 brunch at the River Cafe and ate a $1,558 lunch at Windows on the World, formerly located in the World Trade Center, finance records show.
Among the expenses were shows and baseball games.
On June 4, 2001, officials attended "Follies"
Retired city manager Steve Blancarte is among four current and former Irwindale city officials charged with misappropriation of public funds after they allegedly attended Broadway shows and baseball games during trips to New York to get a better bond rating for the city, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said.
at Belasco Theatre, at $260 a ticket. On June 5, they attended a Yankees game at $250 a ticket. And on June 6, they attended Elton John and Tim Rice's "Aida," at The Palace Theater. Tickets were $210 apiece.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#44 Mar 24, 2013
I'm not Rosy and you are simi correct about newspaper articles. I said they are not factual. But how about you being afraid of what we have or will find out about you? Why wont you answer the questions. You talk big about others, but your own tainted past is what we want to know about. Tell us, did you rape someone? How long did you spend in Leavenworth? Iwhy do you refuse to answer questions about yourself, are the statute of limitations still in affect? What did you do to get court marshaled? did you attempt to have your military record sealed? Did you know it's not completely sealed. How many restraining orders have there been against you? Why must you talk about other people allegations when you are the only one convicted.Why are there allegations of rape, thefts, and slander against you, why do innocent women get restraining orders placed against you. You have spent time in jail, we know that. But have you also spent time in Leavenworth? Tell us about you. Why do you feel compelled to open someone's closet when you have more skeletons then anyone you blog about.
Car Parker

Covina, CA

#45 Mar 24, 2013
You post a pile of lies with nothing to back them up.

what is important is that you keep posting More evidence the better. Yo cant even pay your rent. You better save for bail Rosemary's bail was 75 thousand

Irwindale city officials charged with misappropriating public funds
Frank C. Girardot, Staff Writer
Posted: 10/27/2010 10:24:38 AM PDT
Updated: 10/27/2010 06:34:32 PM PDT
Irwindale City Councilman Mark Breceda, and former Irwindale City Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in Department 30 to face charges of misappropriation of public funds in at the Criminal Courts building in downtown Los Angeles on October 27, 2010. The arraignment for three current and former Irwindale officials has been postponed until Dec. 2. A fourth city official who was out of town is scheduled for arraignment on Thursday.
IRWINDALE -- A San Gabriel Valley Tribune article from 2007 resulted in the arrests of four Irwindale city officials, including a current council member, officials said Wednesday.
The four have been charged with misappropriation of public funds after they allegedly attended Broadway shows and baseball games during trips to New York to get a better bond rating for the city, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said.
Charged are City Councilman Mark Breceda, 50; retired city manager Steve Blancarte, 56; finance director Abe De Dios, 65; and former councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez, 49, said Deputy District Attorney Nipa Cook with the Public Integrity Division.
Defendants Breceda, Blancarte and Ramirez,
Irwindale City Councilman Mark Breceda is among four city officials charged with misappropriation of public funds after they allegedly attended Broadway shows and baseball games during trips to New York to get a better bond rating for the city, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said.
a City of Baldwin Park employee who heads the city's crime-free multi-housing program, appeared this morning at the Foltz Criminal Justice Center, but because De Dios is out of town their arraignment was rescheduled for Dec. 2. De Dios is currently scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.
As this newspaper reported on Oct. 28, 2007, in an article written by staff writer Jennifer McLain, between 2001 and 2005 city officials traveled to New York for up to six days at a time to get a higher bond rating for the city.
During each trip, the officials bought tickets to Broadway shows and sporting events that had nothing to do with city business.
In 2007 Bob Stern, president of Center for Governmental Studies, questioned some of the expenses.
"I don't have a problem with them going back to New York," Stern said. "But I do have a problem with the extracurricular activities."
As McLain reported in 2007, city representatives dined at the famed theater district restaurant Sardi's, had a $1,027 brunch at the River Cafe and ate a $1,558 lunch at Windows on the World, formerly located in the World Trade Center, finance records show.
Among the expenses were shows and baseball games.
On June 4, 2001, officials attended "Follies"
Retired city manager Steve Blancarte is among four current and former Irwindale city officials charged with misappropriation of public funds after they allegedly attended Broadway shows and baseball games during trips to New York to get a better bond rating for the city, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said.
at Belasco Theatre, at $260 a ticket. On June 5, they attended a Yankees game at $250 a ticket. And on June 6, they attended Elton John and Tim Rice's "Aida," at The Palace Theater. Tickets were $210 apiece.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#46 Mar 26, 2013
Really? That's all you got Hunley? I expose you as the convicted criminal you are and your only come back is to talk about Rosy's business and old newspaper articles? Wow, what's next? Are you going to tell her to go to Mexico, or are you going to speak of nonsense of her daughter? Face it Hunley. As of today? You are the only convicted criminal who has had Judges reprimand in open court an has had restraining orders granted against. Exposed and checkmate!
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#47 Mar 27, 2013
Hunley, is this one of your harassment tactics?
1. Hardin's request for orders to stop harassment.

On July 10, 2008, John Hardin filed a request for orders to stop harassment.   It alleged Hunley, his neighbor of 14 years, jumped over the fence into Hardin's yard in the City of Duarte and threatened to kick Hardin's ass.   Hardin claimed he feared Hunley would become increasingly violent and would continue to intimidate Hardin and his family.   The request also alleged Hunley had undertaken a campaign to get Hardin fired from his job as an officer of the Los Angeles Police Department by filing false personnel complaints based on Hardin's asserted off-duty misconduct.   Hardin stated Hunley once called Hardin's work and made false allegations against Hardin and he distributed a flyer encouraging the residents of the neighborhood to get Hardin fired.

A letter from one such resident attached to the request indicated he was friends with both Hunley and Hardin, they were involved in a dispute over the height of a fence and Hunley has conducted a campaign to get Hardin fired by defaming his character.

2. Hunley's response.

Hunley filed a response asserting Hardin failed to demonstrate a credible threat of violence and failed to allege any act of violence.   The response further asserted Hardin had harassed Hunley and his family.   Hunley had filed complaints of vandalism, which he suspected had been perpetrated by Hardin, with the Sheriff's Department which had police jurisdiction of the area.

3. The trial court's ruling.

After conducting a hearing, the trial court ordered Hunley “not to report anything to [Hardin's] employer without court order in advance.”

Hundley filed a motion to vacate the restraining order.   In denying Hunley's motion, the trial court modified the order to direct Hunley “to refrain from reporting any conduct by [Hardin], outside his performance as a police officer, to [Hardin's] employer.”   We interpret this modification to retain the requirement that Hunley obtain a court order prior to filing a complaint with the Los Angeles Police Department based on Hardin's asserted off-duty misconduct.
Car Parker

Covina, CA

#48 Mar 27, 2013
what is important is that you keep posting More evidence the better. Yo cant even pay your rent. You better save for bail Rosemary's bail was 75 thousand

Irwindale city officials charged with misappropriating public funds
Frank C. Girardot, Staff Writer
Posted: 10/27/2010 10:24:38 AM PDT
Updated: 10/27/2010 06:34:32 PM PDT
Irwindale City Councilman Mark Breceda, and former Irwindale City Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in Department 30 to face charges of misappropriation of public funds in at the Criminal Courts building in downtown Los Angeles on October 27, 2010. The arraignment for three current and former Irwindale officials has been postponed until Dec. 2. A fourth city official who was out of town is scheduled for arraignment on Thursday.
IRWINDALE -- A San Gabriel Valley Tribune article from 2007 resulted in the arrests of four Irwindale city officials, including a current council member, officials said Wednesday.
The four have been charged with misappropriation of public funds after they allegedly attended Broadway shows and baseball games during trips to New York to get a better bond rating for the city, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said.
Charged are City Councilman Mark Breceda, 50; retired city manager Steve Blancarte, 56; finance director Abe De Dios, 65; and former councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez, 49, said Deputy District Attorney Nipa Cook with the Public Integrity Division.
Defendants Breceda, Blancarte and Ramirez,
Irwindale City Councilman Mark Breceda is among four city officials charged with misappropriation of public funds after they allegedly attended Broadway shows and baseball games during trips to New York to get a better bond rating for the city, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said.
a City of Baldwin Park employee who heads the city's crime-free multi-housing program, appeared this morning at the Foltz Criminal Justice Center, but because De Dios is out of town their arraignment was rescheduled for Dec. 2. De Dios is currently scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.
As this newspaper reported on Oct. 28, 2007, in an article written by staff writer Jennifer McLain, between 2001 and 2005 city officials traveled to New York for up to six days at a time to get a higher bond rating for the city.
During each trip, the officials bought tickets to Broadway shows and sporting events that had nothing to do with city business.
In 2007 Bob Stern, president of Center for Governmental Studies, questioned some of the expenses.
"I don't have a problem with them going back to New York," Stern said. "But I do have a problem with the extracurricular activities."
As McLain reported in 2007, city representatives dined at the famed theater district restaurant Sardi's, had a $1,027 brunch at the River Cafe and ate a $1,558 lunch at Windows on the World, formerly located in the World Trade Center, finance records show.
Among the expenses were shows and baseball games.
On June 4, 2001, officials attended "Follies"
Retired city manager Steve Blancarte is among four current and former Irwindale city officials charged with misappropriation of public funds after they allegedly attended Broadway shows and baseball games during trips to New York to get a better bond rating for the city, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said.
at Belasco Theatre, at $260 a ticket. On June 5, they attended a Yankees game at $250 a ticket. And on June 6, they attended Elton John and Tim Rice's "Aida," at The Palace Theater. Tickets were $210 apiece.
Car Parker

Covina, CA

#49 Mar 27, 2013
Breceda is going to jail and you are going to MEXICO
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#52 Mar 31, 2013
Hunley, how often do you can't act your old cell mate ?
Justice for all

Perris, CA

#56 Mar 6, 2015
Car Parker wrote:
Breceda is going to jail and you are going to MEXICO
You were wrong AGAIN! You're the only one that belongs in jail. Or better yet, a Mexican jail.

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