Jeff Cordio: Investigation Update
applepieguy

Newark, NJ

#21 Feb 8, 2014
It may take a little while until he goes to trial but Cordio will be going to Concord State Prison for 5-7 years. He's almost out of money. He can neither beg or borrow a dime and nobody would partner with him for even a lemonade stand. His last and only move is too liquidate and kiss his wife goodbye. Instead of being a man he'd rather hide behind his family and take them down with him.
The Insider

Gardner, MA

#22 Feb 9, 2014
I bet he will not see the inside of a jail. He was NOT the one that set the fire. Joe was the one that got burned, Jeff saved him and that's what will come out in the trial. His diner is doing ok, people are still going there to eat. Some of us have been going there from the station and the food is awesome. .
applepieguy

Washington, DC

#23 Feb 9, 2014
Unbelievable. What propaganda and pathetic spin doctoring. Wait until the next bombshell revelation lands. Saying Cordio saved his accomplice is like saying Hitler put people in a crematory to give suntans. Wow you must be kidding. No jail? Dream on.
applepieguy

Washington, DC

#24 Feb 9, 2014
Some of us from the station??? Really? Are you insinuating your a police officer? Jeff likes to do that too. Little man power tripping. Ok . Whatever! LMMFAO!!!
The Insider

Gardner, MA

#25 Feb 9, 2014
Never said I was a police Officer. Just wait and see. OH the business is not closed we were there this week. Food was great. Sorry if that bothers you!!
The Insider

Gardner, MA

#26 Feb 9, 2014
LEOMINSTER -- A 45-year-old Fitchburg man was arraigned Wednesday on charges he set a fire at the West End Diner on Nov. 13.

Judge Maura McCarthy ordered Joseph J. Phillips, 129 Boutelle St., Fitchburg, held on $25,000 cash or $250,000 surety bail, according to court documents.

Phillips spent two weeks in the intensive care unit at a local hospital after suffering severe second- and third-degree burns, according to Lt. Michael Ciccolini.

Phillips was charged with arson of a dwelling. His next court date is Dec. 23.

Wake up and smell the coffee Jeff will not see jail time
applepieguy

Brooklyn, NY

#27 Feb 10, 2014
Keep talking. You have the right to remain silent but you'd rather talk and talk and talk. Why do you think he admitted it then. Drugs and gambling. Don't discount Joe just because black and in jail where Cordio belongs. Put them both in the same cell and youll get the truth real quick.
The Insider

Gardner, MA

#28 Feb 10, 2014
Remember the saying, IT'S NOT WHAT YOU KNOW IT'S WHAT YOU CAN PROVE.
And I can keep talking just like you and your big mouth.
Your question: Why do you think he admitted it then. Drugs and gambling.
Answer: Never admitted to lighting the fire, Phillips spent two weeks in the intensive care unit at a local hospital after suffering severe second- and third-degree burns, according to Lt. Michael Ciccolini.Phillips was charged with arson of a dwelling.(I don't see Jeff's name he for being burned and charge with arson of a dwelling) OH WELL
Jeff has a Drugs and gambling. problem, So does half of the police force in the state, What's the problem then??
You Know Who

Orange, VA

#29 Feb 11, 2014
The Insider wrote:
Remember the saying, IT'S NOT WHAT YOU KNOW IT'S WHAT YOU CAN PROVE.
And I can keep talking just like you and your big mouth.
Your question: Why do you think he admitted it then. Drugs and gambling.
Answer: Never admitted to lighting the fire, Phillips spent two weeks in the intensive care unit at a local hospital after suffering severe second- and third-degree burns, according to Lt. Michael Ciccolini.Phillips was charged with arson of a dwelling.(I don't see Jeff's name he for being burned and charge with arson of a dwelling) OH WELL
Jeff has a Drugs and gambling. problem, So does half of the police force in the state, What's the problem then??
If your claim that half the police force in Mass has a drug and a gambling problem really is true; wouldn't common sense dictate that ALL OF OUR LAWMEN get routinely tested for drugs in their system? And, if drugs are found in their systems that they either enter drug rehab programs or that they turn in their mighty badges? We sure as hell cannot allow a system to be in place where we know that a high percentage of our highly paid lawmen do, in fact, have addictions to drugs. We cannot allow people who are under the influence of drugs to speed around in police cars and to legally carry firearms. It just does not make sense. We could easily put a system in place where a condition of employment for ANY AND ALL COPS would include mandatory drug screening. Again, it is simply common sense.

And, if your other claim that half the lawmen have gambling problems is true as well; we have another big fat problem. Cops who have gambling problems are much more likely to engage in illegal activeties as they hide behind their mighty badges. Examples would be taking cash and drugs from drug dealers and from prostitutes; taking protection money from criminal enterprises such as gangs and book making operations; stealing drugs from police evidence rooms...etc.

Yes, I am sure that you ARE on to something with your claims. The number of "half" is probably too high; but I do not doubt for a second that the number could easily be a third or so. Yes, I am afraid that you have exposed a real problem here. A real conflict. A real case of the so called good guys actually being far worse criminals than the bulk of the taxpaying public....thank you for bringing this forward to the Topix Forum Readers.
The Insider

Gardner, MA

#30 Feb 11, 2014
Ok maybe not half of all cops but I am sure there are some with Drug and gambling problem, Just like every business in American as Drugs and gambling problem, so Jeff has a drug and gambling problem That does not mean he is going to jail for life.
applepieguy

Newark, NJ

#31 Feb 11, 2014
The Insider wrote:
Ok maybe not half of all cops but I am sure there are some with Drug and gambling problem, Just like every business in American as Drugs and gambling problem, so Jeff has a drug and gambling problem That does not mean he is going to jail for life.
zzzzzzzzzz.. who said police? Several additional charges are federal. They call them ATF agents. So actually Cordio will be wearing tan prison clothes rather than orange.
The Insider

Gardner, MA

#32 Feb 11, 2014
What charges are federal ?? You have no idea what your talking about.

Would love to hear your answer on this one!!!
The Insider

Gardner, MA

#33 Feb 12, 2014
applepieguy wrote:
<quoted text> zzzzzzzzzz.. who said police? Several additional charges are federal. They call them ATF agents. So actually Cordio will be wearing tan prison clothes rather than orange.
Well we still waiting to hear what the federal charges are???
applepieguy

Paterson, NJ

#34 Feb 12, 2014
The ATF is a federal agency which investigates a broad range of federal crimes. Including the manufacturing and/or use of any material or compounds for the purpose of causing destruction. Which includes gasoline,explosives and natural gas. Cordios patsy Joe does have a very competent attorney and credibility. Make no mistake that Cordio will receive a term of incarceration. Regardless of the people and officials he's prepared to offer up for their illicit activity.
applepieguy

Paterson, NJ

#35 Feb 12, 2014
Im told Cordios diner did re-opened recently. I won't judge his food because I've never eaten there. I'm told he's experienced a major decline in business. He's also lost virtually every regular customer. The police and fire fighters also no longer eat there.
The Insider

Gardner, MA

#36 Feb 12, 2014
applepieguy wrote:
The ATF is a federal agency which investigates a broad range of federal crimes. Including the manufacturing and/or use of any material or compounds for the purpose of causing destruction. Which includes gasoline,explosives and natural gas. Cordios patsy Joe does have a very competent attorney and credibility. Make no mistake that Cordio will receive a term of incarceration. Regardless of the people and officials he's prepared to offer up for their illicit activity.
Oh Ya Joe's court appointed lawyer is very good and his criminal record is about two pages long so he has great credibility.

Still what are the federal charges you say Jeff was charged with??

There are still firefighters and police eating there. Just the other day I saw 4 State police eating there, so don't believe everything your TOLD!! You seem to guess a lot about Jeff and you never been there to eat you have great credibility.
You Know Who

Orange, VA

#37 Feb 13, 2014
The Insider wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh Ya Joe's court appointed lawyer is very good and his criminal record is about two pages long so he has great credibility.
Still what are the federal charges you say Jeff was charged with??
There are still firefighters and police eating there. Just the other day I saw 4 State police eating there, so don't believe everything your TOLD!! You seem to guess a lot about Jeff and you never been there to eat you have great credibility.
You saw 4 Mass State Troopers eating there; eh? I don't doubt it. Those boys can work up quite the appetite dozing off in their cruisers on the side of the highway, in those endless and uselss paid police details.....
applepieguy

Elizabeth, NJ

#38 Feb 13, 2014
Indictment forthcoming. Jeff has quite the record also. Insurance scamming for years. There wasn't any state police eating at his dumpy twice baked diner either. Its barely been 90 days since he tried burning down his building. Just let the big boys in the DA office wrap up their final indictments. Poor Joe. Set up by a twisted little drug addict. Joe has a very competent legal defense team. He pulled excellent court appointed lawyers. Beyond that Jeff has another big surprise on the way. Trust the future. He's going to jail.
applepieguy

Elizabeth, NJ

#39 Feb 13, 2014
Hey Joe. Here's your empty envelope. Throw this match for me.
The Insider

Gardner, MA

#40 Feb 13, 2014
applepieguy wrote:
Indictment forthcoming. Jeff has quite the record also. Insurance scamming for years. There wasn't any state police eating at his dumpy twice baked diner either. Its barely been 90 days since he tried burning down his building. Just let the big boys in the DA office wrap up their final indictments. Poor Joe. Set up by a twisted little drug addict. Joe has a very competent legal defense team. He pulled excellent court appointed lawyers. Beyond that Jeff has another big surprise on the way. Trust the future. He's going to jail.
WOW that's a lot for being TOLD whats going on!!!

Now it's the DA and not the ATF Make up your mind. Why doesn't Jeff have a court date at the federal building? ANSWER There are NO federal charges.

Joe has ONE court appointed lawyer NOT a team of court appointed lawyers. WOW someone is filling your head with bull sh&t

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