But you said that you didn't have a hearing. When you clearly did. And you said that your 2011 melt down AND your 1992 conviction were both used as a justification for your revocation and also that you've been without a license for 4 years. But the numbers don't add up. If we are to believe your time line, then the RMV must have had ESP to use an incident that had yet to occur as a justification for revoking your license in advance.<quoted text>
The hearing officer stated once the case is dismissed come back and see me and I will reinstate your license. Well after it was dismissed I went back and they had moved that hearing officer and will not tell me where. In the meantime the AG got involved and he stated that my rights had been violated and they were stonewalling his investigation. So I went to the Governors office in Boston.
Now when I seen a new hearing officer, I explained what had happened at the other hearing and I told her the case was dismissed. She turned around and told me that she was ruling for the report. I told her that she was part of the Nazi regime.
Then I appealed. At the appeals hearing they stated that I had gotten a ticket in 1986 for $50. They also stated that I was sentenced in 1992 due to a fight. And then they stated that I was currently on trial for A&B on a police officer which in and or itself states that I am a violent person. So they ruled that I take a weekend course(2 days) and pay $500 for my license back.
So I paid $500 for an appeal instead. At the hearing, at the first appeal and now in court I was told that I could not argue about the facts of the ticket at hand because it was heard and dismissed in court already.
And here is the kicker, In that incident I called 911 as a driver was tailgating within inches of my bumper as I was approaching the Leominster barracks.Once I gave them my name and date of birth , the statie kept saying, this is kevin Lynch?..... So I went into the barracks.
I refused to accept the staties logic and he came out and gave me a ticket. It took the other driver 4 days to appear at the barracks in which the statie gave her the color of the car from his computer as being ours. But what he didn't count on is the fact that we would catch this little leading statement. The car was a different color and had been at time of purchase but the color wasn't changed with the registry.
So, yes, they did get to the RMV from Fitchburg as it was stated on tape recording.
So there are only three possible conclusions: The RMV has a Tardis and can travel through space and time. Or the Blue Light can see into the future. Or you're lying about everything.