Vote Lynch for city councilor at large in Fitchburg.

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Working Stiff

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<quoted text>I have to disagree with your post because a "normal person" wouldn't be there to begin with.
Please answer the question of why were you there?? And don't say you were looking for a job application at JRs because nobody will believe that.
I do agree that a normal, sane and rational person would not be there in the first place. Obviously normal people would see the enjoyment of the activities and let the fire department worry about responding to calls.
But in this case someone with an infactuation that feels they still have to take action should have ONLY had a meeting with the Deputy Fire Chief on duty and not anyone else.
Don't worry folks, there are numerous people that show up in need of medical aid on daily basis at the fire station. This is why there is a fire dispatcher on-duty 24/7 there.
This is why there is an intercom/camera system installed at every door at the station.
Any visitor to the fire station will be met with. It is a law.
The court will look at if Lynch put in place the steps that led to the confrontation.
They will want to know if there was anything else he could have done and the answer is YES.
They will want to know why he didn't remain inside the entrance and notified the dispatcher thru the intercom and wait for the Deputy Fire Chief.
They will want to know why they did not park in the fire department's parking lot.
They will want to know why he didn't inform the 911 dispatcher that he is at the fire station and is seeking help from the fire department.
They will want to know why he did not stay away from the scene until the police arrived.
The problem is if he was never there then he would have never been involved in an incident IT WOULD HAVE NEVER HAPPENED.
The problem is these type of people cannot let go of a situation even after they have reported it before or filed complaints.
They do not understand where their duty ends. They cannot control their anger and take it to the next step.
The judge will ask him why didn't he after notifying 911 about the parking situation go home?
He overstepped his duties by remaining at the scene after contacting 911 and the police.
These type of people usually take the law into their own hands and that will always get them into trouble.
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Lynch wrote:
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...you would have to accept the fact that multiple officers wrote these false reports...

See, I am different than you or anyone else in management. I would fire these officers and then replace them with honest officers. It is a win win for everyone.
But, Lynch, no one accepts this as fact. The only person that believes that there are false reports is you. ANd don't get me wrong. I'm sure that you sincerely believe that any reports are false. Because you are delusional. Anyone who, for over 20 years, has minimized his involvement in a fatal beating by referring to it as a mere fist fight, and further says that his sentencing was politically motivated, is truly clueless and crazy.

You have had 2 1/2 years to prove that people filed false reports. You haven't. No one believes you. And you would fire these officers? How? Based on what? You can't just fire someone without going through a process. And in your case, that process would undoubtedly prove only that you are crazy.
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I have never steered away from the truth. I am the most honest person you know. You refuse to swallow the truth because you would have to accept the fact that multiple officers wrote false reports.
See, I am different than you or anyone else in management. I would fire these officers and then replace them with honest officers. It is a win win for everyone. By not addressing the situation now you are just making the problem bigger and bigger.
I will be talking again to an attorney that I already spoke to in person. At this point I am bringing civil action against all involved. You and a few others have pushed me to this point.
You have to have a good reason why you were there after notifying the police?

If someone is having a heart attack and notices a fire station nearby do you really think that there is no way to contact anyone at the fire station if they stop there seeking medical attention?

Your case will be based on what a normal, sane and rational person would do, NOT WHAT YOU WOULD DO !
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Working Stiff wrote:
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Lynch concentrate and read carefully I do not want a long story, we don't care about your details, your drama.
So if you came across a stranger and a police officer in a scuffle would you try to break up the fight?
Why wouldn't you restrain the stranger?
Just answer the question, don't add in any of your scenarios to the question.
Do you understand the court and jury decides the outcome of cases such as yours on what a "NORMAL,SANE and RATIONAL person would do !
Your boyfriend never stated you went to the fire station before calling 911 or started taking pictures?
Let me put this another way.

Fitchburg isn't that big, relatively speaking. All of the cops know all of the Jakes, and vice versa. And, for good or for bad, most of them know the "regular customers." These are the people who amass the public safety equivalent of frequent flier miles because they are always calling for an ambulance because the Blue Light is giving them headaches, and always calling the police to report that people are trying to run them down or are rapelling down from helicopters to break into their computers. Lynch is probably at the top of this list.

So when a firefighter sees a known crazy man who has served 8 years in prison for his part in the savage killing of a man, which involved kicking him in the head, hitting him in the head with a golf club so hard that the heads broke off, and then stabbing him with the club shafts multiple times, then of course he or she would try to restrain the assailant. It's a no-brainer. To everyone but Lynch, of course.
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Cheryl45 wrote:
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Let me put this another way.
Fitchburg isn't that big, relatively speaking. All of the cops know all of the Jakes, and vice versa. And, for good or for bad, most of them know the "regular customers." These are the people who amass the public safety equivalent of frequent flier miles because they are always calling for an ambulance because the Blue Light is giving them headaches, and always calling the police to report that people are trying to run them down or are rapelling down from helicopters to break into their computers. Lynch is probably at the top of this list.
So when a firefighter sees a known crazy man who has served 8 years in prison for his part in the savage killing of a man, which involved kicking him in the head, hitting him in the head with a golf club so hard that the heads broke off, and then stabbing him with the club shafts multiple times, then of course he or she would try to restrain the assailant. It's a no-brainer. To everyone but Lynch, of course.
Well to give Lynch a little credit, if everything he says is true that the off-duty cop crossed the street and approached him at the fire station UNPROVOKED then he could have a possible civil suit against the cop.

There are things he should have done differently, contacting the Deputy Fire Chief first, parking in the fire station parking lot and so on.

But as for the firefighter he does not have a case against him. Anyone, not just a firefighter, would restrain a stranger first in a scuffle with a cop or even a off-duty cop. That is a natural reaction for all law-abiding citizens to help a police officer in distress.

But remember there maybe a whole other side to the story from the other parties involved. It may have gone down totally different than what lynch is stating here.
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Lynch wrote:
I have decided to run a campaign in hopes to be elected as a City Councilor at Large for Fitchburg Massachusetts. I have an education in business. I have worked as a Carpenter for many years. I consider myself to be a very good problem solver. I am also great listener. These last two attributes is what I believe will make me an excellent City Councilor.
I vow to work for every citizen in Fitchburg. I will be out walking and meeting all citizens of Fitchburg.
So, Lynch. There is a candidates' night at FSU tomorrow night and I just wanted to wish you well and offer a few tips.

1. I don't like men in Scally caps, but while that's just a personal preference, you should take yours off when you enter the hall. Gentlemen should never wear a hat indoors unless they are electricians or an Orthodox rabbi. Neither of which, I'm sure, applies to you.

2. Men should never wear a dark shirt and tie unless they are in a remake of an 80s porn movie.

3. Dr. Antonucci is your host. Don't insult him. OK. I understand. You probably won't be able to restrain yourself. But try.

4. Try to keep your "uh"s to a minimum. You didn't do so well last time.

5. Forget the "Good Old Boys" schtick. You have never proven it and no one believes you.

6. Remember that if you feel yourself sliding into a melt down, it will only result in you being hauled off the stage in handcuffs while you foam at the mouth and scream "Corruption." Much like you kept screaming "You cops are all done! I'm going to get your all!" on North Street.

7. Stay away from your current occupation. Being a lamprey on the public teat doesn't play well.

So, good luck. I will be out of town on business, but I'll be looking for the video of you. I'm sure it will be entertaining.
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Working Stiff wrote:
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Well to give Lynch a little credit, if everything he says is true that the off-duty cop crossed the street and approached him at the fire station UNPROVOKED then he could have a possible civil suit against the cop..
But nothing he says is ever true. He is a proven liar. Read his BS about his manslaughter conviction. Everything is always someone else's fault.
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So, Lynch. There is a candidates' night at FSU tomorrow night and I just wanted to wish you well and offer a few tips.
1. I don't like men in Scally caps, but while that's just a personal preference, you should take yours off when you enter the hall. Gentlemen should never wear a hat indoors unless they are electricians or an Orthodox rabbi. Neither of which, I'm sure, applies to you.
2. Men should never wear a dark shirt and tie unless they are in a remake of an 80s porn movie.
3. Dr. Antonucci is your host. Don't insult him. OK. I understand. You probably won't be able to restrain yourself. But try.
4. Try to keep your "uh"s to a minimum. You didn't do so well last time.
5. Forget the "Good Old Boys" schtick. You have never proven it and no one believes you.
6. Remember that if you feel yourself sliding into a melt down, it will only result in you being hauled off the stage in handcuffs while you foam at the mouth and scream "Corruption." Much like you kept screaming "You cops are all done! I'm going to get your all!" on North Street.
7. Stay away from your current occupation. Being a lamprey on the public teat doesn't play well.
So, good luck. I will be out of town on business, but I'll be looking for the video of you. I'm sure it will be entertaining.
Whats wrong Cheryl you don't like to listen to a candidate go 'I, I, I you, know, I my family has been um, um you know I um ruberstamp, I um, you know um good ol'boys um I rubber stamp I, I, I um, um you know um I rubber stamp um I hope you vote for me.' Question 1 what are your qualifications?'I, um you know I'm a good listener.'
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Just to clarify for you Lynch. Just because you've been getting a check from the Government every week for many years now that doesn't qualify you as a Government employee. Then again in your twisted world who knows how you percieve it.
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Snitch boy wrote:
<quoted text>Whats wrong Cheryl you don't like to listen to a candidate go 'I, I, I you, know, I my family has been um, um you know I um ruberstamp, I um, you know um good ol'boys um I rubber stamp I, I, I um, um you know um I rubber stamp um I hope you vote for me.' Question 1 what are your qualifications?'I, um you know I'm a good listener.'
I received a very bad concussion earlier to my head. There is internal bleeding, my neck, jaw and ears hurt. I have a slight headache.

If I don't make it through the night I want to tell you that I will try my best to haunt you. So, if I pass, every time you see a shadow it is me trying to enact some karma.

Oh, and my qualifications is the fact that I am not scared to cut the FPD and FFD budgets by hundreds of thousands in order to hire more police. This is the difference between me and the few that are terrified to make cuts in a recession. There is a public safety need, I don't care if you guys receive a 13th paid holiday as I care for the citizen who needs police assistance.

And I oppose having Kaddy on the search committee as I feel that he is way too bias as he has shown over and over concerning the FPD.

Other than that I do not have anything negative to say about the guy. I have actual heard a few good things about him lately.
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So, Lynch. There is a candidates' night at FSU tomorrow night and I just wanted to wish you well and offer a few tips.
1. I don't like men in Scally caps, but while that's just a personal preference, you should take yours off when you enter the hall. Gentlemen should never wear a hat indoors unless they are electricians or an Orthodox rabbi. Neither of which, I'm sure, applies to you.
2. Men should never wear a dark shirt and tie unless they are in a remake of an 80s porn movie.
3. Dr. Antonucci is your host. Don't insult him. OK. I understand. You probably won't be able to restrain yourself. But try.
4. Try to keep your "uh"s to a minimum. You didn't do so well last time.
5. Forget the "Good Old Boys" schtick. You have never proven it and no one believes you.
6. Remember that if you feel yourself sliding into a melt down, it will only result in you being hauled off the stage in handcuffs while you foam at the mouth and scream "Corruption." Much like you kept screaming "You cops are all done! I'm going to get your all!" on North Street.
7. Stay away from your current occupation. Being a lamprey on the public teat doesn't play well.
So, good luck. I will be out of town on business, but I'll be looking for the video of you. I'm sure it will be entertaining.
1) First thank you for wishing me well. In reference to the scally cap, I will not be wearing a hat. I did hit my head pretty good earlier. I am hoping that I do not end up in the hospital as it doesn't look good. I think I am bleeding internally. My neck,jaw and ears are hurting and I have a slight headache. As I told Leominster if I do not make it through the night I want to promise you that I will do my best to haunt you so everytime you see a shadow it will be me trying to exact karma from the afterworld.

I like baseball caps myself. I never use to wear any hat but I got tired of people looking at my balding head while I would be talking to them. It is a distraction.

2) I like light colored shirts but black made me look a bit thinner. Blue is more of my color as it brings out my blue eyes.

3) I wouldn't insult Mr. Antonucci as he does well enough doing that to himself on his own. He is not a decent man on the inside. He did my brother wrong a couple days before Christmas and he did that student wrong a couple days before Christmas so I am bring a little green Grinch mascot doll to place in front of me to honor him. I hope they ask about the doll so I can explain.

4) Actually, I did real well as I got all my votes from that auditorium. I was giving compliments by both Wong and Solomito supporters. I was also approached by others in Fitchburg afterwards telling me how good I did. I got my message out there. And I got some things changed for the better in Fitchburg.

5)The good ole boy thing is still very much a topic, sorry I can't promise no mention of this network.

6)When I was arrested the last time the lt. stated ,"well I guess there goes the Mayoral campaign". I said No actually it is publicity that I will utilize.

7)I have a legitimate disability. I have paid plenty into the system as has my entire family. My Mother and Father raised a family without assistance. I work with Mass Rehab and others in an attempt to get back on my feet in a different career.

When I win you can call me Mr.Lynch instead of councilman Lynch.
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Lynch, why was Gomez held in the Worcester HOC for 30 days (If indeed he was. You know how you are about telling tall tales) after your violent melt down on North Street? If you were charged with assault and released on probation after your trial, why was he kept in the jail? Did he have an outstanding warrant? What was it for?
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Lynch, why was Gomez held in the Worcester HOC for 30 days (If indeed he was. You know how you are about telling tall tales) after your violent melt down on North Street? If you were charged with assault and released on probation after your trial, why was he kept in the jail? Did he have an outstanding warrant? What was it for?
He didn't have a warrant. Leave the guy alone as he was tortured in there by the administration due to its connections to Fitchburg. The connections should be ashamed of themselves.

What they did to him makes me mad. He was beaten, I-phone stolen, car stolen by the FPD, credit ruined, falsely charged, falsely imprisoned. You know he ended up in the hospital for 30 days after jail after a suicide attempt?

The attackers mother told him that he should go back to his own country and he asked her and what country is that?? Bad subject, don't chatise Dave as he doesn't bother anyone. He is constantly helping others to the point that sometimes it is constant. One battery jump after the other.

If he sees someone injured he jumps into action not caring about blood or nothing. I couldn't say enough good things about him. He was born to help others.

You need to leave the guy alone as what they did to him is just unbelievable.
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See, Kevin, this is one of the reasons that no one ever believes any of your stories. He wasn't falsely imprisoned for 30 days.

You were charged with threatening to commit murder, assault and battery on a police officer, assault and battery on ambulance personnel and disorderly conduct.

Your friend was charged with assault and battery on a police officer for trying to stop police from arresting you.

Now, you would have us believe that you were released and your friend was held for 30 days was all due to his being "falsely imprisoned?" That's quite a stretch. There is a reason why he was held longer than you. Was there an unpaid fine? An outstanding warrant? A skipped court appearance? A 30 day sentence in the HOC that he never showed up for? A violation of his probation perhaps?

I really don't care what it was. But don't insult us by continuing to assert that the long hand of the (fictional) GOBN reached out to the Sheriff to keep your friend in jail. If that was true (And it could only be true in your alternate universe), why wouldn't they have insisted that you be kept locked up as well? And why only 30 days?

I have no interest in Mr. Gomez, and his record and personal life would never have become an issue had you not dragged him into your crazy world. But since you have been using this incident to justify your ludicrous claims of wrongdoing by the FPD, the court, the mayor, the newspapers and the fictional GOBN, it is an issue.

The fact that you won't explain it can only mean that you have played fast and loose with the truth for the last few years. Which is a serious handicap for someone running for public office and seeking the public's trust.
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Lynch wrote:
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I have never steered away from the truth. I am the most honest person you know.
Then tell the truth about why your friend was kept in the Worcester House for 30 days. Tell the truth about how the RMV revoked your license four years ago for an incident that took place 2 1/2 years ago, or 18 months in the future. Maybe the GOBN has a Tardis and is able to travel through space and time? Perhaps a GOBN operative from 2011 (or even later) traveled to the 2009 RMV hearings to whisper something in the hearing officer's ear like "Hey-this guy is going to have a melt down in March of 2011, so you might want to take that into consideration in your decision."

Because that's the only way your explanation would make sense. Honest person indeed.
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See, Kevin, this is one of the reasons that no one ever believes any of your stories. He wasn't falsely imprisoned for 30 days.
You were charged with threatening to commit murder, assault and battery on a police officer, assault and battery on ambulance personnel and disorderly conduct.
Your friend was charged with assault and battery on a police officer for trying to stop police from arresting you.
Now, you would have us believe that you were released and your friend was held for 30 days was all due to his being "falsely imprisoned?" That's quite a stretch. There is a reason why he was held longer than you. Was there an unpaid fine? An outstanding warrant? A skipped court appearance? A 30 day sentence in the HOC that he never showed up for? A violation of his probation perhaps?
I really don't care what it was. But don't insult us by continuing to assert that the long hand of the (fictional) GOBN reached out to the Sheriff to keep your friend in jail. If that was true (And it could only be true in your alternate universe), why wouldn't they have insisted that you be kept locked up as well? And why only 30 days?
I have no interest in Mr. Gomez, and his record and personal life would never have become an issue had you not dragged him into your crazy world. But since you have been using this incident to justify your ludicrous claims of wrongdoing by the FPD, the court, the mayor, the newspapers and the fictional GOBN, it is an issue.
The fact that you won't explain it can only mean that you have played fast and loose with the truth for the last few years. Which is a serious handicap for someone running for public office and seeking the public's trust.
Why did they drop the case? Why did they have us sign that we wouldn't sue a long list of people?
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See, Kevin, this is one of the reasons that no one ever believes any of your stories. He wasn't falsely imprisoned for 30 days.
You were charged with threatening to commit murder, assault and battery on a police officer, assault and battery on ambulance personnel and disorderly conduct.
Your friend was charged with assault and battery on a police officer for trying to stop police from arresting you.
Now, you would have us believe that you were released and your friend was held for 30 days was all due to his being "falsely imprisoned?" That's quite a stretch. There is a reason why he was held longer than you. Was there an unpaid fine? An outstanding warrant? A skipped court appearance? A 30 day sentence in the HOC that he never showed up for? A violation of his probation perhaps?
I really don't care what it was. But don't insult us by continuing to assert that the long hand of the (fictional) GOBN reached out to the Sheriff to keep your friend in jail. If that was true (And it could only be true in your alternate universe), why wouldn't they have insisted that you be kept locked up as well? And why only 30 days?
I have no interest in Mr. Gomez, and his record and personal life would never have become an issue had you not dragged him into your crazy world. But since you have been using this incident to justify your ludicrous claims of wrongdoing by the FPD, the court, the mayor, the newspapers and the fictional GOBN, it is an issue.
The fact that you won't explain it can only mean that you have played fast and loose with the truth for the last few years. Which is a serious handicap for someone running for public office and seeking the public's trust.
You are nothing short of deplorably disgusting as a human being!

He was falsly arrested and didn't deserve to be assaulted, jacket torn, I-phone stolen by the attacker and unjustly imprisioned.

What they did is nothing short of CRIMINAL!
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If we are serious about fixing Fitchburg then elect me. I am not scared nor intimidated by outside influences.

Businesses have been leaving Fitchburg at a steady rate since 2009. This isn't a new situation. Why now is the council so mindful of this dire situation? It is election time again!!!
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Johnny wrote:
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1) First thank you for wishing me well. In reference to the scally cap, I will not be wearing a hat. I did hit my head pretty good earlier. I am hoping that I do not end up in the hospital as it doesn't look good. I think I am bleeding internally. My neck,jaw and ears are hurting and I have a slight headache. As I told Leominster if I do not make it through the night I want to promise you that I will do my best to haunt you so everytime you see a shadow it will be me trying to exact karma from the afterworld.
I like baseball caps myself. I never use to wear any hat but I got tired of people looking at my balding head while I would be talking to them. It is a distraction.
2) I like light colored shirts but black made me look a bit thinner. Blue is more of my color as it brings out my blue eyes.
3) I wouldn't insult Mr. Antonucci as he does well enough doing that to himself on his own. He is not a decent man on the inside. He did my brother wrong a couple days before Christmas and he did that student wrong a couple days before Christmas so I am bring a little green Grinch mascot doll to place in front of me to honor him. I hope they ask about the doll so I can explain.
4) Actually, I did real well as I got all my votes from that auditorium. I was giving compliments by both Wong and Solomito supporters. I was also approached by others in Fitchburg afterwards telling me how good I did. I got my message out there. And I got some things changed for the better in Fitchburg.
5)The good ole boy thing is still very much a topic, sorry I can't promise no mention of this network.
6)When I was arrested the last time the lt. stated ,"well I guess there goes the Mayoral campaign". I said No actually it is publicity that I will utilize.
7)I have a legitimate disability. I have paid plenty into the system as has my entire family. My Mother and Father raised a family without assistance. I work with Mass Rehab and others in an attempt to get back on my feet in a different career.
When I win you can call me Mr.Lynch instead of councilman Lynch.
I love the fact that you already have a built in excuse for the pathetic performance you most certainly will deliver tonight. Your rambling nonsense continues to amuse me. Please develop a webcast so we can all enjoy your idiocy since you will have major trouble breaking three figures in this election and this will be the last shot to hear you speak publicly.
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Exposing the GOBN wrote:
If we are serious about fixing Fitchburg then elect me. I am not scared nor intimidated by outside influences.
Businesses have been leaving Fitchburg at a steady rate since 2009. This isn't a new situation. Why now is the council so mindful of this dire situation? It is election time again!!!
When you have a majority of the city on welfare and no one wants work obviously these buisnesses have to go somewhere else to find workers !

When you have owner of buildings that the businesses rent from and they keep raising their rent they have to leave.

You need to get out and talk to these building owners!

The owner's would rather write-off the loss of rent on the annual income then actually have someone occupy the building.

The owner's can write off TWICE the amount of the rent they would have gotten. Why should an owner get half that amount and still pay taxes because it is income?

Aubochon does this with their Parkhill Park vacant stores and the old Rendezvous.

The stores are worth more vacant and as a tax write-off then actually filling them for half the write-off amount.

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